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j THE BEE EARLIWBTON KY M =
1ORIt lULL ADVANCED
Proposed Bill to Repeal the Goebel Law
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Reported Without Debate
4s
llaswells Bill to Repeal the Goebel Law
Killed In the Hduie v
The Orr bill proposing to re
peal the Goebel election law
and to create a nonpartisan
election commission was reported
without expression of opinion
and was advanced without de
b te The house by a vote of 55
to 89 killed Representative Has
wells bill to repeal the Goebel
election law providing for a re
turn to the old election law in
force at the time of its adoption
vigorousI
speech in favor of the bill The
bill was reported adversely and
was killed by refusal to order it
to second rending
WHITTAKER HELD OVER
Charged With Murdering Senator Goe
belSilas Jones Out on Bond
Harlan Vhlttaltor was held over
to the next grand Jury at the exam
ining trial at Frankfort Tuesday on
4ktll0 charge of murdering Senator
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William Goobol It was tho general
opinion that the generalj
failed to make out a case against
Whlttaltor Tho only proof offered
was embodied in claims that he had
contradicted himself in his state
ments as to his whereabouts at the
time of the tragedy Silas Jones of
Whltloy county tho other suspect
was released on 500 bond
The Pennsylvania Railway Co Is
now paying tho pensions of nearly
1000 employes who have been retired
after long terms of service It is
calculated that the amount to be paid I
out during tho first year will aggre I
gate 200000 The employes relieved
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represent all grades of tho service
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there being eight officers chief clerks
and special agents 183 laborers
ninetytwo foremen assistant fore
monand other maintonancoofwny
mon ninetythree blacksmiths and
machinists nh1et ono onginemon
and roundhouse men and seventy
three trainmasters conductors and
train yard and boatmen Seven
hundred and eighteen of tho relieved
employes are members of tho relief
fund each of whom receives in ad
dition to tho pension allowance from
tho company superannuation al
It lowanco from the relief department
tho aggregate of which amounts to
over 27000 a year
It is said a great opportunity
awaits tho man who takes a largo
stook of good cheap and medium =
grade American watches to Manila
OALTHY9A j
A man
with a
thin head
of hair is
a marked
man But
t h e big
H AIR bald spot
is not the
kind of a mark most
men like
Too many men in
their twenties are
bald This is absurd
and all unnecessary
Healthy hair shows
mans strength To
build up the hair from
the roots to prevent
and to r
d cure FAVDF
bald
ness
use
ofj
It always restores
color to faded or gray
hair Notice that
word 4t always And
it cures dandruff
91ooa bottle All druRIJts
M1 business caUemeontttmong
tnngerll a great deal I would
IranactuaYly fool ashamed every time
I would take off ray lint my hair
was BO thin and the bald spots
allowed so plainly I began tho use
of your fair Vigor less than threo
months ago Today 1 find I bavo as
fine a head of hair as I ever bad
I tell everybody what I used and
they say It must be a wonderful
remedy OEO YEAIIL
Dec 14 1808 Chicago Ill
We hare a book on The Hair and
Scalp which wo will send free upon
request If you do not obtain all the
benefits you expected from the mo of
the Visor write the Doctor about
It AddWDKj
AddresDn
Dn J > 0 AYEr
Lowell Mass
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RN EXECUTIVE MESSAGE
The President Has In View the Im
mediate Needs of the Island
of Puerto Ricof
A SPECIAL MESSAGE SENT TO CONGRESS
Ho lioconimenilH That the llevcntte
Itcoclvcd from Custom Front the
Inland lie Put to Immediate Use
for the General lurpce of Need
ed Relief
Washington March 3rhe presi
dent sent the following message to
congress
To the Senate and House of
ItcprcKcntntlvcs Since the evacu
ation of Puerto lice by tho Span
ish forces on the eighteenth day
of October 1SOS the United States
has collected on products coming
from that Island to the ports of
the United States the duties fixed
by the Dlngley act and amounting
to 209545588 and will continue
to collect under said law until
congress shall otherwise direct
Although I had the power and
having in mind the best interests
of the people of the Island to use
it to modify duties on goods and
products entering intoPuertollico
I did not have the power to remit
or modify duties on Puerto Rican
products coming into the ports of
