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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr i jH T Th iii ft Jf r I THE ADAIR 0 COUNTYt NEWS r k VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA AiJAIft COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAROH i 1900 NUMBER 19 T POCuffFIUE DIRECTORY t i JJtRnssall Postmaster Oflee sours weak days 700 a meta 930 pm 0counrr DIRECTORY r a CinoonCocaT ThreuHesBion a year=Tblrd Mcmday In January third Monday In May and llUrd Monday In September WudgeW nes Commonwealth s AttornsyN H W Aaron SheriffJ W Hurt I Clerk Jno B Coffey rI eachmontho I r JudgcJ W Butler l County Attorney JasGJtnett Jr ClerkT R Stults JailerS H Mitchell Assessor O A Bradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffree School SuptW D Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher JITV COCBT Kegularcourt second Monday in ach month IdgeJ W Atkins ornerGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BonxsviLLK STREET Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a m eveiy Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BUBKSVILIB STBBET Rev J 1 Kilgore pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GRKKSSBUEO STREET Rev E W Barnett frMtcr Services third Sandsy In each month B indayschol every Sabbath at 0 a m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBELISVILLB PIKE Rev Z T Williams Pastor Services second Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC COLOMBIA LODGE No 06 P and A MRegu lar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each month G A KEMP WM T II STOWS Sec1 i I atTsNES c aas Comer Hotel JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor olumbiaKentucky J HIS Hotel is one of the best in this 1 section of the State It is a large cw brick containing tNvcntycight ooms all elegantly furnished Good ample rooms and the table is sup plied with the best provisions the coun try affords Rates very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia KyIJUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0J6SThe above Hotel has been re tted repainted and Is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable rgood sample room Feed stable at liedRIPAURANTBEEL LEBANON K S2 This stand is located near the de pot and meals are furnished at all hours at 25 cents per meal The best eatables the country affords Elegant sitting rooms for ladies COMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0openedTandHolt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table it supplied at nil with the very best the market affords The proprietors are attentive and very poUt to zueUventsample rooms lIassbuilding lg to the e First cln s II very attached to the hotel Terms very teasonablc 1agetVEATTRADEMARK PROTECTION Send model sketch orphoto il tar free examination and advice I EOOK ON PATENTS I seu NoAttysfee cAsHOw cooPatent Lawyers WASHINGTON DC i Dont tako a peek of anyotd kind o- I I to cure a of dieeuo when i A dow of Morleya Little Liver Pills far BilloW PoofHe will cure you while I sleep gar Ctoeadoac b WttBellJppa Ky Y n i Inclined to Brag The SpeaUerof the House of Repre Sentatires of the Kentucky Legislature mounted the rostrum and called the meeting to order with the butt end of Smith j Yrcssonb great work on bill Scientific Ventilation the The Speaker Will the Coroner read the minutes of the preceding meeting mean the Clerk The erkI regret to state thai a gentleman from Breathitt county accIm dently shot off two of my fingers as Iof was holding up my hand to give the barkeeper themystic signal last night and I have been unable to write up the minutes The SpeakerWell it is immaterial The Clerk ca n perhaps inform us whether there have been any vacancies ing on the roll since our last meeting The Clerk I think not but there are several members on the missing list The Speaker Before taking up the business of the day I must request the If gentleman from Laurel county to quit ant firing his gun at the skylights The Gentleman From LaurelI was simply trying to catch the Speakers eye I have a bill here Mr Speaker and to provide a navy for the State of Ken tucky The Speaker Without objection the to bill will be referred to the Committee are on Naval Affairs 1 believe that is the gentleman from Clay county who is waving his bowie knife at the chair The Gentleman From Clay Mr Speaker I wIsh to introduce a bill providing for the equipment of the mem bers of the Legislature with armorpla tedsbirts and the most modern fire 3o armsThe Chair The bill of the gentle J man from Clay is referred with objection to the Committee Cemeter his and State defense The Gentleman from Jefferson=Mr by Chairman I wish to move that the Legislature make an appropriation to provide each member of this body with acopy of the Code of Kentucky the Code of Duello and a history of the Clay county feudalThe Chair The gentlemans motion is referred to the Committee on Education J5c The Sergean tatArms will re move the gentleman from Lincoln county and the gentleman from Bour bon from the hall so they can exercise their guns to better advantage on the innocent bystanders The Gentleman From NelsonMr Speaker I have here an invitation to his honorable house to visit the leading distilleries of my county The Speaker promptlyThe invi tatlon accepted and the House stands adjourned to meet in Nelson county at the earliest possible moment Chicago of InterOcean It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival of the doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called ata drugstore there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in he left word for him to come at once on his return He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough llemedy which he hoped would givgsouie relief until the doctor should arrmlj In a few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the child was much better The druggist Mr Otto Scholz says the family has since recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their neighbors and friends until he has aconstant demand font from that part of the country For sale by M Cravens Democratic rational ConventionI The National Democratic Commit tee having met in the city of Washington on the 22d day of February 1900 has appointed Wednesday the 4th nay of July as the time and chosen the city of Kansas City Wo as the place for holding the National Demo cratic Convention Each State is entitled to a repre sentation therein equal to double the number of its Senators and Represen tatives in the Congress of the United States and each Territory Alaska Indian Territory and the District of Columbia shall have six delegates All Democratic conservative re form citizens of the United States irrespective of past political ass tions and differences who cau unite with us in the effort forpure econom cal and constitutional government and who favor the Republic and op pose the Empire are curdiallynvfed theYconvention 1I OfflcIal call f y 4 yi t ry He Has Plopped i I In his last message President McKinley advocated Irce trade for Porto vileRtco and the chairman of the committee of Ways and Means introduced ain in Congress which provided that ary citizens of the island should be entitled to unrestricted trade with theG United States This didnt suit theG trust baronsand ether pampered Plutocrats As a result Mr McKinley a complete flop and the HouseS Representatives not without coned slderable trouble and by a small majority passed a tariff bill This last action of Congress and the shifting ofou rillposition by the President has created considerable disaffection in the llcan ranks The dissatisfaction rowth out of the subserviency of the President and his following in Congress is beginning to crop out The Chicago TimesHerald a Republican paper warns Mr McKinley and the party that defeat awaits them in November a change is not made in the pres gain policy toward Porto Rico The Indiana Republicans are kicking up their heels and arc outspoken in their to denunciation of the Porto RIcan bille talk of nominating Congressman and Crumpacker for Governor in order to show their approval of his opposition rest the bill Mutterings of discontent heard in other directions George town Times of Hows This ing We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward the for any case of Catarrh tat cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh cure F J CHENEY CO Tole1y OhIoCeWe the undersigned have known F and Cheney for the lastly years and believe him perfectly honorable in all busIneSS transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made their firm WEST t TKATJX Wholesale Drug- gIsts Toledo O WALDIJJG KINNAN is tMAiivni Wholesale Druggists To iedoO Halls Catarrh Cure is taken intern acting directly ti upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Price per bottle Sold by all Druggists ni TestImonials freeIHalls Family Pills arc the best Strength of Both Sides on As to the situation in South Africa the facts are that The British government now has 269000 soldiers in the Boer country These forces are widelydistributed and concentration owing td the possibilities o f outbreaks among the blacks and revolts among the whItes- is largely impossible That thcjlowcr all English soldiery is at the front ed ready to do or die is conceded on all handsTo oppose this force the Boers according to official estimates of the hostile London war office have 65000 men inclusive of losses through the war The Boer army is recruited wholly of men taken recently from the peaceful walks of civil life and outside the leaders scarcely a corporals guard of the brave burghers can distinguish er a mlllilary maneuver from a toboggan slide The magnificent showing the Boers have so far made is due to the innate courage of the AfrI canders together with the clllclency of their commanders Were the scenes of millitary opera tlous transferred to the United States the struggle could be typified by a battle in tile Allaghany mountains