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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j I THE ADAIR OOUNTYNEWSrVOLUME at COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1900 NUMBER 46 PUSTOFFICE DIRECTORY J M Russell Postmaster Offlce hours week days 700 a m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CtseoITOooarThree sessions a year Third Monday InJanuary third Monday In May an third Monday in September Circuit JudgeW W Jones Commonwealth s AttorneyN H W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Clerk Jno B Coffey COUSTY COOBT First Monday in each month Judge JW Butler County Attorney Jas Of rnett Jr ClerkT R Stalls JailerS H Mitchell AssessorG A Bradshaw Surveyor R T McCaffree School SuptW D JonesHCoroner Leonard OITT COOBT Regularcourt second Monday in path month Jdge J W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BCRTSTIIAB STETRev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sunday n each month Sundayschool at9 a m ever Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night MHTHODI8T BnnxsviLLB STKEBT Rer J L Kilgore pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST GBHBXBBUSO STBBBT Rev E W Barnett frtstor Services third Sunday In each month 3andayschol every Sabbath at 9 a m ty sleeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMFBBLLSVILLE PIKB Elder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC asCOLUMBIAlar meeting In their han over bank on FrII day night on or before the full moon In each month Q AKEMP WM T BSTCIT3 aecy COLUMBIA CHAPTEB R A MNo 7 meets first Monday night In each month- J E MnnnELU H PIJ O RussELL Secretary scsxrESS c str caCoiover JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor Columbia Kentucky IllSHotel is one of the best in this 1 section of the State It is a larg ew brick containing twentyeight ooms all elegantly furnished Good cample rooms and the table is sup lIed with the best provisions the country affords Rates very reasonable fjancock Hotel L BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia KycJUNIUS HANCOCK Prop hioJliirThe above Hotel has been re tted repainted and is now ready orthe the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the marketaffords Rates reasonable 100d sample room Feed stable at i bedhCOMMERCE HOTEL JAMESTOWN KYJHOLT VAUGHN Proprietors 0openedlandHolt Ibolcs after the culinary department and sees that the table Is supplied at all times wits te very best the market affords The proprietors arc attentive polite to guest Good sample nnV3the building tclaaliveryesonahlc ebanon Steam Laundry LEBANON KY 0a n rnOROUGHLY equipped modern expfer fenced workmen as grade work as can be turned out a place in the country Patronize home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited WJGilKSTONGOf Pro u RUED MILLER Agents Columbia Kentucky To prevent La Grippe take a dose orlwoI of Dr Mild Restorative Nervine daily Ladie Jayorit Iforleys Little Ut i Pills for Bilious People are the lad eshim5 favorite because they are small ifr quietbrittI izJ 4 l r h 1 Bryan Before the People Should a man occupying the dignified position of nominee great party for President of t- PUnited States take the stamp That depends altogether on the ability of the nominee to advocate dand defend the principles of his party and his physical qualifications to endure the strain of travel and loss of rest Much depends too on the candidate having the right side at issue It is for the managers of the Republican party to say if their nominal leader is equipped for an personal campaign ave they a cause justifying the appearance of the President of the United States before the people They must be the judges Shall their nominee be excused from further productions after the tai struggle incident to the wri ing of a lettle of acceptance savetiof columns long composed in a large clerksre merely a matter of finance 7 Would the people be satisfied with a candidate for the Presidency going about the country making ex actly the same speech in words as well as topics every afternoon and evening for a fortnight It derfence of a weak position or trust to an ample campaign fund to take the place of persuasion These are questions which the directors of the Administrations fortunes must decido for them selvesOn the Democratic side there isI no longer the shadow ofa doubt to the right course to pursue The more there is of Mr Bryan in the campaign the better for the Democratic party the better for the independent voters and the better for the country The Kansas City Convention adopted a splendid platform and the tang dates placed upon it have been ue as steel to the principles therein proclaimed Mr Bryan made a wonderful winning mpaign His fidelity is as ad as his eloquence He has taken the Democratic platform of the year 1900 as his guide and text He has clinched the love of- his former friends j he has wo those who were wavering to enthu candidacyt s of his enemies He has developed in four years from the brilliant young man who dazed the older heads with what they looked upon as a metoric and audacious for the highest political office world into a sage philosoph- and statesman Where once there was doubt there is now yetis confidenceMr speech at Indiana polis when officially notified of s nomination was the great turning point in the early part of campaign It was an eveni not less consequential than t national convention itself Mr Bryan so thoroughly and faithful expounded the situation so put in language that ap pealed to popular comprehension the thoughts that had been per haps crudely in every honest mans mind thit the tide instant Ily turned to him Whatever oth candidates for the Presidency in the past may have felt to be their proper oursewhntever hes itancy other candidates of present may have about meeting he people face to fuco and heart to heart on the consuming qn tions of the dnthe Indiauapo speech made it clear that Mr Bryan should be kept active luany the campaign every moment ifoo possible till the electioncMr Bryan is a remarkable ora tor He has a new speech for ev ery audience with no time for ghstagy between engagements HeAt aaover same the man who follows him fr town to town will have the deli of hearing the issues presented with new and effective 9mbe1lishc ments at very meeting T newspapers which are up date cannot afford to omit printj ing his speech at St Louis because only the day before they reportedI in full at Columbus and per atly M 1t seem to be exhaustive of the whole subject contention in this event speechehes trify and instruct the same audi ence William J Bryan has a tremend one advantage in the questions be fore the public He is demonstrate ing the constitutional side of this years dispute He brings to this workability honesty courage courtesy and diplomacy He brings also health and strength He has a healthy body the result of husbanding natures favors by a rational life His friends are proud of his great endurance be cause it enables him to defy trav el and loss of sleep and meet the people in the great crisis More than that Democrats and glorifty Mr Bryan will take to the Presidential chair a man of brains and honesty a typical American who will not owe his elevation to party chicanery who will be in debt to nobody but the people who will be more than paid by his devotion to the republic Cincinnati Enquirer OBITUARY On Wednesday morning Sep tember 12th death entered th home of Joseph Hutchinson an claimed little Joe aged about sixI years The funeral services were conducted by Eld F C Shearer at 4 p m the same day Friends God has plucked a bright from your home j it is for tomefallwise purpose none of us dare fore tell While we extend to you our tenderest sympathy wo realize that God alone can pour balm upon your crushed hearts The holy joy is yours of knowing that angel eyes now watch your coming and that your darling boy isI safe with Him who said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven and when lifes dark day is ended your little Joe will be waiting to receive you J and B Tupman IRVINS STOREli verny good at this writing several cases ofhe fever Farmers are very busy foddering and preparing to sow wheat RertWin attended the Association Oak Hill Church Pulaski county week ceTlle Separate Baptist Association choreerRussell county beginning Sept 21i daysctMr W P Ford has contracted his fine jack to Hale Bradshaw bI Ford is talking of accepting a position as runner on the river between Nas nine and Point Burnside Born to the wife of Proto J thheWe had a fine rain Thursday Mr H McBeath our merchant bought a fine farm near Monticello Wayne county and will move to it Mrs Josic McBcatb is on the si list Mr Cornelius Bexroat is confined to his bed with typhoid fever I noticed a piece in the Spectator stating that Gov Beckhams caliber was too small for Governor I guess that Mr Yerkcs will think he is a gat fhrouheIll with him esNow It any of your family are suffer fog with Chills and fever aching of the bones Jaundice Biliousness or other symptoms of Malarial Pois we earnestly solicit you to try a 50 cent bottle of Morleys Tasteless ChlJlJ Syrup for if used according to dirso boos we know it will cure No cu No pay Sold by W M Bell Joppa Middlesborough Ellen Pot fellntout wllonom the Brghtdied willtod or four weeks but It Chamberlains P stnre Balm Is freely applied a complete maybe effected in a very few days Pain Balm also cures rheum attorn cuts bjrjfy i r Facts About Prosperity It is a tashonable feature of campaign argument just now to talk of Republican prosperity although legitimate prosperity ender with the dawn of the new year The effects of inflation although still visible in many quarters are gradually subsiding and by next October our Republican friends will be ready to talk of Democratic adversity During the past month the following labor items have been noted The Washington Mills one of the plants of the American Woolen company employing 5000 