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ROOSEVELT COMING
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Great Preparations Receive HiM1
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SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER 13 I
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I k W J I
Committees Appointed to Wdcomefthe
fcV Rough Rider
> i f 1
Qol Theodore Roosevelt as
coming ariid willjspcak at Matii
sonville Saturday morning Oc
tober 18 at 915 oclock At
i A >
this hour the special train OH
which he Will travel on his tour
of Kentucky will reach Madison
ville Arrangements will be
made to erect a stand near the
depot in an open space that will
accommodate thousands of peo
ple who will be there
On the previous day Col
Roosevelt will finish his tour of
Indiana speaking at Evansville
Friday night
On Saturday morning he comes
cometI
to Henderson where he will
make a twenty minute speech
Then the special will proceed to
Madisonville and thence byE I
of Guthrie to Louisville where
he specs that night
V The Hopkins County Reception
Committee will go to Henderson
and meet thespia1 coming out
with Col Roosevelt and party
after the Henderson speech
> A meeting of citizens was held
atMadispnyille yesterday after
noon at which committees were
appointed to welcome the dis
tinguished candidate and to pro
vide all necessary arrangements
and look after the advertising
etc f The following are the comI
mittees J
S
I RECEPTION O lIMIT EE
Mayor W P Ross QeijU C J
Pratt I Bailey W L Gordon J B
Atkinson J B Han6y S
OQMJIITTBE ON AKRANOKMENTS
6eoIt Lynn Henry G Davis
Douglas Clark J D MarLin Thos 1
O Bourland I
a COjrjflTTBK ON ilNANCE AND ADI
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Thos E Finley J D Martin
Jat1 Moore i
1 With Mr Roosevelt will be the
Hon John Proctor Clarke ofI
New York and Gen q rtis
Guild Jr of Boston who was j
Gen Fitzhugh Lees Inspector
General in Cuba Both men are
possess d of rare Oratorical poVr 1
ers and will give valuable aid to
Gov Roosevelt 5 I
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Sebree Notes VJ j
Misses Mamie Dixon Carma
Singer Nettle Vaughan and Maggie jl
Flint Were in Henderson Saturday
Miss Lola Hall is visiting in Cory t
day
dayMiss Laura Webb lias accepted aj
position in Keanes milinery store afc c
Henderson
Forest Ramsey Ed Reaves Misses I
Nettle Vaughan and Gertrude Bailey J
spent Sunday In Dixon
Miss Eflle Brasier of Kelley is
visiting here
Mrs A JMcMullin and daughter
Miss Nannie spent Sunday in DeloI
wareC
wareMiss kate Coimtzler has returned
from St Louis where she has had a
position in one pf the wholesale I
millinery establishment
Mrs L C Gates has gone to Bir
mingham Alaou an extended J
visit I
Miss Greek Miller of Cedar Falls i
la is at home on a visit
Mrs Ezra Vaughn and little
daughter Virginia have returned i
from a visit to Henderson i
Miss Queen Buchanan has re i
turned from LoUfsville and accepted
a position as head trimmer in Hor 1
nprs millinery department f
Miss Bourne of Louisville has
accepted a position as head trimmer
for King Majors millinery < estab
liBbmeut 1 t
Quite a crowd attended the sing
ing at the Baptist Church Tuesday
night
l Thek of P lodge of this place
will give a banquet In the near fu f
> Pf I
ture x 0 v
MrsDplly Walker who came here
from Los Angeles Cal this sum 1
jher to visit ber slsterj MrS 0F b
ow ell has returned tp her home Ins
Chioago M > S
The Star Comedy t Company of f
OWcagbAptayed herd Monday night S
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APPOINTMENTS
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RevB M C rrIls Earlinstoni Pastor
andjfevf R M Wheat Goes
to Owensboro
vnr 0 A > I > i
DR jEO W nAVES IS PRESIDING ELDER
y < > o
The Louisville Conference as
signed RevB M Currie to the pas
torate of theM E Church South I
at this place and Nebo The ap
pointments will stand as heretofore
Mr CurrIe Is a bright young man l
iind comes to usliighly recommend
ed bothias a man and a preacher
< He filled outR v 0 Y Smiths term
at Elkton last ytiat and his work
was very acceptable ROy R M
Wheat goes to the Main Street
church at Owonsboro which Is said
to be ft delightful charge
Bro Currie Will fill his appoint
ments hero next Sunday and Bro
Wheat will fill his new pulpit at
Owensboro Below we give the list
of appointments forth Henderson
DistrictPresidingElder
Presiding ElderRev GlIT Hays
Henderson F M Thomas
AudubonW O Rlckard
RoardsJ E Lewis v
C f
Morganfleld J B Adams
Morganfleld Circuit B F Orr
Corydon W H Archey
Smith MillsJ R McAfee
Slaughtersville E Pate
Hanson G M Everett
E Madisonville GW Lyon
° Eariington npd NeboB M Cur
rieSebree
