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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i f c i4 r T I THE ADAIR JOUNTY NEWS VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY BETO83 WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1900 NUMBER 34i POSTuFFICE DIRECTORY J 21 Russell Postmaster Office hours week days 700 a m to 930 pm COURreDffiECTORY CIRCUIT CooarThree sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday in September Circuit JudgeW W Jones Commonwealth s Attorney K H W Aaron ShenffJ W Hurt Clerk Jno B Coffey COUNTY CcoETPirst Monday in each month Judge JW Butler County AttorneyJas Oz mett Jr ClerkT R Stults JailerS He Mitchell AssessorO A Bradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffree School Bupt VT D Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher 3iTY COURT Regnlarcourt second Monday in ach month adge J W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BURXSVIUB STnEET 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 DBBKSVILLB STBBBT Rev J I Kllgore pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST CBBENSBCBO STRBBTBev E W Barnett seer services third Sunday in each month i intUvchol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Tuesda nightCHRISTIAN CAMPBEIMVILLE PUCE Elder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A MRegu lar meeting in their ball over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each month O A KEMP WM T R STULTS Secj COLUMBIA CIIAPTEB R A M No7 meets first Monday night in monthJ H P T R Stults Secretary ssC DS Conover Hotel JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor Columbia o Kentucky II a I HIS Hotel Is one of the best in this I section of the State It is a large ew brick containing twentyeight ooms all elegantly furnished Good ample rooms and the table issup lied with the best provisions the coun try affords Rates very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0jgyThe 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 good sample room Feed stable at hed COMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors I Boltlooksaner the cnlinary aepanmenaDa sees that the table Is supplied at all times with the very best the market affords The proprietors attentive and very polite to guests CJa rooms and the building- is convenient to the business houses First class livery attached to the hotel Terms very seasonable iiii Lebanon Steam Laundry LEBANON KY 0111ft openedTand IHOROUGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper fenced workmen and doing as high grade work as can be turned out any place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited WI R JOHNSTON 60 Pro REED MILLER Agents Columbia Kentucky To prevent La Grippe take a dose or two of Dr Restorative Nervme daily Y f 1 U Dont take a peck of any old kind of to cure a pint of disease when adoseof Jforley le liver Pills for SUiotu people w cure you while you gip supr Onoadose sotq bY v ELD Z T WILLIAMS LETTER From Jerusalem to Nazareth i Apr 22 1900 Editor of the News We left Jerusalem Friday the 15th inst for an 18 days camp ing tour through Northern Pales tine via Damascus to Beyrouth There are eight of us now in the company two more having joined us at Jerusalem Our outfit con sists of five tents thirty head of horses and mules two dragomen and eight servants We all tried our horses the afternoon before starting and concluded we could standthe trip all right Tuesday morning at 9 oclock we marched out the Damascus road in good glee not knowing what were before us save what was in sight mountains and hills Our road the first day was a little worse than any we have traveled We had not gone very far before my horse stumbled and fell and off I rolled I was off agin and agin and gone agin without any broken bones or bruises We soon reached the top of Mt Sco pus where we had our last view of the city of ancient renown View ing it ono of our company remark ed that he was satisfied that the New Jerusalem above would far transcend this one m every respect We were all glad our work there was finished and we entered upon the road for new scenes and new experiences We passed Gibeah of Saul and Ramah of Benjamin and lunched at Beeroth After resting one hour and a half and enjoying good spring water we mounted and again started on our journey We halted a little while at Bethel Gen 1881 where Ja cob rested the first night on his journey to Paden Aram and where other important Bible events oc curred After a long ride over hills and rocks and down ravines we came in sight of our first camp ing grounds at the foot of a little village called Sinjel The weather was very cool to our great sur prise but when we entered our tents and observed the comforta ble appearance we were satisfied we would not suffer Three nice beds with white counterpanes greeted our eyes also three bowls and pitches and a carpeted floor The tents were lined with pretty piece work of many colors taste fully wrought Crossfield Mc Garvey and myself occupied one tent and after a good bath and rest the boll rang for dinner our supper and we enjoyed a good meal of mutton chickens oranges nuts cWe all rested well and slept until sun up We arose and prepared for breakfast The breakfast in this country is a poor mealconsisting of coffee bakers bread honey jelly boiled milk and very nasty looking butter No meats at the best hotels for breakfast It is an outlandish way but you have to stand it I am glad I live in America and get more and more that way when I see the foolish ways of these peo ple Lunch is their dinner and it is rather a light meal The best meal of the day is supper in the old Kentucky way of serving it We mounted our steeds by 7 oclockand started for another days journey We reached in one hour the ruins of old Shiloh where the Tamernacle stood for a long time where little Samuel was brought by the Priest Eli and where Eli died on hearing of the death of his eons We had much better roads all day and lunched at Jacobs Well The well is en closed by a stone wall including as much as an acre and a half and a goodly variety of fruit trees are growing there After lunch we took a look at the ancient well It has undergone some changes in recent years and does not resem ble the picture I have seen There was a church built over it years ago and the ruins had covered the real mouth of the well as it was in Jesus day j and now all the ruins have been removed and the Jesus sat on old worn appears there so they say and it looks very much that way This notable well is at the foot of Mt Gerizim in and near Mt Ebal and is well identified It has been filled up 6rubbish BC that no f J water is visible except in wet weather A candle was let down to the bottom so we could see the masonry which was ancient It is now about 65 feet deep After leaving this place we visited the traditional tomb of Joseph which is near by Here we saw an ori ental school for the first time be ing taught in the opening front of the house including the tomb The teacher was an Arab who sat flat on the floor and all the child ren around him in the same posi tion He was teaching the Coran no other book in sight I conclud ed that the reason these Moham medans are so zealous for their religion is because they teach it to their children and they grow up in it The children are taught to hate other relions This religion predominates in all this country and will until their is a change in the government We rode up the valley beteen Gerizim and Ebal and rode to the top of the former It is 1116 feet high and is a rough road to the top but our horses were good climbers and we rode to the top On the very highest point once stood the Sa maritan Temple the ruins of whichstill show that it was an immense structure One tower still stands in a dilapidated con dition The Samaritans of the city of Nablous which lies at its foot just a little west were up on top holding the passover They stay a week from Good Friday to the next Friday They offer the passover lamb according to the old custom They showed us the place where they offered the burnt offering Oh how strange it is that these people reject Christ and look for him to yet come There are only about 200 of them here The High Priest Jacob Aaron showed us the oldest manuscript of the Pentateuch in existence claiming that itwas 8572 yrs old A few of us paid him a shilling each for his picture and left him We rode or rather walked down the west side of the mountain to the camp just above Nablous We were on his toric ground all day This is an cient Shechem a city of refuge Here is where Jacob lived when he sent Joseph to look after his brethren and where they brought the coat of many colors to the old man and told such a falsehoodThe had been very pleasant and the night a little cool We slept well and were ready to start at 7 oclock again next morning The first place on our road was the ancient city of Samaria It was once a place of renown and has much history connected with it Ahabs Ivory Palace once stood on the hill of ancient Sama ria The remains of Herods colonades are plainly seen stand ing many of them where they were placed by Herod himself It now an insignificant Arab town We passed Dothan or the ancient ruins for there is nothing on the old sight but rums where Joseph found his brethren We camped that night at Jerim just on the borders of the valley of Esdraelon just in sight of the most historic grounds in all Palestine outside of Jerusalem South we see the hills of Samaria on the West Mt Car mel j northwest the hills of Gali lee and northeast the mountains of Giboa and a little north Mt Hermon The beautiful valley of Esdraelon stretches before us in closed by these hills and moun tains and at the foot of Giboa the ancient Jereel where Ahab had his summer palace and where he wanted to buy Naboths vine yard and his wife Jezabel had Naboth put to death because he re fused to part with his fathers inheritanceThe is very pleasant and dry Has not rained any since we came to Palestine The next morning at the usual time we were again ready to start on our journey and the interest was somewhat increased by the fact that we expected to camp at Nazareth the town where Jesus lived and spent his boyhood days with his parents This town or city for there are now 6000 to 8 000 inhabitants was in sight on a hill far away We passed Jerreel in thb valley There is hardlyai trace there of the ancient ruins except a little mud village We passed this village and descended into the valley again and crossed the track of a railroad survey run ning from Harfa a sea port town near Mt Carmel and running to Damascus We learn