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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 March 1900

W t d k 1 Y I d r i THE BEE BARLINGTdN KY r A t il AIPAuGITY or W NW I m For AlUthe News There is Current England Might as Well I Be at Peace GENLORD KITCHENER IS AT PRIESKA I Connlilernblc Interest In MnnUentert nn to the Probable Kntc of Joliau r 1 ncnTiitrff In tho Light of Hoer Thrcnti Clinmborlutn Will Issn e a 1roclarantlon I sLonlon March 20 230 p mIot all the news that reached here yesterday and today Great Britain might al most as well be at peace It is reason a able to believe that the relief of Mafe king may bo heard of nt any hour t rite Fatc of Johannesburg P Considerable interest is attached to the state of Johannesburg Comment ing on the reported consultation be tween Secretary Hay and the German ambassador at Washington Dr Von llollebcn as to a proposition that both belligerents be urged to leave Johan nesburg alone the Pall Mall Gazette 1 toysThis This time Dr Lcyds has as we may without impropriety assume put putc that the German ambassador at Wash ington and the A...

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 March 1900

n + r t l K rV > v n 1f ij tfv rP Ol C 1 THE BEE EAPLII1c TUN KY n mlY Uf W W s l For All Jkhe News There is Current J 4 England Might as Well i j Be at Peace jLf M W A GElii LORD KITCHEHER IS AT PRIESKA I Connldernblc Interest in ManlfeNted ns to the Probable Vote of Johan > ncabnrgr In tho Light of lion r fThrentsChnmberlutn Will Unite a Proclamation wfr London March 20 230 p mClll111 + the news that reached here yesterday nnd today Great Britain might al Most us well be at peace It is reason able to believe that the relief of Mafe fling may be heard of nt any hour 4srue Fnto of Jnbnlnesburg Considerable interest 111 attached to the state of Johannesburg Comment ing on the reported consultation be tween Secretary Hay and the German ambassador at Washington Dr Von llollebcn as to a proposition that both belligerents be urged to leave Johan nesburg alone the Pall Mall Gazette says finysThis This time Dr Leyds has as MICI may without impropriety assume put n in circulation the ...

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 March 1900

Jr i 1 r lJ iii I I THE BEE EARLIWGTOW KY < What is Behind These Stories I i f i 4 In the 1incinnatiEnquirer of r yesterday is a long and sensa i tional report of certain alleged I tconfessions istatements made to Mr Oampbell Mr Franklin and perhaps others concerning t the assassination of Mr Goebel t The publication is evidently by 1 authority and the information I i furnished by some one on the Iinside It will be remembered r that there has been a close con I I nection between the Enquirer 4 and Campbell that Cromwell is 1a reporter for the Enquirer and the fabrications in the Enquirer J Jhave been frequent and designed rto inflame the public mind and thave some outrage which im mediately follows these false and sensational reports Mr Frank t lin does not practice law with a hrbrass band prosecutors who have valuable testimony do not spread it broadcast to the public They preserve their ovidqnco for the trial in the court house they i reserve their ammunition for the I real bat...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 March 1900

f 11 kn w Y THE BEE EARLIWTOW KY f y What Is Behind These Stories t 4 4 In the Cincinnati Enquirer of f yesterday is a long and sensa tional report of certain alleged confessions istatemonte made to Mr Campbell Mr Franklin i and perhaps others concerning I Goebelr r T The publication is evidently by i i authority and the information f 7 furnished by some one on the f inside It will be remembered Itbnt there has been a close con I t nection between the Enquirer Iaml Campbell that Cromwell is I a reporter for the Enquirer and the fabrications in the Enquirer have been frequent and designed to inflame the public mind and 1 justify some outrage which imI mediately follows these false and 1 sensational reports Mr Frank lin does not practice law with a brass band prosecutors who have valuable testimony do not spread it broadcast to the public They preserve their evidence for the trial in the court house they o reserve their ammunition for the r real battle When these souse ftionol and mos...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 22 March 1900