the United States In view of the
pressing necessity for Immediate
revenue in Puerto Rico for con
ducting the government there and
for the extension of public educa
tion and In view also of the pro
visional legislation just inaugu
rated by the house of representa
tines and for the the purpose of
jimlcinf the principle embodied In
that legislation applicable to the
iinmifdiato past as well as to the
ininiodlnti future I recommend
that the above sum collected and
the Bums hereafter to be collected
under existing law shall without
waiting for the enactment of the
general legislation now pending
be appropriated for the use and
benefit of the island
WILLIAM McKlNLKY
Executive Mansion March 21000
1jmncil by the Iloune
Within two hours after the special
message from the president recom
inrading the immediate passage of
a bill to place in his handj
all tho moneys colcctcd upon
Puerlou Rican goods since the
Spanish evacuation of the island
to be used for the relief of the Puerto
henna had been read to the house Fri
day the house had passed and sent to
the senate a bill to carry out the rec
ommendation The message came like
a bolt out of a clear sky to the minor
ity They were at first inclined to hall
it with delight as a reproof of the ma
jority for the passage of the Puerto
Rican tariff bill on Wednesday The
republican leaders had recommended
a bill already to carry the president
recommendations into effect
Mr Cannon asked immediate con
sideration for It and this was given
It was only when the debate opened
it had been agreed that 20 minutes
should be allowed on a sIdethat un
der the lead of Mr Bailey Tex the
democrats began lining lip against the
bill because it placed no limitation
upon the presidents discretion in the
use of the money x
The bill was passed by a vote of 162
to 107 13 democrats two populists and
two silver republicans voting with thtf
republicans in the affirmative
KNOWS WHO KILLED GOEBEL
Detective John Morgan Says It was
Done by Men Hired by Gambler
to Save Their Slakes
Lexington Ky March 3 John
Morgan the noted mountain detect
ive and deputy United States marshal
says he knows who fired the shot
which killed William Goebel
Gocbel was killed he nssertsby men
hired by gamblers who believed that
his death would s < ve them the money
they had wagered pay or ploy that
Goebel would riot be the nextgovern
or I
Morgan says the assassin resides In
the western end of the staten that ht
knows his name and knows the men
who were with him at Frankfort Mor
gan says he would be willing to make
the arrest if he was assured 6 it the re
ward of 100000 appropriated by the
legislature
legislatureltevolt
llevolt Antony Egyptian Prisoners
Cairo March 5A serious revolt of
70 convicts at Tourah the great prison
near Cairo nearly involved 500 other
prisoners Blank cartridges having
fated to overawe the malcontents u
volley was fired from a window op
posite through the window of the
roms occupied by them Five of the
mutineers were shot nnd two it IB
lit leell family wounded All then
surrendered and were confined in
ccls
UuiifitnM ur Production
St lutersburg March 3M De
W Hte the minister of finance has
fled the productlqn of sugar in bus
sin torU1I eomiiijf season at 34014
70 > jjOoiL 01 vhic1153yGb are avail
Able for export
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FIFTYSIXTH CONGRESS
In tho senate on tho fat the bill pro
viding a form of government for Hawaii
wan pcssed without division At tho In
stance of Mr Kornkor the Puerto Rican
tariff bill was made the unfinished bust
ness and will be considered aa soon ni
the conlercnc report on the finance bit
shall havo beta disposed of on the GtJ
In tho house tho contoatedctectlon case
of Aldrich vs Robbins was taken up thl
democrats thus scoring their first victor
of tho session Consideration of the Load
bill relating to second class mall matter
was postponed
In the senate on the 2d consideration
of a bill embodying substantially the pro
visions Of the house Puerto Rican bill ana
In addition providing for a temporal
temporarforth
form of government tQr tho islan 1 wa
begun An hour and 0 half of the session
was devoted to tho Quay casein the
house a special message from the presl
dent recommending the Immedlato pass
ago of a bill td place in his hands all the
moneys collected upon Puerto Rican
goods since the Spanish evacuation of the
Island to bo used for the relief of the
Puerto Ricans was read and within twc
hours a bill carrying out the recommenda
tion hail been passed 162 to 107 and font
to tho senate Thirteen democrats voted
