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

v-v', -? 'nr - . Ef ' :. "? ,rr-r -' V i v ,& , ., , r rl i i ar H. t i f r lU' Babes Burned to Death. N1cholanvlllo, Ky., Dec. 17. While Mr. nnd Mis. Sam Reynolds, who llvo In tho oountry several mllt'S from hero, wero visiting n nohlibor this morning, tholr house, from Boino unknown causa, caught Are. Tholr thrco children, aged six, three and one year, respectively, whom they had loft alone at home, wero burned to death. They had been locked in the house while Mr- and Mrs. Reynolds wero away. Tho parents of tlio victims returned in tlmo to see the house collapse. Tho dead bodies wero soon afterward taken from the ruins in a charred condition. Eloped to Springfield Goorgo 12. Davis, of Mortons Gap, nnd Miss Minnie Whitfield, of near Grapovino, caught tho early morn ing passenger train hoio Wcdnosriny morning, nnd wont to Springfield, Tenu., whoro they wore unitml In marriage, after which thoy came homo on the 11 o'clock train. Thoy nro popular young peoplo nnd mem bers of good ...

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 December 1899

, . I? ST ? -TENTH YEAR. EARLINGTON, HOPKINS COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1899. NO. B2 ,7W . " K - Of lYSAfe TAKSS ON NSW Y Tlio Now Year was due within on hour, mid tlio Inseparables wcro silting up to welcome Iti arrival. Ilio Inseparables m-ra three youuc men of con Cental tastes, and tin- ovtcd their tiamo to tbo fnct tlint they spent all their lelsuro tocetlier. They belonged to the sawo social set, to tbo lamo societies, and their friendship was so cciicr ally recogntzed that when n comuilttco o( three was needed at any Gathering they wcro Invariably ap pointed In a bunch. Ho it tras only natural t tint they should be sitting up together to sec the New Vcar In. Hut, though they trcro entirely congenial, It would liava been evi dent to any keen observer that ou this occasion they had something on their minds. Moreover, It would not liavo been bard to de termine what that some thing was. flthcy bad each made good rvsotu lions for tbo coming ea and, though they were t...

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 December 1899

rr lie. r ft bcjMBgc PAUL. M. MOORO, Editor and Manager. BEE MJBLISHINQ COMPANY. Incorporated Brtertdtbe Pcitoffica I Barlltigton t Second jit router, SUBSCK1PTION HATES- Uia Yer,itrlctlylndnci It oo Si Month. " " 50 ThreeMonthi. " J S rule Copies ... 1 Specimen coplei milled tree on application Correspondent! wanted In all partt ol the ccnlv. Addret at tor particulars. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1899. One Poyntz is all there is left of the great triplo headed mn chino that was so firmly relied upon to give Goobol a false cer tificate of election. Prior and Ellis have deserted the Qoobel mudboat and it is like to sink. Hero is a little table which is worth keeping to show to the man who. asks you to vote for free trade or freo silver next No vember. Failures in five weeks ending November 80th : Year Liabilities. 1890 $17,103,080 1897 14,500.107 1898 12,091,094 1899 8,010,848 Times are prosperous all admit, but if any claim for credit on this account is made by Republi cans there are 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. — 28 December 1899

t v z' J - : I : I -J T, ' (? 11 Li r $ VM X 'fci Ik 1 "23 dnbustruu'e (Lt?rire." LOCAL NEWS. t. All of Earllngton'a merchants did ,'a big Clirlfltinaa buslnoss and some ".'.were surprised at Its vulumo. The -rest (if Sunday and Christinas day ' was most wolcome to tho clerks and merchants of Earllngton. Christmas day passed on without " any extraordinary Incidents of any kind. Tho day passod oil qulotlyand tho nooplo of our town seomed to bd enjoying a day of rest from the ordi nary routlno work of ovory day'llfe. Mr. William McOary Is moving Into John M. VIotory'B rosldonco on Main Streot. Mr. Hon Flolda, of Howling Groon, son-in-law of Mr, McOary, will occupy part of tho hoiiso, having recently moved his family hero. Tho clerks In tho St. llernard Oen ernl Storo ntthls placo gave Manager Jamos It. Ilnsh a handsome Christ mas present in tho form of a 82nd degree Masonlo charm. It came lato and only afowwero In at tho presen tation but tho spirit of tho givlngand tho approprlatones...

