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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ict J of i f 41 1 1 J I y r + I j r Of II J J iL J 11J J P J f 1 j II ELEVENTH YEAR 4 EARLINGTON HOPKIMS COUNTY RENTUCKT THURSDAY AUGUST 23 190O u l f 1 PUBLIC SCHOOL L BUILDING BURNED Earinjton Public School Soon to Com r mence Turned Out of Doors i 1Y v TRAMPS STAYED THERE OVER IGtiTI ftrv v f r HuieanxJ Contents Total Loss Except a i7if I t D1U Wer Saxe f Ii iv j 5teps Will Be TaKen at Once toRepac 1 J i c With a Good School Building L l Earlingtdns ktliii4Chool building burned to the Tuesday morning about 0 80 und the children and youths of Earl Jugton are turned out of doors with the time for the opening of the fall session almost us It There was 1000 insurdnce On the building and nothing on the contents which was worth per haps 800 to 100 The building was wortli something like 2000 One organ was saved and the few desks and benches that were in the ground room fioorAll of the valuable desks and prop ir erties with aiiother organ were stored in an upper room und the f fire had spread through the up per story so that nothing could be saved Miss Minnie Bourland princi palelect for the coming term was also a loser having stored some valuable books charts etc in nn upper room trefi1t i Jrl1riprt 1 q i i4id tM i ni fRJ H l donees of Dan Evans itrs iT1 E Moore and others wore thor fltchjlIsteps immediately toward re placing the building with a mod orn and convenient school houso Until tain is done it is probable fthatthe public school will be Assembly Hall possibly supplemented with the Christian church whose official members have tendered for this purpose i the church building with expres t sions o gratitude to their towns men who faithfully worked to protect the church Rev It1 Wheat saw a light iii the scliool house Monday night and sent a colord boy to report to ight Watchman Cal Morgan The boy did not find the watch Jan and M light was not inves i tigated Mr Wheat was going for the doctor when he saAV the llight and could not give the mat ter further attention oilUROH PKOPLB ARE THANKFUL Official members of the Chris C tInnchurch lre mQstgr JJ1 Axv Ji J 11e CitiZOIlS WhO exetted tl1cm selves so earnestly Tuesday in saving the church t Vikjjj from damage by fire 1 the burning of the public BcFool building TilE BEE i authorized to announce that the i cliurch building is tendered to I 4 iheCity of Earlington to be used school purposes if ijeed pend 4for the erection of a new Bchool hng i THE POLITICAL SITUATION v Over Confidence i jn Evidence but Re Itpubllcan leaders arc WWe Awake Special Correspondence Chicago Auusli 22 The piD on 0 far as the He- pviblicart outlaok is concerned i L i n 8 e4 p on OvetconfideiciB The great trbu tJleat the present mpmeut ids that eyerybody nearly and et pecially tlip Republicans are top busy making money getting their crops in earning g9pd wages at their situations in the mills nIl over the country nnd in short feeling so very con tented that one who comes alpng to talk politics finds little en couragement The correspond ence the clippings fronr the newspapers tho private commu nications received from lenders in vhrious states rill indicate that this danger of overconfi 1epceis liable to be the great one It ought to be said how ever that the officers Of the JRe publican National Committed are fully alive to this danger They like to receive the reports of prosperity and tile reports also that as many millions of vo ters as possible especially Re publican voters are liaviug a very good time of it financially But they do ftfit allow them selves to be lulled into any feel ing of false security by this They have been looking from the drop of the hat and that ac cording to all reports is the ex act condition in the East The Republican lenders believe that they will win but they are go ing to work harder und harder to bring about that consumma tion and they propose to take no chances One of the best advertisements ever written simply said v No time to write advertise mentsTtoo busy selling hats That about expresses the pres ent situation THE PARAMOUNT MAKER expediency the M e for Many t SPjtc 11 c rf i6 itJ WisHiNaTON August 22Bry- nn has been identified with three paramount issues to which he has with all due solemnity dedi cated his life and pledged his powers to engraft upon the itional legislation of tho coun y ftVhon in the Fiftysecond Con glss nine years ago he Ayas an ardent champion of free trade in a speech long and brilliant he declared that a protective tariff was conceived in greed and fash ioned in iniquity false in econo my and the mostyicious political principle that ever cursed this country Yet a protective tariff bill was passed by the first Con1 gress and approved by Washing ton Bryan further declared that ho Would light the protect ive system as long as there was anything to remedy The strug gle between protection and free trade went against him The people repudiated free trade and Bryan dropped it It was not wise to paramount free trade wlieu it would not make votes Four years ago realizing that he must paramountsomething else he took up silver and worked it with nil the force of his eloquence That in turn Was repudiated by the people and dropped by Bryan All his wild prophesies have been proven to be false by the prosperous facts of recent experience This year he concluded to let fr6e trade alone touch lightly oh j free silver nndt paramount im- P rInHsm and lie is workngit in the same prophet promising reckless fashion In opposing protection ho denounced Wash ington in Advocating free silver he ran counter to all financial experience in opposing vrexpan sion he reflects on Jefferson After 1 feWmotccampaigns he maY possibly get into line and strike something that is rightI but at present thpje is ft big dent in ihja public confidencei as to thdi accuracy ofJris prophetic powers and as his leaderlike ability t I 0 THE FALSE PROPHET Of51896 1 t Summary of Disasters Predicted jilllatnJ Bryan During thc Cirri Stf pahjn of 1896 as Found in His I Book Entitled The 1 First Battle If the prophesies and 1ic tions made by Mr B yaijjhsid rovento be true the 1 ar has been in operatiSn Jdhdireful results to wit t1 It would have increased the purchasing power of thefgoTd GnXPrspeech It would have been as to make prices fall as a storieiis to fall when it is thrown iht air Mewton Iowa speech vi It would haye increased debt of the people and l6sseriecj lJihmoreIt would have mtde tiMe 81 harder and harderSame speecji ibodyand the moneyowners NjaW Haven Coiin speech VvVl It would have transferred thei i I bread which one man eTlruB to N want talk worklncnian another man who had not earn ed itHartford Conri speech It would have made tIle rich richer and the poor poorer Newark Qhio speech It would have decreased the the number whare happy and increased the number who are in distress Same speech It would have destroyed the hope of the toiling masses Minneapolis Minn It would have deslroyed the opportunity of work Same speech r- ItWLduld have increased the number of idle men Same speech It would have decreased the Vpiume of standard money Same speech It would have encouraged the lioardirig of money Horhesville N Y speech It would have made it more and more difficult fcr ilefarmer to liver Madison Scjuare Gar den speech v It wpuld have injured the wageearner Same speech It would have made eniploy inent less certain rSame speech It would haye discouraged en terprise Same speech It vould have paralysed duBtry jSaviii 8pe cl v It would imye ieSbiQd Ute J ability of savings banks to col theirassetsSnmespeechI deposits in saving banks Madi I son Square Garden speech j it vould have compelled de jpositors in savings banks to with I draw their deposits to pay livingI expenses Same speech It would have lessened the salaries of those engaged in busi ness Occupations and would have lessened the permanency of such salaries Same speech It would have injured those who have permanent investments in railroad stocks and other like enterprise Same speech It would have injured or de troyed the manufacturers of agri cultural implements wagons and buggies Springfield Ohio and Flint Mich speeches It would have lessened the ability of the masses to buy goods and thereby would have lessened the number of commer cial traveling men Indianapo lisspeechtotravelingmenIt ble for husbands and wives to payoff mortgages on their homes- lIillueapoHs lfinhspeeoht- o ladies HeUo centraJJ I to to the American York1rerald v 7 in I I It would have made it neces sary to advocate the closing up of our public schools Monmouth III pe ch- It would have made it more if profitable to loan money or to hoard it than to invest jfc in En terprise or property Syracuse N Y speech Ifc would have made dearer money cheaperproperty harder times more people out of work more people destitute more peo ple desperate more crime Minneapolis speech to ladies It would have lowered the the standard civilization in this country Madison Square Garden speech It would have been writing the future in blood crushed out by g lqErie Fenn speeph AJI1 these prophecies and pre dictions about the evils that woiuld befall us if the gold stand utterlytaMr Bryan said in a speech der Ifverld nt Lincold Neb July 7 l yThe fight this year will be to carry put tlie sentiment of that Sdiig we hnive so often repeated My yGouiitry tis of Thee If we lose out children and 0urjhil drente children will hot siiccleed to tho spirit of that song find ic i t fd ri iV o1Ij 1 1 J rfI i It celebrations of the Fourth of July will pass away for th spirit of empire will be upon us5 PASS TIlE SALT PLEASE WEBSTER COUNTY REPUBLICAN CLDB Organized at Poole With Sixty Members j and Adopt Resolutionsi HonE G Sebree to Address the Clul at arT Early Date Poole Ky Aug18 1900The Republicans Webster County of Wanamaker voting precinct met Saturday night Aug 191900 and organized The McKinley Re publican Club of Poole Ky of sixty members and elected M D Thornberry Chairman E W Thornberry Secretary L 0 Stephens p R Thornberry and Thomas Knawls committe on res olutions The following resolu tions were reportetl by said com mittee arid adopted FlretrBESOLVED That we the Eepublicans of Webster County Ky at Poole organize a club which shall be known as the McKlnley Re publican Club- SecondrAVe pledge our fidelity to the Q OPland do hereby pledge our support to McKinley and Roose velt our standard bearers believing as we do that the prosperity of our country is due to Republican princi ples enacted into law VVe shall use nIl honorable means for tlte success of the principles Third We indorse the adminis tration of President McKinley as be ing honorable and denounce any at tempt to pull Old Glory down from av r rritotVs ltr F tI Mnwg a ieekiI f1 1i thE i lf rii i and pledge ourselvds to the support of John W Yerkes and those princi ples so dear to us Fifth We must emphatically de nounce the usurpers at Frankfort who are holding on to stolen goods and are posing as in favor ofa non partisan election law If since re sign your position and refer them them back to the Great Common People Sixth We denounce tho assassi nation of Wm Goebel and believe the assassin should be punished commensurate to the crime but we also denounce the persecution of in nocent men for political effect or for hope of pecuniary gain Hon E G Sebreie the Republican candidate for the Con gressional nomination has ac cepted an invitation to address this club at an early date Grand Populist Rally in Second District There will be a grand rally ot the Populists of the Second Congres sional district at Sebree Ky on Sept 8 1000 Hon Ignatious DonI nelly Populist candidate for vice president Hon A H Cardin Popu list candidate for governor and other distinguished gentlemen will ad dress the audience We the com mitteemen of the Second district hereby issue a call for a mass con vention to beheld at 1 oclock that day for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress This will be the grandest rally of Populists ever held in the Second district There will be special Tates on all railroads VP STEVENS J B HOLLAND Stnte Cammittee- J D JOHNSTON First Aid Chas McFadden was the first to otTer a contribution toward a new school building which was destroy ed by fire Tuesday morning Charlie is always liberal and public spirited and lie was heard to say before the fire was over that he would contri bute a weeks labor of his oSvn and his boys In painting the new structure which must replace the one burned Kicked by a Horse We fire informed that Frank Old ham wjio lives near this town was kicked and quite painfully hurt lii MadlBonvillo Tuesday by a horse The wound Is not a dnngprous one i and Frank will sopn be Out again Are you a subscriber tp THE BHE pu should bt r- j Ill I i c MASS CONVENTION Republican County Committee Ordered to be Held at MaSSfe J CWTr AT COURT HOUSE SEPTEMBER 8 To Send Delegates to District Conyentldn to Nominate Candidate fofCo ress r7t 1 At a of the County 1atMndisohvplmanner ing a county convention to send cpPeiitlOn11 the committee by a vote of twelve to ordered the call i gorrtmnssconventioJl at Madi sonville on September 8th Following is the call OFFICIAL dALL In pursuance of the direction of the Second District Cpngres sional Committee at a of the County Republican COmi mittee held at Madisonville August 22 to a call a mass convention of the Republi cans of Hopkins County was or dered and is lerebycalled to be held tit the House in Mad September8thcated by the District Committee for the purpose of sending deleV gates to a District Convention of tQbe11 1900 for the purpose of nom i congressfromSigned JNO B HARVEY CHAS COWELL Chairninn Secretary Madisonville Ky Aug 211900 SQIRE SISK ACTING CORONER VMift fry iniheCaicof 1ictut Death a h quirco t vg untj nearest magistrate athe wnteljlastSunday over the body of James OffutTJ colored who was shot on the baseball grounds in this place early that evening by Lee Coscart while both were acting as pence officersFOLLOWING IS THE VERDICT We the jury find that the dead body now before us is that of James Offutt of Hopkins county Ky who was killed on the evening of the 19th day bf August 1900 about 080 oclock p m at the baseball grounds at Earlington being shot in the head the ball entering lower part of jaw and ranging upwards towards back of head by Lee Co zart and the following witnes ses were present butt ok no part in the shooting Chas Burden Chas Fitzpatrick Ben Fitzpatrick Adam Gar rett Sell McNicholas Will WiU liams Bunk Marshal Joe Fulk ner E L Rascoe Loomis Nelson Lonnie Davis Signed by the juryLee Ol lam Ben W RobiIsonJ B jfoiidel Geo Alexander Win Hinesj and ThosEarl J K In response to the cry of mur der 1 murder which proceeded from the office of Mercer Mer cer Friday afternoon thosi wW Were in that vicinity rushed up stairs and found MrJule rcer on top of his father beating him unmercifully Young ilercer was arrested and taken beftre Police Judge Bell and his bml for his appearance was fixed at 500 The cause of the trouble is not kqown though it is said that young JJr crstated that his fatheT had been interfering With his business in some way HopkihsVillo Independeht Iv t Mlss lico Carroll hii retiirnqd to hEr lionifeln Nashville after a plans iVrit etay wlth her frloml MlSs CnrrJe Lee Atkinson of this city