with tho majority
In tho senate on the 3d Mr Ross Va
s oko In opposition to the seating of 1r
Quay as senator from Pennsylvania lir
Teller spoko in criticism of the confer
enco report upon tho currency bill A
number of private pension bills were
passed The senate adjourned early on
account of the death of Representative
Epes of VlrglnlaIn the house after
tho morning business Mr Hay Va an
nounced with an expression of profound
sorrow on the part of himself and his as
soclatcB the death of Mr Epes He of
fered resolutions of respect and sympathy
which were unanimously adopted and
the house as a further mark of respect
adjourned
In tho senate on the Gth Mr Fairbanks
Inll and MI Butler N C delivered
speeches on tho financial bill and Mr
Carter Mont made a vigorous address
on the Quay case explaining why he
would voto to seat Mr Quay although
he had voted against the seating of Mr
Corbettn the house considerable
miscellaneous business much of It of
minor Importance was transacted The
earlier part of the session was devoted to
District of Columbia business Tho bill
to Incorporate the Frederick Douglass
Memorial and Historical association was
taken up but action was defeated by till
blistering led by Mr Bailey Tex
In the senate on the Gth the conference
report on the lnancial bill was agreed to
by a vote of 44 to 26a majority of 13
Early In the session discussion of the
Quay case was resumed by Mr Simon
who replied to the speech made on the
5th by Mr Carter Montn the
house the entire day was devoted to con
sideration of the AldrlchRobblns contest
edelection case from the Fourth Ala
bama district Mr Robbins tho sitting
member made a speech of an hour in his
own behalf and other speeches were made
fur and against tho contestant
Joseph Kllilcy Hultiry
Franklin 1n March 4 Shortly af
ter the election Hon Joseph Siblsy
as congressman from the Twentysev
enth district announced that ha would
divide his salary for his term bctwcvn
the five hospitals in his district
In fulfillment of this promise the
oilicials of the projected hospital in
this city have received a check for
1000 from Congressman Slbley and
a check Tor the an inurl vas re
ceived by each of the hospitals at Oil
City Warren JJradford and Kane At
the end of his term each hospital will
have receiver 20i > 0
rioneer MUnlmiury Gnnn
Sioux rails S D March 5In
formation reaches here of the death
Saturday evening at Springfield S1
of Kev Charles Sccombc aged 83 one of
the pioneer missionaries of the north
west lie established the First Con
gregational church at Stanley Falls
Minn narrowly escaped with the
lives of himself and family during the
Minnesota Indian war and was one of
the pioneer miners of Dakota having
been the pastor of the Congregational
church at Springfield from 1881 up to a
year ago when falling health com
polled him to give up active work
Engineer Stack to His Post
Bagley In March 5 Passenger
train No 4 fast mail on the Chicago
Milwaukee J St Paul collided with u
westbound freight shortly after mid
night Saturday night at this point No
lives were lost Engineer George Her
ron of the fast mail reversed his engine
and stuck to his post lie received
internal injuries not fatal Fireman
John Ward of the passenger Dumped
and sustained a ° broken leg The rest
of the trainmen were badly shaken up
SeveraJ passengers received light in
juries
ArrcMjeil on site Charge of Murder
Sioux City In March 6Tack
McCrystal was arrested Sunday
charged with the murder of John Rob
son u prominent pioneer citizen nnd
bridge contractor on the night of De
comber HO Robson was attacked with
1 hatchet while alone in his office Tim
ciotivD for the crime is believed to
have been robbery McCrystal Is a
tvell known police court character
Gen Croiije at Slnioimtoivu
Cape Town March 3eOn Cronje
nnd his party arrived at Simonstown
today
Gen Cronje was received by Gen
Sir Frederick Forestler Walker and n
representative of Sir Alfred Milner
the governor of Cape Colony
Found Not Guilty
Memphis Tenn March Ihe jury
in the case of Harry L Armstrong
cashier of the defunct Continental na
penal bank who was charged with
making illegal entries in his reports to
the government has returned a ver
diet of not guilty
Gen Wheeler Will Benign
Washington March dGen Joseph
Wheeler has written a private letter
to a friend in Washington In which
he anonunce1 that he will resign his
brigadier generalship in the army as
soon as he arrives in Washington
LoiiUlaua Illue for Hniralt
San Francisco March nA new ex
port from San Francisco to the Ha
waiian Islands is rice which has lately
