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bhri B Harvey cotihty chair
niiITOh1t B Atkin on Bailey
and Charles Seymour constituted
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iriot Goy Roqseyelt at Eyans
ville representing Hopkins coun
ty and escorted him to Madison
yillo and Eariingtpri Saturday
morning after the speech at Hen
T derson jMr Atkln on and 1ilu1
Mi Moore wont through with the
arty tp Hopkiusci11ovadously
V A large crowd variously esti
iriatod greetjedj < 3ovi Roosevelt
win his special triin pullod into
lEarlihgton Saturday morning at
f30By previous arrangement
with the 4aiIroad officials the
trainlvas stopped at the water
crane nOrth of the old depot and
V the railroad yard cleared of cars
foi that purpose gave room for
I the p ppcrto occupy the tracks
ai well M the street The crowd
filled the street at the side and
tear of the r Governors private
oar and swung out Across the
Ar
ii large portion of them were miners
< V in thf ii work clothes with din
J nor buckets lamps burning X m
3 thtir cps and their faces covered
with the grime ofV the mines
whence they had just come by
special permission to greet the
distinguished guest and hear h s
mo to the lati idg irianiiow
> Bunder the influence of constant
work and prosperous conditions
Many Wero on mine mules some
111cart and the riaftoat The
Norli miners Mi 6r get Ihere
in time and the school children
who camg with flags and banners
V V flying theriiBelvei had almost to
fly iOyget tliire Men and women
boys and girls ran liurriedly to
see and hear the famous Rough
Rider The mule drivers on their
little mine mules and they are
trulylittlQ Itough Riderflrrplayed
a loading part in this very unique
sconeV
V vi the train Itoppecl jfr
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pat ie < the Qpyernprlrom Evtins
ville as Cone Qf the Hopkins
county reception committee in
produced Goy Rboseyoltby say
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V V < MFellbw Citizens I desire to
4 j reVerifc to ypli the ideal Amen
can citizen > JI i
3Jho V flrslJliin1r to ttttract the
1 peakert eye were three large
banners stretched across the
street over the crowd which read
p The 2000 Miners of Hopkins
r Oounty feate SOOOjiFull Dinner
ritilsI
Under KcKinley We Work
oo Days inth Year
SUnder OleYeland We Worked
I GL 1er
192 DaSn t1uYear
jHeniaHel these banners a text
tof iiartof liis raarks Tlie rer
t nark of the Rough Rider were
1to the effect that the men had
jasked their own questions and
c ad also answered them when
hey displayed their bannets
10 you wish t4 returnthe
d day working year he asked
f SQ1 doiit say that yjm 4 d
t knpr ife was loaded for you
ye ahredy tstifled a st < your
ionces tLnder Iempcrtic
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Of the icpurttry whiif guaranteed
tic yary than plenty of work and
again Wciape of threatened vio
hence tp civil freedom and the
purity of the Tjallpt V He cbn
Untied in the snmo line he had
pur1th1VViI1 the other two acl
drones in tle StabI
v Referring tp the school chil
dren lie said he was glad to sjee
themJX am an expert in ciill
dVen Iihayb six myself He >
urged his hearers not to vote to
go back to hard Uin sanahQ
Work j and he said that they should
remember that they who suffered
most in hard times wore the help
less women and children
The train began to move before
he con lud dwithn general ex
pression of thanksV V I
It had been arranged before
the train reached Earlingtbn that
Goy Roosevelt shou dsayafew
words only on acsount pf the
Weakness of his throat the pre
vious evening and that l Guild
of Massachusetts should mako
the speech But the Rough Rider
was so captivated by the unique
reception provided that bebe
came V interested at once and
spoke the full time
Many flags were in evidence
and the St Bernard buildingTvas
decorated with bunting and flags
One ainusing feature of the
morning was the belated proces
sion from No 11 mines which
came marching in twos about five
minutes after the Roosevelt
special had pulleaout V They
were given an ovation scarcely
second to that accorded the Gov
ernor1 particularly as their line
of march ldprobably taken the
five minutes to form in the regu
