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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 December 1898

- - - "ir-TiiYiitMiiii . ... i ,. "r.Zwm, ' T::iimLiiijHiimm' V h miiiimii Ettv E 'I l W jiWSM ttww)iiiii)iiiijp', ,153 SMS ."7 IF J . ll m l iffy yr m w kr. ?' Ill h 1 1 1 1 I if CbeaW Bee PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. X BEE PUBLISH1NB COMPANY. mcorporaiea.j Entered the Pcstoffice at Bartlugton at Second Ills matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: i. One Year, strictly In advance ft oo Six Months.- " " 5 ThreeMonths, " ' 5 ClnHtPnnlk . 3 Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted In all parts of the ountY. Address ns for particulars. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1898. One of his friends protests that Col. Bryan is in the race to stay Qfi wasn't in the war that way. Globe-Democrat. The catch of Spanish mackerel at Miami, Fla., has been greater this season than ever before. A good year to catch anything of that nationality. Irish mackerel are now the popular sort with Americans. The American product is short and the friendship of this people for the Irish seems to extend e...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 December 1898

fttm;. ,..rm V4 & jU.SB: X El 'm, i ,Bee Jusiru roc Cljrtue." rAL NEWS. Miss Mary and .Joe Mothersliead snt last Sunday in Hanson with reiraunt. Miss Emma Mills, of Manitoin la'itcd friends in Earlington sev- raj days last week. 'Mr. VV. II. Lynn, of Madison- ille, is suffering from a severe par etic stroke and much fear is en- Frtained. as to his recovery or im provement. A letter from Rev. C. C. Hall to is friends, through The Bee, will found in another column. ' He la many friends'here who will he Had to read tins good Christmas itter from his pen. Quite a distressing accident oc curred at Ncho, Hopkins county, vhen young Hazel Tilford, son of )r. F., P. Tilford, got his right loot badly mashed between the jumpers of two coal cars. Elder J. W. Gant, general evan-. relist representing the South Kcn- lcky Christian Missionary Associa tion, spent a day in Earlington last ireck in conference witlf Elder I. H. reel and others concerning home lissionary work. . , While in Madisonvi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 December 1898

-& s. - "'v" WWk sflHLLflmvLLLfl p.J. te K r J ' .V I r- L &!. " If && !$ ftftaftftftftftftftft4ftftftftAff c New Goods Cheap Temptations will be very great this fall to in duce you to purchase elsewhere hclore looking at the splendid bargains we intend to offer you, but we have never failed in the past to he able to meet any emergency, and feel very confidant that as heretofore you will find we are still at the bottom in prices. Will it be asking- too much to suggest that you look over our 'stock after you have priced goods elsewhere and com garo quality and price? We can assure you that you will not regret it. Very truly, ANDERSON & WALLER, 4? MADISOIUVILLE. KENTUCKY. 49 f ) v wvwfw tv yyif t tf v v MpJUMrtflLH Tho Klntl You Have Always in uso for over HO years, - and lias uecn mnuo iinucr jus iicr-l&ffl-f-- soiwl supervision slnco its infancy. 'Z CCCCAZli, Allow no mm to tlccclvo YOU ill this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes arc hut Ex perimen...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 December 1898

V ijfe.rtti.,tf,raa ,n , .,,,. rttltrll1 rrNirfr-iir tVii GO TO r I Gunfiier's Celebrated Bon-Cons, A. D. SISK'S BOOK STORE If you want to sec the largest and finest selection of JrlOIUDA-Y GOOD 'Chocolates and Crystalized Fruits at A. D. SISK'S Book Store. This is the Finest Candv Ever brought to Madisonvill ever shown in Madisonville. h '&CTrJ3 pa guinymnpni'iyu gjm ''Z""T""1 yW1- i" ' BMVX0 IINTH YEAR. E ARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1898. SUPPLEMENT. NO.C50 : J J. J. J. ,i . VJ r ?v w 1 A liS& ele ri STORE NEWS!! Some of the Good Things in the Big ... St. Bernard Store in all Departments. Full Stock ... Shoes for Everybody. As we always have, so have we now the best things on earth in Shoes for everybody of any age. Nothing but the most substantial and genuine stock All at the most reasonable prices. .... Specialties For Ladies: The choice styles made by Drew, Shelby & Co. For Men: The best things from the big factory of J. S. Nelson Fal...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 December 1898