Sebree AV A Easloy
Dixon E Harralson
Casey ville Silas Newton
Sacramentod D Ward
f r v
f Call at the St
Bernard Store for
H1T Martin cfcGc s
Original Green
ville Tobacco
A movement is on foot to colonize
a community of Ohio and Michigan
farmers in Tennessee on the N C
St L IUs desired to bring down
700 people farmers and their faml
lIes
Docs it Pay to Buy Cheap
A cheap remedy for coughs nmJI
colds is all right butyou want some
thing that will relieve and cure the
more severe and dangerous results
of throat and lung troubles What
shall you do Go to a warmer and
more regular climate Yes if pos
sible ifnot possible for you then
iu either case take the only roinedy
that has been In f reduced1 In all civ
ilized countries with success in so
yore throat and lung troubles
Boschees German Syrup It not
only heals and stimulates the tis
sues to dcstroy the germ disease but
allays Inflammation causes easy ex
pectoration gives a goodnights rest
and cures the patient Try one bot
tit Recommended many years by
all druggists in the world For sale
by dealers in all civilized countries
j Harry Cooper now deceased is
said to have been the tallest man in
rthe r world He was 8 feet 8 inches
tA largo silk mill Is soon to be es
v
tablished at Raleigh NC by a
party of New York capitalists
> Repprts from the South end of
Hopkins county are very flattering
to the Republicans and all friends of
cttil liberty
c1IIibertyn
R C O Benjamin a prominent
negro lawyer and editor of Lexing
ingtou was shot and killed Tuesday
night as a result of a quarrel over
registration in that ityI
It Issald there are fewer divorces
among the Chlckasaws than any
other race of people
coiismpiionis
1sby no means the dreadful
disease it is thought to be
in the beginning
stoppedi
the beginning The trouble
is you dont know youve got
it you dont believe it you
wont believe it till you are
forced to Then it is danger
ous
Dont be afraid but attend
to it quick you can do it your
self and at home
Take Scotts Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil and live care
j
fully every way
This is sound doctrine j
whatever you may think or
e toldand if heeded will
save life
If you have not JIt senc for I
free sample Its agreeable taste will J
surprise you
SCOTT A BOWNE ChemUts
09 Pearl Street fNew York o
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it DOWN IN THE MINES
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Foreman Pepan reports Increase I
activity fn the coke business and the
prospects Are bright for such ttn
crease of orders that the stock coke
now on hand will soon be on the road
v nv
to market
marketThe
The articles appearing in the last
issues of THB BEE touching on the
increased output of coal in Hopkins
county are read with surprisq nnd
open the eyes of the bitter partisan l
who can see 110 prosperity JWff
If there is a person who enjoys a
fishing trip occasionally and whoon
account of steady work deservesjjJt t
that person is W D Cavinosias
sistant machinist for the St Bernard
and so this week in company wlfti a
relative from Pennsylvanla and
other friends from here he isisppnd
ing on Green river Vfi
An tofler of an increase in wages by
the coal operators of the anthracite
coalfields bids fair to be the stepping
stono that may lead to an adjustment
of tho present trouble So fai1wc I
understand the operators positively
refuse to recognize the miners union L
and this factmay delay a settlemant
George Dockery of the Barnsley
mine spent several days last week
at the Henderson fair
It is reported that a lead mine will
soon be developed near Paintsviile 1
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Businessmen in the South afx
pressing themselves through jtho I
Manufacturers Record as opposed
to the election of Bryan They re
gard it as a calamity move
A laboring man of this place clearly
states the true situation of affairs
from a political standpoint wheirhe
says thatunder Clevelands admin
istration he did well to get three
days work each week and liQw lIe
says he can easily get six and pften
ho is wanted to work tho seventh
Simply because ones parents voted
one way is no reason why we should
not profit by such lessons of experi
ence and votq in favor of continuing
the present prosperous condition of
affairs
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1 The greatest prosperity barometers
inthe world are coal and pig iron
Coal perhaps is tho greater 6f > tho
I
two It is the material energy of the
country the great factor in ajlts
manufacturing enterprisesf
When tim cO1ntr is prosp rous
when all the factory chimneys faro
belching smoke and when all the
furnace fires ard flaming then the