lar order in which thoy proposed
to appear before the next Vice
President V <
A gentleman who accompanied
the special to Louisville says the
newspaper nten on the traIn pro
nounced the Earlington reception
the feature of the day outside of
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MAbWONVlMB V 1iOct 18
When the special train bearing Gov
ernor Rppseyelt Stopped near the de
pot at 915 oclock this Tnornlng there
wera fully 2600 sItizenB gathered
around the elararately decorated
stand that had been erected near the
tracks < A band was playing and
flags were flying Governor Booso
vole was Imnedlately hurried to the
stand and jrifrbduciKl by Mayer Sv
POROSS The enthusiasm was great
and the distinguished Tlsitot was re
eetvtd with prolonged cheering
His speech was longer than Jthad
been aJ the first stop of the morning
and h < was In liotter voice In part
his speech was V t
> IeTO arq many Issues V at B akepf
vital jmportetico In this contest It
la most Important that we Should
maintain a sound currency it Is
rapst Important that we preserve the
conditions of prosperity which now
exist It is of even great z import
anco that we maintain the Jlonpr of
the flag and the renown of the na
tion j but greater than jail In hnporfc
ance Is that wo preserve those prin
ciples orderly liberty and government
rwni
ineht Under the law whlclivw haye
Inherited from our forefathers and
wHich lie at the root of all selfigpyn
ernment
We may differ as tp parses we
iiiy diffeias to politics but alien
anyippnsidfrable bp ly of our people
cpme to uwJerstand the rIght of the
free man 1 cast ijlsvotQ RS he
plea CBaiKitQ have thatvote counted
aac Btthe GoY lntDfn Is In danger
XtvOan notipnj go Pn wUen that right
is denledjYoii ye all heard pf IDK
parlailsm Jtls tn8BUUesfc phantom
ever devised < frighten poljtlal
children There Jii tie danger m the
world froth ImerIa1isrn Ma v now
understand Dp ypu know A ow big
Qa JJPyJI It flt JUBJ 65 000 mob t
andt represents a natiOn of 76000000
pic plW This give UB jtoBfr elghtiy
hJi6riajliundredthB of spldler with
the cprrf sppnai fr tion pit agutf
1 or eyjery 1000 popple JU YOU f eel at
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gressing rapidly The frame 1
work is well up and begins to
shbwrsomething of the size and
shape ana jdndipfn house it will
Ibev The cut we publish toda
shpw s the appearance fVto
Main street end of the net di
pot as it will look when finished
This picture snot give a goctdj
idea of the iiOf the building
for the reason that the main
street end ip in width only about
one fonrtli the length tile buildj
ing will extend along the rail
road front This in connection I
riptiont1ult
tion that follows will give a
definite notion of the new and
handspme station which our peo t
pIe will soon enjoy It is is ex t
pected that it will be ready for
occupancy about Upvember 80
It is a ten room structure and
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fAflSTREET F 3J JST NEW DEPOT EAELINQTON V j
is being built inmQ substantial
styleV The ceiling heights V are
19 feet for the first floor and 12
feet for the second story On
the ground floor beginning at
the main street end lend in the
Order namedi are the ladies wait
ing rppni argents office general
waiting room and baggage room
and toilet rooms at the rear
tfplstairs are the despatchers of
ice trainmasters office train
mens rponii assistant roadnias
ter record and wash rooms The
Jength of t f foundation along the
railroad is 88 feet Oinijhes with a
width pf 80 feet and 7 niches at
the widest point The structure
Occupies i the space formerly
taken up by the little railroad
park with its fountain find
bard stand and the Main street
end is 25 feet south oft e south
huB of TMtain se t The fpun
datipris are Ibrick throughout
The roof is to be ofthebtslate
with Ornamental finish of gal
yanizecl iron with galyanized
iron gutters and Sown pipes
The finish inside i tp be of hard
faced yellow pineA oil nwW
Windows and doors all single
nev plate iaw i Thev 1atory
aangemente retd11Wb ofth
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moitapproved t9qip pti1f41mp
i thfiugli r J9 i both
floors 1i fact i all thiinoderri
oonveriices will hejth ishied
