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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 8 March 1900

< h f W ILl L or orr < r 1Jbwc jl t A 1 f fl tt JlJo t i i r i < r yl THE BEE EARLIIMGTaW KY < ii LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS 1 Ii a r This clipping from the Louisville 1 Post shows to what depths some i i scheming politicians will sink cor H partitions if allowed to do so and shows how wise the L IN railroad company was when they spurned with contempt Wattersons attempt nt blackmail blackmailiih Blackmailing Corporations I The effect on the prosperity of a great enterprise Is well shown in a r New York instance The following statement is from a New York news paper of recent date The financial embarassmont of tho Thirdavenue Bailroad Company in New York has led to tho uncov ering of a system of political black mail there that recalls tho days of Boss Tweed and Jake Sharp though the methods now employed arc dif ferent from the old ones Instead of levying on the corporation direct ly the political powers that bo now go about it indirectly and accom plish the same result It is stated...

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 March 1900

n 4w S1 j THE BEE EARLIWBTON KY M = 1ORIt lULL ADVANCED Proposed Bill to Repeal the Goebel Law I Reported Without Debate 4s llaswells Bill to Repeal the Goebel Law Killed In the Hduie v The Orr bill proposing to re peal the Goebel election law and to create a nonpartisan election commission was reported without expression of opinion and was advanced without de b te The house by a vote of 55 to 89 killed Representative Has wells bill to repeal the Goebel election law providing for a re turn to the old election law in force at the time of its adoption vigorousI speech in favor of the bill The bill was reported adversely and was killed by refusal to order it to second rending WHITTAKER HELD OVER Charged With Murdering Senator Goe belSilas Jones Out on Bond Harlan Vhlttaltor was held over to the next grand Jury at the exam ining trial at Frankfort Tuesday on 4ktll0 charge of murdering Senator I William Goobol It was tho general opinion that the generalj failed to make out a case against...

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 March 1900

S Y I NTCLJ 1ijJ i1 lt ri 1y v 1 1 1 1 J lx THE BED EARUWErTOW KY Jii i a 13 ee It PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher V f SUBSCRIPTION RATES I > V One Year 100 r fOi Six Months 50 fThree Months 25 itj Single CopIes > > 6 t 4 r Specimen copies mailed free on ap v i it t j i J > Iplication r 1 < Correspondents wanted in all parts 5of tho county Addross us forpar If ticulars i2 THURSDAY MARCH 8 1900 Y AN official report made by the Japanese Minister of Finance i states that the adoption of the r gold standard in Japan has proven most satisfactory both in its re lations to the internal and foreign t trade and especially in its rela tions to labor A I < A FBANKFORT correspondent re 1 1 marks Altogether the grand r l larceny branch of the Democratic I party is contributing much to the joy of nations Truly the sit t uation is ludicrous and would be provocative of great and uproar 1 ious hilarity but for the very I serious aspect it presents in blocking the business and cre...

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 March 1900

THE BEE EARLWGTON KY l LOCAL NEWS II Farmers aroj burnlng tholr plan bods l A 1 Tho meetings at the Gouoral Sap t tlst Church continue with unalmtcc ift f Interest InterestMaurice i Maurice Colbort Is now flagman nt tho Main street railroad crossing J Ho began work Monday The citizens of Hartford are taking y stops toward having tho railroad ox 5 tended from Fordsvlllo to that place There will be regular services at the Christian Church next Sunday Lid I H Tool will preach morning and evening Mr J 0 Rudd of Owonsboro representing tho Travelers Acci dent Insuranco Company was hen tho first of tho week Attorney Jorrold A Jonson has boon kept quite busy of late lookin after breach of tho peace and potty criminal cases in tho local courts of this part of tho county Contractor Marion McCord on Tuesday closed with A L Foard a contract for tho erection of six three room frame housos at Hccla mines Mr MoCord says tho outlook from his point of view is very bright for much now building this y...