with a territory larger than that em braced between the Allaghaules and Rockies to be covered by the com batants Oil the whole the chances of war are largely on the side of the BrItishbut not nearly so much so as in the Revolutionary struggle when the thirteen original States yanked the caudal appendage of the lion lIe Fooled The Surgeons AIL doctors told Ue iIcl Hamilton of West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months from Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation wasper formed but he cured himself with Bticklcus Arnica Salve the best in the World Surest Pile cure on earth 25c a bus atT E Paulls Drug Store Millard Hughes a young man from Whites Station 31ndsi n county was shot io death Ina disreputable r wrtI near East Hcrnstadt Ky Saturday night Lenard Smallwood and Vam- pGraare amused and they with Smallwood father andIstter are in jell atLkm vlv A i r X it l L J RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT At a regular meeting of Grady Lodge No 251 which met their hall in Gradyville Febru the 10th A D 1900 PC McCaffreo W M appointed pros P Dilliou VM Wilmor and T Flowers a committee to draft resolutions of condolence on the death of the son of Bro ArchT Said committee report the following Whereas It has pleased Almighty God to visit tho home of beloved brother Arch T Sher and taken off the stage of action his loved son Jo Sherrill be it Resolved That wo extent our heartfelt sympathy to our bereaved brother and all other members- of his household in their hours of bereavement We believe the familys loss is Joe8 everlasting and that with Christ he now reigns 2d That we ask Bro Sherrill look with us to the blood stain cross of Jesus for consolation ever cling to his blessed promises May Gods blessing over and abide with our dear brother and may Gods death dealing hand remind all brother Masons their needful loyalty to each other and that we too are neglect the preparation for crossing dark river of death 3d The committee respectful ask the Adair County News and- olumbia Spectator to publish the above in their respective papers obligeG DILLON W M WILMORE Com G T FrowERs TAHPICO Mr Bob Noe of Green county visiting his parents near this placeMiss Mattie Carter of Middle boro Ky is visiting friends andC relatives in this neighborhood Miss Mattio Nail is getting along with her school at this MistS Pearl Sullivan was visiting Robinsons creek Saturday and SundayMr Romine will start for Illinois this week where he expects to spend the rest of this yearMr and Mrs Henry Carroll gave the young people of this neighborhood a social Saturday night that was very much enjoy Those present wore Misses Hattie Noe Alice Click Ermine Romiuo Ollie Noe Annie Stubbs Myrt Johnson Ida Griffin Hal lie Romine and Mattie Null Messrs Bob Sublette Alexander Chewn ing Omer Stubbs W R Johnson Henry Griffin W T Earner Mel vin Romine John Noe Lester Martin j Bob Noe Nin Noe Wal ter Martin Click Sum Cof Jim Hair and John Romiue AVhats Your Face Worth Sometimes a fortune but never if you have a sallow complexion a Jaundiced look moth patches and blotches- on the sknall signs of liver trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Cheeks Rich Complexion Only 25 cents at T E Paulls Drug Store Did Not Say It Arthur Sewall whowas Democratic candidate for Vice President in 1893 paid his respects- to President McKinley a few dugs ago Mr Sewall has been to Haw aii on his way to the Philippines but was prevented from continu ing the journey by the plague out break He denied a recent inter view in which he was quoted as forecasting the defeat of the Dem erotic party this yearIII did not say anything of that kiid without qualification Mr SOt all snidc I believe in expansion in a certain way I believe in keeping Porto Rico and Hawaii and axtencliiig to them every law of the United Stftcs Make them territory of this country without discrimination as to tariff or other laws I also want to keep the Philippines butt think we should ultimately establish a repliblic there witlroHrprt U tiou exteud edoveritf V X V r 4 j STATE NEWS The tuxpayers of Kentucky will be brought to realize that bayonet rule comes high The Baptist of Mayfield will erect a new church Rev J S Meredith rector of the Episcopal church at Paris has received a call to Covington The Young Peoples Society of to Christian Endeavor in Kentucky was held at Versailles this week Rev Donald McDonald of Dan is villo has been called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church of Richmond The General Association of Kentucky Baptist will hold itsanext session in May in the Third Baptist Church at Owensboro v Ashland has free mail delivery Bodge Barker was drowned in Bell county while floating a raft over a mill dam John Field accidently shot him self at his home near Sharpsburg He may die Mrs Henry Brown of Rowan county fainted and fell into the fire and was badly burned Two members of the Pleasure villa militia company just re turned from Frankfort are down with smallpox Gen W S Taylor of Frank fort attended the funeral of his brother who died in Butler coun a ty Miss Emma Kelloy of Madison county was severely burned by her clothes catching fire while standing in front of an open grate Joseph Scobee a prominent is young farmer of Henry county shot and fatally wounded himself because of despondency over ill health and business reverses In Bell county Solomon Hen drickson aged sixty years whose eyes are defective while out tur key hunting on Pine mountain accidentally shot his aged brother Gillis Hendrickson and seriously injured him At Owensboro Sam Gould aged seventeen white and Charles Ir vin aged twelve colored entered a plea of guilty to breaking into and robbing three stores one resi dence and a blacksmith andI were held over to the grand juryI John Lewis Howard died at MidI dlesborough a few days ago before he expired reiterated the I statement that he killed his fath er at the solicitation of his moth er The boy was 10 years old at the time of the alleged crime Alvin Hart a young farmer or of near Demosslille Peudletou county while on a visited to his father near Concord suicided by shooting himself Ho leaves a wife and three small children The latter have boon ill with diph theria and the worry incident thereto is assigned as the cause for the act- Lieut John B Galleher of Lou isville battalion Adjutant of the Fortieth volunteer infantry was killed in an action with insurgents in Southern Luzon The battal ion met the enemy inn rico field and tho tight lasted forty minutes In all four Americans wern killed and five wounded The insurgents left sixtyfour dead which the- o Americans buried any many wounedMrs C A Wilson of Jessamine county is only 88 years old and is the mother of 11 children She has just given birth to her second set of twins Jtirtiea McGuire of Rockeastlo who line just rounded out a century has 12 children 100 grand children and between 400 and 500 greatgrandchildrenAt d Bartlett was acquitted on examining trial of the charge of killing and burn ing his wife Immediately after ter his acquittal Bowen Claunch a negro was arrested on the chargo G E Hancock baste ired from the OOrbjPCpus because he and WBi Hudson could not agree onl thVliqnbr question the latter fa YdrijBgJDp n saloons inCorbiiK v 0 I i WANTED 7 Reliable man for Manager of Branch OGJee I wish to open In this vicinity Good opening for an energetic sober man Kindly mention this paper when writing A T MOKUIS Cincinnati Ohio 1IllustratedThe Kentucky Sonata by a unanor imous vote adopted the Welch hill We prevent the sale of cocaine except tires when labelled poison and bolts on physicians prescription This expected to check the use of the NevrJy drug as a stimulant among negroes and low white people My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months She was 523 by two physicians who aMast pronounced her case hopeless She procured one 25 cent bottle of Cham 11 IRemedymanent relief I take pleasure in rec ommendfng It as the bes on the mar ketMrs F E WATSON Aiken Ala Sold by M Cravens nLum Lester of Williomsburg State Inspector under Bradley uooa table tells the Enquirer that he believes that Caleb Powers Chas Finley and Walter Day will be indicted on the conspiracy claim for the murder of Gov Goebel We have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home We keep bottle open all the time and when ever any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use the cough Remedy and as a result we never have It to send away for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough Remedy never fails to cure It certainly a medicine of great merit and worthD S MEAUKLE General Merchant and Farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by M CraTn vensA bill passed the Kentucky Sen ate making a third conviction for carrying concealed weapons a pen itentiary offense Most lIt quantity Best in Quality Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron is a and tonic a blood purifier and a blood ma ker It does not stop with merely curing certain diseases like scrofula S sores abcesses etc but cleanses and builds up the whole system All who have tried it say there is more euro in bottle of Slorlcys Sarsaparilla and lone than in six of any other kind by W M Bell Joppa Ky Near Pittsburg Ky Ed Frieze was fatally stabbed by an unknownman whom he met and accosted on the railroad track Saturday nightn The Texas Republican Convention which meets at Waco tomorrow may ItioualCongressional district convention in the State have resulted in a split Neuralgia Banished There is no more severe or stubborn pain than neuralgia A remedy tha will cure it will cure any pain Dr fflS Stivers dentist Louisville Ky says My wife suffered over two years from very severe neuralgia which several physicians failed to relieve I then got Morleys Wonderful Eight which relieved her in five mIn- utes IIand soon effected a permanent cure Free trial bottles at W M Bell Joppa Ky