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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 September 1899

f- , - MRS. BLACKBURN DEAD. Wlfc-of the Kentucky Senator Stricken With Heart Disease. Versailles, Ky., Sept. 17. The wife of Senator J. 0. S. Black burn died at 10 o'clock tonight. Her husband, who went to Wash ington n fow days ago, has been telegraphed for, and will reach hero tomorrow. Mrs. Blackburn was upward of Co years of age, although up toiho time of her illness she did not appear to bo over 45. Sho was n very handsome and charm ing woman, and was immensely popular. "WILL SOON BE COMPLETED, Trial Trip of Battleship Kentucky to Take Place in October. Newport. News, Va., Sept. 17. It is probable that the build ers' trial trip of tho battleship Kentucky, sister Bhip of tho Kearsagc, will tako place tho first or second week in October. If her builders' trial takes placo early in October sho will have her official trip in November and will go in commission in Decem ber. Mr. Oocbel and the Teachers. Air. Goebel has a deal of shal low cunning, which his followers call ability, but...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 September 1899

- f ajsgjjjiaa. 1 &U Mrarffttevw .wi, i. r. '. . WmWWwmw MT fi"L?r I ' '- .-"O" v - rWJ f, J'W -,' BHEl '"-" "! 'ii ; TENTH YEAR. ! L EARLtNGTON', HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1899. SUPPLEMENT. NO. 38 .' 'v Wtf- It K. ,i I . Thrown on Gocbel's Record In -Const(tutbnat Contention. THE 0LAIM8 OF HIS FRIENDS Aro Riddled In Ono Volley of Pacta From Approved Journal. A FEW THINGS' GOEBEL DIDN'T Da III rrovUlan Prohibiting the Coniol- Idatlou or rarallel ftalltoad Line Iloee Not Belong oo III LI it of Pabllo Aeeoin- plUbiueule. Mr. Goebel's friends have been busy In fabricating (or blra a record which may win popular confidence and sup port Dased, however, upon absolutely (alia assumptions and atatementa, It rails to pices with the slightest han dling. The lion. I. IL Goodnight, In a speech' delivered at Franklin on the 211 Inst., gave, according to tbo report ot his speech In the Courier-Journal, "a sketch of Goebel's legislative career. lie said Goebel framed th...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 21 September 1899

CWj W ,. I v T s i CbeiMBge PAUL M. MOORB. UJItor and Mansrrr. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated.) Entered Ihe PoitolBce at Batlluiion n Second I in matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES: OaaYear.tlilctlrlnadranee It oo Six Montha, " " J IhreeMonttil, " SliiKle Copies . ;,"., i Specimen coplea milled free on application. , Uorrespondenls wanted In alt patu ol ins onntT. Addtetatiatorpartlcnlata. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1899. THE PASS AHD THE PRESS. We note that among some of .our exchanges considerable in dignation is expressed because they have received notification that the passes in their posses sion were no longer to be honored. The Evening Post has a great deal of respect for he press, and has done something in its day to 'maintain its independence, but we confess to a good deal of con fusion of ideas after reading the protests of independence made by the unfortunate newspapers in question with their expressions of indignation that, their passes should bo recalled. Thero are two or thr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 September 1899

j'vii, ,-?, Or a f , j,t y . EuimqlILu TtT' , i ' TENTH YEAR EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1899. NO. 39 w ' " '"'-i-'"'f t o ,. ? J to,.'" ?; CAMPAIGN OPENING, Republicans ef Hopjcins County at Madisonvllle October 4. , JUME HOLT AND CAPT.' THROCKHOrlf OS, Large Gathering ol Republicans Expected. Next Wednesday aftornoon at 1 o'clock, ilia Republicans ot Hopkins county will moot at tho Tabernacle in Madlsonvillo to open formally tho campaign Ui Hopkins couuty and hear Judgo W. II. Holt, probably the ablest and most conservative speaker In tho field, and Capt. J. "W. Throckmorton, Republican nominee for Commissioner of Agriculture, who, it is said, also brings to tho people a strong message - Kvory Republican In tho county who can so arrango should bo lu Madlsonvillo that day to lend his presonco and enthusiasm to tho opening. .Many in this end of the county aro too busy to attend speak ing In the daytime, even at home, hut tlioso who can do so at all ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 September 1899

