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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 February 1900

THE BEE EARLIIMSTOIM KY I 11j ll llfj iyf 11 tHbrrlble Fate of Congressman t f j w Charles A Chic cd1 g of t > New York Ir Mfr rail FOUND DEAD DY GRAND UNION HOTEL Ho IIal Leaped or Fallen During the ttltrltt From a Wlmlotr In HIM IINk 1ij4 1 kto the Home CottSressuauCharles I Charles A Chlokering of Copenhagen I N Ywas found dead outside thu Rraml Union hotel in this city lie had either fallen or jumped from n fourth I story window of the hotel hotels The body of Mr Chickcrinj wiw found on the sidewalk ot the JOlty first street side of the hotel under f j the open window of Ins room which x Was on the fourth floor by a milk milki i roan who was driving through the street nt 5 a in Evidently it had been lying there for some time as the clot ng was saturated with rain It was clothed in underwear socks night shirt trousers and vest There lens a head bad gash in the right side of the 1 aIr Cltiekcring had been in the ho tel nil day yesterdy lie had com plained considerably of rheuma...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 February 1900

I 1 T J J Al r L r 4 THE BEE EARLIMSTOIM KY t I Jnij BULL AND OOM PAOL They Seem to Be Maneuvering for c Positions and Feeling for Weak Spots FAITH IN ROBERTS AND KITCHENER Doer Crccnlntr Into Zuliilnml nnit Jonhort in Endeavoring to Attack llullcr Frank Harrtt Pamphlet on Itialltr und Not Quantity A CorrcNitoiiUeiit on Gcticrul ul London 1cb 131n the house of lords replying to a question ns to whether MnjGen Sir Frederick Car rington was destined for n commnml in South Africa nnd whether ten Mcthucn wns otlll In command at thj Moclflor irlver Lord Lunsdownc the secretary of state for war tuiswerod that portion of the query icfcrrlnjfto Urn IJnrrlngton in the ulllrmntive and ndtcilGen Hobcrtrfl8 now ri the jlodilcr river and lu command of the whole forces there il ficrtN TtSJN arlltiHoiM IoLC lot LOntlon Feb 1LfIie war ofBcc liau rccoivcti ihe following dispntcli from Field Mnrshiil Lord ICoberts dated from the Moddcr Itlvcr Suudny Fcb y p rtiayll I have received n telegram from Dul...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 February 1900

y Lr V THE BEE EAHLTNGTQft KYfl 1I i Jfi Oivc the cnsons I Jtdocte notseemto have oc r ij iy eu4V to the Democrats in the rf > > Sii f Kentucky Legis1atllr that their I + r llluaitothrow out 3ov Taylor r Without allowing him a defense D br the benefit of the courts is one Of the highesthanded outrages i ever attempted under any form f oft government They claim I that Beckham is already Gov ernor on the strength of their L simpTe decree No statement has 1l been submitted showing why Taylor was not elected His case was not tried nor any trial pro posed From the moment Goe bet was shot the Democrats of Itthe Legislature cut everything ti short dispensed with arguments contestI I 1rushed through their alleged de 1 1 cision without debate and sim ply announced that Taylor was aout The shooting was held to have altered all the legal aspects 1t of the case and to have advanced jtso that nothing remained for dIe governor inaugurated under ti perfectly regular certificate ex t cept to ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 February 1900

r l m it 1 i j t r t4 I fjw II 5 M iM y M cS h rj I i 1tI f rh fi6 i J Y f i I ELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22 1900 NO Z < I j n a I NOT LEFT TO CHANCE I Mr Watterson Said Goebel Law Made Election a Sure Thing 1 t MR BELMONT GIVES OUT LETTERS Threats Against the L Nand How They Were Received Unreasonable to Expect Corporate Interests to t Disregard Threatened Injury r Louisville Ky Feb 170w ing to the pressure brought upon him from all sides to give a de fense to bitter attacks in the newspapers based upon his letter t to Henry Watterson August Belmont chairman of the Board of Directors of the L N Rail road Company has released the entire correspondence between I himself ajid Mr Watterson and incidentally Mr Wattersons let ter a sight of which so many have desired to obtain It ap pears that the Watterson letter furnishes an important link in the controversy placing as it does Mr WaTterson on record as exploiting the Goebel election law as an ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 February 1900

