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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily Kentuckian. — 21 May 1898

a jLr l IP1 J VOLJ NO 20 FURTHER DETAILS OF COD MIDDLE Resolutions at a Meeting of Citizens Yesterday Patriotic Principles Sacrificed to Petty Polit ical Preferences Feland Was Fired Says Adjutant General Collier Governor Bradley Too Has Something to Say In the city court room yesterday afternoon a large number of citi zens gathered and organized into a mass meeting for the purpose of expressing some sentiments re garding the trouble in company D There was great indignation in the city when it was learned that Gov Bradley had appointed his understrapper Noel Gaines to com mand the company over the pro tests of the men who had chosen Capt Gordon Nelson to the position after Capt Feland had been order ed home or had resigned as the case may be i The friends of the boys who have offered their services to their coun try felt that some expression from home in the form of resolutions of sympathy and commendation were due That they should have re sented the unwarranted interfer ence 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. — 21 May 1898

k S y TO I iS i4 Hi 1 1 fa v i 4viOI iT J iU rs H iXM f 3HH Hf 4 WSP Pubihed atrery morning except Monday by ortAS k smaokasc aia s mi -A iPerIMotq Ifij cant be done any other way send for Dewey f i j Now that Cervera has had ijhe nerve to run the so called blockade lefrt bottle him up i Bvv whose orders was it tnat Sampson and Schley both turned up a Key West just Vhcn they weoc needed at Santiago Sampson Schley and Shatter ought to be able to give the Span- lsh a treatment with S S S strong i CenSugh to tone up their constitu tions r Polo is to leave Canada to day and sail for Madrid He leaves behind him an organization of spies to obtain information and forward it by way of London - The report of the bombarding- of SUKcsfcftitications of Santiago is con- firmed It is believed the damage V was slight It is now claimed that 300 Spaniards were killed in the fight at Cienfuegos in which two Americans lost their lives while cutting the cables Yesterday was a rather dull day for news 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. — 21 May 1898

I fr U H Showed His Wife How Ei Mother 0sd to Do It Madatn you dout know how to moke cakel exclaimed Mr Smith throwing a lump of half cooked dough across the room at the cat You never know how Jo mako cake Id rathiir eat wet sawdust You ought to have seeu the cake my mother made that was cakel Your mother again always your mothcrl retorted Mrs Smith Pity she didnt teach you something What do you mean madam Ill warrant Ill mako hotter coke myself than you any day - f Why dont you try Youll find everything in the kitcheni Well I can Well why demt you You are all talk Smith found himself cornered and felt very uncomfortable as he had either to surrender unconditionally or to make good his boast Ho had never made a cake in his life had no idea how cakes were compounded but thought he knew what was in them Til make the cake he said Well come into the latchen and make it proposed his wife What now Yes now Ill get the things for you Smith took off his coat his collai and necktie and rolled...

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. — 21 May 1898

U fci J I K lis k M mm I m s m mmr J If f V S Ji KV Bob i A1 e TBoth twere held f on June 6 ii M i I m mm IV CAUGHT IN M3 ACT Wall and Walter Alexander Jailed For Stealing Bob Walt and Walter Alexander are in jair on a charge of larceny v Wall walrun fn yesterday morn- ing juqt before daylight having jbecrt catifgfit In the act of stealing Tjcorn from 15 IT Andersons crib on TSouth Virginia street and his IWtiient Implicated Alexander who lt 1J nnr4nt n n warrant 7iyi ciiwi luitintu - on a over under 5500 fibonds bV Judge Lcavell MrAndcrson has been missing yfehis cornfor some time and engaged rdfiicer Lander and Mr Win Ross- mgtoif to watch Wall showed up vith aock and after opening the tcame to where the guards were and began to nu ins sacis iwith corn Officer Lander got be- itweenVWall and the door and inglon struck a match Wall gave a frightened yell and broke lor the door and had to be secured by Tihain strength Vfclseasion another lie had in his pos sack containing 20 headless...

