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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 October 1899

E"!- '"-nym bh'Hwb-'; 'y-f v. m'n.Wiff f !'wj- ' ' t'jffi iyty a-v, w 8jy iiw ossa -l..M.MI'1WU. ."'..IJ- jtiSSjfiv " SBBBBBBBBnggBQajhrwifllLlBregSlsawaBTftvgy. . 7TcgSEOTatMLagtrwah.i.vw.' arergJFCT " P flW?' 58gw.yyi s. B r'"' M 'S I ' i n II m f-ri SCHOOL BOOK QUESTION 3 . : .. ": r coflwiuniciiion rrom rrotnmcni nopuiu V? sty County Teacher. I OUR SCHOOL BOOKS ARE STANDARD, v They CojI no More in Kentucky Than V In Other Statu. :, Vf.e aro in receipt of n com munication from Prof. D. Utloy, .principal of tlio Mortons Gap jJlfiVblic School, Btating 6nmo cold ; facia about the school book ques tioii niul llio bearing of tho pro liosoil Chinn School Book Bill, which will bo enforced if Qoebel .wins, .at tho coming election. Tliero have boon many stories told about tho excessive cost of school books in Kentucky as com pared with tho saino books sold .in other .States, coupled with claims that tho Chinn School Book Bill -would savo inonoy to Kentucky parents. Ono fact is worth n tho...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 October 1899

&;wrjRQ$& m I- :" &'' s Kf " -. , "f TENTH YEAR. EARL1NGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1899. SUPPLEMENT. NO. 42 r : M & 1 t jc. K &s "i. V" uV . 3 S . k - t . & z :t " r" j :" r BV V" 1 N i VI ,5I lit" 3 !fci- ! Si fj "'''"B AGAIN KNOCKED GOLD! More Light on the Double Dealing of Goebel. QIS NOTE TO CAPTAIN HEADLEY. Crashing aad Molt Coaelnilre Evidence of the Duplcable Dnplloltr and At toantllas Audacity of tlia Braen Ken loti Hie Hepatatlon and rullllcal Future Destroyed. The Evening Post publishes, mora with a sense of humiliation than auy feeling of triumph, a remarkable let ter dated May 3, 1S3G, addressed to Captain John W.Headley ot Louis ville. Ky. The publication ot this let ter Is due to the confession and apol ogy made by .Mr, Goebel In his speech at Hartford. After taking his own time and oboeslng hla own place to respond to Mr. Carlisle Mr. doebel constructed one ot the crudest pieces ot political fiction trat nuy nwn credit...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 19 October 1899

warn-nmea "V WWJJC'SWC "ft- TSIPS ? 6.11(1, COUllI sounc confe EHJEs i i Gra made poor," ard 1 the fi bo he Novej after) kinsf rousit Tm crowd beer while minul cainfTi there' soma scrap p'rovo ( Mn! years crats, ticket lioade lie is J who a that ( lateH for Ta Icins q been j Sow ho co wery. luty 'orco y Go Wiij oebe pecta lo rei .now8 usted fortoi hey h leclaf ml th Till iadin ro th aylot ho g nd uj iveni irnei heso. hoo m,, Gof.) ireati ie b ratoj ts is the 38 to a 0 iS to' afccq A N yeai my? veri , yan! o vt oacll no blicj ow lit rthel , Wk.- nple audi cts pkii a ci; "Wlj IS 111 y j ' loud1 off the i y . an pro- PRECINCT BOUNDARIES. Hopkins County Voting Precincts as They Are Today. x liatest Changes Now for the First - Time Published. Voters Should Learn the Boundaries, So They May Know "Where to Demand a Vote. t s i v. v Below is printed the complete, official description and bounda ries of the Magisterial districts and- voting precincts of Hop kins county as ordered by Judge Jn...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 October 1899