hands have been closed down Eighteen mills of the American Steel company have discontinued work In the iron mines of the Lake Superior and Menominee regions wages have been cut from 10 to 15 per cent Out puts have been curtailed 2500000 tons and labor will suffer accordingly The rail mill billet mill and furnaces composing the plant of the Lorain Steel company at Lorain Ohio have closed down The Clinton Cotton Mills of Clinton La have ceased operation and the output throughout the state has been curtailed All over the country the railroads report decreased earnings This shows more plainly than anything else that the tide of the prosperity is on the ebb The St Paul the Rock Island an decreasednet earnings for the month The Louisville Nashville earnings decreased 131521 and the Southern Pacific 167720Im G1rpurposes Republicans should n to mention these things as they may find occasion to forget later and attribute them to the effect of DemocracyNew York JournalI The True Gentleman Would you be a true gentleman Would you care to know some of the things which go to make one Well the true gentleman must be above a low act He cannot stoop to commit a fraud He invites no secret in the keeping of another He takes selfIsh advantage of no mans mistake He is ashamed of Innuendoes- He uses no ignoble weapons in con He never stabs in the dark ds not one thing to a mans face and another to his back It by accident comes into possession of his neighbor counsels he passes them into Instant oblivion He bears sealed Pac ages without tampering with the wax whethatorastlie open in unguarded expo sure are secrets to him anothher atd keys bonds and securities notices to trespassers are uotfor hornear the tbinest partition any sehlls none he intrigues for none He would rather fail of his rights than win through em dishonor He will cat honest He tramples on no sensitive thasno one It be has a rebuke for another he is straightfor gickscurrillly In short whatever he judges honorable he practices toward every ore The NegrotrAmong the on the rotation of which depend health and happiness of the republic is the problem of the American ne What are we going to do with him Y The riddle of existence seems acs rteAharder to read But the riddle of ex istencc may not be read while the riddle of the negro may and must be Noel has been thought spoken and written upon this question What come to Nothing Whither has a logical consideration of it led No tireWe wish that we could say something wise or helpful on this matter We might indeed repeat a hundred sug dons all well enough as far as theyall go but here is the alnicutcyrho p go so short away sForty years ago the negro was a- Theslave today he is aproblem isSouth disfranchises him the North lynches him and buys his franchise Of the two the North uses him the a worse The South understands the negro better than the North and oa the whole treats him better Ii- least at givltt hhx what he host Deeds jt aMi lc gCtr7Ear- r f o- R r But his chances of employment in the North grow fewer every year In Chicago the condition of the colored man is rapidly becoming serious He must live and to live he must have work and work for him is getting scarce One seldom sees a colored wai tcrnowina restaurant or hotel as a house servanthe is well nigh extinct few business houses will employ him in any capacity though he produces a diploma from Yale or Harvard we permit him to ride in the street cars with uswhich the South does not though we give him a plenty of seat room and we draw the social line about as srIc1wh ly as they do in the South with none of the Souths compensating kindness inotherways lThe mischief was done early The negro was originally a servitor and was well content to remain a servitor In an evil day for his race he was raised citizenship No one cares to seri ously defend the Institution of slavery It is indefensible But there was a middle ground which was never taken We lifted the negro to the other ex treme and when we placed him there we turned our backs upon him For forty years we Lave treated him illogi cally unnaturally and in many cases inhumanly Matters cannot go on much longer as they have been Something must be done What Chicago Journal dYerkes on PardonsIIf you believe I will pardon men because they arc Republicans irrespec live of guilt or Innocence then you ought andwiU vote against me Sure lyMr Yerkes didnt invite all of those Powerofs Taylor Finley end the others associa assassinationon otc Goebel to vote for Mr Beckham for if every man that believed he would par don these assassins would vote against him as he said they ought Mr YerkesI would not recicve a single vote in the State As the matter stands Mr Yerkes has not said that he would not pardon these men if elected and conc sidering the fact that Mr Yerkes is running on a platform which endorses the action of Mr Taylor who not onlythe pardoned murderers and cut throats galore after they had been tried b even issued pardons to those whom knew to be guilty and who were cer rain to be indicted and tried if caughtj and remembering that Republics GoprvernorTaylorFinley cases came before himI kunder the oath and obligation of hisI ofllce to uphold and abide by the PherUnited States decided that it was his duty to ignore the provision of that Instrument and refuse to recognize the requision of Gov Beckham for the as sassins Therefore judging the action of future Republican Governors those of the past is it not fair to ve that Mr Yerkcs will Jlard men because they arc Repuollcans respective of guilt or InnocenseC It is a very significant fact too illatof prominent on the stand with Mr Yerkes was Hollind Whittaker a man charged with being an accessory before e fact of the murder of Wm Gucb elerul and who upon his appearance w aslaud given an ovation equal almost to Ih att ven to Yerkes himself and then too the large portrait of the persccu tt dand fugitive from justice W S Tayl was hanging directly over the bead speaker during the time he w ying to do the spur act on the yardun uestionthe A WONDERFUL CURE groOF DIAKUHOEA PROMINENT VA ED ronlHad Almost Given Up jut Was Brought Back t o Iorfa Health by Chamberlains Coil C1luleranndDtirrhoealtetuc hasREAD HIS EDITORIAL From the Times HIHstille VabI suffered with diarrhoea for a longi me and thought I was past being cured I had spent much time andu money and suffered so much misery that I had almost decided to give up hopes of recovery and await the result hut noticing theadvertisem cat of Chamberlains Colic Choleray arid Diarrhoea Remedy and also some tes tlmqnials stating how some wonderful cures had been wrought by this remedy I decided to try it After taking few doses I was entirely well of that trouble and I wish to my further totmy readers and fellowsufferers lha ain a bale and hearty than today and tiiyr 1 Jefferson and jVIcKinlcy The Republican candidate for the vice presidency is nearly as reckless of assertion in his letter of acceptance as he has been in some of his speeches This is the more inexcusable as M Roosvelt has been a writer of histo himself and ought to know the care necessary to make trustworthy statements with reference to the past f the country So long as Mr Roosvelt confines himself to a statement of the expo sion of the country under Democratic auspices he is correct enough But en he comes to the principles involved he is a good way off He say for example that the parallel betwee- atwh Jefferson did with Louisiana an what is now being done in the Philip pines is exact Undoubtedly Jefferson acquired Louisiana by purchase Be in the treaty the rights of the people then living in Louisiana were espec ially safeguarded they were from time to time allowed to organize terrltorl governments and were admitted as States All this did not happen under Jeffersons administration but it did happen in pursuance of his policy and in fulfillment of hi promise The mention of the Indian Territory is irrelevant and that was given to the Indians in exchange for land in the States and they have exercised considerable local selfgovern ment thereI What Jefferson did was very far from being a parallel for what is doing and has been done by President McKinley Mr Jefferson never conceived the idea that the Constitution did not extend to our new possessions but he did have grave scruples as to his right to purchase foreign territory at all The question was then a new one sad Mr Jefferson at one time entertained the idea of trying to put through an amendment to the Federal Constitution that would disipatc all doubt to the legality of the purchase It was finally decided that this was not nec essaryThe action of Jefferson and that of the Republicans that have controlled McKinley Administration were as opposite as possible Mr Jefferson was utalmost morbidly sensitive upon the hepossibty of violating the Constitut- IOn The McKinley Administration r the Porto RIcan matter after de dnIdDrecisely the opposite and to do th calmly pushed the Constitution asidei saying it had no relation to our posi flea What is going to be clone in hew ilippines we can not be sure but know the principle upon which it is to be done namely that the Constitution does not extend to our new pos sessl onSCourlerJ History of Galveston bThe city of Galveston is situated at Soleare land purchased from the Republic Texas in 1838 by Col Menard Galveston Island is separated from the main land by a strip of water two miles wide which was spanned by sev bridges among which was a mag nificent steel wagon bridge The Is is thirty miles long with an av erage width of one mile It lies e west and is low flat and sandy toorftables asThe average height of the Island above the mean tide is eight feet but in some sections there are places flu teen to clginccii feet above mean tI deg It Is Mill the pirates which infested the Gultf Mexico about the begining the century were thcfirst to learn of the cJ slrblllty of Galveston loacadys be did on the 