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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t k h TIjE ADAIR COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1900 NUMBER 45 ElIllill POSTOJFFICE DIRECTORY J M Russell Postmaster Office hours week days 700 a m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY Cisforr COURT Three sessions a year Third Monday in January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit JudgeW W Jones Commonwealth a Attorney N H W Aaron SherlffJ W Hurt ClerkJno B Coffey Counnr COURT First Monday In each month JudgeJ W Butler County Attorney Jas Gs tnett Jr ClerkT B Stults JailerS H Mitchell AssessorG A Brftdshavr SurveyorR T McCaffree School SuptW D Jonea CoronerLeonard Pletcher 3iyCouBT Regular court second Monday in rach month JdgeJ W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BOBSSVILLB SIBBET Rev TF Walton j pastor Services second and fourth Sundays- n each month Sundayschool at 9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BUKZSVILLB SIBBET Rev J L Kilgore pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GREENSBORO STREET Her E W Barnett Tutor Services third Sunday In each month Hapdayschol every Sabbath at 9 L m Prayer jiceting Tuesday nightCHRISTIAN CAMrCELteviLLB PIKE Elder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC MBcgutar eachdaynightonmonth G T R STULTS Sccj COLUMBIA CHAPTER R A M No7 meets first Monday night In monthJ H P T R Stalls Secret- arycarsp = =Q Conover Hotel JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor Columbia Kentucky 4 HIS110tel fe one of the best in this I section of the state It is a large ew brick containing twentyelght ooms all elegantly furnished Good ample rooms and the table is sup lied with the bestprovisions thecoun try affords Rates very reasonable flancock Hotel JBURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky UN1US HANCOCK Prop 0he above Hotel has been rC YT tInted and is now ready foron S otheTabkgu J11 Uatcs reasonable the market affor 9tsbJeatGood sample room F bed GOfflERGIAL HOTELr JAMESTOWN KYtHOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 01openedlandhashadaSnorunfrom andseesThelroprietors iIsdais li very attached to the hotel Terms very t ea Caa- blrOballollStOalll Laundry LEBANON KY 0II THOROUGHLY equippedmOdern It laundry plant conducted by exper fenced workmen and dung as highm grade work as can be turned out place In the country Patronize atl hiime institution Work of Adair all Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON GO Pro of REED MILLER gentstlColumbia Kentucky d To prevent La Grippe take a dose or two a- of Dr Restorative Nervine dailytd Ladies Favorite Morkys Little Liver Pills for BUteuuid etle are the Udjeg favorite becauSo they are wall takes ud do their work quietlyE tint etfbetaally fno a dose Sold by I fir Yerkes Stands for Assassination The following is an extract from Gov Beckhams speech delivered at Lietchfield on the 10th instant My distinguished opponent Mr Yerkes can not escape responsibility for the platform he stands on He car not divert the public mind from the real issue and concentrate it on the election law Why at Bowling Gree he stood on a platform with a of a fugitive from Justice on his right hand and Holland Whitaker under Indictment for conspiracy to assassinate on his left iHed make anice Governor wouldnt he called a Democrat derisively If you read Yerkes speech you will see he says the Democrats hold the Republican party responsible for the assassination of Gov Goebel He says the Republicans might as well have held the Democratlcjparty responsible- for the defalcation Tate fouryears ago Yerkes and others went stumping over the State making Tates defalca lion almost the only issue and at the same time demanding a look at the books It is within the memory of the youngest voter here that the Democrats did what they could to apprehend Tate and bring him back to face the charges against him He found it nee essary to go further than Taylor to escape his accusers Did you hear of any Democratic platform indorsing that defalcation Did you hear of any Democrat in private or on the stump upholding that steal I think not How is it about the Republican platform That platform indorses those who stood accused and indicted for the assassination of Gov Goebel That party or Its representatives has done everything within its power to shield and protect those who stood thus accused We claim the right to hold that party responsible for the murder of William Goebel Yerkes says no Democrats were brought up to prove that they had been intimidated from voting on election day Do you think there is any man who was fright ened from voting would admit it The threat of a partisan Republican Judge was standing before us the instructions of that Judge to Federal Marshals to watch Democrats and not Republicans confronted us Have you heard of that Judge calling any Republicans before him to answer for fraud You have not heard of him calling a single Republican before him Gov Beckham then reviewed the do- Ings of the army of intimidation bristling with guns and pistols like an arsenal the action of the Legisla tore chased about the streets like cattle the verdicts of the courts Circuit Court of Appeals and Court of last resort all deciding in fever of the Dem ocratic contention 4s be proceeds his remarks were punctuated by Hur rah for Beckham Hit em agate Beckham Hurrah for our young Governor Stick to em Governor liDo you want a repetition of Repub lean misrule ho asked No no we dont Weve had enongU of that came from all parts of the house utetlIgfjfl account We pave had a look tie tooofc ourselves We haven yS W WAT 6330QO stolen to keep rcat4 j1tg Q1 pursers Pin hat w- Frankfort iWfo1Jn J A WON OIL OJH OF DIAKIt- Uro fy PKOB1INENT VA ED r Hiul Almost Given Up lint AYa Brought Back t o Perfect Health by Chamberlains Colic Jholcraand Dlnrrhoriaitomedy- READ HIS DITOltIALe From the Times Hlllstille VatI suffered with diarrhoea bra long time and thought d was past being fired I had much and 1nonevI had almost decided to give up hopes of recovery and await the result hut noticing theadvertlscmcnt Cbamberlalnjj Colic Cholera ands Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tes monials stating how some wonderful cures had been wrought by this reme i y I decided to try it After taking few doses I was entirely well of that and I wish to say further to my readers and fellowsufferers that Iam a hale and hearty man today and 8 well as I over did In my life iL Moofcit SSdlahy M1 Cravens 1 Like a Beast of the Field Caleb Powers kicks up a muss and a fuss because he was handcuffed when transferred from the Georgetown to the Leulsville jail Caleb howlsIII yfa This too after 1 told my guard that I would give them my word that I wool nha beast of the Ishand cuffed is an unsolved mystery ranking alongside the assassination of Govern or Goebel In fact a handcuffed beast- of the field would be a considerable circus tyhandcuffsWhy should he not be treated as another 9 felon convicted of a capital crime When he was indicted as an accessory before the fact to the assassination of Governor Goebel he dis guised and armed himself and attemp ted to escape When he was after a desperate resistance a pardon from W S Taylor was found in his pocket He was arrainged in a court of justice tried and convicted of an offense the most infamousof allsave one in the whole calendar of crime He was transferred to the Louisville jail to prevent either escape or rescue He was treated exactly as any other criminal would have been treated neither worse nor better He was not entitled to any especial privileges for the assassination of Governor GoebelJ and he did not feelers them Why should Caleb Powers not be handcuffed like a beast of the field Glasgow Times An Answer prNoletter can be found than the attitude of a former adherent of the President That the Maryland campaign should have opened with United States Sena tor Wellington until recently the acknowledged leader of Maryland Re publicanlsm enlisted on the Democratic side is significant of a change of sentiment in that State which should produce some startling surprises at the polls The opposition to imperialism which has led Senator Wellington to forfeit his high rank in the Republican party is shared it is safe to assert by many other Republicans in his State The double dealing by which Mrr McKinley tricked Senator Wellington into casting the deciding vote for the Paris treaty giving a promise of just dealing with the Filipinos which was afterwards deliberately broken will be resented by that eminent Americans friends and followers as it is by Sena tor Wellington himself As Mr Bryan pointed out in his speech at the opening of the Maryland campaign ip Cumberland following Senator Wellingtons own speech renouncing llis allegiance to Mc lnleyr Republicanism the Maryland leader takes a purely patriotic stand It is not for money that he enlists under the Democratic standard It Is not for honors his own party in its nobler days bad satisfied bis ambitions in that directionIIH is his belief said Mr Bryan that his country is fn peril it is his belief that the course which the