tt dvr l l K r t1 + W + aA M + M + + ra w J Ii I i 1 tI i I THE BEE ° EARL1NI TON KY ql Y If i r if r d i j 1 l 4 LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS I rtk i Ii lr d f The correspondence between Bonn of the L N officials and the edi tor of the Courier Journal now for the first time made public shows tlint editor up in a bad light indeed In his letter to Mr Belmont he in tlmated that all efforts made by the railroad company and others to de + feat Goebel would prove futile as r the law under which election took place namely the Goobel law was such that all opposition regardless of its strength would be wiped out at the polls and furthermore he threatened the railroad company with the legislature in that event < 1 Midf warned it agalnst using its in fluonce agVflnfilr Goebol But such r threats availed nothing and the t company took the stand that an in i tfiyldual is granted and fought man fully every inch of the ground re e gardless of consequences against a Iideclared foe All know the efforts Were...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 February 1900

ti o a THE BEE EARLIMBTON z1KYi SENTIMENT IN CHRISTIAN Letter from Walter Kelley Says i Independent Democrats Solid t JUDGE HOWELLS STUFF FUNNY Following is a pertinent letter from a Hopkinsville independent r Democrat written to the Louis i yule Evening Post giving what he says is the sentiment in Chris tian county on the political situ ation Editor Evening Post In todays issue of the Courier Journal Judge W R Howell of I Christian county Is liberally quoted I and groat weight is evidently given to his utterances To those who know the Judgo the stuff is too funny to be noticed To those who dont know I him it is well enough to say that ho has never been and never will ho Judo Purely by accident ho slipped in as Commonwealths Attorney and sometimes attends to the duties of his office but for many weeks has made Frankfort his headquarters and since Mr Ooehel was shot knows little if any more about local senti Aguhmldov v does William is perfectly harm less and Kentucky need not be dis...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 February 1900

i jrt THE gEE EARLlIL6TON KY r 7 tI ijTe rr + Bee PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher 4 SUBSCRIPTION BATES i ° t OnoYear1G00 f SIX Months B O c Throo Months 25 Single Copies < 6 Specimen copies mailed free on ap plication wanted in all parts ofjho county Address us for par = tJo lars I tlcillarsTHURSDAY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 22 1900 t AND now the injunction suit against Mr Beckham goes to the i United States Supreme court WHATEVER else happens Judge f Walter Evans is holding the elec tion violators strictly up and facing the severe penalty of the law as it will be administer r surely at his hands Ho sounds the deathknell of electioirrobber j f and bulldozing at the polls THE industrial growth of the y South is puzzling to those states men who have always opposed A the national policies which have made this growth possible In time the people in Dixie will learn to appreciate the principles upon which their industrial pros r y is to restPeoria Ill Journal TIlE Haldemanites in the Leg isl...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 February 1900

r v Y < y + w a p1 ti 4 THE BEE EAJRLIWGTOW KY N I wLOCAL MWS I I Next Tuesday Is Mardi Gras fd 1 + Herbert Slaton is now night clerk I at Leo Cozarts restaurant I Jj Y Kpontz Jiaji boon hero mix I ing with fflSnds and relatives Jopllarj r j postmistress has been on Hie sick list for several days d 4 Tho many friends of Mrs Fugate I will bp gratified to know that she is < rr improving and will soon be up v again againMessrs Messrs I Bailey and Howard Caldwoll of Madlsonville attended tho Statp Y M C A convention at 11 Coving ton CovingtonTho Tho L N pay car was late in t making Its rQunds this month The dola ivas caused by illness in the paymasters family Mr M U Long the proprietor of tho Jon Ton Uakery is improving f his place of business by adding a now coat of wall paper Barnott Arnold tho hustling liverymen are rushed with orders hustlingt t teams sILt work all the time Rev Alex McCord has accepted tho pall from tho Baptist church here Ho preached his first sermon S to a g...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 February 1900