1st of September 18- ringing 16 with him a fleet of twelve Afewdavtiafcerlanding Herera set a ovcrntiiPiit and proclaimed him aself Governor of Texas and Galveston Island After some time there he a his men sailed away to fight Spain and the tautens buccaneer Lafittc took possession of the harbor He built a tows there and called it Cam peachy It is said that during his pal mly days as buccaneer there were 1000 men in his rtlIoWlngand the town prospered on the plunder of his fleet of freebooting vessels pcturedracy In tbeGulf fit Mexico and the began to develop tte legitimate etrrrnrlses ofa setiporr g tae c t Yh mt1 m11t + Blacksmiths AND rrryColumbia Ky ofworre Buggiesor meIofbolts I faction guaranteed Give me a call Newly FurnIshed American Plan ILOO Per Day eipnoft dMEALS 25c 523 W MarketSt LOUISVILLE KY flgctWilmore Hotel alw M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky It stopsGood sample rooms and a firstclass Feedstable GORDON MONTGOMERY Wf 17f W a COLUMBIA KY 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ierliea 4 f Woo t IQrHB ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair ountyNcws o INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS Editor A Democratic newspaper devoted to the1ntcr ests of the city ofColumbia qnd the people of Adair and adjacent counties HKnterod at the Columbia Postofflceassecpnd class mall matter SVBSCRIPTJLOff RATES ONE VEAE tl00 bOc81xSTRICTLY IN ADVANCE ADVERTISING RATES QLoca notices ten cents per linelfor first In sertion andlQvo cents per line fur each subse 1 anent insertionDISPLAY ADS Space 1 irk xtlo sMo6 Mo 1 Yr I Inch 60 ice 200 800 5 00 Z Inches 75 130 300 4 60 700 3 Inches 100 200 400 600 10 00 4 Inches 1 25 2 y 6 00 7 sO 12 50 5 Inches 150 3 00 6 CO 10 00 15 00- X Col 3 CO 600 1200 aO 10 30 00 Col 50 9 00 18 OT 30 00 45 Oil tOol 600 12 00 2 too 40 00 60 60 There will be no departure from these rates under any circumstan- cesWEDNESDAY SEPT 26 DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President WILLIAM J BRYAN Of Nebraska For Vice President ADLAI E3 STEVENSON Of Illinois For Governor J C W BECKHAM Of Nelson For Congress BEN V SMITH Of Pulaski The Editor of the Spectator ad mits that he is not the author o editorials in his paper whic 1havebeen directed to tho editor o the News and that he is out the major part of the time and does not do much editorial work yet- I he invites us to engage in discuss ions and controversies with those who dodge behind him Until he edifs his paper we respectfully de cline Theadoro Hallam and Bil Sweeney are preparing to explode in Louisville The fate of Jim Howard charg ed with firing the shot that killed Governor Goebel is now in the hands of the jury A conviction 1isexpected 1 The best thing the extra session could do would be to pass a reso lution giving each member 5 a day the full constitutional time and adjourn sine die The Democracy of New York want Mr Bryan to spend a wee k campaigning in that State The have delegated ExGov Stone to make the arrangement South Trimble has decided to accept tho Ton W B Moodys 1 proposition to settle the Seventh district nomination by a court do cision Mr Tiimblo has filed an injunction suitatFrankfort which will be speedily pushed through the courts both sides to abide by tho decision The illustrated edition of the Eliznbethtown News is a hand some Book of artistic work doing great credit to the publication audible certainly the finest ad vertisement the thrifty citizens ofHardin county were ever given the advantage ofnnd they nro doubtless proud of tho paper that is doing so much to buildup thor s interests 1 Fjri 4 i TIlE WAY WE ARE MO VING The wholo country is wide awako this year when it comes to the con tention between the two great po lilicul parties The greatest ques tion now before tho American peo tie is that of expansion The Democratic platform discouuteu ancos the acquisition of territory in remote countries and tIll subju gation and enslavement of mill ions of people The Democratic nominee does not dodge the issue but comes squarely out and outa lines his course if elected On the other hand the Republican plat form is ambiguous and its nominee has dodged from one position to another and the people of the country do not know what course he would pursue should he be re elected One thing wo do know and that is that he has pursued a vacillating course and no man can state what is his real intention as regards to the Philippines The American people are the arbitors of their foreign complications and the entire settlement depends on whom they choose for President in November To continue McKiu boy in power means to continue a war of conquest It means the es tablishment of a European Coloni al system the creation of an im mense standing army that the weaker nations must fear where our flag floats Already thero are 65000 soldiers in the Phillippiues and yet the war proceeds This is but the first step towards the creation of an immense army that will be forced into existence just as certain as this government con tinues its present course No well informed man can doubt the correctness of this statement for it is a historical fact that every na tion that conquers and subjugates a people by the power of the sword can only retain control by the pow er of a standing army sufficiently strong t 0 overthrow rebellions The permanent retention of the Philippines can only be accom plished by military power for no people have ever become the friends of their conquerors and robbers Do the people of this country want this government to launch out on such a policy Do they believe it would redound to the interests of succeeding generations Do they believe it would be in keeping with our past and the spirit of our con stitution Do they believe that this government has any moral or legal right to the ownership of those Islands and their inhabi tants Not by any means The people of tho entire country know that our purchased title came from Spain and that Spain had no title thfe y Marinesf1 right because they had never sought alliance but freedom m dependence They further know that McKinleys course is a sad departure from American policy which has ever been commendable to liberty loving people through out the world that it is the great est mistake of a century of nation 1al life of stupendous growth and that it may be a most fatal leap into the untried future The most sanguine expansionist cannot come witharguments clear from doubts as to the advisability ofsuch a cause but they say the pace has been set we must go tho gait the flag has been hoisted it must not be lowered and various other state rnents of a similar nature all appealing to pride and the desire to raise the military splendor of our Government Tho other side 0f the question is presented in that candid open and positive manner backed by tho consciousness of knowing that we are not drifting rockYB or whose tempestuous billows may prove a Waterloo to our peace and prosperity The anti expansionist has the achievements of a century recorded in history to back his contentious against the seizure and control of remote territory and foreign people He has the constitution the platform of our Re public on his side Ho has the many failures of Empires and Kingdoms in tho administration of colonial government He has the protests of over nation or peo the subjected to carpet hag govern meat from ancient Empires to the present He has tho ever living consciousness of knowing that he is not subverting the God given rights of others That just governments derive their power from the consent of the governed He knows thafc tho greed of Ameri CftpitaHatioircumaeribM the gto iC y a t yri + and not only seeks a fair profit but absolute political and manual servitude There is not a doubt in t to mind ofanyman but our country was in a bettor condition prior- to its foreign entanglements that it was in the line of national thrift and progress and going a gait suf profited roubles Since McKinley has been in power the scene has shifted Conditions have changed and n Imperialistic system stands glaring and snarling in the face of a peaceful and happy Republic A continuance of this policy is meeting the stern opposition of many of the ablest Republicans Men whose love of country transcends that of party but there is another class of men who thoughseeing the danger allow their party allegiance to force them to support this policy trusting that something may happen to produco a change and drive McKinloy fcom the reef of Americas woe Then again there is that great mass the power of all parties unversed in the real nature the enormity and tho far reaching effect ofsuch n policy is as usual loyal to their nominees true to thier party and conscious of their own good faith will do all they can for its success But the brilliant and penetrating light of reason is rapidly discover ing tho danger that threatens to engulf this nation and as a result the tide has turned from the tendency of Imperialism to him who leads the cause of true American ism It is hoped and we believe that this country may be saved from binding the galling yoke of slavery upon the helpless millions of our fellow beings in the Islands of a district land and that a true and just recognition 6 f right may prevail Mans inhumani ty to man makes countless mill ions mournnnd ill gotten gains soon pass or linger to curse the possessor Voters study this great question YERKES1 CIVIL LIBERTY The following is an extract from Hon Bennett H Youngs speech When you Mr Yerkes on May 18 1900 indorsed without reserve the resolute and patriotic course of Taylor and in the name of the Republican party commended and ratified his acts and on July 18 congratulated him on his efforts and his coofficials in their efforts to secure the rights of the peo pie were you then sincere and honest or were you speaking in a Pickwickian sense And do you now endorse all that was done by Taylor and his area ciates