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II ELIS NTH YEAR EARLINGTON HOPKINS COUNTY KENTUCKY THURSDAY OCTOBER 4 19OO NO 91
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WARNER M NEWBOLD t
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Burled at Cave Hill Cemetery Loukville
IMonday Afternoon j
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Railroad Officials All Attended Funeral of
111 This Popular Man °
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man on the dlvlsioji lost a
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That was the eulogy pro
pounced on Warner M Newbold
attar his death at Birmingham
Sunday September 80 in the
afternoon from a selfinflicted d d
pistol wound From every indi
cation the shot was fired in n
sudden fit of despondency which
induced a temporary mental
aberration in a man of bright
mind and great Qxecutive ability
who liad risen toalniost the high
eat place of importance and re
sponsibiiity in the conductof J
great railroad 1
Mr Newbold was superintend
cut of the South and North Di
vision of the Louisville andttash
ville Railroad with headquarters
at Birmingham Which important
division he had handled witbl
sUccess for about ten years llvj
ing gone there front the Hender J
son Division whore he was superI
intendent for several years He
was one of the oldest and ablest I
superintendents on the system
and was prominently mentioned J
for appointment to the General
Managership at the time of GonI
oral Manager Metcrtlfes resig
nation
Mr Newboid lost his wife inj
the spring His son Roger NewI
bold a young engineer and con j
tractor with a bright future ISI
the only child Since Mrs Now
bolds death he was at times
quite despondent and had been
under a physicians treatment
for several days before his death 1
He spent a while in his office
Sunday morning and went home
about 10 oclock He instructed J
the driver not to take his horse
out of the buggy that he would
drive presently and had invited
a friend in to take supper He
went to his room and prepared
for his bath then lay down on
his bed put the revolver to isJ
mouth and fired He lived about j
four hours 1
The remains were taken to j
Louisville and interred beside
the grape of his wife Monday af
ternoon His mother and two
brothers Samuel Wand Edward I
Newbold live in Louisville All
of the officials of the L N sys
tem who could got there hL time
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attended the funeral from the J
president down The funeral
cortege moved direct from the
railroad station to Gave Hill
comoteryj where religious servi
ces wore held The floral offer J
ings Wore elaborate and beauti
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7Jt I OCTOBER ORDER t t
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Ol Bishop McCIoskcy Read in Catholic
Churches J
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Bishop Mcploskeys official or
der was read innll Catholic I
Churches yesterday It is as o
follows t
Complying with the wishes
< four Holy Father Pope Leoe
Xill wem direct the regular
YAotaber devptipn8 take place
daily from October Ito Nbveiri
boor 2 in all the parish 9 u rpbess
of the diocese t
These devotiojitf will consist t
Pl the roBary the 3litahy of Our 1
Lady of Xor et to land the prayer of
toJgseph andthey raay take j
place either during < the Holy II
Sacrifice of the Dl iM ot Jat the >
Exposition the Most filessed
Sacrament iri the evening + < v
HA plenary indulgence iaf W
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granted on the usual conditions
for the fetish of the Holy Rosary
October 7om for any day within
the octave
octaveA
uA partial indulgence of seven
years and seven times forty days
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therfaithfriltake
faithful take part in these de
votions or devoutly recite the
prescribed prayer to St Joseph
MINE ON FIRE
Force of fifty Men Fighting Flames to a
Mine Near Evansville
Evanville hid Oct 2 A big
fire is raging in the Sunnyside
Mine near this city and it is
bea
destroyed The fire started Sun
day morning from a discharge
A force of fifty men have > been
fighting the flames all day VineI
Bates the foreman of time mine
was overcome while fighting the
flames Jast evening and it is
feared he will die The mine is
one of the largest in Southern
Indiana
Culton Receives tlia Reward
Yesterday at Frankfort Cul
ton charged with conspiring to
assassinate Goebel received his
reward for various confessions
and variegated testimony and
was released on ten thousand
dollars bail
This is better than permitting
him to have privileges and au
thority at the jail but when I
Culton was first imprisoned bail
was denied him What evidence
has been developed to show that
he is innocent The presump
tion of his guilt is as great now
as when ho was arrested taken
from his sick bed and brought
ts
to Louisville For six months
he has been kept in jail without I