li fljn.' - ,rrm .. H V 3 m ihvt ta M. f k fcr s si4J ..1 ; 'f 1 iv fj ' . i? p? 7 ; "'-I ft ri p.? TJ r $ f si ft J1! v A -i- THE DAWNING OF THE YEAR. Wlin tho Biiowrinkes of December rob J tho earth in spotless white. 'VAnd tho staro In dawllnff beauty decorato tho wintry night, Wo w'fttch tho old year vanish like o . ghost Into tho pasti 1 To tho music of tho slelghbella and the dirges ot the blast. Wo bless It for its kindness and we sl?n above Its dead, Across the heart graves it has left most solemnly we tread; ' Dut we turn with hope and gladness as we brush nway a tear TTo treasures which still hidden Ho with- in tho glad New Tear. When it dawns in all Its glory wo shall put tho paBt nway, And. trusting In Its coming, greet Its bright, Initial day. Tho sun wilt burst In grandeur on tho era that It brings, And loves unknown today will touch tho heart's melodious strings. Oh, when It breaks upon tho world may every mist depart, And may Its bells ring Joyously In every human he...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 December 1898

'IHHBHHill' . ' n-' u GO TO C D - Guntiier's Cerebrated Bon-BonsJ 'A. D, SISK'S BOQK STORF. Chocolates and !'- It ou want to see the Jargcst and finest selection of Crystalized Fruits at A. D. SISK'S Book Store. ThU ?a h T?;.,...,. - j.. HOLIDAY GOODS Ever brought to Madisonville. j - - - . a njwai vuuuy ever snown in Madisonville. T'm J '' J "I I I" J. I ,i infill IIIH 1 Jlll.jr,-p,CTB "yyigHP .fninpii y gjmpi iy imymnyii t giua. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1898. I NINTH YEAR. ISO. 81 RcfedcfedbcfetfecfeS STORE NEWS!! Some of the Good Things in the Big ... St. Bernard Store in all Departments. Full Stock ... hoes for Everybody. As we always have, so have we now the best things on earth in Shoes for everybody of any age. Nothing but the most substantial and genuine stock All at the most reasonable prices Specialties For Ladies: The choice styles made by Drew, Shelby & Co. For Men: The best things from the big factory of J. S. Nelson I Fall & ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 December 1898

- ' T--f - W4,i iimniim i fm & 'A.' F& r rv - , 1 'i "v &$p 'i: 4 'Vr 1 JS. Tis ki s ,H rl -i ,i K' i 'f 1 mi ' P mm 5ra Pr PAUL M. MOORE, Editor nd Minatr. T OllE'PUBLISHmB COMPANY. Incorporated.) I BamedthePcatoffica tt Earllrifton aa secono tat matter. W SUBSCRIPTION KATES: 1 Oaa Year, ttlctly in advance 1 Sl Moathi, " " SlaglaCoples ,,'.. 3 Specimen copiea mailed free on application. Correspondents wanted In all parti ol the .li 00 . 50 5 ountv. Addreaatiarorparitcuiara. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29. 1898. -1 ! life. - We are are afraid Bro. Glenn's ideas of the proprieties of a "Sun day school picnic" have so radi cally changed that when he gets to "Heaven" he won't know where he he is at. But we greet him in his effort to recognize and magnify the good in life. Recent reports from abroad tell of a growing liking for American corn by European consumers. The bulk of the corn which goes to for eign countries is fed to cattle, but corn meal is gradually coming to be appreciat...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 December 1898

n--- 1 r It V 4 eJBHPiec '3nbusltu toe fUjrice." OCAL NEWS. hue Jorgcnson, of Padu- lingTclatives here. lie Leuton, ot Nash- fting Miss Aggie Wyatt A. Keown is visiting datives in Ohio county this week. "' Master Lloyd Tccl made this (office a pleasant visit last Monday. Mr. Bryan Hopper spent Christ mas day at home in Hopkinsville. Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Toombs spent Christmas in Slaughters ville. Misses Mary Mahoney and Sallie McGrath arc vjsiting relatives in Nashville. OiBrion is home from le, spending the week with rents. and Kate Hoffman, of e, are visiting their grand- Mrs. Colbert. jrdio Coylc, of Mortons Biting the family of her r. W. R. Coyle. M. Wheat left Monday to relatives and friends nd Allen counties. , Anderson and daught- tC of Hopkinsville, arc Ulster, Mrs. E. A. Chat- low that "Chatter- to Earlington. She Kid The Bee office a -t tabelh Stevens and an are visiting rcla- about Hanson, this Payne, Dalsic inie Eudalcy, of turday morning in pPlain and Dollie I, of Madison...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 December 1898