Republican party is pursuing tends di rectly toward the repudiation of those principles government which every party adyqcated until within three years In other words Senator Wei JIp ton rightly holds his Americanism above his Republicanism his duty ttI ill OllDt1J jjijbcr than his duty to his party When Leaders IB a Jjaopdpnt party areMus sccu abandoning that parly seewse they cannot folloyy Jn its ell Xesrt4ssafc Ui believe that niany court k sIN ljJeare simllarly nioyi of the ra innaMcKinlay tnjidanfie 1 Under Liffy is apylylng tho Republican p Mtof JtSmem supreme testto the to t repudiate hers It Is asking them t urto and surrenaer their American arty profit The vote in Novenio w ill probably demonstrate the reassuring truth that under no strain of party pressure are the American peo pro willing to make this Irremediable sacrifice Now If any of your family are suffer of ng with Chills and fever aching of the bones Jaundice Biifonsness or any other symptoms of Malarial Poi r in on we earnestly solicit you to try a 50 cent bottle jot MorlcyTs Tasteless Chill Syrupjforlf used according to dirc dons we kDWif will cure No cure No pay Sold by SQL K Bell JoppA + 4 4 i HILITARY DICTATORSHIP CourierJournal No amount of talk about civil liberty can disguise or obscure the fact that Win S Taylor both bore e and after he had been lawful ly deposed as Governor converted dloto a dictatorship so far as is authority reached and suspended the operation of the laws He did this by the aid of despera gildtof m an man nerIt has always been the resource of rants to resort to force when the ws do not please them Military power in constitutional eminent has often been reoorte to in order to carry out purposes which the law does not sanction Parliaments and Legislatures have todprof und sensation and evoking the gravest protests The entrance of United States troops into the hall of the Louisiana Legislature caused a profound sensation throughout the Union Fo reasons of this sort the power o the Executive over troops is everywhere limited except in despotic countries In Great Britai Parliament holds the purse an makes appropriations for the army only for a limited period The same is true in the United States and with it is coupled the policy of a small standing army in time of peace It was not by accident that th- ovision e was put into our Con itution that the Governor should not command the militia in the field except by the request of the legislature Nor was it by accico dent that our laws provided that when the Governor called out the militia they must be made subject thSheriffMarshal Such a provision waannecessary to make the military subordinate to the civil power With like intent it was provide- atth the assent and recommendation of a County Judge should be t necessary to the organization of a company of militia in any county hat rebel troops might not be recruited uudor the name of indon pendent bands of armed men the law further provited that no body of of armed men other than the Statei Guard and United States troops should parade in arms without 4thlicense from the Governor Every one of these piovisions intended as muniments of liberty was violated by W S Taylor an IM his predecessor The story how this was done has been often told hat it did not create a wave of cl indignation nil over the countr was due to the industrious campaign misrepresentation and outrageous falsehood that ha been carried on for months Evesb as it was it elicited words of disapprobation from the better class of Republican newspapers in the North Here at home rhe Repub and their allies stood by Taylor and when Goebel was killed excused themselves by What else could we do 1 did no epem to occur to them that they migbt obey the laws inionsstead of breaking them every TJjoy yiwldfld outs when thepcoul no longer JioJd outr and then Tnyl Pored to Indjiuia Since thenanujnber of Republican Governors aro rfinqrkcd to kayo conspired pullify fife jaws of JCeiitucky au the Constitution aud Jays of the Jnited States by giving protec irl pu JQ a man indicted for mijrI der All these things WMB tip 1kilowu the Republicans of Kentucky tirwhen they met in State Conyen thin Yet they congratulated the ifcjjoan party onlithe efforts Rel Gop Taylor well known ade bj 01 cffopts were lawless that thb tfa Coujititqtiou prinpiplincivil liberty which u ang cherished for centuries linn the employment of military forces time of peace to aiding the civil authorities and withdrawing the command of them from e mightcthus ahemin derogation of the liberties of th people By its iudortemfcnt C of Taylor the Republicans of Kentucky have indorsed lawless mili taism in this State and by conee quenco the assassination of Goe bel which resulted from it Thi is not the road to civil liberty but to military dictatorship As usually treated a sprain will dis able the injured person for three or four weeks but if Chamberlains Pain Balm is freely applied a complete cure may be effected in a very few days Pain Balm also cures rheumatism cuts bruises and burns For sale by M Cravens Marshals at the Polls The statement has been made with in the past few days says a dispatch isdnumbers of United States deputy marshals will be distributed over the State of Kentucky at the various poll g places to prevent any intimidation voters and to see that the ballots are counted as they were cast Senator Joe C S Blackburn says he has been aware of the plan for sometime and characterizes it as an attempt to Steal the electoral vote of naturallyfand the election law about to be en acted being manifestly fair and impar interpretsdHe asserts that he has warned the Democrats of the designs of the Republican committee and that he veil return to Kentucky in a few days In order to be present at the opening of the campaign so that the Democrats will be certain to take steps to exploit thoroughly the danger impending According to Senator Blackburn the Democrats of West Virginia Maryland and Missouri will have a similar ndition to face He points to the fact that the congressional elections will be held incidentally with the general election which makes the plan of Republican managers possible anda asible The Democrats will resent d fight to the last ditch he says any attempt to steal the election and codmarshals on election day as their Ares ace will be fully shown up by November 0crAs soon as the American people for indorse imperialism in the Phil lippines the McKinley administration Empire will adopt a policy of imperialism in China The Galveston Horror e following Is taken from last Wednesdays CourlerJoural The Relief Committee at Galveston estimates the number of dead at 3000 ayor Jones personal estimate Is5000 Ten thousand people are shelterless and utterly destitute The work of the has reYmet by force pad the militia now in adtso arec eing carried out to sea and dumped into the gulf Where that is impossi ble the dead are burled where found Ghouls were at work before the militia took control and many of the corpses were robbed The most urgent needs are water to drink lime to allay pestlS e 3 kerosenItd water After that must pome provis and clothing pad they money r iTnd1by n gene r From Houston trains are see- way 1 with water and supplies most urgently needed Fropi largp pities stattiogsicdrospp la from every quarter inoney is being t sent to Jov Sayers and to the Cit Committee Relief is also need ed at fifty sinaller towns in Southern Texas but the destitution at these places Is as nothing compared to thattrat Galyestqq j A Word to Mothers Mothers of children affected wit croup or a severe cold need not hesi tats to administer Chamberlains Cough Remedy Jt contains nq opiate nor narcotic in any form and may be giycp as confidently to the tabs as to aa adult The great success that has ded its use in the treatment of site Toup has won for It the apcolds and v llse Jfc hag recelyed aRdinthronghOiJtth mass foreigp lands Foy ralebll r Crop Report Louisville Kyi Sept 11 Excessive ly high temperature continued during ing the week with almost constants sunshine and very little rain Light scattered showers occurred throughout the State on Tuesday but little or no rain tell on any other day The bulk of the corn crop is abou ripe and cutting is in progress The injury to the late planted from drouth in the western section and some por tins of the central section is moreap parent than last week the damage is considerable However a good crop will be harvested from the other portions of the State Tobacco cutting curing and housing have been carried on under very favorable conditions and most of the cro now housed A considerable amount u tobacco ripened prematurely or w IlfircdH and therefore will be rathe- poor in quality this trouble however- Is confined principally to the sectionPlowing for wheat has been about stopped until rain falls In consequence of the dry weather there will be more corn land sown in wheat thatTwas expected Pastures need rain in all sections and are nearly ruined in the western see lion where stock water also Is be coming scarce In the eastern section a good lot of millet has been saved Wonderful Eight Cures cholera diarrhoea colic cramps lameness sprains lumbago