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THE DEE
Earlfntotifry
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 14 1893
CM Wit 6 about
dessfuf foerrfocratic t W VJfjfy
know who was elected representa
tive in Hardin County says the
only way he got in was by buying
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mittec
Mjtwrc
Political leaders will be very
careful hereafter nottoput asifree
silvc candidate upon a sotfnd
money pVtfonn especially in
Kentucky andf IpwaBul tlien
fred silver is dead andburied and
will not again play a part unless
it bb the par of retaliation
Wk this week civc 6ur readers
aspronused a complete recordof
the vote ofHopkins oountjby
precincts and majcsterjal districts
This is a v Valuable
6hould be treasured by Rcpubli
cans and
Democrats as what we whatdtd
Nocody bufthb Courief Jotirhal
UV illy 4ijuita aw iu
leys election- Thjtr paper had
itm elected by 18000 Thomaps
gin is quite satisfactory but not sq
large as the Courier Journals fig-
urcs indjcateci T hey mader error
jnmeir ovyn igurcs - f
AroERDecemberioth we will
give our readers a bran ncwStatq
direct bry hiaded by GdtfernferW
O Bradley and filled front eend
to ceud with Republican offii
cers of whom great things will be
expected and yio weeliexeydl
niakc an envjifbloTecord for them
selves and tffe ptrlylMfibk to
it hopcfhliy
n m
lv
Dn Py B- Davis The defeased
Derrtoqrafic candjdate1 forRepre
scntative from this Ciintyj says
he carfriofirid anyconsolatiorl
even intthefact thatiheiJias gone
His party and -air its
nominees He says there isn t any
consolation about it Hut you
oughtto hear him off
party
Ga5rard CbuijTr seems prdl
iuu iisu iui uiiuurnaionai
ber tq grow upoqiT Hon VmD
Bradley isltho third Govcrnorftqm
that countyi which took its name
frc M the second Governor 6fTCdhr J
lucVybenlames 6arratdMo
wa elected to jiisj first term in
in a name The two
ors frbni XJarraVdi besides Bradley
way iu r xivauaviuc wiiero iney
ver9 po jrqutjdlyityjaten by the
Crescents havet been -defeated
again on their sowffield jby jtiva
Ogdeh eleven of Bowling Green v
What Vorse 1iie two teams
t metfentlieistrcetsof Russcllvillo
after the game was over and had a
airHthe way of sJ freefor all
fight ajftcf wlifch eyep bodytlapked
like foot ball players
77 Trr
1 here is some stir being nade
abdut the possibility
can effort to Unseat Dehjdcratic
W nrtrAcnnrn fritAc m - lfn
jucJcy House 7
s t
Tub Bbe sincerely hopfs there
yill beno such effortade unless
right iVclearly on our side Any
attempt totinseataDcYriocratifpori
tlie principlb tljaV v fmigKf matfes
would pa dqplorablo if noth
ing -worse Thefoe has
hopelessly falletflet us lie magi
inanimous
lance and has been a strontj
fighter fol -prohibition jljs yile
attack upon Christianity qnd rico
jdq 0 tjie Christian CJighoao
jHincjpallji responsiIi jfpr Ji
troimics mough hu ijcWei of
anntik
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Editor ChArlIe MOoVe ii in1
frolic again This tlrne lip id
found guity gi sendjng olfscepj
meraiuro tnrougn tne njaiis har i
lie has showri himself 1 wonderfully
able and ready to qffend Christian
people apd td gpf Into trouble
Ho Jiasj ppsseijsQdompscjqatipn
for some men ai A Jeailcss rep
a t
rite Masiofdoabtlemf
ljgt JThcrezmustrbpsomething
wero Robert Xetcher elected in
iD1vaiiiij uuys y iijiam ywcy
who aucceeded4Lctcher jyoth
wercHvhigsr
EBethel foot ball team who
rccbhtly were seen here on theff
KENTUCKY DAY AT ATLANTA
Special Tralii WtlLCnrry Many
Loulsvlllo People d
TO THE EXPOSITION
II
Plans of the Board of Trado nnd
C6mnicrclnl Club
Lonfavillc ICY November o
of tho Board
for the roperhaflbrinfol Ken
tucky Day at tho Atlanta ExposN
tion will culminate Wednesday
night when at G30 oclock a
special train of Pullman cars will
lcavcvia the Louisville and Nash
ville railroad to carry Loutsvillo
people to tile Cotton States Fair
