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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 January 1900

> q T r xvwawr 1 w IIi tt 7 I 1 I Tj7i I J v I THE BEE EARLIWGTON KYf tiiIEmeplorable l y U MNI Deplorable Results of a Tenement House Fire in New CityI THREE PERSONS DEAD SEVEN INJURED 4 The Inmates of the Building Were Penned In by the Plumes Which Started In the Cellar and Many Barely Escaped Firemen Nearly ti Suffocated SuffocatedNew L New YorkJan 7A tenement house fire on East Ninetyaocond street re sulted in three deaths and soven per sons being injured vrho Dead 1 Mrs Mary Sutherly a widow Prank Sutherly 0 years old James Sutherly 22 months old both sons of Mrs Suthjurly ThelTjired lTjiredt t Harry Sutherly Mrs Sutherlys SutherlJsfiveyearold 1 fiveyearold boy critical I Raphael Pitlzzo bruised Fire Lieutenant Stone Fireman Michael Edean t Michael Sullivan Charles McCarty Martin OLe ry overcome by gas and smoke smokeStarted Started In the Colin The fire which started in the cellar had gained much headway before the firemen arrived because of another fire In the same distric...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 January 1900

j = TT 7 r Ji f1f IITHE BEE EARLIN5TON KY I 1 lKENTUCKY KENTUCKY III STA ES ENJ Every great man has a fad say B Irvin S Cobb staff correspon dent of the Louisville Evening Post writing from Frankfort Some great men have two fads For instance now take our worthy exSenator and our con versational next Senator J 0 S Blackburn The particular pet fad of1 Mr Blackburn is his foot Years and years ago a long time before Mr Blackburn discover ed that Mr Goebel yas the I greatest man in the world and I the host handy to tie to in event I tof had remarkably small foot and j and remarkably high instep Mr Blackburn is not a man to hide I his light under a bushel or his foot under an overshoe Forthwith he proceeded to plant that foot where it would do the most good before the public Mr Blackburn always wears a neat new lowcut shoe withn high French heel and whether ho be addressing an au dience and Gawd sinwltane ously or simply sowing s and reaping laughs or talking to a friend or taking one or ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 11 January 1900

w THE BEE EAt LI1H TON KY r T u RJIRiT 1pO1e1NeMrsSis71 n I 4 I v 1 imCULTURAL Democratic spellbinders are r now evolving a theory to show the disadvantage of increased 4 wages Higher wages they will t say mean of course greater cost of production and necessi tate a higher charge for manu factured articles and the farmer I is therefore compelled to mort gage his farm to buy silk hats firand rosewood hayrakes h t t 4ii Yes shoes have advanced butt f the 26 which a good yearling lcalf now brings will pay for the ii t family supply for one year but the 5 or 6 which the aforesaid t yearling would hardly bring in FreeTrade times would leave withI I good old Democratic stone bruises on the childrens feet with shoes at calamity prices pricesk A whole situation and difference differencei i 1 is practically summed up and il lustrated in this incident Carmi Ill Times t I The reciprocity treaties which I have been framed under the Mc Kinley administration and are now before the Senate will if ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 January 1900

TI1T I c t J f 41 rr J I i5I t rf t I 1t ii t Jf II ELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTOtt HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 18 1900 K e I I t FPS I jI ft I l r tic icy y 3A I r 1k FRANKFORT NEWS Members of Contest BoWs Ad fait Charges but Co ue to Sit tn Judgmei ALL DECISIONS FOR DEAKCRATS Interesting Resolution Introduce by Sent v for Howard If Tr I MANY VISITORS AT FRAIKFORT The Goebel contest blirds in answer to the objection made by Taylof and Marshal affo their eligibility practically I witted i the charges that they wre not qualified to sit on the ces but declared that they would con tinuo to sit and give uhatover verdict they c1lOsee rybody knows what that will bin I Senator Crenshaw adtjlts that hcfwas in FranKfort ntjljhe time > Goebel was urged tol 1 contest the seats of Taylor and Marshal but says lto did not do Iho urg ing ingMr Mr Henick a mombof the Contest Committee hatlthad a word to say on the chpge that he had a wager on Goe bels suc cessbut he remains a member of th...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 January 1900