swellings pains in the head or body neuralgia rheumatism and toothache t all pain internal or external cured quicker with Morleys Wonderful Eight than any other remedy Free trial bottles at W M Bells Joppa Hon William J Stone of Missouri is a man of distinguished ability statesman and a politician and personally a delightful gentleman He has been Governor of his state and is leading member of the Democratic National Committee He is a commanding leader and has greater things in store for him if his admirable health ntinues Altogether he is a man of- such dignity and consequence that it is doubtful if he should be asked to engage in a dimemuseum debate with- ossroads a Administrationist in Ohio Lock Jaw Ed H Hardin China Springs Tex says One large dose of Morleys Wonderful fight cured my anNlockjaw It was a wonderful cure saved me a 6500 animal Free bottles at W M Bells Joppa Ky The Administration wants to avoid the almost imperative necessity of tak ing Teddy Roosevelt off the Republlt can national ticket He seems to have been instructed to moderate his pyrotechnics and when he tries to become he gets stupid His speech es are almost insane If Teddy is to stay on the ticket he should fix it u as to have so much business as Go of New York that he will nut have time to run about the country stumping tsayChill Syrup the best we ever sold We 40bottlesof it this month and not failure in the lot In fact when our doctors find a case hard to cure the send to us for Morleys Tasteless Cht Syrup anti It never falls to cure Sold W M Cell Jcippa KywDid Alexander Hamilton ever look f nviriJ ono hundred years for Ihu riuljgatinii of his ideas government for the United States America Did he think it w0 Alo0 looked upon as the best for a r publi or any other form of gov ernnnMit Thp nulical followers of Aleximlnr Hamilton of today E tlhlicnn government is such on E y ju IIIIHP2uquirer Dayhts All driiKKJNU refunded the money If it falls to cure E W Groves signature on every box ti5c The great success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy intbeireatmont of bowel complaints- hag made its standard over the greats artof the civilized world For sale by M Cravens More plague cfcttta dsvelo d at Gliigbw seeilitlagr f JJo 1QmiffJm1 a Uf Blacksmiths f ANDWood orkerColumbia Ky oftre BuggiesOr buggytires 8atlsfactionNewly Furnished American Plan fLOO Per Day SUc Sdosier s 3Cotel 25cP KY asNIC BOSLER flgr illuiiiote1n W M AMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky ss stopthanGood sample rooms and a firstclass Feedstable GORDON MONTGOMERY QnID 17 mt mw a COLUMBIA KY adjoiningcounties drugstore DR M 0 SALLEE 4 DENT1ST Careful attention given to me dentietryasurgery I CoffeyHuntcrCOLUaUBIAjKY FRANK M BALLENGER WITH RoDlnsoaNortonGo WH O ESALE Dry Goods Notions ItG LOUISVILLE K oiv is Tfie Time to 1REPAIR HOUSES 0 Do not allow your house injure for the lack of Guttering ora Leaking Roof fVImako Roofing and Guttering a specialty I am prepared to do any kind of repairwork in my line Iuse good material and do my work at pricesvCall on me L V HALL Columbia Tinner fletnaUfe Insurance Go oFHARTFORD CONN CHARTERED 1020 8000000Il0The Aetna will write you a 15Pay ent Life Policy for the same or a less rate than other firstclass companies will write you a 20 Payment Life saveofyears t On thebltslsotequalwstthePNA GUARANTEES more insurance extensions greater cash and an values and greater paidup val rePolicies absolutely incontestable af s x ter one year Nonforfeitable after two years on limited pay policies The LOWEST RATES of any first class company r aFor further Information call on or i address W D JONES Agent Columbia Ky t RESTAURANT JAMES SBttn Proprietor rer r This stand is located near the depot and meals are furalsted at all hours at 25 cents per meal The best jieatables the toes affords Ite 4 CI w- fits6 altteg Iilotaatorliilaaap 1 h t j THB ADAIR gouiri NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair Bounty News 4e INCORPORATED CRAB 8 HARRIS Editor A Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter oats of the city of Columbia and the people ot Adair and adjacent counties =Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second class man matter SVBSCRIPTiClf SATES ONE yEAR f100 SIX MONTHS 600 STRICTLY IN ADVANCE DVBRTrSING RATES c BLoca otices ten cents per linelfor first In section andiflve cents per line for each sub Be quent insertion DISPLAY ADS 8paco I WklIlfo 3Mo 6Mo I Yr t Inch 50ltO 200 300 i5 00 2 Inches 7s 150 3 00 4 50i0 00 SInches 100 200 400 4 Inches 125 2 SO 6 00 7 SO 1250 6 inches 1 50 3 00 6 tO 10 00 15 00 Col 300 600 12 oo 20 ro 30 00 0 18 Of 30 00 45 1 Col600I 1g 2400 4000 6060 There will be no departure from these rates Lode any circumstan- cesWEDNESDAY SEPT 19 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM J BRYAN Of Nebraska For Vice President ADLAI E STEVENSON Of Illinois For Governor J C W BECKHAM Of Nelson For Congress BEN V SMITH Of Pulaski We have never had the leas doubt of the authorship of your editorialsthey are about your size But do you think we are in ferior to you 111 point of learning or ability Why then do you think that our articles are written by some one else i The above closes an article in last weeks issue of The Columbia Spectator directed at the editor The News Mr W D Jones i8 the reputed editor of said Spec tator and for the last few issues o that paper its editorial columns have been working in opposition to our position in the Powers case Last Friday however Mr the editor called at the News o fice and left word to be to us that he was not deliveredI of the articles that were written in his absence that he did not endorse newspaper controver lies in but one wayn pleasan- discussion of the issues This is awe believed We did not believ- that Mr Jones was doing the edi a torial act but the articles came as editorialsthe product of his ow brain and we were compelled to hold him accountable Mr Jones stand high in educational circles he is our present Superintendent of public schools and therefore w believed him capable of better articles Since the lust article li the Spectator stands without fath er or mother we have no more to say as the orphan is a subject pity Mr Bryan will speak in Louisville the night of the 6th of Oct ber Jim Howard charged wit h assassinating Gov Geebel is noon 11 trial at Frankfort An old time Democratic barbe cue will be given at Bardstown Saturday October 6 HonVmceqt Boroing failed to preach his Civil Liberty here MondapWhat a pity M pr irV Saturdays Courier Journ 11ro ported that 2701 of the Galveston dead had been identified and that the number of victims will reach five thousand Last Friday night from eight to gBeckhamer at Bowling Green It was the largest political meeting ever held in the Thud districtq There are now ono down nation al tickets in the field About one half dozen of the ticket are sup ported only by the mow who are on the ticket hence they will oer tainly be lost in the fog Golden Rule Jones who polle 107000 votes in Ohio last year as an independent candidate for Governor has come out for Bryan Mr Jones is now the Mayor of To ledo and has a strong following in Ohio It is said that Jim Howard hold- a pardon dated the 80th day o January the very day that Mr Goebel was shot which shows con clusively that Taylor was the chief conspirator of the whole gang of murderers The city of Louisville alway- rca 1y to lend a helping hand to suffering humanity gave 10000 to the Galveston destitute Be sides the gift of the city privatP subscriptions to the several hundred dollars were sen Mr Bryan opened the Ohio Dem ocratic campaign at Columbus last Friday night Fifteen thous and people heard him It is that at the opening of the Repu lican campaign the week before by Mark Hanna not morethan three thousand were present Hon John Rhea states positively that an attempt was made teas sassinate him as he was Morgantown one evening last wee The atmosphere in Butlei county is congenial to ruffianism It is the home of Holland Whitta ker and the late abiding place W S Taylor who 13 now shells- ing under the wings of Mount t braying animal of Indiana The most successful way to con duct a canvass is to keep in the saddle day and night fearing defeat all the time Candidates who run like defeat is staring them in the face generally get to the pole first It is the over sanguine that prets i can majority in the Eleventh district every Democrat should be a worker in the field and by so doing the full strength of the party will be gotten out It is confidently believed that Mr Cleveland will write a letter t etafing1 ism and that he will support Mr Afma J al supII1 ticket and a letterfrom Mr Cleve weightfu a letter but he has stated that he is opposed to Mr McKinley Last Monday Hon John W Lewis of Springfield made a defenses neof speech but judg lug from what we did hear we feel 1ePublicann no stronger and not a whit wiser by reason of said speech He was introduced by Hon H C Civtil we1e1 known and in this ection hence aleugthy statement if what he said is unnecessary tofhein InteriorJournal Stanford will be the editorinchief of the new Democratic daily which starts isoa writer a gentleman