tThc trip is not only to be an official
recognifio4oherpgrcss of the
South asfmadOnjaiifct in tho Ex
position but is also to show tho
love that is lipid by Kontuckiahs
itii theinBtato andhcir desire to
ttinHlylscivc tlaV set ftsjdo
kti rdat ifjcpositfonin itslhonor
t
pect mf tdirca Jiand
Vi1t
We would like to call
The Louisville business organiz
tfon JnExpfasifif3rJ ommissio
1 K
ers Who are promoting the trip
have before them tho examplo of
Chicago whose day will come
TucsdayThe Cliicagoai are not
allowing their day toall flat al
though thoy are 300 miles further
from Atlanta than is Louisville
Tljreo trainloads of people left
Chicago Saturday for tho Exposi
tion andjiot only did merchants
mentofthe Illinois Guard 800
CommercialClubfecl that
people should not allow
tlienisplVoTto JutAbtaotab byr Ghi
catro inzealland Should ibbsoryo
r i V iiSJ if i
xvcuiuck uuyywyviiy 3 u
llargertuniDers jf X -
J fThe parfy will arrive in Atlanta
ThCrdaynorningjandjwilJrleavo
for home Saturday mdnigJit after
tho cqnclusionofynnt weJlent
programme of exorciaosj arranged
by the Kentucky Commissioners
for their day The management
of the Exposition and Atlanta bus
iness men are themselves prepar
ing a hearty welcome for the Ken
tuckians While in Atlanta tho
party wiireeprandliaVenrieals Dn
tho tfSut wlifqh iWjil b sidi
tracked in the city which services
are included in the round trip fare
6T26 40 calculated on the basis
of ioo people On tho return the
durists will on Sunday strip over
dt Chattanooga and will spend
the day onLookout Mountain nnd
ChickanaijgabpUlefields
Goyernor elcct W O Bradley
las accepted an invitation to be
Of the party provided he is through
as a witness in the U S Court in
time He is to be spokesman for
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LftMUj JAMES N SAUNbERS7df
Gov Brawn- Railroad Commis
sioner fdrHhe Second Disrrict to
jiiOHeunexpired term of Hon
VnasvL ic9x9t resigneu Air
Saunders Goinmissipn extends to
DeWiObn vhich date the Re 1
pubficanGpvernor and Slate
ticketjyili bp Ushered into office
iMr IcCJprds resignation is be-
causeof his election as State Sena
tor ffonv the Fifteenth district
- Tiie Bee as all other papers
is from fime to time tho recipient
ofmatter of vardus types whiph
although originated by our friends
we-cannot-publish Sometimes it
isnntagdriistic to progress of the
community sometimes too per
sonal of1sensatiohalk again toq
inharmonious l with the political
policy of The Bee We have
iiu upuuyy iu pim uui oniy wain
ourlfrionds to realize the situation
as it is When these matters arc
of sufficient moment you may ex-
the
tioVoY ojirreadbfd to an advertise
ment which appears elsewhere in
our columns concerning a special
tlUbBing1 arrangement which we
hae ttist concluded with the Wash
ingtqtjJVccklJPost We have
Jong Iejt the need oi more direct
communication with the doings of
oir law makers at Washington
andtheVdvantaees offered by such
a slricUyribn partisan paper as the
P03tiOugJit rjqt tp bo neglected
The Post criticises all parties im
partially and makes no attempt to
cater to hiere partisan prejudice
bjsljevlni that eyery patriotic citi
zen desires to get his information
uncoloredpyancn prejudce
nJM vptfi in Jjardin cnunty js
about the only thing the Demo
crats have to bo proud of for it
gavb Hardin a handsome majority
f77 ijdYhite oi the
ture a majpnty of 671 one of he
largest Votes ever received by a
candidate for the Legislature with
anypppositibn at all HardinIn
epqulent
And yet this jamo White says
Liaat tno only rjitng that elected
nun wastuo tact tlmt helouBlit
to tlw6feiiBtSPvti know this
Mr White mido this asscrtton on
the streets of Earlingjton
Under dato of Oct 31 tho State
Department received information
by cable from Minister Terrell at
Constantinople4 that certain Kurds
and Armenians have been arrested
for the murder of Frank Lcnz tty c
young Pittsburgh bicyclist yi0