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. — 22 May 1898

r t LJfeik U iaf c a VOL L NO 21 CAPT FELAND BACK Came In Last Night Willi Men Lieut Payne Remains at Lexing ton With so Only Six Of Ori ginal Company There gTjc When the accommodation train pulled in at the L N station last night it had as passengers thirty -three members of company D and Capfc John Felatid all fresh from the trials and troubes and turjbulcnt scenes that have kept Camp Collier in a ferment during the past week Many of the boys fathers brothers and friends were down town to meet them and the welcome hat they received was -as warm and hearty as if they had been returning1 from hard fought fields crowned with the laurels of victory Without disparagement or reflection upon those who chose to remain and follow the disgraced Gaines who is thrust upon them by the Governor these boys who had the manhood and self respect to repudiate such a man and re- 1 sent the effort to put him at their head are no less heroic and no less entitled to the admiration of their people at hom...

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. — 22 May 1898

a WA t 1 it hi MK T W V Mkk X v jin r sir Nearly one hundred new names have been added to the list in the city within the last five days and if any mistakes have occurred in getting these names straight on the car riers routes please notify us and vc Will see that no further trouble occurs Some of the routes are getting too large for one boy to handle and until they can be dfc vided we will do the best we can to please our patrons under difficul ties that a little time will remove The Madrid authorities announce that the Cuban insurgents have de cided to make common cause igamst the Americans and the failure to find any army worth SpLnkn of by American scouts Lrlvca tepme colQf to the Madrid claim ftbe Hail ftentucftfan tutl hed urcry morning except Monday by OKAS J XXAOKAM 113 0 KlB j Per Month WHERE DOESTHEBLAME LIE The collapse of Co D is a severe blow to the pride and hopes of the people of Hopkinsville Until the responsibility for the disruption is s cjearly fixed public opinio...

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. — 22 May 1898

V K k S iw f TC1 5 A HERO tleai 0 THE KAVf Ymifrt the l fiirvlVK f ff tti WrsW liwoft Uqu Lncinn Young of the United Stato navy ie the sole survivor of Ihe warsilip Huron which was Wrecked at Noggs heud oit the const 0f South Carolina November J34 387 The big mnh oMvar wao wept onto the breitkprsJ during gale arid when she went to nieces over 100 nven went down to detttn which made it the most disas trous accident in the history of tho American navy In the height of the storm Lieut Young an oilicer named Conway and the quartermaster risked their Uvea in a catamaran to carry a line to shore Tho cigar shaped boat was simply o toy in the boiliugsnrfbutuftcr swim ming and pushing it tho tired men finally reached land Notwithstand ing their exhausted condition they broke into a life saving Btation manned a boat und succeeded in sav ing a few men When tho Huron wont down Lieut Young walked until he found a telegraph station and sent the details to Washington Naturally tho news created a t...

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. — 22 May 1898

Mi i I irfP U i t f 1 J it I Pi I K iff MM fWff jj i arei TV A 1 VJWli MEDICAL MEN TO MEET Seventh 5cmi Aniiual Meeting of the Southern Kentucky Medi cal Association Tlfe Beventh semi annual meeting of tile Sotithqrn Kentucky Medical Association Will be held in this city on Tuesday and Wednesday May 24 and 25 The sessions will be hclcfm the circuit court rooms The sessions will begin promptly at 10 oclock each day tf f Tlfc meeting will be called to or- vder by President A E Gardner of Aiorgantown iev w i i uii bf Jlopkinsvjlle will open the W jjfith prayer Addresses ol vvelcome will be delivered by Mayor JiFranjW Dabney of Hopkinsvillc andtty Dr G G Mohdy on behalf iof the Christian County Medical Society Dr S B Ilarrell of sellville will respond to the ad- Idreses of welcome - Thereports of various officers and committees will then be read and miscellaneous routine business will be transacted s Papers of interest to the medical jprofession will be read at the after noon session At...