< < T t r j xkrRcr C I > t THE BEE EARLINGTONJ KY TIIE SUNDAY SCHOOL t x LESSON XII FIRST QUARTER INTER NATIONAL SERIES MARCH 25 Y Text ot the Lesson n Comprehensive t Quarterly Hevlciv Golden Text Mark x 45 Commentary Prepared by the Rev D M Stearns Copyright 1000 by D If St srnsJ LESSON IThe birth of Jesus Luke II 110 Golden Text Math I 21 Thou wTZ shalt call His name Jesus for He shall save His people from their sins We t have spent three months once more in considering the most wonderful life that muchd d lire we the better off We might be able to pass a good examination upon the les sons studied but 11our sins arc not for given we have studied in vain and if He t snot continually saving us from our sins we do not know him as we should rl LESSON nThe child Jesus visits Jc rusalem Luke ii 4152 Golden Test Luke II 52 And Jesus increased In wis dom and stature and In favor with God and man A good summary of this les son might be About our Heavenly Fa thers business subject...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 March 1900

7 fx NF y I b MIl t Il I F ELEVENTH YEAR EARLINGTONHOPKINS COUNTY KEN1 UCKY THURSDAY MARCH 29 1900 O12 T CALEB POWERS HELD OVER WITHOUT BAIL Judge Moore Said I Dont Believe Powers Fired the Shot at Goebel But I Think He Was Engaged in the t + Conspiracy I THE COURT IGNORES GOV TAYLORS PARDON Captain Davis Admitted to Bail in the Sum of 5000 and Culton Sent Home Under Guardl r Frankfort Ky March 2T When court convened this after noon Culton occupied the seat vacated this morning by Powers It was stated that his trial woulc be taken up next It is expected that James An drew Scott will be retained ai Youtseys counsel and that ai immediate trial be allowed After a little delay County Attorney Polsgrove asked that John Davis be also brought into court This was done Attorney Ramsey at once stated that Oulton would waive examination and asked that Cul i ton bo allowed to remain in the custody of the Sheriff but be al lowedto visit his family under guard This was agreed to by I the pther si...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 March 1900

y THE BEE EARUNBTQW KY J4 I N Jl NI l o I LOCOMOTIVE BLASTSJ Stringent laws have been passed f t by State legislatures to prevent per t sons other than passengers from boarding1 freight passengers trains I while in motion Officers are over I on the lookout for the violators of d this law yotmany escape their eagle eye and men and boys are contin I Bally receiving injuries In their at a tempt to steal a ride An illustra tion of this fact was given last I + Saturday when Len Bascom of Barnsley attempted to board a mov t ing train as It passed through Madi sonville resulting in tho breaking of several ribs and other lnjurieswhich + it is feared will prove fatal The civil engineers were again t with us last week and put In a day F surveying It Is stated for more new tracks at this place Many rumors are afloat about Intended improve ments In both buildings and tracks but whether or not they are founded on facts we are unable to say The breaking down of a car near pcEmpiro caused a delay ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 March 1900

I THE BEE BARLlftBf NJRV St Charles Items DIxon Wright nml vlfo of Crofton spout Sunday with relatives here I O U Fox was lu Paducah last v wools buying goods to Increase his j Btpck of general merchandise Bernard McEuon hay returned Irom a visit to Hppkinsvlllo J D Cnrt mid wHo have boon vis lUng relatives In the country Immediately after having his drug store destroyed by lire Goo King 1 wont to Louisville bought a com plete stock of drugs and is now doing business on Greenville street t Miss Phronia Murphy and J tY McEuon spent last week in Louis yule last week buying spring goods John Balder Jr is on tho sick his b j this week a Mrs Wado McIntosh is thought to bo near deaths door and there is h 3iot much chance for her recovery OJncy News Enthor Brasher and Miss Signor Crookmur wore married at the homo I Thursdayi i Lawrence Poole has his sawmill 1 up and in running order here herei Beach + died Saturday and was burled Sun day at Lafayette John Brown of Chlarlestour pal 1 us a p...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 March 1900

