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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 February 1900

tt nr 7 Y 1 ur wt I I f i y F J I r A > i I tj Jk l r l if ° J t 1 < > J THE BEE EARLllMSTON KY i 1 F W A usaeswentC oleo erneti frfKeR re + o + n e 4 I Lr LOCOMOTIVE 0 BLASTS t n A The plans are made for a now pass onger depot and extension of side track at langhtersvl11e A craW of jnon are erecting a now tank at Slaughters which will re ceive water Supply from thenew pond made near that place and which now has twenty feet of water I m While questioning witnesses from this place the Goebel authorities tried hard to show there was a con I nection between Taylor the L N and the witnesses as well as intimi Baton on the part of the railroad company I Engineer Campbell and Conductor Sparrow made a manly statement 1beoro the contest board showing 4 they had no intent of doing wrong when casting their vote here last t November and that they believe they were legally entitled to do so I On account Of sickness of Agent llann at Pembroke Sam Jameson is at work there this week 1 + As...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 February 1900

r II THE BEE EAUNETQN KY J SNAP ACTION i t a < s The Contest Boards Refuse to Walt for j Argumentst r t x k And Declare for Goebel and Beckham j Tuesday Frankfort Ky Jiin BOTho gu bernatorial contest committees by a strictly party vote nt a 80minuto session tonight ttt tho city hall do cldocl that Goobol and Beokhnm were entitled to the seats of gov ernor and lieutenant governor M B Ynrberry Honublleun mo in be r of tho gubernatorial committee and E H Reed and V H Lilly Rejiub llcans of tho lieutenant guberna torial committee dissented Shortly after tho shooting today tho Republican counsel mot and sent tho following letter to tho Dnno cratic lawyers Frankfort JCy Jan Jo lKX Messrs W 0 Colomnn G W Hickman Chainnon otc Geiitlo men lOW 0 respectfully suggest that under tho great excitement now ex isting by reason of the deplorable ovont of this morning it would bo improper to undertake to hold argu ment before your boards this oven ing After an event which ro one can condemn moro i...

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

m il THE BEr EAKLIIMBTOW KY 1 u IJJL = T oj I fq I < 1eI 4 = fee isI f 19bM MOORE Editor and Publish il i SUBSCRIPTION RATES ItA r t OJ1g OneYear 100 trgfK Six Months < 60 V i Threo Months 25 iI Single Copies I 6 i lI Specimen copies mailed free on ap V t r plication r > Correspondents wanted in all part > + + lj bl the county Address us for par 1 t a v I tioulars I i h t THURSDAY FEBRUARY 1 1900 lill l ri i ¼ r 1 rnE surPlus ltl the Nationa 1 1j Treasury for the month of De 1t comber was 7018000 The war iV iI i < j t oxpenso continues but the Treas > ury shows no sign of depletion > < TUB effect of good times on the A + 1f lrmers is that they arc payin ifi c tf their mortgages in millions of 1 v i I jjd6liars farm property is surclj Arising in value and the induce v i f ndnts and attractions of farm J lido are increasing t If > fTiiii country is in a state of L jU helpless prosperity says 001 Yutterson So the inevitable re 1ft llsuit will be that the peop...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 February 1900

+ 1 ye i Ir L I 1 THE BEE EARLIHGTOW KY v LOCAL NEWS r torn to Mr and Mrs Ryan Pow I ell last Monday night a fine boy Tho cold weather tho first of tho f > week made tho hearts of Earllngton r skators leap for Joy f µ Jorns Harrodhavo gone to Mad isonvlllo with their Palace Art Car They dld a largo amount of work while hero Tho mooting at Nobo In which r Rov J J Smith is doing the preach ing has boon very successful Quito a numbor have boon converted and joined tho church 4L r Mr Josoph Parrlsh and Miss Lan na Lynch wore married at thc brides homo near Madisonville last week They are popular young people and have tho best wishes of a host of friends Mr JH SIssom has moved his family from Mnnobostor Tonn to r < this place They will make Earl p = t lngton tfiolr homo In the future They resided here once before and like most others who move away aro glad to got back a Rov W H Moore occupied tho 4 pulpit at tho Christian church Sun day evening Ills subject was Con 1fidenco In God ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 February 1900