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fpr the benefit pf the traveling
public of this thriving and busy
own of morO than three thous
and inhabitants
The cpntraofeprpyidea V that tlie i
ibuilding sl1 lle cpmpletdby
I Nov 80 and is being exeqiited
eqcqtdby
by the Cottage Building tJoni
fpany of Eyansyiile under the
irection of MriT tfcVeih
superintendent pf Bridges and
tBuildings LpuiByille Nash
tyillo Railroad to whose cpurtesy
fuB BEE is indebted for the hi
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formation Herewith published
Mr JlcVeigh alsc periliitted us
the use of Jiis plans fro1 which
to make the drawing and cut
jmblished todayV V
i The new depot will be pro
jdcdwHh ornamental fiye
places and with stoves for heat
lug comfortably in any weather
Steam heat was at 1irs contem
plated but was abandoned on ac
3ount of difficulties in the way
j There will be between the
giilrOad track and dejot and at
iflie northend of the building a
fliodern screenings platform
wade of finely crushed limestone
ind Cement with a Substantial
atone curbingV
Our people are pleased t r
oy are to have what they de
fey the handsomest depotdn
tk line between Nashville and
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Lto Favors American Control of the
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Geneva 0jtc16 MrBellamy
Storerj United States Minister to
Spain in the course of a cOnvern
satipn here today regarding his
recent interview with the Pope
said j
Leo appeared to be in much
better health than when I saw
him io years agofull of
lifOj and has lost npno of the in
terest he has lad from the first
in mattersrelttthig fed the Church
Of Rome V
Since Archfcishpp Irelands
visit iVVtVW Vatronn it is clearly
understi00d there that the best
interest pf tEe Roman Gathplib
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church demand American rule
in the r Miippmes sThe United
Stat l and the Catholic church
have The same aims there and
V hope p work together for order
aneacV
Mri Stpr r assOrtOdthat the
iillipinps Jid made three atx
ompts tp open negotiations with
they tIc nan of which were
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pppor tunlty and catch the gppdi tqati
is within our reach IB the great art
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As a proof of the nations prosperity the fbliotying table is
published by the Railway and Telegraph Employes Iiettgudjbi nIt
nofs showing the compensation paid to the different classes of rail
road employed in the specified years and the increase in ISiDO over
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General officers i r 4 1223ir088 12904442 729763
Other offlcers4 > t v H + tt 48548ai 7489840 2634616
2429046iS
Station gentsnl rJir > 36681 880 18008057 1327277
Other station men 1 t 88460716 42619018 4158297
Engine menu > 4i y I 89490901 40740044 7265148
Firemen 22671180 26648634 4077604 t
4077504conductors
Conductors i I n i 23708480 27 642397 8988917
Other ralnmcuI Sr A Hj 80504185 41261977 4767842
Machinists fv vv J > 17724174 20720783 8002662
8002562Carpenters
Other Bhopmenvsv 1 44 788682 53239608 8601034
Section foremen iifiv v 16785i703 17824851 1088648
Other trackmen if 60518897 01439929 10926082
Switchmen flagmen watchmen 24254209 27984774 8780i605
Telegraph operatjars and dispalchersr 18616811 36110112 1494801
Employes account of floating equip V V V
ment o e 8260020 813 3162 726142
All other employes and laborers 40877117 53j039jl54 1205i917 J
Totals4V rrM > > 4 t 446608261 522907i890 77459635
That this condition Of prosperity with railroads still continues
is shorn by more recent facts gathered by the Chicago Tribune
concerning the three most important railroads centering in that
city They are the Chicago Northwestern the Chicago Bock
Island Pacific and the Illinois Oentral The Northwestern foad
reports V an increase of 8626 men employed oiv June 80 1000 over
the number employed in 1890 and an increase pf 5j845 267 pi
Wages The Illinois Central payroll shows an increase of 8788
men and 6j7925dO of wages The Rock Island employs 2j1i more
men in 1900 than it did during the last presidential campaign and
pays 1 864 086 more wages The reports of other roads running