R t 7 ty i s THE BEE EARLilMGTON KY ff r HII 1 t 1l J Jf 1rE II lll Iee 1 9V AUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher h SUBSCRIPTION RATES f 5 4 t OnoYear 100 SItMonths 00 O r Throontonths 0 0 25 sI Single Copies o G ii Specimen copies mailed free on ap a plication 1 Correspondents wanted in all parts of the county Address us for par t u rs 1 4 i THURSDAY MARCH 29 1900 t i WHEN there is a big reward of hfored dont they fess UpH thick and fast Verily Goobelism is getting in its work IT looks suspicious when a 1 f mail who is a witness in an im pprtant case faints every time i Z 4 at the most particular part of the examination The stings of con science are terrible sometimes I rJUSTUS GOEBKL has hied him self away to Arizona for his t health Wouldnt it be a great a thing for the dignity of the state t if Cincinnati Riot Producer ff 11 Campbell and others would go and do likewise l THE sun of peace and happi ness that once did shine bright i on the old Kentucky home has infry the last few mont...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 March 1900

TT r1C 7n rv TTTi II N 1 THE BEE EARLINGTON KY LOCAL NEWS Mrs J E Fawcott has boon quito F sick for Boveral dnys ° Wavorly McCarloy Is nil smiles i His father presented him with a I Taosdaysl sl I Jako Wells of Madisonville ntI rF toidod tho Y M C A mooting hero I Sunday afternoon I 1 It Leo Brian of Madisonvillc has I boon assisting our ofllco force In 1 I their work this week Tim infant son of Dock Griffin has I I boon quite sick for several days Ho is threatened with diphtheria j Rev AV 0 Wilson will nil his 1 regular appointment at the M E I Church next Sunday morning nndJ ovonlngj eveningRoy 1 Rev R DL Wheat filled Rev U W Lyons pulpit at tho Methodist church in Madisonvlllo Sunday j morning at 11 oclock Mr L W Rico and wife have rented rooms with the family of j Thomas Pike and will make Enrl 1 ington their future homef Contractor Marion McCord and his men are making rapid progress on Mr Hannas now foundry It will bo completed in a short time l ihnYlng having his yard sodded T...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 March 1900

W C I t THE BEES EAHLIISlETORli KYtt I 9kOWER8 01 Secretary of State Powers Held fo r p the Grand Jury Without I Bail at Frankfort t THE DEFENSE OFFERED HO TESTIMONY I f HTrite The Court Ruled In Uffcct that l There was lre unii < lvc Evidence tllnt l6wer was Connected with 4itllnt tile Conaplrnoj to Kill Gocbcl + land Therefore Held Htm Frankfort Ky March SThe fourth day of the examining trial of Republican Secretary of State Caleb Powers began with the coUrt room 4cleared of all people excepting attor tc neys newspaper correspondents and o w officers of the court The court ad t journed Monday to meet at 9 n in r but it WHS nearly ten when Judge P Moore called for order The attorneys t for the defense held consultation and afterwards called County Attorney Attorneyii Defense Offered No TcNtlniony Immediately after the consultation tGov Brown for the defenseajinouneed p tithat no testimony would be introduced tfor the defense and that they would waive further examination The par ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 March 1900

I a THE BEE EAHLINGTOW KYi FOLLOWED BYA SLEUTHHOUND UIII Hedniomli the NoloHnnn Outlaw I Unn flora ami Arrciitcd In r the IUllliuiliivH 6nu FrunciKco March 2JrlJ Even Ing Jiulletln tsnyn The mllltury authorities al Muiiiln have a prisoner who will be Kent ta this country shortly if his IdonUtJ1 can be established who is believed to lie Dell licdinuml tho notorious outlaw who in accused of several murder who escaped from the Hough Itidors when recognized by a comrade and who was In1tl8 accused of murdering a Miss Shoemaker in Katuas City with the aid of Jack Kennedy who IB now awaiting trial for the murder and sev tral other crime The man who cnumi the alleged Heel inondV arrest Is an exWnkcrton detec live and ti inriiibvr of the Eighth nriuy corps in the Philippine It ii believed that he has been on 1Gl i monds trail for norne time The prison er denies his wilt lHt the detective I declares that lit IIUH inudc no area andjthat ho ban th1 right 1111111I j The Manler of III1H Sohitiiui...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 29 March 1900