from January to May 1900 at Frankfort 7 If yju do not wont you please get off your election hobbyhorse long enough t tell us what you do endorse or re pudiate In answer to all these demands Mr Yerkes who elevates himself on such a high politcal pedestal backCivi11iberty I want civil lib arty I appeal for civil liberty 1 If you ask Mr Yerkes if he ap proves Taylors use of the militia his response is Give me civil lib erty or give me death If you interrogate him as to pardoning the rowdy mountaineers caught drinking and carrying con cealed weapons his answer is Give me civil liberty If you wish to know if he approves w f Taylor filling tho executive build ing with desperadoes and defying the process of the courts he still exclaims I am for civil liberty If you want to learn his views as to Taylors spurious pardons of Powers Davis and Cultou you get tho same reply I am for civil lib erty1 If you ask what he has to say of the gross violation of law by Mount and Roosevelt in refusing to sur render a fugivo charged with mur der and assassination you got the same sterotyped response If yon would like to learn about his views on the adjournment of the Legislature to London again he says I am the voice of one crying for civil liberty And if you want to know what opinion he has about Taylors soldiers chasing tho Legislature out of the State house and at the point of the bay onet driving them out of the court house in Frankfort this great po litical automation answers back I am for civil liberty 1 Is this the sort of liberty the Republican candidate for governor wants Is this the burden of his great soul cry experiencesbs c 1x T 1 USSEuli SP IflGSfiOTEli 1 not what Mr Yerkes and his party demand It is not what Taylor as its representative meted out to the people of the State We have received a copy of the first issue of the Morning Democrat a daily paper just started a Lexington It is edited by Mr 1 V P Walton one of the bas writers in tho State and the pa per tI MI rely do great work for the t au if Democracy If yo want i on cracy pure and undefiled subscribe for it I For Sale Twelve head of two year old steers Good ones Call on J N Murrcll or W F Jellrics For SaleEight or nine good bone hogs in tine shape for fattening will weigh 125 to 150 W B Hurt JOPPA Corn cutting is about over and wheat sowing will soon begin Tom Holladay left for Glasgow last Tuesday where he will attend schoolCharley Young is very sick with malarial fever Bruco Epperson has gone to Louisville to purchase a fall stocd of goodsW Bell mado a business trip to Campbellsville last week Mrs Lou Bennett and Miss Susie Morris visited their sister Mrs Laura Blair in Russell county last week Mrs Mary Montgomery and daughter Hattie visited at W W Brockmans Thursday R 0 Cubbell bought a Re Sqirrel colt for 60 W J Gabbart sold to Luther Bolin to calves for 25 Robert Epperson has been clerking for Willis Epperson this weekGeorge Holt died last Saturda Bismarcks Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualitiesand the success they bring use Dr Kings oNew Life Pills Only 25 centsat T E Paulls drug store A Word to Mothers Mothers of children affected with croup or a severe cold need not hesitate to administer Chamberlains Cough Remedy It contains no opiate nor narcotic in any form and may be given as confidently to the babe as to an adult The great success that has attended its use in the treatment of colds and croup has won for it the approval and praise it has received throughout the United States and in many foreign lands For sale by M Cravens COMRADE M1 H BeLonn c of Schnylervttle N Y Who served In Company E 5th Vermont Volunteers had returnfrom4tl have used Dr Muss Restorative Nervine for nervousness brcugiit on by theme of tobacco and too close applica lion to business It gave me prompt relief without leaving any unpleasant effects TuauItwas beneficial and lasting I heartily endorse it DR MILES Rstartiwe Nervlnetaaraateefiat freeDMt z n 4 KIAIBLE KY oooI- s now upon for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious build trig as the picture in dicates and is run lirstclass in every particular g VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro A Thousand Tongues Could not express the rapture of Annie E Springer of Philadelphia when 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 thetpain in my chest and I can now sleep remembersounding its praises throughout the Discovu cry is guaranteed to cure all troubles of the Throat Chest or Lungs Price SUcand SI Trial bottles free at T E Paulls drug store LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Ilourbon Stock Yards CATTLK Extra shipping S5 005 25 Lightshipping 4 C05 00 Best butchers 4 C04 75 Fair to good butchers 4 254 50 Common to medium btchr 3 253 50 Boas Choice packing and butch crs 225 to 300 Ibs 5 40 Fair to good packing 180 to 2001bs 540 Good to extra light 160 to 180 lbs 5 20 SUBE1 AND LAJtBS Good to extra shipping 251FairCommon to medium 2 002 5 100 Reward 11U0 The readers of this paper will be leasdt one been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known the medical fraternity Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease requires ai constitutional treatment Aalls Ca actingYupon mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroy 1ing the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The pro- prIetors have so much faith in its cur ativc powers that they offer one Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY S CO Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best OCR GLORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth If not The Weekly Enquirer 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 suit has been as follows Year Population Year Population 18107239881 1860 31 443321 1820 9633822 1870 3858371 1830 12888020 1880 50155 783 1840 17069453 1890 62622250 1850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States excluding recent 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 fist neuMt oerreet pHI rieeired S300000 ToUmweod 150000- To the third 75000 To thefoarlh 50000 ToUrtfiflh 25000 Tothrixth 20000 Toils oeTesth 15000 Tothenextl0eeoh tOO booting 100000 Tothenezt50 each 50 uniting 250000 ToteDuttuueuh ameu to 250000 Toft uxt500uik910UHutiBgto 500000 fo tkt eCh to a ttBfosto 765000 2197 cash presents amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money equally divided proposition 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rRLOLIVINO OUR NEW fflLL stook OOOD in and examine BARGAINS in all lines AS SASSASl2 a XiW2W WlWSlW WVS SAS A5 5 S fiPfESFPERSONAL MENTION E T Willis was in Liberty Sunday Mr O P Bowman of Liberty was in Columbia Monday Mr G W Dillon Breeding was in Columbia Monday Mr Matthew Taylor Glenville was in town the first of the week Mr Robt Morrison of Jamestown tlwas here last Sunday Mr J H Pelly and E L Feese of Pellyton were in town Monday Mr T B Hazard of Campbellsville was in Columbia Monday Mr EG Atkins is in Louisville this week Mr Geo McLean was in Glasgow last Friday and Saturday Mr J L McLean returned from Glasgow Sunday evening Miss Fannie Garnett is visting in Dayton Ohio Mr C S Harris is on a business trip to Virginia Mr J T Collins Campbellsville was here last week Miss Lillian Holladay is visiting friends in Glasgow Mr Selden Young of Cumberland county was in Columbia last Sunday Mr C M Hobson of the Royer Wheel Company was here last week Eld Lawrence Williams and Mr Fred Hancock were in Glasgow last weekMr J O Russell and wife are attending the Carnival at Cincinnati this week Mrs Robt Hudson and Miss Delle Mitchell returned from Metcalfe coun ty last Friday Latitia a little girl of Mr and Mrs T E Paun has been qnlte sick for j several days Mr J H Stone and wife of Russell county were in town last Sunday en route for Louisville Messrs J A Diddle and C C Yates j Grady ville were here the first of the I weekMr Scott Montgomery has gone to the city this week to buy his fall stock of goods Miss Annie Eubank who has been visiting in Liberty returned home Monday accompanied by Miss Lucille BowmanDrs G Staples and R Y Hind man left for the Louisville University Monday morning Dr Staples will graduate at the close of this term Dr Hindman will attend one more session I LOCAL JOTTINGS Come to the speaking next Monday Read theuad of Hughes Coffey Hunter Born to the wife of Jas M Traylor Sunday the 23d instant a son Basil is the name of a new postof I rlicein Adair county I have a six yearold fat cow for sale R M Cabell Joppa Ky Come and bear Hon Geo E Stone r Thursday October 4 We have just received a long letter from Nichelasvlllc which will appear next week Tell your friends that Hon Geo E Stone will speak in Columbia Thurs day October 4 twoJear1old Next Monday will be county court There will be Democratic speaking A large crowd is expected Squirrels are very plentiful Last e week John Rowe killed 200 and West Sanders over 100 For SaleTwo combined mares one 4 one 7 years old Entitled to regls tcr Rufus E Dally t r Mr T S Scott and wife removed f their household goods from Green county to Burksvllle last week Jeffries Son have just received a car load of the best wheatdrills bot- htJnoe and Disc Will sell low for cash 3 lion J N1Vcud and other Demo cratic speakers will address the voters iof Adair county at the courthous next Monday Mrs Emily Grider sister of Mr Lucy Jackman of this place died It her home near Liberty Sunday mar ing Sept 23 you visit Louisville stop New Phoenix lintel First cl sst 11tbO and will located Orner of 7th at t Street s zi ly lII ftf Ei Mrs Tim Bradshaw and Miss Effiel Bradshaw will return from Louisville tonight with finest line of millinery ever brought to Columbia Remember the Sunday School and Missionary Convention to be held at Big Creek Church the 29th and 30th of this month Upon their return from a bridal tour Mr and Mrs W W Cornelison gave a reception to their friends about Camp Knox Mr Geo Nell has been improving