been sent in large quantities to Hono
lulu Hilc and other outside ports The
rice is raised in Louisiana
Death of CoiiKreMHiuan ISuca
Washington March 3 Congress
man Sydney Epes of Virginia who
was operated upon for appendicitis
Friday died ntiiaiJlehl hospital at lJ
oclock 1iiilay luglit lie had bceu ill
but a short time
M ry
I GOUPLIPIN BROKE
Serious Wreck on the Illinois Cen
tral Railroad a Few Miles
Out of Chicago
TWENTY MEN MORE OR LESS INJURED
The Victim Mostly Stock Men null
Two of Them Probably Fatally
llnrt Trnln Drolco In Two op on
Up rn < le Detached End Collided
with Second Section
Chicago March 0 Twenty stock
men and railroad employes were in
purcd two probably fatally In a col
lision between two Illinois Central
freight trains near Broadview a few
miles out of Chicago 7
The Injured
Joseph Hobbs Marcus la may
dieFrank
Frank McCall brakeman Freeport
Ill may die
E E Farwell Manchester la
J B Counsel Dycrsville In left
thigh fractured
Edward YaegcrPrlmgharIa scalp
wounds and fracture of left arm
Charles Peters Mntloek la head
cut arms and legs bruised
II B Emerson Manchester la
scalp tvounda and right hand broken
J J Collins conductor face and
head cut
J A Clark Elmhurst Ill none
broken and head severely cut
J II Dunne Marcus Ia left shoul
der and knee dislocated
W It Spear brakeman Dubuque
ankle broken and head cut
Joseph Bernard Anton la right
wrist broken and scalp wounds
S M Wlxcell scalp wounds and
both legs bruisedI
II 0 Booth Sioux Falls S D left
foot fractured and head cut
Peter J Baadte Matlock la both
feet broken and head and back
bruised
G P Statter Sioux Falls S IX
hands and feet cut
J W Bryant Cleghorn la left leg
cut and right arm broken
W E Brazell Otto Ia bruised
about bead and body
Thomas McMahon Quinby la
three ribs of left side broken
E A Wilkinson Quinby fa right
hip dislocated and chest and back
bruisedIlroUen
Broken Coupler Canned It
The two trains had been running
about u mile apart While climbing a
long grade a coupling pin In the mid
dle of the head train broke The cars
of the broken section immediately
started down the back grade and it
was soon entirely beyond control It
struck in the engine of the oncoming
freight train with a terrific crash
Botli trains were on the way to Chica
go from western Iowa and were made
up mostly of loaded stock cars with a
caboose and passenger coach for the
stockmen
A BAD RAILROAD ACCIDENT
Vro Killed stud Over Forty Injured
of Whom Many Will DIe
Saved from Cremation
Brazil Ind March 7A miners
train carrying 400 workmen employed
at the mines north of here to their
homes in this city was run into by a
local freight train on the Chicago s
Eastern Indiana railroad at six oclock
Monday evening and the cabooso and
two cars were smashed to splinters
Melvin Easter and Charles Crompey
were instantly killed and more than
forty persona were severely wounded
Among those seriously injured many
of whom will die are
Thomas Bcrrowman both leg
broken
Will Dodweli injured Internally
William Lumsdom arm broken and
injured in chest
Samuel Lynch internal injuries
John Dickson back broken
Thomas Davis both arras broken
John Little arm broken
William Vesper internal injuries
The wreckage caught fire by an over
turned stove and the men who were
rescuing the wounded were forced to
turn their attention to the fire to pre
vent those pinioned in the wreck from
being cremated
Arolibliihop llenne ny Dead
Dubuque la March 5 Archbishop
Uennessy died at 225 p m Sunday
Archbishop John Hennessy was recog
nized us one of the greatest orators
and most profound theologians in the
Catholic hierarchy and because of his
zeal in educational matters he has been
named The Apostle of American Cath
olic parochial schools
Gov Taylor Impoverished
Hopkinsville Ky March 5In a let
ter received Sunday accepting 222
sent him by the local republicans to
defray his expenses Cow W S Tuy
lor states that the reports that he is
without funds la true His friends
say he was worth at least 25000 less
titan a year ago
The Lope Natal Day
Rome March 4Teo XIII the ewe
hundred and fiftyeighth Roman pon <
tiff celebrated his ninetieth natal in
nivtirsary Friday Birthday congratu
lations were formally presented to the
pope by the members of the sacred
college and the Roman prelates
CoitKrcsMimin llltt ReiionVInnted
Freeport ill March 7 Itobert It
Hitt was renominated for congress by
acclamation at the republican con
gressional convention here Tuesday
CA Works of Rockford wos named
for member ol the state board oi
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