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aro opposed to giving him more than Iio
StANFOIID, Ky., NoVEMHEH 20 18SS
W. 1. WALTON
A ki:v days ago the
published mi interview
Uueker, of Omaha, who Mated that the
president bad told him before the election
that be would be knived by Hill,
Hewitt and (hunt in Now York, which
would lose him that State. He further
claimed that Senator Blackburn was
present and heard tlie conversation.
This tho Senator took occasion iinmedi
How in deep red, gory torrents.
The Dilger jury Iiuuk itself instead of
proscribing tbe death penalty for Dilger,
tbe liend who murdered two Louisville
policemen. Kleyen were for a verdict of
death, but the 12th held out for acquittal,
or at most a manslaughter verdict
witli a two years' sentence. This was a
pretty close call for the murderer, but
one man is suflieient and the defense
found that man in the person of Squire
Weiscr, who now claims, although lie
swore he was not against capital punishment,
that be was really oppoed to it.
An indictment for perjury ought to be
brought against him. Dilger will bo tried
again Dee. 1".
Tnr. president has appointed l'errv
Ilebnont Minister to Sp.iin and he has
accepted. He will resign bis seat in
Congress and iov. McCreary will become
chairman of the Committee on
Foreign AfTairs in his stead. Dclmont
has been absent a greater portion of his
time and the governor has virtually been
chairman of that important committee
for a year or nioie ami has made a record
of which bis constituents and the
country at lar:e are proud.
Wnliavo received, with the compliments
of Collector T. S. Hronston, Com-missioner
Jliller's report of the collection
rt Tntnrmil PtM'nliun Tt &tinvm (111 llHi.
A ktkii conducting tlie Louisville Dem
to fcell it for the last year, JMitor V. II.
Munnull announces in its issue of Saturday
that he has sacrificed it to tbe Lord
is entitled to. A number of newspapers
aro printing fulsome compliments on
-( Chairman Alfnrd's inaiingoinent of the
late campaign in Kentucky, wluYli do
not Peon, to be backed up by tlie facts.
"I So far us we are able llnd out, tlio 8th
Courier-Journal ; .jUiict wns ontirely ignored anil the
witbone Judge s.mu, ,.mi,iMit ,.,,mes from the :!d. Tlie
State Central Committee may have
Hreukinridge, Carlisle nnd Kllis, but
to Gov. McCreaiy and bis local fiinndsj
alone fs due bis magnificent triumph of
Ot it levelheaded democratic neighbor,
the IxTuition JofitNAi., makes the point
could if they wished elect somebody
! ery way over the tri-weekly. Those who
i feared Hunter Wood have nothing to do
after walking the plank from tho
tor's ollice will acknowledge their
take when they realize the work and
1 worry necessary to getting out a seven-;
column paper every day in the year.
, W'iiii.i: Cleveland's plurality in
' n is 'Si,tW2, David 1J. Francis'
j or is only l.'I.L'.'ll. ft is claimed that the
reason for the difference lies in tlie' fact
' that Francis was scotched by the saloon
irate of SI LM.If.M. 174.72 for the vear, of
which Kentucky contributed
more than any other State, except
Illinois and New York. Col.
collections in tliis district reached
within a fraction of a million of dollars.
men in ot. Louis and elsewhere, because
as mayor be had incurred their displeasure
by a rigid enforcement of tlie law I
against them. '
Tin: chairman of the Democratic State '
ine per ceniauenicoio. collection "' Committee of West Virginia telegraphs.
W.-1 per cent, of the amount collected.
t,Jt Flll1,n is ,lwUl, unvt,rmr hy a
small but sure majority and that the
ocrats for two decades ami trying in vain ,J1 1. """niii.' "vi nas larger
jont.es. 1 lie ueiiiocr.its win also nave
the legislature by two majority on joint
by voluntarily suspending its publics!-, x,TBU of seconding our noiiiination
tion. Mr. Munnell has for several years , for UOVernor in the person of Judge M.
been doing effect ivo evangelistic work .j, Durham, the (hvciisboro Messenger
and will hereafter devote his entire time ' to place tlie Hon. Jim McKenie in
to the saving of souls. nomination.
of contests.whicii nowseems , Ci.kvki. ixn's majority in Kentucky
the order of the dav with defeated re
publican candidates for Congress, what's
the mutter with Day contesting Wilson's
seat in the 10th? Fro.n all we 11111 learn,
a hiiflicient number of miners and railroad
bauds, not entitled to vote, cast
their ballots for Wilson touiakothe small
majority, on which he claims his election.