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. — 24 May 1898

Ls n comauiv ready Norttoouae had A at VOL 1 HO 22 MILITARY MATTERS Original Company D Anxious to Enlist But Will Not Serve Under Gaines Gov Bradley Says Its Too Late The best citizens of Hopkinsville regardless of party are taking- a hand in the much mixed military muddle They arc backing the La tham Light Guards and upholding their action in returning home under rattier severe disrepu table appointee of Gov Brad ley They are determined to know the reason why the Governor hasdenied them the right to choose their own officers and attempted to thrust his Henchmen at their head over the officers of their own choice They are determined to know why these able bodied well drilled pa triotic young men can not have an equal chance with the Companies from sister cities toiight the battles of their country The boys who returned are anx ious to go to the front as an organ ization Nearly every member of the old Company is here and while indignant over the treatment they received at the hands o...

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. — 24 May 1898

Jr W 1 J 1u i 1 l i 410 m asmmt pi h mi - U Aft m low up - I Ms still in Manila Bay it u rimfli niiil j wtrr rii I AJ Putlkhwl every utorilntf fexcit Monday by Wr J - a OKAS Hi KAAVMHi - -- XWMoNtU SUSCRirTIOX XATXS 35 ISOHMANDER nKINLEY AS- SLEEP flui war has lasted just one jnonth to day and what has been accomplished j Qujba is still in possession of Spain vSojs Porto Rico And both ate harder to take now than they were J jvlien President McKinlcy orderfcd j V lliuiSpamards to leave t Vfy lttftfblockade has resulted in the capture of some merchant shis at Matanzas Cienfuegos and Cardenas the death of one W can Officer and several of our men iandjithe starvation of an unknown 1 number of recpneentrados to rc felliev Whose bufferings was our first iloclared nurnose The ulocicaue l has been death to them and has lt done the Spaniards no appreciable harm Admiral Deweys brilliautvictory at Manila which excited the world and -evoked 1 A its admiration has served chicilv to demonstrate h...

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. — 24 May 1898

r L HMB5BB5 ffaW WHITE FOX HOUNDS v jose Hinting Porera d hteilijswc Are Mtkable TInre is u general impression that the Virginia fox hounds were all orig inally black and tans Mr Austin Dljickwcll of Oak Springnear War 1 ronton wlio is n member of the Na tional 11 tint association imparts some Interesting lore on the subject Col fllfus ftlimindff of Karqujer who fig ured in tlie revolutionary war while Absent from homo left his son lilias in charge of his laud and hounds Young Edmtinds made efforts to se cure a black-and-fan hound at various points in Virginia but without suc cess Senator Graysons son boasted that he cotijd find him one saying Send to Billy Davis of Prince Wil liam county a noted character of ante bellum epoch lie hasonc you can get v A servant was dispatched to Davis place and found one old white hound which he took back to his young mas ter When on another visit to his friend Grayson asked What white hound is that you have Edmonds replied That is Billy Davis black...

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. — 24 May 1898

1 rca I t i J W t A - i V i - U v A s A 1 tV r I 1 mi M fy Zt fsilSJi ttilH i it Mf wi i i iiiiTTi Ty - 7 GUDTOSEEYOUDOC The Disciples of Esculapius Arc In Our Midst NVhai Will Become of Their Pa i jtieiib While the Doctors nre Awny jt IEhe Southern Kentucky Medical dissociation jvill beg in a two days seion in this city to day lit will be a notable and very in teresting gathering of doctors and the attendance will be large and re presentative Someofthedoctorsbe gaii coming in last night and the others will arrive on the morning trains Among those who arrived last night were Dr B V Smock of Louisville Dr Frank Henry of Louisville Dr Frank Simmons ofLouisville and Dr G W llollins ofAdairville The sessions will be held in the circuit court room Below will be found the program for to day Program for To Day I Call to order by President A E Gardner MDMorgantown Prayer by W K Piner kinsville IIK Addresses of Welcome For v City The Mayor For Christ ian County Medical Society G jvlG Moseley...