r SI 'I rWr IM hi '! ' Jl i i"i i lt PAUL M. MOORE, Editor (nil Minaftr. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Iocor?ortd ) Entered the PestoSce ai Ktrlinftoo ti Second i an matteri SUBSCRIPTION RATES Out Yaar.itilctlrinadranca f i oo Sli'Monihi, ' 0 IhreeMonthi, ' a SlngteCoplea j Specimen copies mailed free on application Cjrreipondenta wanted In all parti ol tbi tobiT. Addretanaforpartlenlara. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 28. 1899. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, W. S. TAYLOIl, Of Butler County. For Lieutenant-Governor, JOHN MARSHALL, Of LouiBville. For Secretary of State, CALKB POWERS, Of Knox County. For Attorney-General, CLIFTON J. PRATT, Of Hopkins County. For Auditor, Rkv. JOHN S. SWEENEY, Of Bourbon County. For Treasurer, WALTER R. DAY, Of Breathitt County. Superintendent of Public structlon, JOHN BURKE, Of Campbell County. In- Commissioner of Agriculture, Cai't. J. W. THROCKMORTON, Of Fayotto County. For Representative. BEN T. ROBINSON. I Tin: London Statist has figured oift that American prosp...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 September 1899

rrrs "n T?gp- '4 rl L.7U .' A K". S'tjJJ rt ,? . f tfr "$U 3nbu9tc) vot tLt?rle." LOCAL NEWS. Chief Dispatcher, Col. Sheridan htta returned from a visit to lila home In Ohio. Mr. W. -O. McLeod purchased a house and lot In Hariisley, from Jno. Ui"Morton, last Monday. Mr. William Lynch. ofTJawsdn. was horo Monday nlgltf to attend tiie rrontlce-Tnnner 8ieaKing. Mr. J. 11. Foley, the carrlafefe and harness dealor, of Mndisonvillo. has sold out his business to Mr. Olios Hewlett. Thotnns I Flnloy, of the Republi can County Commltteo, was horo Monday. Tom Is n htiBtlnr and Is dolnif valiant servlco for his party. Elder Tlnsloy, pastor of the drape vlnu Christian church, 11 Hod Eldor I. II. TooI'h appointment at thu Christian church heru last Sunday and Sunday night. Kuv. 9. 11. Iiovolnco, the popular and much loved pastor of the M. E. Church, South, of Mudlsouvillo, preached his farowoll sermon Sun dny night to a largo congregation. Mr. It. K. Dulanoy, of Howling Oroou, was In this county ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 28 September 1899

rr-a ifwm-m- imm.3tr- K. i' c r MR, GOEBEL AND TOE RAILROAD EMPLOYE. HfH&tt$H3ti4C4tt4 ) & f B. 31 BfU i". re " l. iy . i. I . -;,4f r. :j las l If V tw TLi No riian in tho Senato or out of it had more to do with framing thdact relating to tho government of cities of tho second class than did Mr. Qoebol; an act that is in effect a charter for Covington, Newport and Lexington. Mr. Qoebel was directly interested in this act, and gave a great deal of his time, attention and parliamentary skill to its passage. He cannot plead ignorance of its provisions and he cannot deny re sponsibility for its restrictions. This act is notable for tho disability imposed upon all men in the employ of any railroad company. In all other cities of this State a railroad cmployo stands upon a perfect equality with everybody else; His employment does.not disqualify him from public service. As a rule these employes are considered men of character, conserva tism nd responsibility. The city or State whi...