2.S.0O0, or about (!,0:K) less than in
The went lie r is to blame for the falling
! Iowa gave Harrison a pluiality of
i :i I, ti'.K!.
Cleveland's plurality in Arkansas is
! 1'7,'JKI. . 1'isk only got votes in tlie
Asa newspaper tho Cincinnati daily entire State.
Enquirer has but few equals and its Tlie Yates precinct in Madison
has no superiors in tho excel-, ty gave 1.V: majority for tlie saleof liquor
lencoand variety of its contents. We 'nt tlie late election,
will send it to you witli this paper for :i Mrs, Elizi Webster Jones, daughter
In tho Vermont House of
Tin: newspapers are giving themselves tatives tlio bill granting to women the
great concern over the future career of right of sufl'rage was defealed by a vote
Orover Cleveland, as if lie was not lurge , "I 1"- to :17.
enough mid wise enough to take care off Alex Messer, one of the notorious,
himself. Tho latest settlement of his j Hatlleld murderers, who is said to have
case gives him the presidency of tho killed '21 men, was arrested in Lincoln
timoro and Ohio railroad, which of , county, W. Va.
course is tt.o merest uosu. Tlio bank
The Hailroad Commission lias
failed and all
at Durhain, Xi C, lias
the leading inerchantsof
ted its assessment and theirreport shows j ,ol,u OI ,l m,,,,u" """
that there aro in Kentucky '2,'.)7l miles
of road, upon which it put a valuation of j
l!).Kii:i ''&". nn increase of over four mil-!
I 11 11.111 llllUIHUCS.
Hnrrison has written a letter to a
Southern merchant in reply to ono from j
,,im thnt ho appreciates tho gnivity of
lions over last year in assessment and nn
increase of 400 in mileage.
Fou the first tiinoiu 111 years u democrat
is elected to a .Statu ollice in Iowa. Pay,
democrat, in a voto of his republican
competitor for railroad commissioner
a little over ."iOJ.
the situation, and adds: "I do most sin
cerely desire to promote tho general good
I of our whole people, without reference
to Stato lines, and I shall be glad to have
! the friendly advice and co-operation of
, the law-abiding and conservative people
in all tho States."
Thu Knights of Ij.hor oxpsllcd Har-
ry and enloised l'owderly's
Californiuns eNperieuccd a severe
earthrpiake Sunday, but no damage is re-1
Mayor (irant, of New YQrk City, has
many softer berths to give nway than
has UiMijniiiiii Harrison, of tho t'nited ,
Dr. Sands, who attended Grant in j
his last illness and performed the difllcult
operation on Uo.scoe (.'onkling, died in
New York Sunday.
At l'ieire, Dakota, n cne of leprosy
i has (leveloj)ed in thechildofu Mrs. Hans-!
sum, which was born while tho mother (
was a missionary in China. ,
1 iiiiiiln imiilft mnnv miltifiiiM mit of
whole cloth. Ho characterizes him as iimiwwH Hwvmmi ; " ""' "i', ,is celebmted bitters, bis fortune being
bevond the pale of gentlemanly " " "lsl l""1 ,l ,B "" ""'
cnitioii and savs lib will take no further i ! to let Capt. Uichards serve histerni,
notice of the fellow, save to kick him as which does not expire till Febuiiry, 1S!K).
he would n dog that crosses bis path.
The statement is given out that Uueker
.tea.l irainc, and we all know Joe!
estimated at fi.OOO.OOO to $15,000,000.
John MoLeod has been apjiointed
! tSenernl Manager of the Louisville South-
rii milroa.l. He was connected with
k republicans are claiming a
show of right that they will have the t" ' - ior " l"u
is n , . . q( inm , tQ - eer.