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. — 25 May 1898

7 i h I f Y fj VOL L NO 23 DOCTORS wmi us South Ky Medical Association Convened Tuesday Learned Papers By Scientific Hen Reception at Latham Hotel When the South Kentucky Judi cal Association met in this city last year the members were so pleased with their welcome and with the hospitality of Hopkiusville people and the courtesy of Hopkinsville physicians that they decided to hold their meeting- here this year The local Medical Society had made extensive preparations for the reception and entertainment of their visiting- brethren Neither pains lior expense have been spar ed in the efforts to make the distin guished visitors second trip toHop kinsville no less memorable than the first The efforts of the doctors in this direction have been second ed by the citizens who have given the learned gentlemen a warm wel come to the city The first session was held yester day morning- in the court house and was devoted exclusively to the business of the Association The session was opened with p...

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. — 25 May 1898

f A fri V T m y iJ P H r i f fc J bAt m PBtMoNTH i2 f 4 9 V7 iVfauy of the cities are having DSjvey Days It seems that Dewcy nights would be more in ac cordance with the fitness of things Volunteers were examined for three regiments of troops at Nash ville and 1000 failed to pass All ofthe companies are not yet full v V v If the world could only eat cot- ton exclaims a Texas writer Cant it be ground up somehow so lis to be a useful adulterant for ilour it is ueneveu very strongly m t I7SnTn tlinf n uii rof nllinnrt ovists HJ1 - t4i Vl 14 i iwwi iki swv - - - between Spain and France Some- body is undoubtedly furnishing Spain with money to conduct the wai a- v The State encampment oi il 1 O A TO t ot ojin 41le lUkl J IV XV IS 111 wt weck at Bowling Green Col Hen ry S Cohn and Mr J W Ham mond of Louisville are candidates for department commander Maj Gen Merrit who is to leave for the Philippines in a few days has an affair of the heart to leave behind He is engaged to Miss Laura Willi...

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. — 25 May 1898

wjjj - i r inia I RBMEMBER THE MAINB BY VERA On Havanas wide bay did our battle ship float While its three hundred seamen thought danger remote With no evil intention they scorned to deceive And ldw trcachry in Spain they were loth to believed But when darkness had deepened in lianbcr they lay Snfclyriding at anchor tHey thoughty on that bay Never dreaming of evils there hid in the deep WhcrcUhc low swelling billows seemed almost asleep All the storm winds were hushd into peaceful repose And a1 tropical breeze oer the waters arose In itsmission of peace there that vessel did ride While it rocked to arid fro on the swell of the tide But a bitterness burned with a merciless hate So vengeful in some that they plotted the fate- Of that ship that seemed only menacing to Spain r 11 11 iiJL i i i i it V lUuKsjv W h Nelms were ap pointed to reply to it Miss Castlemnn As a Nurse One of the most beautiful nurses who will go to the front is Alice Castleman of Iouisvillo Kv Un- der the banner 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. — 25 May 1898

- - I a i V F l ft I I v i Ii m i tf Ti V t viP L tBeP H A r1 t 7 II U iiij flfVi Si Rff in I iT it w i i 1 r liHt jSaOit i h A I Vit llelioldl - AW Rhilarid of Empire was in tiio dtjtfrterclay JG Wiltis of Pembroke spent yesterday m the city 1v GrW Lyon of Lafayette BpntBterday hr the city airTKotit Fletcher of Louisville irffiHd at the Phoenix Mrsrurney of Cerulean Springs visited in the city yesterday L ytSEt Rawlins of Pembroke was f V amofig the citys visitors yesterday tfHnTL Braine of Cerulean yesterday in - SbgjWlfepent W Wi Turnley of Clarkaville fc tlit business vWir i city on rMF i Irs Harper and Mrs Sam JfSSi Emma Turnley Of Trigg JwTcSBnvas shopping in the city tjBM 1 m i v r -ft i Mr M C Lunderman and sister fHIjMnr limfn VICllllKl flllUlS 111 U tf tins City yesterday itirs Jas Yancey of this city is rl Jing llcr dauShter Mrs Ultcr Wjp in Paducah this week feJno T Allen of Harrison- viUel Mo is visiting her sister Mrt Eliza M Morrow near the 78 - CltV V Miss Jessie llo...