r a ry r THE BEE EAKLINGTON KY WI t r jBIIIftW1TH E1RNDITS d I If rcllnJackson a Railroad Detective I Shot and Mortally Wounded tI < v at Holden Mo t j p m WAS AFTER TRAIN ROBBER SUSPECTS rDJUI of the Gang Wounded and Cap RutlnclUllinif the tnircd nut the ReNt Ono Who Shot Jackson Escaped Captured Main Confesses to Na > i I mcrouii nohlierlea a f i c t Holden Mo Jan 301ohn Jack t ton a detective for the Missouri Kan < sas Texas railway from Sedalia ivas shot through the head by an un kuown man here Sunday Supt D 4 fi ti Hardy of the Missouri Pacific railway f r learned that an attempt would he I r ° I oiaflc to rob the express car on the > astboitnd Missouri Pacific train No s tc i due here at 308 ntn for St louis t x t posse was organized in Bedaltn uh 1 t I J l lee command ofAV I Cunningham i r i Secret service officer of the Missouri < Pacific railway anti left here on nrspc Mai train at 830 oclock SnmTay V nIght for Varrcnttbtirg where the I ihoriff and special of...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 February 1900

r r r r r r V > ti I r < t I I l 4 P i tt I 1 < Of r THE FEEt SARLI ETOR KY j i VG i u J SOtERIIFltATE r iI I II Qov Taylor Refuses to Issue Credentials to Blackburn at Present l 4ALL ALL DEPENDS ON THE LEGISLATURE If Voteof Various Counties Is Thrown Out the Election Is I Held to Be Illegal I Frankfort Ky Jan 20GQv ernor Taylor has decided not to give Senator Blackburn his cer 1 tificate of election until the + Legislature determines as to the contests In a letter to Judge Pryor Senator Blackburns at torney mailed tonight Gov himselfi t clear on this point He holds that if the votes of various coun Ctie and Louisville are to be thrown out because of alleged fraud these votes also affecting the representatives in those I counties and that city they must J v be declared not entitled tosoflice j1 In other words he contends that A i j if the Legislature decides to throw out these votes it practi oally commits suicide Not be ing a Legislature represnting all of the people of Ke...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 1 February 1900

f 1i tl a v Fee µ tKtit Y1 A l JkV Yi h C 4 r iF t r pt I t < 1 p V < JPJ j n > tI rtli llIic f lf 1 1 1iW t I oh n n r r 61 I t + d f Xi1 > 1 F < I f f G Y ili tfAti 40F I 1 j j f t t f iiJ rf1f 1 L THE BEE EARLiNGTDN KY f J MORTONI I 1 I R J t l 5 it Continued From First Page j f f J t italy or at all analyze or dis > t 3 is in detaIl thIS evidence v Such a course would unduly ex J tend this communication and it were better not to discuss it at C all iinless it be discussed fully 1 therefore only state the im r r pressions it has made upon me The evidence offered by the con t testants to the offices they seek Their claim under the evidence jn my judgmentis without found ration in law or in morals i 1 It does furnish ground of pa + peal to party passion and preju 4rr dicej and in the hands of able l and adroit lawyers it aflords am 6 µ ple material for the construction as it were of a gang plank of ex 1 cuses down which to possibly t force the contest committee co...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 February 1900

tel 1 > t I 1 I t Fkr L y nrn ii lice 4 ruii J ru 1 1 v li 1 h I i fI Ve t t 4 r If C i j t 0 1 1ti t 11 LE ENIaYEI EARL1NGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8 190O 1l5 IN DEFENSE OF TAYLOR1r > f4 > v v1 I Statement > to they Associated Press by a Close 1friend of the Governor Frankfort Ky Feb ST1io following fetatement in regard tp the positioii taRe ltby the Repub j f licans inthe present controversy c over the Governorship df Ken tacky was made today by oleo i high in authority in the Republican lican party The statement was made to a correspondent of the Associated Press with the full knowledge and personal ap ap every word and the interview iiiay be regarded therefore as official < HThe Legislature was I con plaint I constitutional provisions It Cannot legally act anywhere else t and allr attempted acts donekby a i auy rump Legisllaturo anywhere ff else rtvoid The matter must t d llbo amicably settled or there is I 0iiO surrender The Republican Republi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 February 1900