I It Pafsy Photo 2Cc dozen lit 1 J S Toys gallery Enrlingtdn Kyt It r p7f 1 f IOI 1 ifI C I cf- l el t7- r ii I i r Jr 1 BI 11 ff i t 1 t4ii ftlyo J L 1 tfi i 1 II 1 i d ii 1- rylyxJ r in t l 1 j ut 1 i 1 v 11tiE1P11lGTUtSht KY r lr i jh li t LOCOMOTIVE BLASTS I 1i t i- I l A r reiIsUveDispatcher Griffith will spend a month on a vacation among relatives iii Ohio t yY AJNlck Herb Is now night caller at hedepotiiiUid makes aTgood boy for 4 l j Ri i JaSlltvantthelormer super Visor has disposed of his property pr ta here to a IJenderson party for the Fw sum of 1900 i Supervisor Edmondsbn Is trying k I hardf9 ont a house so he can move hisdamilyhereThe of Conductor a tom Browning and JSiiglneer Camp bell were well pleiiEed to hear that thevei lie f thcourt of Inquiry did not give them their walking papers and that they will remain with us- Incidentally k rumor has it that the 4 Louisville and Nashville Railroad J j Compa asjtseyeson the Mam j moth Cave S Sprbp6rty The estate some 1600 acres can not be sold lrovisionthusbeingmade1 fbyold Dr Croghan who owned the property It Is said the youngest of the living heirs is sixty years old If the L N does purchase the prop- ertyI it is reported that the present p partsiwill be replaced by one of the finest hotels in the country This is a magnificent site for a summer re sort The present hotel is located in out an elevation studded 11with hundreds of beech hickory 1 dogwood locust and oak trees and 1 only about a half mile from Green river In the event that the hotel is built it is said that air shafts will be constructed from the cave to the hotel keeping the temperature at about GO degrees Robert Stevens has so far recov workRagain We understand arrangements have been made to handle the big Sells tor Forepaugh shows on this division next month They have enough for Kfourtrains belle 4oremano- wl O P hli Vrift lt worktL1 esus trays agog r + doing work is consid piv They took off eight engine Y 1dwires and replaced the same with l kind4fnlcalledfronwife who is said to bo threatened with typhoid feverIJnm Cravens is now attending tothe duties of day operator at Earl ington r Copying Clerk Savage is now much to his relief attending to day work in the dispatchers office The vacation taken by one of the dis e patchers has caused the change Cbmmericenlng on Tuesday of last week all passenger trains on the Illinois Central main line were pro vided with rear whistles They are i operated by compressed air and are placed on the rear end of the last coach on each train A lever which turns blows the whistle which is used when the train is backed to warn persons to get put of tho way It can be operated by the conductor r brakeman or any other person stand frig on the rear platform but not by the engineer Another lever at the rear of each passenger train puts on the braise The Kentucky Western Railroad has completed track Jaylng within a u few hundred yards of Lisman and shipments of freight are being made to and from that point The con struction crew Is now waiting for another consignment of steel to push the work According to its cusrom the Illi nois Central railroad will issue free transportation to its stockholders r from any point on that road to attend the stockholders meeting at Chicago be held Wednesday September 4c26 at noon- Passenger officials of several lines have received in the pas t few weeks numerous letters from clergymen and others protesting against the runnihg of Sunday excursions Several of the communicationsreceived- J mtly by the Northwestern offic ials have been from reformers and Sabbatarians who believe that the Sunday excursion business promotes a great deal of evil They argue that these outings tend to take people away from the church and to accustom them to gather in pleasureseek crowds on the day which should I 5i 15devoted to worship From several uurbn towns has come the cry that the sunday excursion is deplet IngtMatt 3Pdanceattho churches One iriiniBter complains that before the summer season opened his ciujrch was well fiJiedlbut now Io- us preaches to empty pews n- e t iA Jif 4 fcn- r i The young men01 his town he d glares are taking Advantage of the cheap Sunday rates to attend Base ball games at neighboring towns or nearby cities and at which ribald and Unruly crowds gather Ho does not think that for the little revenue the railroad in question obtained from Sunday excursions It should be willing to promote so much evil Chicago dispatch to GlobeDemo crat Will P Scott Will P Scott spoke at Madison ville last night in the interest of his candidacy for the Republican nomi nation for Congress He has a list IPG Ynt uI Tl1J appointments in the county which we have not seen and are therefore not able to give as they have not up to the tlme of going to press been furnished us Look A Stitch In Time Saves nine Hughes Tonic new im proved tastes pleasant taken in the early Sprlngand Fall prevents Chills Dengue and Malarial Fevers Acts on the and tones up the system Better than Quinine Guaranteed loobottltsThe Fire at Cadiz Destroyed the college building buta better takes its place Every thing neV experienced professors modern jRebtoUSt rnirajiJjD discln line beautiful grounds heatlful moral preparatory shorthand com mercial collegiate anti teachers courses Board 8 to 9 a month Opens September 3 1900 Tuition free to all Address j Pros E McCulley A M CttdiiJ Ky w r Program The following is the program for the First District Teachers Association to be held at the school house at Nortonville Sept 8 1000 930 Welcome address W W Feagrle 945 Work of a Teachers Aasso ciatlon Miss Mollie Plain nguageLeeWn1015 How to Prevent Unnecessary Noise in School Lilly Ray 1080 Longitude and Time Lewis Dates 1046 Presenting noun to a class Lizzie Hanks- 1100PoreentageC R Morton 1115 LiteraturePearl Miller 1180 Analysis and diagraming Belle Parker i reformsSallie100 History qi Jt ates 115 How to secure attendance J J Teague 180 General Exercise Lula Al len 145 How to secure attention at class Hansle Bailey 200 How to economize time Verda Graddy 2lB Memory drills Ophelia Davis 280 Mensuration HF S Bailey 245 Kind of punishment to infict in schoolJ D Cart 800 How character of child Is de veloped itt school W W Teague 816 Circulation of the bodyL- R Ray 880 DIscIplineS A Denny 845 Adjourn All teachers in said district are expected to attend and teachers from other associations and all who are interested In education are cpr dially invited to be present SALLIE R BROWN Pres H F S BAILEY Vice Pros IsBabyThm this summer 1 Then add a little SCOTTS EMULSION to dayIthe will improve Jf he nurses let the mother take the Emulsionsf eaadrsol alldtii 3 f fl r 7 I I DOWN IN THE MINES A doleful lamentation Indeed was the last epistle of agitator Wood It appeared in the United Mine Workers Journal He first calls attention to the fact that In this coal mining district or so much thereof as is under the influence of the Qr ganizion otyrhlch he is a poor inls guided leader work thlsseasonli s been dull arid right here we wlshto- call our readers attention tp the promises made by this agitator when out on a tonr through this district qtlvmember of the U M Ws was lcln sure oneself better work and larger wages Now he speaks of but little work which of course means little money What n contrast indeed there is between the condition of Woods deluded followers and tho honest contented workman who knows no false leader Hero in this Hopkins County the miner finds plenty of work In fact more than he desires for summer time doesnt get even a day to go fishing wades good and money plenty S cbsre- the blessings that come to the man refused to enter into an unhply jalll ance against his brother workman And then again Wood speaks pf the roluctaucy on the part ofbis fol lowers to subscribe to the fund for the purpose of leading others astray and ono can not blame them to kick when this same Wood hers Men leading them to believe that organ ization in this county was progress ing most favorably and they have found out no doubt through personal investigation that the order was losing instead of gaining wjiich showed plainly Woods influence and the useless expenditure ofinony here Now he cries for funds when last spring lIe boasted of the im mense amount of money the order would spend for organization in Kentucky this year If we are not mistaken over ono hundred thousand dollars was to be used for that pur pose and not only have they failed to properly support those they have called from labor but n decrease in membership could be shown The United Mine Workers have been making the claim that but a small per cent of the miners inj this IstrjEt iverejunprganizedv and nOw comes along Wood Who slioivsby- his own figures that the organization Is In a hopeless minority His fig urow read Organized 1600 unor ganized 2000 And we venture to say that hundreds of the numbers claimed by him In these figures have long ago renounced the order and nQW shun It as the would a viper Wood is right when he says The companies are going to make a stubborn fight against him and his fol lowers and there is abundant evi dence on all sides that it is a waste of both time and money for these agitators to attempt to organize the present nonunion of this district both the operators and men have be come fixed in their determination to fight to the bitter end all outside interference with their business Wood wants THE BEE to attend to its own business and devote more time to Sunday School lessons THE BEES mission is to lead all men along the right path and it is performing what it cansiders both its religious and moral duty when it devotes space fighting those agi tators wholoye the money they get better than the welfare of large numbers of families they have now on the the poverty list At Belleville Illinois a few weeks ago there appeared one day before the manager of a coal mine at that place a miner who had up to that time been a faithful member of the U M W apparently well satified while at work nnder their rule but on the occasion above referred to lie had from some cause then unknown become very much enraged at the organization and applied to them such vile names that even the coal operator was astonished So thor oughly was he disgusted with the order that he determined to quit their company at once and so asked the manager to write him out a letter of recommendation to the man ager of the Relnecke Coal Company In this county which request was complied with and the fellow camo there once and by the aid of the letter secured work from Secretary Bailey But Mr Bailey for the last few months is not always asleep when he has his eyes jcldsed and turned an attentive ear to the newcomer who ho soon discovered had come down to old Kentucky for the purpose of lending aid to the enemy the U M W and after 4 a low days labor he was summoned to appear belpre Secretary Bailey and when closely questioned by him as to his object in coming here he admitted his purpose was to aiti the organization of whfchhewaHa reprimandbleft the c t 11Ii1 A scarcity of coal cars last eak caused a doprease In tho weekly output of coalin this county Thos Longstall has Just returned from a prospecting trip for the St Bernard Company The coaKlnitier while at work in the mines during tho extreme hot weather has ahiig advantage over the outside laborer who is exposed to the hot rays of the sun Did you over stop to consider what It means to a railroad company and a producing concern to have the opportunity Joading a 6000 ton ship forforolgn ports Suppose a line of the road is blocked with cars laden and waiting for a chance to unload the market is dull and no one seems to want anything when along comes a party who has been paying 60 per cent more than the market price here and therefore does not haggle at the quotation but sends the ship right along to load and thus relieve about 200 cars as soon as they can be dumped in the vessel Is it at all likely that the producer is going to waste much time on the man who wants 6000 tons a year in monthly proportions at cut rates These foreign orders that are comipg In and the extra bunker coal that Is being taken puts not a few of our soft coal pro ducers most decidedly on Easy streetCoal Trade Journal i The anthracite coal trade is in a far better position this year than at it100ksjmonths will be such as to make this year the banner one in time coal trade It is said the production for the rest of the year is to be kept within bounds but some of the lead ing coal officials think enough coal cannot be mined to meet the de mand There is a scarcity of coal in all the stocking places and the same condition also applies to the retailers Most of the operators are behind oven now in filling orders for domestic sizes and the general opin ion is there will soon be an active trade The bituminous trade is steadily improving with a better de mand Prices are being maintained with a slight advance in some cases for prompt delivery New York dispatch to Cincinnati Enquirer BEST WAY TO CURE BACKACH Backaches are caused by disorder in the kidneys Foleys Kidney rlgbtTAkeDuring the last Democratic admin istration the dinner pail of the work Ingman was usually filled with food for reflection A TIMELY HINT lou snonldte wise and Me that yearblood n rich and pure and whole system pat la a perfectly healthy condition by use of Dr Carlatedt German LITer Powder Then you will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds and the rip Dr Carlstedts German UtttPowder Is the beat medicine money can buy Fir your Colt try Dr Otto ia Spruce Gum Salam Price 25p and 50e a Bottle for tale by St Bernard drug store Tho gold standard declared speechInnity to work Is Mr Bryan de pending upon tho votes of the idle this year 1asotKYiEorreneeAaardt TlCofltlotrC4Grattr rlln otont Jw 11ilPttTtdJttutx17rtJlenir r cutl n Ettra w dntJDittic f i4fn la K td 1 f tifrt riatlt ui ft ily yZJ M gr rbQ7 tr fnu6GN y Apathy la Cbarcbiiitieaa What would a census of the attendants the overage annual church meeting reveal We fear that as a role not 25 per cent of the active resi dent members capable of being present and participating rally at this gather Ing which Is In some respects the most Important of the year To be sure the growing custom of roll calls and suppers Is resulting in larger attendance but there are many good sized city churches whore a comparatively few transact all the business How can the church consistently urge upon men the duty of attending caucuses and of vet ing at the polls when In doing Its own business It so often sets an example of Indifference and negligence Congre eationallst SORE LUNGSSo- re n in the chest and ful breathing the forornnners of pneumonia are quickly relieved mid WBullsTry It at o- nceDBlIlIS COUCHSYRUPWill quickly heal Sore Lungs D05J afe mall and pleawnt to take Doctors recomtneud it Irce25ca At all drugjrist fiIII y Mrs PlnkhaiThe one thing that quail flex a person to give ad yoe on any subject i xPflllos xPfrJnolJ oatea known dgor No other person Sims SfJ wed an xprlpnoe will fomaSm Ills nor such a rmoord of suoosss at Mrs JPhMtam has had Over a hundrod thour sand oasis coma bolo hraohyarn Sontoper sanlllllotby mall tutu OIIlorlOyNNIIaylterdayaItd warty years of con stant success thfnk of the knowledge thus gained Surely women are wise In seeking ad vloe front a woman wltt 9uoh an expeHenoe