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. — 26 May 1898

A Ji mm VOL 1 NO 24 E yesterday in alwJut li tffc against him Pfflite Oowa flawTcUnies if unboats a bunk urith a Union Briber and T lMlkfeifbMIICMr nf 4W TU Sran fr mvf ol5HMyfeh sarnmaa w ron u prospect waj HfewtB irtu reforraJ tr f it Daily A SECOND FLEET HEADED THIS WAY Three Spanish Battleships are Sighted off Martinique The Torpedo Boat Terror Joins Them and All are Coming Northward From Sari Francisco -2400 Troops Set Sail for the Philippines On Three Transports St Pierre Martinique May 25 Special- -The Spanish torpedo boat destroyer Terror sailed from Fort de France this af terhoon headed in a northwesterly direc tion It is reported that she goerf to join the Spanish fleet Three were seen at day break off the North East coast of the island It is asserted that they were Spanjsh ships Sagasta Still Defiant Madrid May 25 Special In discussing the prospect of peace in the Cabinet meeting to day Premier Sagasta said The question of peace can be better settled in America than here ...

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. — 26 May 1898

7 t f V life J uMtV aft JP j OjJBs JSmS m u i fft IHPi n mmi hajx mm bfi S 4 V JEM f m Ammm rW f i ih TV Mi fMlfflH M Iubhetl every mornta tsaept Monday bjr okas x atxAoxAX aia Mala i PkrMoktb SefiatorUorakcrs father is dead at the ripe old age of 83 years ft 0Cf the six immune regiments to be mustered in will be raised in sL Kentucky and Tennessee 1 7 Coll Oppenhcimer of Texas has Trdpdfdr duty at Mobile and is iiacauylowade in Spanish gore fe y The Democratic Congressional Convention in the Seventh district Has been called to meet at Frank- fort June 15 Evan E Settle is the u ft- onhcahdidate r ir n i Hi SenaforBurrows is evidently rat ified ocr something He advises the 5 President to send 1000000 men to V Ma uila Editor Green E Kellar of the Carlisle Mercury has changed his paperto a semi weekly to get the waroiews to his readers in a little fresher form r Chairman P PJohnson has called f ed a- meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee at Louis- villCjjMay 31 to consider ...

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. — 26 May 1898

TUB pAfBR fis at Work U Bul1Jt M MAKERS - -I 0 4 Ut Ktly Otmmet Meat Ono morning in early summer -un ofnnrlini beside ail old rail fence hatching some cows that woro crop ning firas8 M aUcntyn was attract b L the pcduliar movements of a wap that scltlfiddnMhe rail besido me rXho rail whs covered with a light my to of woody fiber beaten vp from the ddcaylrigwqod by tho ex cessive soarings it had received fron fllie long spring raina and whenthe wasp had gathered as much of this as he could carry ho slowly flew away In a short time there woro a dozen or more of these industrious pulp gath erers at work on tho old rail and as fast as each of them obtained a had away he flow in the direction id a clump of bushes that grew beside a gmall stream My curiosity was aroused and I determined to find but if possible what they were doing with sueji a quantity of liber and approaching tho thicket cautiously Lsoon discovered them at work on a good sized nest which hung from the limb of a white bee...

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. — 26 May 1898

it m n i I XVI WM llMM IS A fe ff 5 J K kJ h WAt 1 V V ft 1 n s In tML S f Vweek Williams were Ui TH OTHER SIDI5 A Member of Company D Ans swersYlr Zlmmcrs Cord I was dtartled in my perusal of the Daily Kentuckian of yester daVa issue to find A Card con taTnintias was claimed the true M f - vs Tr Ktatc ot airairs BS7M of Company D Words could not express my feelings down the column arid i druiking in the sense of each and every paragraph I found the citi zen of Hopkins villc and the return ing members of Company D so vic iously attacked and I believe with bur cause and provocation JN8t a single member of Company Dihas ever been censured by any true American citizen for wanting otiai toulo his duty and answering his countrys call for it is but for the ifcfbve of Liberty which is born into bur hearts and minds and guarded through infancy by our mothers which on reaching our manhood demands of us answer TSSBf your countrys call Should we faillto do this then and in that 3K event we wou...

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