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 December 1899

in j im-' ,' T V V' iV S y.? "? t ' ; . ps. ' LW: STjl LEAD PENCILS Were First Hade aoo Years Ago In England. The lead poucil, the most com mon of all writing impliments, is somewhat over 200 years old. The term "lead pencil," how over, is a misnomer, as", in a mineralogical sense, there is not a particle of lead in its compo sition. Tlio lead pencil origi nated with tho discovery of the graphite mines in England in 1C01. As graphite so greatly re sembles galena, tho German name for which was bloiglanzit was given tho name of biel, or lead. In tho early days of lead pencil making tho graphito was sawed into thin sheets nnd cut into strips smallor and smaller, until they wero of a sie to bo covored with light wooden slips, and thus servo as pencils. Tho first pencils created much excite ment. Tho graphito mines of England wero -considered of in estimable value, and wore pro tected by law. But there was great waste first in digging, for many or tlio pieces wero too small for cutting, ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900
Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900

ir imiu ru Bf I ciigtfi Sewage Start I r a Journeyof Pollution theMissIg IH60FTHEII6 CANAL lima m fUoxen a OetsI4e HI IR PrMIb iJt tided the Cattl 1 ot1tbii > flit Barrier Tlu 1iIieIRK ret Gradually Chicago 1anJ = 1n water Was turned into flip 1000 drain age ulaIHlbegnoW toward Locknorf where It 11 into the Pedplaincip river an cthrollgil the Illinois and Mi Ii river ta t1i golf 1111111 It 1 the canal niriecrt the colla runnel has UV for none rim IIcted from hjcago river li iuilllvesterit oY the city ti 1 15 itcH ot nail channel c anal The Last r ils J Toatwnlr with two q pates behind been all that Uept the Chlci ir and Lake jau put of t ial At toil ulc Monday nIltcliJn dredge n to cut awayall of earth a tow minute I D n in the ca c in the col1 hai mel was agafnBt the sluice b and only a fejt inob 8 of tin o mined to bo I reit oved before C I oa to realize iherdreatn of cal toa I canal In actual o ernr n 14iten the water began to 1 aclpUP against the tluieq gates tjwt1 mtrJWere k...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900

y + + M7INGTO + 7 7iC rF hiesl O I 1 I 411 P uLlritMPQ Editti t > MOORE Editt rand Publlshe r UDSORIP11l > IlAToES noyearhj HXyonthsh ceMonths tM O Sliiio C plcs 2 Specimen copies mail Uree on ap corre spon d cuts wall I tet n ail par J JnaU the par county A culars Aailrerr us forpo17 forpo17U U If n V I r THURSDAY JANUARY 41900 h j Ourselves and Yu f a makeup aTh of rnL n JP II up TIlE BEE is changed th changedday 1 ewyearThQ toper ii made re gor and begins 1QOO wi4 eight I l g of six columns eachrji G was once before anej ht si aiiciglitpaper I pcof Lof very small size nail the uj IIwas beerF oldyesspropeIlecl propelled by man p Jwor to is printed with the lof W 1 1 machinery uud in otto lOrt irJst onest k offices in oflces 1I1 ICBntutky J Jngo to11early g Nearly m lequlre a tr ad vqrtiser rU lit tatl 4g j c our subscribers bnt j011 J 0 uewsbetter clans I seated ina > move1 41J leer for heir pfrso 1 X 0 grown gradmiJjf 11 is now ifits d 1rougli allihis r pone and rest c1 ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900

jJ f f Tbt f LOCAtNEV LOCALNEVIPaipfpliy Paipfully Hurt Mr SiMomt Manch6t L Tenn 1wJo has be art vlsitfng hifij ore Sher WViASlwonivOf this plat ahnxte1 to St Charles Monday1 ew fag to ilt friends While wWtlr p fihts Ifa NortolviUo lie IStalld > n the ptatfo at the J pot the L di sTv train N602fem < ibyiihd Mr Sissoins foot ore ka I k8 out from un or him by f le I 1 flacks which yfeto thrown pit tW IralnftHq tell hurt on his fuco and WA sinfullyF Stcntenca Comm 4d governor Taylor 4u ommuteti the sentoncodf Claude itj1gton of Christian Count froiftwo years I to six moths Wadling t lWMsent p Jfor two years for Millinijr V Hca Wilson Ills yllth is the on assignee by G0vTaylpr for otn utitationI V I fifivv ftice 1v v uruem Dodge A M 8 elected the f 1II1kom J se lblllips S Df j S V 1shei d S Y g FMgthor JZVGOAtkiu en Xrcas Chas CQeUSegJtary J Br eadS D Jq Hltpl I D Pierce yers SIWI ji New Offtcisrinjf I of J > The folio 0ifT ate thi new officers of the 1 S tf lcjcl o nights of P...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900