of deep learning and a Democrat in whom their is no gnileJThocom- pany could not haven le a belt selectionfor the head of the edito rialdepartment There wilFbe no change in the management of the Interior Journal Mr Ed Walton keeping up the brightness of its pages durmg the absence of his dailyinwill remember The Adair County News The Republican county papers are sending out supplements fur CampaignCommittee the voter on the great question of expansion and to show reason why he should approve the present of conquest by furnishing a of the United States which shows that the entire country west of the Mississippi was ac uired through the efforts of the Democratic Administrations at va rious times part by conquest and part by purchase also the acquisition of Florida and the Gulf country We cannot see a better argu ment in favor of our aide of the present muddle than that outlined whydmen an argument to sustain the acts of the present administration hut wise men make mistakes as well ns those who possess less wisd m The map merely shows that tuch time the Democrats acquired territory that it was an addition to 6000fn away cent to and apart of this country fashioned for our people It shows that all the above mentioned territory was secured by Democratic administrations if true then who legssexpan sion but not imperialism they be lieve in securing desirable territory become the homes of her own but they do not indorse the bet lieve that the constitution should flagsWe were directed last week by Cornb W Simms would address the voters of Adair on Monday but Mr Simms failed to appear We do not wish to disappoint hundreds of Democrats through the News in such a manner and the Campaign imposekments made unless it is known the appointments will be filled If the Committee wishes to ignore fthis section it can do so but ev duhethe spellbinders to put determi nation or Democracy into our peo pie We have it already but few good speeches would be enjoy able Hon Jas B McCreary Chair man of the Democratic Campaign Committee met Mr Bryan in Chi cago last week and learned from that gentleman that he would make a number of speeches in Kentucky during the month of Oc tober No definite time for Mr Bryans coming has been arrang ed but it will be between the Gth and 16th of the month Other national speakers who will visit Kentucky are Mr Stevenson Con gressman B a i 1 y Congressman Champ Clark Hon Chas A Towne G o v Benton McMillin Congressman DeArmond Senator Hill and Hon Bourke Cockran ExGov Campbell of Ohio wh enjoys the reputation of a close and conservative political obser ver is in Washington When asked his opinion of the situation ha said The Democrats are now making steady gains They are gaining strength every day in Ne York in Ohio in Indianain fad ofall over the country If the elec tion occurred today the Demo cratic vote would be larger than it would have been yesterday This far I think there has been no day when we were not stronger than the day before Such a con dition surely promises well for success CANE VALLEY McKinley prosperity has struck our little town B T Dudgeon and T B Lyon are St Marys making staves Eld Z T Williams delivered a very interesting lecture on his travels In the SatO R Banks a good business man this place has a position as travelln salesman with Vogel Bros Louisville shoo firmSerMr and Mrs R B Wilson Misses Bettle Miller and Sallie Jones attend ed the Association at Salem last week Jas E Rice sold his property lo Dr E B Atkinson for 8100 and bought the farm known as the John A Johnston farm near the Green River Bridge for 2000 Mr Sheloy Vanhoy and wife of Campbellsville were visiting the tam Shdayn L L l I I USSELcLtS11 IftGSftOTEI11 r PELLYTON We had a good rain here Thursday which was badly needed Messrs J M Campbell and J H Sanders were in Campbellsville this weekMr John Maupin and daughter are visiting in Marion and Taylor counties this week Mr Luther Maupin bought his fath ers interest in the sawmill owned by Ellis Bros Maupin fur 8400- IMrs Itsy Pelly Mr Otha Polly Miss tie Pclly arc all very low with typhoid fcvi r Uncle Joel Ellis has a very large carbuncle on the back of his neck Mr Welby Allen will soon have his new store house completed Ue will move his stock of goods from this place to the new building in tbe near future Bro Bowles preached his last Sc mon at this place Sunday fur ILis cot ference year lie has been on this work for live or six years and we trust he will be sent to preach fur us next year On last Sunday evening at about 5 oclock Mr Jasper Doss and Miss Mat tie Jones were united in marriage Rev T J Ellis ofllciating Mr Joh Cornel and Miss Fannie Jones were the attendents Only a few witnessed the ceremony The groom is a flue young business man and the bride is a daughter of Mr Jas Jones one of Adairs best farmers Mr John Campbell is having his store house remodeled and when fin ished he will have a more convenient house for business There was a social at Mr Jno Cof feys ono night last week A large crowd was present and an enjoyable time spent Mack son of Mr and Mrs T J Pel ly died of typhoid fever last Sunday night He was about 25 years old called his family to his bedside one bone and told them to prepare to meet him in Heaven and not to grieve for him for he was going to Heaven to meet his brother Willie who preceded him about ten months ago He leaves maoaY mourn en tire community extends sympathy to the bereathed ones GREENSBURG Mrs R L Durham has returned visit to relatives in Adair county Ed Atkins was in town last week Woodson Lewis has the square covered with building material for his storehouse The brick layers are pro grossing nicely and Mr Jones carpenter from Campbcllsville is seeing after the carpenters work of thebulld ing The building will be completed in a short while T W Simms of Springfield address ed a full court room of Green count citizens at this place last Monday Mr Simms is a good speaker and show ed the Administration up in a bad light and why it should be condemned by the American people J W Leis t same place spore in behalf of the Republican party after Mr Simms had commitoa Republicans refused Mr Lewi knows Mr Simms at home and Mr Lewis knows very well why he declined a joint discussion The Campaign Committee of thi county is organizing the county into fewtv couta ty in this county is better organize- even now than it has been for years In a presidential campaign The Drown element almost to a man will support the entire ticket this fall LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stoc Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 85 005 25 Light shipping 4 605 00 Best bufehers4 C04 75 Fair to good butchers 4 254 50 Common to medIum btchr 3 253 50 IIOQS Choice packing and butch 4R0 Fair to good packing 180 to 2001bs 540 Good to extra light 160 to 180 tbs 5 20 SHEEP AND LAHBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 300325 Fair to good 2 503 00 Common to medium f 2 002 5Q q PlS osop a QUO djjcnlaa 7n 11tr4nstlttt e 03ct 111r t0J ell d mAn tJ1flropoJt 1P01Vt31rI i t K1MBLE KY oeo- is now open for the traveling public the year round It isa largo commodious build lug as the picture in hcales and is run firstclass in every particular ciao VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro Barrels For Sale We have in stock Barrels with capacity for 10 2745 and 47 gallons Charred or uncharred Steel flooped Good Material And firstclass cooperage They are guaranteed to hold Prices Reasonable Call on th- eCOIiUIA STAVE CO GoV Beekhatn This celebrated and thorougbred presentnseason on my farm and will be permitted to serve cows for 8100 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 ever sav W L GRADY dradyvlHe Ky S L POWELL ATTORNEYATLAW COLUMBIA KY 0Will practice in Adairand adjoining specialtyYes floor with C S Harris Hews office A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of An nie E Springer of Philadelphia Who Dr Kings New Discovery cured her of a hacking cough that for many years had made life a burden She says After all other remedies and doctors failed it soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sle soundly something I can scarcely rei member doing before I feel 13 sounding its praises throughout ti Universe Dr Kings New Disco cry is guaranteed to cure all troubles of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price 50c and81 Trial bottles free at- E T Paulls drug store thYpaper a year OUR OI7 marvelovnot The Weekly Er quirer wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United theen rse Year Population Year Population 18107239881 1860 31443321 1820 9633822 1870 38 58371 50155783s1850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem populatidon nt acquisitions The result is usually announced in July of the census ye THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anX10 to engage all in a studyof their country To this end will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solutions received of the population of the United States Census as follows To the first nearest oorred peree6ved 300000 16005kTo the fourth 50000 To the fifth 25000 To the sixth 20000 To the seneth 5000To the nutlO ohl00 10 100000 To iha