TO" $M&i& j TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1899. NO. 48 s at M ik. .. il i y-. I, .gam, ,m - ' "'""-'' , ' ! Ev. ,. if rt'K. CHANGE OF DATE. Gin. W. S. Taylor, Chosen Leader Kentucky Republicani, of WILL SPEAK AT MADISONVILLE. Great Day for Hopkins County Tendered Big Ovation. -Will Be BRASS BANDS ARE ENGAGED. Tlio dato of Gojjeral W. 8. Taylor's Breaking in Hopkins Oountv Ikib boon chaiiKod to Thursday, November 2, ono weok from toilnv. Thk Bkk has a lojtor from State Chairman Long nnnouncing this change Hiulltirgo bills have been printed and sent out for circulation fix ing tho date so that everything may bo done to givo widest cir culation to tho change. Tho Madisonvillo papers havo also been requested to givo tho change of dnto prominent no tice Clen. Taylor will reach Nor- totivillo about noon on tho day of tho speaking and Hionts have been made him there and escort arrange to meet him to for the iladisouvillo in time speaking, w...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 October 1899

1N 1 I A 1 H it r fe,v . I if t r" Q-?ggB Bee I'ALT, M. MOORU, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANY. Incorporated ) Untercd the rcito&ico at Earlitigion Second uss matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATKS Oiu Yfar.slrlctlr In advance Ii 00 Six Monibl, ' " 50 ThrceMonths, " J Single Copies .. S Specimen copies mailed free on application. Correspondents named In all parts of the cuntT Address oi for particulars. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1899. .- REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Governor, AV. S. TAYJiOU, Of Hutler County. For IiloutPiiant-Oovernor, JOHN MAKSHAliL, Of Louisville For Secretary of Stnto, CAIiKll l'OWKHS, Of Knox County. For Attornoy-OcnoiftI, OlilFTONJ.l'llATT, Of Hopkins County. For Auditor, Ituv.JOHN S.SWKENKY, Of Jlourbon County. ' For Treasurer, WALTKUK. DAY, Of Jlrentbitt County. For Superintendent of Public In struction, JOHN KUJIKK, Of Camnboll County. For ConunlBsIoner of Agriculture, Cut. J. W. THnoCKMOllTON, Of Fnyotto County. For IlenroBeiitntivu. HEN T. IIOHINSON. Nonk of tho ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 October 1899

r1"W &.''. . c; V v iC. W J -At f t . .? CfefBteee 'Ttji oitbustrn. w t)rli)c." LOCAL NEWS. lie 8UIO to hoar flon. Taylor nt MiidlHouyllloNov. 1!. 'I'lio llliickfonl mid Dixon mil way Is being rapidly ptishod to couiplo tlnn. Tho young ladles of ICnrllngton nro talking of organizing a "Walking 01ub.,r Smiles Magazine Club mot nt Mm. K, A. Ghnttrii'fl lionto last Snt iii ilny. Hum Jones will begin bin- mooting in tho tnbornnclo nt Mnttlririnvillu Sunday Nov. ft. (Julio n number of Karllngtoii peo ple Imvo visited tbo Pond Itlver lints in Henrcb of hickoryiiiits, which nro plentiful. )nld llarnott lit night rnllrond culler nt prexent In plnee of David Cowell, who rertlgneit on nceountof hiii henilh. Hon. John V. Yerkes, tho dis tinguished llcpiibllcnn orutor, of Danville, Ky., vlHlted Mr. John II. AtkliiHiui lust week. J. M.OIdhitui, tho enrrlngc man ufacturer Is thinking of enlarging lib plant and adding a couHldernhlo ninouut of maeliliicry. ICosooe M. Wheat and wife havo runted...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 26 October 1899

V BRADLEY'S APPEAL. Powerful Call for United Effort Against Gocbelism. VICTORY IS IN VIEW George Todd and the llambritk Com mittee In Line. HARMONY NOW ALL ALONG THE LINE- Loulsvillo, Ky., Oct. 11). "Tills Ib no tlim for dissension among Ho puhltenns It matters not whether wrongs havo l)eon inflicted or in juries rceolvcd. Ho who in such nn hour would parade Ills personal griovnneo Is not worthy the unnio of innn." As Oov. Bradley uttored thoso Words tonight, with all the emphasis of his vigorous personality, a mighty throng which filled tho Auditorium applauded lustily. The meeting, tho speaker, his speech, go to make up tho most tolling feature of tho cam paign, on tho Republican sido. That tho Governor's action nnd utterances were carefully considered nnd do liborately prepared, his manner loft no doubt. Goehol and his frionds have been counting on two tilings: They o pected Republican feuds and dls airection to cut down tho normal vote of tho party. They relied on tho new olectl...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 November 1899