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 March 1900

n t i < arr 1 I lllt i I r h < I 1wr 4nf 11 h J ij I 1 O > T TH r < J t JfIt I t t < j i o h 1i Y T 1 r t j w fII1 Vrr 1 tttr f r t1IJ t rtlntt1L t Ft > i THE BEE EARLIIS1GTCJN KYan > I > IIGHTYMINERSSHUT I t I I + frightful Accident at the Red Ash Mines Near Thurmond West Virginia i RESULT OF AH EXPLOSION OF MINE GAS f a 1 After Twolvo Hoar of Ke ouo Work VIt words of Fifty Bodies Uad IJean Taken i Out Onlr Three of tho 111011 Were Hen card Alive nod They Are Not Expected I toLl 1 Fire Creel W Vu < March 8 2ha most disastrous mine explosion cverI known in the New lllvcr district OCr curred at the nell Ash mine shortly I went to work early after tbe miners I Tuesday morning AHhough time most heroic work of the rescuing party hnd < been going on Inceasantlyalldayit was I impossible Tuesday night to estimate 5 the full extent of the loss of life andc property The lied Ash mine is n largcu drift and the explosion occurred near the entrance which was thus c...

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 March 1900

THE BEE BARLIWETOW KY I INNOVATION IN RAILROADING American Roads to Grow Timber for 4 Ties on Right of Way Lauds Washington DO Mar 0 The Division of Forestry is in 1consultation with three import ant railway companies over a contemplated innovation in American railway methods Theso roadsthe Atchison To peka d Santa Fo the Chicago Milwaukee LC St Paul and the 1 Zanesvillo Ohioare consid ering raising tie and pole timber on a largo scale on their now nonutilized rightofway lands Other large western roads are I also interested This action is due chiefly to the failing of the natural sup ply of this material in all but the newer portions of the United States About one million acres of timber are consumed annually by railroads in buildings and re pairing and at the present rate I I of timber depletion the in I creased cost of such material will soon be a serious factor in railroad economy The Santa sjfe Fo line has already done some experimental planting and the results have done much to...

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 March 1900

me r itriJJi S 1 7 THE BEE ARLINGTON J KY THE SUNDAY SCHOOL tt4 LESSON X FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 11 1iText Text of the Lemon Mark 11 112 IMemory Verger 012 Golden Text Mark II 1O Commentary Prepared by the Rev D M Stearns J ° fCopyright 1900 by 0 it Steams 1 And again lIe entered Into Caper I naum after some days According to some harmonics Mark i 30 describes His s r first general circuit of Galilee which t Main Iv 23 states more fully in these t words And Jesus vent about all Gall IyIee teaching In their synagogues and III g preaching tho gospel of the kingdom and Ic healing all manner of sickness and all Imanner of disease among the people Between verses 30 and 40 of chapter i rt these harmonics tell us that there comes in the sermon on the mount and the draft of fishes of Luke v 111 then the heal ing of the leper of Mark i 4045 after which Mark tells us that because of the I healed lepers blazing the matter abroad r Jesus could not enter the city but was withou...

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 March 1900

tT I rhJ 1 J I r ELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY TH URSDA Y MARCH IB 1900w M01O 511 GOV TAYLOR i Issues a Strong Address to the r People of Kentucky FIRMIN HIS STAND FOR RIGHT t illGiiTj 1 ° The Issue Is Not Changed fights of I 1 People Still Paramount I COURTS ARE COURTS Of CONVICTION J Reasons for Pardoning Hon Caleb 1 Powers and Captain Davis 1 i Frankfort Ky March 12 1000 To the People of Kentucky In 4viow of the alarming condition of the affairs of our beloved State n all resulting from the conspiracy formed by designin9 men for the purpose of controlling our State I I I Government in order that they might feast and fatten off of the I public crib and gratify a sordid sordidy my duty to inform you of the serious conditions and dangers now confronting us and of my course as your Chief Executive I It is a wellestablished fact that the present election law was 1 inspired at a private meeting of officeseekers held shortly prior to a meeting of the General As I semb...