I d k 0 t plUto ty nf and h o i oe evl vcrcly vcrclytosti jcision in any 1 and ryer or er In ng the > vornor vernorthqlty ooieys ollows ollowsnett lest im uilitary rod ex hen dls for the f which whIchhumUl j power tr he did f I li until led and i enfori1 j se tutu t i the ex i tt judge j IJouisi IJouisor i for the i threat i view o rl that the not bo 1 i had li ition ofj i ltl1ns1 x ltlun tl XPltSSNI1Tl clothed with tho j 1 o behind HIP returns Ill1n tho matt r its conten J TTlf f rt1fiutsolelpltlou would not 11 vol I u issnnd to the parties i JTo wto r m Ktd thorn is untrue As I U in he fun stated the hoard without any can aut mtv to do BO expressed all j lIh i hiifii as to what might bo the law i we should tiso contention be true But as I int the Contention was not true the opin ing ion amounta to nothing Besides j it sinftJiat time Pryorand Ellis have + le resigned thus showing their disposi ir don to wash their hands of the whole al affair Since their resignation Mr ih Poynt ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900

0 i r = 3 f r TH E 8EEf f t ° l URIUERYCn ES c tin anvesll aced By Ind J tyat frankfort OilK VHALLEN UffHR BOND l Willr led for Ac cnaior ti ar r ell Wille ceptn Brlbc Gen > din and < > r Theo Hallam Attgy for J 1 tr Whallcn I I I ff t frnnkfott KyJI IIi r istrftto George Tho isons little office in the CountyPiirt build ingwapacked to it utmost ca 1i tins after jmUlUJT ill w v viuvij lioon The occasiojK the gnth ti j i II Cal 71ni loltilring cfh grast1e goV1f Lctcharged I 1ien o JOl I tn rlptry I rith aft JlOllon try 1 wi esent IIo olIesent npr sel1tedTheodOle I tilaaiii rind Gen VIIfn1ll Tfallcal began CcAttorney tly lhiggs statc iyt the grand I tiry was tt pre S ivonsidcriiij ie AVhailon case 8 tasked that ri n titfnrlii > VOTE in o 1d U to that ribunal ande 1 hallen s and bo coiitin f 53000 C Cr llnlMm n IHnrditl lnnndX1 hat i used JIO iven his trio ° t Judge i r hbmpson at f n do that the f ared jimiiEt rear lno f blfol do el1lnl1 to It iter trlelillal I 111 ul1l1 lI...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900

2iL HArtDlN AT FRANKFORT J Makes a Stir in tibebpl Ranks by Open Opposition tlj I a Frankfort ly Jan JUrEha c Y annouiiceraettt yesterday of Gen 1i > Nat HaixHn as acanaate c for Senator created wild confu c rc ins of the Kentucky situation t Gen Hardin said c rAI find great apprehension iin the north concerting the elect < oral vote of this State iin the pre sidential election next year i Two years ago hiss Demo ti cratic party carried Kentucky by a majority of 17000 Because of bad leadership because of un democratic measures because of c actions which the party cannot defend but for which it is now proposed to make it responsible we have lost Kentucky If it is weto to be regained we must act now act promptly and act decisively we must so act as to make clear that Goebelism is not democracy New Year Rung In The New Year 1000 was very resonantly ushered in md promptly on schedule time The ringing of the bell of the Church of the Holy Name for the mid night mass about ir80 p mJ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900