The Louisville business men who went to Havana to look into the prospects of developing business in Cub have returned They wero not so well pleased as they expected to be wit the business outlookADaultoi toms A Robber J R Garrison Cashier of the bank Thornvllle Ohio had been robbe dnnvnt of health by a serious lung trouble un til he tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Then he wrote It is the best medicine I ever used for a severe cold or a bad case of lung troub le I always keep a bottle on hind n Dont suffer with Coughs Colds o r any Tnroat Chest or Lung troubltvhenyou can be cured GO easily 50c and 8100 Trial bottles free at- E T Paulls Drugstore Six persons wore burned to death and three badly injured in a lodging hboee lire OQtbe Bowery laNewYork a Sundayya rc h l y JoJ EPQI f Blacksmiths + AN D VvoodVVorkers Columbia Ky are prepared to do all kinds in our line and if you need re pairing done on your Wagons Buggies Farm Implements remember ut keep for sale wagon and buggy rims spokes and all kinds or Our prices sire right and satis faction guaranteed Give us a call Fumllbedmtrlcan Plan tLCG Per Day 3lic Sweaters 3otcf MEALS 25c W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flgr Hotel W M WHMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky aro HERE is no better place to stag than at the aboved named hotel sample rooms and a firstclass Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached GORDON MONTGOMERY l QjYfhjwU1t 5 ili1a COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adairand adjoining counties Collections a specialty iSSTOflice up stairs over Paulls drugstore L t 9c JJrmN l r DEN TITA- LL n WORK NEATLY BONK SIECIAI ATTENTION G1V JN TO PREVENT ING IRREGULAR TUETH AND TO SAVING OK TUB ATUKAL TEETH OFFICE TUTT BUILDING DR M 0 SALLEE 4taCareful attention given to me chanical and prostboHe dentisur dental surgery 2 OFFICE Over Hughes Coffey Hunter COIJlnHnL KY Hart Hardware Go t LOUISVILLE KY c Your trade in Solicited and Satin faction Guaranteed by W S HILLfCAMPBELL VILLE RY jl HKLL r TINNI- ERColumbia Ky AM PREP V KE i TO DO ROOF- ing Guttering Spouting or uny kind of work done bYl finstclass timer I ass lol the galvanized gutteringwith puteut wire hang ers Satisfaction guaranteed Sell the best i tChurn en the Market EdNext door to W L Walkers MnaUfe Insurance Go r aOF t s s hHARTFORD CONN CHAnTER D 1840 Y- ssets a4GGOGGO Surplus 800000 0 i The Aetna will write you a 15Pa Life Policy for the same ora le rate than other tin lasiCOmlahic will write you a 20 Payment Lit Policy thereby guaranteeing to say you 5 lull premiums and Lyearsin tin Dn the baslaof equal cost the JETIf GTJTAEANTEES more insurance greater extensions greater cash anc J loan values and greater paidup va at the end of equal periods of Urrc han any other company 3- Y Policies absolutely Incontestable af i ter one year Nonforfcitable after r two years on limited pay policies fclaFor further infornaticm call ML Nt l8tW D JONES A jcrlilmlanKy r i jI ti tt w 1y t 1 yj Ii tf 4 7 HH ADAIR COUNTY NBW8r Published Every Wednesday BY THE Ada r ounty News 60 I COJUOHATED OC1Iti17Ovnr U ravens drugstore corner Jialttio qurr and Campbellville Pike A Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter ests of the city ofCulumbta and the people o1 Adair anil adjacent counties Entered at tbo Columbia Postofficoas second class mail matter SVBSCRI1W N RATS ONE YUAR tlCO SIX MONTHS 60c STRICTLY IN ADVANCE 1 CHAS S IIt RIB Editor DV2WTISr11 RATS LocI otces ten cents Per line for first in- sortlon andiQvc cents per line for each subse quent insertion DISPLAY ADS I tipace Inch I 3 lucltus lnchea 4 inches II Inches 1 ColCol i Col I prkj rA 1001 151 O 310 JU 000 IJlol IO a2000 600 1100- 1200 13Jlo1 100 400 500 GO- I 00 IS or 240 6 Mo 3 ggl- hOOI 70 0 000 i 00 1 Yr i 503 i1g 00 Sc 00 00 0 0 There will be no departure from these rates Ruder any circumstances WEDNESDAY MAR 14 Sundays CourierJournal Two more of tho men who are charged with being accessories to the mmI der of William Goebol are under arrest Caleb Powers and John Davis were Caught last night at Lexington while attempting to make their way to the mountains whero they expected protection from the officers of tho law Pow ers and Davis were concealed n11t day in one of tho State buildings at Frankfort to which the officers armed with warrants of arrest were refused admission the sol Biers frankly stating that they were acting under Taylors orders At night the two fugitives were disguised as soldiers and made a dash for the eastbound Chesapeake and Ohio train which they board ed accompanied by twentylive Boldics who were to see them safe r ly lodged in London At Lexing ton the Chief of Police of that city and the Sheriff of Fayctte riicoturty backed by a strong posse the jtrain and seized Pow ers Davis and thb oflicer in command of the protecting squad and dragged them from the train Tlioy worn put in jail at Lexing ton hut may he removed to Louisville Doth Powers and Davis had pardons in advance from Wj S Taylor Culton und Vhittaker two other suspects have boon removed to the Louisville juil A warrant is out for Chaley Fin ley but he has left Williamsburg t1 Tho jail at Lexington is guard ed by soldiers who obey Governor Beckhains orders SOthorarrests will follow J Loxinatonblow across the hoad from a policeman c The decis Of jndge Field on the consolidated injunction cases r ejecting the contest for Governor r was rendered Saturday It was wholly in favor of the Democrats t The Judge held the action of the Legislature on a contest for Gov ernor and L5ut Governor was fli gal and not subject to review by T the courts S o- place take it that it is not out of for a Democratic paper to ottera suggestion to tho Republi cans of the Eleventh Congressional District In a few weeks their r State Convention will meet and t solectStste and District delegatess to the National Convention Th convention should send their best men and we suggest that t- htL Eleventh District confer the hon or upon Jt IrJ O Russell of Adair and Judge Dell Rose of WhitleViThoy are both men ef honorable characters and their party would make no mistake in a 1 a 1 henisiv t I1- The r prospects are brightning ev= ery day for a great Democratic victory in November he The docket for the April term of the Kentucky Court of Appeals will close the 20th of this month The delegates atlarge from the State of Georgia to the National Republican Convention are somep what cloudy Three out C four are negroes Harlan Whittaker charged with murdering Gov Goebel was given is an examining trial at Frankfort last Tuesday and held without us bail There are others Why has YoS Taylor selected the small town of London for a depository of the munitions of war the massing ofthe State troops and likely his future home John W Kremer who murder ed his wife in Louisville a few years ago and was given a life sentence suicided in the Frankfort penitentiary last Wednesday by cutting his throat er ic The Democrats of this State are donating cheerfully to the Goebel Monument Fund Tho ladies are of active in many counties and a large sum has already been report is ed through their efforts The McChord Railroad Bill is now a law It passed in the House Itby n vote of 50 to 42 and has been signed by Gov Beckham Two Democrats voted against the measure Messrs Armstrong and Klair McKinley is losing out and Bryan is going to the front The Indiana Republicans are at outs with the President and are push ing tho claims of Harrison It looks now like the electoral vote Indiana will go to the Demo crats The CourierJournal makes the statement that it will support the ticket nominated at Kansas City It further declares that if Mr Bryan carries the States he did in 06 he will bo elected It is almost certain that the Republicans will lose Kentucky and Indiana It is not because Mr Goebels mone ument to memory that free will offerings are being taken up over the State It is because he was a real man and a statesman g whose last words were Tell my ijloyalpie Xo man living or dead ever I uttered a grander sentiment The Goebel Reward Commission j organized last Thursday an A fixed the rewards which are to be paid out of the 100000 appropriation They offer 5000 for the arrast and conviction of erAth accessory or principal with the provision that if the number shall exceed ten the rewards shall be prorated from 50000V Judge Jo Lewis i the Chaimjnn of the Board Asocial from Frankfort pub lisled in last Thursdays Louis i villo Post says Although it can not bo confirmed the report is persistently circulated that somebody has confessed to damaging knowledge of tho Goebel murder i It is impossible to get at the ex j act facts but everybody Is repeat it and it is generally believed there is something in the rumor The Spectator in its cast issue denies the statement made in our last paper in regard to our asset tion that tho citizens of this coun ty do not indorse the actions of WS Taylor Tho resolutions printed in tho Spectator sometime ago purporting to express the prevailing sentiment of the people of this county were theI product of a small gathering of Republicans of this town If anyI attempt or invitation was made to the public irrespective of party to participate in the deliberations of said meeting it did not reach us and tho truth the whole truth is that said resolutions merely sentimenteiand not Democratic and besidesI theeentire actions of W S Taylor No reference was made in regard to the asembling and keeping inj the Executive building a large number of desperate men armed with deadly weapons and nothing wasrfaidin regard to Taylor driv JBg the Legislature from put jOahi j ITheseis is morally responsible for them countyindorse pAsattacking us we have this to say publisherhasoffice in Washington D and Mr J C Strange stands announced merely as its business fknownfor said publication to announce its editor and then he could meetr in the open field If the Spec tator