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 March 1900

y r 0 A r 12 L1 j vl1 Jp r t ryN 1 r = i I r v I1fj if > Y THE BEE EARLINGTQW KY f i + ie ieV i1 r V V J 7 LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS n 7 OJEho Nashville Chattanooga St I b Louie railway shops at Nashville 1 Terin have recently completed an it order for 100 flat cars for its line and 1 will construct a number of box cars 0 w ns soon as possible owing to the de t mand for rolling stook by tho com t PlmyI panyA A casting weighing 94000 pounds was recently brought into the Bir mingham district by tho Southern hallway Co on one car It is the jlbed for a blast furnace for tho Sloss f Sheffield Steel Iron Co It is one s ofho heaviest weights over carried on a single railroad car Tho Louisville Nashville Hail road Co has decided to build a freight depot at Birmingham Ala c which Will cost 12000 Messrs R M Newbold Co of Birmingham have secured the contract I h William K MacDonald has been appointed general Mexican passen I ger agent for the Louisville Nash ville the Southern and other lines o rep...

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 March 1900

f V 4 I U I Jiii THE BEE EARLINGTOR KY DR JACKSON COMING I sAnd Will Make Earlington his Home r Drs Chatten and Jackson r V to Unite 41 V IVDr A W Jackson who was a V citizen of Ear ling ton for some fif teen years and during that time got so thoroughly into tho hearts and lives of our people throu h his work among us as a practic ing physician is coming back to Earlington to make this his fu ture home He and Dr Ohatten will unite in handling the prac pract work before ho removed to Dor chester Mass where his resi denco has been for two and It half years and has boon Dr Ohattens practice since The practice is too large for any one man and Dr Jacksons many friends hero will look to his re turn with great pleasure Just when ho will come cannot be said but it will be in a short time His family will not accompany him just now The children are f in school and the Doctor must arrange a homo for the family here before their coming Both these gentlemen are ex r tremely popular both as men a...

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 March 1900

1 1kn I d y c n d 1 < 1 rrT BEE EARLIWHTDN KY j I < he f eel PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher d SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year 100 SIxMonths 60 + Three Months 25 w Single Copies 6 j Specimen copies mailed free on ap plication Correspondents wanted in all parts of the county Address us for par ticulars rw THURSDAY MARCH 1 1900 JUDGE WALTER EVANS has be gun to deal out stern justice in S the United States Court to the election violators In one court vof Kentucky at least those who commit election frauds are pun ft jshed E IT may have been distasteful to some of the judges but the r Court of Appeals last week recog r nized Attorney General Clifton J Pratt when he was allowed to me briefs in a case against the Associated Press s TUB work of personal ambition I f in Kentucky and of theconspira tors against the rights of the people and their chqsen repre sentatives seems not yet ripe Whore will personal ambition load where will it end v THERE are only eight cduntry weekly newspapers 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. — 15 March 1900

u L Nr F 5 r y r sr yetiu t o 1 THE BEE EARUNBTON KY LOCAL NEWS movitt JIt1 L4bt Ing to the Cardwoll farm near Man ton tonFarmors Farmers havo boon busy burning plant bods since the woathor has opened up AttorneyGonoral Clifton J Pratt flpont a few days at his homo In Madlsonvlllo this week Conductor Jas D Sparrow has nbout recovered from his recent ill ness and is ablo to be at work again Several of our local sportsmen have boon waging war on the tinny tribe which inhabits the waters of Loch Mary Several nice fish have boon caught Eld Davis tho colored evangelist 1 r who has boon holding a meeting here baptized two converts in Loch i Mary Sunday afternoon A Loge crowd was present The last few days of bright weather has brought about a won dorful Improvement in the condition of our country roads many of which woro almost impassable John W Twyman our hustling tinner has moved his tools and stool of goods to a now building near Mc Garys livery stable John is a hus ti tler and is doing...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 15 March 1900