bond now he is released on bond j
not because anything has beesI I
discovered to relieve him but l
because of the evidence he has 4
given against others Evening
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THE POPES THANKS
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Says the Church In Cubaandthe Phil
ijftnts Has B en Well Treated
fcy thl Gownment 1
London pet 1 Archbishop
Irelan 1t s ho has arrived here
fromEotAon
from Kornlr on his way to the
United States in an interview 1
today is quoted sayingr
In lie of the audiences which
ho ranted me the Pope sitid
C We are well pleased With the
relations of the American Gov
ernment to the church in Cuba f
and the Philippines The Ameri
can Government gives proof ofj
good will and exhibits a spirit ofr
justice and respect for the liberty r
and rights of the church You
will thank in my mime the
President of the republic for 1
what is being done t
When I repeated to Cardinal
Rampolla the papal Secretary of
State my interview with the
Pope the Cardinal declared such
statements were what ho person J
ally believed and knew tobe
true and that I was at liberty to
repeat them to the American
people Furthermore Cardinal
Rampolla said that on no less
than three different occasions
petitions had been sent to theo
Vatican in the name of the Fili
pino leaders asking that direct w
official relations be opened beo
yeen them and the Vatican blltp
the Vatican has always refused m
to listen to such petitions out of t
considesation for the American 1
1Government
GovermnentiMaasonvilte
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MadiMnville Registration
The figures up to date of the Madi i
sonvlUe r gistratlon are flattering toh
the otvll3lbwy hosts The result in h
that planar promises to be all right
Thusfar707i1vpters have registered
which 888 are Republican 81f
Democratic and independent non JJ
committal eta The Democratic
list includes a number of Brown
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Everybody is KOihg to hl3arIidoso
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AMENDMENTS MAKE IT A FAIR ONE
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tFrankfort Oct 2 After a
struggle of four hours the Senate
election bill which has been
amended so as to make it a fair
law passed the Senate at 140
oclock by a vote of 21 to 15
Those voting in the affirmative
were Yeas Alexander Allen
Barrett Burnham Cox Dye
Dyer Gillespie Harrell Hays
Huntsman Howard Huff Jolly
Kirk McConnell Miller Trip
Triplett
lett Roberts White and White
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headThose
Those voting in the negative
were Nays Carter Coleman
Creusliaw Farris Ferguson Hari
beson Johnson Jones Thomas
Tolin Utley Voires Watkins
Watson and Welsh
The bill as passed is a fair law
It was so amended as to make the
State Board up of oho Democrat
one Republican and the Attor
ney General The County Boards
are to be made up of one Demo
crat one Republican and the
County Judge The duties of all
boards arc to be purely minis
terial Election officers must bo
appointed from party lists Sher
iffs must alternate
ACCOMPLISHED MUSIC TEACHER i
Miss Mary L Norwood Daughter of C
j Norwood Will Teach Here
Miss Mary L Norwood daughter
Of Mralld Airs Q J Norwood
whoso coming 1ms been looked for
ward to for some time by a number
of EnrIhigtonmuslo l vcrsls ox
pected about the middle of this
month Upon her arrival she will
take a class of Earlmgton young la
dies for instruction in music for pi
ano and organ and her prospects for
agoo class are ericouraglrig
MiwlorwoodlB enilneritly fltted
foe the work of a musfb teacher
having hact especial training to that
9ndalldsl1e Is both rexperlenced
and accomplished fThe teacher un
der wrioni silo prepared herself for
Jlerwprk is Miss Maria Llndsoy of
Frankfort who Is one tthe best
equipped ieadher jn Kentucky
iJIis gLindsey > studied at the inoin
naf I con f riatpfYIJrtl < Cf torard
spoutporne timlp In O tn1ol1ywhere
sheyreceiyadBpeplal training for the
work of tesiotiing s imiiBic M F frOmr Borne
of the leading teachers of that coun
try it is a pleasure to know that Earl
Ington is to have added an exper
meuced musician and teacher Those
who are interested should inquire
of C J Norwood mining engineer
for the St Bernard Coal Company
or Mrs Norwood at the family resi
dence on Farren Avenue across
from the Catholic school
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to New Opera House
The contract has been virtually let
to Richard Fnrnsworth of Hendor
son to build the new Masonic Tem
ple and Opera House and details of
the contract will be arranged in a
few days The matter was placed in
the hands of a committee composed
H C Bourland Jesse Philips and
Paul M Moore The house which
now stands upon the lot to be occu
pied will be moved Ina few days
and the work of excavation begun
Mr Farnsworth Is ready to put the
material on the ground and begin
work at once
Brown Democratic Speaking