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 October 1899

....:..Ht.MjaL IJSr v i 1' . rV & '"'' " " V 'yi ..,, ' ' -i, " -' (.") i. : . M&k tf i ;-, 'TENTH YEAR 4. .- ARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1899. NO. 40 , , J,"z B " mr " "i' x ""-fi.... ' w. - Mt M m. i- HftkMM. wV7nkTT&. Mil ..fl ' In OW ! Bm ""IP r 2515" ' iter v. I I. ft,: .- h' j&t f I ,fr f- ;v- "Vt' - fi 'Si's Yen : REPUBLICAN SPEAKING: 'Largs And R-ilhusI isllc Audience , Heard Judge W. II. Holt and lion. Clifton J Pratt At Assembly Hall List '.Night Speeches Well Received and Greatly Applauded. Judgo W. II.IIpH vlHlted Madlson vlllo on Wednesday and spoko on tht) Isauprfof tho campaign from thb Republican standpoint. At 1 o'clock a splendid crowd greeted tho speaker In tho Tabornnclo, and oven, tnosb of opposlto views declared tho cilort of tho J tu! uliro a inastorly handling of tho . " ....... ru . suujeet. All liepuuucans wero uo lighted with tho olfoot produced. At 7:U0 Wednesday night Judgo Holt appeared with our old friend, ...

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 October 1899

, I'AUU M. MOORE, Editor and AUnaier. BEE PUBL1SHINB COMPANY. lacorporattd Dmered Ihi PcttoBce at Eetlluiton ti Second uii nutter. SUUSCRIPTION KATES: One Yer.ittictlrlaidince Ii oa bn Monlbe, " " . JO ItirerUoetbi, " I MnrleCoplM...., . . 1 Specimen coplei milled free oa application itUirreipoBdentt wanted In ll pitti el Iba Jcohit. AddreitattorpaitlcaUri THURSDAY. OCTOBER 5. 1899. 1' REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, W. S. TAYlOtt, Of Butler County. For Lieutenant-Governor, JOHN MARSHALL, Of Louisville. For Secretary ot.State, CALEB POWERS, Of Knox County. For Attorney-General, . CLIFTON J. PRATT, Of Hopkins County. For Auditor, ,Rnv. JOHN S. SWEENEY, Of Bourbon County. For Treasurer, WALTER R. DAY, jjj JL JlirUlillll. VUUUVl "Vnv Siinprlntondent of Pnhllo In- " ' structlon, JOHN BURKE. Of Campbell County. IFor CominUsioner of Agriculture, Jait. J. W. THROCKMORTON, Of'Fayetto County. For Representative BEN T. ROBINSON. Contracts between Goobel and the poor, oppressed citizen con- f...

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 October 1899

JtwPf Aittoto .Aa.-. iJL :o --J!k&"btM?$J- r W(rt i rt .ufuijtascrj 31 S '- ? v te W- T , ?i - " 'fir' li IY. ir-" 10 ifej ftl 5 UUMtif 6 - 4- 3Utfj . .-J -1 1 IIS Cbc bbbvy. ' iWTsMWtW f tftrbe." tOCALJEIS. i. W. G. Ilartor spent a fow.ilavs Inst tVmk wiui relatives m r('ijiiiiiiv. Iiidinna. ' -- . IMRillBonVllle'fl new- military com- pftiiy 1h to be mustered nftnnio tlmo tins week. Vj' '' Miss Kppli Aohby, ofSlauRhtorH Vllle, Is tho ifiioat of Mrv Marlon ftlok at tills placo, 'I .' ' Mr. nml Mrs. J. 13. Fawcctt and children returned Rattinlav from a plcasnnt vhilt ttfGMtlirlft. . , " '"' 'l'lio MadtKonVllle band has been nito-nrrtiil in nautili ''In4 fi,,..ifMil..t mimic for the' IfeiWIeriiqti 'tMjr- tost ' MIbb fleorgln h. Wyntteiiterlnlnid nilltii n ntltillinr nf llnr vnnmr frlnmla' Tuesday ovonlnjr In honor of hor twHith Dirtily. . . "Mrs. Jo6 Shanks, of MndlaonvllI IQUSflf 'WT dledfiundny night of typhoid fovo Bliu loaves a husband and llvo olill (iron to mourn her death. ...