r it Jf nw 4 I < < < > J r i tI J THE BEE E ARLINGTON KY J Ih r N fSI w r 2 g LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS l h rt h Aj < J d F y js said that our popular operator h I J r Q r J Martin now contemplates quit I tthg the telegraph business and be + cSining a fireman on the Henderson n ldlv1sion Master Mechanic Walsh r land foreman OBrien have assured him of a position as soon as Dis patcher Sheridan sees fit to relieve lr him from his present duties i Brakeman hey Lane is now coy n i k L y x t s fined to his home with a case of the 1N 4 v smallpox of a mild nature thi e 4 = r railroad companies of Kentucky eft after the assassination of Senator + v Goebel to prevent destruction of property by unscrupulous persons s L Hwho never stop to think or investi 1o iy gate before they make an effort to t lei ri < wreak vengeance regardless of the o c > l guiltor innocence of the tyDavis d f7 SuperJsor Sullivan nndDavis t f made their monthly trip to Evans rowJ I 1l b master In making ou...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 February 1900

V w r w r 4 i i P I rrv 7 = 1 Q I t A THE BBS EAHLIBETOa KYL ridCt rJ4 A ri 4 uc Without a Newspaper Tho following paragraph now going the rounds of tlie prress contains moro truth than poetry What is home without a newspaper A homo without a newspaper is no home at all It J is a kind of a dreary deiln ren dezvous of bedbug and flea where the inhabitants live iu p blissful ignorance of what the world is doing It is inhabited by a class who do not know who is present who never find out a thing that has happened until long after overyona else has for r gotten it The children grow up in rags and dirt while the wife generally finds consolation in y darning socks and lugging a pipe h loaded with long green tobacco t and the man geherally lives bs cause he cant diennd he is too qlazy to kill himself Ire goes f out on election days and does ti not know who ho is voting for < but just takes the ticket like a 1 threshing machine takes a sheaf iof wheat t D REPEAL THE LAW t LAWI 1Goycrpor ...

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

I4 5x i V 15MR1Y t rr f t A 1 THE BEE EARLIIMGTOW KY I f j I c t R Jc J r ij r i I 11 c i f e jj IL Nh j ae APAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher ill A Ii ott t otJ r t = 1 f SUBSCRIPTION BATES ti aa One Year 100 60I < Three Months 25 ff y Single Copies 5 Y Specimen copies mailed free on ap if irc L 1pltoatton NJ Correspondents wanted in all parts ° i of the county Address us for pa l idticu1ars J j YI wS = THURSDAY FEBRUARY 8 1900 I < s X 04 11 04k = 0 l honoI r > l + dishonort or t k i if aisfranchiscment J i 11t 1 ir Jt IN these days wheresoever two f 1 f1i of three are met togetherIf 1i 1 tlte y be DcniOcrats of the lading r tl srt there is a I1cgislativeiljou nt it w session i r ll Tm Goebol law must be wipe d r r front the statute books There j msno liberty no peace for Ken I t ijifcuoky as long as it is left to nisi i lace the will of the people rlij + THE convening 0 Hhe joint session on paper Or otherwise it1 has become a chestnut The 1 time or place or attendance mat...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 February 1900

r r P ir T T r ri i u 1 T J THE BEE EARLlr ETON KY ° lOCAl BEW A U I Charley Hayes Is now watchman At tho No 0 Mine Henry Qutnzor has resumed his carpenters work with Leo Oldhams force Tho smallpox scare at Slaughters vlllo has about abated and tho guar = antine has boon lifted Contractor Lee Oldham has be gun tho erection of a cottage on Me thodist Hill fir Mr D W Umstead The ground hog saw his shadow last Friday and this is said to b6 a Hiiro sign of bad weather for several weeks yet Mr John Hill and family of Nebo liayo moved into tho Oldham prop erty and are now bouafldo residents of our city E E I3ades while doing some carpenter work Saturday cut his hand with a hatchet inflicting a painful wound Mrs Jonnlo E Mooro has in her possession sumo oranges grown in Darlington They are about the fjlo of tin ordinary kid glove orange and arc well developed Mr Howard Caldwell tho County Y M C A Socrotay attended tho meeting hero last Thursday night Mr Caldwell an earnest faithful workora...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 February 1900