does not wish to put up the name of its editor or if it depends for its edilorial matter from the freewill offerings of the BIG FOUR we will not therefore cavil with it We are often asked What will the CourierJournal do in the com ing Presidential campaign la order to satisfy many who do not read the Courier Journal and who have been holding off to see wheth it would support tho Democrat ticket before subscribing we cheerfully give a few of the closing sentences of a long editorial that paper of the 8tb instant As far as the Courier Journal concerned the Republicans and ourselves are quits They owe us nothing and we owe them nothing They never dW and we never did was not to help them that we made the break in 1896 but toI save the Democratic party It was our honest opinion that t ho Palmer and Buckuer ticket wouJd get from a million to a million and a half of votes that these would form the nucleus of a reor gaimatiou of the party after the defeat of the men who had runaway with its principles at the Chicago convention and that historic Democracy would thus be rescured from the modern theories of Populism and Socialism which had taVeu momentary possession- of it In this we were mistaken The rosult contradicted our theoI rYeIt was a good theory but it lost just as the fusion movement back of Mr Bryan was a good fu sion though it lost To make a long story short the Democratic partj of the United States stands to dry in the front of its old his toric enemy j the few seeking to lord it over the many j the sleek gemtlemen in the back office with the rufllcd shirts and the watch fobs poking in the eye and saying to one another What is the Constitution as amongst friends Among Democratsreal Demo crats that issue constitutes un irrepressible conflict and whenever a man calling himself a Democrat equivocates about it ha is a humbug slid wants an of fice The Democratic party will be found tolerably solid behind Mr Bryan in the coming election If he can keep the outside vote h got in 1890 he will be elected The money question practically lout of the way no Democrat who i3 a Democrat is going to balk in front of any platform the men in possession of tho machinery of the party may think it best for them to adopt q1hey have their own peculiar following to lookafter We shall question neither their right to lay down tho law nor the law ae they may lay it down bu shall support the ticket Even as a choice of evils which this far in advance wo by no means concede it to impendwe shall prefer it to any ticket or any platform the Republicans can put in the fieldJ for now as ever the Republican party is an aggregation of all that is despotic and corrupt in our political autonomy the creature of the overreaching chartered comI panies the tool of the rascally Trusts anda mere opportunist who right by chance in 1890 on a single paramount issue is wrong today in spirit and in fact on ev cry living issue that strikes home to the business and bosoms of the peopleIf above is not satisfactory to the most exacting Democrat then we do not understand what more could be expected or asked The CJ has doubtless tired in trying to save the party and real ides that Democracy in its worst form is even better than modern Republicanism We do not doubt the CJ and realize that its power will be great in the election next fall Ttllf Kentucky Legislature ads eurnedyesferday I The McKinley Administration wrecking itself on the craggy snags of favoritism Hawaii has been given free trade with the mainland while Porto Rico must 15tZtf tax to admit her goods says that it is right totax Kentuckians for the privilege to sell their mules in Georgia and allots Tennesseeans to sell theirs in the same State free from tax Who says that it is right to admit the products of Hawaii free and Porto Rico to pay a tax being territories of the U S- It is a discrimination of the kind with no excuse what ever to offer but to solidify the eastern auxiliary McKinley forces but while this may be done it will impress the whole country that doubleminded man is unstable in all his wnysthat the present party should be retired FONTHILL L I Butcher who was seriously hurt uvo weeks ago by the roof of a smokehouse falling in on him is now going about Seth Wade bought a seven yearold mare from R P Smith for SCO W A Wilson sold the farm on which he lives containing 118 acres for 100 toDS Wade B G B Foley and a Miss Foley of near Kings Mountain were married last week Last week little Walter Wade told his mother that he wished he had been two boys instead of one Why said his mother Saidhe Then Id send the other boy to do whatever you told me to do Mrs A J Shackelford of Gilpin is visiting her mother Mrs Polly Pass moreSylvester fleece and his lovely part ner the honey moon being over have moved to his fathers farm on GooseI CreekMisses Lola and Hester Wade have just returned from a long visit to their aunt Rhoda Short at Yosemite Ky Mr and Mrs A A Gadberry visited James Hammond Royalton last Sat urday and Sunday Thomos Richards and F M Wade left for Indiana last week Martin Wjlkerson and Miss Margaret Foley have recently married D C Hopper has been attending school for some time at Lexington Not being satisfied without his family has returned and taken them to Lex ington QREENSBURQ The stave industry is almost at a stand still A protracted meeting is being con ducted at the M E Church by Rev CrandallW Vaughan who has been confined to his room for some weeks is im proving slowly Supt J N Lee is repairing his dwell ing house which he purchased of Tay lor Mitchell and will be ready to mov soonThe foundation for the business house to be ocupied by Durham Bros is now complete Owing to the condi tion of the roads but little of the lum ber Is on the yard and It will be some time before the house is completed Messrs Alonzo King Li W Coakley thee The roads leading from town are al most impassable for vehicles and bu few wagons are seen upon the streets The country people seem anxious for a change in our road system and ap present would subscribe liberally for better roads The fiscal court of the coun ty has had the question of good roads under advisement for twelve months but as yet no report has been made The only step yet made is to construct a wire bridge across Pit wastacross river and about one hundred and fifty miles of pike in the county Woodson Lewis has entered the stave business with A K Workman and is now on Cumberland river receiving and shipping staves Mr Lewis mercan tile business is being looked after by Messrs Pal Joe Taylor and U GI HamiltonThe of this town and county have organized to raise money for the Goebel Monument Fund Miss Mary Marshall of this city is chairman with committees In each voting precinct injthe county The committee is ing with greater success than was an ticipatedCircuit court will convene here the 19th of this month There w ill be but very little business in court Our appearance docket is less than itbas been for some time and as most all the criminal cases for last term were disposed of there will be but little criminal business before the court Last week Creed Chaudoin shot Jodie Stearman It is reported that Stear man was advancing on Chaudoin with a pistol drawn when he was shot The shootIng took place in Taylor county near the Green county line Chaudoin was released on a 300 bond Always attend strictly to Budneee lWplanJlodeysthey always attend MMy tofedsew SHgareoated e adune Sold bj W M Belt Joppa Xy f 11 vi Y Kentucky Sauirrel No 47l By Red Squirrel he by Black Squirrel Will make thcpresentseason at Barbee S Grissoms livery stable Columbia and will serve mares for the low sum of 1000 to insure a living colt Money due when colt Is foaled or mare traded or removed DESCRIPTIONKentucky Squirrel was foaled in 1887 is abrown 151 hands and is rich and fashionably bred We throughKentuckyKy for 1900 lIe is a perfect model a horse of wonderful endurance and a very superior actor He has proven him self a number one breeder S T IIarbisonof Lexington recently sold a mare sired byhim for 600 It you want a horse that is large enough tine enough and does enough breed to Kentucky Squirrel COFFFY BROS Columbia Kentucky To Cure A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refunded the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature on every box 25- cStrayed or Stolen A yellow shepherd dog White in breast and on nose and face Heavy coat of hair and good size Please noti fy Mrs M J Holladay Columbia Silver King Jr STANDARD NO 713 N S R This beautiful bay stallion was sired by Silver KinK Sr he by Hubbles On Time dam Lady Mounts by Cabells FlrstdambyLlmberJimesecond Old Drennon third thorough bred SILVER KING JR Is as richly shred as any combined horse that ever entered Adair county is 1C hands high and and a perfect mod el His disposition can not be sur passed and taking all qualities into consideration there are only a few horses in the country his equal This fine horse will make the season of 1000 oftEppersons mill and one mile cast of Joppa at the extreme low price of 8500 to insure a living colt If mare Is traded before colt is foaled money is due My jack Wade Hampton will b permitted to serve mares at the same place for 8500 to insure a li colt Description and PedigreeWad- Hampton P is an Iron grey 141 hands 7 years old and guaranteed to be a su perb breeder He wasSired by Cissells Jack he by Imported Mammoth Dam by Grundys Old Duke Mr H H Collins a wellknown mule man of Tay lor county says I saw ten of the above named Jacks colts sold at L B Spurlings sale and I consider them far above tfib average of mules of the country C G JEFFt IES is BURKSVILLE L J KirkpatrIck has bought D W Whites farm in Salt Lick Bend bay lug 81600 Miss Cora Stockton daughter of Robt Stockton of near Arat died a few days ago of consumption al bMrnear Leslie is dead John L Strange has removed to this place from Bowling Green where lieH has been living for sometime holding- a railroad position