I r n nr p i w iNi l r i i > fBE ARLINGTON KY l I > 4 a t f IN fI E m r Shocking Results of an Inceacliaiy Fire In a Newark N J Tenement House t FOURTEEN PERSONS LOST THEIR LIVES 1 t s Xi The Victim All ItullAim Sixty of r a 1 AVhom Occupied the IlnlIiHiiK + Nvlto Crcdnv Ono of the Tenant t Arrested lUlU Locked lip on Sun l lolon New York March 13 Fourteen per sons lost their lives two persons were Tseriously injured and many other slightly burned in a fire In Newark > J Monday morning The firemen af t ter tho flames had been subdued took fl 13 bodies from the ruins and while they were thus engaged another vic tim of the fire died in the city hos pital One family was wiped out com pletety and of another only the father lives and he is in the city hospital where it is believed he will die A Veritable Fire Tray r The building In which the fire broke out was a veritable fire trap It was old of frame construction and ex l tended two stories above the ground floor Until three fo...

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 March 1900

T J C THE BEE EARLIAiGTOW KY I as 1 VOTE FOR WAR FUND S eKentucky Democrats Pass Parti san Militia Measures i Beckham Threatens to Organize an Army and Use It Taylor Declares He Will Continue to Act I as Governor Legislature Adjourns Sine Die Frankfort Ky March 13An omnious remark was that of Pre tending Governor Beckham this evening aftorho received word that the House haft passed Trip lotts 100000 war bill Not one cent of this money shall bo used until tho highest State court has passed on this contes chsosn ho iidwf4 n i well organize our army and use it This Triplott bill appropriates 100000 for the purpose of equip ping a now State guard and it provides that this new militia shall go to London and seize by force if necessary the arms and ammunition now stored there for safekeeping This means revo lution but it is not what Beau ty Beckham referred to When q 4 the Court of Appeals decides the contest case ho does not propose to wait for an appeal to a non partisan court like that...

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 March 1900

y tfr9 itLjL I A c J1i w If tt I r c r 4 tel w r t J J I ilLI h J 0 THE BEE EARL1WGTON KY t q I r IP SUNDAY SCHOOL t LESSON XIt FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 18 i Text of the LcBBon Mark II 1322 Merudry Veracs 1517 Golden Text Luke v 27 Commentary Prepared by = the Rev D Ii Steams Copyright 1900 by D M Steams ther tseaside and all the multitude resorted iUnto Him and He taught them As to that which lIe taught them let any one fend all that Is written of Ills teaching In the four gospels and they cannot fall to get a fair knowledge of the style and matter of His teaching and as we rend remember that He is still teaching the same Jesus speaks to us In His word by His Spirit as spoke to the people that r day by the seaside and if we are only teachable the Spirit will teach us all things as Jesus said John sir 20 xr 20 xvi13 Whenever we see our Lord by the seashore teaching the people one can hardly help thinking of the work of the present age In which His body the church is...

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 March 1900

I It It ii l I f I I 4 I k N I It t 11 s I Jil L j I if iELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY MARCH 22 1900 NO11 y + I NOT BY FORCE Mr Bcckham Will Hardly Try to Capture Capitol Bullrings r I WITH THE 100000 MILITARY m 1 Must Await the Decision In the Final Court Under Agreement Made COPY OF THE SIGNED AGREEMENT There has been a good deal a f foolish talk that Mr Beckhnm would use his now 100000 mili I tary to seize the capital buildings I I + and by force throw Qov Taylor I and the executive officers out of those buildings when the Court l of Appeals affirmed the judgment r of Judge Fields These papers f and reporters who have published 1r this rot of course know precisely lJ what will be the decision of the i zI Court of Appeals This talk is all f gammon Gen Castleman never L authorized any senseless boast s ing and we cannot bring our o 1selves to credit the report that Mr Beckham authorized it In the pending actions before Judge Field the claimants to the mi...