from Chicago have not ye 4 be6n finished but all of them give the
I assurance that there will be a large iiicreaso in both directibns yhp
total increase ofc the three roads mentioned has been lQ8Q men
and of wages paid > 18001898 Co4and Coke j V V V
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rominenT Wyer ol laWou5p
h announced that he will sup4
portHon John W erkes at the
coming election Mr Applegate
has always heretofore been a
DemOat and the change cpmes
as surprise to all except those
intimate wi thhim1fr Apple
gate is one of the leading Demo
crats who represented Carlisle
county in the constitutional con
vention V
In connection With Mr Apple
gatiEiB announcement attention
has been calieidLto the fact that
the leadinDemocrats who aided
ip drafting thepresent cOnstitu
thinV are now suppprting Mr
Jerkes Among those who are
openlyso are the fpllow
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V George Washington of New
port whp waBl6ne of the authors
itf cpmmjtte pf the old election
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V 3iiage W Mk Beckner of Win
Chester who is making stunk
speeches for the Republican nom
inee I V V V
Major P P Johhston of Fay
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ette county V V
ExGov Simon Bolivar Buck
nor pf Hart countyV
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Judge William H Maokoy of
Opyington who was Senator Wil
liamlGbebels associate from Ken
ton countyV
ExGlpy J Proctor fettrof
Marion county i
V Judge WV G Bullft ft i JFrank
frt who represented McQra ken
county in the cpnyention 4V
W X Mcphord of Washington
county brother pf Raijroad Com
missioiet0 0 M OhordV V
i Cassius M Clay of BourppJX
county j who was preSident of itlie
Icbnvention V
These men were tiVbrains gf
the ringwhi9hiI 1896
drafted the constitnition of Ken
tucky whichiB V bw ikjgffectr All
of tl1eD1 a re I1OadOrSt the bar
and all were selected as Demo
crate byjpemocratic ipnstitnen
des sthe most 81 it Qlanl
ftd men to 1 > rticpatein the
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momentous dutiesof the opttstitu
tional convention There arpiOther
i Democratic members of the eon
stitutional conventiOn who are
for Mr Yerkes bulb who haVe
not annotinced their support PjE
him publicly Several mpre of
them who are among the mOst
prpminentiDempcrats the State
c ildbenamed Altogether
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bered that many hayisiv4i dit can V
be seen that the above men rep
represent a SV large percentage pf
the brains and intelligence V of
the bod y4 Judge Thonias Hines
who represented Franklin county
died only recently Toward the
latter part of his life he was also
an opponent of Geebelism
That such a large per cent of
the best legal lights in the con
stitutional conventioh haveleft
the GoebeliteB and are supportr
iug Hon John ST Zerkesshows
conclusively that the legal prp
fessipnof the state is almost as ft
unil f be the Ropublican nominee
The lawyers of the common
wealth more than any other classy
hiave been able to appreciate fcher
outrages of the Goebelites and
have from the first realized tlieX
enormity of those steps under
the formaof the JawHtQn cODi
plish a lawless purpose andto4
place inofficeJQ Wi Beckatri
and other Democrats who were >
not selcte4by the people Werer
a poll of the lawyers of the ataitei
possible it is likely that a larger
per cent of that prof ession would
be found to have left the Demo
cratib party Vtlathtt pf any
bther calling The change in
party amliatibn V among Deino
cratic members Of the constitu
tional convention is but a straw
showing which way the wind is
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Franklin Oct 15OaptVE1l
of bwensboro refused to rniael
Senator WIt Jones of GlasgoW
in joint debate at the courthouse
today Ellis wa advertised to
speak here today sSOWl as
Jones was asked to speak Berp he
asked Ellis for a division of time
Ellis said heCiiad already had a
fwfthpurs sjpeech preparedand
wanted fo tpake it wlthouinif
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oOit1on 18 a ranging tor cheke
shoW atXouIaTiUf iff January
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