Frank Baker of this place is sick at Celina Tenn Harvey Moore of Tenn is visiting relatives in Salt Lick Bend Burksville has been selected for the location of the new Methodist Train ing School The committee requests the town to donate 10000 which has already been subscribed Mrs Laura S Williams is teaching at Fiat Rook JiMBfBlp13W18 Io a pri ilOttw Lula Est 0000000000 00000000000000 I o Must Go i Ness0- 0Ti1eY than 50 Cents to the Dol 0 01at We Propose to Close 0fLne- w jps Q Boys Wool Hats ttl5c o Boys Caps 5c Three Spools Black Thread5c One lot Corsets 25c o One Lot Button Shoes 50c o Work Jackets 15c Work Shirts 15 to 25c z One lot Ribbon 3 inches wide 2c per yd haanShoes whelo stock Soc 0 Two Papers New Garden Seed 5c Big lot liens Boys and Childrens Winter ClothEr ing at cost We have a full line of Ladies 0 Goods that we will sell cheap Miss Mary Dressi charge of this department and will take showing you the goodsr also handle 0 0 Qaeensmaf e Hatdtuai e Haness Hot se Collars and in fact everything kept in a firstclass store+ Give us a call we will treat you right 6 f 04ug1es90 oo Qo ooeooo g00s eo e 0000 French is teaching one at Neeleys FerryMr Jesse C Heard of this county who has been in bad health for several wasefor years one of the most competent teachers in the county A new hotel will probably be built here soon by a stock company It Is to be situated where the Burksville Ho tel now stands Capt Tom Allen of Waterview announces that he will be a candidate before the Democratic convention for the nomination for county court clerk There Is a tide in the river and the logmen are taking their logs to mar ket Miss Ruble Butler Salt Lick Bend visiting at Marrowbone Wm Smith the Leslie Merchant is erecting a new large and capacious storehouse T S Scott will be a candidate for delegate to the Republican National Convention fron the 11th Congression District As Mr Scott has the of the powers that be he Iilcly be selected J M flame will be a candidate for Republican nomination for SilerHfI e will run in oppositionlo the that has been naming the Republican candidates for years Mrs Bettie Paye left a few days ago for Washington where she will join her husband and from whence they will go to the KlOndyke DMcComaswiU return In a few days from Alabama where lie has been buying sand selling horses and mules for the past several weeks Rev Ed W Holland and Miss Kate Compton of Leslie were married a few days ago Circuit court will convene here Mon day thftiOtii Two murder cakes will I f c come up for trial that of John Short for killing Barlow Prewitt and Mack Jennings for killing Arch Murley The former will plead innocence and the latter selfdefence Miss Cora Biggerstaff of Monroe county who has attended schoolhere died last Saturday of consumption The Burksville and Celina mail rider became intoxicated a few days ago and lost his mail bags He was imme diately fired from from service and has absconded We Want Wood If you promised to bring us a load of wood now Is the time Bring it at once Our stoves take 18 inch wood We have due us 8 or 10 loads with the full understanding that we accept it as a cash payment for the News This notice is simply to remind those who promised wood that we need it and is not intended for any one except those who have such an understanding Do not wait for some other person to wood us but bring it a big load at once WANTED Reliable man for Manager of Branch Ofllcclwishto open in this vicinity Good opening for an energetic sober man Kindly mention this paper when writing A T Moiutis Citicin nati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4 eta postage lie Fooled The Surgeons All doctors told Benlck Hamilton of West Jefferson 0 after suffering 18 months Irom Rectal Fistula he would die unless a costly operation was performed but he cured himself with Bucklens Arnica Salve the bestin the World Surest Pile aura OB earth 25c a box at3EiPauUsDrsg Storec L7i r If t r i PERONAL MENTION Mr Kscom Baker Is in town Mr J u Judd was at home the first of the veek r Mr feo McLean was in Campbells t vllle ifonday MrsJ G Eubank will return from Frankfort In two weeks flta Is visiting his mother and sisters at this place 3tlr D K Pelly and Mr E L Feese Pel1I ton vere in Columbia last Friday and Saturday aaft rehas Davis a born gentleman of Qarbourville was here on business Se oral days of last week Miss Haidce Rowe returned to James 4 town last Saturday accompanied by t her brother Dr J S Rowe J Miss Lula Allen returned from Lex ington last Friday night where she has been attending a business college for the past two months Mrs Patsy Madaris Mrs Malinda Frankum and Mrs Malinda White of the Fdirplay country are lying very low at their respective homes Miss Ellle Bradshaw left Monday for Louisville and Cincinnati where she will buy one of the nicest stocks of millinery ever brought to Columbia Mr W L Walker left for Cincinnati and Louisville Monday morning He will purchase an immense stock oft spring goods He was accompanied by Mrs Walker and Mrs L L Eubank LOCAL JOTTINGS Circuit court at Burksville next MondayThe Journal and Adair Coun ty News 125 Read J W Jackmans advertisement Rev W F Martin will preach at Clear Spring next Sunday at 1030 am We can furnish you fertilizer at 8110 per 100 pounds and up W F Jeffries G Son It pays to buy the best fertilizer for your mops See W F Jeffries Son before buying If you need life insurance and want to get in a company that is a company see J 33 Murrell For Sale 30 head of hogs will weigh about 125 lbs per head T K Powell Columbia Ky For Sale a cow and calf good milk er calften days old W L Walker Columbia Ky An infant daughter of Mr and Mrs P C Jones of Metcalfe county has been named Bulah Beckham Prof Tobias Huffaker will open a Teachers Normal at Montpelier on Monday April 9th 1900 Mr Jim Gilpin the noted wood hauler has sold his farm and will re move from Adair to Petersburg Ill Farmers who want to raise horses or mule colts will make no mistake in breeding to J W Marshals stock 3t Maj Hancock and a posse went into the moonshine settlement last Sunday night They did not find a still and I no arrests were made Fou SALEl0 head of mules from 5to 7 years old 14i to 1G hands high in good flesh Also a few young mules Smith Sr Nell Gradyville Ky The candypulling at the residence of Mr E G Atkins last Monday night was largely attended and a delightful evening was passed LoseOn the public square or on the streets of Columbia last Monday tlftyflvc dollars in biUs Iwill reward the finder J N Murrell Jr Mr Mrs W H Gill whose home is near Columbia gave the young peo- plej social last Friday night A large crowd was out and all report a most excellent time Salesman wanted to look after our interests in Adair or adjacent counties Salary or commission The Harvey Oil Co Cleveland O An interesting letter from Eld ZT Williams came in last night too late for this issue It will appear In our next Now is the timeto subscribef you want to keep up with his travels All parties owing me either note or account are requested to call and settle at once I need moneyJ Jackman The celebrated jack Jo Gartin wit make the season of 1900 at the far of J Pierce Dohoney on Campbells yule pike four miles Sroin Columbia 2t r For SaleA good firm wellImprov ed all necessary buildings lying on Cumberland river Russell county J M Smith Lola Ky Fur SALE Two cows one a stripper and the other will be fresh about the 10th of this month also 7 bead of shuats that will average about 100 Ibs Z T Campbell Pellytqq Ky For sale Having bought the MI- a d dleburg college from the Georgetown college I wish to sell this large brick shoo building together with three acres otfalld fdr furltidr pfelctiirs addreedic111ttiE Middieb g Ky r t The ladles Qoebel monument socle f ty was organized in Columbia last Sat urday afternoon Committees were appointed to solicit donations and they are now at work There will be an interesting time in Masonic circles of Columbia begining next Monday night The Grand High Priest and a number of prominent Masons of Lebanon will be with us Strayed From the mill lot lastSI Friday morning a large red cow with horns with chain around them Will reward the person who will furnish Information that will lead to her recovst ery Columbia Mill CoorThe Knoxvllle Nursery Co can furhE nlsh with any kind of fruit ornz enst tal trees and vines that you may needpI Mr Starns who represents this comrl pany will call upon you at an early day2tWith the coming of Spring thenight but eringalesthe warblers were heard upon of our streets and the music wasbt wafted w the bed chambers of many who were delighted to be awakened to listen to the sweet notesaD The Nashville College of Law offers his W D Jones school superintendent and the privilege of appointing one young lady or gentleman from Adair county to the college of law This scholar ship Is free to the appointee but costs 8100 a year at the regular rates of tui tionCoRev T F Walton turned over to his church last Sunday the subscriptions of he had taken to build a parsonage the amount of said pledges being 541 one Messrs George Nell J O Russell and The Dr W R Grissom were appointed a committee and Mr Nell was has made chairmanUIMr E E Cheatham of Bakerton was in town last Thursday and bought as afine jack from Mr James Young for the 8260 which he will stand at Bakerton This is one of the best jacks that have left this county for many years and thepo breeders in reach of Bakerton ought and to appreciate Mr Cheathams purchase of this fine jack er A Series of meetings will commence that the Baptist Church in this city inliD a few weeks Mr Barnett the pastor can has announced that a very able divine has agreed to assist Some time ago test Mr Walton pastor of the Presbyterian to church gave notice that he would begin a meeting this spring but that The has been deferredmMrs Mary Burton of this city isIn undoubtedly the most active woman In the county of her age She will be 87 