mtmmj - - , . ..., , jf r iBiibI - iiiteMM-i 'aauastaaaBrsMaaMT ,JSmmrw 'f. y r i -PP- i -1 l M 4 I?- r'x- .JJ swm l Mr IIHV .,3S.,7T2 5W 7- m . Hatered the PcitojKSIS ( Ht matter. aWsyarli' HP S53o55B'j--)- j5-o-o-o-S3S m Goods Cheap i SUBSCUSl ti Six Months, Oa"Ver,ttlctlyl: TeirtDtations will be very creat this fall to in- i- Jdtice you to purchase elsewhere before looking ' itthe splendid bargains we intend to offer you, , l)Ul we nave never lattcu in um jmsi iu uc auic to meet any emergency, and feel very confident tlitit as heretofore you will find we are still at the bottom in prices. Will it be asking too much to suggest that you look over our" stock after you have priced goods elsewhere and com pare quaJity and price? Wc can assure 'you that you will not regret it. Very truly, A AAA. A AM oAMoao4ai$iK' b b i b Ih i J b IP b b i t bt b b i b ih b i b b ThreeMonttis, i IrS'f ANDERSON & WALLER, K . "w 4? MADISOIUVILLE. KENTUCKY. THURSDAY o U, :W 4? i 1 V O'ef'cycyO' cr0"0 ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 January 1899

rjTT.3 "J- ctavdiaaW-ja rr1 ef"""- "-" "t"iAi h. ifami. mi,, J,, .flu iiiimimtm 3LAWKB0QKSI j A Tew -Fine Holiday Gootfs lift 4 Will be sold at a bargain. I A.O.Sisk'sBook andJewefry Store OP A.LI. KINDS AT A, D. SISK'S BOOK STORE. MADI8QNVILLE. KY. dft von a new set and begin anew 4 with the year 1899. 4 MADISONVIULE, KY. b "F" ? T 1 f V V "i ipi'Mpmnjnnijiw,, Jf EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1899 TENTH YEAR. -! NO. , ( 1 - " fMMWWmMfr itr v u Vi rjSZi j. a4HflBaaaaf.BajBtaw f ( tJWFf 1 ft a m Km IT 1 i i r . ft 1 A ii fa Mr ;t; 4 V b i . j : 1 I w PV.' f VTT.. I ' " 1 ' 9 I jh ,':" J-? I' I J ml WW A r ' J;. . fllE FIRST PR1YKR ; IN CONGRESS. iiTThatcher'5 Military Journal, Under Date of December XX, 1777 is Found a Note, I ontainlng ;the Identical "First Prayer In Congress," Hade by the Rev. J. Duche. j. f - T fs Hamr Fox, of this place, is the SrrjutH possessor of a Iiandsonir. upy urjuu --riisji irrayci in vuu- ress,' winch was presented tohitn vnie...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 January 1899

ifwK: WTTrtf 1 k fe ..".'.AMi.. I PAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. i BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY Incorporated. Entered the Pcitofflce at Barllniton aa Stcond Im matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: OnaYearyatrlctlylnadTanee Sli Moolha, " " ThreeMontba, " " Specimen eoplea milled free on application. Correapondenta wanted In U prt of the ountr. Addrettoiforpartleulara. f I oo 50 1 3 THURSDAY, JANUARY 5, 1899. Madlsonvillc Wants Schools. An election has been called to determine whether or not a Graded Common School shall be estab lished and maintained in Madison- ville for white children. Such a school will cost something. The tax proposed is "fifty cents on each one hundred dollars worth of property assessed in the district belonging to any white person, company or corporation, and one dollar and fifty cents poll tax on each white male inhabitant over twenty-one years of age, residing in said district. And "there's the rub." We don't like to spend our penny. We would rather have .both the penny ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 January 1899

'' t7 If I i . I ,&?t'? i H ( 8 5 "23U 3nbusttu tot Htftivt" LOCALJEWS. Clyde Woodson, of Providence, was here one day last week. Joe Toy, of Robards, visited his brothers here a few days this week. Miss Claude Grainger, of Spring T field, Term., is visiting Mrs. Wm. ' McCarley. Miss Lizzie Sullivan spent Sat urday and Sunday with friends in Evansville. ' Miss Bessie Small, of Guthrie, '- is visiting her sister, Mrs. R. Dav enport, of this city. ' Oscar Bonham returned here Saturday after an extended visit to 'his parents in eastern Tennessee. Miss Myrtic Wootcn, of Madi sonvillc, was the guest of Mrs. Chas. Patterson the first of the ; week. Contractor Ed Stodghill has sc- w.cured the building of three neat ' collages near the lake for Geo. C. Atlurispn. He will begin work at once and push the contract to an early completion. Wc arc glad to announce that . 'McGary, the Marshal of Slaugh ters who was so severely wounded by Jody Gooch, is rapidly recover ing from his,injuries. La...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 January 1899