d 4 h THE BEE EARLI ACTON KY S 4 IDUflER mNG HmD l + roved Around the Boers Flank Sunday and Took the South End of Monte Cristo I alt THE ENEMY DRIVEN ACROSS THE TUGELA V The Cable Quiet la UcRurd to Gen r llolierfu Operations and There U Considerable Speculation a to the Whereabouts of Gen Cronje Dntclcr Dnnn and the Queen J London Feb 19 320 p mThe vat office has received thc following dls I patch from Gen Buller t Chieveley Camp Feb 191 yester t r day moved around the enemys flank i The Queens who had bivouacked on s h fb9 northern slope of Cingolo crossed b tlvi nek and supported by the rest of Ulte second brigade under IlildynrdnS satlltcd and took the southern end of 4Ittcntc Cristo I The Movement in Detail 1 The fourth brigade on the left or I western slope and the Welsh usilcers I supported by the rest of the sixth bri I gade assaulted tho caster flank of theI enemy position while the second bri 1 lIt4gadc assaulted the eastern flank of the I 1watched the eastern slopes of M...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 February 1900

J C II t a N T t n 1 I t 7 f 4 THE BEE EARLIWGTON KY i tf AWWWW tfiVAYW N MrJNhVfhNWN hMJNYVNtM f1NilftHYrNw NJthf cYr44hN N h4 N 1 I THE PROFESSORS POSSUM HUNT 1 gj oeo 5 i An Orignal Christian County Sketch Written i For The BeetY 1 NNMWNHmNNNNNNHNmN lNNNNNNNH Tonight as I sit by my fire 1 1 having just finished reading t j Reveries ofa Bachelor and listening to the incessant patter 1 of hail and snow against the win t dow it brings vividly to my a I mind thoughts of my boyhood days when I was somewhat younger than I am now and n went to school to the little log 1 schoolhouse on the hill and of IfTher There wnsthreo of us boys who I always etude to each other I through thick and thin Ve s hunted together went to school together and many is the day wo have prowled around the old e plantation in search of birds and f rabbits on which to try our skill 1 One fall there came to our school I a teacher who had rubbed his J back against some college wall 1 and wanted every one to cal I hi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 February 1900

O THE BEE EARLIMGTON KY u as S I i THE t SUNDAY SCHOOL 1 I J gsdftfylll FIRST QUARTER INTER ire jkTl6NAU SERIES FED 25 f Iye itlot the ICRCOH Lake lv 1030 Jff affcmprjr Vcmcs 1710 Golden Text f JS tJehl t 11 Comiricntary Prepared I y OV iiy the Rev D M tcnrn rl Copyright 1000 by D M Stearns 10 And He came to Nazareth where j J He had peen brought up After the two days at Samarla He returned in the paVer of tho Spirit into Galilee and was JVJSH received for the Galileans had l Been the things He did at Jerusalem 1 verses 14 15 with John iv 4345 He came first to Cana where Ho had made ta t the water wine and from thence with t out going to see him healed the noble mans eon who was sick at Capernaum and the man and his whole house bclicv I cd John Iv 40 4Now we find Him on the Sabbath day in the synagogue in r the town where He had spent His first Si years t7 = 10 He read what Is in our Bibles ajIsu lxi1 and the first clause of verse 2 Wihen He opened the book He found the place and no...

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 March 1900

f TI r a c rl Y 1 j L > H If h jr r I Y tf II ELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 1 1900 NO 8 fA r 1 s t r a i 1 Il c AJ t 3 i r r I iIt It ItIx u > f 1 b HOPKINS GOAL MINES p f t Magnificent Showing in Output and Operation Last Year LETTER FROM INSPEC TOR STONE No Labor Troubles Nor Strikes Nor Suspen sions for Any Cause BIGGEST YEAR ON RECORD Immense OutputLarge ImprovementsIncreased Capacitylight Accident Record Hopkins County People at Large Have Cause for Congratulation at Existing Conditions LEXINGTON Ky Feb 23 EDITOU BEE DEAK Sm Answering your favor of the 21st inst I beg to hand you here in a brief statement as to the operations of the coal mines of Hopkins county for 1809 There were no labor troubles nor strikes nor suspensions from any cause The years record must be very gratifying to everybody The production of the several mines for 1898 and 1899 is as fol lows fractions of tons being omitted Mini Tons 1898 Tons 189S Burlington No 9 17205...