r IT01J kY r o HARDEN AT FR NK RTI Makes a Stlrin tioebpl Ranks by l Open Opposition yl 4JFraukfort ly Jan > 3Dhe announeemeBit yesterday ofGen i J Pi Vat Haixlin as a e1n 1i6I1te for Senator created wild confu 4Siolt in political < cirdletf Spenlk ing of tile Kemtuoky situation 1 Gen Hardin said I find great Apprehension tin the north concert ng the eleBt > 1oral vote of this State ntho pre sidential election next year Two years ago tale Demo cratic party carried Kentucky by a majority of 17 000 Because of bad leadership because of un democratic measures because of i actions which the party cannot defend but for which it is now proposed to make it responsible Mtwo have lost Kentucky If it is to be regained we must act now act promptly and act decisively we must so act as to make clear that Goebejiism is not democracy 4 New Year Rung In The New Year 1000 was very resonantly ushered in and promptly on schedule time The bbll ringing of the bell of the Church of the Holy Naili...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900

I I I I I JlrmPr r 4 r cJ I JB RLlJSLif N r wt y i m ViSTFAeTS a 1 r Bulls and Bulletins ti PresidentaJim Wood S rrialt t Y Sp ciial Cbrresbtmdent i1 0 I1 i y S I I t f toMPAJl WITH r a L WHAT 1 OCCURRED 0 r < I i 1 t Ji k I II < itcjfYJlfff a Nut f Shell of Progress eo1 the III r g e d l 4 i3 1Stnke Situation as 1 Reported 1 < i p LL M t ft1 J I itf The folIOwiilgcsofiiparidoitof claims lllid1rQ ibtQ il ib ia o r ° ihco United ° Mitio Worjcer rep dgcItlttives ti itli r6fefwcq f p Hop kins Couutyinicieand mil rsi longsi 1 fOrth facts of nlliiitilia s t ttlangpiredy jALbQJhtfvI tdf thebusyFmoii Swhouive worllo i liitlto b 8fiiritl pklns C Q u tfdiillf1h I letreetM al tort of theagitltor t ii tllousattsfi d iiIf f OIlltiYir Jllesoalaitns uit Lions Tug Rklt has compiled from t tlo cprHf A8 1oftl pier lnrt fthesb claims anpte ado byIteid other officials of f 11 b bjo 7cocr apfindenfi uiipi 1 ij 1 l it W y 1 ki > f i u t ikcGbil rountY o Tifc Mitch i isQdtlnty oti that most o...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 4 January 1900

< < II 4 b THE BEE ARLI1gGTONb 14NEVS I i njiglVt over a crap game nt 11 J Sunday John Stewart for ly of Madispnvillo shot and lied a negro nian whose rpcov doubtful e Home Tnlcnt Dramatic Club rehearses two evenings each loans will soon be ready to an aee the date of Its first prednc wAtnong the Breakers ja Earllngton merchants aro now king up their Christmas goodsI of them showing a largo and ja a itti visitors and tho good rh1i8tb Lchjtklo already pre 1 I Jrnest Root and family J htjL their hew residence on I et last week and Mr d wife moVed into the d by them Mr Bootss the nicest cottages on J eet and is quito an add t t portion of tho city into Lecture series 4s be ng mUWi enjoyed by the people of tfjidlepnvllle and others as wollI use third of these noted lecturers I I rillbe Hon Luther Manship who rt yill lecture at the Tabernacle in I 4 that city next Tuesday evening I I Hia subject will be The Dialect of i 1 h o Nations I1 l I > ThpEpworth League of the M Ei church...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 January 1900

I r r 1 UL hv YY7 eq r > tf1 l f 0 I r 4 IIJ iI WNTa YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 11 19CO FRANKFORT NEWS i J Governor Bradley Predicts Fail ure of Qoebel Schemes < I j WARRANT FOR HARREL5 ARREST t ARRESTVotes VotesI for United States Senator < REPRESENTATIVE ROBINSON HAS A BILL > Hon Ben T Robinson rcpre t fi ehtntivo from Hopkins has < iunrters at the Hotel Fleming on Main street just in front of the Farmers Bank He says ho tthe t r appreciates hearing from his 4 friends at home and would like them to come and see him but < riot all at once momC C bdr from Warren county is chuirmnh of the House Commit h tee on Mines and Mining This at least is a mast excellent ap 4ointment Mr Grider yas ns i Bistant State Mine Inspector dur ing the last term of 0 J Nor wood as chief Inspector Judge Cantnll has fined John Whallens attorneys Theodore Hallam and P Vat Hardin f20 0t each for contempt holding that the two lawyers erred in criticis criticisin...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 January 1900