V ' V f- ..J P"V ' ' ' EVA. Y.7 '. t . 'V V- "'?. ' u-v;., Kicu:, ,'.?- fS1 TENTH TEAR. EARLINGTOJ, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1899. NO. 44 . . . -i ,. , ... , - ' - . W-t ST.,. J"- ft-; w- ','- ft? f n kV -1 4 t. I -- "' i--- :& Ol 1 J &,. 1 ,"i&8' 'fill-' W., "A M :'r m m& "itii Vh' R . rv &! -r ki . ; jfi '' BM : 'J ) 7fi QOKBELDOOMEft He Can Not Be Elected on a Fair Count. ALL KENTUCKY IS AROUSED. Good Citizens Dotermined to Preserro tlio Honor of tho State. WHOLESALE FRAUD HIS ONLY HOPE. 'Brazea Boss lias the Law's Micfclsery, Out Will He Dare? SKETCH OF A POLmOAL PIRATE. CoM, Calculating and Selfish, ThU Allen and Tough, AVIio llnl Proven J'uUo and Treacherous Alike to Friend nnd Sacred Trust, Now At tempt to Fatten Himself Upon the 1'ruplo by Throttling the Popular Ulll Contrast netwecn John Young ilrowii, True Democracy's Choice Kor Governor, nnd WiUInm Goebel, I the Contrast lie t ween a Oentle ninu nnd n Howdy. A pen picture ot Will...

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

o W w Cfrejlaffee PAUL M. MOORE. L'JItor and Alngtr. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporate 1 lintercd tbe Pestoffice il Kaillnfiion at Second I its matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES- Ond Vear.ltrlctlr in advance 1 I oo Six Monthl, " " 5 IhreeMontbt, " 15 Single Copies s Specimen eoplei mailed freo on application. Correspondents wanted In all parts ol the ecntT. Address os lor particulars. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1899. REPUBLICAN TICKET. , For Governor, ? V. S. TAYLOIt, Of Uutlor County. For Lieutenant-Governor, JOHN MARSHALL, Of Louisville. -.jjFor Socrotnry of State, GALKIJ l'OWEKS, Of Knox County. For Attorney-Genornl, , - CLIFTON J. PRATT, Of Hopkins County. For Auditor, ItKV. JOHN S. SWEENEY, . Of Ilourbon County. For Treasurer, WALTER It. DAY, Of Breathitt County. ior. Superintendent of Public In struction, ' JOIINIUTRKE, Of Campbell County. For Commissioner of Aericulturo, CAl-l. J. W. THnOOKMOllTON, vi l-ayeito county. For Representative. BEN T. ROBINSON. GuKBKr, lias put (ho character ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 November 1899

a.-WmgJT.r. - yv ,.!" k; WILL BE TROUBLE A DANGEROUS OFFICIAL. SAM JONES TDEY LEAVE COEBEL, WII&l NEXT? GOEBELITES DESPERATE ,saKVM! & :? h' &$ m f,t K( J fL !- : It C fit . K . ' Bee "3n 3ubuslru te dbrtoe." LOCAUffiWS. Mr. John M. Victory lino gono to LuiiIhvIUo to linvo his oyos trontod by ti BiioclnllBt. Mr. Ooorgo Iloosor has boon sick for tlio past two wookn, but lias not l)i on confined to lilts bod. Bpolglo Itnurlnnd, of Madlsonvlllo, "wan ml j ml god lnsnnoand sont to the Asylum, nt Hopklnsvillo, Tuesday. lUsltop Iluclloy, of tlio Episcopal church, will pronch in tho Tabernacle nt Mndlsonvillo tomorrow, Friday Hlght. Noxt Sunday ovonlng tho Chris tian Kndrnvor Socloty will have for Its loader Miss Allco Millor, who was ouo of tho chief organlrora of tho noddy. V. ( Mol.eod Ih having a waro Iiouko built on tho vacant lot noxt to Wnltor MeOnry'H llvory stablo. Contractor Leo Oldham lms chargu of tho work. Tin; lints In glad to aunoiiuco that Miss Snlllo llrown, ou...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 November 1899