nat50weif60uHutiito 250000 2500Toto the welt 1630 each 6 impacting to 7850 0 2197 cash presents amounting to 250005 In case of a tie money equally divided propositionsubscription 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 D C WEEJqYENQUJRER too a year Eleven copies and eleven guesses for 1000 For ENQUIRERSend Crncintoti Ohio 7 swot Goods For Sale As I have decided to go West I have for sale Four Thousand Dollar Stock of Goods All well bought at cash prices Any one desiring to go into business would do well to see me in regard to a trade Or I will sell stock at reduced prices to close out If you are in need of BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS GLOVES I OVERCOATS SUITSf PANTS COATS CHILDRENS r SUITSf LADIES Wraps and Jackets A new Stockof DRESS GOODSCotton and Wool Patterns and other valuable goods it will be to your ad vantage to see prices I will make you Besides the goods named above I have others too numerous to mehtiou Will buy good produce at market prices F Rft SIftCItRI see NNNNNO 0eN 00 NN N NeNN N NN iih iandHeating Cast ft Stoves O oSheet Iron Heating Stoves all sizes Stove pipes and Elbows Dampers and Coookiug oo iUtonsils Tin Roofing i IeGALVINIZED IRON GUTTER WITH WIRE HANGERS oe Neo oeooo eoNOO ooee e oeoo oeoo oseee ei 6 DLAmIA BLAIR SON DEALERS IN FERTILIZERSCOLUMBIA KY We handle the SOLUBLE BONE and POTASH i The EAGLE PHOSPHATE 1 Fine ground bone and other brands of wheat growers ie iiinMX Do Yoa Want a cICgcIe iI 7Z- 7tC IF 50 l Cfllili ID SEE US epllfi KEEP n Ii 1 wheelse w w Both New ard Second ftend Also Repairs r EIiiiIitALsLi POWEIlIl 13icHcIisisJ IS ieiii ws7isriR O RUBEL T H KUBEI u5tTJEPL 13 OTftE Successors to Falls City Buggy Top Co Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of Vehicles Buggy Tops and CUSHIONS B3Write For Catalogue NO 142 East Main St LOUISVILLE kY IfYou Smoke Send For a Sample 0usi ii nits uittle ftavaaas 3 F= ORS CENTS 150 Per Hundred 25 cents Extra for Postage 007CBR 757IIIION SOLD IN 1899 BATRDS 5th and Jefferson Louisville Ky EL HUGHES COMPANY 0WHOLESALE 1 I SASH DOORS BLIND Sf MOULDINGS 1 OUR new Lumber Warehouse which we have comJbeing situated on the railroad is well stocked with all kinds of Dressed Lumber Lath and Shingles AgedER r q luttlbisKy 3C t t 1 REOLIVINO OUR NEW FRLL TOGI GOODS Come in and examine BARGAINS in all lines I WE PRY TflE HIGHEST MflRKET PRIGE FOR DRIED flPPLES PERSONAL MENTION Mr J B Montgomery was in Louis vile last week Miss Zelma Todd attended the Baptist Association in Taylor county Mr John N Conover was in Camp bellsvllle last Thursday Mr W F Jeffries spent several da in Campbellsvllle last week Miss Ethel Azbell was visiting in Campbellsvllle last week Mrs W B Patteson who has been quite sick is better Mr J F Patteson has been chilling for the past two weeks is better Mr Newton Bryant Esto was I Columbia Saturday Mr Robt Lyon Campbellsville w- In town Monday Miss Mary Johnston is visiting the Misses Powell Mr J Pbelps T G Hadly Esto were here Monday Mr Robt Young Cumberland coun ty was in Columbia Saturday Jr J 21 Hendrickson of Casey Creek was In town Monday Dr J J Booker L H and John Cabell in town Monday Mr W P Chelf Creek a tended first day of CourtjMessrs G M Stevenson and L V Turner Montpelier werehere Monday Messrs J B Barbee and John Stone attended the Elizabethtown Fair Mr Theodore Powell Lincoln county is visiting relatives in Adair Mr Samuel Harris Franklin Ind was in this city Monday Mr Ed Morgan Albany Landings was here the first of the week Mr John D Sharp Cumberland county was in Columbia Monday Messrs J R Tutt and Geo Cheat am were upon the Square Monday MiMrsJBarbee are visiting in Elizabethtown Mrs Mary B Dunbar Creelsboro i visiting her sister Mrs W II Wilson S Mr J H Turk Burksville was visi ting in Columbia the first of the wee Messrs Matthew Taylor and I S Taylor came in from Glenville Monday Mr C A Snow and Mr Albert Rowe Rowena were in Columbia Mo dayMr Henry Aaron Commonwealths reached 0dMr G W Brockman Amandaville was here Monday en route for Louis sine Messrs Jeff and Adaline Stokes of Stokes Russell county were in town MondaytlMiss Martha Hancock who had slight attack of scarlet fever is about well Mrs R H Price who has been seriously ill for two months is not improv up log Dr G T Simpson and Mr G W BUlon Breeding were here the first 27ofs Mr T J Smith and Mr T J Johnson Cane Valley were in the city Monday Messrs T R Morrison W S Knig flinMiss Mary L Garnett attended the Baptist Association at Salem Taylor countyMr H Judd has been assigned to a distillery at Bardstown and left for that point Saturday Mr T L Higginbottom Creelsboro was in Columbia Thursday en route for Louisville b Messrs W R Myers and Lum Flo ers Greensburg were in Columb Thursday 3sr Ralph Waggener who has been Illvi r atAugusta Ill several months returned home last week Mr R 3f Grissom and Mr S Barbee left on a prospecting tour the west yesterday JIr T S Scout and wife leMr reached Columbia Friday afternoon en route for Camp Knox Dr W M Irvin Jonesville Ind was shaking hands with his many 4 fricndshere Monday Mesrs W L Grady W M Wilmo JLuficr Wilmore were In Columbia theThe tirsfcvJ the week Miss Augusta Montgomery returned from Lebanon wfJ Campbellsville Saturday night tsar Holland Simpson jwjd Geo Payne Breeding were lOjCoUjmbJa Saturday and Sunday Mr C L Faulkener two sOns and a daughter Toledo Metcalfe county reached Columbia last Thursday His daughter MIl remain and attend col Jege r IMrs Robt Blakeman of Indianapo visiting her husbands mother and other relatives in Columbia Misses Pearl Taylor and PauB Cabell vistited relatives in Green coun ty last Wednesday and Thursday Mr OA Taylor of the firm of Tay lor Bros Craycraft is in Louisville purchasing goods this week SMiss AnnieEubank will return Liberty tomjrrow accompanied Miss Lucille Bowman Master William I Meader returned to his home in Somerset Sunday Mr J D Lowe accompanied him Rev T F Walton has been quite sick for several days and could not fill 1his appointment at Ebenezer last Sun E W Barnett left Ionday for asJellico Tenn and for the next two weeks will engage in a meeting in that city Mr Jo Frank Strange and family passed through town Sunday en route for Hillsboro Texas their future home Miss Pearl Taylor of Elkhart Ill who has been visiting Columbia several weeks left for her home yesterday morning Miss Bettie Gilmer of Honey Grovet thankts or papers giving accounts of the Galveston horror Mr John Vaughan of Glasgow an Mr B II Vaughan Rocky Hill wer in Columbia last Saturday en route t their homes from Russell county Mr Alvin A Strange loftier Wash C In ton City Saturday to resume his duties In the Government Printing Of lice He will also attend a dental duringhls stay in Washington i j jLouisvilleing millinery goods for this market Her mother Mrs Tim Bradshaw left It1lIssstay in the city JfrsSutherland is now improving after aI fiIsanky thing but by careful nursing and good medical skill he Is now Improving Mr John IIolladay and family Mr Mnr I Forrest Willis and family met at the residence of Mr Frank Waggener last Sunday the occasion being the return Mr Ralph Waggener from Illinois J1theLOCAL JOTTINGS a of hetiesanaBorn to the wife of Gordon Mont I gomery September 14 a daughter Contractors will commence puffinforthe Plum Point Bridge this Mr Jo Thomas of Dunville was In town Monday and sold a mule colt for 50 ed G B Cheatham bought three mules from different parties at 40 4j and 50 htWdifferent parles Monday at from to SCO A little son of Jr Joseph Hutchln son aged G years died one day last week Whooping rough in town and one InJohnM Cravens and Frank Waggener tencotton mules Jonday at an headwA little son eightyears old of Geo Redman died the 5th of this month He was a victim of flux Mr Geo Coffey informs us that he porchfaraseItI l J D and W C Murrell commence the erection of a cottage Mr W L Walker nextweek I iFor Sale Two combined mares one one 7 years old Entitled to regnextter Rufus E Bally Taylor county grand Juryat Li term of court returned twentyfour n dictments and adjourned tiJr AH Rowe of Russell county j bough t5t weanling muleshere Jonday at an average price of 2780 Jr A C Snow of Russell cou styI Loryjbtjn ulnmbia Monday 4 wean ling mare mules from foQjto 4500ij Jeffries Son stave t received a Zarloadutthebest tvUeeKtdrills tht Hoc and Disc Will sell low for LshI RUSSELL MURRELL Every Knight Templar in Columbia contributed 100 each to the relief fund for the stricken city of Galveston CSome of the material for the Plum Point Bridge has reached Campbell ville and will probably be hauled over this week The handsome varanda built in front of Hon H C Bakers residence theye Rev D McDonald D D wi preach at the Presbyterian church this Wednesday night at 745 Everybody cordially Invited There were many mule colts that went back home with their dams last Monday The sellers want more than the buyers wish to pay Helm C Grider have threshed about RusseJcountycrops to thresh Money subscribed for the building of the Plum Point bridge is now dueI Call atonce and pay the same to John B Russell orJ B Watson Thesaw mills owned by Mr Samuel s Harris and others and located near