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 October 1899

. A S '- .;,' 'V,- f :'" . ' ' i. -. V "i " " ".. J.'-?- .11 .-; ;.jy:w s& -,' , . fl.. A Ji ' r . WB!,!Wi3F-T5 e-rr -Wijat-w WBtSfMBiv r'wsr " v . -.1 t :- . . vf'A ; - -f-'-" " ."? i-. v ". :' ssra""' ." . iirti!:'.'.' it ?i V.St.L?" - W.-'T-" ' - .'-V ' r "' &--.,, if ' ", ". .V fc ;'if- OUTRAGE tr LEXINGTON Characteristic Goebel Method of Deception. ;HIS GANG WILL DO THE COUNTING Aetloa ot Fayette County Election Com mission Strikingly Dlaptaya rOoebere Designing: lland Organisation of Boo ntHin Necessary to Protect tba Bal lot and Pnnlah III Deaeoratnre. The entire state should be aroused by thj attack ot the Qoebel machine In Fayette county upon a free ballot and a Xalr count. It le a bold defiance ot the people; It Is a declaration of war on the ballot box; It Is a determined preparation for a', stupendous crime. This la the first response to the ac tion Jot Messrs. Pryor and Ellli In .packing 119 county election boards with' Qoebel men. We believe this original error...

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 October 1899

' S. ,U.. '. '-' I "Jt.ii v ,. . ' f LT. - J - l - r. k sw. MB? h KM , fill ill - f ' a V ' - " - ; : TTUsmtn .... i- v -. . '.""s TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1899. NO. 41 r. Vlu t l"5w BjiBPfe- J f f .. K H fM i - 1v f.rK Pi?- IX 3 . IF-.., -, ;' . rt-A" f'"--J . i . K l . Y- 7 iMs r V "59 i lC " j ,tonce. CONVENTION IS DECLARED OFF, V rYo Nomination to be Hade in the 4 First Railroad District. Nv Order is Promulgated and Hopklnsville Convention Will Not Be Held. From Yesterday's Commercial. TUcxft will bo no nominal ion by t;Iio JlopublicaiiB for railroad commissioner in tho -First dis trict. Although a call had boon issued for it nominating conven tion tho call was withdrawn yes terday. State Central Committee Chairman 0. M. Bamott made 'the announcement. It appears that after tho call Was inado n poll of tho mombors of the First district committco developed'tliat thorp was a ma jority against tho plan and it was decided to cancel tho c...

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 October 1899

v CAUL M. MOORB, Editor and Manager. SEE PUBLISHING COMPANY.? Incorporated ct bntered tbe PcttolBee at Enliucton at Stcood i ait matter, SUBSCKIPTION RATES &" Oil Year, urlcilr In advanced It oo Sli.Monlln, " " S "IhreeMonthi, " ' J Single Coplea.... Specimen coplet mailed tree on application. Oorrespondtnia wanted In all pant ol tha onntT. Addretauatorpatticulara i v . THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1899. i .. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, W. S. TAYLOK, Of Butler County. For Lieutenant-Governor, JOHN MAIISIIAL.L,. Of Louisville. For Secretary of Stnto, CALEB l'OWERS, Of Knox County. For Attorney-General, CLIFTON J. PRATT, Of Hopkins County. For Auditor, i Rev. JOHN S. SWEENEY, Of Bourbon County. For Treasurer, WALTER It. DAY, Of Breathitt County. For Superintendent of Public In- , Btruction, 1 JOHN BURKE, 4g Of Campbell County. For Commissioner of Agriculture, OArTTJ. W. THROCKMORTON, f Of Fayetto County. I For Representative. I BEN T. ROBINSON. IAnnkxation 1ms been good for Hawaii. ...