was making a tour ot tho woifld on
his wheel for Outing when ho
wastallcd Mr Terrell says that
the alleged murderers arc to bo
tried at Erzcroum and that the
United States Government -will be
represented at the trial by tho
British Consul It is presumed
that Robert S Chiltonbf tho State
Department who was sent to
Erzcroum to establish a consulate
there has not reached his post
and for that reason tho British
Consul who has been zealous in
attempting to bring tho murder
ers of Lcnz to justice will act
Another terrible battle has been
fought which has darkened the soil
and fame of Kentucky It was in
Eastern Kentucky among the rug
ged rocks and barren trees of
Lcslio County Hon W Pierce
Bcntley was ono and the other
was A H Hignitc Tho first was
a well known local politician and
the second a prosperous farmer
Tho foud Was old and originated in
political antagonism Thoy mot
by chance and each was accom
panied by friends who seem to have
been poor friends and poor speci
mens of manhood to hayc permit
ted the battle which resulted in tho
death from pistofwounds of both
principals How would we be
blessed as a State if our people
could put aside the foolish false
Standard of honor which is so
largelyresponsibje fqr 8gh djsi
grace iul tragedies
i r v
fooComotiOe Blasts
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Cond actor Palmer now bai a regular
craw
The L N now bavo a steamship
connection by steamer from Pensocola
Florida 0 Liverpool
Engineer Tbomas Gianinni bas been
confined to bla horns at Nashville for the
past awweekion account of sickness
Report jsarsjlhat Engineer Frank Qian
innnl contemplates going back on the road
soon his health having so improved as to
admit of it
Two trains passenger and freight col
lided last Sunday night eighteen miles
South of Nashville on theN Dand the
result was that two were killed if reports
are true
Aman unknown to the writer who said
his home was at Sepree attemptedto come
from Henderson to bis borne in an empty
coal car andjWhilq en rout a the end gate
fell down badly mashing his leg and hand
For be firsttlmewilhin tho knowledge
of the writer four full equipped sections
ol apaiscngertraiawere run over this di
vision ono moraine last week and two of
these were double headed
John Shoonmaker an American engineer
who bas been held at Guaymas Mexico
for running bis engine over and killing a
drunken Mexican has by the intervention
of the State department of the United
States been released
The annual inspection under the direct
supervision ot General Manager Metcalfe
took placo last Sunday and we confiden
tially expect a good report as the officials
in cbargo 0 this division have spared no
time or means to get the road up in first
class condition
For sometime past the report has been
in circulation that the order known as A
It U had declared a strike on the Great
Northern but here is what Debs the
prison bird has to say about it
According to Eugene V Debs presi
dent of the American Railway Union wbo
is now confined a jail at Woodstock ID
no striko bas been declared on the
Great Northern system and none is likely
to be declared Tbis statement is con
tained In a personal letterfrom Debs
written in the Woodstock jail recently and
received by a prominent member of the
order In Millwaukee The letter is in re
ply to an inquiry regarding tbd status of
1 matters on the Great Nortbren Debs
writes that the Milwaukee members may
f eel poctfncrn as to the trouble on the
Great Northern system
Brother Kehher be writes advises
me that no strike bas been declared and
that none is likely to be declared There
bas been local trouble at three or four
points but noshing of a general character
in which the A R U is invoked There
could bo no strike unless authorized by the
men themselves and this bas not been
done
DoWn in fle Mines
We dont know that Superintendent
Crutchfield bad any money up on the