r r II r it. r i; & EL THANKSGIVING 4 f , "A national custom, clear to the hearts of the people, calls fdr the sotting apart of one day in each year as an occa sion of special thanksgiving to Almighty God for the blessings of tlio preceding year. This honored observance acquires with time a tender significance. It enriches domestic life. It summons undei the family roof the absent children to glad reunion with those they love. "Seldom has this nation had greater cause for profound thanks giving. No great pestilence lias invaded our shores. Liberal em ployment waits upon labor. Abundant crops have rewarded the efforts of the husbandmen. Increased comforts have come (o the home. The national finances have been strengthened and public credit has been sustained and made firmer. In all branches of in dustry and trado there lias been an equalled degree of prosperity, while there has been a steady gain in the moral and educational growth of our national character. "Churches and schools...

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

vu,v VVV Over the uukc-uoeuci t miss - Thinks .Hon. Harvey. , Commonwealth' Atlomty Howtll of .SeuslcKticas. Mra.MSarahrrLTU.ngerman,-vho Sf5'JJiBrtS'5iiifw2iinatlltiinITftlil- Republican Nominee Off Sunday. ninlstcrs Take the Stump. IMMMMMBMiMIMMMMMtfi BKStJifi2iyiI!iP mammthe Ballot. I ft i)7"l"ttrT f"tr'J j1! p. fc 1NATI0N. ported It I toff. .J. Iu tho injunction rth against f unpopular Sby Judgo 'artisan of iilt wns to :om plnc lof Judge r ipubllcan i from tltis e name oil tho a vory TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1899.-SUPPLEMENT. ' VttJ NO. 44 ias be K-y lt. So B R r BRADLEY'S PLEA For Taylor and tho Entiro Eo publioan Tiokot OUR GOVERNOR IN ACTION. Ho Urges All Lovers of Liberty to Work Harmoniously, SHOWS UP VILE GOEBEL LAW And Ably Defends His Administration From Vicious Democratic Attack. DEFINE3 TOE NEOBO QUEBTION. Tha I'rfioot In Ilia Pint Stale Admlu i.llatlou In Itrroxnlte In the Deterr ing unit Inleltrcent Colored OitliCn I'cra...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 2 November 1899

uo jbiMimuo can no inoro o the length of ft train tlinn It scribo what wo nro to ont for ist." . .. jfi. That Blows Nobody Good." Thatsmall ache or pain or -o-J-u-J-o-i-oiM3iiiiJ3iii3 W-33533S5S353538S3538 Ady" Nol'llavc Such a Clear Comcience . :'Him1iif!3k.. .n-. ... . disease by the timely use of Will MakeTwcnty-FIve SpccchciBeforc arc .. - y? ..ll -T--TT..-X7k T rA : I j e? ft' SrM cr A. J H ..): l . -J ,j - J r i 1 1 1. i .-t a- fv J r ; 'i. vf .; I' 1 ."J f $ k ft v It5k! '-- lino Uio merits of tween the two tick : ilcsircB to doon 11 ronoortifvT Tim THAT SGHD0LB00K JOB How the People Were to Be "Worked" by the Gang. A MOST SHAMEFUL INTRIGUE Senator Itronston Expose the Wholo Nefarious Sclicino. HE SUBMITS AN ARRAY OF FAOTS C'hlon lllll, It Amendments anil tho Substitutes Under the Glm or Hie Senrchllght nf Trulli. Sumo Tell-Tale Corrfc: spnndence. Senator Dronston submits to the voters of Kentucky an array of facta concerning the noted schoolbook ques tion. The Chlnn bill and...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 November 1899

