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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 1 i t yJh v THijADKIR COUNTY NEWS = n VOLUME 3 uOiUMJilAAUAiJi lJUUNltKh UUt1iYt WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 241900 NUMBER 50 W posToFFicE DIRECTORY J MRuisell Postmaster OJBcehours week days700 am to 980 pm COURT DIRECTORYS CIBCUIT COURT Three sessions a yearThIrd Monday In January third Monday in Mayand third Monday in September Circuit JudgeW W Jones Commonwealth s Attorney N H W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Clerk Jno D CoffeyTCOUNTY CCOBT First Monday In each month JudgeJ W Butler County AttorneyJasGarnettJr- ClerkT R Stults JailerS H Mitchell Assessor Q ABradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffree i School SuptW D Jones Coroner Leonard Fletcher 1 jc 3iTT COXTBT Regular court second Monday in ach month JdgeJ W Atkins kOrney Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BUBXSTILLB STBBBT Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at 9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST Boa svILLB STBBBH Rev J L Kllgore pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightfeBAPTIST GBBBNSBUBO STBEBT Bev E W Barnett bastor Services third Sunday in each month jandayschol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBBLLSVILLX Pncs Elder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC COLUMBIA LODGE No 98 F and A MRegu lar meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each month GAKEMP WM T R STULTS Secj COLUMBIA CBAFTBB B A M No 7 meets first Monday night in each month J H MUBBELL H P J O BesseL Secretary D SS Ce az s Comer Hotel JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor Columbia Kentucky IBflB Hotel is one of the best in thia1 section of the firsts It is a large ew brick containing twentyeigbt ooms all elegantly furnished Good ample rooms and the table is su itoftiled with the best provisions the coun try affords Bates very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS IANOK Prop tSTThe above Hotel has been re- tted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable rood sample room Feed stable at bedvCOMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN1KY HOlTc VAUGHAN Proprietors i 0openLaudrd ri Holt molts after the culinary department and rea that tho table U supplied at a I wttn the Yr7 best the market affords Tht are attentive and very polite to t dieisf elMH trery attached to the hotel Terns very l iejtnnaolo eftpn Steam Laundry ff LEBANON KY 0rnOBOUGIILY equipped modern 1 1- ienccdttarkmen laundVy plant conducted by exper I and doing as hi grade work as can be turned out any place In the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor and Green solicited W JOHNSTON 60 Pro 1+ REED do MILLER Agents ColHRita e Kentuc lTo prevent La Grippe take a 4oce or two Restorative Nervisedwly i LadieevoFiieKorkysbittloDi ier farm river MS =ams Rtrlt etw II de OIiC 1 ibutCIMI51p OM a dose Solti x tTrT r BILL 19 gndbyGewnorand Becomes a Law HE SECRETARY OF STATE Take Steps to Carry Out Provisions Five Important Amendments to the Existing Laws FULL TEXT OF THE MEASURE Frankfort Ky Oct 16Spec- ialThe House Bill No 19 embracing the nonpartisan amend ments to the present election law was signed by Gov Beckham this afternoon and containing an emergency clause it becomes ef- ctive immediately Besides throwing a number of safeguards around the present law to prevent violations of it the new law has five important amend ments in its provisions These areThe furnishing of paper of 00 pounds weight by the Secretary of State to the County Clerks of the State which tho Clerks are to use in the ballots furnished by them Ito the precinct election officers and ptovidiug a penalty of 500 and six months imprisonment in the county jail fur failure of the Clerk to use the paper furnished film The preservation of both voted and spoiled ballots by the County Clerks for a period of six months after the election or in case of a contest until the same is settled The ballots are to be bundled up by the election officers after they have been counted and the county election seal placed ppou the pack ge The placing of a pircle under f the devices on the ballot instead the square heretofore used Making it a felony for a County Clerk to fail to place the name of the regular nominee of apart under the device of that party on the ballot and fixing his punish meet at confinement for three years in the State penitentiary Requiring a person whose right to vote has been challenged to melts an affidavit that he is enti tied to vote If a resident of the precinct makes a counter affidavit the person shall not be allowed to rots and in either case the affida it shall be laid before the gran I jury of the county at the first ter of court following the election Secretary Hill Acts Promptly The law requires tho Secretary of State to furnish tho ballot pa per to the County Clerks at least fift ell dud Ltforo the election this year nod further that if he does not do so within twelve days bef re tho election the Clerk hint self shall furnish it in each cool ty the paper to be of the weight prescribed by the law Secretary of State Hill went to work imm diately upon being notified of the approval of the law by the Gov popeghofu huH dozen paper supply houses were already on the ground and he at once no titled them to prepare bids He at the same time wired the Caun Clerksia remote sections of kYState of the provisions of t the 1 and requested them to let him know immediately the names of jihe printing companies with whit 08they hadoontracted for t jri jl g of thlrOallos eu tie 1 fr might send the paper direct to the mnters instead of to the counties The ballots for many of the re mot mountain counties are prin edit Louisville and if the paper had to be first shipped to these counties and then to that city the ballot books could not be gotten back to the counties before election day The Bill In Full The full text of the amendments embraced in the bill d t inodaygjAssemblyof KentuckySection The County Clerk of