election but onr thing is certain be took
great interest in the result
The St Dernard mines at Earllngton
syere not run pn election day and there
lore no ono bad an excuso or not voting
Mr Paul Price bas returned from a trip
over tho 0 A N and- reports the coal
business on that division good
Foreman Toombs and a crew o men
made some Improvements on tbo coke
crusher last Sunday v
The Ohio River Is now on a rise and
Pittsburg coal will soon be plentiful at all
river points
Mr Pat DUIr ot Sontb Diamond mines
was down last Sunday shaking bands with
bis many friends He says be can not
shake with all the Republicans became
there are too many ot them
If our miners will carefully peruse tbe
peters tbny will e that 04e cause pf the
t tti iftstweek war eildtl
lucky find It gainst their Interest to vote
7hthararty that favors free coal and
tlie mln
m voleJ wth Vm aglM iucb
a poilc
Ti e question now arises will any Amorl
n coal be shipped lo Liverpool by the L
ti since thoy have started up ihtW tew
r Icamsblp line and can carry It as ballast
it Is not likely thai such will be the case
for the reason that the price paid for min
ing In this county will not Jastlfy them In
doing so
German chemist is said lo have made
the discovery thirty y ears ago thai he water
of Iha sea contains gold In solution An
other Chemist named tfonstadl estimated
that there Is 09 grain of gold per Ion In
tho water of the sea This according lo
scientific calculations would give about
I8ooooooooooooo worth of gold in the
oceanbut the scientists have not yet found
out how to get at It
We presume It was a coal consumer wbo
was so anxious about tho wealhor that he
might lay in a supply for a bad di y
Think it will rain
Nopel
Snow
Nopel
Hall
Nopel
What will it do then C
Im neither a thermometer li Jrhelej
nor gasometer 7 3 V
According to this cllppme from the Phila
dolphla Press good roads Is an Important
question with tho pastern coal dealer
Magistrate Jermon resumed his hear-
ings yesterday of coal dealers whofe
cnargeu with selling short tons of coal
The caso before him was that ot Gorgt
M Chrlstraan agaj North Droad Street
and evidence was brought by the Philadell
phia Coal Exchange hat on August iii
a ton of coal sent from ths defendants yard
to the house of W H Johnson 3212 North
Street only weighed
1829 pounds 341 pounds short of a ton
The defendant said he bad always cad
tioned his employees againt giving short
weight The wagon in which tho coal wis
delivered was a standard wagon holding a
a ton and a half The sides were takeh
off and tho wagon would then hold onlr af
ton There was no box in the wagon under
It i I f1
i iu iiu unowieage tie was in At-
lantic City at the time the coal wassent
out but felt certain tj ftie W
cutrcci wqqq tne wagon left lata place He
said tje was a member lo good standing of
the Philadelphia Coal Exchange
Randall iho driver who delivered
the coal said he had never to his knowl
edge taken ont a ltad of eoaj of short
weight He said there was a great dealtf
coal lost off a wagon en route from the
yard to the purchasers house The pav
iug on Broad Street above Diamond was
poor This jostled the wagon and threw
off a great deal of coal More pea coal
was liable to drop off the wagon than the
larger eoal
The defendants father testified as to the
poor condition ot Droad Street LeUteen
York and Cumberland cauilngbecoal n
wagons going over it to fall out
He saw
one wagon going over the street and Vnore
than 300 pounds fell off in the street- In a
distance of two squares and he saw an
Italian street cleaner gathetppthd eoSl f t
uigui iu an nine wagon anu lace itupme
Tne coal fell from the wagon belonging to
the Black Diamond Coal Company Pea
coal he said would run like water when It
started and thought that one seyenth ot a
ton ot aoal would fall off in a Journey over
the rough streets
At tbispoint Ibe bearings were adjourned
until the next day