Miller old Fields are aJ gre MiatFOR SALETen ewes one mnchj cow and ten calvesj SalleeeKyuTell my friends to smoke the Gov J W Beckham 5 cent cigar made for the great common people by V M Gowdy Campbellsville Ky When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Flrs class and wen located corner of 7th an Streets ly Waller Hurt sold a bay harness mare Red Bird last week for 8135 Last he bought a colt by the same from Wm Bally for 501horse SALE Twentyfive head of one spatBen F Tupman Green River Annual Conference of the Unit Church will be held IThe beginning October 26 Bis Hott of Dayton Ohio wil preside Mr J G Eubank is remodeling the dwelling in which he lives and when completes his improvements he will a convenient and comfortable homeanThe first day of circuit court broug large crowd to town and all class business were brisk Quite a num r of mule buyers were in the city d some stock changed hands Mr J B Barbee traded his fine ha gelding recently purchased of Mr Dohoney while at Elizabeth town a Shetland pony He was paid a considerable difference G FOR SALE Sixtyelght acres of land 28 acres in timber Wellwater two good orchards lying U miles from Ell Burtons jGwill sell the personal property in McCaffree deceased next day at his late residence about two miles from Columbhi Sale will beg- at 10 a m J A Diddle Admr Mr Jno M Russell of Green River tlarcrat always ready for the fray at ver in a lukewarm position 1 will sell my farm for a reasonable price and on reasonable terms It near Glenville this county and is on excellent home good community con PowellRMr W II Walker has an Irish tato of his own growing on exhibition at Mr T7E Paulls drug store which weighs one pound and eleven ounces Is of the New York Early Rose VaTrlety ticfora Hon Ben V Smith candidate Congress will address the Democr ot Adair county at the courthouse Monday Sept 24 lsThe Baptist Association at Salem Tayl county was largely attend It was an interesting meeting all Churches being represented and many encouraging reports read Judge Jas Garnett this city waS elected Moder afar The date of the M E Conference youth which meets at Ellzabetblown has been changed from September to Wednesday the 56th This is done in order to have the appointments ollOwngHbnday 1 i FOR SALEA new variety of seed wheat which yields from 15 to 25 bushels per acre I made an average 171 bushels on over 50 acres Price recleaned 80c per bushelL Cabell Prof Rhoton late of Georgeto wn College delivered an interesting lee ure on Washington City at the courthouse last Friday night The lecture was advertised but a fev hou and only a small crowd turned out Those present were highly pleased Il- Mr C T Triplett has removed to the Ed Sinclair property on the James town road Mr Geo Coffey has removed to the A E Sallee dwelling o Burksville street and Mr W H E bank will remove to the residence vacated by Mr Coffey Amaddogcameto3lrJohDlundill Ianddill killed the dog and put up the hotter Jr Cundiff would be glad for the owner to call and get the heifer once She is a and about two years The oldISirs Nona Cabell last Monday even log The meeting was in honor orIss Pearl Taylor of Elkhart who bade her many friends adieu b fore taking her departure for home the following morningIMr W W Cornelison and Miss Mat tie Ingram were married at Gilead church Green county last Wednesday Mr Cornelison is a promlnentfarmer aqd trader and Miss Ingram one otI Green countys best young women The couple have the best wishes of their many friends Curt Bell of Nell has been em dtoyed as a salesman in Russell Murrells store and has entered upon the discharge of his duties He is a young man of good habits and stands well with his home people and having had considerable experience will doubtless prove a valuable clerk A dog supposed to be mad was killed in Columbia last Tuesday afternoon For a time there was great deal of e clteuicnt every body being confident that the dog had rabies He bit a lit killedha r bee and bit a number of other dogs Last week there were fifteen cases of typhoid fever reported from Kim ble Russell county and two deaths There is some fever at Kimble and there has been one death Reports of epidemic arc generally exaggerated oUtatese recover There will be preaching at the lowing places next Sunday W 1Yip11 didge Hopewell FC Shearer IIutc ison Schoolhouse H T Jesse Priced Chapel Tobias Huffaker Neatsbur W Montgomery Knilley T Walton this city Mr Ben T Vaughan one of the oldest and most respected citizens county died last Thursda- e was about eighty years old and will taofDrrmany years was a familiar figure newsnof regret This office recleved a sample of cot raised by Wm Wallace Bernaird who ome Is on Sulphur fork This cultivatnedg News office is eleven inches long and tine as is generally seen This ear reiscrop energy The Farmers Home Fire Insurance Company Junction City Ky 200000 propePorip Rates reasonable Insures against Fire Lightning and Wind M STAPLES County Director A MUUUELL Agent- A N WELLS for many years with the Continental General Managerh Eld Z T Williams has been veryI siacence has held five meetings up to this writing resulting In seventyfive additions to the Church Mr Williams states that to the Holy Lund has been a edgreat benefit to him in preaching and that the money outlay iu his travels was profitably expended Cash luhsrlbcrs slnoa last issue Eld Williams M O Monlg mery T1 Hlggl torn John Vaughai D K Vaugaaa W Bryant W P Chelf W C Jo es JeffKose R McnisoBU G Yates Dink WUkerton C oM tear Wm Irvine D D White San uttfie arNeely B A LowoR A CorblI M Hendriekson f W Oisky B itnsDRweoAY Strapjon A 6 Toy W Williams J V Harld jyater JO kcC tstcr j AT stjUoe flll Other Merchantable Produce Taken In ExcHange For Goods IILouisville will hold a Horse Show October 15 to 19 Inclusive This will be Kentuckys initial attempt at a indoor Horse Show in fact it will bCthe the first big Horse Show to be held In the South The Association has 100 members the leading citizens ofLouis attThe law suit Lee C honrstween Columbia and Campbellsville against Boering S Pearl mail contrac tors was dismissed last week the Jat ter agreeing to pay the cost of the suit They also agreed to pay Messrs LeeJ carryiDng heruThe people in the vicinity of Mill brldgs pleted and not again will high water interfere with their business About four months in the year the creek at Mllltown Is past fording and hereto Hfore has caused much inconvenience but now the people can cross dry shod every day in the year Coffey Bros of Columbia had their ofgrotto old saddle stallion Kentucky Squirrel at the Liberty fair and he was the subject of much favorable bce e got the blue all the same He is the fastest racking horse in Kentucky andSone of the very best breeders or JournaliMr John Green Sublett is very fond children especially when they are progressing rapidly with their studies He is one of the trustees of the Can IaryHaneyvisited the pupils bringing them a nice treat The children were highly pleased and will ever remember Mr Sublett as one of their best rrlendstJ Rev Isaac J Heizer who was prln of the M IIcitytoday to Miss Marion Palmer Green l 0 MIGreen Fxpa a at Hastings Colo on fldlately2 landlsixtybottom land on the waters of Cane Fork Russell county G miles North East Jamestown mile West Jamesntown and Somerset road proved good orchard and good ings Splendid barn wm sell onbUildI onable terms A good home man II McBeath Irvins Store Ky Jr Bassett Hurt one of our bes tlInJr Hurt raised the flax from which drih0 year he procured the material out of niFotjustJiThewiyweek the young man in sin with her king his own life his body fallht across the corpse of his sweetheart the arrest and jailing of the Doclra IIribleIIotdesirablesewrong you your find you outdo spite of the devil t colorased i wereisin I a a were driving out Greensburg street 11h enorally opposite the residence of Mr ClaudI Hurt the mule became dumIpingThe mule took down the side street but was soon checked The buggy r I which belonged to John J Smith considerably damaged but the wom were not hurtSI The last letter Eld thamsted that another one would tollowI from Paris to Montpelier IientuckyDir and doubtless many of our readers haveI been expecting it It was fully D Irnice Wllliamss1 intention to write the letJter but since his return he has been Ithadprobabilities are that the promised letter will not appear It was a qu let arilzcle any notTal Cure La Grlppe Ilf TwoDasI b I THJjT slgntj tW Circuit Court The largest crowd sccn in Columbia since then Blackburn Rally was here last Monday It was first day of Circuit Court and all our ad ing counties were well represented Judge Jones organized the Court by noon but no other business was transacted the re malnder of the day being taken up with a speech from HonJohn W Lewis The following gentlemen compose the juries GRAND JURY J W Rubarls Geo Dickerson Lewis Do ey Arthur Bailey J J Dudley James Gri der J E Pike John Conover C B Dixon A B McGaha J n Ingram rrank Sanders foreman PETIT JURY A D Patteson J G Eubank Milt n Pa re1 RileyJamesBaker Elz Weatherington Wm Young Sam rs J IL Wilson H P Redman J D real Tim Uradshaw Cris Burton Welby Wits ham J S McFarland W