this road is being built by English capital and is delayed on account of charter not being received from the government There are only two railroads in Palestine one from Joppa to Jerusalem the other our Beyrouth to Damascus There will be some increase of business in all lines as the modern inventions bothof agriculture and transportation are introduced But a new people will have to pop ulate this country before anything can take the place of the bedouin tent if it be proper to call a that for it looks like any thing else as tent and the camel and donkey for transportaion I dont think the Arab could live satisfiedany other way They are an indolent people depending largely upon the natural products of the coun try for a living It is a fine graz ing country for sheep goats and cattle The climate is mild and not much clothing needed They wear no shoes except slippers mashed down at the heel The women and men dress alike so far as I can see except head dress The men wear two rolls around the head and the women a hand kerchief There are more of the Bedouins in northern Palestine The valley of Esdraelon which we are now in is one of the richest and most fertile in all Palestine Wheat is the principal product and there are large crops in It is dow heading about ready to harvest But to think all this wheat is to be harvested with a reaphook makes one tired We passed through this valley passing Shnnem the anent home of the Shunammite women with whom Elisha lodged and whose son he restored to lifer We pass in sight of Nain where Christ raised the widows son and Endor where King Saul consulted the witch After crossing the valley we begin to ascend the hill of Naz areth and SOOIl come in full view of this historic town We camped here for two nights and spent Sun day here where Jesus when he preached his first sermon created so much envy against himself the people of his own native village sought to throw him over the brow of the hill We will write our next from this place Beware ol Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange tne whole system when entering itthrough the mucous surfaces Such articles shonld never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo O contains no mercury and is taken internally acting directly Up on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system In buying Halls Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine It is taken internally and made in To ledo Ohio by F J Cheney Co Testimonials free Sold by druggist rice 75c per bottle Halls Family Pills are the best A novel accident occurred at the fu neral of Mrs Hicks at Sturgis One of the teams in the procession ran away and dashed into several crrialtesln front Injuring Mrs Thomas Hammack and Miss Benedict seriously Glorious News Comes from Dr D B Carglle of Washita L T He writes Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Brewer of scrofula which had caused her great suffering for years Terrible sores would break out on her head and face and the best doctors could giveno help but now her health is excellent Electrlct Bitters Is the best blood purifier known Its thesupreme remedy for eczema totter salt rheum ulcers bolls and runningsores It stimulates liver kidneys and bowels expels poisons helps digestion builds up th e strength Only 50ck Sold by T E Paull druggist Guaranteed RALLY ONCE AOAIN CourerJou rnal Louisville whose citizens wore the gray Louisville whose citizens wore the blue Louisville whose sons have grown up since both uniforms were doffed by their fathers extend to every visiting veteran of the civil war within her gates today the hospitality of its homes the homage of its hearts A Southern city we welcome you as brothers in blood partners in fortune a border city we welcome you as brothers in manhood and valor proved through years of hardship and at the mouths of opposinggnns an American city we welcome you as the highest product and staunchest support of our RepublicAmerican soldiers citizens and patriots We are proud to have you with us We are proud to honor as guests the men who have demonstrated as never before the heroic stuff of which our great nation is made The record of the ages does not show such another page of splendid struggle of desperate com bat of magnificent defeat of selfre liant fortitude of resolute recupera tion of unreserved acceptance the Issue of arms of readjustment to revolu tionized conditions and of masterly utilization of them to material and political rehabilitation As between the gallantry and the honesty of you who fought under the stars and bars and of those who fought under the stars and stripes who today would seek to draw a distinction But in the songs which we sing to the survivors of the two ar mies surely there is in those which we sing to you a note that is lacking else wherethe note of triumph unaided from without over the wreck materi al and civil which crushing defeat brought you and of your reinstatement of yourselves not only as factors but as leaders in the Government which rose stronger than ever over the ruins of the theories for which you had fought That is a note of victory which is yours alone and which is proudly accorded you by the North as well as the South for the war was not needed to prove American valor on the battlefield while your conduct after the war is the greatest assurance which haslet been given that our republic is built on a foundation which though assailed by the fiercest passions and rocked by the profoundest upheaval of the body politic is steadfast and must endure This is a heritage which the war has left ns and which you will leave to generation after generation more to be prized than even the glorious story of your prowess at Manassas and Gettysburg Stone River and Shiloh And it is a heritage which must be prized by Americans everywhere no less in the North than in the South for the North knows and the South knows that there is no Mason and Dixons line between American manhood and that had the conditions been reversed the Northerners would have triumphed over adver sity as magnificently as the Southern ers have done for after all the best guarantee of perpetuity and power as anation is that we are one people in blood bone spirit and destiny You who fought for the Southern cross went Into the war because under the imperfect chartwhich the founders of the Nation had left you believed you were right or because your States and your neighbors went into it for that belief While the fearful conflict lasted you did all that men could do- an when itwas over you did more than men had ever done before You are here today in the old uniforms under the old flags not to flaunt the ghosts of old belief but to revive the joys of old comradeship to recount thepathet- Ic pleasures of old memories to grasp once more the hands that met yours in the times that tried mens souls and rebaptized the one mighty State of the New World the one great Democracy of the earth You would not reopen the old contention if you could More than that you would not turn back the years aqd give another result to the dispute which was settled at Ap pomattox YOU know now that that dispute could not have been settled by any other tribunal that you bad your pat c to play in it and that you played It as the God of Nations gaveyou light and strength to play it You know that the men who with only the worlds record of failures for Democracy to enlighten and discourage them sought to found a lasting republic a hundred years ago were not omnipo tent even It they had been omniscient that the result of their labors was far from complete surrendering much to A it compromise and leaving much to the future even where they could foresee the future YOU know that with all this it was wlth great difficulty that the young and weak federation was patched together that as time went on the detect which more and more threatened its destruction more and more defied the efforts of expedience and compromise that the question whether this was an indestructible Nation or whether it was a mere com pact of States to be dissolved at the will or caprice of any one of them was one which complicated as it was with the question of slavery could not be compromised and which sooner or later could only be settled by force You bore your part in that settle mentas became a race of men who never sacrificed a conviction and never shirked a duty Whether you were right then in the ideas for which you fought as squared by the Federai Con stitution that had come down to you is a question which has no interest for you now The issue itself has been decided and decided forever And as nearly forty years after you look back to the stress of that momentous conflict as you mark the tremendous strl les our country has made since then as you think of your own boys part at Manilla and Santiago as you note instead of two score discordant and warring little republics repeating here the story of South America a mighty nation growing in resources in intcligence in happiness and taking its place as the mistress of a hemis phere powerful for the betterment of its citizens throughout its vast domain and undisputed in the supremacy of its position among the peoples of the world you are not only satisfied that the decision at Appomattox was as it was but you are glad that the obstructions which beset the paths of your selves and your fathers are removed from those of your children So let the flags of the Lost Cause float bravely today Not one of you will be less an American patriot be causehis heart throbs and his eyes fill at the memories of camp and march and battle which they revive Let the old war songs to which your feet kept step and your comrades died fill the streets with their inspiring strains and fill your hearts with the old days when time rested forty years lighter on you when the blood was hotwith deeds and daring and the bonds of comradeship were forged in camp and field Let the old stories be retold the old battles be refought the old friendships be renewed It may be the last time Many that have been with you heretofore are missingnow many that are here today will not answer at the next rollcall And every one of you and forever God bless you We Know The Breed There is no good reason to believe that the American public resentful as it is of the fact of official corruption in the Havana postal department has at any time been disposed to include American army officers stationed in Cuba in its condemnation of the ser vice responsible for the Neelv scandal Between the American army officer and the American carpetbagger there is so vast a difference that the two are not likely to become