REV W F VAUGN
Harrodsburg Ky Presiding El
der Danville District Meth
odist Church Writes
The Electropoisc has cured me
ol severe rheumatism after two
plications all night each arid is of
great benefit to my family m nqrvou3
headache I- heartily recomeend
it
Ministers of tho Gosriei
Indorse
ELECTROPOISE
Rev John I Rodgers Dartvillp
Ky It is a mystery to me almost
a miracle
Rev Z Meek Cattlcttsburg
Ky I have used theElecttopoise
for five years and find it invllUablbi
as a curative agent jtspccialtyiHS
ik uinouoiuus iu cuscs vi leeuto
women and delicatplifenBjM
Rev Robert Barrett LjowisviHe
ty ajujuiai oeminaryrrUteiCTro
poise cured after all flther
dies fnilnrl
M rl
Rev W W Bruce Houston
ville Ky Electropoisc cured
opium habit
Rev Geo Means Covington
Ky in one night he Elects
poise relieved brain conjestjon arid
vertigo
We could fill this papervwith
similar reports but think tbissufr
ficient to interest you in seeding
tur uuuk uu uio supicct qi nqaiin
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DOBOIS S WEBBi
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To those wbo baVe Hopkins County
auua tur his
Announcements for advertising tbese
lands In all parts of Ibe country iavo been
mada by tbo Kentucky Ilursau of Infor
mation and Immigration Write Prpf J j
Glenn Madisonville tor blanks wblcb
when properly filled and returned will Jbe
sen lo tbe Bureau
John B AtUIaeoii of EarliMtoa
lef oLEjucutivio 0mUtewlll be ilad
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The Only
Great ntid thoroughly re
liablo builcHng upmcdicine
nrve tbrtlcr viialiici nnd
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Purifier
Before the pcopla todayandi
stands preeminently
above all other mcdicincsV
HOODS
Sarsaparilla
Ithas Sbn ife hold upon the
tneartsottne people by its
own absolute intrinsic merit
Itist notj jvhat we say but
what Hoods Sarsaparilla
does thaftellffthc story
Am m
VMlvo
EvcrY when all bthcr orcoar
n ationsand prescriptions fail
M flwaa takcnKUUH pain In tny right
4 side which run flqwn into ray limb
andmyankleivvcjlett feia broko6ut
la running eocoa jn ceveri dlffejrent
pisoos Blncol havo used Hoods Bar-
naparlUatlie eorea have healed and X
CtovogalBcdtocnpouridsliiwclhtV
RAsats Pretoibytg Ky
VIAnA mil Varft Ustleili mild cSea
awu O E JilJtl All ArnitaliHi Sin
t Canning horseflesh is one of the
juuuaiiics ui wicguii his UIIIICU11
to distinguish pickled 1 horseflesh
from canned corn beef
Two1 thirds of all the letters
which pas3 through the post offices
of thq world are written by arid
sent to pcoplewhd speak English
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ttTri vaontliko the idea of
using sp much sccularpiusic in our
church Didydliribticethe se
lection Uiey organist played last
Sifttday J
iTOho Not What was It
1 He I dontknow the namo of
it ut it is something I have fre
quently heard at sacred concerts
Harlem Life
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Tna exhibit of the Carlisle
Indian School at the At
lantaxpbsUiohiacspccialIy fine
thoroughand
prac
tical is the training given to Indian
boys and girls at that excellent
school Over tho exhibit floats
the Carlisle banner -with its motto
Into Civilization and Citizen-
ship This motto has really bean
the fundamental principle of the
school andalargeproportion of
it3 graduates havo been Jivinc ex
amples brit Fifteen oth6i In-
drarf schools also havo interesting
exhibits at the exposition
According to The London Tel-
egraphiteeth reading is the latest
frtd Tc science is only in its
infancy yet but the following are
two brthree of the items which its
professors assert to rbe incontro
vertible MTcctb thatare lopg
and narrow denote vanity project
ors indipate a grasping disposition
treachery is best known by small
white sqperated mplarsj incon
stancy by 6ycrlapping5 eeth and
the possessor of wide scperatcd
he knows