coal miners are busy the production
increases wages advance and the
railroads got enormous tonnage in
hauling the coal Shipping is in do
nand for coal cargoes and the entire
country throbs with the energy gejvr
crated by coal
That the United States judged by
this barometer is prospering as it
never prospered before islndisputa
able That it isa prosperity that
reaches the masses is also beyond
dispute
In 1898underuProsperity at Home
and Peestige Abroad the Produc
tion of coal in the United States was
not only the largest in our history
but larger than that of any other
country in the world In 1898 for
the first time the United States fig
urea show a larger production than
that of Great Britain
As the production of the United
States in 189Q exceeded that of 1898
by 88684083 tons the immense and
steadily increasing prosperity of the
country can be fairly gauged
By opening the mills rather than
the mints tho coal production of the
country has increased from 191986
357 tons in 1896 to 258539050 tons in
1899 an increase of 00563293 tons
The figures as to thq average num
ber of men employed in the coal
mines of the United States in 180
and in J899 show how the opening of
the mills of the country increased
the number of wageworkers in this
one industry
In 1896 there were 393162 men em
ployed in coal mining In 1898 there i
were 401221 men so employed arid
in 1899 there were 4011635 an Increase
of 17478 men employed over 1896 and
of over 10000 over 1 98A
There Js a tariff on coal yet we apf
pear to be capturing the markets of
the world with that product
In the fiscal year ending June 80
1896 the United States exported an +
thracite and bituminous coal valued
at flatJ40062
In the fiscal year ending June 80
18Q8 the United States exported an
thracite and bituminous coal valued
ath1683749I
ath1683749For
For the year ending June 80 1000
we have exported coal to the value
of t2412
Steamers are nosy being chartered
almost daily to carry coal from the
the United States to St Petersburg
and Stockholmfas well as to Italian
French and German ports
Expansion lathe ordor of the day
in our coal Industry as in all others
More men are employed at the
mines JNTore wages are paid TJfe
output Is larger Most of the coal is
used in our own factories where ad 1
i r k
ditional work 18 given 16 thousands
fof others of our wage earners who
are busily ehgaged making gftdda
with which to supply the aottyo
American market as well as to cap
ture the markots of the world Anti
all of this Is the result of a tariff
that pro toots Amerlcan labor and
industry
probablyno loading paper in tho
United States takes a more conser
vative vlowfpf the Eastern strike sit
ation thaigdoes Harpers Weekly
and so below Jive quote from ari arti
cle which tpuchtos I on the political
phase ofithe qupstion as well as on
Other points
To put the yardstick to the condi
tion of the anthracite miners wh6
are on strlket in Pennsylvania is im
possible No man may say whether
or not theywere warranted in going
lout a week ago last Monday That
they will better thoircoiiditioh ex
tremely improbable That thero is
room for betterment is unfortunately
trueIt
It is equally true however that
the bulk of the men are better off
today than at any time since the
years following the civil w rTho
miners themselves will admit as
much With all other classes the
United States their condition has
steadily improved In the last two
years Few trades have felt the
touch qf prosperity more sharply
InsteacTpf working one hundred days
or one hundred and fifty days as
they dd previous 1898 most of
the minors have practically full
time fromtvcmijy ti twonttwo
daysanuth f 0
It seemsBtrange therofore < that
the men should have chosen tlils
particular time to strike Several
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xplanationslznobeem1 ollerc4 It
has been puggesfed oh many Asides i
that politics has to do with it The
strike leadeYsHeny this vehemently
but tho rumor persists That Mr
Bryans managers have looked about
anxiously for something to offset the
cry of the full dinner pail every
one knows The anthracite miners
certainly offered n fine opportunity
For years they have chafed under a
system of compensation that is sin
gularly crude It left an opening
for a series of almost endless abuses
In too many cases this opening was
taken advantage of by operators and
their superintendents and foremen
Tho result was that the whole mass
of mine employes have been disaf
footed notwithstanding their stead
ily increasing prosperity and tho
fact that littlo mpre than 20 per cent
of the men were directly abused
The allowance regulation and
the fact that coal is credited to the