lJ"T'j.M- II Hi-Mil 1 BK.3Ww pSaw p-iR! r c a? . J r& A It. S "" , ft4ftftftftftftftftftftftftAftftAaftftftft. New Goods Cheap. 4? 4? 4? 4? 41 J ft K 4? 41 4? 4? 4? 49 49 49 49 49 49 Temptations will be very great this fall to in duce you to purchase elsewhere belore looking at the splendid bargains we intend to offer you, but we have never failed in the past to be able to meet any emergency, and feel very confident that as heretofore you will find we are still at the bottom in prices. Will it be asking too much to" suggest that you look over our stock after you have priced goods elsewhere and com pare quality and price? We can assure you that you will not regret it. Very truly, S ANDERSON 49 49 49 MADISOIUVILLE, KENTUCKY. jiVcc rcv O"00" pwe" (vww cy-or" ITtTtWI I TTTWmI AUUUA&HAI n nhi mill ,nui P&- ArcficlablcPxcparatioarorAs slmilatlng lMToodflndUcgula ling thcStomflchsandDov.-cls of Promotest5i&lion,ChccrfuI TicssandBbstConlains ncllhcr Opiutn'.Morpliiuo florUmc...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 January 1899

tr AiM-aw fo iiM, w ' BLANK BOOKS I A Few Fine Holiday Goods Left OP ALL KINDS AT A. D. SISK'S BOOK STORE.' MADIBONVILLE. KY. Will be sold at a bargain. A.D.Sisk'sBook and Jewelry Store Get you a new set and begin anew J with the vear ioqq. MADISONVILLE. KY. !iBWJIIS',Jll (IWJWi 55.111 pu,ii(,Jiii'j, i JJJjmpj? "XHIIJ,ll'Hy.LpiHlll J,lilJ,,uu, j, 11 jyiu J,jlll,y yuj. E ARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1899. TENTH YEAR. NO. 2 frnifciniViiiittlliii'Aiiinti 3 iiTiBlllML (.' 'l ir ' 4 if.-. hi t I 4 v- IV f ,!, 3. 8- ?- I Irs' HIW A BLOW AT GOEBEL Chairman Dunlap's Decision Sus tained by the Democratic State Central Com mittee. Democratic Gubernatorial Cam- palgn Opening Up In Hot Shape. Lexington, Ky., January 10. The Democratic State Central Committee to-day, by a Vote of seven to six, sustained Central Committeeman John C. Dunlap's action in removing Mr. Clem W. Huggins and Wallace A. McKay, who were chairmen respectively of the Forty-eighth and Forty-ninth...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 January 1899

1 v . . 3 PAUL M. MOORE, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated Entered the Pcatoffice t Earllnfton at Second last matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: One Year.itrlclly 1 advance... Six Monihi, " " fi oo SO ThreeMonlna, " 5 Single Copies :., 5 on..lM.n kar .1 matliid frit on aDDlieatlon. Correspondents wanted In all parti ot tbe ountr. Aaaressuiiorpwucuian. THURSDAY, JANUARY ii, 1899 Judge Tarvin, of Covington, has wined and dined Candidate Warrior Jennings Bryan. Collector Sxrr, of Louisville, says he is ready to meet investiga tion of the administration of his office. Ex-Gov. John Young Brown is still considered a probable candi date for the Democratic nomination for Governor. A friend of his says he will be announced in a few day 1. Capt. Guy B. Scott, a Louis ville man who has the credit of having fired the shot from the for ward gun of the Texas which killed eighty-six men on the Viscaya, is out of the service and will again make his home at Louisville. The Navy Depar...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 January 1899

f" ' ,i A - l tu : W- r. t K. ' , it '. o &, kM "33y3nbustrjj wt tUjtipe." LOCAL NEWS. An Honest Avowal. "And $o you love rao mo alone?" Sbo ventured io propound, "Ye, more that way," said he. "my own, Than when your Ma's around." L. A. W. Bulletin. Miss Mary Rash, of Cadiz, vis ited relatives here last Sunday. Miss Addie Young, ol Robards, has been visiting hero the past week. Mr. C.T. Martin, of Springfield, visited friends and relatives Jere last week. Miss Eugenia Williams, of Adams Station, is tho guest of Mr. Duke Williams and family Misses Grace Osburn and Emma Stephens, of Madisonville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Charles Gill. . Master Newman Whitford has returned to St. Charles, after spend ing several weeks with his grand parents here. Our immune regiments will re main volunteers. The bill to trans fer them into the regular army for foreign service received only one vote in Congress. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Henry and daughter, Miss Lora, and W. L. Hall and family, of Madisonvil...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 January 1899