years old her next birthday She reads the CourierJournal daily with out glasses and takes much interest of in the current news of the country that She does her own shopping and moves about the streets more gracefully than many women who have not reached their sixtieth year She is an intellectual to lady her mind today being as and clear as a bell Paid subscribers since our last Issuego J D Walker JH Hubbard S L the Bernard CC Bernard it S Pnning ton J C Cawthorn M E Barron P did P Mitchell H T Robinson J P Willis Junius White Mrs Sarah K Baker Mrs Mary Cheatham W E Dooley J T Fletcher J R Eoyse ry N M Hancock Wm Bell JJC IcoChapman Selden Pollard Mont White M S Sparks Hopewell 5 Miller B Fyu Edmonds Mrs Louisa Piercy Josh vet Butler Hopewell R Miller who will start aatsawmill in a few days on the recently sold by Mr C M Breeding will likely be in Adair for some timec They expect to buy timber from sptbeysawing what is known as quarwror oak which the factories use mqkth ing furniture Messrs but Miller are from Spencer county They are enterprising gentlemen and we this are glad to have them in the county the One of the best if not the best ser mon by Rev T F Walton since he has been pastor of the Presbyterian church this city was delivered laststSunday forenoon The subject of discourse was The Source ofall True Greatness and it was directed to the = young people The house was crowd x ed one half of the audience being young people from fifteen to thirty years of age The sermon was interesting from the start abounding in wholsome advice to all his hearers There is an active demand for lum ber at this time and sawmills are springfng up all over the country Last Friday Spencer county mill men purchased a number of trees from Mr Jake Bault who recently bought the C M Breeding farm this side of Cane Valley A mill will be in operation nextmweek Mr Bault received ten a tree for all that he sold and will dispose of many more He will probably sell enough timber off the farm to pay for It 5Deputyin Adair county last week looking af ter parties who are making and selling 3 the ardant without authority Les lie Petty and Chas Brown charged J with selling were arrested on Nelsons 2 Ridge brought to Columbia and lodg ft ed in jail The offlcershad a warrant X farEd Lodgin the king of moonshl hers who shot at them three Weeks ago but he could not be found Th Beard distillery had been remove I froai near High Step burchf on the Edmonton fdadj the former operators lei iJbeU J ia 1i- k j 0 n Your attention Is called to the ad vertisement of W L Gradys stock In this issue Mr Grady Is wellknow throughout thjs part of the State as the owner of some of the very finest horses In the entire country For sev eral years he has devoted much time and money in securing the best stock and those who have watched Mr Grady through his many struggles are glad to see him in possession of such horses as Jordan Peacock and Jordan the blue ribbon winucrs In every contest in which they enter Jordan Peacock heads the list of Mr Grady6 fine string of horses His breeding is and his colts show that he is of the greatest sires in the State Jordan Star Is but three years old yet a great horse as the many blue will a1 test He is one of the horses that ever entered a and out of 22 rings 21 blue ties attest his worth as an actor Mr Grady also has some other valuable stock Peacock and Jordan are the leads and well do they deserve to be Mr is the right man in the right and the people of this locality ought to appreciate his worth to this section in the material advancement great improvement in horses He deserves an abundant patronage for good judgment untiring energy in offering the rarest and best Inducements to those who wish to raise- a high class horse In this issue of the News appears an advertisement of the celebrated stal n Kentucky Squirrel owned by ffey Brothers of this town It is useless for us to comment on the worth this horse to the breeders in this section as his value is suggestive of of the finest horses in the State Squirrel family of horses has madea reputation in Kentucky that spread to the remotest parts of the States and many of them have been taken to the old countries of Europe They have proven their worth saddle and combined animals and experience of Coffey Bros in developing thou is that they are susceptible of high education as they ssess both excellent acting qualities good sound sense of a remarkable degree two features that every breed should remember Coffey Bros en the confidence of all who know and their reputation for hand nothing but the very best of stock not be disputed They believe Kentucky Squirrel to be one of the horses in the State and in justice them we do not believe that they would Intentionally impose on anyone efforts they have made and are to improve the horses both usefulness and value should be ap- precIated by our people A News man made a trip to Edmonton last week spending the first day court mixing among the citizens of county in the interest of the News The crowd was not so large as usual owing to the extremely bad condition of the roads Business seemed be fairly good with the merchants hotels especially with Mr J B Scott one of the best hotel men in Southern Kentucky Mr Scott gives courteous treatment loads down table with the best of the land and receives an excellent patronage We not do a wholesale business but received several subscriptions for the News and some very flattering promises Although our trip was satisfacto for what the people of Metcalfe failed to do for us was made good by the business men of Grady le the thriftiest town in the State its size Mr Sidney Murrah a former citizen Adair county died at Elkhorn Taylor county last Wednesday He was years old and was sitting in his when death came The greater portion of the life of the deceased was in Adair county He was a far by occupation but hadserved two three terms as Deputy Sheriff of county lie was a Master Mason had not affiliated fora number of years His reirfaius were entered in county many friends attending servises For Sale My entire stock of Dry Goods anti Notions Can give you a rgain as the principal part of the was bought before the advance FllAXK SlNCLAllt X IItime to buy my Spring stock of Jjj Millinery My customers and friends will please bear this in v mind and give me their special V orders beforehand in order that JJ JL may get just what you want J I propose this Spring to jj Buy aStock That Will Eclipse I anything over shown in Culum- bla1anfi1Jsk jjjl the ladies of Adair and and adjoining counties to Ito call and see me in the Spring 3c- K before they buy Tip store will 3c beeneX- K for the past two seasons 1 IMRSET STRANGE I IIJrJ + i H ft I F Letter From flo t White ifAitiLA P I Feb 7 1000 Editor of News What a grand old paper The News isl It makes me feel when I get it like I was at home My father sends it to me every week I am along waysl from home but I can tell that is going on in Adair and adjoin ing counties I left home the 20th day of April 1899 and went to Monticello Ky I remained there until the 25th of September atr which time I enlisted in the 47th New York I went to Meade PaJ where I was stationed un til the 3rd of November From there I went to New York got aboard the transport Thomas one of the finest boats that ever crossed the waters I was fifty days sailing from New York to Manila making several stops on the way The scenery was wonderful and beautiful to every one who had never seen anything of the kind I have not time to tell of the many wonderful things I bave seen Since landing on this beautiful is land we have traveled from place to place and have taken several small towns We have not had much fight- Ing When the natives see American soldiers they run like wild beasts We have captured several guns and two cannon this week and we only killed one man We did not sustain a single loss Only a few shots were fired I enjoy this life fine It is nothing more than going out hunting I am getting plenty to eat and weigh 190 pounds I have not been sick one day since 1 enlisted I have enjoyed good health all the time This is a hot cli mate It is hotter here now than It ever gets in Kentucky These islands are beautiful They are covered with beautiful trees and flowers of all kinds and plants of every variety I cannot begin to tell of every thing that has come under my observation It would take up too much spaceThis is the first time I ever tried to write to a paper So I do not knowe what to say nor how to say it but I thought I woun try a few lines Ifiyou find anything you want you mayw publish it if not drop in the waste basket From your soldier boy- MONT WHITE P S I hope the old rooster will not forget to crow In 1900 M W QRADYV1LLE J J Hunter returned from Louis ville the first of the week Messrs Fred Robertson and W C Yates made a business trip to Milltown last Saturday evening The quarterly meeting at Cool representefrom Revs Hulse and Dillon preached us very interesting sermons on last Sunday Services morqing and even ing One of the oldest men in thissection of country Is uncle Henry Keltner is He is about 80 years old and he made a trip to Columbia one day last week horsebackThe made a raid into the community near here one day last week but alas I the bird had flown Mr Sam Lewis agent of Columbia was on our streets one day last week looking after produce Our old friend W T Moore of the Cane Valley section was with us one day last week and from the oldest to the youngest persons were glad to see Uncle Billy James Garnett of Columbia spent one night with us last week on his re turn from court at Edmonton Proto John HoUaday the wellknown school teacher of the Craycraft vicini ty passed through our town en route for Leatherwood one day last week Messrs Geo W Pickett of Russell creek country and P Nelson of Kelt ner two wellknown men arc very sick at this time Mr John T Hamilton the well known stockman of Nell was on our streets last