the cottage he bought of Mr S M Wolford and it is now a convenient and comfortable dwelling Mr Z T Sanders fell out of his wag on last week and hurt his right shoul der and arm severely Will probably take a few weeks time to get well Tell my friends to smoke the Gov J C W Beckham 5 cent cigar made for the great common people by V M Gowdy Campbellsville Ky Money subscribed for the building of the Plum Point bridge Is now due Call at once and pay the same to John B Russell orJ B Watson We extend our heart felt thanks to our friends who helped us in the sick ness and death of our little child Joe and Mary Hutchison Strayed from my premises a black sow will weigh about 150 pounds crop off left hole in left Will pay the finder F C Wheeler Sparksville Ky Fore SALETwentyfive head of one and twoyearold cattle also one span fiveyearold mules Apyly to Ben F Tupman Green River I will sell my farm for a reasonable price and on reasonable terms It is near Glenvlllc this county and is on excellent home good community con tains 275 acres Mrs L T Powell Fort SALE Sixtyeight acres of land 28 acres In timber Weh water ed two good orchards lying It miles from Eli Burtons storeG R REDMAN Mrs Lucy Jackman and her daugh ter Miss Laura were called to Liber ty last Friday on account of the ser ious illness of Mrs John Grider who is a sister of Mrs Jackman The outgoing section of the Parme lee Library will be shipped October 1st Parties keeping books out after September 30th will be expected to pay for them Hon Geo E Stone will speak at Middleburg October 29j Lebanon Oc tober 1 Campbellsville October 2 Columbia October 4 He is an able speaker and the people should hear him Mr Jas Dowdy whose home was In Greensburg and known to all the young men of Columbia was wounded unto death in the Philippines The sad news reached the family of the deceased last week A new roller mill will be started in Green county near the residence of Mr L H Cabell Van Meter McLean are the proprietors and the ouilding is now in full headway The mill will have a capacity ofJO boa refs a day Mr AIt Foley has sold his general store at Kimble to F L Wilson and the latter has taken charge The same day this transfer was made Mr A C Acree sold his stock of groceries to G A Kimble Another daily mail will be received at Columbia commencing the 8th of October Mr J B Barbee this placer is the contractor Theline is between Campbellsville and Columbia and the mall will arrive at 12 noon each day On the 15th Win Sievers shot an killed Charles Tarter at New Hope Church in Pulcskl county Both par ties were young men and unmarried As we learn the trouble was the outgrowth of whisky Boys beware of the damnable stuff Mr W L Brockman has left at thh office a few ears of early Dent that matures in ninety days It 1 perfectly white No other variety acorn 1 makes as good bread Mr Brock man has some for sale at 8100 per bushel Mr W L Grady dealer In tine saddle horses was at the Glasgow Fair last week and was awarded quite a sum ber of hides Mr Grady lass mete witlijsucccssat every fair he has attended tblsyear There is uo bettor bans dler of stock in the State nEon SALE One 12horse Traction Gelser Engine one Geiser Separator one Clover huller one double Prcntmn sawmill one log wagon one water with tank Price l2oO dellv ItltcrecUnColumla Ky BlfdSolthiOr- rI apply at Columbia Livery 2t isl e RUSSELL MURRELL The sawmllll which has recently j been set near Sparksville by Hogan Rice is ready to commence cutting timber They already have trees enough to make four hundred thousand feet of lumber and will purchase many more Mr Bryant Nelson who was a prom inent merchant of Russell county who was doing business at Wesley died last Thursday He was a man much respected and his death is regretted throughout the county He was about fifty years old The public highways of Adair coun ty are said to be in better condition than for many years Nearly all of them have been worked and the bad places left will be repaired before cold weather Nothing pleases the travel ing public better than good roads Mr Frank Sanders who was fore man of the present grand jury was excused by the Court last Thursday on account of the illness of a member of Mr Sanders family Mr Sam Myers who was on the petit jury was placed on the grand jury and is now the fore man of that bodyIMr M R Powell of Russell Springs was in Columbia Saturday He statedI to the News that all the sick at Kim ble were improving with the exception of Mrs Wilson who is yet in a critical condition He also informed us that Mr Ben Ross of Esto was lying dan gerously ill with flux Hon Geo Nell cclebratedhls sixtieth birthday last Sunday A sumptu ous dinner was spread and all his rein tives of Columbia and a few special friends were present The day was happily spent and the dinner greatly enjoyed Mr Nell received a number of useful presents We are sorry to report that Russell county Is to lose one of her best citizens Mr Hauibal McEeath who is doiLg business at Irvins Store has purchased a farm near Monticello and will remove to Wayne county He will be greatly missed and his place will be hard to fill Hons Ollie James and W P Thome will be in Columbia at an early date Mr James is an able and an influential man in State politics and a very forcible speaker Mr Thorne has been be fore our people and has quite a number of friends in the county Due notice will be given of their coming Next Monday night will be the reg ular mcetfngof Columbia Chapter No 7 R A M Important business to transact and all members who were elected officers at the last meeting arc urged to be present- J O RUSSELL Retiring High Priest Mr Finis Baker writes the News that while hands were opening up a public road two miles below Amanda ville they dug up a human skeleton There was no sigu of a cotlln No one here knows of any person having been burled there and I know it was not done at any time in the last thirty years Mrs Ruth Campbell wife of Mr Zach Campbell who lives on Green river died last Sunday morning about 2 oclock She was a very estimable young woman only nineteen years of age She was married to her husband about three years ago She was loved by all who know her and will be great ly missed in the neighborhood where she resided Several weeks ago we announce that on the 17lh of this mouth Colum bin would begin to receive another- daily mall We understand that n bid sent in was accepted by the Post master General all of them being con hidercd too high Mr J B Barbee u this place forwarded the lowest bid od I anagreement may be reached ILast Sunday the 23rd at the home L Dunbar in Russell county Mr John Wooldridgo and Miss Hughes were nnlted in marriage j goosaccomplishes d and possesses all the charms for mak i lug life worth living The News ex i tends congratulations IAsa Turner of odor was tried last Friday fur maliciously cutting Charley Culfty Mr Coffey isacltfs u of Rus sell county but the trouble occurred in Adair several years ago 1 1 seems that Coffey had the darky undcrar rest and tbat trouble arose near Glen vine resulting in the prisoner serious ly cutting the officer about the face On the witness stand the darky told a straight story of self defense which was corroborated by Mr John Willis and others who testified The ju WItS butbuta few moments returning ave dlctof acquittal Invitations to be present at the mar riage of Mr Charles E Runyan of Chicago Ill to Miss Cora Lee Bower of Jeffersonvllle Ind have been re celved at this place The ceremony will be performed Wednesday Octo ber 3d at 030 p m Miss Bower is a cousin of Mrs E G AtkIns Mr Geo Walford and Miss Mont Walford this city She is also very pleasantly remembered by her many friends made during her recent visit to Columbia The Farmers Home Fire Insurance Company Junction City Ky 200000 strong Insures all kinds of property except steam mills hemp and tobJccot Rates reasonable Insures against Fire Lightning and WIndsZ M STAPLES County Director- T A MURRELL AgentIA N WELLS for many years with the Continental General Managert The trial of Porter Fletcher for Seducing Miss Alice Wootenwas entered into last Friday and the case was given to the jury Monday afternoon after being argured by Judge Jas Garnett and Hon J F Montgomery for the defense and Mr Roll in Hurt and Commonwealths Attorney Aaron for the State The jury took the case about 4 oclock Monday afternoon andc Tuesday forenoon they reported that they could not agree aud were discharged The jury stood nine forcon vlction three for an acquittalJ Rev G W Perryman Middlcsbor ough will be in Columbia tomorrow night and will preach at the Baptist Church He is a native of Adair county a logical and interesting speaker and a large congregation should greet himSince writing the above Mr Perry man has decided at the request of friends to deliver his lecture subject A Live Wire at the courthouse on the night mentioned above He will not preach No admission to the lec ture A living picture showing the necessity for homes for pour and destitute children was before the people of Columbia last Sunday night A bright little boy six years old who was secur ed in Casey county was placed in viewJ of the audience His father is in theI penitentiary for life his mother and brother hi jail at Liberty charged with unlawfully selling whisky The boy will be given a good home and perhaps will never know of his earliest surroundings All the material for the Plum Point bridge has arrived and the structure will be completed by the middle of next week With a bridge across Green river the business of Columbia should be materially enhanced Before an orI der was made for the bridge much complaint was made by citizens beI cause they could not reach this during a rise in the river In a fewf days the bridge will be up and people living beyond the river are respectfully invited to Columbia to do their trading Fur several years the Baptists have been considering the advisability of es tablishing a college