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

1 11 It > f 0 ef t THE BEE EARLINGT01L KY Ora I y r t I A F + I IA 7f l tw tt 1 1L V 4 I t t I m 1fiI t Ir r > r ff I 1t I T t as s a1ri 1ri 1ii I 0 jj1OMOTIVE BLASTS I ° r8 Lyons Mediterranean I Railway Company tho largest rail way in undertaking in Europe has I ordqred75000 tons of American coal Railroads and Education A writer in a recent Harpers thus reviews the subjectsit has beon 6oyen years since the first of the r roads to adopt the new policy began to reach out and study the social con dition of its public but since then tho Idea has spread rapidly until to day there is scarcely road west of Chicago and St Louis that is not do ing more or loss educational work among its public The original move liientwas dictated by tho fact that along great stretches of the line of ono road were vacant tracts of land which were excellent for farming purposes but which were somehow generally ignored The rand de cided to Make this region profitable tb itself by calling attention to its...

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 March 1900

THE BEE EARLIWGTOW KY o T t V MaV MalYh ry 1 j i i If 1 I f i a IN 1 > L 4 4t t I t r f 4 I GOES TO PHILADELPHIA Howard White to Take a Position With a Machinery House I Howard White Jr wile came hero in 1800 from Philadelphia j to tako a place in the Mining and Mechanical engineering depart ment of the St Bernard Coal Company v and has since filled with credit the responsible posi tion of Mining Engineer for that company has accepted an offer from a Philadelphia concern and i will go to his new work in aI short while as soon as he can complete some maps and other urgent work here The new con cern to which ho goes has its of fives in Philadelphia and is en oral salesagent for various kinds of electrical and other machin cry Mr Whites time with this establishment will be divided between traveling to sell their goods and the installation of ma chinory after sale is made The territory chiefly worked by this concern is within a radius of some two hundred miles of Philadel phia Mr Whi...

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 March 1900

ir J wlw J y i I i1tETTK THE BEE EARUNBf ON KY 1 Im 4 t 9 V 1f 1fI I W WX14 X14 X14x r 1 t 1A r I I 1I Iti I i f r JI 1 w I l t o < I J f JIt I F t t C Cj t l > rti tI JIAI IAI a r j tr itsi a I t a I fi k fee tAULM MOORE Editor and Publisher i Xn SUBSCRIPTION BATES Ono Year 1 00 Six Months 50 Throo Months 25 Single Copies A 5 Specimen copies mailed free on ap plication wanted in all parts of tho county Address us for par ticulars j THURSDAY MARCH 1 1900 HAVING failed in the Goebel law Jo Blackburn wants the old open ballot again and the old open bulldozing IT is assorted on good authority that Mr Bryan found the South the enemies country on the expansion question IN this good year of 1900 the pt r capita money circulation of the United States is 2598 the Idghest in our history In 1860 it leas 1885 in 1800 it was 4 99 TIIKIIE will be no settlement of the fierce conflict between Bry anism and American prosperity until next November American x prosperity simply refusesto sus pen...

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 March 1900

6 THE BEE EARLIWGTQN KY > i IrI I J jf t t t I 4 J t y r 1 r f I > 4 L 1 f k l 1 ja i i 1 ItJ i I I A A I I Ij ehl o hlr hla JrI I < 1fIfiII 11fIfiII 1 I i < ri L Y i f t t I i t < L 1 tor t I µ r LOCAL NEWS Honry Hnrrls has boon on tho sick list for several days Tho Sundayschool rosumod work last < Sunday tho smallpox scare having abated Rov W1 M Rogers of Nashvlllo is preaching at the General Baptist Ghurch this week Hoy Lano has about recovered froui an attack of small pox and C will soon bo able to be out again Tho public school opened Monday after having been closed down for Ion o tlmo on account of smallpox 1 James H Cromwell has accepted position with tho L N Railroad Co and has gone to twisting brakes t brakesPcof Prof DoUnont Utloy and Miss Vlrdlo Qrnddy opened school at Mortons flap Monday with a fair at tendance Mr prod Hobgood ot tho Nobo h country loft Monday for Georglnh whoro ho will accept a position in a cotton mill P Thoro were regular services at...