Saturday and reported every thing moving along nicely in his communityMr Gowen a well to do mer chant of Nelsons ridge sold his inter est in his dry goods business to Mr Amos Keltner of that community Success to the new firm The committea appointed to assist in raising funds for the monument to be erected In memory of our late Gov ernor will be ready to report in a short timeMr Tom Rowe one of the best farmers and who had a firstclass one in the Sparksville country sold it last week to James Gilpin for 800 We dont know the intention of Mr Rowe but we trust he will locate in our community as we understand he is anticipating such a move Trade has been a little dull for a week or so with our stockmen Smith 85 Nell sold last week to Bridgewater Hardesty of Lebanon 100 hogs at 3ic per pound Also 25 sheep for 950 and one cow for 20 Married on the 8th at the bride home near Breeding Mrs Ann Nor fleet to Mr Wm Harvey of our city Rev English officiated May success attend them Messrs Burton Yates J L and Robert Walker attended the social at Uncle Will Walkers at Nell on last Saturday night We all know the make up uncle Will and aunt r Sally They know exactly how to make young people enjoy themselves Our debating society on lastPrlda night organized a House of Represent atlvee We think the move a good one lathe interest of the eockty asli the young people of our town earl Ti dalty ittl Meet baltowkj blgfafcl 4 q NOTICE We will leave in a few days for the wholesale markets where we expect to selectthe nicest and prettiest stet of ml1llerny goods that has ever been brought to Columbia We InvitcaU come and see our goods before buy ag bIts Tm BtADSIIAWI Miss Emit BRADSITATTa JAMESTOWN Mr Liner Wheat who has been attending school at Georgetown for the past two months returned last Mon day Mr A H Holt made a business trip to Burnside last week Mrs M Scholl who has been sick for the past two weeks is improving rapidlyMessrs Robt Rowe and Wm Dow ell were in Monticello last week Mr Wm Griever is quitesick atthis writing fotownMiss Ella Wheat is visiting he grandmother Mrs A Baugh trRussellreturned home Friday Mr S W Phelps was in town Thursday 15 Mr J W Zachery Lexington was in town Tuesday Mrs Ellen Jones sold a jersey cow to Mr D Dowell for 835 Mr Heyman traveling salesman for W B Belknap COt was visiting our merchants last week Mr W A Eastham is quite sick at b this writing Mr I A Wilson of Felix was here WednesdayMaster son of Mr Jas WolCI ford happened to a severe accident Jr while riding in a wagon with his fath r and little brother he fell out of the vehicle breaking his arm He is resthIng easy and it is hoped will soon be ell KIMBLE Mrs Taylor is sick toWhere this week Eld Jas W Zachery Lexington was here this week D Wilson S Son have closed up their store and are now collecting their outstanding accounts Sam Hale has purchased a half inter est In the new grocery store the firm being Darnell Hale R B G B Foley of this place and Miss Foley of Stanford were married at Stanford March 1st Rev Jas Dean of the U B Church holding a protracted meeting here Mrs A H Baugh who has been vis iting her brother Dr Armstrong for some time has returned to her home JamestownThe Springs High School closed March the 9th after a very SliCe cessful term taught by Prof Ballard and wife Mr F Grider is building a nice two story residence on Jamestown St near the Russell Springs Hotel Mr Elmer Wheat who has been at tending Georgetown collcgehas return ed to his home in this countygA telegram has been received from Battle Creek Michigan stating that Mrs Mollie Simpson was dead She was a daughter of ColJ E Hays of JamestownMr Austin formerly of this place but now of Washington D C will return to this country some time next month and will engage in the mercantile business at Phil Sheriff T R Morrison and Jailer Dockery returned this week from Frankfort where they had been to In troduce Mr John Robinson who robbed Vaughan Bros in this city to Warden Lillard To Cure La Grippe Iii Tivb Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggist refund the money if it falls to cure E W Groves signa ture onevery box 25 cents- PELLYTON Born to the wife of J J Qabbert the 6th instant a girl Joel Ellis sold a cow and yearling calf to J G Knifley for S18 Claude Sutherland of Cane Valley was visiting here last week Ed Pelly of Dunville bought of W H Lemon one cow for s15 N T Jones bought one mule of Jas Tudder of Marion county for 50 on of John T Burton Ncatsville for 850 Dock Rice an old colored man who lived near here died lastSunday night bes Tobe Ellis who got his hand so bad ly cut on a sawis improving slowly Mrs Frank Holt who has been sick so long is not improving very much C E Willis of Joppa was here last week J H Pelly and son 6liverrwere in Dunville Friday JJ Gabbert bught two yearling for84onyq j D 0 Pelly who liar beea going to schodatColurnlahasretufaedhnale He Will handle the yard stick in R W llleta flora OrMu V ill6 Fine stork state ttadyvil1e Knaky This beautiful stallion Jordan Peacock Wlli make the present season at my stable in Gri dyville Kentucky at the low price of f1900 ta insure a living colt Money due when colt is- aled or mare traded or removed from the borhood JQ Oflfi PEHCOCI Register No 1148 Vol 3 This certifies that W L Graiy Gradyvtlle y has reslstered in the Natloml Saddl- eIioracBreedersAsaodationof Louisville Ky tho bay stallion Jordan Peacock foaled July 1891 Marked Star snip and two white feet gaits certified Jordan Peacock No 1148 is a beiutifol bay Lands flno large water spout tail Was sired by the greatest of all show stallions in Kentucky Peacock No 499 he by Blue Teens Xr3 fceby Paillips Black Horse he by Gen Taylor St he by Imported Hooten thorough bred Jordans first darn rena Elvers No TOO she by Cabells Lexington he by Gists Black Hawk he by Bloods mark Hawk Imported Jordans seeoud dam by Lizzie Jordan she by Wilsons Lewis Jordan he by Importel Jordan out ofImported Platens Jordans tiled dam y Imported Waggenor In Jordan Peacock you will find the finest style and action and the finish of a thorough bred ofwhich he Is closely Lacked onboth sides As a show horse he stands without a rival de some ofthe very best horses that ever ered a ring among them were Monte Cristo Thorntons Star Jane Carte Highland Denmark Dignity Dare a noted horse of the Blue Grass one of the best sons of Chester and others too numerous to mention Ho barn shown In the best fairs in Kentucky end Tennessee and never meta horse that he did not defeat As a breeder he has no superior To prove this hU colts arc wearing the Lines over the Othishis offsprings that kind disposition which himself posses and which is one of the best features that make a good animal In size style and combined features there is not a horse everybodydens ad- of 00JQ1fi STAR JoedanPeacockNo114 OMWaxiefine rnnnc and tail iSJitiimi He hM btushown through the best fairb Kentudkr sad illblueunder saddle and in harness fewi single KS double and in model rings fc There is not a better young hone thtt Jordan Start He will bs permitted UTrvt tmares at 10 to insure a living colt 011AZ11EW00bStandard Hazelwood is s Chestnut Sorrel iCy band Was sired by Nulalwood 10325 MbyNntwcofi cue reord 184 Nutwood sold for 72800 Wbf a twentyfour years old and was the sire of B el mont Boy 215 and S more with records bettor than 2yO IIuehvo ds first data was by Klch alien he by Mambrino Chiaf U he by Miabrl no Paymaster he by Imported Messenger This fine hrse will serve mares at a prlct J suit the times to insure a living colt 0GOV ST JOflf This fine Jack will make the present seoioa at 103 to Insure a mare T 1th foal money dir wnen f act is asceraineJ or mare traded or rev moved o My fine Jack JO will make the season At ttc same placcatfflCO on same terms as above MrJ A Diddle sold lasi fall two yearling mules by Gov St John for 8750 each If you want the best breed to the best Ypu will find them at Gradyville w lk Cf AtY- GttadyvilIe Kentucky K YOUNG W F HANCOCK Young flancock i LIMERYMEN f 3TWe have a new and commodious stable Good stock ood rigs Careful drivers employed Your patronage solicited nndI If you need a good Corn DrilL strictly relitxbln the CAMPBELL will suit you in every particular I have for as good cultivators as RIO on the market My line of SADDLES AND HARNESS IS complete and I propose to sell on as close a margin as good business will per miteI carry a stock of na good Buggies as was ever brought to this townTHE FISHER BUGGY used and admired everywhere Give men call before buying J W JACKMAN t Read this Ad and see What Warriner has to Say I am going to open the trade this spring with thebest with tho best line of Mens Ladios noel Children Q shoes celebratedeKnhn Martinshoes every pair of them are good ones in quality and are all ia the latest styles I will sell them right I have a full line of Domestics Shirting Readymade Shirts Pant Goods0veiallf and a big line of Hosiery can suit you in anything you waqtMy grocery stock is complete You can also find in my stock Chains Hames Backhands Collars Pads Plow Points Bolts Plow Handles Post Augers and in fact I carry almost aripthing you can call for in myamstock of goods Farmers I want you to get my prIces tilizers before you buy I can save you money od these goods and give you a hotter grade than you have been in the habit of getting for less money Come noel see a Cn Wariimer G lufiib aKyjI 0 r i 5 IIi A 7- l I r t Jt FATAL WRECKS WiQMgICeaty Cluster of Awfnl CtUs trophies Railway men have a saying that one serious wreck will invariably be flowed by two others within t month This superstition would seem to be justified in view of the following narration of actual events which occurred during a recent month upon a railway which does not run throe the state of Rhode Island The boiler of a modem locomotive carrying a steam pressure of 180 pounds exploded while standings rW a roundhouse preparatory to gout upon its trip Nine persons w killed anda few