confused in the public mind The former is essential ly a gentleman of flawless integrity trained to the keenest sense of honor honestly devoti ng his life to the service of his flag and country He will not steal The latter is the corrupt product of corrupt politics out for the stuff and not overnice as to the man ner of its obtaining He will steal Governor General Wood and his fel lowofficers need have no fear that they are tainted in the public mind with the rottenness of corruption now at taching to the Neely gang of looters The American people are not so quick to charge dishonor to brave men who fight their countrys battles It is the skulking campfollowers who crowd Into rob and steal when the fighting is done that constitute the carpetbag outfit now disgracing the American name in Cuba Lock Jaw Ed H Hardin China Springs Tex says One large dose of Morleyss Wonderful Eight cured my mare of lockjaw It was a wonderful cure and saved me a 0500 animal I Free trial bottles at W M Belles Joppa Ky The great Lexington horse show fair and carnival under the auspices of the Elks will come off August 13 toll i Q 1QmiiDJiJ + Blacksmiths + AND Woocilw orIsieJr Columbia Ky I amprepared to do all kinds of worn in my line and if you need re Buggiesor buggytires satisfaction Newly Furnished American Plan fl00 Per Day Slic 9osfer 8 3otcf MEALS 25c 523 W Market 51 LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Hgr a Wilmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop Qradyville Kentucky HERE is no better place to stop hotelGoodtable stable attachedSeri GORDON MONTGOMERY fYl 17mt r W COLUMBIA KY adjoiningcounties drugstore DR M 0 SALLEE DENTIST Careful attention given to me dentlslryand CoffeyHunterCOLUMBIAjKY FRANK MBALENGER WITH RobinsonNorton 60 WHOLESALE Dru Goods Notions Etc LOUISVILLE KY Now is Be Time to REPAIR HOUSES o Do not allow your house to injure for the lack of Guttering or a Leaking RoofImake specialtyIrepairwork in my line I use good material and do my work at bedrock prices Call on me L V HALL Columbia Tinner ftetna Life Insurance 60 oi- HRRTFORD CONN CHARTERED 1820 Assets 54000000 Surplus 8000000 015Paymentrate than other firstclass companies 1 LifePolicy rf timeOnGUARANTEES more insurance andloantimethan after two years on limited pay policies EThe LOWEST RATES of any fIrst class company For further Information tall on or address W D JONES t- CeIIUBWa Ky RTAURATJAMES LmBANON KY This stand is located near the depot and meals are furnished at all TheJbasteatables gant sitting rooms for lafln T av V La d4 I w 4- ty r TIAMiCOITTlIS Published Every Wednesday v 1 E Adair Bounty News So s INCOUPORVTJBD CRAB 8 HARRIS Editor A Democratic newspaper devoted to the later csts of the city ofColumbia sad the people of Adafr and adjacent counties =tlntercd at the Columbia Postofflcc as second I class mail matter I SVBSCRIPT GIf RATES ONEV15AB 100 SIX dONTirs 60C tSTRICTLY= ADVERTISING RATES ECoM otlccs ten cents per Hntlfor first in BOftlon andifive cents per lino for each subs q len t Insertion DISPLAY ADS t = Spnco 1 lk I r io 3Mo 63fo I l Inch 50 1 CO f 200 30 50 Inches Ts 1 50 3 00 4 50 3 Inches 100 200 400 600 10 roof4 Inches 125 2 50 6 00 7 SO 12 5 Inches 1 50 3 00 6 CO 10 00 15 00 U Col 3 00 6 00 12 00 20 CO 30 00 Col 4 60 9 00 18 OT 30 00 45 so 1 Col 6 00 12 00 24 Oo 40 00 60 There will be no departure from theaerat ruder any circumstances WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 In pursuance to a call made by tho Democratic State Executive Committee for a State Convention to bo held in Louisville June 14th to select delegates to the Nation Democratic Convention at Kansas City July 4jhall legal Democratic voters of Aduir and all persons who will support the nominees of the Kansas City Convention are requested to meet in mass convene tion in the courthouse in Columbia Saturday Tune tho 9th at 2 p m standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend said State convention C S HAIUJIS Chairman GORDON MOKTOOMEUV Secy Remember that a Democrat is county convention will he held in Columbia nxb Saturday after n01n Why should Republicans want W S Taylor for Governor when they have men free from all suspicion and who are able to manage the affairs of State Ten companies of soldiers organized by the Republicans for political purposes are to be mustered out Gov Beckham having issued an order to that effect Bill Sweeney was over at Mar tinsville Ind fishing with W S Taylor and Charley Fiuley last week Bill is a Democrat what you readaboutan old time Democrat The gathering of the t orate veterans was the large311 since the organization was perfec- od some years ago Notwithstand ing the vast number of people Louisville entertained handsome ly The Catlettsburg Democrat cop ies our editorials nearly every week and returns them without credit It is all right We a sending out true Democratic doc trine wantitdlsseminatod whether wo are given credit or HotjLast week was a banner one for the sale of tobacco in Louisville rIi total sales of dark being 2060 burleyThoprebably ever done in one week 011the the Louisville market Private sales were 1315 hogheads Postmaster General Smithacharged with hindering investiga tion into scandalous charges con corning the administration of ti Washington City postofilcefer ly things are getting warm in tha a ministration circles and more ihaii ice and electric fans are owe ed to lower the official tempera turfUHon M II Rhorer ofMiddles hOrugh formerly a citizen of CoJ lumbia desires to represent the Eleventh District in the National Democratic Convention No bet ter selection could be made Adair county will take pleasure in in strutting for him and it is hoped that Casey Clinton Cumberland Mefcalfe Russell and Wayne and all other counties of the district will do likewise t or r t r L 4 TbeConferbjote reunion held in Louidvillo lust week brought to pther thousands of old veterans of Tim Lost CuudO refreshing tliiir nitiioriea of the many hard ntniggks privations and dangerIS lIouulItt laillriu0 that jeril + tfrllt o J8CJ1 to l55 It brouglit many face to face who had nut seen other since those perilous days I and while there was a sad strain in the recollection of the post yet the meeting of old comrades re freshed and enlivened the hours that were spent in Louisville and the meeting in every particular was a success The old battle scared veterans of the Suuuy Southwho made the gamest bravest fight ever made against such heavy odds were there by he thousands as happy as they could be but there were scars there that refreshed the memories of the conflicts and in the mind inaugurated the fearful encounters of Manassas Gettysburg Chats cellorsville Thb Wilderness and wheyre thousands of the most noble sons the South spilt their blood and sacrificed their lives for a Muse that wont to pieces under the pres esera of tremendous power Such a meeting irresistably carries the imagination Luck to the time when they were held as traitors and mau radars when they were sacrificing their fartunes their honor und their lives for a cause to them just one They carry the min back as a span only when the commands of Jackson were heard aland obeyed as he met the iuvad ing army in the confines of his own beloved State to that night at Chausellorsvillo when that match less leader was mortally wounded casting a gloom over the entire army to the time when Stewart led in the thickest of the fight when their own Southern laud was drenched in precious blood of their beloved trod chivalous com rudes when Sherman swept tho fair loud of Georgia on his march to the sea when that powerful host nf Grouts swooped down upon that besieged and emaciated number at Apouiattox and blot ted out forever the fondest hopes and noblest desirs of those in de fence of their convictions and the preservation of their property and homes Covering a vast territory these gallant sons of the South fought to the last ditch in every conflict No State can boast in superiority in bravery and deter initiation of her troops over those of another for the Southern sol dier was in a war not for spite but in defense of their honest con victions pertaining to a settlement of a question of vital importance to their country and while Ken tucky was trying to play the tral act and later when she decid ed to support the Federal government thousands of her bravest sous espoused the cause of the theditas h yentdrenches and the cause for which they were heroically conteudin was in the balances of doubt in the ditches at Apamattox j besieged and attacked by an eve whelming number their cause w lost and they returned to their propeaway otf upon j as they were true and brave in defense of their convictions they have been equally true to the terms Leee stacked arms before superior num reproY tst stars and stripes as do the men who met them upon the field of battle They accepted the teIsuit j they are true to the Federal government but their love and admiration for the cause for which they so gallantly defended have not faded and will never be blotI survivoriof cause t men to whom they surrendered in medet 0 and tho Confederate and nion soldiers admire the bravery trsue At last Thursdays session of the Confederate Veterans Associa tion Gen John B Gordon was re elected Commatlderiu Chief tv serve another year The 0th officers are reelected as follows Lieut Gen Wade Hampton Commander of the Army of Nort Virginia Department Lieut Gen 1 Stephen DLee Commander of Army of Tennessee Department Limit Gen W L Cabellj Com nHinder of the Trausmississippi Department About 6000 was sabscrihed to the fund to erect a muimiiHMit in Richmond Va to the miinnry of Jefferson Davis- i A movement was also started to builda monument to the women of the South The Louisville Times has this story about one delegate who at tended the Confederate reunion Old and crippled but by no means decrepit with fire of the South still burning in his oyes Mingo Evans a negro hero who fought with the Confederacy is one of the most unique of the many characters to be sees here Mingo was a slave of the Evans family of Alabama With his young master Joe Evans he wont to Virginia in 61 with the Ninth Alabama In the first battle of Manassas the master was shot down Springing from behind him Mingo closed his masters eyes and seizing his gun from the nerveless fingers took up the fight where his master left off He was wounded severely in a later battle and was sent home He recovered but was incapacitated for further duty He had taken to his home however a Yankee skull as a souvenir This skull was la flightdWhen the Federals heard of it they started for the