4 I r r THE BEEJEARLINGTONKY uu < u + 1 LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS NA most brutal attempt to murder was made last week atHopkinsville It seems that section foreman Ma lone caught a young negro stealing coal and was accompanying him r to 1 oli headquarters While en f route there he was overtaken by three other darkeys who without r warning commenced beating Ma lone one of them striking him in t the head crushing his skull and in fiicting a serious if not fatal injury The darkies escaped but several ar dayi During Christmas Agent Ether idge of Sobree was showing his t boys how to shoot cannon fire crack ers of which the fellows were afraid Wash showed them how harmless they were and how brave ho was by taking them in his hand and after lighting the fuse holding it until it 4 began to sparkle Finally one of them failed to sparkle and give him warning when to throw it away and it exploded in his hand inflicting a bad wound Wash was so badly K frightened that his friends think his hisI For the...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 January 1900

c I n > fr 11 j J I THE 3E EARLIWETON KY L 1 BERS Wmt REPULSED In Gen White Succeeds in Repulsing the Boers Desperate Attack on Ladysmith TNE VARYING FORTUNES OF THE IAHLE of Tile Barkers Finally Pat to Flight by A Gallant Charge of the Do e A fl at the Point of the Bayonet HttpuUeil Hverjrvrliere Kith Very Heavy Loss London Jan OIt was not until the afternoon that there was tn official eonflrmatton forthcoming of Frere Icamp rumors of Gen Whites success dt Ladymnith But at 340 p m the war office relieved the extreme tension of the waiting crowds by posting the following dispatch from the front Frcre Camp jJatul Jan 8 The fol lowing Is fro 1l11h It e dutcvi1 2 p m l Sunday Ucn WliltcH Report An attack was commenced on my ed position but was chiefly against Cae Bars camp and Wago hill The enemy was in great strength and has pushed the attack with the greatest courage a and energy Some of the intrench U meats on Wagon hill were three times taken by the enemy and again taken by us T...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 January 1900

I L l THE BE ARLINGTON KYJ I I QQ It 1 fee i PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher 1 f SUBSCRIPTION RATESj I iO neYonr 4 i f t ltOO SlxMonths 50 J Ttfreo Monthst t 2 n fi 6 Sl glo Copies > Specimen copies mailed free on ap plication wanted in all parts ofctho county Address us for par t r I ticular 1 v + < > v 5 1 THURSDAY JANUARY + iiipob t ye tDFMOCItATIO National Com J mittee Chairman Jones has con cluded not to smash trusts butI Ito regulate them d THE talk about oppressing the Filipinos is idiocy Op I pression under the Stars and Stripes is only a phrase for dem agogues agoglles1TIIE i THE United States is becoming more law abiding Last eart V there were only 107 lynchings J Several previous years had avert 1 aged more than 200J SOME of Gov Bradleys ad i mirers are talking of him for the Vice Presidential nomination this Bradle has s year Gov Bradley fl made a most enviable record as Governor of Kentucky and is i Worthy any honor Kentuckians t can give him i TRUSTS continu...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 January 1900

CI j i i inirtiv mu J7 J7i IrTHE THE BEE EARLINBTOW KY LOCAL NEWS Elder LH Tool filled his appoint ment at Nebo last Sunday AttorneyGeneral 0 J Pratt was it home a part of this week BtyjiJl t M Wheat will fill hi regular ftppointmont at Nebo sun i AY ft Ellz JV Wilson of HanSbnyhas been granted a ridowsTpolision of 8 a month 4 l Pof JtJ JL The painting on W n C McLeods now store is about complete and the l elovaT IIIll lOp I n80on v R al I Ed Cunningham has Sold his in terest in the Madisonville Steam laundry to W H Prltohett Mnnthous R Parker whoso post office IB Madlsonvlllo bus boon granted a pension of 8 per month quiet Dispatcher Sheridan was called to Ohio Sunday ulghtby a telegram announcing the death of Ills uncle i C II Murpheyiof Madlsonvlllo has embarked In tho real estate t business ami has recently consum uintod some transfers Itov Smith and Nllos nre conduct lug a revival in tho Methodist church at Mndisonvlllo Messrs I Prathor and Denton ore lending the song services ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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