S- IIywhdtifrt i If you are Nigel a toll of Iyi E Flnkham Vegetable Compound aj onoe write Mrs PlIJ1cIumtly Mass Meeting for Men Only Colby D Hall of Kentucky Uni vorsity will talk to men only Thurs day evening at 8 oclock at M E Church South Subject JJabii Forms Character and Charactei Shapes Destiny Mr Hall delivered this talk in Madisonville las Tuesday night to a very intolligen audiance and every one was delIght- ed The men of Earlington an cordially Invited to como out to hen the young orator V B Conklin Bowersville O noolemonths of treatment by physicians SGoFrank B Arnold has returnee from St Louis where he went to tate Ids little boy Edgar for treat muyii He left the hey in liMv car at at excellent hospital for childrci whet he will be treated for Infantih paralysis It will require a term o about six mouths Rt the hospital to effect a cure- Fortify I the body ft resist malaria perfectSolbyCollegeVo l Business Shorthand or Telegraph course to write to Prof W R Smith President of the famous am reliable Commercial College of Ken ylorWNiNrWNIMWNNNNNNNUWNNnV Advertising is called by 1 some an art 1 If it bo an art it is the i p simplymorez i thanrthingsbeing SI I should be able to vrito more convincingly of the articles he offers for sale A 5 In a rftore where the employer stlta S 3 Roods elde by tide wrth lilt clerks It Ia S rare that the will not be the S beatalemanI= g simpleHe1 A to Z He ProbabIYJ1nS i i purchased them Ho- S iknows his aims His ar 1 guments carry weight e 5 cause they are convinc = argumentsis 1 fag 1 samel 15 1 itbusinstiknowledge of detail S would attract new cus 3 tomers if presented through the advertising Imus of paper 1 iH you have not tried It w beilaP i3 atltJled i 1rmnmnHNnmmwm uwvwwwl JOB WORK- Will receive prompt atten Estimatesfurnished Pleyfloney an+ l lungs zed stops the cwtgk 1i f iv tMI ChiCAGO J f ANDRfTURN FT 1li6 i rrj Evansvillete r j ACCOUNTt r Ga AtRi National Encampment I 1Tickets on Sale August 25 26 71 i IReturn Limit Sept 3 Extension toscutoUl1or20 maybe obtained b on or 1 before 12 o clock noon SundaySep Chir i Equally low rates from other points 1 Two Trains daily For further Information call on nearest ticket agent or address J E P JEFFBIES t G IJl E dP H R nt Evans vlllo Ind ii D H HILLMAN h2 rGen Sou Agent Nashville t Teimv NASHVILL EIr ii i fAND r1- r iItiit ST LOUIS RAILWAY IDIXIEPULLMAN PALACE ta 1 1 SLEEPING CARS j Between St Louis and Jaeksoncllle M via Martin Nashville Chattauoogaff Macon and Lake City J QUICKSTEP b k t PULLMAN PALACE jtoq I r 1ftSLEEPINGc Between St Louis and Atlanta via Evansvllle Nashville and Chatta t i nooga 5f I Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars also between St Louis and Chattanooga via Martin and Nashville Nash ville and New York via Chatta t Washd tNashville and Memphis via Me 5 Konzio and L NjPalace Day CoacHes on all Trains f Jf t s HF SMITH W LDANLEY ttl i Traffic Mgr Genl pusrA i1As1IVILLn TEX3S tijiJ I l II You Are Going North I vV tf You Are Going South L tf You Are Going East y V o- vIf 1- i r You Are Going Wetj itfruneHAir TICKCT VIA l ml0- b l 1 E I Looitvatcft KABHVIIIC R Ri i J l L I Aha Ci 4ey T 7 c ti1E I i I x The Maximum cfSpaecffj The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates t ti BtM TImeand all other InforraoUon win be cheerfully furnished by t C P ATMORC a r A otb7 Icrotsvwx JtY E M OER AGENT tVAHSVLLETERREtlAUTER r I jiVii p ii q Vestibuhd T6rougE tDally to Chkago2J J TIIfe lialbt a tip Orkeoa to ChlCllfl cIiM h1 1aaLUb a s a I o sRMarrGa taRRt- 7 1 4 r r 1 Tr r IJ q p 4 1 1 THE BEE a RLlNaTONIQ j CI i TRIAL BECU- y I I LaFew WitntMM Were ExaminedI Yesterday ltt sIxTY OR MORE TQ8E HEARD The examining trial of Lee Cozart for th6 shooting Of Jtimbs i pfautt vrts gun yesterday nf ternoon The thnofor the hear ing hnd been fixed for 9 a mf but the court did not got through another case until noon There vas time consumed getting wit i nesses together and swearing thorn iusbthnt it was 8 oclock lwhen the first witness was put on stand I I The trial is before County t Judge Hall at Madisonville j I There are something like sixty or more witnesses to be exam inod and it will probably require allof and a good pjirfc of torliorrowto get through with the testimony I It- f 4 r China It vwants the UnitedStntc to got peace The United States would be be pleased tdobhigo China in this respect but there are cer tam 1 preliminaries which China thisJiw with the rest of the powers She must cease all resistance to the i 1 allies in and around Pekih Her government must return to the capital and enter into negotia i tions with the allies whereby in demnity shall bo furnished for I the recent outrages against for eigners and pledges given that such atrocities shall not be re peated in tho future The United States will be glad to assist China under these conditions Itt witMrjNWiit KIIQllcy ho uI U 1Tfl1u encein Ckuthnhuftio11or aujt1 aref z l they intelligently and honestly meet the demands of the situa tion America will be glad to end t Chinas present troubles Globe k DemocrttIJ t J Meeting at Bamslcy Wo have just cloBcd a tow days1 mooting at Bnrnsley Wo hall two 4 convoralons Tho Lord was with us dIn and I hovor preached to a Ift fbott r and attentive congregation t best of behavior was given to i mo and on account of the warm nntllIand all othorathat will listen to the I gospel REV J W L0 5 4a Jt HAIR WEALTO of hair I MS fto it We r have we will send you that tells Just how to care for the hair If your 1011 is too t Jthln Wealth i- swealth indeed especially a woman Everyother physical attraction t1g1gsecondary a gladly I j AWI HbJtF vigor Il rowth becomes 1 j 1 brous and all dano k 4 Juff is removed I It always restores 1color to gray or faded Retain your youth i dont look old before your time 100 a bottle All druggists L I haTe wed rourHalr Vigor now for about 25 re rt hays aatlBfutoryInrecommended tbls Hair VIgor to hundreds of my frIends all toll the same I If any 1 wants the best klndot A Hair 11 VlgorI shall certaUly recommend lust as C getabottloofAyecst I Mrs N E HAMILTOK Nov 98 1893 Norwich N T r WioHDeeIf lnefltiyou desire treltCtbe uie of the Vigor write tile Doctorabottt tIDBJ O AYER Lowell InaH r 3 P L I P T1 c4 ERWlStmNOTIOED ItrreltedIstores Over two hundred bullduijfsjwere hboganWISL ItountalnJbollc acid by mistake with fatal ra sults A Chicago hotel proprietor refused to serve a shirtwaist man In the din ingroom and is a defendant in a50000 damage suit liI r JTicket Agents will be hold at JJuffaJrt N Y on October 1C 1 A company has been formed at 1lorlcnntol1evelop the water power of Elk In the river at that point Iso fall of 25 feet atfleetin tho channels of the Mississippi is receiving supplies at St Louis A young man supposed to teEugene Patterson of St fouswasdrowned In Lake Michigan at Chica bathingThirty all InChlcagothis week with a capital of 40000001 A number of secret service men Jlywe started over the country to dc coupicr gust 1 The postmaster general has estabr dished two netv divisions of post office inspectators ono comprising tho Inland of Hawaii and tho other that of Porto Rico Kansasnndparted four years ago by a Iqvers quarrel met by accident at St Louis and wore married Seven hundred St Louis democrats accompanied by ITon Adlai Stevenson left for Scdalia on a special train to participate in tho formal opening of thc state campaign Oeorgo Wagner went on the warpath at Waterloo 111 and after en agaInstCityfurnished material for a funeral objectedtochoice because his name was Wilson iilso and she wanted to change hers RO she eloped with Harry Chandler of McLcnnsboro 111 t AArIeau consul In England re 1fM tiki A Iien women in that gotthee firtheHenry Bergman of WtwHijigWk county Ill committed suic1deZ1li shooting himself with a double barreled shotgun the contents o both barrels taking effect in his head blowing out his brains The circuit court at Peoria HI hai ordered the women managers of the Industrial school for girls to release the three Pankey Children in accord nnco with the order of release Iseuca some days ago by acting Gov War der Broomcorn growers in Illinois arE confronted with the problem of how to get their crop harvested Laborers are very scarce and the few who have been found who will work in the broonicorn fields have forced the farmers to pay them greatly increased wages President McKinley will not deliver nny set speech ut Chicago during tho O A It reunion it is announced Ac companied by Mrs McKlncy he will nndfrornthcredaughter of Abner McKinley Population of UaaRIIITopeka Kaa Aug 10The state board of agriculture has issued oTbul Ittln compiled from reports of coun ty clerks on March 11 showing the population of Kansas to bo 1444709 a net increase within the year of 19 COtiiticslargest 2440 in Allen Thirtynine counties lost 8300 the Smallest be lug 2 in Grecley and the largest 873 in Johnson THE MARKETS ugUCATTLENativeCOTTONMiddling ty io- FLOUItWinter 3 75 sj 400 73JCORNNO2SaFOUKMCB9JLOUIS 9ftHEEVESSteprsCJwa and Heifers 2 W ale 13 OALVE8 per 100 4 50 e 6 00 1IOQS Fair to Choice 1151 545 SHEEPFair to Chblce 3 a 4 0- 1LUt11tPatent noW w 350 Iii 3 C5 Other Grades 2 SW ft a 50 JCOHN21YlUITOBACCO Lues 3 liD S50 01200HAY16ftBACON liftPORKLARprtme Steam 6tCHIC 00 CATTIE Native Bte rs 4Sro547iiSHEEPfFalr3 70 390 1400WIlEU CATTLEHatlvo Steers 4 SO z S KT 622WHEATNOOAT No2 Whiter 23KW 24 UORN No 2 h 3G5 NEW ORLEANS FLOUR High Grade U5 4 00 CORN No 2 j 0 62 OATS Western cj 22 HAY Choice 1760 1800 00BACONShortRlbStd OTTONMfi5 IY CIji 764CORNoOTSNI2 ItItxeL4 I J- lORKNow 36 Mesa 1273 ltKACONHhort Elt vv Ill 5 OTrOMtd4ii IUQ L IT- cs il oIt It f r i ik1 0= J FjtAL FIREAt OIA One Fireman Dead and Five Injured the Result of the Work of Fire Bugs +t f LARGE AMDUNT OF PROPERTY BURNED I Tile Plant of the Peoria Lou ii anfl Madre Co and Carr llM ice IIouso Dotroyed The Ca naltle Were CHOSCI by the Fall of Walls Lou Elltlmatedat f3000e iI Peorla lIE Aug 22ono fireman dead five injured and 30000 worth of property destroY dlsthiwork of a lire buy In two here It was about two oclock that lire was discovered in the plant of the Pc orla Lounge and Mattress Co at the corner of nyeto and Water strcets A general alarm soon had all of the fire machines of the city at tho scene but the plant was practically do Btroytdv Thrown Prom a RoM The loss will reach 20000 on stock and machinery nndGOOO on the Tjninsiirancoreach 15000 During the pfogresa of the fire Plpeman Distlerof Truck No 2 and Fred Brodbcck of Hose Compna No 51 were thrown from the roof of a twostory building adjoining the fire Dlstlcrs shoulder was broken and Hrodbeck watf badly bruised A SecoBd Fire An hour after the mattress com panys fire Carrolls ice house only 200 years from the scene of the first fire was discovered in a blaze This was the fiercest of the two fires At the end of an hours fight the roof of the building caved In Caught Under Falling Walls Capt Barney Manning and Pipemen Michael Gibbons and Harry Palmer of Hose Comptny No 1 entered door of the burning building They were holding a stream of water on the fire CaptMannIngmen Gibbons and Palmer were burled undc tho walls but were soon dug out by their companions Gibbons had both legs broken below the knees while Palmer escaped with a few bruises Laddcrmen James P Lynch of Truck No1 was struck by a falling Umber and crushed about the hips MORE LYNCHERS SENTENCEDfor kclit Mc rj vPakin o11iesq4 JW J IftaPalestine Tex Aug Justice of the Peace Joseph AVil5el3 son the alleged leader of the mob HumphresslnUendersonI A Johns Sam Hall and John F Had dls tho remaining defendants yesterday pleaded guilty to murder in the first degree and each received a life sentence in the penitentiary The action disposes of all tho Humphreys j lynching cases eight in number Each I defendant received life sentence A DISASTROUS WRECK Tire Pcraon lUlled ami Seven 18 Jared by a Collision In a Cat Tazewcll Va Aug 22 Adisastrous wreck at Maxwell six miles from here on the Clinch Valley division of the Norfolk Western occurred Monday resulting in the death bf two pen and the wounding of seven oth orb A light engine was running west at 40 miles an hour when it met in a cut a freight drawn by two engines going 30 miles an hour The crash was tcrI iftc THEODORE WALLERT CAUGHT the Arlington Minn Quintuple Murderer Captured hidden In Ills SUtern Darn St Paul Minn A g22An Arllng tjop Min special to the Dispatch jays butcherellillswounded another was discovered at 1030 a min the barn on the place of his sister Mrs StQinbprn about two miles from the scone of his crime He Tnshldden under a manner The MissourI Apple Abroad iCansas City Mo Aug 22L A Uobdman secretary of the State hoe ttcultural society of Missouri received letter yesterday from OD Brack ott1who has charge of the United of fruit at the Paris opposition announcing th4t the Mis JecelvedtMvfoi Missouri apples Isgrovlrign In idlcated by letters of iiiqulry Mr Gtdmanhas recetvedj especially drep Englaud Germany and Austria 1A Choice GIft f ew York Aug 23riss Helen Gold has presented 200 specimens of valuable plants which are cuttings frql1l OOUd conservatory at Irv Irigtbn to the botanical gardens in Bronx park in thtSctty Herglftft Is iMdcrstood puts New York in pos sessiph of plants which can not be duplicated ahyAvKere rilse in the Unit ed tstes i Within the Sacred Jlty- Loijdon Aug 22Tile following is received froth Bear Ad miraJiBrutJe lug 19SundayThe allies ate reported to have Centered +1q r cred Ul tjtJn August H Y t- t 1fi Ii i jr4t J1 r t- t 11 iy t JSf LL4f A YOUNG GIRL DECAPITATED Sliooklag Retail of n CoUnIoa llotueco H rn B ltCorapttny Ctr and n Wagon at t Louis girlbeheadedand two persons slightly hurt are tlie results of n collision at Maeder street and South Broadway last night at 815 oclock between car No 810 of the Sixth street division of the Transit svagpnbearing gardenDespite lder injuredlittleof No 014 South Third street escaped without a scratch- Immediately aftei the accident an excited crowd of some 400 persons assembled and made a determined fort to Jyrich the mortorman The latter however was already under police protection and after some time dispersedThose when it was OporgeSIgele614 South Third Spsthenes Fichesser of No 610 South Third street and Herman ftussler of 3ip Rutgcr street Blanche Skeele was instantly killed Russlers face was badly contused his face cut and his possibly fractured FichesSers right leg was broken below the knee Mrs Skeelos hands and feet were crushed and she suffered severe bruises Sk ole him self was badly bruised all over the body but was not believed to be seri ously hurt A SPECTACULAR BLAZE ThreeStory Stone Building Occu pied by u Fireworks Compaify Burned to the Ground St LoUis Aug 22Dy a fire whose brilliance from a spectacular point of view has scarcely been equaled in St Louis in recent years the threestory stone building at 210 North Second street occupied by the Consolidated Fireworks Company of America was completely destroyed last night a little before midnight and the build ings on the north and south occupied respectively by the Hudson Bros Produce and Commission Co and Stracke Caesar liquor dealers wero badly damaged The greatest damage done the latter firms was by wa ter The total loss is estimated at 18000 on the stock of the fireworks company and 10000 on the building The cause of the fire is