offender who promptly fled to the mountains where he worked for the women andchildren After the war he returned to the old home where he has since worked and saved his money He paid his own way to the reunion coming with the veterans of Camp Horace King Hon James D Black of Bar hourville has announced his can didacy for the Democratic nomi nation fur Governor He is a Democrat with a clear record and is one of the most popular men in Eastern Kentucky Mr Beckham is also a candidate and it will be with Democrats in convention to say which one of these gentlemen shall lead the party to victory If Mr Black is nominated he will receive our cordial support if Mr Beckham is nominated we will bo just as eager for his success In fact we will be satisfied with what thematterThe resolutions adopted by the Now Jersey Democrats in State convention declare for more string ent legislation to regulate trusts j against imperialism j denounce 1Porto Rican taxation j for independence of the Philipinos j insists that our pledges to Cuba be kept and denounce the Cuban frauds and recognize W J Bryan the popular tribune of the people lAStiuheg wo prog ment empowering Congress to reg ulate trusts Two Republicans againsast crats and one silver member vote with the Republicans in its sup port The Populists were solidly against it The South African war is prac tically over The Boers made a gallant fight but were forced to submit to superior numbers KENDALL L L Wooldridges wife presented him with an eight lb girl the 19 inst Mr Lennie Grider and wife o Creelsboro were guests at J M Las ters Saturday and Sunday J M Meadows of Jamestown was here two days last week News of Mr Albeit McFarlands death has just reached us He was for merly a citizen of this place but moved leavesheone brother Miss Maggie Rowe has returned from Moatptslerwhcreshehacbeeaatteadag Miss Vcrla and Mr Leon Lester are visiting relatives at Liberty this week Mr Hudson Blankenship of Denmark one of Russells oldest citizens visited relatives here last week Mr Elmer Wooldridge who has been Lexington0needed vacation erCrops fife looking fine especially though damaged some by the fly andnare auxlousforatidev + Y 1GOV Beekham This celebrated and thorougbred shorthorn bull will make the present season on my farm and will be per mitted to serve cows for 100 cash or 150 on time Gov Beckham is two years old and weight 1100 pounds I think he is the best Bull of his age I ever sav W L GRADY Oradyviile Ky S L POWELL ATTORNEYATLAW COLUMBIA KY 0Will practice in Adair and adjoining couni tcs Collections a specialty C 5Oi1cc Pages Block second floor with f S Harris News office A LJfit And Death Fight Mr W A Hines of Manchester Ia writing oT bis almost miraculous escape from death savs Exposure after measles induced serious lung trouble which ended in Consumption I had frequent hemorrages and coughed night and day All my docrors said I must soon die Then I began to use Dr Kings New DIsco ery wJilch wholly cured me Hundreds have used it on my advice and all say it never fails to cure Throat Chest and Lung troubles Regular size 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at T E Paulls Drug Store Kentucky Squirrel No 427 By Red Squirrel he by Black Squirrel sumIDESCRIPTION Kentucky Squirrel was foaled In 1887 is n brown 151 hands and is rich and fashionably bred We do not believe there is a saddle Station living that can out act him As a threeyearold he was shown all through Kentvcky and was never defeated in his ring and at the close of the season he was sold t J W Bales of Richmond r Ky for 1000 He Is a perfect model a horse of wonderful endurance and a very superior actor II char proven him elf a number one breeder S T Harbison of Lexington recently sold a mare sired by him for SCOO If you want a jihorsc that is large enough tine enough and does enough breed to Kentucky Squirrel COFFEY BROS Columbia Kentucky Jordan PeacockRegister No 1148 Vol3 day when plug horses brought a good price has past but the IThohas never been crowded with good combined animals and just now fancy combined horses are bringing almost fabulous prices The difference between the scrub and the fashionably bred horse is but a trifle in the cost of the season That it pays every man to breed to the best is an undisputed fact Jordan Peacock 114S has not only made himself known in the many hotly contested honors he has won in the best shows of Kentucky and Tennessee but his get are bring ing the highest market price paid for fancy combined horses through out the whole country In Jordan Peacock you will find the finest style and action and the finish of a thoroughbred which he is close ly backed on both sides As a breeder he has no superior Ho im 1parts to his offspriDgs that kind disposition which h e himself posses and which is one of the most essential features of a useful animal This fine horse will be permitted to serve mares for 10 to insure a living colt HHZELW00DStandard Bred Hazelwood is a Chestnut Sorrel 1G1 hands Was sired by Nut al wood 10825 he by Nutwood GOO Nutwood sold for 2800 when twentyfour yearn old and was the sire of Belmont Boy 215 and wasdy ls ter he by Imported Messenger This fine horse will servo mares at a price to sui t the times to insure a living colt Dont halt between two opinions but raise the best stock and se euro the best price J I have duo pasture at a reasonable price for thosr i who wish to leave mares W L GRADY Gradyville Ky Dt=ND CH7TIN GE1RMOWER I Are receiving t1Ie highest praise from those who use them have merits tba t cannot be downed by any competitor SimplicityI in construction j lightness of draught and durability combined in one machine make rt hard for theory to down Come and examine these machines before you buy I have a big stock Saddles Harness Bridles i and in fact a very thing kept in a firstclass Saddlery store Repair i work done on shot t notice r JW JACKMAN I 01 EL HUGHES COMPANY WHOLESALE fi SASH J DOORS tBLINDS J l OULDINGS-J oUK new Lumber Warehouse which we have just com pleted being situated on the railroad is well stocked I with all IREEDSee the it Robinson f Thermal k Bath Cabinet It is cheap durable and no family can well afford to do without it A great many are using it and are ready to recommend it For sale by J J 75 S75LJVIONS j and also at The News office UpTo=Date ffiillinerq arc now receiving ourspring d summer goods from IYo and Cincinnati markets Our goods are o the very latest styles and will surpass any ever shown in Columbia We invite all our friends and customers in Adair and adjoining counties Jto come and see our stock be ore buying Our prices will be as low as the lowest We eceivo new goo ds every week JWjfs Tito Biradsham v JUiss Effie Bfadshaua trxmt t d 2 L i PERSONAL MENTION Judge J W But lor is in Frankfort Mr Fred McLean was in Louisville last week Mr Cravens was in Lebanon last MondayMr BBarbee was in Louisville last r weekMr N M Tutt attended the reun ion at Louisville Dr Loren Williams Glasgow is visiting in Columbia Mrs J D Walker was visiting Mrs Murrell tide first of the week Mrs Mary Harvey returned from Louisville Monday night Mrs J McFarland returned from Campbellsvilie Saturday afternoon Mr H C Walker and wife of Grady yule were in Columbia Monday Mr Jo Smith of Honey Grove Tex as is visiting in Adair county Mr James Garnett Jr is in Frankfort on professional business IMiss Alice Mudd Greensburg is via 4 iting relatives in this city Mr C 1tI Breeding and wife left for Ardmore I T yesterday morning Rev Geo H Burton of Longmirers South Carolina is visiting in Columbia Mr V M Gowdy and Mr Tucker of Campbellsvilie were in Columbia Sun day Mr Geo H Gowdy made his regular trip to this place this first day of this monthBlanche Walker a little niece of Mrs Kizzie Murrell is spending a week in ColumbiaMrs Johnston Louisville and Mr Nat Gaither Hopkinsville are inI ColumbiaJudge W Jones and Mr Henry 1Aaron left for the Monroe circuitcourt of the week Mrs E L Hamilton nee Miss Lula McLean of McCrory Ark is visiting h relatives here Mrs Mattie Coleman and son of Nashville are visiting Mr Samuel Al len and family In this county Mr Leslie Allen who has been attending a business college in Bowling Green has returned home Gen W II Odcll and wife Salem Oregon who have been visiting in Co lumbia left for their home yesterday Miss Bettie Gilmer Honey GroveI Texas is visiting relatives in Columbia stopping at the residence of Mr J W Coy Mrs John Rynierson nee Miss Millie Baker who lives on Rolling Fork near Hustonville is visiting relatives in ColumbiaDr Sallee has been suffering with a rising on his arm for the past ten days consequently he has been absent from his office Messrs Richard Cowherd and Shreve Durham and Mrs Ida Allen Greens burg attended religious services at this place last Sunday Mrs J W Butler Mr W E Brad shaw and wife Mrs Georgia Shelton and son Reed Hon M Rey Yarberry Messrs E W Reed and Henry Fulks attended the reunion Mrs Annie Smith a former resident of Columbiaa most excellent Chris tian ladynow making her home in Fort Worth Texas is visiting rela tives in this community and vicinity Miss Mary Todd this city while suffering with headache last Monday took a dose of Antikamnia producing congestion of the stomach and for several hours she was in a critical con dition She is now much better Miss Lillie Yingltng a young lady well and favorably known in this com munity who for some years has made her home with the family of Mr A Hunn left last week to visit an UncleI who resides in Baltimore Md Her I many friends trust that she will have a pleasant visit and a safe return to Columbia She expects to be absent quite a while LOCAL JOTTINGS Adair county farmers set many acres in tobacco last week Circuit court will begin at Jamestown Monday week the third Monday You can buy the best SISAL BIN DER TWINE at 131 cents per pound from Wm Jeffries Ss Son The Green River Hotel Greensburg is being repainted and will soon pre sent a very inviting appeared Lost in ColumbiaA fountain pen last Monday The finder will please return to Dr J H Grady To those owing me eitherby note or account please call at the Bank of Co lumbia for settlement C M Breeding Prof W E Stapp will sing at Chris tjap Chapel Russell count the fourth Sunday ip Jppc Everybody invited When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fareand well located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly Mr BOreing has introduced a bill in Congress in favor of Henry Baker of Adair county He asks that a pension of 312 per month be allowed him LOST A silver watch near the res idense ofJ bRice The finder will leave it at the News