a I rN G V V i Y I l1 I I t TA j rjl t F 4 ° r THE BEE J EARLI1 I TON J KYtr tr L 1 p t ° 1 a r q t i 5 I a Jbill ill ill1A r r j + LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS 1 < One of the worst wrecks ever oc curing on the Henderson Division 1 1 took place last Saturday night when 1 1tw freight trains running in oppo site direction came together at a point near Hopkinsville and the re C sult was that both engines pynU abont I n dozen cars were badly tOrn upI Some of the cars will be a total lossand it will require an outlay of several thousand dollars to repair the engines Who was to blame for the disaster is not at this writing positively known but so far as heard the trainmen seem to bo innocent and as we understand tho dispatch or is free from blame and it only re 1 mains a question of which one of the two operators are responsible Trains were delayed about twelve hours A tank of coal oil which burst j ed Vnd from which the oil continued to pour for several hours caused the officials much uneasiness...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 January 1900

n 0l nyGS THE BEE EARLINGTON KY I d 1 f I i If I CENSUS OFFICE SUGGEST ON Vvrlculturlnts Hcqucntcil to Irjrjmro TIioinselViH to Aimwcr the cili t tlr Enumviutorfl Quc tlonfi Washington Jan 10 Directc n + of the Census Merrlum suggests 14 the Agriculturists of the country tha they use some of their spare time bt twjcn now and June next in thoroughly pre oaring themselves to answer promptly end accurately the questions relative re1atlvQfo fo the acreage quantity and > value of crops the quantity and value of nil arm products animal and Vegetable he cost of fertilizers and farm labor tnd in fact all the items of farm opera opemdOnJr dOnJr for the calendar year 1899 Which the census cliff I are byluw jbinpcl < d tcTflscerlaln This he says vlll result in a full and accurate cen sus susHAVANA HAVANA CUSTOMS RECEIPTS rke Total Collection at Harana for the Month of December 12x t ecetlctl Thono of Any Month i Washington Jan 13The war de partment ins given out for publica Jon a stateme...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 January 1900

1 t tI I I ry I THE BEE EARLINBTQN KY 1 f i t ry t iras ir ras 1 1I l 1 1 r I 1 1 Y 1P i i Bee PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher D SUBSCRIPTION RATES OneY art < v 1 Six Months 60 Three Months 2 Singlf Copies vi > < Specimen copies mailed free otiap plication > < Correspondents wanted in all part of theo county Address us for par ticulars THURSDAY JANUARY 18 1900 V SENATOR HANNA says that pros perity of the working peopie am the retention of the Philippine Will be the chief among the is sues in the next Republican plat form Both are sure winners A DECISION by the Kentucky Court of Appeals of a question of vital import to tho State by a strict party divisionfour Demo crats against three Republicans is a sight to make angels weep THE proposed Democratic plat form for 1900 published in THE BEE last weeks has met tho en dorsement of a number of Hop kins county people who have taken the trouble to say that it touches the spot TUB Court of Appeals has de tided to reinstate t...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 January 1900

t s THE BEE BARLIWETON KY L 1 s 1st 4 i LtiCAf NEWS Horn to Mr and Mrs James Toft ft1 boy I flneboyOn On account of the Illness < jjfi w1fo Rev R M Wheat failed toll his appointment at Nebo last w day Tho lake that la belng oonatirudd for tho Li tfvRallrdkd Compfo near Slnujjhtersvilley shearing cn plotlon Elder JH Tool filled his app Pt mont at the Christian church < ro last Sunday He had a good cofo gatlon at each service Ernest Rash and wife have ir ed here from Hoola and have ton rooms with the family of Mr in McGary on Main street The Misses Williams who the boon tho guests of the fan of tioorgo Robinson have return to tholr homo near Hanson Mr and Mrs Gfeorgo Sadler ave routed rooms itutho house occ lied by Louis Houlihan and faml and have Bono to housekeeping Ben Ashby and T E Hlhb lave bought the stock of groceries < Hall Drop nt Mudlsonvillo am will continue business at tho old and r I Rev R M Wheat will fill 1 ap pointment at tho ME C trch trchSouth South Sunday S...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 January 1900