unknown but the general belief is that it was the result of an explosion due to spon taneous combustion There were no lives lost and no one injured although the explosions were frequent and of great volume driving at times the firemen from their work and causing R stampede of the throng of specta ftoro ss1Iad been attracted to tho rJlCeRq D 1J JroOJi Hundled of DQI lttao Wil by a f1iVlodltollD Milwaukee Aug1A special from Sheboygan WiS says A terrific windstorm struck the city yesterday afternoon The storm came very suddenly from the north Eightlarge buildings were wrecked and 200 small houses were blown down The loss will be upward of 300000 At noon it was dark ad night and intensely hot A few moments before one oclock the storm broke increas ing in force until a tornado was blow Ing Persons were thrown down and fences and signs hurled hundreds of feet The storm raged for some min Utes and passed off to the south The storm started in the western part of the city near the cemetery and swept down onto the south sido and off into the lake It was two ngInutes THINNING OUT THE BOERS lCrnpp Guns Captured by Ian Hamilton Additional S Surrenders to llunille London Aug 21Tho war office dispatchfromIan Hamilton captured two Krupp guns at Opliphants nek August 17 Three British were wounded Hamilton engaged the Boers alt day August 10 at Roodc Kopjcs and Crocodile rlrerThere were few casualtlcsIRundle reports that 684 Boers Surrendered In the Harrismlth district August 19 Oa HU Way Home New York Aug 2On board tho French liner La Lorraine from Havre wasMrHOkichief engineer of con struction of the Japanese navy He has been In France the building of the Jnpanesecrulser Azuma at St Nazairo He Is on his way to Japan Judge John Beverly Dead Amsterdam N Y Aug 21 Judge John Beverly late of the superior court ot the state of Washington died at the home of his daughter Mrst John H Bost ick this city He was born in Oppenheim Fulton county N Y June 18 1823 Telegraph From Tien Tain Cut Shanghai Aug 21010 p niThe foreign officials here say that the telegraph from Tien Tsln has been cut The position of the aIlIei4is Uncertain arid a large body of Chinese troops has taken the field A Lucky Prince I Berilni Aug 22 TheLokaiAnzeiger announces time engagement pf Queen iYilhelniin tb Princo FrederickAdol- fotM eklenburgSchwcrin fC P k ft 4i r t f 1 I l i From Neb NKBOj feYj August 20 To the readers of THK BEE wo make our first effort promising that we will do our best to keep them In formed of the happenings of pur town I It is bdtii hot and dry to the no small detriment of corn and tobacco anti unless we hate rain In a short time tho tobacco crop will be badly damaged Our city dads are having the side walks repaired Doctor Ferguson is having a new tobacco barn built on his farm ad Joining town Tho old Mills storehouse which has been an eyesore to our people has been bought by our enterprising merchant Mr D 0 Morrow who willtear the old house down and replace It with a twostory brick Mr Ed Hodge of Henderson was hero last week making arrangements to build a large tobacco factory He already owns a large factory but it is not sufficient to handle the tobac co he desires to purchase There is a great deal of sickness Just now and cur doctors are kept busy night and day Mark Corbun of the Rose Greek neighborhood who has been sick fox several weeks is no better Mrs Sue Ferguson who has been quite sick Is recovering Mrs M T Winstead Is suffering from an obstinate attack of the chills Mrs B SH1H who has been quite sick with malarial feveri is reported better JIbedside of his brother at Sturgis has returned home and reports him as being slightly Improved Mrs Allen Campbell who went tc Crofton to visit her daughter was taken suddenly with pneumonia is said to be better Frank Cox who had the misfor tune to get his ankle broke a few days ago is getting along nicely Work on the coal shaft two miles from town has been suspended Wheat threshing is over and the crop Is very light RevJclJ of Madisonville pfeachedat the C PGhurch Sun day Bob Payne who has been making his home in Madisonvillo has re turned to Nebo Miss Goldie Chandler who has been clerkingforJELJl Cox is tak lug a vacatieHJ rolt t tnaJtI t Mij reiding Elder George H Hayes preached some able sermons A protracted meeting is In progress at the A Mv E Church It Is conducted by the Revs Brown and MooreThe political pot while not exactly ready to boil is getting warm A regular Bryan Democrat was asked to take TIlE BEE and pay for it when McKinley was elected He replied that it was only two months credit communication in last Fridays Hustler from Greasy Oreek settled to us a vexed question We romem her reading that same thing fifty years ago and ve did not know whether it was true or not but now we know that it Is true for John Simms says over his own signature that he was the man As we road it several years before the war of the Rebellion we think If licit mistaken that at that time it was said to have occurred during the Revolutionary War which would make John L several years Older than we thought But then John Lf says that ho was the man and John like the immortal Washington cant tell a lie BILIOUS DROWSY LOW SPIRITED BODY AND BRAIN WEARY i 5 Now John tell us more abOut it What kind of looking man was Washington Was he as stilT and dignified neW have been led tq be Hove ho was from his tcturejtWo Understand that Prof Fefguy s nw111remove his family to Charleston ho having secured the school at that place We regret to ivo hint and his excellent family Up as we have no better people than rtho Professor and his goqd wife and hope that theIr removal will only be temporary As far rts my knowledge extends I doiiot kho vvpi a single vote that McKlnloy got four years ago that ho will not get thIs time while 1 know several who voted for Bryan who will vote for McKinley this time RusTtqus Church Directory M ECUUROItWo Wilson 8UI1daYiJoyentngSundayschool CHBISTIAN CHtjKOHVrI i H 18elt pastor Services second and iJpwrth Su at 11 a mand 790 Prayerradsting M EV GHUEOH SoyTH R M Wheat pastor Services first and Third Sundays at 11 a m and 180 pm Sundayschool at 980 Prayer at 390 oclock MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHUEOH Alex McOhord Pastor Service third arid Sunday night Sundayschooratp80 Prayer meeting fondnyevoj1lngs 730 oclock Y P Ss O EPrayermeetlng every Sunday evening at 0 80 CATHOMa CHUEOII Rev A M I Coonon pastor First Massf Sunday morning at 7 oclock SecoudlIass1 980 oclock at 280 every Sunday GENERAL BAPTIST ChURCH William Childers pastor Services very third Sunday at 11 oclock a m and at 780 pmI The greatest skin Specialist in America originated the formula for Banner Salve For all skin diseases all cuts or sores and for piles its the most healing medicine Campbell Co Killed Her Baby Boy Owensboro Ky Aug 21 I Her mind deranged from typhoid fover and the excessive heat Mrs John Supplee this evening with a razor killed liar oneyear old boy and then cut her pwn throat The woman is still alive and was able to tell her husband lie had done though there h n he I nl= n Yi untl gra5s CanuIacto11theadjoining the factory fru keep him at the factory 4 about 10 oclock at night Ht wife had been ill for several days and a neighbor girl was staying with her v A few years ago tie South did practically no manufacturing iP now has oyer 1000000000 one bilr lion dollarsinvested In factories paying over 350QOOiOOO In wages and producing between fl500000000 and1 12000000000 worth of products yearly Ij the gold standard and tho protective tariff are the great ayils that the South so steadily denounces how has the So nth been enabled to make this wonderful progress the great bulk of which has been under MoKIuleys administration Money to patent good idea mimy by TfIBPATENT Ho voted for Bryan In 1896 is efcoming quite a common form of in I troduction for the speakers at the Republican meetings in Kansas thia year 1 I DO YOU FEEL PRICKLY I4 ASH BITTERS 1ED1EV5 Af4D i1VIGORATEZ r fl tsflJWnt It cleanses the liver and bowels strengthens the kidneys and aids digestion thus the system is regulated and the body fortified to rest disease k A A VALUAILE REMEDY TO KEEP IN THE HOUSE SOLD BY ALL DRUQQI8TS Price 100 Per Bottle j SI Bernard Drug Store Special Agents C wi I- if hi i 4 cf J 1 SI t d f J I t f FI h 4 N 4 Jrt i an J1I i THE BEE EARUiSlGtaN KY I 1- 1te fee fp tii M MOORE Editor and Publisher 2 SUBSCRIPTION HATES i 1 One Year 100 Six X nthIJ 50 F ThreeiMbritlisi 25 Copies 6 i Specimencopies mailed froo bri ap pHfcation rCorrespondents wanted In all parts i 1ofthe county ss UH for particulars LTelephone No 12 I THURSDAY AUGUST 23I900 til ANNOUNCEMENTS EBRREWe are authorized to announce liono r cant theUWilliNCongresslonaltI Ut1JI I JrjIyEtt SHOO BOSSYSt JC r Paul Pioneer Prow i and defense before the mossof testimony at the examining trial has been whipped into shape and digested The character and h standing o both the principals in this un fortunate affair and all consid- eratIons of peace and the execu tion of even handed Justice ii the community make it on al accounts of the deepest interes to the entire community L Ooznrt is a quite indus trious business man with many friends He has acted as deputy marshal of Earlington and on many occasions shown himself fearless and capable Jim Offutt was a most quiet circumspect colored citizen in tellegent worthy of utmost con fidence and one of the first men of his race in Hopkins county The true friends of both men and of the sober industrious and peacable community in which this tragedy has been enacted desire a careful dispassionate and complete investigation and what jewtdecisian lie law demands under the facts Wilu sucTin vestigation and determination every citizen should and we be lieve will be satisfied LETTER FROM JOHN LAKE He Writes of County Young Men s Christian Association Work LOUISVILLE KY Aug 10 1900 MB EDITOB I promised sometime ago to lot my friends In Hop kins county know through your valuable columns how the County Work was progressing elsewhere Since yours is the oldest County organiza tion in the State it is natural that you should look with interest upon the development of the work elsewhere The County Work in Mull lenberg county was planted on a firm basis The Convention a few weeks ago was attended by several Hopkins county men including the Chairman and County Secretary Within a week after the Convention ninetenths of the amount needed for the years work had been promised Mr T B Lanham formerly Assist ant County Secretary at Edgefleld S C has been called to take charge of the work and arrived on the loth inst Mr Lanham has had consid erable experience in this new feat ure of Association effort and there is every reason to believe that his work will be eminently successful The Greenville Association now has something over one hundred members a library with three hundred good books and a nice rdading room It is their purpose to organ ize at once a training class such as Mr Caldwell is establishing in dif ferent points in the county for af ter all the training class and the direct personal work must be principal features in the town an country Associations Of course the Greenville Association is older than the Madlsonvillo Association having been organized in 1888 By the time the Madlsonville work h fourteen years old there fano telling what it will accomplish Mr Lau ham will go to work at once to or ganize Associations and training classes at Central City BevierSoutl Carrollton and other points ir the county The work will ofcourse prbdee4alowly but there is oyerj prospect of a steady growth During the past low months a preliminary work has been going pin n Shelby coujty A county com- mitteo has beoyj appointed1vlthMr John L Lq fin chairman anti a Young Miens Prayer ineetht R I A jI i r j i 1 J ok II 1 r Y rs tI 7i has been organized in A county convention will behold in Shelby vtlle September 2SQ after which it is likely that a strong work wlllbellaunchedJ tofEdgefleld county S C where tho oldest county organization in th6 world exists and where Secretaries Caldwell and Lanham received thole first in county work IthiS beantgood men but relying upon e power of God and determined nqtfto relax their efforts because Of hett- uckys inroads upon their secreg tarsal force they have rallied to flie occasion and have determlned to do a greater work than ever Tlielr Tenth Annual County Convention was held July 20=22 and in two weeks about threefourths of the amount needed for years work was raised A county secretary has been called who will give his entire time to Edgefleld county and the prospects are very bright for the future 1Ihopo to spend some days with you soon and trust that I will find that God has blessed you greatly since ray last visit Let us not ex pect too much in the yay c IvrimecU late results It5 said that when God stnr1otut to make an oak He takeaa hundred years but that when He only wants a squash Ho takes six weeks Let us build carefully plan well and lay the founda tion deep so that five ten fifteen years from now and menwill rise up and call those blessedwho stood by this work in its Infancy Yours sincerely Join LAKE FREE BLOOD CURE I An Offer Proving Faith to Is your Blood Pure Sufft1SI of it Do cuts or slowly Does your skin Have you Pimples Eruptions Aching Bones or Back Old Sores Boils EczemaI matism Foul Breath you pale If so purify your blood at once with B B B Botanic Blood Balm It makes the blood pure and rich heals every sore and gives a ives a clear smooth healthy skin- Dgepseatedcases like ulcers cancer eating sores Swellings and Blood Poison are quickly cured b- by B B B made especially for all obstinate Blood and Skin B B B is different from other rem edies because B B B drains the Poison and Humors out of the Blood and entire system so the symptoms cannot return Give it a trial It cures when all else fails Thoroughly tested for thirty years Sold at drugstores at 100 per largo bottle six large bottles full treatment 5 So- suffers may test it a trial bottle given away absolutely free Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Write today Describe trouble and free medical advice given Cal Martin and Henry Bourland have returned from Sebree Springs where they have been sojourning for their health Is Life Worth Living nervous nessand palpitation of the heart are not diseases i they nrebymptoms in indicating that various vital or harmonydrestores order and rids the body of all waste products that clog the system It insures sound digestion sound nerves and sound sleep aol by agent in every town and by Camp bell Co- Gold to the amount of 25000000 was brought into this country from the Klondike this year Here is an other text for a prolonged weeping spoil by Senator Teller BullsCuresonldaylWhycougbano oug Pt25c ntsSotd by all druggkW I r J i r f rIt j Returned From Sebree N 1 Toombs aiul treO H Me Gary and family i ltraV R Coyl0 and children and Miss Annib Moore who have been camping nt Sebroe returned home Monday Every ono jollyfany i kick Toombs mid Charlie McGary AYlth it coul dtniotkeep from being jolly Mr rrs Ernest Rash have since returned 1 v Does It p yfto Buy Cheap andcoldsthing that will relieve and cure the re severe and dangerous results of throat and troubles What shall you do Go to a warmer and possibloremedythatilized countries with success in