office and recieve a dollar f W J Winfrey I 2tL J fi Mr Rue Montgomery this county has been restored to citizenship b9 Governor Beckham The outfit which published the Horse Cave Times has been purchased by the Glasgow Republican and removed w Glasgow Very few people in town last Monday There was not much business in court and many preferred to remain upon their farms The bath cabinent sold by J A Sal man is giving general satisfaction Persons who are indelicate health should not fail to secure one I have a Deering Mower and Steel rake for sale good as new and extrme ly low in pricecause for selling no grass Bud Triplett Columbia Ky LoST3 large blue album containing several pictures I will reward the finder Leave at NEWS office W H WADE Miss Lula Nell who is a sister of Mrs JG Eubank this city was mar ried in Clarksville Tenn two weeks ago to Mr Milton Martin a young businessman of Madlsonyille Ky lam now selling at cost for cash the entire stock of Dry goods Grocer ies Hardware c owned by C R Warriner Allen Pile assignee or C R Warriner R F Paull raised lJ500 Ibs of tim othy hay on two acres ofmeadow sold the same at 85 cts per hundred amounting to un 75 Hows that for a city farmer The King Mantel Company 224 West Jefferson St Louisville sell the best and cheapest mantels in the city They represent three of the best factories and manufacturer much of their stock 523m The ladies of Columbia who are in terested in caring for the graves of our dead are requested to meet this Wed nesday afternoon at the Hancock hotel at 4 oclock The cemetery is bad ly needing attention The bridge men were here last week and took the measurmentsatMilltown and Plumpoint The material is being rapidly gotten out at the factory and the bridges will be completed by the first of September At the Methodist District Confer euce held in Russell county last week Messrs G P Dillon Parks Van Boy were ordained ministers Also a gen tleman named Brown and one named Lafevers A Mrs Harvey we do not know her husbands name living in the Elroy country gave birth to twins a short time ago Immediately after their birth their parents named them Russell Murrell for the wellknown firm Russell Murrell this city Mr R G Halligan representing the Louisville office oj the Mutual Mercrn tile Agency was in town the first of the week Mr Halligan states the Mutual Mercantile Agency is much larger and truer in Its reports than any other in the whole country For Sale My home place containing 22 acres good dwelling outbuildings etc It is in the vicinity of Cane Val ley Also 50 acres of land one and a half miles east of Cane ValleyC Cane Valley Ky Last winter the Columbia and Camp bellsvilie Turnpike Company was indicted in the Adair Circuit Court for failing to keep up the road Mr Geo H Gowdy President of the road settled the matter by compromise last week paying about fifty dollars The meeting at the Baptist Church continues Rev Dew who Is assisting the pastor is a sound reasoner and a free and easy speaker He presents the Gospel in its simplicity but with such force to leave lasting impressions The meeting will continue through the week and perhaps longer The question as to who entitled to the school draw Miss Emeline Laps ley or Miss Fannie Smythe both hav ing taught in the Glenville district last year was settled at the recent term of court in favor of Miss Lapsley It is our understanding that Miss Smythe will also be paid for her servi ces by patrons of the district Mr W P Smith and Miss Jennie May Hoy were united in marriage last Sunday The ceremony was performed by Rev W H C Sandidge at the home of the brides mother near Gra dyville This marriage was a surprise to nearly every body in the neighbor hood only the closest friends being ad vised of the contemplated step Dr J H Grady and Mr A D Pat teson enumerators for West and East Columbia districts are busy at work and we take it that the other six gentlemen in the county filling like posi tions are as equally industrious The work of taking the census must be completed all over the united States in this month A copy of tie first issue of The Danville News has reached this office It is a six column quarto neatly got ten up and filled with choice reading It is Deraocratlp and edited by Mr R O Cunningham who formerly published the Middlesborough Record He is a graceful writer and a Democrat who speaks out in meetin The News is published by a jointstock cow pany and starts with flattering pros poets + s J n The Baptist Revival The caption to this article does not mean that tbe series of meetings now going on in Columbia are strictly de uomlnational The work is open to all Christians who will assist in per suading men and women to take up the cross and follow Jesus It is being held at the Baptist church conducted by Baptist ministers without taint of selfishnessRev who is assisting the pastor delivered a very convincing sermon last Sunday forenoon His discourse was upon the subject of riches and tbe unsatisfactory lives of those who have and are striving to pile up worldly goods As an introductory to the sermon the speaker read a number of passages of Scripture bearing upon riches and the evH results of hoarding wealth the point being that lovers of money are forgetful of their souls never commune with their God but are continually seeking after the dollarthe pleasures of the world caring nothing for future happiness in the world beyond Pathetically did he relate a number of incidents showing that wealth can not satisfy but often strengthenshar dened hearts His admonition to sinners to give up the ways of the world and follow the lowly Nazarine was touching and ma ny eyes were bedimmed with tears as the story of Christ and the comforting assurances of a bright home beyond the skies were potrayed Rev Dew is a strong preacher and we trust that much lasting good will be the result of his stay in Columbia A Southern gentleman by birth and rearing a child of God by accepting the promises of his Savior WHO PREACHES NEXT SUNDAY Solomon Turpin at Shiloh morning Dunbars School House in the evening- E W Barnett at Zion morning Cane Valley evening Lawrence Williams Campbellsville T L Hulse at Gradyville- W H C Sandidge at Marrowbone- T F Walton this city- I M Pierce at Freedom- C F Breeding at Providence- H T Jessee at Big Creek- J L Kilgore at Mt Carme- lJ F Roach at Harrods Fork Tobias Huffakcr at Smiths Chapel morning Glennville evening- I W Dew this city WB Cave at West Fork It is said by those who attended the Confederate reunion from this place last week thatno Veteran present attracted more attention than Mr Gai ther Bryant of this county He was a gallant soldier and was a general fa vorite with his comrades many of whom he had not seen since the war closed Mr Bryant never shirked a fight and when a battle was on he stood up loaded his gun took deliber ate aim as though shooting at a spot contrary to orders all soldiers being commanded to lie down By such ac tions be attracted the attention of his regiment and it was by this daring conduct that he was so distinctly re membered Messrs E M Blakeman and P F Marshall Circuit mod County Court Clerks of Green county are very effi cient gentlemen and are always found at their respective places of business To win graces with the populace coun ty officials must be courteous and ac commodating and these qualifications the above named gentlemen possess We do not know that they will stand for reelection but should they again ask the support of their constituents they will have a sufficient following to retain them in office Mr J N Lee another good man is the school Super intendent making a splendid officer He too may be a candidate for reelection The Columbia District Conference held at Mount Pleasant last week was well attended and an unusual interest was shown The usual Kentucky has pitality was displayed and the meeting was both pleasant and profitable The first day was devoted to Sunday School work A plan to educate a Chinese boy for the ministry was com pleted and 20000 raised for this pur pose The young Chinamans Ameri can name will be Jesse L Murrell The meeting concluded Sunday even ing with preaching and baptising at Old Liberty church Capt J W Prowell whb was born and rearel on the farm now belonging to J R Montgomery four miles from Columbia is now in this locality visi ting friends and to view his old home Capt Prowell served in the Mexican war and when the Civil war broke out he made a good soldier in the Confed ate ranks Hishome is in Cedar coun ty Mo and this is his first visit to this section since 1852 He is now 73 but active and vigorous for a man of that age He attended the reunion n Louisville and came out here to spend a week or so Mr W L Walker who was in Co lumbia the first of the week informed us that in the Nell country the largest acreage of tobacco for years has been set Nearly all the farmers in that section are making an effort to grow unusually large crops The w feat Jn that locality has been damaged some by the fly prospects for other products about up to an average Cash subscribers since our last issue W B Morris Alvis Mont gomery Mrs John A Turner Wm McQueary J W Roberts E D Holladay Stua-rt x oS i 04t J They Are Very Pleasant Smokers attention He has come at last The Never Down Log Run and Keystone cigar Its made of cabbage leaves and rotten stock bad flavor If you dont believe it try one nod you will like it Ask your merchant for it Manufactured by S L Howicn Som erset Ky We are requested to state that the young men who wrecklessly fired their pistols on the Greensburg road a few nights ago while some ladies were re turning home from church are known If this conduct is repeated the matter will be turned over to the next grand jury Mr Cary Elliott a native of Adair county who has been living in Missouri for many years is visiting his old friends in the county of his nativity Mr Elliott was reared a Whig but when that party went to the wall he became identified with the Democratic party and at every election since that time he has either cst his vote accord ingly or has not voted at all Reed Miller are now soliciting par ties to lease telephone boxes for a pe riod of three years with a view of put ing in an exchange office in this town If they succeed in securingtwenty five persons who will take phones they will in the near future put in the ex change that will include all lines that enter this town We trust that they will succeed in this enterprise as it would bea great convenience and worth many times what it would cost GRADYVILLE We are having plenty of ripe cher ries H A Moss is in Cumberland county this week looking