a b THE BEE BARUWSTONi KY J r7 ijMMI z m fR f 1 p ti h eead of the Pension Bureau Sr5J sBefore the Committee on J IL Invalid Pensions IiiJ rt a t E Rw REVISION OF PENSION LAWS NECESSARY The CouiiuUiiloncr Explained Man t Thin KM to the Committee In He ward to the Worklnic of the Da tau unit Received n Unanlmotm Vote flf Thank AYasIilngton Feb 4 Commissioner r 4of Pensions lawns was hccrd by the 1house committee on invalid pensions p ° tvlntive to pension legislation In view ott Irccent hearings of Grand Army del t cgations nnd others interested in pen i lions the hearing attracted more than usual interest > Mr Evans expressed the bellef that the time had come for u revision ot h1 generulI I laws had become complicated by so f many decisions and Constructions that v hi believed it to be essential to have a I general revision in order to get at the req moaning of the law and the de 7 sirtrs of congress toward the pension e eriJ He link therefore rcommended n t cflinmlssiqn to revis...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 February 1900

rt 6 I s THE BEE EARLIiVGTON KY iTHE POWER OF THE GOVERNOR TO ADJOURN THE l W xLEGISLATURE V Tins power of the Governor to adjourn the Legislature and cChyenoit under Section 80 of the constitution has been submit ted to a conference of distinguished lawyers with the request that they carefully examine it and give their opinion uppn it and we i are authorized to state that after discussion and examination a ma jority of those lawyers reached the conclusion that he had such power that like unto the pardoning power it was conferred upon him to be exercised at his official discretion and that he alone was the judge of the emergency and of the time and place of convening That this was a distinct power from that conferred to adjourn theI Legislature when the two houses could not agree as to adjournment and had no connection therewith that it was an extraordinary power conferred to meet an unusual and extraordinary emergency which emergency might happen as well when the Legislature was in...

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

s Y u i1 L I to > THE BEE EAfcLlNETaN KY t = L = 7 = = = L f i St Charles Notes t I l Messy Uas Loug and Hughie r jiJ l I Grn ILtrn visited the county seat Sat upt8 I j l1S 4 I k r t VfIEr Scott of Dawsonwas in r pcy Fridayh k c l Barton find Rex McEiien who at t x > r iciyiitthe South Kentucky College ftF aseftt Holne on a visit They were Bradd d r > a Idyj a resident of Hopkinsville r Ir Richard Perry who has been c I practicing dentistry at this place bas returned to his home at Daw son The ice cream supper given by ihelady members of the Christian Church Friday night was a success i and those who were there report a I nice time Mister hey Brashear of Corydon 1 11 visiting relatives here V1 t herl C l V mother In Caldwell county this rmeek t Y meekMrs Irs Riordan who has been very C vCt f 1ililjr sometime past Js thought to i n1 be slowly improving it tj l > Misses Ena Faull and Mattie Todd t at visited friends In the country Satur hI y r i i i Mr Hcalledon his best g...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 February 1900

7TT 4 4 tw r J j r r 4 J f I 1 I < d b R ELEVENTH YEAR EARL1NGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 18 1900 NO 611111 i OF HIS OWN CREATION i Assassination of Goebel the Logical Sequel of s Desperate Political Methods iGOEBEL AND HIS CONFEDERATES RESPONSIBLE JKf Unscrupulous Party Dictator Reaped Fury of m t Popular Indication 1 If WHAT LEADING JOURNALS OF BOTH PARTIES SAY J 1 j Atlanta On Journal Dem i When we come to look at the state of semirevolution that ex t fists In Kentucky we cnn not escape the conclusion that Goebel and i his confederates are responsible for it We do not believe that i any unprejudiced man in Kentucky or outside of it doubts that it Taylor was elected w electedwheeling > b wheeling W Va Intelligencer Rep J v Ir Goebel has been instrumental in creating a condition in Ken 1 J tucky that has fanned a righteous indignation into a fiarfte of fury J V While his assassination 18 to be most vigorously condemned the a t fact must not be smothered that...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 February 1900