se vere throat nand lung troubles notoilysues to germ disease but allays Inflatnmatfoncauses easy ex peotoratlon gives a nights rest and cures thepatfent Try one bot tIe Recommehdpd many years by salebySenator John T Morgan resents canmakeniount issue He holds that there expansionists Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam f 01tos yourCoughLargosizesale by St Bernard Drug Drugstore for o Beautiful Complexion Take Dr Carl i ttedts German Liver Powder t Mrs Will Whitford and mother StLouising for some time Ladies complexIonactive liver bowels regular as clock use MorleysLiverand Kidney body Cor dial the great system renovator Itcures all diseases to which women dobilIty everytown Mr and Mrs K T Toombs are vlsltlngVeltitives In Slaughtersville Whats In a name The word bitters does not always Indicate I disagreeablePriclcl reh1l1Iatesis RO pleasant the most delicate object to it Sold by St Bernard Drugstore Miss Inez Dean is visiting rela tives in the Pond River country I FATALITY FOLLOW FAILURE to use Foleys Kidney Cure in time Brlghtftdisease highdeathit Is not wise to ignore early symp FoleysKidneyCo Mrs J L Jackson is visiting relatives in Hanson this week SuccessWorlhKnowing Forty years success in the South proves Hughes Tonic a great remedy for Chills and all Malaria Eovers Better than Quinine Guaranteed Try it At druggists 50c and 100 bottles Rev Bell of Providence was herjj Wednesday The lack of energy you feel the backache And a rundown t generally all mean kidney disorder Foleys Kidney restore your strength and vigor by making the kfdneys well Take no substitute Campbell Co r NKOIWORKTi For Fine Watch IIWork Olbck VorknndJewI call on w G BAKTM L N RRa Time IDarlington Lyr 1 3ALL MYQRK GUARANTIh 1j 11 11 IfJ 0 J JIJ11 cI 1 It t t 1 I toy r S ti1 T 4 1 GOOD THINGSt-T you have the pulato of nu epicure or ItHaWOOt tooth each can bo r satisfied to tho full from otir shelves nnd counters which are Loaded With All the Good Things the 5Earth Produces i No more choice and complete lino ofy yjLf A things good to oat can be found ill t i store except a largo city grocery tThnts whatours is It is not sjtua qcdin it large city but it is11 in AF any hencoop of a town andIT ourrf f v cuptomors Icnow a good t lI1gWll ll i see it Hence wo are e to t r- c ryn magnificent stock of Grocer 4ft y ies and to soil them at close figures Buy your eating from our shelves and you will have a good taste in your mouth for a month st Bernard Eenl Store Wi4 GEORGE O l ISuccessor t hue Vals1 LIVERY d FE- EDSTABLE At tho Old Stand on Main street just west of Depot r EARLINGTONI KY I FirstClass Equipment and Prompt Service I tts MMf Y4A fl tlsM lwr Y Hi 0 oJ YOU WANT A IiModern rHTwonUeth ti t lroIn firstclass style apply to or ad al IroM McCord I Contractor and Builderi0 4 IItEAELINGTON years experience KENTUCKY t I Specificationsy f tar LcheerfullyTELEPHONE v- T j Jvy r vO VVVV V 7V o + s a o SINGLE AND DOUBLE TEAMS iSADDLE HORSES I r rBARNET c STABLE ARNOLD iJ itHEARSE i WORK A SPECIALTY j e N N NO 0 NNN- rtrrhrhtg ntilMffltlIfl + l I+ l + IIIIh tel + lnik+ +tfttt + k tnt hx FURNISH YOUR HOUSE I have added to my beautiful and complete 1 line ofFurniture that you kup f abpiii a line of Handsome Rugs and Mattings and Carpet JdowA I PRICES RIGHT LEE Cq ART t1- 1CjjlllIillllIlltlI t++ItlJIJtllIIilfilfolUIfl + cwt1 + iuuu1 IIItlJl qllfilllflilll l+ t JVV Jrl 13 latef4DENTISTJOffice over the Postoffice Lady As lst Always Presente f i rhl ARE YQXJ GOING ISO BZ1iimtI- f c 504 wrUe or call on time mid get apltfn ofy9iuiliUSC barn F itorOl1oU 8 eetc lean save you money Qn 1 a11B Spooialatton I off r tlpn given to Onestory Cottages ue f 11frcQJtitie L i IoniEJoxhc3ritvll T id Box 246 rMOtlIceover PMtolllce ISInth Street i f l i I f t1 f wlii tp J r J if it 1 f Y ri l 1 i Af t 4 I J l I JBea EARLI1TON tTH LOCAL NEWS t Op Toy and tiare visiting rol vesat Ilobards t Mi8i3 FrankleStokeslies boon iroatonod with feyor tot Several ays t VV A Slssom attended Quarterly r services at Neb last Sunday Davis the little sort of Mr an Mrg John Ff Hill has been quit Blqk for several days 1 J R Dcnnjl1 P WOoton and J S Toy attended the Quarterly Meotln at Nebo last Saturday Paul M Moore has turned from Beech Haven N J whore he has been with his wife who has been quite dole tMrs Mooro improving at present y dolE G Sebreo was in Earllng Tuesday night and spent Wed tton in Madisonvillo Ho is con fident upon the strongest assurance I that he has the race for the Congros fllonal nomination won Dr Chasten is a widower Mrs Ghatten and the children are away at Orayson Springs enjoying the hoy weather and the cool water wltll- heDoctOr makes the druggists life miserable by writing prescriptions ad Infinitum Wo tiro glad to see our old friend Mr Albef Toombs out again and treat he is improving rapidly Ho will leave Saturday for Tennessee whore jio will spend a month with- friends and relatives Letter List Tho following letters remain un called for in the postofilce at Earl f lngton Ry Aug 21 1000 Almon Harry Hallard Mr Law i renee jBurrus Mr John Boyd Mrs t Driuda Drano Jim Carter Mr Moso Eohols Mr Claud Fykes w Mrs Isaac Franklin Mrs J B Garrot Moso Gonts Sallie House worth J E Hall J H Lacy Miss Bell Maxwell Henry jNooloy Mln ale Passer Huston Hodman LIz t 210 Stale Mrs Ella Simons Jottlo i k Smith Miss Mary Todd Mr Leo Upton D B Vlokery Mr John T ICroft Was Scared Moscow Croft has long prided himself upon his bravery and has s repeatedly announced to tho world that he and fear are strangers to I att lfii Clerei i e UM rl eieattffi w tAI i o icy tkat wJW CAf- n t i tyasea4r Morm fl ordemotia- hoI draws tho lino on cows It I 4 I said that ho Croft was out huntln li for A horso not long ago and wad on = J joying the stillness of tho lovely summer afternoon when a nolso was hoard In the distance and then Crofts hair began to push his hat quiverjan aspen was yet to comp A male cow came bellowing and pawing toward- where the subject of this sketch wa standing Forgetting his reputation for bravery Croft uttered a yell that would have done credit to a Coman cho Indian i and making a leap that would have made an acrobat ashamed of himself ho took to his heels and they say that is first stop was at home 171i1 YFI Makes the food more delicious and wholesome rlOYALBAxma rowotft oo ntw row I Horsed llfr and Nebo country for a hunting and fishing trip to Pond river The party BellgW B Davis With their famllgs They had a good time with the ex caption that Tom Boll lost a horse campFriday JOO Reward 100 The readers of this will be pleased to learn that there is at least hasbeenand that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive euro now fraternitycatarrhease a constitutional treat meat Halls Catarrh Cure is taken theblood theeuptheproprietorshave HundredDollarseuro Sond for testimonials Address FJ CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75o besttDied Mr D A Williams died at his Homo throe miles west of Charleston last Sunday morning at 720 oclock Ho lived an Chrls tan life and had been a member of the Christian church for many yenta He lived to the ripe old ago Of 75 years Interment took place at Christian Privilege near St Charles Dioudaytnrosonceofanutnberof ceased I A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of Annie E of st Philadelphia Pa when she- tonnd that Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption had completely cured hero a hacking r many years life a burden All other ronediesand doctors could give her no but she sayBof this Royal Ouzoit soon abe I w81piititntltit liifr If elwlik e rtjjilhif MjMNiAM Tife imgirbub the one who fosr ofibottle free at St Bernard drug store i ovary bottle guaranteed Born To Rerand Mrs R M Wheat on poundrgirl Mother and child are doing well Plightsh M Higgins Editor Seneca Ills News was afflicted for years I remedlhelpedArnica Salvo Ho writes two purestPiloguaranteedOnlydrug store 1 t11111 10111 111 11111 Build a Home 11 r 0Repair rslAnd AVQ can furnish all orders T on short notice o You Know the Firm We Will Treat You Rjgfe 1jI MBYS PLANING ill t t t t I i11 tN M I tIi t 1 t i tL f t- T J r f cI Irrn 1 k r F BAKING POWDER cMortom Gap News t MonroNS GAp KY August 2L Mrs M Cain and son Frank re turned from Dawson Thursday jjlastMrsJ ti Teilt and son Edwln Nortonvllle visited here Saturday Bay Davis of the country vlsIt his daughter last weekFMrs G Mi very kl1s Improving Miss Ed Blakely of Madisonville ej is vistlng Mrs Taylor Stokes jV G Browning and Abe Martin v- 1were thurt in the mines are improv Ing Brother Dearlng held services at the Christian church three nights last week Reeds circus gave two perform andes here Saturday which were very good Everything passed off pleasantly The show people were perfect ladies and gentlemen and pooplThereandno fakes or gamblers with th show Robbed the 3ravediA startling incident of which Mr Oliver of Philadelphia was the subject is narrated by him os- follows I was in a most dreadful ylow j pain continually in back and sides no weakdayJ given me up Fortunately a friend ato1 Improvement marrobbed the graveof another victim No one should fall to try them Onl 33ernndrugstore rd OWANTEDpenters with tools at once N D pif stAugustrrrt a vs Nihi Ay I achetgrbovoli s 1 solicit the enrollment of pywho are at workby day so that pubschoolMARY J MUKPHEV Call on Toy the Earllngton Pliot grapU r and have your photos inacheap from 25c per dozen up Tho gold standard deelar speeinnity to work Is Mr Bryan d U pending upon the votes of the idle this year aQuestion tilargest In civilized world Your mothers UBt IndpgestionBiliousness or e and they seldom heard of Appen I orHthosystomgested food regulate the action the liver stimulate the nervous a ofud authatEotherSllquidthere is nothing serious the matter with you For sale b St Bernard Drug StoreSDuring the last Democratic admin hIngmanfor reflection Neuralgia Vanished There is no more severe or stub remdy xar ain Dr O = 1LoulsvllleKy fgMorleysved her in five nilnutes and oon effected I bottles at falIlPbeUSDrugst9re Mr Bryau owns a farm but the i- moneyhep 1dfor it wasp earned by sweat of hiS larynx If your brain wont work right and energythatcleansesthebody aildhraln Sold by St Bernard Drugstore A political party that canno sfand by Its predictions will naturally run- waya from its platforms COUGHrtaken with whooping dUgllu writes Mrs yO F Danville III A andTardocO r J i id i r + ti t v t 1l Yf j Meeting at BMrwjey WO have jUt closed a fow days mooting at Barnsley We had two conversions The Lord wits wlfbus in power and I never preached to a better and attentive congregation The vest of behavior was given to mo and on account pf tho warm weather wo closed the meeting until cool weather May Pods riches reoplacid gospel BEV JW LESTKK f Perfect Healthjj the system in perfect or by the occcisional use off Lltts Liver Pills They reg producedor sick headache malaria lilt leanness constipation and Jkih dred diseases an absolute cure JUTPS Liver PILLS f Ohalrman Hanna has not been compelled to Attempt an explana tlon of his Connection with trusts for the e reason that unlike Chairman Jones he Is not a bene flolary of such organizations Consumption Cured Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam will cure any case of consumption if startsItisSpruce Gum Balsam youwill cure tho cough heal the lungs throat alldlsensestending to a coughmpy cost you your life Largo size bottles o 26c and sale by St Bernard Drugstore The election of Bryan would be an endorsement of Goebellsm Red iShlrtism Tammanyism and all those unlawful methods omployed thwartinge orThat Throbbing Headache would quickly leave you If you used ThousYmatchless merit for Sick and No vows Headaches They make pure and nerves and build your health Easy to take Trv Only 25 cents Money back not cured Sold St Bernard drug ore r Iievoted for Bryan in 1890 is be mingquito a common form of in f SSlUCfioSvJ9r the speakers at the RubilcaVmfteS Kansas this t ear i dlf u lieqfMIC In former years wtienftHht IwIshed to gain flesh and rottnduee batlldoe employthe itinlchlldreualson Mondayforweek or ten days with relatives Always strand strietly to Business arnde always attend Strictly to busU DOM Sugarcoated One a dose Sold by Campbell Co Earlington Eld I H Teel of Paducahpassed enting He eats heartily in the hottest weat tar who takes PRICKLY ASH ITTERS It keeps his stomach and bowels in perfect order by St Bernard Drugstore Mrs Joe Buchanan visited rela in Madlsonvlllo Saturday and THE DREAD of people with weak Who suffer stubborn FoleysHonoycures Campbell Co rr wrmrmNrrrrHr ltNll NNMl Bicycle Repairs 81cycleSundnesI and will repair Bicy cles Guns and Pistols In a thorough manner E tiarid promptly and will keep repairs for all on hand EN AUSTIN = Ialb StreeVthtesl of the Railroad rf1N MwWmMmmwmmf I i1l1tJ t tJJjf rtJ t t BARGAINS AT BISHOPS bit trAre you taking advan = take of the end oftheI I ltfljjii + t rIY propositionnotyQursa d 1 71ticIA 11 1 4l op irtjJj biti1ifi l i- 4l1f fi feARE MAKING lIF LOSING PRICESJ Mi MV iiall of our Wash Dress Goods btt III On all of our Orash or Duck Skirts btt I V0fi till of our tarnso 1J yi 4 nbtt = pn all of our Mens Ladies and Ohildrens Slippers yiI I lfi On all of our Mens and Boys Straw Hat 1 tfi On all of our Mens Crush Suits = Jtx= On all of our Ladies Shirt Mists cfi And besides our Remnant Box isdnllof values lJt tfl these times lit tfi bit t SJ uq t frr = The Saving We Are Offering Allows BJ Interest onrHa S v Your MoneyYI i1 1 c 4i iI1 fi fi BISHOP C0yt I 0 WIwe MADISONVILLE KY PHONE 772 = 4a w i ri fi i ii j ir i v TC r Fine Wall Papers At OneThird Less Than r City Prices rr r e iGt t les iqOeC0fGtt011S 1 eI 1 3OO Buggies I f On Exhibition in our Repository All bought islasttsummherbe r L f II r 1 =11 TW J iloret 1Ct untiit1 the i tinterEnrhnoI UIUUO IX UIU rHOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY a l t g Itfi a i Cumberland Telephone E- i and Telegraph Companys ii 4c LOCAL AND LbNGDISTANCE SERVICEMi41 fiIfl Residence 49 Telephones I as low as 1 49 SIOO- Cq = per month flan r uI bit e Business k Mt Telephones = as low ass 150 sP bfa per months lJII WQ place you in communion = 49Lionwith bJ 0 11 r 041 20000000 People rt A fiI op Whotraneaet an enormousr MJ 49 V dally j lJIi fi Br TELEPHONEy0 J op 4l Which Oould not otherwise bit 4 bqdpne = tISubscrIbeOne Tha8ee Per Year 0 i i 4- l Vf e j ir9 fV j tip 0 0 TIE BED KYe l- ArLrNGrUJ1 1 flillW Mi IN ml f They Lcgationers and Other For v i elgners Rescued and Arc t 1 tIi r NowIn Safety f rN 5i 1 THE ENTRYWS OBSTINATELY OPPOSED i- f4r i Tkc U1lle tRI Family Sold to Ilav Ilbtlrcrt to llHlnnKu with the d IImporJnl roopcThe Collapse ol ChJneMo llcoliitnnce nuo to Fall+ S tnreYu Ilood the Country WIL l y ffi Washington Aug ftThe navy de tv paitment last night received this caw a y i t v blegram from Admiral KemcyJ mIWashingtont3 J rC TIen- l Tain dated liSth 10 p in e 4Peliin was captured on August 15 i 43 Foreign legations ore safe Detalla follow shortly Signed REMEY Imperial Family Fled 5Rfondon Aug 18A special dis patch from Shanghai saysliThe al lies entered tfekin August 15tf tisbelieved that Yuan ShiKals troops have gone thence to Shen Si to pro tect the empress who according to i reports received by local officials here with Than the imperial household and the bulk df the army and Boxers left