in the hounds of the Russells Creek Association AtaJ meeting of their Association held at Salem Taylor county to weeks ago a committee Judge Jus Gaructt of this city being one of the gentleman appointed thereon was selected to raise funds for that purpose and decide upon a location The building will probably cost 12000 or 15000 and Ciimpbullsvlllc Is anxious to be select ed as the place of location We nominate Columbia bolleving it is the bes Asd rLast Thursday morning at Wesley Russell county the spirit of J Bryant Nelson took its flight to the world un hadfbeen severa days but was unable to overcome it He was in his 52d year and was an unmarried maij lIe was a fine business man It good citizen and will be greatly missed in his part of the country He had been in the incrchantilc aeWesley Russell county being one o the firm of Nelson Bros Success crowned his efforts and his estate i worth several thousand dollars He was a cuusin to our townman Mr Wm F Jeffries The funeral services were conducted by Rev S B Perkins a Concord Church four miles cast o Jamestown and the body was placed to rest in the graveyard at that place a far c crowd of friends and relatives being present at the burial IJJ Couldnt UuvoStoodlt IIf hed had Itching Plies Theyre I annoying but Bucklens Ar j nica Salvo will cure the worst case Piles oh earth Ithas cured thousands For Injuries Pains or Bodily Erup tlontfitsJ the best salvo in the world fPrlc 25c A box+ Cure iu rtntee Sold byTEiHull drtigglst rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrririrrr rr rr fill Other MercliantablG Produce Taken In Exclianoe For Goods III rr r + rrirrrrr rrrsrThe Speaking Monday is Last Monday afternoon Hon John W Colver Democratic Elector for the Eleventh District and lion Ben V Smith Democratic candidate for Congress in said district spoke to a crowd of about 250 voters in the courthouse Mr Colyer spoke first and presented many reasons why every man who is in favor of honestgovernment both State and National should vote the Democratic ticket He took up the Stat I issues showing that the Democrats were right upon every proposition now agitating the minds of the people How they had cheerfully submitted to courts and how they were sustained upon every proposition He of Taylor and his gang who foully murdered Governor Goebel the ti of the pardoning power and Tay lors flight from the State He showed McKinleys imperialistic policy telling the people that such a course was bound to lead them to a monarch- Ial form of government His whole speech was argumentative and con vlncingdHon Ben V Smith followed Mr Colyer and made a short and telling speech in advocacy of Democratic prin iples He urged the Democrats to be diligent promising to rut down the Republican majority hi the Eleventh district Mr Smith came to Adair comparatively a stranger but his speech arrmsed his friends add the Democrats will support him to a man Valuable Mill For Sale We offer our entire mill property for sale It consist of a GO barrel lol ler mill saw mill two automatic engines planers and all kind of woodworking machinery elevator 6000 bushel capacity ten acres of land with five good dwellings well watered and convenient This property Is all goodt and doing a good business mill running day and night It is within four hundred yards of the courthouse If you want a bargain and mean business call on or address the Columbia Mill Co Columbia Ky They Are Very Pleasant Smokers attention lie 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 and you will like it AsI your merchant for it Manufactured by S L Howicn Som erset Ky The young people of Columbia and vicinity arc indebted to Miss Marietta Rowe who lives a few miles out of town for one of the most enjoyable entertainments given for many months Her parlor doors were thrown open on the evening of the 19th andh friends being numerous at an early hour every room in her spacious home were filled with the gay throng who were out for a delightful time Several hourswere spent in social converse and the usual parlor games were indulged in interspersed with vocal and instrumental music At 1030 oclock refreshments consisting of ambrosia cake etc were served and if any one failed to cnjjy him or her self it is not to be laid at the door of the young lady win did eve ythiug in her power tj make the entertainment exceedingly pleasant to all in attend ance Mr and Mrs Ruse are hospi table by nature and arc perfectly de lighted when the young people gather at their home Mr J W Gardner District Super intendent of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society has been in our midst several days and last Sunday night at ant ciety Rev T F Walton in a short and wellworded talk introduced Mr Gerdner who said in part Toe institution was founded for time purpose ofI caring for poor and destitute children By legal proceedings children ofa county without homes are placed with the society the society finding themI comfortable abodes lit wellregulated families Children who are in the poorhouse are taken therefrom frequently adopted by influential an wealthy families Mr Gardner had two little boys with him one from fromfcounty e from Green county to the home sews eral from Taylor has the promise o twelve from Russell and will get several from Adair He is doing grand work and so well pleased wcr Itfa was fifty dollars subscribed for the cause It is often said that Columbia is lo uteri In that part of Kentucky where broomsedge abound and men grow Looking backward we recall quite a number of men who started in life here and after making an enviable peopefI I for brilliancy and worth growing as they advanced in years It docs us goof to see favorable mention of for 1luer Columbians and we always tak p In reproduclg whatever is Mid or IhEtn Jut BOW cttraifcnUba called to the candidacy of Mr Lev Russell son of the late Judge W E Russell who desires to represent Ma rlon county in the next Legislature He is a Democrat and will be nominated without opposition and the nomi nation is equivolent to an election While Lev is comparatively a stranger to the people of Adair county his fattier was born and reared in our midst and his reputation as a lawyer was made at the Columbia bar We believe young Russell will be the next Representative from Marion county and that he will make an enviable reputation during his stay at the Capital GRADY ILLS Quite a number of our people attended childrens day at Big Creek Sunday Messrs H C Walker H A Walker and W M Wilmore attended John Rheas speech at Edmonton last Mon day and it was strictly a good one Mr J J Hunter and wife are in Louisville this week buying goods Miss Ada Wilmore spent last Satur ay night and Sunday visiting Mr Claybomb and family Mr Tom Dillon of Breeding was calling on our merchants last week W L Grady left today for the Horse Cave fair with a nice string of horsesMrs R L Caldwell has been confin ed to her bed for the past week with throat trouble Uncle Gco Yates and wife of Brad fordsville are spending a few weeks with their many friends and relatives- In this community Everybody is invited to attend the baseball game at Hindmans Sulphur Well the 5th Saturday in this month The young folks expect to have a nice time as there will be plenty dinner on he ground Mr Matthew Armstrong of Creels boro spent last Sunday with his sister Mrs R L Caldwell of this place Mr Martin Roach made a business trip to Glasgow a few days ago J H Smith returned from Louisville last week where he has been attending the stock sales He report sales good Mr W W Yates spent a day or so of last week in Metcalfe and Barren counties and reports the Democratic ticket in the lead in the community visitedMessrs Garfield Flowers W C Yates C C Hindman and L S Smith attended the Fair at Glasgow and re port a good time Thos Wilson of Edmonton was In our midst last week buying mule colts Eld Z T Williams in company with is daughter and niece of Montpelier passed through our place one day last week enroute for Glasgow where the young ladies will enter school J O Yates sold last week to J A Diddle two mule colts for 40 H A Walker sold to Wm Hudson of Col umbia 14 calves extra good for 8180 C S Bell sold John Murrell 2 calves for 624 David Kinnaird sold to Wm Hud son one calf for 15 John Rose sold W M Wilmore a calf 10 H A Wal ker bought last week in Metcalfe county 3 horses for 1GO Smith Nell sold Dick Tandy a lot of cows for 2 cts Ib Rev Crouch in company with Rev Conway the traveling evangelist left for Chattanooga Tenn where they will engage in camp meeting Bro Crouch informed us that he expects to engage in that kind of work for the the next year and would not take any circuit Revs IIulsc Kilgore and Smithton left our place the first of the week for EUzabcthtoivn to attend conference Mr D J Schooling Columbia was on our streets Saturday looking up iu suranceMisses Pearl Hindman and Clara Wilmore accompanied by JW Walk er Ilarlan Iliudman and Burton Yates visited Misses Mary and Maggie Holla day lat Saturday night The night yonndMONTPELIER Misses Sallie and Lena Williams have entered Liberty College Glasgow E D Wheat and Luther Will 1tams who have been sick for the past week are improving improvingcMrs Joe Coffey and Mrs James Gar nette of Columbia were visiting Mrs E W Wheat Saturday and Sunday Rev ZT Williams Is assisting Rev M O Ewing in a meeting atMt Bird Rev Z T Williams and wife were visiting Jamestown last week Rev G W Perryman visited Z T Williams family Monday night Miss Nannie Willis who has been visiting Mrs Mollle Pattcson returned home Wednesday Mr Joe WIlliams was in Columbia last Wednesday George Grider is palatlbR Z T Wile UIlMbotne AIr Albwt RpwelornoWen yr lierf TwMdy OJ- I L2 JAMESTOWN The cold wave the first of the week made the people think of overcoats and wrapsMr Frank Snow of Highway was visiting his daughter Miss olara who is attending school at this place last weekMr and Mrs W C Adams of LIb- erty were visiting