REV J B BOATMAN
Earllngton Friday Oeti 780
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pmMadisonvilleSaturday
Madisonville Saturday Oct 6
180 pm
VVhlto Plains Saturday Cot 0
TSOp m
Letter List
Burris Mrs Win Crick Mr
Willie Carlisle Mr Goo Fields
I Mr Matt SrcCray rrr Silas Petty
Mrs Loanie Stewart Mr Geo
Sanders Mr Geo Shaw Mr Soil
Tap Mrs E Wright Mrs Fnniile
I B C Benjamin a prominent col
ored attorney and editor of the lex
ington Standard was shot and killed
at Lexington by Mike Moynahan
night watchman at the city work
house Moynahan was arrested and
is in jail
NO COMPROMISE WITH DISHONOR
The election bill as passed by the House is equally as obnox
ious as the Goebel bill It does not remove the centralized control
of the election machinery It does not take this machinery out of
the hands of the bosses In the place of the present triumvirate
would setup dictatorship with Sam J Shackelford as the dictator
The bill is artfully drawn to deceive the careless and unthink
ing It puts the precinct at the mercy of the machine It assures
a decision in favor of the machine on every question arising in the
casting andcounting of the vote in every precinct of the State
There is nothing in the bill to prevent the throwing out of enough
precincts in the canvass of the returns by the county boards to ear
ry every election for the machine regardless of the votes of f1g
people There are no peennlities forth OViola iWin visigns
There would be no power on earth tncompe tl 1
carryout the r sectiqn relating totho appoiiilmiwi p rh I
fVir l iitr
The defeat of the amendment to alternate the sheriff a ifen iit
fession that the House does not want a fair law By a vote Of 62
to 44 the House voted down the Lafterty amendment dividing the
sheriffs between two parties and thus giving to the Democrats the
deciding vote in one precinct and to the Republicans in the next
This would have greatly improved the bill It would have wiped
out one of its most partisan features but fiftytwo Democrats voted
to retain partisan control of every precinct in the State thus con
fessing that they fear a fair law And that they do not propose to
permit the passage of a nonpartisan bill No Democrat who c cluims
tobe conservative no Democrat who really wants fair elections
1 can afford to assume responsibility forth is biHTopassthis bill
by the votes of men who have fought the Goebel law will be noth
ing less than a surrender to the extremest of the Goebel faction
No party and no faction that has made a fight on the Gdebel law
can afford to accept this warmedover Goebelisnij as presented in
the alleged compromise bill IfIt is dangerous to put supreme
I power over the elections into the hands of three men is it notinorj
dangerous to put supreme power into the hands of one man especi
ally when that man is Sam Shackelford If this bill were s Qi
amended as to alternate the sheriffs to provide penalties for a fail
ure to follow its provisions in the appointment of precinct officers
if the alleged ministerial duties of the county boards were definitely
set forth if the county boards were appointed by some authority
other than the State Board and if some county officer were made
wercIIfaqethe
the third member it Would be a reasonably fdr measure But
Such changes would make it a now bill J
ThQ Senate should stand firmly for a fair law No C01JDIQi
mise with dishonor should be its motto Some members of the
House arc reported to have voted for this bill upon the assumption
that it was the best that could be put through theHouse They are
said to be ready to vote for a fair bill if the Senate can pass a more
satisfactory measure The Senate seems to hold the key to the sit
nation It should stand by its determination to pass a fair law art
should pass a really nonpartisan bill and let the Housp accept it
or take the responsibility of time extra session Louisville Dispatch
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DEMOCRATIC COMfiARED WITH REPUBLICAN PROSPERITY
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rtI892r7The Last Year of President Harrisons Administration Perceafagilaf Increase
j tf > > Hopkins County Produced jJ 73676 Tons S h i
in1893TheFirst Year of Clevelands AdminlstrationC fM L v F
uP L I Percent
r Hopkins County Producedr J < > X161074 Tons 31l veri892 Year
ii 1896 The Last Year of Cleveland Administration J hj f l
r IIf I > 3 Per C ent
Hopkins County Produced 1 > tit 1Ilrh G > jft ll M Tons Ier j 4 to 4 Years 132
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Iri J857Jrhe First Year of McKinleys Administration i 3 iPer
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C Produced 4 fIn 23OlerJ 896
g Hopkins County ro uce O vfp t 61412 Tons 2 In I year
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A Democratic Increase in four years of 5 34 per cent
f v v r
L 3A4 Republicait Increase in three tijt 62 12 per t dent
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