w krrpi1waLwWry o f L THE BEE EAtfLINKSTOiM KY msmcrsnnesa + osfnama r i I 4 K h Ia r rI I r i i f i r 8 E f a jIb0 TOUGH FOKPRYOR Famous Lawyer No Longer on Goebcls Staff Breach Between Them Said to Have Widened Frankfort Ky Jan 13Au other tower of Democracy no longer stands like a beacon inthe Goebel lines ExChief Justice Pryor whom even Goebel could not swerve from his duty is no longer numbered among the counsel employed to push Goe bels campaign of infamy There bas been a rupture and Judge 3ryor will not appear for Goebel again He was to have assisted McQuown before the Court of Appeals Thursday but the breach came and ho did not go into the caseYesterday when Sam Shackel ford heard that two Democrats on the Appellate bench had de clined to vote to reinstate the injunction against Mackoy and Cochran he rushed to the Senate and broke the news to Goebel Goebel went oil in a hurry and for the rest of the day there were doubt and distress in the Goebel campThe The Courts of Justice...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 January 1900

1Y TLr L L r vPTr LI 0 1I = THE BEE HARLIWBTQW KYI t A ih C I 7I 1 J I I f jj cL rr CHESSIIAK ffJ ffJSJjiAII11 SJjiAII11 NSLJ PD One tjtff toe Olsfivtichised Sri > s V Sortie wh m Things I t Hobo Republicans Fed Who Voted For the Populist Senator V I The following criticism of jSen ator OrenehW was communi cated to Hopkineville Messen ger of last wrek You are so fry as we know and believe and honest and much respected citizen of Chris tian county You were elected state senator from the senator ial district composed of Chris tian and Hopkins counties You were elected as a Populist Democrats Populists and Re p blicans voting for you be cause you were regarded by all as an honest and safe man You opposed the Goobel law on its passage yet you were an earnest partisan and supporter of Goe bel at the last election aud some persons were puzzled to under stand how you could support Goobel and yet be hostile to the platform on which Goebel tood It is farther said by persons living in your...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 18 January 1900

J t 3 hi a i f o f Jt t THE BEE ERI LIiGT0N KY I 1 ji > 1 T i t 1 r r t S 1 l t F i r I j A r y I ADDRESS TO THE DEMOCRATS t Honest Democratic State Central Committee Makes or Ringing Statement of THE SITUATION itf KENTUCKY I To THE DEMOCRATS OP KENTUCKY An unexampled campaign against representative govern ment which began two years ago with the passage of the Goebel law moves rapidly to a climax In the name of Democracy every principle dear to every citizen of Kentucky has been stricken down The safeguards erected about the ballot box by every libertyloving people have either by a statute or in violation of every statute been ruthlessly swept aside With the entire election ma chinery in their hands ignoring every rule of justice common honesty and fairness incompe tent election officers were ap pointed for a particular purpose The changes of election officers were secretly made the night pre vious to the election to better carry out a foul conspiracy to wreck and plunder the bal...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 January 1900

y n r hJ + f 3 rfL iii > 1 tit 1 k f V SYs t I Aff 11 ii1 t r 6t i iL 11 < 11 t I > Ij I 7S 1ELEVENTH YEAR EARL1NGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JANUARY 28 1900 NO i 1 r 111 APPEAL FOR A FAIR TRIAL I AThe Republicans Issue an Address to the People of Kentucky A STATEMENT OF THE FACTS A S Strong Protest Against Contest Being Tried by Packed Juries I THEY DEMAND A FAIR < TRIBUNAL is ti iF1tt1NKFOBT Kv Inn 10The Republican managers lace issued the following address to the peo ple of Kentucky In it they set forth the trickery which has es tablished the packed juries now hearing the contest cases and the avowed partisanship of the Con s test Board They express their 4willingness to go before any fair tribunal and submit their case upon its merits and they appeal 4to the manhood of the State to take such action as will prevent I the contemplated outrage upon civil liberty The address in full is as follows To the Citizens of Kentucky Owing to the disturbed state of the pu...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 January 1900