Pekln August 7 for Hsian Fu i NEws AT WASHINGTON LTkouslt Uiinfllclal It naa Received an Authentic Washington Aug 1cout of the gloom of the recent acute crisis conies the cheering information from many sources unofficial but so circum Li stantial and positive as to be gun t erally credited in official quarters the allied armies had reached Tekln and that the Icgationcrs hnd been re lieved Captured and Entered Pckln The allied armies have captured and entered Pelrin in the face of obstinate tresistance and the members of the are safe Official confirmation of the fall of the Chinese capital camo to the United States gov w ernment last night in the shape of two telegrams one from Admiral Bemey and tho other from Consul Fowler at Che Foo The cablegram from Admiral Ilemey came to hand first early in the evening followed very soon after by that from Consul Fowler and the officials realizing the t great public interest in the event a tvldch it was believed had happened in- 1ekin at once made them public Admiral Jlcnjcya dispatch is given above That from Consul Fowler giving important details of the occur rences at the time of tho capture of 6f the city w RJlven out in the sub b i OWllcli11 stntent 3Ttttlie man a irj vlcri Itc-portslesus Che Foo Aug 17 13i lirkJ 1vs of State Washington D i irinnKK nrlmivnl reports thatI 1 y 1irh01 aeked Pekiu east on the 15th jjsstinate resistance Evening Japan ese entered capital with other forces I Immediately surrounded legations Inmates safe Japanese loss over one hundred Chinese 300 Signer FOWLER I From Tang Choa to Pekln Previous information which had been received here showed that the f allied armies took possession of Tung Chow on the 12th instant From that city to Pekln the distance is not very great not more than a dozen milts1 It seems evident therefore that the armies halted for a time at Tung Chow probably for the purpose of giving the rues a rest and to prepare la for the attack on the capital city 1t1 force after w ltlng until the rear of the advancing host should arrive at j he front Possibly also the delay was the result of negotiations inaugurated 1 by the Chinese officials looking to time delivery of the ministers with n Chi Itese or other escort If negotiationssfM were attempted they must have failed ifii M the army continued on its march o zasndattacked the capital three days after reaching Tung Chow I Facts KnofTB at VoBbIneton The officials here were aware of the fact that the stronghold of the Box h erg was in the Chinese city and that theirtin which the legation compounds are t Iqcntcd mean a great loss of life and possibly a defeat It was also known that the imperial troops who have sided with the Boxers were many of them in or near the Chinese city and that much of the artillery anti rifle fire which line been poured into the legations has been from the walla separating the two cities T o Preildeat OverjoyedI 1 The president was overjoyed on hearing the news of the safety of Minister Conger and his associates He has been hopeful all along that the rescue from their perilous position which they have been in JBO long a time would be successfully accom pplished Last nights news confirmed that hope 1 Tfhere China atier ArmamentI BerKn Aug 20 Gciroiaj proiluccd 2 180000 tons of raw susjar duninthe2- Q months ending Jay 31 as against 1620000 tons for the i rcv us 12 Germanys exports of war material c 8150fI 1I16Qf1AH t lan JtlinlatcrSllslitly Wounded i nJn Aug U1Tho Austriann for A ofn pfncejligs received a dispatch an c 31ab the Ai trlm acting a3Alist0rMlCTin Dr Von Uosthorn Is 1 i IWb t I 11 rf i tjfIf tf i ii r t 9-s r KILtED IN SELFDEFENSE To Save lile Own Life aSoaSencb c Mallet Through his PR- tbtr Heart Lincoln Neb Aug 20TnmesM- llur hnm publisher of thVYymorau nt NVyraoro Neb shot killed hit father Capt Collins A tturiilittm ot il9nerjBoth father anti son were Ijdth prom lnent political workcrs In the count la whlchthernstde The killing was in The son gave himsell up to the officers 1 Capt Burnham was a captain In the civil tier and while ii congenial man InItoxlcatcd Many times he had threat ened to kill all the members of hit family Yesterday morning the fa ther came home and made an assault upon the son The father used s butcher knife and after getting his son in a corner was in the act of plunging the knife into his body When there was no other alternative the son drew a revolver and fired o shot which went through Capt Burn hams heart killing him instantly THE DROUGHT IN EANSAS All Previous Cvtlmntei of tho Cora Crop Mast be Materially Modified Kansas City Mo Aug 20Two thirds of Kansas west of the three easternmost tiers of counties is ex periencing one of the most severe droughts in the history of the state and the general opinion is that the Kansas corn crop will be the smallest is proportion to its requirements for feeding that has been made in many years In 1899 it was 225000000 bush els Secretary Coburns report of conditions on August 24 indicated n yield this year of about 145000000 bushels Since then there have been two weeks of hot dry weather which has further materially reduced conditions and the most liberal estimates pi wellinformed men on change do not exceed 100000000 bushels while many place the crop nt not over 75dOO000 bushels The plowing for winter wheat Is delayed by the dried condition of the soil The pastures nredry and stock water in many see thins is scarce CUBA AT THE PARIS SHOW Received One Hundred and Forty Prices Gratitude to President and Cabinet Washington Aug OThe Island of Cuba with her exhibit at the Paris exposition has achieved a notable success The exhibit received 140 prizes The achievement of the isl and was made the subject of a cablegram received yesterday by Secretary of War Root from Senor Que sada in charge of the Cuban exhibit ut the exposition Mr Questulas cablegram follows Tnns Aug IS 1900 Secretary Root Washington Great success Cuba obtains 140 prizes Please convey to president and cabi net Cubas gratitude for interest and support in giving us opportunity to show our resources and progress QUESADA FOUND IN A POOL OF BLOOD Voting Woman neaten to Death by a Hammer In ttte hands of Burglars I New York Aug 20 Catherine Scharf aged 22 was beaten to death with a hummer in her rooms on the second floor of 047 Second avenue hone time between 7 p to and midnight Saturday the body not being found until early yesterday morning Her brother made the discovery when be came home after midnight 3he womans body lay In a pool of blood face downward Nearby on the floor was a bloody hammer and the rooms had been ransacked of every thing of value It is the opinion of the police that a thief entered the house and was surprised in his work by the and that he killed her to prevent Identification AX PLANTBURNED Was Valued at Hundred Thon nand Dollars An Army of Employee Alexandria Ind Aug 20The en tire plant of the Kelly Ax Manufacturing Co valued at 800000 was de strayed by fire lust night It was the largest ax factory in the world em ploying some pight hundred or a thousand mcji when running at full force The company had just enlarged the factory Increasing the output fully onethird Circa Manager Richards Arrested Cass Lake Minn Aug 20 Manager Richards of the circus which caused so much trouble in this neighborhood about a week dgo has been appre headed at Blair web Sheriffs Ram bough and Alexander of Hubbard county have been on the trail ot Richards and Baker for a week and yesterday word was received of the arrest of Richards but that Baker had again eluded them Sheriff Hardy of Cass county has taken prompt measures for the necessary requisi tion papers The New Girinau Cable New York Aug 21Tbe Commer cial Cable Co says Tb cable steam er Anglia laying the now Gorman cable reports at noon Auguct 1 Jhut P71 nautical miles of cable hiivd keen cald b + WIRES WHERE ALL ELSE AIIS- l Best C9azh Stray Tastes OooU IItm- I In time Sold by drunclstir d N i L 1 Ji f jlJ Have YO- UDyspepsia i Are you neoftbe many in whose stomach Dyspepsia is holding high carnival Let us reason together and see how this ever present demon can be banished forever DR CARLSTEDT8GERMAN LIVER POWDERres- tores a natural healthy appetite and relish for food at the sarnetime giving the gastric juice and the other digestive juices the powcrto dissolve and transform everY par wanaurt 9rs lii tide of assimilable food into purcrich- lifegiving nutri ment The Lam ous remedy ie sold byaUdrugritsand- dcatusgcneraUy or by malt receipt of price 25 cents 5 bottles JOQ Mile Osty If TI CARLSTEDTMEDCO ntItleflla O A GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFERS tThe Weekly American the Lcadirig southern Weekly Till OcL 5 IgO I And A Cuus in a 250 Corn Gutsy Contest For Only Ten CtntsWatchtis- Frce v5 1 Send 10 cents to The WeeklyAmer il11boI weekly of tho South till October 5 1900 You can nlso have a guess In tho 250 corn guessing contest Guess number of grains on an aver age size ear of white Indian cBfn I length 8K incises diameter at large end 534 inches in middle 23fincffes at small end 2j inches To the subscriber or subscribers naming ectbey give me than ljdindcdlaced the American National a J unbuskcd and under seal Contest closes August 4 Guesses must be sent in same letter with sub subscriptionsat good watch guaranteed lor twelvemonths and the club raiser can have thirty guesses as well as each sub scriber being allowed a guess We have some great offers for club raisers Send for blanks and copies THE AMERICA Nashville Tenn iLYONSIi 1 i TRADE I 1 on t ts i MARK I I 2 a wyp 1 LAXATIVE i a- ISYRUPINATURES CURE FOR i CONSTIPATION 1 OftiVegetables ithe cure Constipation Biliousness Headache and to dispel Colds and Fevers It drives = jout all ImpurIties of the blood and 1 yourdrugglstI An Ideal rem as adults For sale by druggists at las per bottle N N N NrNNON N For sale by Campbell cC Co jEarlington Ky Ben T Robin son Gap Ky I QUADRUPLETRAGEDY James vWftllace a Wealthy Missour Farmer Killed by Dr Harrinjito- nkin Platte County UTTER THEN KILLED HIS MOTHERIHLA ViOvrrtakeWLilc ISi cnpe5with Itln Daughter 115lN- FatalkVonndcd ShurllT n ham aad was In Turn Shot ThroiiKh the Heart LenVein orth Kas Aug 21A pe cullarly distressing quadruple rug cdy took place yesterday nt Farley f small town across the river in Mis sours Dr Sturley liarritigton a physician of Parley drunk awl hung ining fancied wrongs killed Jumee Wallace his uncle a wealthy farmer Mrs Willtana Wallace Uarringtoui inotherlnlRW and J P Dilllngham sheriff of Platte county who tried to arrest him and was in turn shot dead by Harry Dillingham the sheriffs son Held Up a Clerk in n Store Before he was cornered by the utsthepoint of his revolver rand exchanged shots with the clerk tiring into u crowd of spectators Harringtons 12 yearold daughter was a forced spec tator of the different stages of the tragedy the physician taking her with him in his buggy as lie wont from place to place on his bloody er rand Drove Ilia Wlf front Howe Saturday night Harrington quar reled with his wife and drove her from home threatening her life lIe hnd words with James Wallace over H line fence and had been on a pro tracted spree Shot Ills Uncle Through the Heart Mrs Harrington had not returned home yesterday morning and Har rington repairing to Wallaces home demanded to know where she could be found Wallace professed to have no knowledge of her whereabouts Harrington whipped out a revolver and shot him w in the head and once through time heart Killed IIU MothcrlnLarr Leaving his victim as he lay lIar rington drove half a mile to the home of Mrs William Wallace and again demanded to know of his wife Mrs Wallace answering that she knew nothing of Mrs Harrington the phy sieJan shot her dead before she could make an outcry Bought Ammunition and lllllr Harrington drove immediately to Leaven rtn7aTcfngNj is little girl tTfffrhtm The WaUac were alone and no one gave chase Av Leaven worth Harrington appeared cah3 and collected He purchased some aK tridges for his revolver and a 41 caliber rifle and some ammunition for it remarking to the proprietor as he left I have an order for the car tridges at the store in Farley and as I am going home I might as well take themDemanded Money of 4 ClcrU As Harrington retraced his steps the liquor and thoughts of his crime apparently maddened him Reaching Farley he entered William Wchoen general store and demanded some money of Daniel Cannon the clerk M have only three dollars and can not let you have that said Can nonYes you can for I will pay it back replied Harrington Emptied IIU Uc olver nt a Crowd Cannon still refused and Harring ton drew a revolver and demanded the money There was a dozen men in the store but none made a move to interfere The clerk turned over the money and Harrington started to leave the store As he did so Can non seized a revolver and fired one shot at him It went nmUs and Har rington turning quickly emptied hit revolver in the direction of the crowd None of the shots took effect but they sufficed to keep the people at bay and Harrington sauntered tow ward the door Shot and Killed the Sheriff Sheriff Dillingham and his posse had been following Harrington closely and as the murderer emerged from the store he stood face to face with Instantlyralsedsheriff the ball entering DHllngbam forehead Brought flown by the SfaerHT Son Harringtona moment latcrsteppcd over the body of the dying Sheriff and started to run He had gone but a few blocks when a shot from the re volver of Harry Dilllngham a son of the sheriff brought him to the ground Both Sheriff Dillingham and Harrington died within a few min utes Was Expelled from the SlMMonx vTho cause of the shooting Is said Harringtonahaving sonic lodge of Farely lie was ex polled some time ago and he charges his uncle James Wallace and Daniel Cannon with being instrumental in the proceedings Nothing Insane About This Guthrie Okla Aug 20 Gcronlmo the noted Indian elite recently reported to have become Insane Is it t3 now said about to marry a young girl AVilh n bank account of 4 000 old warlor Is declared to be in hi usual health Irb In Gen Hotlms Camp dispatcfromBothas camp at Dalraanuta hat beet ravaged by fire Most of the tent and a large quantty of stores weri flepfroyorl The fire started during tierce etorra ftN J S- kt 4 f i s t- alJ Vrn t 1 7itf I ir rIMI ra I r- AnI Expensive Tip = is the one which you cut off and Ithrow awayevery time that you = smoke a Five ci arThere i- sa nearlyas much labor in making this rend as all the rest of the cigar and- S yet everyman who buys a cigar cutset it offand throws it away You get = a all you pay for when you smoke Old Virginia Cheroots I Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this r- r year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for scents T lSIIsI I Iu rr r THE BEE EARLINGTON KY a J J 111Jt ONE YEAReONE DOLLAR 1 c fi tf r ItJtt tTttlttr tAdvocate of Countysr ProsperityI 1 For Honest Elections Civil Lib erty and the honor of Kentucky I JJJtJtJtJt JJAkjjkcPaIer Now c Pay the Dollar when McKinley and Roosevelt are Elected 4 Pill Out This Coupon and Nihon to The Bee 1000 ciEDITOR BEE Earlington Ky DEAR SIR Please send me TiiEvBEE one year forlwhich I will pay One Dollar upon the election of ley and Roosevelt J J Signed t 5 I4 t MlbMMNtMr I EARLINBTDN I LI1RARYiSituated depotfurnished 800 VOLUMES i II At the free