Those jyJiQfWearfalse ones possess
a character that tlie science cannot
read
COTTON STATES EXPOSITION
Atlanta da Scpt i8Dcc3ii8o5
ihe5chedulptpririted below isa
coriiprchcrisiye nuide to the best
apdmost desirable route to Atlanta
from the North and NbrlhwcsJ
Chicago Indianapolis Ciiitinnatti
Louisville st LquiVTerre Haute
and Eyarisvillc v
Palacepay Coaches and PulU
man Sleepmg Cars are attached to
alf trains shbwn in this schedule
Extrbnielylow rates have been
made to Atlanta and return yia
the ashvilje Chattanooga and
St JLbuis Railwayj1 Alltrains run
solfd between Nashyille and At
lanta except frafn in last column
The train in third column which
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lant oyer Ibe victory ot their parly and
say didnt we fight boss
Avlsltorvras In ourcllr last Wednesday
and In passing by the city patk be viewed
the graves ot some bodys loved ones He
drew very hear and read the Inscriptions
upon Ibe slabs and turned away wltb
tearful eyes and said Lord give us an
other earth shaking In Nov 96 If ll be
rtly will and It nol Iby will dolt any bow
and 1 will be mucb oblige to you
OurCbrlstlan Endeavor Society held
Ibe most Interesting meeting last Sunday
afternoon known since Its existence It
was largely attended and thadlffarentcom
millets made such repotU as lo sh6w
thai they bad been at work Coma out
and seeull f rinds we are Uug a grand
work j
Elder Oalbratn filled Ibe stand for Rev
1oiton last Sunday afternoon
Rev4Walker has pitched hallla wllh -Satan
JIo Is now drilling bis men each s
nlahl and sands out a cordial Invitation to
all Christians wbo desire lohulp take the
world or Christ lo come aver and belp
Tbe meetings grow more Interesting ji
he time Elder Walker knows bow lo
conduct fed lead tbe irmy lo victory If
hit followers wll let htm
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Elder J Dalley closed htsmesUntf out at
Caskys last week There were alsteen
additions to the church A wonderful
meeting they Vjsi In Ibis litlto vlllace
After the great battle was over the amoke
allticlev way fcnd the killed and
yousddcaredforto Ibe great surprise
otlbelrcaptalnand leadeftbe UerllilUy
Ibejr presented Mm with a box weighing
pver37J pounds which contained all
kinds ot good eatables and some wearing a
apparel When Ibe box opened and
Rev IJilley saw the contents bis heart
leaped for Joy ai when a mourner comes
through
Friends would do us a great favor If
when they have vtiltors from ont ot oar
ely Inform usot tbe fact It Is news
ortnSjpublfc to know wbo visits ouf city
Rev Vt M Fosters chorcb will give
big rally on tbe and Sunday in December
This promlsls to be a big affair as Mad-
sonvilla cbnrcbes and choirs Rev Walk-
er a cburcn and cbolrohvils city and many
others wilt be invited lotake part jistbe
daya programme v
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Our school Is moving aleng nicely Our
teachers desire the vlsltt ot tbe parents at
school especially on Frldayafternoon
TheSunday Schools of tbe city are doing
nicely
Rev Amos will nol start bla meeting
Just now at ch church In Central city He
came home Monday
The health ot the people is a Utile
provedr
Rev Merriwesther left for Mortons
Cap last Saturdayafternoon to fill an
polntoenl
viBldeff Walker and Merriwealber and
Koma ladles visited the school last frlday
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BOOT ADD SHOE MAKER
NlADlSaNVILLE Ky
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tablishhient opposite the Court
House have your measure taken
for first class hand made shoe
Shoes of my make as all my cus
tomers will tell you are made of
the best material and are in everv
respect just what a man needs
Very Respectfully
CASPER HARRIB j
FOR SALE
Fjfty six acres of land on mile
south of Nortohville Kv For
particulars apply to E 1 Sisk -St
Charles Ky
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