T Simpson J M Russell II A Murrell Wm Parsons Valuable Mill For Sale Jprtqforler mill saw mill two automatic en gines planers and all kind of woodworking machinery elevator 6000 bushel capacity ten acres of land with five good dwellings well watered andIconvenient This property is all goo and doing a good business mill ning day and night It is within four hundred yards of the courthouse Ifyou want a bargain and mean business MillCoThey Are Very Pleasant mokers attention He has come awaThe Never Down Run porystoneleaves and rotten stock bad flavor Ifyou dont believe it try one and you will like it Ask your merchant for it eMforeGIRGUIT GOURT GREEN SONS litPlIls NoticeJI will on Wednesday Sept 12 1900 Gannettsand hear i claims against the estate of J WMrSanders assl nedrL B HURT Receiver ARM FOR SALEd good home reasonable terms 310 acres 4J miles Gradyville on Gradyville an- Brcedngroad4 d miles from Breeding miles from Nell 3 miles from Sparks vile on Lcathewood creek 210 acres creelphouses and plenty of out buildings neverfailing well in the yard There tarmI address m S H DIVERS ontes swe- m pt them and have Loted other mis sympathybutnk habit is the most unfortunate Men are differently constituted Some can drink a quart a day and ght are apparently sober ready a temperance lecture while hers a small quantity upsets them spreeIyou ll anti he is ready to divide his last of kindheartedwellwisher a th wellrIn A few gentle given at the proper time s sixed many from the terrible hab Tell your brother that you are his aGad atld you no but in all imUiliilty save a man WAtSON Health In this neighborhood is gen Rood L Il Young slid to Wm Cloyd of- IIustonille1O fat wethers and G yeW htad of Cattle MrS S Willsaras wife and ba visited the f imily of J H Young Saturday and Sunday CaseetIng near Miss CairiuIIarnionNeatsdurg was e guest of Miss Emma Young Tues day night Sandtisky U cutting some nice lumber fur J II Young Also has a lot cut fur the new bridge at Plum Point Miss Mapgly Wade is visiting her CumberIMrs E Duuiron who has been in IsiJamas Young is buying mules for the Southern market He has twelve nice sacs IThe school al Hickory Grovels pro nicely under the control of MJss Carrie Harmon Mr 0ranvillo Russell is building nice barn t GRADYVILLE J A Diddle was in Greensburg last weekWe had a good rain last week every thing revived W L Grady will leave for Horse Cave and other points to attend the fairs with his fine string of horses Mrs W A Wilmore accompanied by her son A B have been visiting her daughter Mrs Furgison in Cumber land county Mr and Mrs Ed Reed of Columbia spent last Saturday night and Sunday Hunteri r guest of Miss Clara Wilmore last week 3 fMisses Lyda Simpson and Josie DiJof lon in company with Messrs Payne and Simpson were visiting friends here last Saturday and Sunday Rev Hulse has been conducting a series of meetings in our town for the week with good attendance and sermons that can not be surpassed attended buyIng cMr Gwinn Moss and family of Lebanon were visiting his brother C O Moss last week Smith S Nell bought in Cumberland county 30 head of fat cattle at a cost of 45 per head Mr G W Dillon of Breeding one of the best merchants in the county s with us one day last week and re ted business very good in his town Our farmers have been very busy for the past week cutting corn and a few of them put in several nights of last cutting r T K Powell and wife of Glens k were visiting the family of W Wilmore last week Mr Strong Hill Informs us that he expects to rut In a flouring mill in our town in the near future Mrs Poke Mitchell of Edmonton spent a few days of last week with her sister Mrs L C Nell WC Yates Glasgow is visiting relatives here Prof Burnett and wife of Glasgow passed through our place last week on their return home from the Associa tionMr Taylor cf Greensburg and Mr Tinsley of Nashville Tenn were in our community last week placelastRemember the 5th Sunday meeting- at the Big Creek Baptist Church everybody invited to attend and it we edont have a good time will be disap pointedWilmore Moss is having an addition put to their store building which will add greatly to the convenience of the store Mr W D Jones editor of the Spectator was on our streets last week Miss Irene Yates one of our accomplished young ladies is visiting rela tives Bradfordsvillc atMessrs R L Caldwell and Burton Yates attended the Association near Campbellsville Mrs Robert Davis of Honey Grove Texas is visiting relatives in this part the county On last Saturday there were two mryings at Antioch Church near Sparksville One was uncle Sawney Sandusky one of our oldest and a good citizen who lived in this community for a number of years but has been making his home with his son near Glensfork He was 87 years old The other one was a daughter of Mr Will Sneed Edmonton Smith Nell shipped a car load of fatcattle to the Louisville market last week ABSMER Quite a large crowd attended Eld G Montgomerys meeting Saturday night and Sunday byMiss EvaDillingham daughter of W P Dillingham who has been quite sick for several days is slowly improv reMrs C T Walling Campbellsville was visiting her mother Mrs W J Cooley last week Henry and Robt Cooley are spend ing a few days with the home folks Misses Leona and Annie Robertson were visiting Miss Bettie Humphresa SundayMr L Coffey Knifley who Is teaching school hero was at home Saturday and Sundiy Misses Ethyl Cooley and Lora Ab sher were the guests of Miss Annie Hurt who is visiting her uncle B FJ Thomas at this place last Saturday sight Uncle Solomon Tureen and daughter Miss Mary of Columbia were visiting i tQuitespent a very pleasant evening at ilr Mr J D Abshers the ICth inst Miss Laura BrockmHn was Ylslifog Miss Ethel tiroclmati Saadav i CLOYDS LANDING 36uu McCoy of this place and Miss Addle Spear of Vernon Monroe coun bytYwere married The bride Is the daugh ter of Levi Spear Sheriff of Monroe county Sam Cary will go to Bowliup Green in a few days where he win ant Law Department o f the Southern Normal School Rev Holland will preach at A liens Chapel Sundaydestr rjfcbuildingschoolhouse has been used beret o foreued for religious servicestheirMrs Elizabeth Halsy of Vernon visiting Mrs Ellen Cary Eld Reuben Scott preached at Judio SundayThe udlo school conducted by LL Cary will give an entertainment Thursday Sept 20 This will be at the close of the first half of the school term Felix Lollar of Nashville came Sunday on a visit RicoWesleyfor Texas Monday where they make their future home Eld Flatt of Creelsboro itla-tHanover next Sunday Mrs P W Barron is very sickI publiMrsleaguofMr Robert Cary is on the sick D McComas and wife of Burksville are visiting his mother here Jo Graves and Mrs Minnie were married a few da sagoIJ M Hume ison the sick list Moses Cloyd o f Center Point is dangerously sick of typhoid fever fiance Goff Ed and Hugh RlchardI son have bought the Jo Graves farmone paying 2500 M F Parmley bought L Daltons farm in Whites B for 83700 lagihestoretThe colored Teachers Institute will convene at Burksville Monday to con tinue five days There arc only seven colored teachers in the county The Democrats of this county are enthusiastic for Bryan and Beckhamn There will not be a bolter in the coun atyKIllBLE Mr and Mrs A R Humblo are visiting the attars parents G A Kimble was in Cinci nnatiCollast week J Hand W D Stephens have returned from Louisville E T Tarter was in Cincinnatinl last week Miss Zoua Wilson daugh tityphoid Ularepected to recover Berry Humble son of J Humble died the 5th inst fluxyeof efheSecretaryBoard e lasted week looking after the sanitaryhe condition of our city rt John A Webb was inFrankfort last week on businesnilF L Wilson our newly appoint Dr ed postmaster will take charge of first of October years Prof T S Isbell dismissed says school last week on account of so much sickness pain I SOlJacoume was here last weak looking furUIJ gfiiseng uUnivMrs Minnie Vaughan is visit crying her parents Mr hud Mrs W of N Stokes Stokes iCy 50c Miss Polly Wilson has red- to her home at Oro after ajeudanying tho Summer JlerewhD Wilson Son wiltgoto lionillu iaville this week ter Robbfd Tlo GUW Force A startling incident in narrated byho John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol J 4 lows 1 THIS in an awful con My skin was almost yellow s l IImlback and sides 1111 appetite g terri weaker day by day Three php had given me up Then I was adt ised Pills tyuseKleclric Jiiucrs to rp joy the Jirstott emade a decided provcmcnt motioned their three week and am now a weJi man SoW HIOW they robbed the grave of A another vfctliii No one shot 7r girJbJr J United Americans It is becoming apparent that the true American spirit is arous the peril now menacing government No matter guments of loot may be adva to tempt us to rule the Filip nos by force against their will taughterAmericans that constitutional governments derive theirjust pow ers from the consent of the to sanction a sin so surely uctive of our national in No matter what selfish rea may be urged for the contin denial to the Porto Ricanslof rights under the constitution isa denial based upon tho theory that the American flag waves over that island as a colony not as an