use and disposal of all who will avail themselves of the I opportunity to visit thq library in e their leisure hours r + H rA All Leading Periodicals and DallyNewspapersjh On file constantly including various J L scientific papers furnishing timely and profitable matter oil mining 1 and oth subjects 1 ALLFREE FOR TIJED ASi iNcLIBRARIAN IN ATTENDANCE roteII MN11 Wp S W si i 11M tailII 4+ s sM 54Mw 1 Subscribe forThe Be i Jf l ro t r 1 p t j W p 1Y THE IBEEEA LIlIGtTON KY t i flame i eepleliTbe lefHl Watktav People who are on the watchror inspectiones fatal It Is of curebutown faults in tact the more con y vinced a man is that his neighbor or ccr1talnbut the tricks of tho envious and the malicious always recoil Upon them t selves Jewish Messenger lnu Music Mu lc heavenly mid holy art thou stirringOhodevotion to a deeper attachment to Deity But thou Last not been Intended to drown Gods word aye and to drown the sweet words of prayers Mu sic should be a help but not what it objectotVoice COmlIIre If lever r II momlnlMthlngiThatThough nobody ever sees them And only tbrdeer Lord cares That they always an done in the light of the ten- would H take raa unawares II noondayTheWh n the glare U white and the air 111tIl1 And the hoob ata wind in the trwtj If my dear Lord hist at noonday And willed in my tired eyes Would it not be sweet Ills look to IIItCU I Would lie take me hy turprlM- If eveningInWhen the world drops off rte mantle 01 daylight like a husk And towers In wonderful beauty And we tail our panda and test Would leis touch of ray hand Ills low com wandring unhoped for test f Why 60 3sic Indqucallodi j He is ever coming to rat Moraine aad noon and evtrJar If I have but eyes to see And the daily load growsllghtees The dally cares grow sweet I The Muter It near the Sfajtcr U here v I have only to tit at fits feet BrltUh WeekltII Confluence In the Churcht Once more tho faith of honest men Isr t governed by confidence In facts and promDr of tho faith must bo fearless as to its basis and Its divine forces Let men ifdoubt It on either point and It has to command them The despite of one honest roan for any trick or- t trade In the tactics of the church man agement to retain Its prestige Is the beginning of its fall before the distrust and discontent of the worlds jury of i common sense Their confidence is not won by emotional efforts anti mys I tic utterances Tho church that falls to show itself as brave In private as Its public speech and as confident of Itself before the mirror and tOO micro scope ns In its own church assemblies They1areyour basis unwilling to faro your own scholars on matters of fact And the people pass on whither Evangelist IIIIo w rrG- fp I 1o are Lw fplaner Take one ounce of the seeds of resolution properly mixed with the oil of good conscience UitS9 UnJJtJLVirB0 spoonful of the balsam ot patleu plantca1find mffifjqartof the garden of life 1 growing under tbe broad leaves of dls itJsh- t Gather a handful of the blossoms rrhope sweeten them properly with a sirup made of the balm of Providence and If you can get any of the seeds of true friendship you will then have thee most valuable medicine that can be ad talitothere is a weed which much resembles It called self interest which will spoil the whole composition Those ingredi eats well mixed aud faithfully taken soon complete the cur Delected I ColderaHolt of atiiels Tender and considerate thoughtful ness of others is one of tOO most val uable of all the Christian graces Gen tleness gentlemttMness gentlewoman Illness note how well tho two go to gather Manliness and gentleness wo maqllncss and gentleness Gentleness is one of the most manly and womanly things in the world A boor may b a- more craven coward by far than the Imost perfect gentleman or lady In T the late war some of the audish regl ments made up of gentlemen did the very best work Christian Stand ard v The Helpful Man Everybody knows the helpful man 4iHe is ready In spirit anus prompt In ae if ion He recognizes the need and ten mess the kindly word and extends aid i e thecasc may require Ho is loved V 1i respected and Honored Preabyterlaa J- b gCqv- Af t l Washing Dish Kitchen cloths must otDUrse be washed dally otherwise they barber gmse and odor tat tecoaaouahMlthyi crochet cdteon In a tqasre of suitable site When you waril them If you Vlll adds taMe Ialo Dint aamg Powder dwaIand airu- Ukine d TIt 1fM b tLiLtrea IILE r ntOllrM r THI Nk rAHBMWK ANY r Okwe vt w New Nles- J N 0 hn L f 4LLINOISCENTRAL RAILROAD OMnterest to Trans portation to Attend the Annual Meeting at Chicago The Board of Directors of the 1111 nols Central Railroad Company at a meeting held JUly 10 190Q adopt ed the Mowing preamble arid reso lutlonUpon the recommendation of the adoptedJulytransportation of stockholders over the Companys lines to Chicago and return at the time of the annual meeting of stockholders was reconsidered and amended so ns to read ns follows ItKSOLVED That until the further order of this there may be itsued to each holder of one or more shares of tho capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as registered on the books of the company ft ticket enabling him or thecompnnslinesContra lUilrond nearest to his or her registered address to Chicago and return for the purpose of attend ofstockholderstho journey to Chicago only during precedIngfor the return journey from Chicago only on tho day of tho meeting and the four days follow- Ing when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours that Is to between 000 a m nnd 600 p minfho office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W Q Bruen In Such tickets registeredholdorofwriting to the President of the Company in Chicago Each application must state the full name and Qsgivcningether With the number and dato of such certificate No more than ono person will be carried free in holding of stock as tho book of the Company order of tho Board of Directors A G HAOICSTAPFY SecretaryIstockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the office of Com go on Wednesday September 26 1000Rt noon For the purpose of TransferBooksof business on September 11 to the morning of September 27 fo Self Sacrificing Love A mother wins her childs love by caring for him by feeding him dress- Ing and caressing him But when in case of sickness the mother sacrifices her rest and comfort by nursing a son such a child will never forget this man ifestation oC a mothers love and will try to repay it Should this mother however In consequence of her sell denying love herself become 111 and die her memory will mover vanish from tho mind of a well disposed child Recently there was a tent fire h a yeg ern cityypTto amor rescued all his hlldren but in doing so he became himself a cripple for life But his chit TheVtotem because they were manifestations of a fathers self sacrificing love Reform Church Messenger A Homely Parable Lots of folks who would ffee to do right think that servin the Lord means ahoadn themselves hoarse pralsfn His name Tow 111 tell you how I look at that Im world heretor Jim Now It Id git routed the house beretcllln what a fellow JJm is an sjncln songs to hIm Id be doln just who of 1t wouldnt suit Jfim an get fired bilght utfL- lint when I hustle dallobgthe hills an BOO that Jims tetieA lnrc all right oa not sufferin for water an feed or been oft the rauge branded by cattle tvesthen IT4 80 vln Jim as be won to t tyyedA Converted Cowboy tn Epls copnt Recorder The eae of Munsnlndedaeaa A disciple turned tnanword In his mind Instead of Godward Is a stum bling block In tho way of Christa hindrance to His purpose The euro bf inaumindcdness is Chrlstheartcd ness The minds look will follow the heartla love Wo are drawn onward and upward to have tho mind of Christ American Friend Horn of Agitation Ideas aio born of agitation They shakenfmomasymptom of death Satisfaction Is often another name for Indifference It a to all future possibility Presbyterian Journal A political party that cannot standby its predictions will naturally run iawaj from its platforms Dust C Cloths Thbystiouldbemadcofktilt aCold t t+ o Stockholdersfree I registeredon Cluiatlansbu MAuHi a ht 8ymptoM of vituted blood If pimples the vldenc licoropiete natures Jolinstonss PtUjuifiiHie vet iIItQ teftyiy wflUotderaflfi the b or severe of thirtypenreper quartbotle Prepared only byraMICHIGAN J1KUO COMPANY Detroit Mink DrubStore MORE CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO COLORADO Ou August 21 and September 4 and 18 tickets from and points east of Missouri River to Denver MamtoujPuobloSalt and return will be sold by tho GlteAT ROCK IS- 1ITe Alil At rate of One RegulafTare P lf S2 kvpound Trip Return Limit Oct 81 1900V V SPECIAL TRAINS One night out to Colorado will leave Chicago at 445 m for these excursions Tickets also good oh regular trains ONLY DIRECT LINE TO COLORADO SPRINGS JND VANITOU Take advantage of these cheap rates and Colorado SlpeepingCarReservations may be now any excursions Write for full information and the beautiful book Colorado the Magnificent sent free CJ D BACON Genl Agt MoJOHN cago Illinois Ctjillil Stock Pilifln Surplus Fund 50000 20000 COMMENCED BUSINESS IN 867 JNO Ce MORTON BANKERThe advantages or aback account are numerous It is not to butlceu men we are tilklnic know all about Itbut to salaried men wage earners and to women Theres sahtyit the bank ji a good one conven leneotthe money always ready and peuysqulnderingsums whep you have a largo sum In your pock- etMADISONVILLE KENTUCKY 17 DrButlsrleMouglirisk ruprou J w n AV A NISBET President 0 W WADDriLCashler HOPKINS COUNTY BANKt 41At1IS2NVilJ f 1t aptal Stack S5OOOO Trnnsactsa general banking busi ness and invites the ncudunb of th counties citizens qf Hopkins and adjoin lB urevault jntekA V1 MBM a sketch and dotalpteen may invar I wetruin our tree whether an Uon au tf nrobablr p tentable Commnnlea Ie 61Mftt1voonlldentlat ioseemngOstmt t tINIeOJde tiron b Atunn k co without ma the 1di fk MeakerK fi- d nandsonTely lw rated Weeklr Iar eetdrt- efilauon otanr eoIerttillO journal Terms Via TIl font 1IIoutbleL 8cl111 byall n1III ea ell m O 361Broadway olqrkntanoh dos- tt r Foley3s fJoaey end Ted fJfiillrNQtQtn n- It t ti s r I hlljj aria Chills allCWi Awiv Af wa v Y afiff f i THE BEST PttisaRIPTiON IS J Tonipy 1 you jcnow just what you are taking when you take Groves Imitators I j rdo not advertise their formula knowing that you would otbur 1 e f cHsjr medicine if you knew what it contained Groves contains J 1t ttr and Quinine put up icorrect proportions and is in n T leieri The Iron act fs a fonicvhilu t e vQAiininc drive t1r tV Jw4nH u tofthe system AnY reliable drufgist will tell yqu chic- J r ficIpthe 0ljflirad and that allotrtrrsocaled Tasteless + t ah Tonics arc imit don r n analysis ofother chilll tonics shew 3 it teat Groves is superior toaUothers Incvcry respect Ycu Zf i are not pcrimentil1gwhen take Grovers4its superiority J and excellence having long been established Groves Js the only Chill Cure sod throughput the entire malarialsections of the United StatesrCure No Ray Price 5ocOt i THE MOST EXCITING CAMPAIGN IN 30 YEARS IS NOW ON- Everybody must have a Dally Paper The Offer OampaignDi from NDW to Nov IS made by THIS LOUISVILLE EVENING PbST BY MAIL ONLY The only unbiased anti impartial daily in the South REGULAR RATES One month SUe Three months 125 Slxlt1onthsq 200 Twelve Months SSOO Send for Sample Copies EVENINOPOSTLouisville f 14Ni fl 1 2 11 rs0NI DOLLAR f VKi less tin a Seat a daY r A L J r x7 Ii I r IllS JORBNIIWLD ot 00 KyQo Woft Q a fwof Pas t i pr fj tt- r 1soEthIi AFrom Now Till i r 9 jl Send Your HiEett I Your Mooe1NOW 1iEt LY 1 B ANNER thS mot itIing5emWbIn thewortd I Manufacturers guar antee that if this Paint is Used to it will outwear any paint on the One Gallon of These Paints Will Com 300 Squir Feet mf See tlt Surface Two ats 0 N r J The matronufir tvbll known Masonic Home mentions one inmates severity years of age wAMVhasbeen in the infirmary for three years a great sufferer from indifj lo4and has been taking Ripans Tab ales about a year and a Half d finds them so beneficial that he is never without them He is Hlih8Jhat his name should be used in a testimonial as it might be of i T rsuading some other person to try thiin A second old giiitlctxh + yin the sane institution eightyfour years of age has had irouhIe for many years and finds that RIA N S help him veyntut1 ey j nurses there one thirty years of age the other fortySWHg anti from indigestion causing headache dcprorsicn of spifJtJithc eusncss They take the Tabules and find them so useful thasn always have a package in their pockets The matron also stt that she is fortyfive years of age and attimes suffers with indigc tion causing pain and paroxysms of hit inn rnds that the Tabules tt arejjry good jndeed t1 r p V lmgto have her name used in aTestimonial rfJA ra v v yLIftIDot1lad Bh1lW 1tlJN walnut bus Mais it bpn and IoJt tar ose- dnsretlef JIo UI walll B1 1mtontlu IDd HIk Q for f ceo- dI1oMInetforCIIIIIba4 re at U7c1n1cMon Team s and on tlloWllI kaUnwalde wM 1- rW to 111 adores I totxardli tat IIPuII tbteam 0010 lb bcttae tit N yon Ir 2 1f JUST PUBIISNED r r of t1lf trtatm 4 4 aMI1UltroE oHte ee t nfr nations arcs 1 were ad are yet twrnd eaaae By nE HUGHES F W SCJIAEFEK and E L WIIIIAMS One Largo Octavo Volume Over 10Q Illustrations Cloth Extra 175ei fly Mail Pott ce PaW Cn Receipt of PrIcet Th1a work Iii the production otthree newspaper men w o have well peperformed their labor Ip an un o blasep knanner giving t rule vivId and truthful account of tho mOst rcrmir1l1blo campaign that ever took i place In this country With a free pen rind a vast fund OJ Volume Incident of o- e and record tho authors havo prodtYed a tasclnatlng facts thate history and at the same tIme a handbook of 9 wm be usedas a boolt of reterentI or years to come e F1rstclaaaAgenta Wanted JFor IDaoccupied Territory Addresa i THE ROBERT CLARKE COMPANY PUBLISHERSl I S Nos t338Ud85 East Foarth Street Clflci ti tf Ohio e ESe CIee A Goat tot Many Colors Met the Requirements of Joseph ofj t 1 But What Your House Requires is TWO COATS oL GrUARANTEEtr t1i + according directions prepared marketr l r fir PREPARED PlINTSA f 1 Lo YALxTX LJlS JRPr aSxi1 1 Stor7I+ r i I h c ti oraJ i 4i p oJ 1i w THE DEE EARUNTtWi KY j ii 1 S n Iit N4Lti q it Jf o + n1 t1WMlw P4 iW J rw F lt1m v SOTIAY SOKOOiL sFair JlllESSDN IX THIRD QUARTER INTER v tcNAIIONAL SERIES AUG 26 ni if Vr tl iText ttt ttUc Icudon John x 130 i Iil IMcmnitr Versed U1tGolclcn Text t John ai li Corumenrnrj Prepared am by the RcV D M StciuriiN- Cbpyrfeht JMO by American Press Asso ctattonl t tt fllUThe pnrable of tho Good Shop s herd He begins with one of Hla 23 OOU I f ble verijys in this gospel It is literaly Yii amen amen reminding us that Ho is UK fAmen the faithful and true witness11 L4 inC Hi 14 ICT ltv vn His I say 1li unto jrou is equal to too Tins earth the t Lord which the Spirit uses so many l hundreds of times in the Etd Tjoatamcnt to ry for the Lord God of the holy propbeta Is none other than the Lon Jesus Christ of the New Testament Rev xxli 010 He contrasts the true shdphcrd with the J false shepherds who are only thievoa nnd robbers In Jer xxlil 1 2 JcU havet1shepherds or pastors who caro more for themselves Than for their flocks Paul n describes them in PhiL 11 21 as Socking their own not the things vdikh are Jesus