irissttssfff a "ny? W &&& ' :1 '& PJ TENTH YAR EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1899. NO. 4B i- -. & -75 ., 5? yv - . & W, fc X THREE HUNDRED. Hopkins County Gives Pluralty. a Republican LARGE REPUBLICAN VOTE CAST. Gain of Thirteen Hundred Pluralty Com' pared With 1896. THERE WERE 250 BROWN VOTES CAST St. CHARLES. Ililey, and the Two Earl Injjton Precincts Show Great Gains. Uo)kiiiH county gave Tucstlny 001 pluralty for Taylor and elect o 1 Hun T. ltohitison, Republican for KoproHontntivo by 271 ma jority over W. I). Orr, tho Dem ocrat ie nominee. .1. K. Dempsoy, Democratic iininiiico for Railroad Commis sioner, mailo somo gains over his ticket in Hopkins county, but the figures in his race tiro not at hand. According to tlio fullest and 4 must reliable returns obtainable . there were 2,000 votes cast for ,;j'a.lornnd 2,2J) for (toebel in the countj. In 1800 there wero ' 2,l7."i votes cast in Hopkins for li'Kiuley and :J, 157 for Hr...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 November 1899

" 6S n k. Me PAUL M. MOORn, Editor and Manager. BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Incorporated Entered the rcttoffiee it EarDiigton n Second ill matter. SUBSCRIPTION KATES' Una Year.ittletlr In advance, ti oo HU Month!, " " . .... ... 50 ThreeMontht, " J Single Coplei S Specimen coplei mailed tree on application Correspondents wanted In all parti ol Ibe onntT. Addreiiniforpartleclara, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1899. Taylor is our next Governor. Wiikn Ilopkins county goes re publican by 821, there are repub lican gains in other Kentucky counties. Etkknal vigilance is tho price of liberty, and Republicans in Kentucky are still vigilant. Gokbklism has boon given tho sudden check that was expected from liberty loving, courageous Kontuckians. Tiik peoplo of Kentucky have denounced at the polls the man who has threatened tho indus tries of tho State. Bkn T. Homnson deserves the hearty support he got Tuesday and which sends him to represent Ilopkins county in tho Legisla ture. Judok ULmoN J. I'katt has ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 November 1899

mir j"m f mrr- a .?.. if'. ti. t iV , JM aaTX' I Q J"1 .j v r rte J 'Sv $3 L t: '& f. . TMfes Stegfe 'Uu 3nbuslru tt? tthripe." LOCAL NEWS. Rlil. I. II. Tool loft for Mcr Lean County this week to engage In iiHorifsof mootlngs. Tho now oqulniiiontfl havo arrived In Hopklnsvlllo for Company D. Thl Is n good company and will make a . lino showing. Itov. JanioH W. lllnglmni, tlio now primMIng older of tlio Princeton Dis trict, M. K. Cliiircli. South, lias bought proporty In Marlon, lCy., and will noon movo Ills family to that town to llvo. Quito n uumbor of Madlfonvlllo merchants aro closing their business (unison from 10 to 11 o'clock each lay on account of tho mooting that In boing conducted at tho tnhomaclo liy-ltov. George It. Stunrt, of Ten UCSSCe. Kid. I. II. Tool closed a ton clays meeting at Curdsvlllo, Daviess county, last Thursday night. Tho Christian Church at that placo Is n mission iiolnt hut Brother Tool had largo audiences nt all tho sorvlcos, and good Interest was ma...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 9 November 1899

r''lv W,r -H , t Some Little Known Facta. Only eighteen por cent, of nil the families in America employ domes tic help, lenvlnp eighty-two per cont without oven one servant. If nil tho dressmakers known to nxlst In Amerlen worked twenty-four hours of ench dny for u whole voar. without stopping for sleep or meals they would still benble to make only ono" dress npieco for less than eovpii olghths of the women of America. Not blx per cent, of nil the womon In America spend as much ns fifty dollars per yenr on tliolr clothes. Outof twelve million America f lun ulas tho incomo of four million of tlioso families Is loss than 'MOO each por year, nnd the incomes of nearly eighty per cent of tho ontire numher nro less thnn $1000 onch per year. Thero nro scores of plncos in this country wlioro only mail comes overy fourteen dnys. Ask tho iiroingo person whero tho control point of area is In tho United States -ami lio will IK It somowhero in 1 Uinois. Toll him it K nearer San Krauclseo and ho ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 November 1899