I 1 t t i L > 1 AfI J Nji 1 f f KYn J c rilr i t t 1 I TfIi i i4 1 110 1 rlr 1 l1 tU i ti rlrLOCOMOTIVE BLASTS I hl i I The facts In the killing of the dar 1 key watchman at Crofton last week S as we have been able to glean them is that while the deceased was at 1 tending to iris duties as watchman somo unknown person shot him through the head and afterwards placed his body on or near the track so that it was struck by a train and knocked some dlstadco badly man j gling the body when it was found some time afterwards So far no j clue to the murderer has been found t and is feared never will be The de r ceased was a young man and leaves a wife and child Brakomau Star while doing some switching in the yard hero last Fri I r day night came near losing his life He was at work between the tracks when an unsoen engine came along and Struck him knocking him down and badly cutting and bruising his head and face Ho was kindly cared for by the xrailroad company and j s then sorit to tho ho...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 February 1900

r t v 1Jr h t w rI7 f THE BEE EARLIWGTON KY t u = = = = = BRYANS EASTERN TOUR l Built Little Platforms for Every y body and Returued Smiling F J t I Washington Di 0 Feb 14 Mr Bryans eastern tour was a great success He managed to got on every side of every ques tion which could be possibly con sidered in the coming campaign and therefore retires to the Nest flattering himself that ho has given everybody a little platform on which to stand long enough to cast a vote for Bryan in 1900 The most striking feature of his trip was the evidence which he brought forth that the silver question must be relegated to the background that anti oxpansion is the most unpopular proposi tion he could offer and that his chief reliance now is the imperi alistic bogie whatever that may be WILL GET CHEMICALS Slack Piles Arc to be Investigated for this Purpose 1 Severn gentlemen from Memphis S Tonn who have arranged with President Jno B Atkinson of the St Bernard Coal Company for tho treatment of tho refuse...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 February 1900

i 1 r THE BEE EARLINGTON KY t 3 1 a = I eeJ f PAUL H MOORE Editor and Publisher I I mktt ti SUBSCRIPTION RATES 1i t f Ono Year 1 00 SixMonths 50 Throe Months 25 < Single Copies 5 1 Specimen copies mailed free on ap placationI partlf s lf 6f tho county Address us for par f ticulars THURSDAY FEBRUARY 151900 4 h SINCE Mr Bryan said we must have more money and that we a couldnt get it without free and unlimited coinage of silver al though we didnt get free silver I we have had added 500000000 to our money in circulation and 000000000 of it is in gold r HOK ARTnun SEWRM late run ning mate of W J Bryan says a the latter will bo again nomi fitted and again defeated And Mr Selvell endorses President McKinley administration This item is not a subject of much comment in Democratic news papers papersTHE THE Democratic branch of the Senate at Louisville continues to sit without a quorum There is nd law against the pow wow and palaver of any small number r of citizens so long as their meet in...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 February 1900

H + U wlr j 0 a I I THE BEE EARLIWBTOrv KY = I LOCAL NEWS I Iss Saltto F card is on tho sick i A st this weckI Mrs RM Wheat who has been < sick for BQveral weeks is improving The public school has boon closed down this week on tho account of smallpoxAttorneyGeneral AtlornoyQoneral Jr Pratt is at homo in Madisonvlllo attending Cir suit Court Born To Mr and Mrs Walter Favors a girl baby Thursday morn ing last February 8 1000 On account of tho smallpox sltua tlon mot all tho religious services wore declared off last Sunday Jas 11 Dean has been on tho sick sicko list part of this week as tho refcult of a fall reeoived Monday morning Tho local lodge Knights of Pyth Ins has received a number of now members recently T33 strong or der is gaining ground h Mrs Nancy Pugat ds been very low for several weeks with fever Her condition has been very serious but It is thought she will recover Joe Mothorshead after several at tempts was finally successfully vac cinated so successfully that ho was...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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