Christs We are not to seek honor 4 from men nor great things for ourselves but only that He may be magnlfiod inns John v44 Jcr xlv 51b1l io A t believer Is a porson on earth for God re deemed bya great price that be may Ilvp unto God a Pet 1 18 lQ II Cor v 15 In the tabernacle there was bat one entrance and that was by the altar when the blood was shed but then as now there were many who did not like the blood though God had taught and said 2Li tain Gods Sifts in any way but His way are thieves and robbers Hawing obtained r redemption by His blood we are then bet ten attentively to His voice 78 There Js no way to the Father and no way to know tie Father butt f7 through the Lord Jesiw Joki xiv 0 I 8 Math xi 27 When He wiys All that ever came before Me tire thieve and rob r hers He did not mean all who camo i before Him in point of time as Abel t Enoch Noah Abraham etc but the I words before Me have evidently the same meaning as before Mti In Ex xx m 3 and those referred to are such as are Described in Jer xxill 2143 Acts Ttx 0I John iv 3 II John 7 c 0 He is the sacrifice and He is the fitdoorand He is the Shepherd Every q symbol has its fulfillment in Him and He is the substance of every assuranceICompare Him that eoroeth and whos- oevery in John vi S7J iii 10 Rev xxil 17 But notice that to be saved one must enter inns truly as Noah and his fam ily and the creatures entered into the ark Safety is found only Min Christbntbeing in Him it is impossible then tV i perish verses 23 29 and the wlxcrfo dally ute described both here and ja Pa cxxl 8 ns going to and out tofll be a life Of abiding satisfied Per xLc 23 because of the good pnstun even Him iW1ltrorcr and the Ute I bWl 1 thethoTesus 1 Abel and in all men every Him nllir every man is either with Christ i ainst Him Luke xi 23 As there be too entering in to be saved there tmoat bo the possession of Christ to have Hejy12 Every saved soul has life unit with this many are satisfied but the Lord ia not frttisfied for He came to give life I more abundantly Sick people however sick they may be have life but it is very unusual to find a sick person willing to remainso 11 14 I am the Good Shepherd Ho is also the Great Shepherd and the Chief Shepherd Rob xili 20 I Pet v 4 As the Good Shepherd He provides life for us by laying down ills life He laid it down voluntarily no one took it tram Him and He took it again for He had power to M So verses 1718 Ho wast delivered for bur offenses and raised for our justification onlby faith fn RIm wo arc justified and have peace with God Rom iv 25 vI As the Crest Shepherd He works in us the things that are pleasing to God And as thei C Shepherd He will reward us- wihthecrnwn or crowns which He may give UB at ills coming Lube xrv 14 Rev xxll 12 12 13 He who Is only an hireling carcth not for the sheep but only for himself his own safety and his own comfort The hireling is one who has not upon his heart the interests of his master but only that which he can get from the master whom he appears to be serving for service too often but poorly rendered Not Ri ch was David when he rescued part of his fiock from a lion and a bear I Sam xvi I 04 35 Our Lord Jesus never lived to please Himself nor to seek His own will nor His own gory Rom xv 3 John vi 38 vHir CO His life was to do the will of the Father who sent aim1 J5 The father and He were perfectly one and knew and understood each other thoroughly He testified that He did al ways those things that were pleasing to the Father and the Father said of Him This 5s My Beloved Son in whom 1 am well pleased John Till 29 Math iii 17 xrii 5 As the Father loves Him so He Ipves ps and He would have us abide I in His love manifesting it by a willing vucss to lay down our lives for others ns He laid down Hlslifo for us John xv 0 r I John ill 16 10 Them also I must bring Those I other sheep not of Israel but gathered f out of all nations who are to reign with f Him Rev v 0 10 He says He must bring them for every purpose of the Lord shall be performed and these called out Ones shall be a glorious church with I out spot or wrinkle or any such thing Eph v 27 and Israel shall be all right f eous Isa Ix 21 Then there shall be pot r only ume nation In the land with ono rwr lung over nIl Ezek xxxvlj 22 but un der the united government Qt the heap nly and earthly bodies the church and Israel there shall indbod bo one fold and one Shepherd and all the earth filled i wltblIl glory He invites all His rc A deemed ones to share with rom the hon or of gathering out tbeuo other sheep by giving to all notions and to every crpa ture as ag possible the knowledge of Iris salvation which Is so freely given to allwb6hwlU receive Hlwiv If Christians had th xafli zeal for Uie kingdom that l9xafoicljprivtiflv for thpir conntry jr p rna t- F t 1 i t JSN5 W CHRISTI N SBMDEAVbR tTopto For the Week DCBIBHBK Antr SO Comment by aev1JD Doyle TOTia MlnliUrlBi to ChtUt Math XXT Skid In the topicalreference we have a picture of the grand cgnclodlng act nt the several judgments described in this chapter of eschatological discourses It is not a parable though Christ does speak of a shepherd dividing too sheep from the goats but it JB an awful 1301 emn reality notions appear before Christ tar judgnient at tho time at His sxcmd coming These are divided lotto two classes one on his right MnVl the other on his left To one he says Come to the other Depart Tho judgment that determines the place of each is decided by works This is nat ural and necessary Judgment in all epees must bo according to works but Chi lstian works are Inseparable from Christian faith These works were done in Christs name and for Ins sake They were tho result of faith and not good moral works apart from faith These will not save The effi cacy of works depends upon their spir it and motive rather than their oct Yard appearance The only works that will count in tbOday of judgment rill be those that have been the result of faith in Christ It will not be our ministering unto our fellow men but our ministering unto Christ that will he of value In Hiseyca in that daI1 Ministering to Christ ou the right hand of Christ had ministered unto Il1ml They ministered unto Him by ministering unto then fellow men who were in need of help They ted the hungry visited the sick clothed the naked in His name and therefore did It unto Him If Christ were actually on earth haw gladly we would minister to Him But let us see Him m every one about us who needs oorasslstaacc and help Him in helping them 2 Those wino minis tered to Chrtst were amply Rewarded by an abuodant entrance iota heaven No service for Christ goes unreward ed A cup of cold water grain In His name hhs its reward Let us lay up treasures in heaven by mln itertog to suffering needy humanity in thename of Christ 2Fa1luretomlnJster to Christ Those on Christ a left hand to whom He said Depart bad failed jaln later to Him The ijuagment pro nounced presupposes opportunity yet they pleaded ignorance but their excuse was not accepted They had tailed to believe in Christ and to serve Him by serving their fellow men in His name Vffd uternjjl doom was pro r r S H Manager 842 West Math Street Louisville Ky JAMES R LOVE Mann OAPT R G ROUSE Mana ger Palmer House Broad way Paducah Ky OAPT T L LEE Manager Oorper Main and Auction Streets Memphis Tenn A S FORD Manager 827 Upper Second Street Evansville Ind tIt t nounced upon them IiIslItctureof the Judgment ire me1dou emphasizes the Importance of faith in Christ and a life of service for Christ The judgments passed were final and Irrevocable IhcJQo sults of these judgments were eternal Tho word punishment in verse 40 is not annihilation but posltivfl nllsery In this verse endless and boundless life is contrasted with endless and boundless misery The two factBhonq transcendentally glorious the other un Bpcakably awful are revealed details blissful and terrible alike are wisely withheld r TIn ERtVEn MEET1SO V This would bo an opportune Cfor tho1SUbjcct accompanyingthe Judged 3 the grounds ofjjudg anent 4 the Verdicts W mnLE nEADIaosr Math x 3242 O Mark is 41 Luke Ix 48 I Corlxv i 58 JO1IJ Bordley News K Bordley Ky Aug 10VrW- ynn Jr a young man f astir- tttis place has gone to theParlstEx position He will probablypyisit other parts of stay He has traveled Jn everyjState in the UnlollJMrs David Woodard has been on the sick list the past few days e JTheed a great many farmers to out their to bacco sooner than they generally do a Mrs Louisa E Olif t who has been very sick with Intermittent ver the past week Is better fit Wm Lipford of Marshall o is visiting relatives near thls1plce Schools all over this county+ fillI Jiy i4Doctorssay there is a lot of sickness mainly chills and fever j- M lie med dim llsou yrpis JRobtGravesFriday night I He was arrested and n steered the charge before Magistrate Onan at Sturgis Saturday morning end pleaded guilty saying that his tam t II HAIRt0 1 v MtsgTasa Acxtiiuxttheae1lknown dramatic re ler writes us the following letter from her fcesldenceii 20W 15th Street New York City This talented and ver lhutlg lady has made an enviable name for herself on the by her excellent work In support of some of the leading stars besides being noted In I he was by her C w C and art as an adept the pencil She Is Justly of her of hair la to in th6 II ago my hair was noticed more and more the of hair left on the My scalp dry and my hair thin so that Ihad to tho of it Ithen tried hair tonics the of was to my and tho hair stiff and dry roo to try Tho com fort I before I had it along trial was so that Ir to it care to tho room warm Iwould my a of it remain for some time I would then warm anM dry time my hair out soft and silky to the Is and not be it for my YOUR of and or Ctmcuiu t purest of skis cures This at onco hair crusts and dandruff ioothca irritated itching surfaces the hair folllclei the roots with clergy and nourishment and thehair grow upon a sweet when all else falls RUlVOIIDf OF Use for pre And the akin for the of eniili aealH and and the of flUng hair for Tblteatai and toothing red aed toro hand la the form of bath for and or too free the loan of watbea for nletratlre w akoMet and for many aatl eptlo suggest to womea ud ep mothers dud for all the purposes of the toilet bath and I illy were suffering hunger When had two pocket books full of money He placed in jail at Morganfleld family lives in and ifc Baldtfialhe iiiraabCra raidarlnto Illnois I Win RIley and visited Chas M Clift Sunday Mrs Rebecca Bartlett of Mem phis Tenu Is visiting relatives near this place She has a nice fortune worth upwards of a million which be haired nephews of near this literary Circles with penand proud magnificent held which shown accompanying photographSSomo time when brushed I increase comb became grow rapidly clmugo style wearing various effect which make scalp exceedingly tender brittle when I solved COTTCDHA Soxr experienced given great determined continue Taking have shampoo head with strong lather CuncanA SOAr letting with water thoroughly After short ceased coming growing touch GOTICURA SOAP marvellous I would without toilet table SAVE HAIR with shampoos CtrrrctizASoxr 0ghtdrentnge emollient treatment stone falling rctnOvca scales etlnJulatca supplies makes wholesome healthy scalp MILLIONS WOMEN Cxmcciu Boar czelntlTely enthg pntlfrfBc bofintlfylng cleansing scalp Mopping softening rogb nnoylns Irritations chafing oroasatva P4uplraUontn pnrposea which readily themselves eUlly Domry rreptCcztouaafrom searched His Crittenden County wife dollars will place WAsbltol1 St Charles Items There is not as much sickness hero as twb weeks ago UiliY a fluJlmdoa ofMadisonvllle is visiting relatives here The Christian Sunday school will have a picnic here next Friday Mrs T R Flnloy and son Kim mel visited Mortons Gap last Sat urdayMiss Ethel McCulloch of Norton yule IB visiting the family of Mr J H Kennedy of this place Mrs George King and son Paul WWWWWWWWftWWW I Si BERNARD COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED Miners and Shippersof COAL AN D COKE General Office Earlington Kentucky to Branch Offices NEWBOLD OherryStreet WholesaleIt j AgOnts s HUNT BRO Memphis Tennessee I HESSER MILTON Rialto Building St Louis Mo J W BRIDQMAN Room 404 Fisher iiilding Chi cago Ill h t H I 1 vr Zji 4 THE FAMUU5 NOli9CPALJc For sill uses from Earlington Diamond and St Charles V Mines Only Vibrating Screens and Picking Tables t used THE BEST SELECTED COAL IN THE J4t MARKET I RU8HKD OKK fOR BR8RjBURNHR8 RN FllRNGR8- ti WBy buy Highpriced Anthracite calw11eflYou can get STu B RN ARD CRUSHED COKSt fora much less price One v r iVv a SV i nof the Crushed Coke will do the same work as v vf S J i i j t- iiJ one ton of the best Anthracite Coal tYSLr 0 fv ti f AK Wv J J DEALER FCp IT AND SAVE- Iwwwvww MO11EY l tIu rrJ i TWtuHBWrtBIT N-wlfCjHU t PALATABLE Jo 1t Better 1THJOICJ i Excellent General Tonicg AS WELL AS V A Sure Cure for CHILLS And fEVERl IT NEVER FAILS J Just what you need at this season4rt MILD LAXATIVE NERYOUSS OATIVEfi pw SPLENDID TONICi J Guaranteed by your Druggists A i Don t take nny substitute 50c and 100 Bottles I1t1 1 spent a few days in Earlington lafrIweek with relatives j rIiasturned to their homo last Saturday JfMrA contract to thoroughly clean R the Christian Trivllego cemetery f was let to D D Woodruff the low est bidder last Saturday The consideration is 810 and work will bo gin at once Hiram Blow Co or Central OJI1 nearlrWoodruffthis ente1J Us Seine of oi rpeo ratherihancoaJtheir choice r James SlBk went to Dawson c Springs last Saturday evening and f returned on Sunday morning It1g a source of regret to Jims friendft that he persists Jn taking these ex tended trips This is the second oftho kind in less than two years and everybody knows that It takes mon ey to travel nowadays but Jim seem to have reached a point where ho la quite sndlfferent to this fact Wo would not at any time be surprised nt ills going to Princeton Ky JJelmessen ofwenthoron my kidneys and was in very bad shape I tried several advertised medicines with no benefit until I FoleysKidneycured me Campbell Co OUR COLORED CITIZENS J t ST CHARLES Look outfor the big picnic to big 0 given at St Charles Saturday Sep tember 1st Rev J T Martin filled his last Sundayappointment at White Plains Ho will close his conference year with a basket meeting at White Plains next Sunday All are invited The Hopkins County Teachers Institute will be In session all next week in Madisonvijle St Charles will be represented They say thwtProf Jennings haso r a fln ojgarden 6 I Mesdames Sam and John Allen and Miss Bettie Allen visited Mrs Annie Jennings Sunday r Mrs Lucy Ferguson visited in Mc fllravisiting Mrs George Sharp the past week expects to leave for her homot IItbls 1 fsickOur public school will open Sop = x tember 3rd with Prof Jennings asT teacher This Is his third year and heVcwillin the past iii Rev J4W Javie has heeD called to this church for another year r Mrs James A Robinson who hastV t Powderlyed herself as bpingwell pleased with v her trip to that city MrVHTaylor has not qult smiling since the 4th Inst because a very small and beautiful young iYnot boon to St Charles to his mother lately x t J fapfjnetypercreates p areliable 4 U heir to Use IPYurCcugkJusst the MeGllcfne k I lcir Children J hr tiJeluate by rfit ernard Drug Store Poi fs lidneYCutfc s make tf1 i Ir 4- f1 L 4- f t 1f I