Illnckbnri. is not afraid of bis weight in thvy j . ' M t,,e j 1 avis has written ... an-
wild cats, so bind, Iago, bind will likely , , . j . . , , , , , swer to an invitation to attend he Uic
, ; , . ,. ' noni i, it., r.vposuion, iii.u ins iieauii ,
as niucli as necessarv by deciding con- ..' .. .i
...... , ., at present wi not permit of the jour-1
tests in their own favor, as they never i
scruple in doing, no matter what the '
tiliitntit SlA tiiiuitftiniilrkMU iitt tlifki in tint
, .. 4 ., 4l. i .. , hnvo boon arrtvteu in
"'ysteriously disappeared the first of the
with bis 2,000 or :j,000 majority and give .
bis place to the Little Ued Hog on the
Wi: assert with emilUlenee that
withstanding the great hut rah about it,
I Gen. Harrison hasn't been elected
The electors who were chosen
j will in all probability vote for him, but
until thevdo ho will not be elected. They
Nine persons half of them women,
neatly uell fitted
to repiest'iit bis
government He is
highly ctteenitsl by
h i s countrymen,
and in noted for hU
nh 1 1 a 11 tli ropy,
which in wide,
reaching anil elTeC'
tlve. JJesides ImV'
with the murder of Levi Troxfell, who
A couple of railroad gentlemen will
lead a handsomo widow and a pretty little
maiden hereabouts to the marriage
altar before the merriest season of the
The Cunard steamship Htruria
veil nt New Yoifc Sunday, after one of
the worst passages in her history. One
siilor was swept ovrboird and a
else, but we betray no confidence when ' ber badly hurt.
we say that we ha've a straight tip that The Adams Kxpress Co. has made
they will not do so. , good the loss of $I,.IX) in the transfer of
" ' silver dollars from New Orleans to the
Tin: Hopkinsville Daily New Kra i new treasurv vault at Washington. A
out and is a decided improvement in tlir that amount was taken
and one full of shot .substituted.
Kdwiu T. Side, aged ol, who for
years past has traveled as an aeronaut '
witli Sanger's circu, at Uolyoke, Midss., '
went to the bel.idc of bis former
A NEW WAR SHIP.
Tim Hero, lately Aililcil to tlm ltritlili
Itatber a iwvol buttliwbip was jeccutly
added to tho Knglbh navy. Thu nnme of tbe
vi!sl fs tho "Ilt'ro.' Hlio Id built ot steel
.' 'T , -- Ct-
st ? ia --
and osrnesn single turret
In diameter, hi llils turri't uro iiiouutcd
two forty-five ton 1 ivech luiiilliig gum. Khi
has nl.vo fuur ix inch on oiit(iiis,
tuolvo quick llrlnsr and Mvernl inaclifnc
guns. Tho annul plating is tolvo inolioe
on tbe sides and foitrteun on tlm
Tlio illiiieiuloiisof tlioshijarc: length.
2T0 feet; beam, rS feet; ilmplaeeinetiU O.'.HV
lous. Hho has onglnes of (!,000 lion imuer.
iugbrcn engaged in minister de
a great number of Bw elinritles ho Is
of tho Aid Union of Swiss :i
Euroiie. M'hen in Iierlln ho was honored by
tho dosivti of doctor of law. Ho Is alio
in tho Swiss army. Cnpt. Claiared fs'a
married man and tho father of Ilvo children.
His family, how over, will not llvo In Washington,
and hii wife will not hnvo an
of entering Washington society during
tho coming scosoa.
3Iuklni; u OiiIcW Tilj.
Tho following conversation took place in
Detroit ono day:
"I would rather llvo In I'aria than any
other city in tho world."
"Why don't you go to Paris, thenH
"No money. If I had fci.000 I would bo hi
How was that for rapid trausiti Dotroit
Neitr tlm Coul,
Edith Is your ltcr engaged yetP
.ilaud Xo; hut bhe's got a situation
typo writer,--Philadelphia llecord.
Successful in Life
aiu: thosc who roi.t.ow
Practical Econoiuy in all Tilings.