Mrs Texas Rowe last week Mr L F Scholl returned from a FridayI Mrs Flora Osbourne and three children of Owensboro were visiting relatives in town last week Mrs S A Simpson of Kimble Is visiting her aunt Mrs G F Jones who is still quite sick Mrs Daita McFalls and little sister of McKinney Texas are visiting their grandparents Judge E S Falke burg and wife Mr Lllburn Phelps who has been sick for the past three weeks is slowly improvingMr Nelson a prominent citizen died Thursday morning with typhoid malarial fever Miss Eflie Faulkenburg entertained quite a number of her friends Thurs day night in honor of her niece Miss Dalta McFalls VESTER The health of this community is very good at present Miss Pearl Neat is visiting relatives Went Pellyton this week Rev E W Barnett filled his regular appointment at PlasantGroveSunday- Miss Pearl Breeding who is attend- Ing school at Pleasant Grove was ab senta few days of last week on account of sickness Misses Cora and Mattic Reynolds at tended the singingat Clear Spring Sun dayMr J R Curry who has been dangerously ill is thought to be improving Mr Sam Policy of Policytonwisltcd Mrs Rebecca Reynolds Wednesday Messrs J II Reynolds and J M Curry were in town last Monday Several frgm this place anticipate at tending the basket singing at Pleasant Hill next Sunday Mr and Mrs W F Neat are at the bedside of the latters sister Mrs Pel ley who is not expected to live Mr J W Bryant who has been sick is improving Rev J L Murrell will preach the funeral of Mrs J M Curry at Oak Grove School House Sunday Oct 7th PELLYTON Most of the farmers around here are about through cutting corn and pulling fodderMr Fry Coffey has been on the sick list for some time J H Ellis bought a mule here last week for 22 Miss Maupin has fever Jas Jones and Jasper Doss were in Phil last Friday Swiggctt Bros sold their engine to flardin Bros of Taylor county last week for 350 Mr Joe Campbell has been quite sick for the past week Mrs John Maupin and Mrs John Guy have typhoid fever Mrs ZT Campbell Is very low with typhoid fever CLEAR SPRING Mr George Blair is very low with typhoid fever The school at this place under the management of Miss Annie E Montgomery is getting along nicely Prof C E Willis Joppa was in this locality Sunday Quite a crowd attended the singing at Shiloh last Sunday conducted by Irof Sam Stnpp Miss Lou McKinley visited her brother Mr W G McKinley Sunday Prof Ruel Cabell is teaching a sing tig school at this place Mrs Solomon McKinley Is able to be out again Robbed Tko Gaave A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as fol lows Iwas in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunk en tongue coated rata continually In back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided 1m provement I continued their use for three weeks and am now a well man 1 know they robbed the grave of another vlctiii No OM shoW taU to try hem Only 50cfgfMfaMtetdai IIT Etxx UjttHMt 1 AHgelds Warning former Governor Jjbn P Altgeld warns the Democratic National Committees to watch the count of ballots next November He declares Republi cans are depending on fraud and crime at the polls to carry the election and 0for that purpose have raised 25000000 from trusts Democratic managers however do not take kindly to the scheme But they say they will keep better watch this year than they did in 1896 Mr Altgeld made a statement part of which follows ClIo 1888 Cleveland carried Kentucky by about 13000 majority In 1896 Mr Bryan gets about 43000 more votes than had been cast for Cleveland so he evidently carried the State in the neighborhood of 80000 votes Yet it was counted for McKinley This was accomplished by means of false returns and wholesale frauds committed in Louisville and in the mountain districts which were Republican Careful examination of the returns from Ohio in 1896 showed there were from 50000 to 70000 fraudulent votes counted In Indiana there were between 30000 and 40000 more votes re turned than were legally cast In Illinois every method of fraud was practiced that was known to man In Chicago careful comparison 0t the votereturned in 1896 with the vote of prior years shows in the neighbor hood of 72000 more votes returned than were honestly cast at that election and for the entire State upward of 100000 fraudulent votes were return ed I do not believe Republicans can practice frauds this year on such a wholesale plan as they did in 1896 WeTeel these crimes can be prevented I believe that if our people wl form vigilance committees In every preciLct of this country make careful lists of all legal voters and then take position inside the booths when th counting is inprogress and see there i uu false count made and that votes cast for the Democratic ticket are not counted for Republican candidates then we will sweep the country from one end to the other Republicans will not be able to carry eight State- iu the Union As A Wolf In Sheeps Clothing Bishop Turner of Georgia the head of the African M E Church has de serted the Republican party and d clared for Bryan lie says ClIn its treatment of the colored man the Republican party has always masqueraded as a wolf in sheeps clothing Since the time that party claims to have freed the slaves its managers have constantly lied to the colors- man When Lincoln died Republica- honesty to the colored race was Inter- ed with his bones and an era of Republican moral degeneracy began Contrary to the emotional idea that the Republican party has an unlimited mortgage on the suffrages of the colored men I say that that organization should be ever lastingly grateful to the colored race The Republican party is the child o that race Through Lincolns honest championship of the enslaved people that party was born Through the colored mans gratitude it was bred The black man behind the gun turned the tide of the rebellion thus insuring the power of the party The black- man was used as a political tool in the South during the carpetbag regime and temporarily sacrificed his social safety For 33 years he has delivered his vote to the Republican party like a poorI Itman gives his pound of flesh to a Shylock No objection can be made to legltlJ mats competition but under Republican rule cnmpetitlon has been sup planted by a combination of capital whereby the larger and richer corpora lionscrpwd out the weaker and in this way create monopolies which fix prl cvs much to the detriment of laboring people The trust which is a creation of Republican legislation benefits those only who are best able to take care of themselves The wage earners who constitute the bulk of the voting population are put to disadvantage by the class legislation which has always characterized the Republican party A young man of the Shakcrtown neighborhood had a cigarette tit here court day says the Harrodsburg Dem ocrat and another young man suffered a similar misfortune in Durgin Saturday Only a few weeks ago another Mercer county boy was struck with a number of fits caused by the deadly coffin seraws and yet after all justI as many cigarettes arc sold and will continue to be sold as long as there arc boys to smoke them A boy who contract the evil habit not only risks his health but stands a poor chance of se curing employment as many comps nieshave decided nut to employ 3nyI one given to this babita J r c The unwisdom of throwing stones has been shown lately in three of the Northern Stales The Sbulhernpor tion of the Union has had to stand a good many thrusts from the other half because of the frequent lyncblogs that have stained their escutcheons but Illinois Ohio and New York have been the sconesalmost within a few weeks of mobs as disgraceful as any thatI ever darkened the South This tendency to visit punishment on offenders without the byyourleave of law may in the end bring forth good While justice may be blind she isnt always deaf and the click of silver will make her prick up her cars That Is why people are loosing faith in the scales that should weigh without fear and without favor This Is probably on reason for the frequent lynchlngs througout the country and they may finally bring the courts to a realization that mere technicalities stretched in many cases to fit the occasion not to count so much as the righteous ness of a cause Courts are institutions for the protection of the innocent and the punishment of the guilty but how often through undue influence favor or some other potent reason is It turn ed into a farce No wonder pe9ple beginning to feel a defiance for the pro visions of the law Mobs will never cease to gather until confidence has been restored and people feel that a criminal will suffer full measure for his crime condemned thereto by a court that is merciful in its justice but unswerving as the wrath of God in its duty 100 Reward giUO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least 11one dreaded disease that science has able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to bee requiressa constitutional treatment Aalls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and builds up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer one Hun dred Dollars for any case that it tails testimoniales Address F J CHENEY Sv CO Toledo Ohio Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best The trial of James Howard of Clay county accused of the mur andcountyre gone to Frankfort t o testify against Howard and when they re turn to Clay county trouble is looked fir between them and the Howards It will be remembered that in this bloody feud that cov Bred a period of more than two Jamefs a er few months ago the friends of the feudists persuaded them to cease hostilities and allow all indict ments against either side to be dismissed Robbed The Goavo A startling incident is narrated by John Oliver of Philadelphia as follows I was in an awful condition My skin was almost yellow eyes sunken tongue coated pain continually in back and sides no appetite growing weaker