after staves A J Bridgwater of Edmonton was here one day last week B E Rowe passed through here one day last week enroute to Glasgow on a visit to his sister- S A Harper spent several days of last week at Greensburg shipping hoop polesRobt McCaffree our county Surveyor was in our midst one day last weekI W W Yates and wife spent last week with relatives at Edmonton Prof Francis Milltown who will teach our Iree school was with us last weekMessrs Terry and Pedigo Hiseville were in our town last week looking a f ter fine horses Mr Lewis Cabell Camp Knox passed through here last week enroute for Burksvillc Mr Matthew Armstrong Creelsboro was here looking at W L Gradys fine horses recently Mr R L Caldwell who has been confined to his room for several days with lagrippe is improving Miss Lou McCaffree Columbia is spending this week with her cousin Miss Bert McCaffree Mr John Coomer one of the best shots in this section killed four crows at one shotIMessrs W C Yates and StrongHill have just returned from Glasgow where Mr Yates bought an interest in a carding machine and will at once locate at that place Mr George H Nell of the firm of Smith Nell returned from Cumber land county last Saturday where he bought 105 head of sheep for 500 Miss Mattie Smith bought early in the spring from Polk Praits Guthrie three Mammoth Bronze turkeys for 850 She has set 86 eggs and has hatched 81 turkeys Mr Smith in forms us that when these turkeys ma ture they weigh anywhere from 40 to 50 pounds each Messrs H C Walker J A Diddle J W Walker and Garfield Flowers attended the R C V at Louisville last week RevHulse and family Prof G P Dillon C O Moss and wife Miss Sal lie Diddle and Josie Caldwell are attending the Methodist Conference this week in Russell county We have had goods rains for the past week and it revived our farmers as welt as vegetation Wheat oats and grass have a different appearance and looks pow like we might have a very good yield- Farmers say that there has been more tobacco plants set in this part of thecounty in the last week than there ever was before in the same length of time Every farmer in this section of the county has anywhere from one to ten acres set Dr S A Taylors and Jo Hunters babies have been very sick for the past few days Married at the residence of P Montgomery Miss Laura Coomer to Mr Shelly Wilson on May 31st Rev Wilson tied the congugal knot- CAi1PBELLSVILLE The Campbellsville Lumber Compa ny now has engaloted 21 saw mills rutting lumber for it Theyare scattered all the way from Taylor county to Somerset The company is doing an enormous business employing a large number of hands and expending large sums of money among the people much to their benefit Mr 17 P Walling is the manager of the firm Much needed rains have fallen inmost parts of the county About a month ago Mrs J W Kerr with her son aged about 12 months lay asleep on a bed at the resieence of her husband in thisJplace A colored J 4 eO o pe e domestic named Myrta Tucker approached the bedside and poured a quantity of carbolic acid In the childs mouth The screams of the child aroused the mother and medical aid was summoned The mouth which was badly burned apparently healed in course of time but the childs health was ruined It lingered until death came on the 31st ult sympathies of the community is with the bereav ed parents What the motive was that actuated the wretch to perpetrate this fiendish deed is as yet a mystery The girl was lodged and is now in jail in default of a thousand dollar bond It will be apt to go hard with her The L C N has at last yielded to public sentiment and is now running two daily trains between Lebanon and Greensburg One exclusively for passengers and the other for freight A passenger coach is attached to the latter This is an immense improvement on the old system of running a mixed train composed of passengers miscel laneous freight and all kinds of stock to the great annoyance of the traveling publicOn farm of Mitchell Mays six miles south of Campbellsville a little son of Will Dudgeon was bitten on one of his feet in two places a day or two ago He became qUickly unconscious and was only revived by the free use of whisky which saved as is supposed the childs life The child is still quite sick but the chances for recovery are favorableThe are jubilant over the news that Taylor has decided to run for Governor Can Governor Mount do without him looms up in the minds of some over curious people The morning freight train from Leb anon got stalled in the Muldroughs tunnel last Friday and was delayed one and a half hours Nobody hurt but the passengers were considerably smokedWheat has been injured by the fly and will be cut to 50 or GO per cent of an average crop BURKSVILLE The new iron bridge across Renox creek has been completed and is a valuable improvement to the county It cost 2200 and was built by the Cham pion Bridge Co of Wilmington Ohio Mrs Katherine Pulliam of Cloyds Landing has been seriously ill for some weeks and she hasnt much chance of recovery R K Young of near here bought a fine lot of sheep from Bob McComas last week Mrs J A French Ellingtou is on the sick list but is improving There are lots of saw logs lying along the banks of the river awaiting a tide Miss Eflle McGee visited in town last week Miss Lula French Ellington is vis iting her sister Mrs R A Cary at this place Jo Blumberg a Jew has put up a stock of goods in the old Baker house Wiley Bouldin and Tilden Waggen have put up a new feed and livery stable at this place The firm isstyled Bouldin Waggener Miss Dora Collins visited Miss Cor delia Riley of Red Banks Saturday and Sunday The epidemic of measles has about subsidedDecoration Day has been generally unobserved here and entirely so except the decoration of one grave Judge J J Simpson County Clerk M M Col lins Dr J H Myers and Leslie Cary enwreathed and strew flowersupon the grave of Capt JohnT McLain Capt McLean will always be remembered with an intermixture of admiration and curiosity by those who knew him and will be looked upon with some degree of mystery and superstition by those whose information comes second handed The grave situated upon the summit of the Big Hill the highest point in Cumberland county and more than 000 feet above the sealevel Here the body of the once brave Capt McLain has been resting for more than thirty years a view from which place down upon the Cumberland valley and the town of Burksville below the ver dured hills to the right and left and een Cumberland mountains the horizon must rival the grandeur of Yosemite Capt McLain was bur ied at this point at his own request which was made a few minutes before he died by his own hand He shot himself in a little house lately used by Dr J C Hcrriford just below the Burksvillc Hotel His request was to be buried by a certain rosebush on the summit of the Big Hill and it is told that he said that this was as near Heaven as he could ever get and that he wanted to be buried there for that reason This is probably not true however The gravo is marked by one small white headstone containing the inscription Capt J T McLain Co J 1st Ky Cavalry The following conccrniqg Capt Me Lain is copied from tbe AdjutantGcn orals sport Capt T Mo Lain was enrolled August 20 J861i mustered in December 5 JgflJ at Camp Doyle Kentucky for three years was promoted from 1st Sergeant to 2nd Lieutenant August 10 1862 promoted to 1st Lieutenant July 4 1863 promoted to Captain June 30 1864 Captain McLain was an eccentric man but greatly beloved by his comrades He killed a man by the name of Dick Watson a union soldier thinking he was a guerrilla He was an inebriate and it said that this led to his suicide Mrs Caroline Williams rofLeslie is a sister of his 0 alt its lx l 0 Warrant Issoefl 4 forTaulors flrrest s The Fugitive Wanted For Plotting to Assassinate His Rival Wm Goebelf JUDGE GflNTRILL ORDERS PROGESS Special to The Time- sFrankfort Ky May 31Circcuit Clerk Ford received an order from Judge Cantrill at noon directing him to issue a bench warrant against William S Taylor on an in dictment charging him with being an accessory to the Goe bel murder The bench warrant was issued and placed in the hand of Acting Sheriff John Suter County Clerk Ford confirms the report that the Taylor indictment was returned the third week of the late term of the Circuit Court and was entered of record at that time but was not made public at the time because of the factthat no bench warrant had been awarded on it The order of Judge Cantrill to issue the bench warrant and to make the indictment public was issued from Versailles where the Circuit Court is now in session What Taylor Says About It By Associated Press Indianopolis Ind May 31W S Taylor who is at Martinsville today confired the report that a warrant had been issued for lips arrest in connection with the Goebel murder Mr Taylor said he received private advices to this effect early today He refused to speak in detail concerning the affair further than to state that the latest de velopments will have no effect on his future plans He will come to this city from Martinsville tomorrow It is be lieved that an attempt will be made to serve the warrant in this city Russell + Springs Hotel VflUGHW G1 RHRW Prrop- sKI71TCBLE KENTXJGKV 0T HE RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL Is now open for summer boarders It is the largest and most complete Hotel in this part of te State Rates for adults 500 per week for children under 12 years 250 When persons stay one month or more rates are cut to 100 per week Horses cared for at reasonable rates All attention within our power will be given to make your stay a pleasant one if you come to the Russell Springs Hotel CANE VALLEY Mrs S D Dohoney of McKinney Tex is visiting relatives here Mr Jo Smith of Honey Grove Tex Is visiting his brother Wm Smith of this place Mr Creed Watson who has been liv ing in Montrose Cal for the last 38 years has returned to Adair county to make his future home Sam Pollard of Williamsburg was here Saturday C D Murrell and wife Campbells vilie were visiting here Saturday and SundayJohn Eubank returned to Decatur Ala where he is employed by the L N R R Company Messrs Creed Hood J W Sublett Frank Shepherd Jim Sublett J G Sublett Misses Vie Judd Mert Page and Dr Moore and family attended the U C Vat Louisville last week GREENSBURQ Born to the wife of R L Durham May 21 a son The Hessian fly has destroyed sever al entire crops of wheat in this county and has injured all more or less Tile farmers setagroatdealof tobac co last week- Woodson Lewis is prearing for the erection of his new building He is removing the debris