s 4wrb + r I r Y THE BEE EARLINSTOW KY 4wr67n4I I j 0 lOCOMOTIVE BLAST Debs it seems is determined he t will not down arid is therefore try f ing to build up his lost reputation n I it Iftbor lender and it is almost cer t ln that he wIll never again ber found with the gang who advocate t f tearing up track and car burning inf cruder to gain a pointI The plans are out for a great exf tension of side tracks and the lay In 1 1 I of new ones at GuthrIe by the L J N and we understand Master of 1 Trains Devney favors in addition tithe 1 the increase of yard capacity a 1 1switch engine being placed there 1 This will mean a great saving oft time totrains which now lose hours r c i dally switching there 1Agent Walker of Clarksvllle tai I ngain been promoted now filling the position of superintendent of terms mils In addition to that of general agent there J Train Dispatcher Sheridan made r trip to Guthrie last Saturday on J business of importance Mr Whitlow who for a while was < assistant...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 January 1900

Th LLJJ r fT o THE BEE EARUIMETOW KY Jtt J 1 t rJ p SENTIMENT 1 Vr A > > r Honest Kentuckians i Against t J k Goebclism i 1 J GROWING DAILY AND DAM X V f The j Goebeliles Are Uncertain of Their I Strength and Are CarefuTof i < Making a Test i i v iI LATEST FROn FRANKFORT SPECIAL TO TilE BRE V Frankfort Ky Jan 24It can bo said upon best informa S tion tint the sentiment of hon est Kentuckians against the rule Iof Goebclism is growing daily and daily gaining adhprents from the ranks of former thick 4and thin Goebel men TIll growih 4 and strength of this sentiment can not be known or guessed by those not in close touch with af tfairs here and through the Mate A MateExpressions Expressions of this feeling come from sources that would not be I thought of Of course it will take much to overcome thp strong Qoobel leadingin tho General Assembly and the Contest Com mittee as theyare constitued but there is a ray of hope that fairness may triumph The Goe liol jnen are uncertain of th...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 January 1900

Y r rIiWP p y t Ie < > qtr ot tS > t ii Ii WIfE m E a trARLI jJ G T N Y r V i k0t iJ i u2n L li 2 Hi I tQ 3ee I 1 PAUL M MOORS Editor and Publisher 4 d L t SUBSCRIPTION RATES V t 1 t TM One Year 100 r > SIx Months GO < J Throe Months H d 25 + i Single Copies 5 jpp Specimencopies mailed free on ap k Correspondents wanted > in all parts of the county Address us for par tioularsTHURSDAY THURSDAY JANUARY 25 1900 EXGOVEBNOR BRADLBYB manly ye fight for the rights of the people is commendable indeed He has always been the friend of the masses I massesIT IT seems now that the United States Congress will send Mor i mon Roberts back to his home in I Utah The American people still have a regard for the sanc I e tity of the home I I i THAT evidence in regard to the 1 illegality of the arlington elec i tion is a fair sample of Goebel i ism It shows to what extent 1 some men will go in order to carry their point But the better element of the people are ready I to denounce such s...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 January 1900

i1 7 1 I r M 1 hi THE BEE EARLIN5T01S KY I LOCAL NEWS r L J L McGregor has boon town towfllml stof 01omnn Rose who omnn was hurt In 1 n rook at Hopklnsvllle some li ago is improving t g McGregor found a flat key In it of Robinsons store which the aor can have by calling on him Evangelist J J Smith began a mooting at Nobo Monday night nov R M Wheat will join him to nlfcht nlghtontraotor Lee Oldham has begun the construction of a new residence ion his vacant lot near the school house fJ j houseJ J H Sissom of ManohestorTonri has sold his stock of goods at that place and will move to Earllngton at an early date Mrs William OBannon of Mor tons Gap was adjudged insane Sat urday and taken to the asylum at Hopklnsvillo Her mind has been gradually falling for some time Judge Dorsoy has handed down his decision in tho ease of Payne vs Morris In tho contest for Mayor of Providence Ho decided that Mor t ris was tho legal holder of the ofllco Tho Ancient Order of United Work men jvlll hold its ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 January 1900