A rr r I V r 1 A f THE BEE EARLINGTON KY W SCHOOLt IV 1 LESSON I SECOND QUARTER INTER > NATIONAL SERIES APRIL 1 Text of the Lesson Slnth Iv 23 to v iS Memory Verses 3D Golrte Teat Math v Commentary pre pared by the Kcv D 31 Steam yICopyr1gt 1000 by D M Steams Iv 25 to v 2 If Matthew has the or 1I der Of events here and It Is probable that he has though he docs not always 4 state events in the order of their occur rence then the sermon on the mount rues delivered while our Lord vas making His first general circuit of Galilee and before the events which we have studied in the last two lessons The great aim of the Holy Spirit in either of the gospels does t d not seem to be to set torenil the events of our Lords life In their historical order but rather to select and set forth the do Ings and sayings which best prove the point in hand The aim in Matthew seems to be primarily to set forth the Lord Jesus as Son of David and Son ot Abraham I 1 or the Messiah of Israel S so long expecte...

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

r r I ELEVENTH YEAR EARLJNGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY JL 5 190O NO 13 i HARRELL ROASTS THE PRETENDER Says Beckham is a Political I Ingrate i a t T The Pretender Has Been Untrue < 1 t to the Friends of Goebel i Threatens to Oppose Beckham for Governor I i Senate of Kentucky Common f wealth of Ky Seal S B Har rel M D Ninth Senatorial Dis t trict Permanent address Rus Bellville Ky RUSSELLVILLBKY April 21000 Gov BEOKHAM Frankfort Ky t DEAR GOVERNOR No matter what may be individual opinion I there is no denying the fact that Shakespeare was right when ho said Ingratitude thou marble hearted fiend You are a young man just starting out on your political career I ain a young man just 82 years old today and there aro some things I want to I 1say to you in this letter and I I whilst it may not bo pleasant and Imay fall on deaf ears yet I have coat off rolled i pulled my up my I sleeves and propose to go right I f to the point I make only one II iclmrge against you and that is it ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 April 1900

r w r r wy uir M THE BEE ARLINGTON KY i s f i K 1lfsf ellf1 1 f y 1 LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS I Operator J E Fawcett whose P famiryjias been quite sick for tin last few Lreoks noV finds thorn wen enough to resume bis duties Tho Inspection train passed over the Henderson division last week and wo expect tho usual good report on the conditions of track machinery > and buildings on this division Agent T C Martin of Norton lo s ya ho is well satisfied with the g station and expects to make an ef fort to please both companies Conductor Moody quite naturally felt bad one day lat week when his face presented the appearance of one Tyith the smallpox but later on felt relieved when physicians told him It was only measles l Tho many friends of Former As sistant Superintendent Mann will be pleased to know ho is now in charge of one of the fast passenge trains as conductor between Evans ville and Nashville Austin Tex March OOSlow pro gress is being made in the double header hearing before tho Railro...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 April 1900

r THE BEE EARUWBTON KY He turns Mr Beckhal1 Dow Indianapolis Ind April 8 Governor Mount has issued re t quisition papers on the authori ties in Kentucky for the extradi tion of a man named Gossman of Floyd county Ind He sent the papers to Mr Beckham but that gentleman has not yet honored it This morning Gv Mount received a communication from Mr Beckham in which he said that ho would honor the requisi tion if Gov Mount would assure him tnat he would honor a re quisition from Beckham for par ties wanted in Kentucky by the authorities and who were in Indiana This is thought to be i a plan to got exSecretary of i State Ohas Finloy whois now in this city Gov Mount says he will not honor a requisition from i Mr Beckham IiMr wired Mr Beckham this afternoon I cannot enter into any such arrangement as you suggest It would bo an un warranted departure from execu tive practice and the law I must reserve the right to determine oach requisition on its merits Look on the Picture Kentucky F Judge ...