from the burnt block and a Mr Gooden from Lebanon is preparing to mould the brick on E K Vanmeters lot on Buckners hill Many from this town and county arc attending the R C V at Louisville this week John Penick brother of B W Pen ick of this place arrived here last week for a few days visit Mr Pcnlck was raised in this county but now re sides tn Texas J A Hobson is repairing his dwelling raising it to a twostoy bulling W R Myers wife returned last weekfrom an extended visit to his sister In Texas J M Howell has purchased onehalf interest in the Heizer Drug Co an we understand that the firm will b composed of W C Heizer S Jim Mat Howell Drs Taylor Shively Tucker having sold their interest to the two above named NELL j afteratongwith the greatest fortitude He was ht4rl AS r I 75 years old and a consistent Christian and was ready and willing to meet bis God The entire community extend sympathy to the bereaved family Born to the wife of J T Hamilton on the 27 a girl Rev Jim England preached an interesting sermon atEast Fork church last SundayMr Moss is the superintendent of a very flourishing Sunday School at this place Mr Curt Hindman and Miss Rena Nell of Gradyvillc was visiting the family of S R Walker last Saturday and Sunday Rufus Pulliam while hunting shotrand killed two squirrels at one shot KIMBLE F L Wilson was in Somerset this weekMiss Mary Holladay has returned from Cray Craft where she has been 1 visiting her sister E Humble was in Clinton county last week looking after staves O B Vaughan is in Louisville this weekMisses Haidee Rowe and Ethel Pat terson Jamestown were visiting here last week John McFarland Rowena was in Kimble last week Mr Cundiff has moved to H CBa kers cottage Judge J D Irvin Is having a nice veranda built to his residence Mrs Marion Bradshaw who has been very low with pneumonia fever for some time is improving A and J Stokes of Stokes were here last week Quite number of our people attend ed the M E Conference at Mt Pleas ant fast week Mr and MrsWm Long Stokes were visiting Mr and Mrs J M Vaughan Prof W M Smith of the Georgetown College Georgetown was here last week dreturnedfrom Somerset where she leas been at tending college for some months One of Mr A R Humbles mules died Friday He paid 115 for it only f a short time since- Preparations are now belngniadelor another banjo ki t here JJL crpbodyislrlvStefltocosleahtllring sbanjoAr r y l rt 1i f c 0 J- Sf Stay On the Farm Boys eft One among the mistaken Ideas and I will aid evil tendencies which has long been prevalent N the desire of pysto quit the farm and go to ti town or titles and huut for some sy job Parents to some enteul encourage this They conclude that their boys will never be gentleman If they remain on the farm There can be no greater mistake than this Your buy may not in his every day garb ap pear su nice a gentleman as the boys towu but he has a better opportunity to be a nicer and truer gentleman in wardly Fine clothes flashy watch fobs and white hands never did nor never will make a true gentleman I dont mean by this that there are no nice boys or good people In town no f no far from it there are some as trareto and noble peopleboth young and old in towns as live on the earth But I mean towns are not a safe place for boys to go with the expectation of getting easy places and having a good time And we all know too the contaminating influences of towns and cities are much greater than in the country and on the farm So boys dont be afraid of the farm It is both an honorable and pleasant vocation and you can be just as intelligent as anyone else In deed the occupation will aid you to be more so Washington Lincoln Grant Gartleld Hamilton Tilden Hays Blaine and many other noted and worthy men were farmer boys And if you never be anything but a farmer you have the honor of being one of the kings of the land and everyone lethim be lord of wealth or fame is dependent upon you for his daily bread The farmer too has the pleasure of being dally associated with all that God has ordained to make one happy and enjoy this life lie is the first to see the morning sun roll up on its golden wheels and the last to view its receding beauty as its sinks back into its far Western home Ilev Sam Jones says any old negro can raise wheat and any politician can raise hell but when It comes to raising a boy so that he will make a man you have the grandest work ever intrusted to man While llev Sams expressions in regard to the matter is rathercuncouth it conveys a grand thought and one that all parents should consider well for to raise children as they should be is not only grand responsible but grave as well Luke in llodgenvillc Herald A Wealth Of Beauty Is of ten hidden by unsightly Pimples Kczcmi Tetter Erysipelas Salt Rheum etc Bucklens Arnica Salve c will glorify the face by curing all Skin Eruption also Cuts Bruises Burns Boils Felons Ulcers and worst of Piles Only 25 eta a box Cure Guaranteed Sold by T E Paull Druggist Ex Magistrate Jabez Edwards an aged citizen of Sunny Brook Wayne county was found dead in bed A Monster Devil Fish Destroying its victim is a type of Constipation The power of this mal ady is felt on organs nerves muscles and brain But Dr Kings New Life Pills arc a certain and safe cure BestI r In the world for Stomach Liver Kid keys and Bowels Only 25 cents at r E 1aulls Drug Store Ircshiunt McKinley took a trip on a tug to observe the eclipse Can it be that IIl wanted to see how he would I hxik UUl r the November election One of the cbiejest charms about the vast wisdom of the sweet girl graduate is that it generally evaporates before she irrmvs to be a woman A Gallon of PURE LINSEED OIL mixed r wltaacallooof AtJ1J6I1tttr1 rfv mtnAkea Ctf QUA I of your paint bill DURABLE than PORE WHITE LEAD DJtRf Nov rot SONOUS HAMMAH PAINT U made or the BET orPAINT MATZBlAts such axxxl paintersyuTBa ands ground THICK ISVIIi any boy can do JLJItb COMMON SENSE orPAINT can bo made at r I NOT TO CRICK BLISTER FEU or Carr I F HAMBMK PAINT CO fit Sold and guaranteed byt T L mil1 f f V Y t r ii Scheme of nice and Men Finley says he may muke Indian hpc ilshis permanent home Tbis tuayIs important There is as much virtue in amuy as in anIU eThe point in this may is that af eater Juiiiiary 7 luol Itniiausi will have another Governor than Mount The probability is that the next Governor will not believe in proieciiou for murderers or fugitives from other States charged with complicity murder In that event it might not be convenient Infur the late Secretary of State to make Indiana his permanent home Air Finley ought to stick to Ken lucky In no other State of the Unfu could he have been selected by the He publicans as Secretary of State But he appears to prefer recently to keep out of the State and to resort to some which the Federal Constitution duos not extend If the November election should indicate that Indiana is not thereafter to be an outlying province to which the Constitution is not applicable he might have to ifse to some other perhaps to the Philip pines The Sultan ol Sulu maybe would like to meet mim Posslbl Aguinaldo if he should escape arses until next January would like to have u m as un oily It is clear however that it is too urly for Mr Fiuiey to choose Indiana as a permanent place of residence It must tirst be determined whether In diana is subject to the Federal Constitution and on that point the judgment of the people can hardly be aoubtful Mall events Nominee Durbin must stale whether he intends to make In diaiui a refuge for criminals from oth cr Status Unless he shall do this 1 appears wholly improbable that he will ever be Governor of Indiana The peo pie of Indiana we feel sort do not in tend to convert their great State into another Botany Bay So Mr Finleys scheme like others of mice and men mostly mlcemay gang agley CourierJournal Would Not Suffer So Again Fol Nifty Times Its Price 1 awoke last night with severe pains in my stomach I never felt so badly in all my life When I came down to work this morning I felt so weak I could hardly work I went to S McCurdys drug store and they recommended Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It work ed like magic and one dose fixed me alright It certainly is the finest thing 1 ever used for stomach trouble I shall not be without it in my home hereafter for I should not care to endure the sufferings of last night again for fifty times its prlceG H WIL SON Liveryman Burgettstown Wash- s ington Co Pa This remedy is for sale by M Cravens Throw Open Party Doors The following extract is taken fro Senator Blackburns open letter to th Democracy of Kentucky published In the CourierJournal some days ago The paramount question when no principals is involved is success at the polls and it is not of national politics that I desire to speak but to consider how Kentucky is to be brought bick where it belongs into the Democratic column Except for dissensions in its ranks the party Is forty thousand stronger in the State than the Repub licans That it should be classed byC some in the doubtful list Isto say theI least not flattering nor complimentary- to the party leadership in the Statej hope we have safely passed the in flammatory stage and are now so far recovered that we can cease fighting and reason with each other expending all our surplus energies on the common foe In all of his public utterances Mr Bryan has stated substantially that the doors of the party are swung open for the return of all Democrats and also for the reception of new recruits from all parties which sentl ment has been crystalized in the calla of the National Committee As we arc soon to hold a State ConI and as the call must precede the convention and define who are to be participants I suggest this That all Democrats of every shade of opinion or previous position on platform or nominee and alljotbcr persons who will agree to vote for the party nominees are requested to participate in the selection of delegates to the State Con to be held In pursuance of the call All who accept these terms who vote and act with the party will doubtless be at once restored by the people to full fellowship in the party n selecting the delegates to the Na Convention I would like to see none except those who were consplcu it ously for Bryan and the platform in 1890 sent to The Senate confirmed the nomina Lion of II B Bryson as postmaster at Carlisle l I f t EDMONTON Mr T H Nunn who has been on the sick list for a few days is about well JIf J B Scott the hotel man who I hOOD wntioed with the fJrlppe fcr some tinjjB is nit again Ben Sam Coleman sun of Dr J Bf Coleman formerly of Sulphur Well took an overdose