injured Those lted had all the clothing blownfrom l1 bodies and apparently evei1bone was broken yet the skin it In but a few places so ti t theirap pearance was likened to Jut of a sack of An wu blod ab1yxbeels in an cn re aiitince away uth r was ihrown stIll another to fiit a boxer other with roman and child was loWn into pit in tbenearbyroUI1d man was thrown ove englnItyiras ng were blown off their axles the r1sjz and machinery wrecked while SIB of the boiler was thrown lover 400 feet IfrcghttrbecameaIn go far enough backthe second sectlo Lecould not be stopped in time Th e i locomotive of the latter ran through j the caboose on the first section and Into a car of oil The oil caught fire and nine cars and one locomotive were burned up The intensity of the heat made lime of the neighboring bowlders The engineer of a freight train a mountain division who was su posed to have been drinking got into a quarrel with the conductor On ar riving at the steepest part of tbe down grade this engineer pulled th throttle wide open the train crew clubbed all the brakes and tried to stop the train nut at the terrific speed which the train was reported toc have passedetation the brakes hadJ IITheboose but before it could be stopped the engine left the track nt a very sharp curve The engine turned over twice the entire eight cars parsedo over and beyond the enginethe c boose stopping at the side of the en gine The engineer fireman and a tramp were torn into a mangled mass of flesh and blood two brakem were badly injured while the ca ductor who had laid down on the I floor near the rear of the caboose esIJ caped uninjured v An engine and caboose were o dered to the scene of the wreck Tl roadmaster and train crew were in the caboose Upon turning over the summit this engineer let the train roll fast that the conductor signaled twereI stop but he paid no attention to the signals Upon the firemans calling his attention to the signals the en gineer hooked up the reverse lever and pullet the throttle wide open the engine bounded forward and jumped the trackat the first rever curse The engineer and fireman were killed and those in the caboose were all more or less injured The engineer was supposed to have b come suddenly demented Hallway and Engineering Review LACK ARTILLERISTS Enough Men to Care for Guns But Not Enough to Man Them FortlflpnHojiN Along the Pacific Coat iln Good Condition Gen Shies k Tlilnkii United States Army v Should lie Larger r Gen Miles who has just returned from a long tour of inspection in the far west and south says c The fortifications along the Pacific coast and the gulf are in very good condition The engineers have done good work While the harbors areI vStonly partly protected it would not be safe for n hostile battleship or fleet I to enter them now Xoue of the har j hors is completely fortified The four I great harbors of the Pacific coast at i which defensive works are being erectw are Puget sound tho mouth of Columbia river Sau Francisco and DiegoThere arc only enough artillerists stationed on the coast to take care of the guns not enough to man them- The guns are great pieces of machinery and require very skilled artillerist to take taro of them and to handle them More artillery is needed along1 includ1ingstrong at the posts I visited Thlji isher r r flue to the fact that most of the army pJisoutof the ountr at Con r Iiscoosting omprsdioy For a good years I have been in favor of one dier for every thousand of our people skilledfin ofIr modern nprlianecs That would be Jr very small number nu compared wi Other nrmh s cf the world butyet uto keep abreast of ti 1Improvemenim In warfare which a r being made Of course thosizoof the er- t should b6 commrnfcurafc with the pop iot nnti vcnllh and position of thec government A country like Mexico t Y- Ir 4wtiJtlfC t1t1L t- lrIgmroas that ot Germany ot sizethecountry Is nearly t s small foGermany or Prance of comparatively led educated trained soldiersy be 11Tise and R e fa admitleSURGERj TPNEUMONIACASR- Seven Away la Toledo Man tdimoral otAhrcenei anaier Saredgsalt Turley son of a grocer owe s to the skill of Toledo 0 lvrery He was given up to die IDs trouble first was pneumonia Several WDIIfnotlfiedan formed i the membrane outside the lung Ti doctor visited Ann Arbor and consulted with several medical friends The onJy- chance of the young mans life was thought to be an operation such us la rarely perfprmed Before the surgery was finished seven ribs were cut sway there being two scesses One of these was ribs and lungs and the ribs were cut away at the back for its removal The young man remained In the house all winter the physicians holding tbr there6u1tmJghtbe work He has Increased In weight In Hemarkable pieces of surgery ever atJ I Doiton Second Cltnreh The old Second church in Boston celebrated its two hundred and fiftieth anniversary recently Partiality of Santa Clam As far as heard from proudly say Chicago Record Chicago Is u e only city that received a nice new titer as a Christmas present IAntlllorse Thief Aiioclittloa- t AntlHorso Wet soclation has 150 subordinate ledg and over 3000 members ADVOCATES COAST DEFENSES Representative Cooper ot 8hgp1PJ am In favor of strengthening navy to meet all the requirements of Dopereit to build coast defenses These two im portant wprks can be carried on rimnl taneoualy Our country should be for tified in such a way as to make it se from attacks and it is also im portent to preserve the fortifications already constructed and provide enough men to care for the guns It is gunsIf providing enough men to care for alreaa8t our coast and unless men are provided to thcywfUboI am heartily In favor of the End t systenm g 667 heavy guns and 624 mortars modern construction Since the war Spain the country is deeply Inter sated in nIl matters pertaining to the people1epended in making the country safe from attack There is a disposition on the tosbe e tsome years ago and congress eTerythingthat BLOW AT FLAT BUILDINGS Alderman Griffith of Chicago Wants the OiaFaihloncd Home RestoredseAlderman Griffith will try to legis biglaborsaTing teare thousands of men and women w leave their happy homes for the sa of ensconcing themselves in some apartment building or socalled hotel From a sociological point of few the alderman from the Twentyfifth ward said such an ordinance would be salu tary He said People are getting lazy living these big apartment buildings It afro s the home features of American trytofashionable people who can afford to npartmeatbuitugsld charge an army of domestic servos They have no more use for their cook fr asiendal a homes should be preserved There are too many laborsaving devices in th newfangled apartment houses to et me Conveniences are all right in their way The servant girl problem may cut some ice in this question but ifwe stopped these six and eight sto VP apartment buildings we would haemore homes and more servants B10BLIND BUT SHAVES HIMSELF Mr Condcn Chaplain of the Home Wields the Razor In IIU- Ovrn Itclmir- Krcently Representative Graff was capitolJlrl1ber who was shaving him a leather covered box If I should you a hun rtd pticsbes said the barto time corgrpssman you would be able to tell me what this box con thins I tlo not believe I couldre I Mr Grab but J urn curious to now n hoot you harethere are six razors brlonpinp to Chaplain Couden Jvhenesot 1shaaethto erI Willie Dr Condon has ntimberofyeursHhasbeenhisllroct Ice- to shine himself and so well does nlctsmmaalwho ry f H bFARMERSnoca Salve will kill thepaliiaudpr liiil it Curt Fever Sores TA JVii nrr ns all Skin Ei uptlun tf boxCoredruggist From a Republican Source comes a report that immediately after the nd journment ol the Leylslaturje next week Mr Taylor Mill attempt to eiii an extra session to be liM ut Luntluu A Flemish rlttucrIeAn attack was lately made on C F Collier of Cherokee Iwn that nearly proved fatal It came through his kid neys His back Rot so lame he could not stoop without great pain nor sit in a chair except propped by cushins oeno remedy helped him until he tiled Electric Bitters which effected such a wonderful change that he writes he feels like a new man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble purifies the blood and builds 1sup jour htalth Only tOe at T E Paulls Drug Store Circuit Judge Scott in a decision handed down at Winchester holds that National bank stork is not tax able for State and county purposes 6Rich Boll Blood Morleys Sarsaparllla and Iron not only purifies your blood but makes new rich red blood If you have skin rheumatismeor scrofula or if you have a ruudowu tired out feeling try this remedy and note the prompt results 100 per layaAt a massmeeting held Sunday at Lou0fistthe Twentieth Century Educational Fund A K De Fluent editor of time Jour nal Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side lie says entirelyBeBalm and was surprised to receive re lief almost immediately The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never fails For sale by M Cravens Archbishop John Uennessy one of the foremost theologician in the Cath icite hierarchy died at Dubuqe la Sunday afternoon areBOMBARDED A Peaceable Virginia Town Lately the Object of Warlike Attack A ripple of excitement was caused thonannouncement that the little town of Snowden Va on the banks of the Po tomac had been bombarded by Unit ed States soldiers It was literally true Eightinch shells fired from siege guns shrieked throughout the town find caused everyone to seek ref uge in the basements of their houses The artillery of Fort Foote wereor practicere fortband about 200 yards from the Virginia shore Snowden onehalf mile below was in the direct line of fire The officers in charge did not reckon on the skip strikingdethat Snowden knew was that it was being bombarded more terrifically than any city was ever bombarded during tho civil war Word was in totsment instantly issued orders but be fore 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