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

rr F r xr v t THE BEE EARLINGTON KY I e P N fee PAUL M MOORE Editor and Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES r Onoyoar 100 Six Months i 50 Three Months 25 Single Copies 6 Specimen copies mailed free on ap plication Correspondents wanted in all parts of tho county Address us for par ticulars THURSDAY APRIL 5 1900 TUE following articles from the Issues of the Hustler and the Graphic of March 80 confirms confirms Mine Workers of other counties and states of what they can ex pect if they visit Hopkins County with intention of inter fering in any way with the men at work in the mines here Our miners are quite competent to manage their own affairs and will brook no interference from foreigners Boonville tactics wont go in Hopkins County NO INTIMIDATION Army of Invading Strikers From Ohio and Muhlenberg Will be Met by the Sheriff and Posse and Com manded to Obey the Law It has been rumored for some time that a body of minors from the coal fields of Ohio and Muhlenborg coun ties where dissatisfacti...

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

= I r r A THE BEE EARTINE TON KY LOCAL NEWS I h i 1 E B Bourland attended the Y W f M O A meeting at Nobo Sunday Y afternoon Rev R M Wheat will fill his regular appointments at Nobo next Sunday morning and evening Rev Hamby of Cadiz has moved to Earllngton and secured a position on Contractor Lee Oldhams force Grandma Cramer is expected home this week She has boon on an ex tensive visit to relatives in Evans vlllo and Mt Vornon Ind Tom Murphy had tho misfortune of getting his foot hurt in the mines I Monday night rho footwas caught under a car and badly mashed The families of T L Howard W D Rhoa and Misses Goorgio and Kato Collins of Madisonville spent t Suuday with Mrs Thomas Blair Mr F O Allison has rented a house near the Missionary Baptist church from Win Walton and has moved his family hero from Madi sonvlllo f Fishing Is the order of the day with many of our citizens Several of our local fisherman have been waging war with the finny tribe in Loch Mary JAll All Fools Day passed...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 April 1900

I i THE BEE EARLINGTON KY ttCJIUGHT IN A DOER TRAP J e Another British Force Outwitted by > bthe Ever Resourceful bv Boers A CONVOY AND SIX GUNS CAPTURED I The Exact Extent of the Mlnfortuno Not Known hi the Offlclnt Report lias Not Been Given Out Gen Colville Expect I ed to Recover the Captured 1 oree After n Fight London April 2 430 u mGen Bnlltrs anxious inquiry whether Brit ish officers will ever learn the value of I scouting comes back with enforced emphasis to the British public today on rtceipt of the tidings that a convoy with guns has walked deliberately into a Beer ambush within about twenty miles of Bloemfontein Lord Roberts own report of the affair if yet received by the war office has not been pub fished and no account of the affair is available to the public except the dis patch from Bushman kop Nothing i can be said therefore regarding the exact extent of the misfortune Evidently Cat Broad wood thought it nice snry to retreat in haste from Tiiavj 2fChu as he marche...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 5 April 1900

z y y t r y I t THE BEE EARLIWTON KV 4 SERVICE BUILDING I Of tho PanAinerioan Exposition to bo held at Buffalo N Y on the Niagara Frontier from May i toNpvembor1 1901 The Building IS 05x145 feet ISm thoform of a hollow square having two Service BuildinJ > stories on its exterior facades and three stories on the court side In this building will be located all the executive offices of all the departments of this gigantic exposition An Appcal to the Fanners The following has been given out by the census department To Build up a great office like the Census Office in fifteen months from absolutely nothing j to an efficient machine employ ing about three thousand men in Washington and about fifty thou sand elsewhere in the country is a difficult task and entire suc cess is out of the question The office naturally compares itself i with the stage of preparation at tained at the same period ten years ago and tried by this test l it has gained several months on its predecessor One of the...

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