day by day Three physicians had given me up Then I was advised to use Electric Bitters to my great joy the first bottle made a decided improvement I continued their use forf three weeks and am now a well man I know they robbed the grave off another victim No one should fat1ato try them Only 50c guaranteed jit T E Paulls drug store What is the use of a man because he bas not realized his expectations sit ting around the office and finding fault with the entire social structure of things in general The best thing for that man to do is to get up and hustle We cant all have a world made to suit us and I think the best plan is to take things as we find them and make the most of what there is We can all get a little something out of our life if we dont consume too much of our thought and energy in grumbling over things that cannot be helped The great success of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in the treatment of bowel complaints has made its standard over the greater part of the civilized world For sale by M Cravens August Prubte an organ build er of Louisville vise thrown from a buggy and killed J A Word to Mothers Mothers of children affected d with croup or a severe cold tired not hesitate to administer Chamberlains Cough Remedy It contains no opiate nor narcotic in any form and may be given as confidently to the babe as to an adult The great success that has attended Its use In the treatment of colds and croup has won for it the ap proval and praise it has received throughout the United States and in many foreign lands For sale by M Cravens Apreacher at Fort Scott Kansas delivered a brief but truthful funeral sermon the other day Here It IsCIA word to you all Post mortem praises deadewho never stop to kiss their living They hover over an open casket In hysterical sobs but fail to throw their arms around their loved ones who are Atword of cheer to the struggling oul in life is worth more than all the roses of Christendom piling high over casket covers Wonderful Eight colicecramps lameness sprains lumbago swellings pains in the head or body neuralgia rheumatism and toothache all pain internal or external cured quicker with Morleys Wonderful Eight than any other remedy Free trial bottles at W M Bells Joppa A widower down east felt keenly the death of his wife She was a good woman and he mourned for her taking off constantly He had a handsome monument erected at the head of her grave and thereon placed this beauti ful inscription The light of my life has gone out In the course of a year he met and married a woman who very much resembled his first wife In order that she might not feel too keenly the position In which she was placed be added to the inscription on the monument But I h a v e struck another match Freeporb Journal Job Couldnt Have Stood It If hed had Itching Piles Theyre terribly annoying but Bucklens Ar nica Salve will cure the worst case of Piles on earth Ithas cured thousands For Injuries Pains or Bodily Eruptions Its the best salve in the world Price 25c a box Cure guaranteed Sold by T E Paull druggist James Dudley colored a religious fanatic held up three teams ou a country road four miles from Henderson Tho negro frightened the drivers from two of the wagons When the third team came along the maniac ordered the driver Lon Perkins to halt but instead of complying Perkins drew a revolver The crazy man advanced on Perkins until he received a bullet in his left lung The negro will die- alsmarclcs Iron Nerve Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities an the success they bring use Dr King New Life Pills Only 25 contest T E Paulls drug store Mrs Beckham the mother of Governor J OV Beckham enjoys a very rare distinction something no other woman in the country doesbeing the daughters a Governor the sister of a Governor and the mother of a Governor L Hardesty Son Mt Eden Ky We consider Morleys tasteless Chill Syrup the best we ever sold We 40 bottles of it this month and not failure in the lot In fact when our doctors find a case hard to cure they send to us for Morleys Tasteless Chill Syrup and It never fails to cure Sold by W M Bell Joppa Ky Herman J Naunheim an em ploye of the Owensboro National Deposit Bank has been arrested charged with having erased figures on the certificate register so as to create a discrepancy of 11000 Naunheim is not accused of em bezzlement but is liable to a pe nal sentence if convicted of mak ing the erasures Lock Jaw Ed H Hardin China Springs Tex says One large dose of Moneys Wonderful fight cured my mare of lockjaw It was a wonderful cure and saved me a 6500 animal Free trial bottles at W M Bells Jopp Ky W H Parker colored of Mont gomery Ala is attempting es tablish at Keo an industrial Mhool 1or elpred boys and jirli e 4 4 PROGR7 MME + OFTHE JTissio9arya9d f f 11 ll 5uldayGQool 0 CONVENTION OF TIlE Russell Creek Association TO CONVENE WITH THE Big Greek Baptist Church September 29th and 30th 1900 Saturday 10 a rq 1 Devotional ExercisesB Y Wilson 2 The needs and plans of the District BoardW W Ingram and B 0 Durrett 3 TI Keys of the KingdomJ W Crawley 4 Hov Shall we Unite the Members of our Churches W So Dudgeon and B Y Wilson 5 By Whom is a Man Called to the Ministry and What ire the Evi dences of a callE W Barnett 6 Matthew 12 and 43WL Pierce 7 What are the Qualifications of a MinisterH T Jesse Sunday 9 a rn 1 Devotional ExercisesR D Walker 2 What Doris it Take to Constitute a Legal or Scriptural Baptism J A Pierce 3 What is the Duty of a Church to her par torW L Pierce and E W Barnett 4 Is Regeneration Neccessary to Church MembershipJ F Roach 5 Sunday School Instruction W W Ingram and W M England Missionary SermonToM Greene f s seQi Qe PROGR1t7lr7VE + OF TllE iit OJ THE fSOUTH GUMBERLflND RIVER flSSOGIflTION ro BEHELD vmi e OhlT VERNON RUSSELL COUNTY e OCHURCH SEPT 29 AND 30 1900 O u i 0 O Saturday 1030 a m W 1 Organization and Enrollment of Messengers of the 2 Introductory Sermon F J Merricks J M P Churchie 3 A New Testament Church Is a Baptist church like wt Cooper and W B Cave What Should be the Attitude of a Church Toward a Nonat f3 Collins tending and Nonpaying Member C F Breeding and S B How to Secure and Keep a Pastor J R Grider and J A f5 McFarlandeHow are we to Meet and Overcome the Great Spiritual Dearth our Association C M Deener and Jacob Mayfleld fin Soda 9a m jfr Devils Sunday SchoolG S Wickersham and J M Pierce e 2 The Importance of a Sunday School in any Church J W as New and Hon John Phelps 03 Why Every Church Member Should glue Something to Mis sions J A Woods and Wm Cassada 0 4 Missionary SermonW S Taylor andS C Jones e 5 ible Lesson on Divine Inheritance W B Cave The best method of doing mission work in our association J C McFarlaud and G P Myers fG Everybody invited Dinner on the Ground + C f A threeyearold child of A K Dickerson of Bath county came near dying from eating the seeds of the jimeon weed Milton H Haley a farmer of Christian county died of lockjaw caused by a heavy stone falling on his foot mashing it Mrs J S Cook of Newport accidentally shot herself while looking at a pistol There is no hope of recovery A child of Mitohel Rankiii was instantly killed at Monticello by a kick from a mule Somerset is having an exciting contest over the local option ques tion Maysville is keeping a list of names of ablebodied negro m n- and woman of which the latter largely Tjredominate who refuse to work widen offered good situations The Iit is to H kept fonevereuce durirg the winter when the usual larg e numbers o f improvident blAoki apply to city county and tl ritftbli brgftaaiati meforaid w HENRY W EDDLEMAN 40BW MARKET ST LOU ISVILLEKY Also Dealer la FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place X08 West Market Wallace Doan and Nora Nave of Mercer county were married at Jeffersonville Ind The bride is a midget three feet tal Land weighs 48 pounds Nave is a large man and stranger still after the wedding was over he admitted that he is the brides uncle There was born to Mr and Mrs Noble at Catjettsburg last week a son Mr Noble is in his 70th year of his age while the mother is over 60 A mule belonging to Tilford Jones of Madison county ran in to and overturned ivof bees andW11J Btungfto death by ths in e9 bas r ulii t PATTERSON HOTEL JAMESTOIKN KY No 1 etter place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the ta blo at all times sup plied with the best the market affords aPeed Stable in con nectionJ PATTERSON Proprietor TSTEPHENSDEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes a I aso keep a large stock of CLOTHINGwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice line of MILLINERY on han- dsKENTUCKYELKHORN COBCOB DAISY PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon Marile S3 Works 7 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of MARBLE 1mAND GRANIZE = = PRICES LOW WORIC GUARANTEED offeredbeforefronts etc WDI F JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky JJorse is 51oe f fertilizer I have bought TWO CARLOADS of FertilizerThe Horse Shoe Brand and can furnish you what you want for small amount of money that you cant affor to sow wheat without it THE CELEBRATED HORSE SHOF BRAND A I has been thoroughly tested and has produced surprising results It will make your wheat big wheat and will cost you as little money as any reliable fertilizer ever sold in Adair county Call and see me GEO COFFEY Columbia Ky r FiYth Vgnug Hoist 1 PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST DUCTED 200 HOTEL IN THE CITY NEAR THE THEATRES CHURCHES AND 1ALE HOUSES OF THE CITY iEOUISVILIE a J3EN1UCRY i gOY THE EJVIPI E 1DtIli IS THE BEST Of Ofl THE JSfl KET t- if 1 I this the full of ifertilizervvSi Drill that will feed from three pecks to three bushels per acre It i is easily adjusted and any one can operate it I can also you furnish the best brands of = O jFERTILIZERSon the market from 100 up Farm Implements of all= kintlr for for sale Call and scene sl3i W JefiWes S t i