x I. J ,M TENTH YEAR EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1899. NO. 46 BS& - - ' ' mgm . . i i i i . .1 ,!, i &. t I j W1 s U S s '! ; & 43Hi- i r V. . 1 " 1 4 Q CLEAR STATEMENT. State Chairman Long Sums up. the Political Situation. GEN. TAYLOR SURELY ELECTED. Confident the People of Kentucky Force "Headquarters Jtopubllcnu Kxeeutlvo Commlttoo of Kentucky. "Loitihviu.i:, Kv., Nov. 13, 180U. To tlio People of Kentucky: "Tho tvi principal political par ties entered tlio rniiipnlgn Jn Kon tttrhy tliln yenr on well defined linos of dlirerenoo. Tlio Itniiul)licnn party 'fllm'UBHctl measures not men, and kupt Its campaign on n plain which ftttrnclt'd toll the support of tho host -people of tln Stnto in nil parties 'i'ho opposition hnd tho ontlro ma' chlneryof election In Its hands. It .appointed nil tlio returning boards, nll of tlio ('taction otllccrs mid do--tertiilned In nearly overy InstAiico ,tho right of a citizen to volo. In 'Louisville- It chang...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 November 1899

( i wjwypwiM O 1 to M .i ; i' 4 Hi : ir K i t , i . it-. ' CSi PAUL M. MOORO, Editor and Mantfer. BEE PUBLISHINB COMPANYi Incorporated Kntered tba Pcitoffice at Eitlluilon at Second i in matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Oiij Vetr.ittlctlr In advance. Sli Momhi, " " .11 oo 5 ThrreMonltM, " iinjiei-opiei ....... 3 specimen copies inauea iree on application Correspondent! wanted In all parti ol the cunlr. Addreiauitorpaillcntara. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 16. 1899. Jin. GnKiH:ii didn'jt know tlitit Brynn's trip to Kentucky was loaded. Ooit County Election (Jonimis sioners havo not yet had time to tabulate tbo returns and certify to them, although the count was inado last Friday and the result unuouuced. Tiik recent elections did not furnish any ammunition to tho American supporters of Agui- naldo chief of whom, says a Tnuul newspaper editorially, is W. J. Bryan. Ex-Sknatoh Mandkkson has shown that a United States regu lar army of 05,000 men today is proportionally smaller than an army of 20,000 wa...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 16 November 1899

'. ' i . 3$ , brrt.,T I .-- "-JS i ; 1 t?-r f' 3 ti Bt T .. S r'M ai ( g& iioec k. -bv "Ity 3nbustru roe dbrtoe." LOCAL NEWS. Tlio Wclmtor Circuit Court will convents nt Dixon, Monday, Decem ber 4. Loo Favors has completed his now biltchor shop nonr tlio Oonornl Bap tist cliurcli nuil will soon bo roady for business. Mr.J.l). Cnnnody, of near Provl doneo, a prominent farmer, dloil of pneumonia. Friday, aftor an Illness of only n fow days. Dr. U. A. Chntton was on thp tick list tills wcok, and Dr. A. Y. Davis, of Morions Clap, had chargo of Ills prnctfeo for a day or two but Dr. Chntton is oiltngnln. Dr. 11. W. Long is still qui to 111 at hlHlinnio in Mndlsouvlllo. Ills fovor Ih not so high, liowovor, as It lias boon nntl It is hoped that he will , noon begin to Improve " ' iS -v Thoro will bo rogular services nt " ., tlio My E. Church, South, Sunday. Tlio pastor will pronch morning nnd &y rtvmilnr. na imiinl. V.vnrvlmitv In- i 'vitcd to nttond thoso scrvlcos. ist . .. . , .,...

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