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 March 1900

s F r 4e1r i e1r n < F c r a at i > y 4 t Jr b < 2 r 7 < i < Tk I t I rTHE I t THE BEE EARUWGTQW KY r = = p I LOCOMOTIVE BLASTSI Rumor says the L S N Is prepar ing Jfor a largo grain business to the b4 t south this apriugoj M Operator Will Devnoy was on then1 i t sick list several days this week and Vj speht the time at his home at Evans t1 vIllajll villeWork tl s Work on new tracks at Guthrio istl now under headway One day last pI c < week the anon at work there clUnoc 4 in contact with tho remains of eight 1 1 1 men whotn it is thought were a party of traders from Tennesso who l many years ago were robbed and murdered and this is tho first trace pi of tbemi I Operator Fitzhugh of Franklin a1 Term has been night man hero thoti pastfew nights The pay car passed over tho Hen derson division last Monday dis tributing thousands of dollars among as I tho boys and making their hearts glad bIt gladIt c It is understood that T C Martin l will go to Nortonnillo as agent fo...

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 March 1900

n U t D f S THE BEE EARLIWBTOW KY 4 a I l = = FIRE AT ST CHARLES t < George Kings Drugstore a Total Loss t Dr Nisbet A Loser t tBotween ten and eleven oclock t t Tuesday night a fire le discov ered in George Kings drugstore at St Charles which resulted in a total loss of the house and con I tents all of which was owned by i Mr King The origin is sup f posed to have been a defective flue Dr W K Nisbet was also I a heavy loser In the drugstore were a number of valuable medi b cal works and instruments all of which were destroyed The drug store and stock were insured for I about 1000 1000St St Charles News I Mrs Nisbet of Madisonville was the guest of Dr W K Nis bet last week Mrs Eva Nisbot is visiting at MadisonvilleProf Prof Gordon of Madisonville conducted services hero last Saturday and Sunday E G Sisk is on the sick list Mrs J 0 Vickers is visiting her parents near Henderson Miss Sallie Brown of Madison villo was in town Monday at tending to her official duties as County School...

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 March 1900

< I H ro r t tI T y Ii r L 1 THE BEE EARL NGTCJN KY tI I fee Publishert SUBSCRIPTION RATES OnoYcar 100 I Six Months BO Three Months 25 I Single Copies G Specimen copies mailed free on ap r plication Correspondents wanted in all parts r of the county Address us for par tinhnrcounty ° t tioulars N THURSDAY MARCH 22 1900 fSl FOUR hundred thousand dollars r more of the peoples money take out of the public treasury to force from the people the surren I der of their suflrage ° THE Republicans are a pledge keeping people The President has just signed the goldstandard law fixing the standard of value and maintaining the parity of all forms of money issued or coined by the United States As always happens under Re publican administration the pub I lic debt of the United States is rapidly decreasing And we have paid and are yet paying the ex penses of war Oh for Demo cratic freetrade and bankruptcy t 1 Foun hundred thousand dollars f out of the pockets of the Ken r lucky taxpayer The work o...

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 March 1900

THE BEE EARLIWGTQNv IY l1 = l 4 LOCAL NEWS j h t f Born Saturday night March 7 I 1J v to Mr and Mrs William Rayborn ai N flab girl I ll t fl r 0 J o J Walter McGary intends to begin ti tho erection of a nice now residence it an early date 1Contractor Leo Oldham and his force are eresting a cottage near tho public school building c Rov W T Childors preached at Simdat Y t morning and evening Rov Alex McChord filled his rog ular appointment at the Missionary Baptist church last Sunday Tho appearance of tho LN pay car Monday gladdened tho hearts of V our railroad boys and business men M m Long proprietor of tho Bon r Ton Bakery has purchased and put up n now awning in front of his place of business businessAndy inrt tho mines several weeks ago is im proving and Is Able to bo out on the streets Again Contractor Leo Oldham has about completed tho cottage on Methodist Hill that ho has been Greeting for 4 a Mr D W Umstcad f W C McLcod has purchased a s now delivery wagon It is a nice t one ...

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