j-wppr, n-nr v K"K. -5jftftftAAftAftftftft. fcftftAftftftfti THE SUNDAY SCHOOL. BO YEAItS' EXPERIENCE New Goods Cheap LESSON III, FIRST QUARTER, INTER NATIONAL SERIES, JAN. 16. ST. BERNARD COAL COMPANY. i i ' Trade Marks iL'viJIwM Dcaians ConvniQMTa &C J J 49 4? 4? 4? 4? ,' . 43 4? 4? J 4? 43 43 4? 4? 43 43 43 43 43 43 n v X- f iti IY rVW T'J- urCls e t i r 1 4 Temptations will be very great this fall to in duce you to purchase elsewhere belorc looking at the splendid bargains we intend to offer you, but we have never failed in the past to be able to meet any emergency, and feel very co'nfidsnt that as heretofore you will find we are still at the bottom in prices. Will it be asking too much to suggest that you look over our stock after you have priced goods elsewhere and com pare quality and price? We can assure you that you will not regret it. Very truly, 3 ANDERSON & WALLER, MADISONVILLE, KENTUCKY. ??V'v'f???r?ryrvv?i IP bP bP bP bP bP IP bP bP bP i i bP bP bP bP bP bP IP ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 January 1899

"PPrsWPlPiP'jpj!!Pff?fllPP!5PTlPl! .-v .- s - E ARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1899. TENTH YEAR. ISO. 8 ek v r- N 2K? BfeJ OFF FOR SAYANKAH. Boys bl. the Third Say dood-bye to Columbus. Columbus, Ga., Jan. 17. The Third Kentucky lelt the city this afternoon in three sections via the Central, the Georgia and Alabama and the Southern road. The Sec ond and Third battalions pulled out promptly at 3:30 o'clock, while the First battalion, accompanied by Col. Smith, Ueut. Col. Henry, Maj. Saffrans and Chaplain Thomas left an hour or so later. The regi ment will arrive in Savannah early to-morrow morning. By nopn it is expected that it will be aboard the transport Minncwaska.cn route to Matanzas. As the regiment marched down Broad street, in iront ol the Rankin House, on the balcony of which stood Gen. Wiley and the officers of the division, the band struck up Dixie." The first note was the signal for a rousing cheer, which came from the throats of the 3,5 men in...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 January 1899

UdL. IB1UUIK2E r IM tf b mr i ID ivv if. s Bee PAUL. M. MOORG, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated.) Entered the Peiloffice at Barllniton a. Second I in milter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Oct Year.itrlctlrlnadTince . ..tieo Six Month., " jo Threellonth., " 5 Single Cople ;,'"," 5 Specimen eoplei mailed tret on application. Correspondents wanted In all parti ot tbe ountr. Addre.mtior pellicular.. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1899. Hon. J. F. Dempsev, of Madi sonville, is candidate for re-election as Railroad Commissioner. State Treasurer Long paid to various State institutions Saturday $136,000. Of this amount the Western Asylum for the Insane ceived $23,730. It is understood that Gov. Brad- ley will apoint Lieut. Col. Morris .B. Belknap to the Colonelcy of the First Kentucky to succeed Col. jno B. Castleman, now a Briga dier General in the regular army. Henderson division of the Louis ville and Nashville road. In the present stress of work "not a man has laid down on us" is t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 January 1899

V II - r - t, rc i f r , . Sj i ) "By 3nbustru we tLIjtbe.1 LOCAL NEWS. i Overcoats almost given away at J. M. Victory & Co.'s. Miss Agatha Egloff spent last week in Madisonvilic with Miss Amelia Manna and Miss Amelia returned with her to spend the week. J. M. Victory & Co. are offering so.mq.big drives in clothing. Miss Lizzie Hanna, of Madison vilic, is the accomplished guest of Miss Mabel Stewart on Jesup av enue. Hopkinsville Kcntuckiah. Crimes arc good and clothing is cheap at J. M. Victory & Co.'s.- Miss Nannie Wilkins, of Plop kips county, arrived in the city yesterday and will attend Bethel Female College. Hopkinsville Kentuckian. I- M. Victory & Co.'s special offer in clothing will only last thirty days. Ten Dollars will buy Twelve Dollars and Fifty cents in clothing at . M. Victory & Co.'s. David Adams, the hustling man anger of the Earlington News Company, is moving from hiB old place of business on Railroad street into a larger and mo(e com modious ho...

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