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 March 1900

P 1 r l x a l KYL I f r ° Ir a r rL I to r I t y r Vr l + icy X f It T IBAD REARENDCOLLISION ck With Fatal Results on the Missouri Pacific Near In v dependence Mo UNKNOWN PASSENGER CREMATED JI cso SohmldUpp of Cincinnati In > tUnUr Killed and n lre Number of Other Paiseueers More or Lees In jured Story ot the Wreok by All Kyo aa Kfcnkms City Fob 27A rearend collision occurred Tuesday night on the main lino of tho Missouri Iuciilu railroad a few miles out of Kansas City The St Louis day express due 1n Kansas City at 543 p m stuck In a snow drift two miles south of Inde pendence Mo The prevailing blizzard blindingsheets sheets and the St Louis local passen ger train due here at 625 p in crashed into the rear end of the stalled train Both trains usually run nt high I speed It is reported that manYpersons arc hurt but definite news is not yet avail able A relief train from Kansas City has gone out with surgeons Story of nn EyvivUiics William Host a farmer near whose r place the wreck...

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 March 1900

fj p y t i THE BEE EARLIISIGT ON KY I f IJ ei 1 1 I s I I i 1 1 I 1Ii II I I I I a 1 f r I J 1 E IV I i I t STATE NEWS O E Salle has been made post master at Boll Christian county vice 0 D Bell resigned The reported strike at Proctor Mines near Jollico Tenn proved not to be a strike but a case of discharge of a portion of the em ployes who joined the organiza and manifested a desire to run the business Pictures and cheap unlikely busts of the Into Senator Goebol Jiavo boon hawked about the streets of Frankfort Adjt Gen Collier is at homo for the first time since Senator Googols death Ho is ill and shows plainly tho hard work and great strain no has undergone in tho past weeks at Frankfort A local linn at Lexington reI ceived an order for a carload of streetcar mules for shipment to Matanxas Ouba The shipment will ho made next week I I Tho datq of election to fill the vacancy in tho State Senate caused by the death of Senator Goobol has been fixed for March H Because the faculty woul...

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 March 1900

Y i f i Y 4 r a a x THE BEEEARLINGTONJfY I > J d 8t 4 aI S I aa t a tR 1 M h I fei V n I q + I Ir r r 7 I h rf THE SOTDAY SCHOOL LESSON IX FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 4 Text of the Lcncon Mark I 3134 Memory Vcrues 9234 Golden Text Marie I 3t Commentary Prepared by the Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1900 by D M Stearns 21 In our last lesson we saw Him in the synagogue on the Sabbath day teach ing and it is thus we see Him in this verse but then it was at Nazareth npw It is at Capernaum When Peter and Andrew James and John came to Him in John I and accepted Him as the Mes siah they evidently did not leave their occupation to follow Him fully so in verses 10 to 20 of this chapter and in Math iv 1822 there in the record of a call to fuller service while Luke v 111 describes another occasion and a still later call Then in John 21 after the resurrection they are taught still more fully that He can provide without their labors and Simon bears his last Follow thou Mo 22 He taugh...

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 March 1900

INELEVENTH jrN STRY WE THR lvt > i N0 ELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 8 19oo 9 9 BUILDING TRADE BUILDINGTRADEaImpossibe t1 Impossibe Conditions Imposed by Chicago Labor Organizations tJd THE SAME OLD OLD STORY In t1 Men Idle and Business Paralyzed rorJl t Trifles p ANALYSISOF UNION CONDITIONS bb The following article taker b from the National Builder tells J tJ the story of organized labor in Chicago as applied to the build c ing industry of that city and the n men a many thousands of people women and children and theil r enormous business and public e interests dependent thereont I In answer to the public com munication of the Building II Trades council the Building Con tractors council makes the fol i lowing repiyP st This communication says We the Building Trades council 11 are willing to furnish our services to whoever needs them in the erection and construction of t buildings irrespective of whether they are members of the contractors t tracto...

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