mirier not by weight but by caroffor
further opportunities for the oppres
sion and robbing pf the miner by
the operators and their foremen
When a new vein is opened the
price to be paid per car to the miner
Is fixed between the men and the op
erator according the general form
ation If Uboa high vela with lots
of clean coal and plenty of working
room the miner is allowed about
elghtyfivebr ninety dents per car
If It is a low vein where the miner
must work in a stooping position or
where ho must perhaps lay prone on
his abdomen to pick and drill and If
the formation be rocky the price may
be as high as 110 There is no fixed
system of determining the price It
is largely haphazard guesswork
The operator and his men have the
final say in determining the amount
to be paid and as they are of neces
shy shrewder than the miner it In
variably works out that the work
man gets the worst of the decision in
tho collieries where the miners are
not overnice
F rtuna teJy mos of the operators
especially the big companies are
fair But the smaller men are often
grasping and it is not infrequently
the case that the miner is driven to
the only remedy a strike against
the operators decision Only re
cently there was a prolonged strike
in one of the Scranton collieries
where the men refused pointblank
to accept time operators valuation
It sojiappened that the men in this
thisc91itery
colliery were drganized and after a
sharp struggle they gained their
point I
Almost without exception in theI
smaller collieries the carsare topped
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Continued on Third Page
GRIPPE I
Grippe and influenza invariably leave
tho system with a bad cough For
such Dr John W Bulls Cough Syrup
la highly rpoommended This won
derAil remedy gives relief at once
conquers the worst cough overnight
and soon effects a thorough cure
DtBulIPsCOUCH I
COUCH SYRUP
Cures Grippe and ftuenirij
rwfie are smalVand pltjsant to take > Doctor
Teeomniend PncejycU fAtall druggl ti
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A gorgeoxis costume flashed beneath the brilliant lights
of a bou room The queen of society is radiant tonight
The nervous hands of a weak woman have toiled day
And night the weary form and aching hood have known ho
rest for the drees must be finished in time
To that queen of society and her dressmaker we would
say a word One through hothouse culture luxury and
social excitement and the other through the ton of necessity
may some day mid their ailments a common cause
Nervous prostration excitability fainting spells dizzi
nes sleeplessness loss of appetite and strength all indicate
serious trouble which has peen promoted by an overtaxed
systemFor the society queen and the dressmaker alike there is
nothing so reliable as Lydia E Pinkhams Vegetable
Compound to restore strength 1 vigor and happiness
Mrs Lizzie Anderson A9 Union St Salem N J writes
II DBAS Mas PISKHAM I ieel Jb k my duty to write and toll you bow
grateful I am to you for what your medicine baa dope for mti At one
time I suffered everything a woman oould I had inflammation of the
ovarioe falling of the womb and lepoorrbcoa At times could not hold a
noodle to sew The first dose of your Vegetable Compound helped mo so
much that I kept on usin4rlt I have now taken six bottleS and am well
and able to do my work 1 Iso ride a wbool and feel nO bad effeots from
it I am thankful to tho Giver of all good for giving you the wisdom of
I 1MFIAi1 WODERI
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curing Buuermg women i recommend your mca
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diseases
Mrs Sarah Swoder 103 Welt St
La Porte Ind writes
4 DaB HUB PKKHAM It gives mo great
pleasure to tell you how much good Lydia E
Piokbams Vegetable Compound baa done for me
I I had been a sufferer for yean with female
trouble I could not sew but a few minutes at a
time without suffering terribly with my head
My back and kldqeys also troubled mo all the
time I was advised by a friend to take your med
icine lhad no faith in it but decided to try it
After taking one bottle I felt so much better that
I oonUnued its use and by the time I bad taken
six bottles I was cured There is nox > ther medicine
for me J recommend it to all my friends
REWARD
Owing 10 the fact tktt MM ieptlcil
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quutionedthe
the ctcuioceea oC the teftiaooUl letters
we are cocuuatl PUMiIMZ we have
depodtM vkb the NaBooal City Bank of Lynn VUu 5 5000
wblcb will be pAid to oy pena who wilt ibow that tM abore
CMtteoeUH we sot gemdo or were publl b d before obtalalag
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