Such habits and practice are largely '
due to a knowledge of the oiitnilo world
and its atlairs, gained from careful study
nnd reading of Hit- bettor il!ikuif
Ni:usrirLiu. such ai '
The Weekly Enquirer !
In Worth, Merit
.... . t. I. i i . ...I... I! i' '
. I tllllliri IIlllllll fllMHI "II Willi IIVI'll
. ....,. !..., .iivi.ii 'vir..f . -"i "" " " i motion, tin ui its.ii.
ately to deny, though admitting that he iai mere can lie no crying i iw.vk.hj iu. ,a.ar Cr)i 8,0t ,lilI1M1,, whUehiintiiiK, , lts mil,mnil,, ,,. . Hr
had introduced Kucker to Mr. Cleve-J emocrats to bo signing petitions to have tuj . ollt01.j..g bis Uwehr cr rent, more malice.
t 'i l dititirwifiit.9 MttintikMi Irrkin nltww in trl Vi ...... i
mini, uueker came nacK again, ".."- 'j""" - - - ,ind producing a fatal wound,
and usin to republicans before tie ex-
ting his formerstatement some Twuvt. Ilt.w mx ono uw,lu
verv uucomi.limentary remarks concern- Plration of their ,(jw fm,r (m. re,)0rte,i fmm
ing'the Senator, who in a final interview ! vocato. Thanks. o are glad to know I jlU.klJOIlv,,lo Sm(,av Unliicsvillf, F.,.,
charges that Uueker is a paid spy, whoi that our suggestion had the desired 'H rt.ports llvo IUW nl,;t,s ftlui 01Il. ,iea(h.
failing to get tho information ho sought, j "ere and clsowhere. W o opposed 1)lvi(, H0iU.Uer, whodied last weelc,
Jma mnnnfiiptitrp.1 hs statement out of any onon 10 uirn out wiu lepuuiuatii
I Mr. Wearen.
which Give ber a hkihI of bclneun l!fteti ( ljr.(Cr., wii)
4i..it ..tVII I. il, .. uii iiuui. luv m
will eerry (SO tons of coal, Mliteh.at a tru
knot Bjwcd. ill carry her over f.000 iniltf
Slio ljehaved adaiircbly iutlio rotcr.t English
Sliiilstrr Airrcil Do
Tlienowivpresentativoof tho Swiss
eruicout at Wnshiiigtotit Capt Alfred do
Clapared, Is a diplomat of long Maadlns,
liavin;; l,ccn in tlio scr iee fa ilvrllu
n u d Vlan.ia for
a year or you can write direct to the pub- ot tiieitictionary man, died at linage- twenty ear He
lisiier, John H. McLean, Cincinnati, as j t, Conn., aged ST,. is by descent a Hu-
indicated in thu prospectus, published I -Cleveland's majority in Louisiana is! f JJJJto K i j" diiT
in this issue; ! .",!0- 'i'lif Congressional delegation illgusbwi Iook(l)K
. . stands o to I democratic. ,1W, 0f about 4.'
I'ltAXK biwi.i:n, of Chicago, wlio is an
Hoh iolllM.. m.,,ro. wns taken from veaw. and Is urn-
.. w r n-'
especial triend ot uov. .Mcureury, seems , tIu jui, at Kt.tt.rsi,urfe Tenlli by n ntob!
to some of the governor's win-! ,
possess ,,,, ,1UMK fop 0MtnlBl;lK a y0llI1 t.orc,,i
ning ways himself. Two years ago he )
was elected to Congress by the slim ma- j JIn Tennessee Cleveland's official majority
of 1(1. This time ho goes in byjjoritv over Harrison is 1!),2M mid Toy-over
5,000, a pretty good-sized victory in lorH for j,overiU)r is ,782.. disk's vote
the erstwhile republican city by the ' js - ,;,..,
tai ds at the head of
retail fur thirty
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CAPT. FRANK B. RILEY, PROPRIETOR
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MUM M IM II
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keener in Mrs. Allen, and be- LT". !L - " " c'"',
1 - - i i i ini niviiumnwfi
cause she to elope with bun he
blew his brains out.
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