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 October 1899

"i-tw CS ! brt' I , rr-r , ,ustfHhKjk "J3u 3nbustru toe Hffrlpe." LOCAL HfeW'S. Tho MndlsonvlllB band Is making inuBlc fur tlio Henderson fair this week. Mr. and Mrs. 11. M. Salmon, of Haley, woro at Madlsonvllle Monday attending: tho funoral of Mr. D. A. Morton, and returned homo Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis, Mrs. L. J. Shaw and F. 11. If arris, of Mor tons Gap -went to Evansvllle Tuos dny to attend tho ltounlon and boo tho l'rosldeut. All tho carpenters, brick masons, painters, and lnnchanlcs generally uru busy as osslblo for all tho hours a day thoy want to work, and tho rush continues. Will Cornrt and mother, formorly of this place, but who have been re siding in Nnshvlllo a fuw mouths, havo returned and will ngaln make Earllnglou tholr home. Mrs. 1'. J. HorbV residence on Mc Kuen avenue is going up rapidly. It is to bo nil eight-room, two-Btory house, mill when comploted will bo one of tho prettiest In Karllngton. Mr. Duvo Houlihan Ih having nu addition built i his...

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 October 1899

i ''.'Ite ' " ' a".:-?r7ifr-i.. 5' p ' R e- JfAWR OF DEFENDENT. Sultjof J. H. Lunsford Against iRelnccke Coal Co, Decided. Asked Damages for Polluted r. Water on Farm Land. vMndlsonvllIo, Ky Oct. 11 Tho fiillt of J. II. Lunsford against tho ltolnecko Coal Company for nlleged dnmngos on account of water, pol luted by minerals In solution, that flows through farm land of tho plaintiff was today decided In Cir cuit Court hero by a verdict for tho defendent. This Riiit caused cousldornhlc In terest. Tho plnlntllf claimed that his farm's productiveness was In jured by tho water, whllo tho de ' fondant hold that tho damage was limited to tho pollution of water for Htoqk, nnd sot up tho linportanco of thacoal mining Industry against tho valuo of such claim. Many wit nesses were heard. Stable .Burned. , The inulo stablo of tho St. Jlcrnard - Coal Company at Morions Gap, burned Tuesday afternoon. The building and' contents was a total loiJs, but no stock was burned. It whs fired by chillers ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 October 1899

' L 1 -J o, TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1899.-SUPPLEMENT. NO. 41 '?& ! f ft A k-. " t "3, pit,. A, s1- K S few v . . FIGURES M LIE But. the Kentucky Democratic Liars Will Figure. TIIAT B0H00L FDND BTAL Soma infcrostiiiR Facte Are Shown by Iho Official Kecorda. VITAL QUESTIONS nNANflWEBED A Brsttm nf Democratic Bookkeeping That 8a Manipulated the Receipts of Klglit Years as tit Defeat the School Fund of II Legitimate Share lu the Baiue An Kdllorlal Itavlos; Act m Uoowaravg. Tbe mixture of slang and falsehood Quoted below la from the Livingston Banner of Aug. 24, 1899, a small sheet published at Smlthland, Ky of which the Qoebel candidate for superintend eat of public Instruction Is editor: IVr capita 16B3, list year of Demo- cratlc rule (2.60 IVr capita ISM, Ortt year of repub lican rule ...,,. 2.30 IVr capita 1M7, second year of Ite- publican rule .;,.. ....... 2.20 IVr capita lMW, Ulrd year of Repub lican rule ..2.30 t'rr capita 1SWI,...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 12 October 1899

o i m E" fl CbelllBee PAUL. M. MOORB, Editor and Manner. BEE PUBLISH1N0 COMPANY. Incorporated ) Entered the Pcttoffice at Birllugton ti Secood I ati matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Una Yejr.ttrletlrTnidrsnce . .. .It oo Sli Months, " " , , so 1 href Months, " ,. .. 1 Single Copies. .. J Specimen copies mailed fi re on application Correspondent! wanted In all parti ol lb ountv. Address na for particulars THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1899. GOEBEL'S ONLY HOPE Depends Upon His Infamous Bill For Success. BIB ANXIETY FOB "HOOD" MEN. Wlir (ha State) Uoard Delayed Appoint polument of County Oommtttlonera In a Number of Counties Altampla to Justify Ilia La it Ilolh Dlehoneat and Hypocritical. One of the Qoebel organs has pub lished a dispatch from Frankfort In which It was stated that the state board of Goebel commissioners had de layed appointing county commission ers in a number of counties in the Eleventh district because they were very anxious to get good men. Good men for what? The Inference to be...