integral part of the United States we know as Americans that ua republic can have no colonies And as for the remarkable neces sitated feat of attempting to exist as a republic on the Amer inmainland while ruling as an empire in the Philippines and Porto every American knows in willgovernment can republic and half is for these good and valid American reasons that the Democrats the populists the silver teshirt cans and the antsimperi e are now drawing tics oflist1000Was 0 ex istence of the government is de pendent upon its issue The elo theorI plotters for empire is Save the republicSt Louis Republ icNew 100 Reward 100 The readers of this will beIn soldiepleaseddreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its boysottomthe medical fraternity Catarrh constitutional disease requires a treatment Aall Cure is taken internally actin directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by ing up the constitution and assisting in doing its work The pro inprietors have so much faith in its curfiledpowers that they offer one Hun ItoAddress F J CHENEY 7herePills are the bas Tom Turner Dead A special from Mt Sterling dated September 11th says ExCongressman Thomas Tnr died today at noon of general debility after a lingering illness exterpact the dis lawyer and state amanOwen g to life with that tenacity hiswhole at0 ments he was surrounded by his exceptionhfever in Havana Cuba death of Col Turner has caus great sorrow in this city where was loved by all who knew himpal A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of An E Springer of Philadelphia when Kings New Discovery cured her a hacking cough that for many had made life a burden After all other reinedl doctors failed It soon in my chest and I can no something I can scarcely re doing before I feel like its praises erse Dr Kings New Discov will is guaranteed to cure all troubles fife Throat Chest or Lungs Price and 81 Trial bottles free at T storeurtmay dare to do in crowds they would not dare ilIllis but the moral c of an act 1thocjin defend a right but never yet clgakeda right IVExtra 13rya1DitiunJubCouldntIltwpStood ItFgiF hed had Itching Piles Theyre Ar theworstsu case otChi on earth It has cured thousandsCJ BodilyyErup Fair worldtutartuseneeed 18bypoldmore money pn in a month than they wit 1 in Falrto arA teF41T11110- r Y 1 Shirt Waist For Men For several years the women have had a monopoly of the shirt waist bus iness but have JTacedhas not westruck Bardstown as yet there Is no asdoubt that by next summer they will be worn by all who want to keep cool The men of New York are wearing- ov them and it will take only a few months for the style to get here egOf course it would look Just a little odd to see this innoriatlon but it is coming By next summer we will all be wearing them We expect to see Judge Doughty on the bench with his shirt waist while the lawyers and cli ents will have on the same kind of gar ments We are just a little anxious to know which one of our preachers will be the first to appear in his pulpit with the regulation shirt waist on Itis so hot we are ready for our shirt waist now While we hesitate to be Thicannovation yet we stand ready with our paper to defend the innovator and also pledge him our word that if he is not mobbed we shall follow in his foot steps just as soon as we can find one of the garments and are able to raise the price of the thing We love the shirt waist woman and we shall respect the waist manNelson Record Nerveethe result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous en I ergy are not found where Stomach Isgetsuccess they bring use Dr Kings Life Pills Only 25 cents at T E Paulls drug store Japan every ablebodied man is a r and even the children know the use of arms Millitary drill is a thesschools throughout the empire School dress in a military uniform cut- Ie on the pattern of cadet uniforms n Europe and America Their instruc veteransagsf rebellion of 1877 This has its effect on the youthtu mind ever prono to hero worship and Japanbulid A petition has been circulated Campbellsville which will b at Frankfort asking for the release from the penitentiary of ry Barefield the negro who anotherCOco o whtyears e State penitentiary at the January term of the circuit court Many colored people here hope if he is released he will not return to Cam pbellsville They dont sleep well when Henry is in the neigh borhood TimesJournal Banksa very popular Valleyhasthat place and accepted a position with the Boot and Shoe house Vogel Bros Co Louisville youngbusiness him much success in his new de parture in businessTimes Jour A BrItish engineer says that in experimenting with wireless telegraphy he found it possible to convey the voice six or eight miles without the use of wires deesandap Inw ExPresident Harrison accepted CubaDuts be permitted to just reach the verge of national independence by 1oPo vember thats alls0aadT RED LIVE MARKET LipharacNaYardsCATTLEforceshipping 85 005 25 neys shipping 4 605 0 butchers 4 G04 7 to good butchers 4 254 50 Common to incdlurn btchr 3 253 60- npos packing and butch t 225 to 300 fts 5 4Jto REtotomGoodmoon flMfSV 520- SnSKP AND LAKBS shippingt dents T u 3 00325 ceases f jJJ 3 50a3 Common t4 m 1u PP t t ty i y- I 11- r c f PROGR7 MME + OFTnE tnissiofaryafd 45u9day School CONVENTION OFTIIE fjussell Greek Association TO CONVENE TVlTn THE Big Greek Baptist Church September 29th and 30th 1900 Saturday 10 a m 1 Devotional ExercisesB Y Wilson e needs and plans of the District Board W W Ingram an 0 Durrett 8 TJie Keys of the KingdomJ W to How Shall we Unite the Members hesV S Dudgeon and B Y Wilson Crawleyj 5 By Whom is a Man Called to the What are the dences of a caUE W Barnett G Matthew 12 and 48 WL Pierce 7 What are the Qualifications of a Minister HT Jesse Sunday 9 a rn 1 Devotional Exercises R D Walker 2 What Does it Take to Constitute a Legal or Scriptural Baptism J A Pierce 3 What is the Duty of a Church to her pnstor W L Pierco and W Barnett Regeneratiou Neccessary to Church Membership J F Roach EnglauMissionary i PROGRHMME i OF THE iiOF TIIE 0 iSOUTH GUMBERLflND RIVER flSSOGIflTION IT1IeVERNON RUSSELL COUNTY s iMT SEPT 29 AND 30 1JOO NN E MNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN N mo1 Organization and Enrollment of Messengers of the Church 2 Introductory SermonF J Merricks J M P Floyd 3 ANew Testament Church is a Baptist church like itY J CaveNN3 What Should be the Attitude of a Church Toward a Non ati tending and Nonpaying Member c F Breeding and S B Collins 0 5 How to Secure and Keep a Pastor J B Gridcr and J A McFarland G How are we to Meet and Overcome the Great Spiritual Dearth HayfieldJ i I1 The Devils Sunday School G S Wickersnam and J M xjs Pierce 2 The Importance of a Sunday School in any ChurchJ W and Hon John Phelps iNewEvery Church Member Should give Something to Mts J A Woods and Wm Cassada JonesSjk 6 clatleDJ Everybody invited Dinner on the Ground I I CLOYD PLAC- EREDBOILINGSPRIMS TU Health and Pleasure Be ort of Macon county Tenn BOILINGBLACK I LING CHALYBEATE FREESTONE WATERS Great Remedy for Disease of Stomach Liver Kid Dropsy Rheumatism etc Managerbr T T CItOY l edboiling Springs nPeaee forget that It lies been left to publican municipal administration St Louis dependent upon the for street lighting With the assurance of the Presi letter of acceptance bis party lobe the Republican party of IstpertalparOdotitcKliley HENRY W EDDtE 4a3w fLItRKf lSTuutsVILLEKY Also Dealer In FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember tho place 408 West Market In his letter of acceptance PrtsldrnSMcKinley assures fife trusts will hiivc nothing to fear In Washing tent he ls re elected to the President cy Perhaps tfto reason why it is so easy for widows to lead old bache Ito fer1causeand Jcnow the way Dril is thehaveswords in actiiinTha weapon ia no longer useful in modern ware on rorPArAdeptirposFt6 m haHl t f PPATTERSON HOTEL JAM6STONCN KY No 1 etter place can be found than at the abovenamed hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the ta ble at all times sup plied with the best the market affords aFeed Stable in con nection J B PATTERSON Proprietor TSTEPHENS IRdDry Goods Notions Boots ShIes ofEviCLOTHINGwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice line of MILLINERY on hands KENTUCKYECOBCOBAN a DAISYPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon Marble WDtks7 KYQdealers in all kinds ot rratltP MARBLE ANDGRANITEr UUI i =lIPRIOEB LOW WORK GnXAJRANTEEIDSpecial attention given to offeredOWM F JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky 0orse45oe + fertilizer FertiIizerThoHorseyrytl wantfor small amount of that sowwheat BRANDhasresults It will make SUrpiising willseversolder COFFEYColumbia 1 o ccccco Fifth Avenue MotEt PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST CON DUCTED 8200 HOTEL IN THE CITY jALErOUESVIELE KENJUCTLU iliiYiY iY YiYiYiY 13UY TftE EVIPI1ID t1Vltlt IS THE BEST ON Ofl TE Ffl5ETsay this with the full knowledge of othJrP arillB It has a force feed and Ica S1lto three bushels apereasily adjusted and rItany One can itoperate I can also you best brands of fnrliielih RTIiLJZERSthe I f f huk 4 fsgle Call ana seem W4F Jeffieies S nt 0tJ