of morphine on Sunday morning May 20 at 7 A M and died at 430 P Di Moulders stave factory which has been operated here for a year will move iu a few days to Shlves store five miles ForknMiss Etta Compton who has been running a hotel in Louisville has re turned to her property here Mr E B Kinuaird the sheep buyer of Red Lick collected a small lock of sheep on South Fork this week Mrs Kate Wren died at 5 P M the 26 of Grippe She was 85 years ot age The farmers of this county are getting discouraged over the prospects of tobacco season some are hauling water and setting anyway dialtThe Democrats of this couuty are jubilant over the decision of the Supreme Court Quite number of people of this coun ty arc going to attend the Confederate reunion at Louisville this week Barrock Bryan S D Simpson and R n Nunn are in the livery business Those wishing good rigs will be accom modated Dr J A Yates reports four cases oft small pox near Knob Lick At the teachers examination here last Friday and Saturday there were twenty nine applicants for certificates Six making first class nine seconds five thirds and nine failures Charles H Marks while acting in the capacity of nurse at the Second Division Hospital of the Fifth Army- r Corps at Santiago de Cuba used a few bottles of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for diar shoes and found it to work like a charm For sale by M Cravens PARTYrA crowd of young folks from Creelsboro Kendall Rowena and other points met on Coopers Island taking their dinners Saturday May 26 1900 for the purpose of fishing and having a good time in general MrJEdgar Campbell manager of the tiful boat Creelsboro run by gasoline brought the crowd to the Island They arrived about ten oclock a m strolled around over the beautiful large island in search of pretty rocks and shells About 12 oclock thed inner was spread and the bountiful feast was served by all every one enjoying the dinner aboardm oferocks where some delightful music was rendered by Messrs James Me dowsI Cameron Dunbar Ernest Armstrong Fayette Higgenbottom and a Jew from Glasgow by the name of Sparkerton We would like very much to give the II names but there being so many that Rethink it proper to leave them off 3 But very few fish were caught from the river but most all fished on dry land and most every one proved successful 1 We hope to have another pic 3 soon of this kind and hope to have 4 as good behavior and all have as much as was enjoyed this time 1 2A1 wish to say that I feel under last- Ing 3 4 obligations for whatChamberlains 5 Cough Remedy has done for our family We have used it in so many cases of 1 coughs lung troubles and whooping 2 cough and it has always given the 3 most perfect satisfaction we feel greatly indebted to the manufacturers 4 of this remedy and wish them to please our hearty thanks Respectful 1 ly MIlS S DOTY Dcsmolnes Iowa 2 or sale by M Cravens r f 4 Taylors running qualities are first 5 class but he will not be nominated for Governor In fact he will never return 1 to Kentucky until he Is brought back 2 3 Last fall I sprained my left hip while handling some heavy boxes The doc tor I called on said at first it was a slight strain and would soon be well but it grew worse and the doctor then Raid I bad rheumatism It continued S to grow worse and I could hardly get around to work I went to adrugstore and the druggist recommended me to try Chamberlains Pain Balm I tried and onehalf of a 50 cent bottle cured me entirely I now recommend it all my friendsF A BAHCOCK i Erie Pa It Is for sale byM Cravens The trust promoters will dominate the Republican National Convention i LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yard CATTLE Extra shipping S4 75x Co Light shipping 4 6004 Yo Best butchers 4 504 75 Fair to good butchers 4 254 50 Common to medium btchr 3 253 75 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers 225 to 300 lbs 5 25 Fair to good packing 180 to 2001bs 520 Good to extra light 160 to 180 lbs 5 20 SHEEP AND LAHBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 4 004 25 Fair to good 3 5G4 00 Common to medium 2 003 00 L JTardesty f Son Mt Eden Kyf say We consider Morleys tasteless Chill Syrup the best we ever sold We sold ao bottles of it this month and not a iilure in the lot In fact when our doctors Jnd a case hard to cure they send to us for Morleys Tasteless Chill Syrup and it never falls to cure Sold by W M Bell Joppa Ky Congressman D IL Smith and Chas K Wheeler have been renominated without opposition and Gilbert and Allen will be equally as fortunate Now if any of your family are suffer ing with Chills and fever aching of the bones Jaundince Biliousness or any other symptoms of Malarial Pois on we earnestly solicit you to try a 50 cent bottle of Morleys Tasteless Chill Syrup for if used according to direc tions we know it will cure No Cure No Pay Sold by W M Bell Joppa Wonderful Eight Cures cholera diarrhoea mile cramps lameness sprains lumbago swellings pains in the head or body neuralgia rheumatism md tunihiiche all pain internal or oxtcrtcil cured quicker wi th Morley Wonderful Eight than any other remedy Free trial bottles at W M Bells Joppa Precedents are cited by lawyers to show that the Court of Appeals must pass on the motion to affirm as a delay case before the motion to dismiss the minor contest ases without prejudice- can be considered This will block Bradleys scheme to prolong the litigation In pursuance to a call made by tho Democratic State Executive Committee for a State Convention to be held iu Louisville June 14th Nl1tiouulICity July 4thall legal Democrat ic voters of Adair and all persons who will support the nominees of I the Kansas City Convention are requested to meet in mass conven tion in the courthouse in Colum bin Saturday June the 9th at 2 p m standard time for the pur pose of selecting delegates to attend said State convention- C S HARRIS Chairman GORDON MONTGOMERY Secy OUR 6LORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth If not The Weekly En quirer wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The re sult has been as follows VMT Population Year Pvplatlti 1810 JJ39881 1880 31449321 1820 963322 1870 3SSSS371 1830 12888020 I880S01SS783 1840 17089453 1800 82822250 1850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a basis cf calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States excludingrecent acquisitions The result is usually yearTHEto engage all in a study of their coun try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of the United States Census as follows To the first newt correct gnus received 300000To the second 150000 To the third 75000 ToUufonrth 50000 To the fifth 25000 Tothe sixth 20000 To the Tenth 15000 To the next 10 each 100 amounting to 100000 To the not 50 each 50 amounting to 250000 To the next 100 each X25 amouutingto 250000 To the nx 500 ach 10 amounting to 500000 To the next 1630 each amounting to 765000 2197 cash presents amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money equally di videdEvery guess on the above proposi tion must be accompanied by a years subscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER This contest will close a month before the result of the census will be known and officiallycertified by the Director of Census at Washington DC Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRER eluding guess is only too a year Eleven copies and eleven guesses for 1000 For full particulars see WEEKLY ENQUIRER Send all orders to ENQUIRER Co Cincinnati Ohio t PROGR7 MMB r- OF TllE Ministers Meeting TO BE HELD WITH TEE Baptist Church Grad ville I entuckg Juhj 1012 1900 Tuesday Morning Devotional ExercisesW B Cave 2 How may we unify and build up the Lords work In our sectionW S Dudgeon First study in RomansJ C Massie Tuesday Afternoon Devotional ExercisesRobert Wilson w Responsibility the ordination of Ministers W T Underwood First study in the Phillippians W B McGarlety The pastor and his workJ B Ferrell- Wednesday Morning Devotional ExercisesB Y Wilson By whom is a man called to the ministry and what are the evidences of a- callW L Pierce Second study in PhilltppiansW B McGariety Exegesis Matt 28 1920A C Cree SoulwinnlngW B Cave Wednesday Afternoon Devotional ExerciseJ A Pierce Second study in Romans J C Massie How Iprepare my sermonsJames Cook Exegesis John 10 2729W B McGarlety Thursday Morning Devotional ExercisesH S Bell The Bible and Missions J C Massie and H T Jesse How I study my BibleEdgarW Barnett Third study in RomansJ C Massie Bible reading on giving T M Green- Thursday Afternoon Devotional ExercisesE F Tucker Third study in PhlllpplansV B McGarlety Is regeneration necessary tu church membership General Discussion A cordial invitati on is extended to all by the Grady ville Baptist Church sr8ccKDOOcccOCc- ay X 11 nu Hotel PIKE CJ iMPBELLr MANAGER MOST CENTBJ OLY LOCATED urn BEST CON DCCrjBD 2001 IOTEL IN TUB CITY LOCATED j NEAR THE TIIBJ VTRES CHURCHES AID WHOLE ALE nousxs 0 r TIIE CITY eo I LYXVZLLrtiNL1FTr W Viaai ti I 4 j 1 PATTERSON HOTEL JRMESTONLN KY I So 1 etter place canto found than at the above named hotel d It is new elegantly furnished and the ta ble at all times sup plied with the best the market affords Feed Sta ble in con i niction t r B PArrER30 i Proprietor a 4 Universal Woodworker Turning Lathe and 1Scroll Sawp l AM NOW PREPARED to do any kind of fancy scroll and turned work My shop will be at the Columbia Rol ler mill If you want to build a house or repair a porch call on me and get my prices for Columns Banisters Brackets Newel Posts Hand Rails for Stairways Fvery fancy piece of work needed about a house I build verandas at the lowest figures and furnish the latest designs Call and see me J G MORRISON High GlassTailorinoI I PflUL H WflGGENER Represents IT IIgoodsmeasure from 6 and upward You can save money by buying from me and get exactly what you want The retailer and jobber are left out See my samples and prices I can furnish a mackintosh to suit any individual on earth It cost you nothing to examine them You avoid trust prices If you want a suit a pair of paints vest or mackintosh drop me a card and I will call on you CRCORNPROPRIETORS DESYOF TH- EMarbleLebanon Works LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of ANDGRANLTE MARBLE 1m tm1WDl lPRICES LOW VVORK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WBI F JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky New Store at 8 Russell Springs 0 r The undersigned have just opened up a Dry Goods Store at the above named place We handle Dry Iiesa specialty of Clothing We invite your 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