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 October 1899

li, TENTH YEAR EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1899. NO. 42 feF fr r k. r , ? V ' IPlh 4' V -- GEN. W. S. TAUOlt. Kentucky's Next Governor Will Spcnk at Madlsoiivllle. CLOSING SPEECH OF THE CAMPAIGN. JjdRc Pratt ArranKes for lllm to ,. Spcnk in Hopkins. John Burke Promises to Attend This Appointment. EARUNUTGN HAY HOAR liiri. J ml go Olirton J. 1'rntt writes tlio eilitor of Tun UkK from Louisville to announce Gon. W. S. Taylor for Miulisonvillo Fri iluy, Noveiiibor Ud, at 1 p. m. Judge Pratt spoko at GlaBgow Tuesday, whoro ho mot Gon. Tuvlor and secured Iiisvsronuso to spcnk in Hopkins before the close of tho campaign, and the date was fixed as stated. This will bo ono of, if not tho closing speech of tho campnign by Gon. Taylor and will bo mado n great duy for tho ltopublicans of old Hopkins. Hon. John Uurko, candidate for Superintendent of Public In struction, 'haH also agreed to at tend tliis appointment. Mr. llurko is pro-eminent ly a scholar and inst...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 October 1899

, I I & Ill i . El ''1 r J If ' If h r N bcgjoe PAUL. M. MOORO, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated Entered the PcitoBice 11 Barlluicton it Second mi matter. - SUBSCRIPTION KATES oSvelrTittlctlrlnadtinca .', .1 oo SIsSMonthi, " " . ...:. n. $o VhreeMontht, " ' ij MngleCcplea j Specimen copies malted free on application. Correspondent wanted in all parti ol tbe onntT. Address u for particulars. a THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1899. $2' 4 qXsV? w REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, AV. S. TAYLOIt, r , Of Butler County. For Lieutenant-Governor, ""JOIIN MARSHALL, ,' 0 Louisville. For Secretary of State, CALEB POWERS, Of Knox Count'. For Attoruey-Genernl, CLIFTON J. Pit ATT, Of Hopkins County. ForAutHtor, RkwJOIIN S. SWEENEY, Of Bourbon County. For Trertsuror, WALTER K. DAY, Of Breath itt County. For Superintendent of Public In- K ' atruction, f JOHN BURKE. h Of Campbell County. For Commissioner of Agriculture, CJ?it. J. W, THROCKMORTON, fOf Ftyetto County. For Representati...

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 October 1899

V P ? ml ft 4 0eJH.8ee mmRp "13u 3nbusiru ue d?rie." LOCAL SEWS. Mr. Win. Slu'Rii foil from an en yhlo In (lio rftllraad yarttfl, Iiero, Monday night and whs qtilto gain fully hurt. Tlio old tin shop on Hoblnson Htroet is belnj? converted Into a dwelling and will soon be occupied by two fmnlilos. Mr. It, U. lionliani, of Concord, Tonn., spout a few UavH here last wcok. Mr. llonlmm was In the Union army during: the Civil war and had been attending the llluo and Urny Jtounlon at KvaiiHvIlle, and on his way homo Htojiperi off, here' to vlult IiIh soiiB, John and Oscar, who nro employes of tho I. & N. railroad at this place. John Fcland at Crofton. Mr. John Folnnd spoko at Crofton Saturday for the Hopubllcau ticket. Ho had a good crowd and made a splendid Hpcich. Senator Dronston to Speak Again Senator Uronslnn will deliver nn olher speech boforo tho close of tho campaign either at Owoimboro of I'ailurah. Ills great speech of Sat urday night Is the ono topic hero, 11 Is not denied b...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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