t r I r J < I9 1 hi 0 1 i f I I Jf j > y I < THE BEEt EARLINGTOIM KY II > q HK q t < i r < i > m FUANKFORT NEWS II > McKiniioy Deinocrat was seated in the place of Taylor i Republican representative of Trigg County Tuesday t f l > In the Senate J Embry Allei or Lexington was allowed to re thin his seat i 4 < i > > I Mr Walton represented from C Hart county introduced a bill Tuesday for the extension of the common school term v t Frankfort Ky Jan 23The qasesof the commonwealth against the L N railroad and Ji against the 0 0 railroad for It < discriminating in the accomim i dations furnished colored and 0 1 white passengers were dismisse in the Franklin circuit court this morning The witnesses for the prosecu tion Ed Lane Jim Woolfolk and Wyatt Beatty all colored test 1 + ned that the accommodatior goor r r < as those for the white passer i f gels ILocal Option in Kentucky I > The temperance jnen and wo inch in Kentucky tried in vain to hav...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 January 1900

JM 9 q THE BEE E ARLINGTON I KY uh f C yFg WAS ALMOST A RACE WAR r Negroes Beat White Han at Hay rfNegroeS M field and Cnuse Trouble Mayfield Ky Jan 22A + f street fight between tho 12year old son of Col Sam Greenland I and a tall negro boy late this afternoon may yet be the out growth of trouble Tho young youngIl sters were fighting near South street railroad crossing when Mr I 1Jos A Jones a leading commis aion merchant and poultry dealer jftme along and attempted to I ni arate the little fellows In do Jf go three negro women ran up id began to fight Mr Jones eating him unmercifully with bricks and sticks and being helpless to defend himself he vas at their mercy Alfred Dale a husband of one i of the women then joined in the game and would have gotten in I dangerous work had it not been for the arrival of some white men The son of Mr Jones want xed to avenge the treatment given q his father but was prevented by the officers By time the negroes had J reach uYGfe court room the news...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 25 January 1900

itlJtt LI kir1 L 7 a A THE 13EE EARLINGTONJKY + II 1 1 i Ministers May Act Y 1 J rankfort Ity Jan 10It J Jigs been suggested tpt a con I i tl vention of the ministers of the i thet of their creed or politicat affil + iations be jcalledo > jneet in 1 Frankfort f the object being to i affordjtlSb clergymen of the State anpj portunity of viewing with tjzeif own eyes the present con t yuition of things in the State capital tal The suggestion has been made a i and next it is expected that ac actI to the calling of the convention will be undertaken Such a gath ering of earnest Ohristian men intent on doing what is best for the moral uplifting and salva S tion of the Commonwealth in the + present crisis would have a wide spread effect Possibly no such I convention was ever held in this country but it is equally true that no such emergency ever ex isted in this orany other state of i the American Union Desperate Desperatet remedies and if ever a hideous J I t malady like some foul cancer...

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

1 r rf L 14i t Ir f j 4 1 Mt i tUi L I t Ie S l t I PJ I s ELEVENTH YEAR EARLII GTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1900t 4O 4 f Ir r DEPLORABLE a Attempted Assassination of Senator Goebel Before the Capitol WAS SHOT THROUGH THE RIGHT LUNG I i Shots Came From Window in the Executive e Building 1 MILITIA CALLED OUT AND FURTHER TROUBLE AVERTED r r 1 Frankfort Ky Jan aoWi liam Goebol with a bullet hole through his vitals lies in his I rooin nt the Capital Hotel li At the portals of the Capitol 1 building he was stricken down by an assassins bullet and fell groaning upon the most historic hill of soil in Kentucky just at ton minutes past eleven oclock this morning + Meanwhile Frankfort is mad with excitement The chamber in which lilts doc tors work over the groaning form of Goebel is the only quiet spot I in the town V Everywhere else are excited 4men and wild rumors and grim hearts Frankfort has gone back to the time of tho Middle Ages The culmination of Ken tuckys six month...

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