each county shall cause to be l printed on the respective ballots the names of the candidates nominated by the convention or primaI ry election of any party that castI 2 per cent of the total vote of the State at the last preceding general election as certified to the said clerk by the presiding officer and secretary of said convention or in the case of a primary election by the secretary and chairman of any district committee j and also the names of any candidates for any office when petitioned so to do by electors qualified to vote for such candidates as follows For a State officer oi any officer for whom all the electors of the State are entitled to vote one thousand petitioners 5 for a Representative in Congress from any congressional district or any other district ex cept as herein provided four hundred petitioners j for a county officer or member of the General As sembly ono hundred petitioners for an officer of a precinct or tin other ward or other division less than a county twenty petitioners The signatures of such petltto need not be appended to one paper but no petitioner shall b counted except his residence and lostoffice address be designated Such petition shall state the name and residence of each of such candidates j that he is legally qualified to hold such office j that the subscribers desire and are legall qualifies to vote for such candidate 8 j and shall designate a brief name or title of the party or prin ciple which said candidates represent together with any figure or device by which they shall be designated on the ballot Certificate of Nomination The certificate of nomination by electioYn contain the name of each person nominated his residence and the o fice to which he is nominated an shill designate a title for the par tyor principle which such convention or primary election represents together with any simple figure or device by which its listfie of candidates may be designated 6u the ballots j said certificate shall be signed by the presiding officer and secretary of such convention or by the chairman nit d citymor d to their signatures their respective places of residence and acknowl edge the same before an officer dn ly authorized to administer oaths If the certificate o f nomination of any State ConvHiitioii thnll re qwBt that the Jiguro ltrlo vice EG lacked by such convention bo used to debignnto the candidates such party on the ballots fur all el flans throughout the State such figure or device shun be used uu titrho changed by request of asutr qneat State Convention of the seany appropriate symbol j hut theI coat of arms yr seal of the Stato theryr uny ut r le many common to the tenpin at tar shall not be usedas such devi A certificate of such acknolefi meat shall be appended to s dealtyrreQ1qnl ofauy can itbtniutttiawa c or petition of nomination be filed the chairman of the State coinit tefir city district commitiec mall Certitetes slid IItrU8 uFtnatiott f ptVii = daVe for 4 1loii1et t i 41 it J41 rd 2 the electors ofa county or a di vision or district of the county shall be filed with the County howevetr any party entitled to nominate by convention shall in any case fail to do so the names of all nominees by petition 1for any office who shall be desig 1nated in their positions as members ofand candidates of such party shall be printed under the device and title on the ballots as if nominated by a convention Certificates and petitions of nom ation of candidates for offices to e voted for by the electors of the tate other than members of the eneral Assembly or of any divis ion or district of the State exclusively shall be filed with the Secretary of State In the event two or more persons who have filed certificates of nomination with the said Secretary of State or County Clerk shall claim to be the nominee of the same political party the governing authority of said political party shall designate in writing to said Secretary of State and County Clerk which of said candidates shall be entitled to the party emblem Prohibited how ever if there be two or more contending executive committees o the same party in the same party in the county or district then that county or district executive committee which is recognized by the State governing authority of such party by the written certificate of the chairman thereof be recognized by the County Clerk and Secretary of State- Designation of Device Sec 2 Not less than twenty days before the election of such theiYr e O n e Secretary of State said Secretory renspective County Court Clerks of enetitled under the law to participate in the election of the respective candidates the name skid place of residence of each candidate for each respective office as specified in the certificates and petitions of IYsubject to the provisions of this act the de vice under which the group or lie of candidates or candidate of each oeder in which they shall be arise ed on the ballot provided however should a vacancy occur in the General Assembly and a wri of election issued to fill said vacancy tho petition or certificate ofnomination may be filed ten days before the day of election Secretaryd r fled to the proper County Cop Clerks No writ for the tlectio n of a member of the General sembly shall be issued except so to enable the Sheriff to give notice thereof as now provided law at least fifteen days before the day ofelection Sec 8 If the County Court Clerkshall willfully andkuowiug ly refuse or fail to have the name of any candidate printed upon t official ballot in the manner pro 1vided for in this act he shall forfeit his office and be guilty of f ony and upon conviction be con fined in the penitentiary for u IFS than one year our morn thau1y ilireeyears Circle Uuder DevIce eoSec 4 That County Clerks of the severs counties shall cause names of ill candidates of jurisdictions s where nominations for any officEl specified in the ballot have been duly made and not withdrawn in accordanceherewith to be printed alluuntiuatrousiparty or group of petitioners it shall be given to the one who Ciecork deviceg tuchconformh KB nearly as practible to the plan hereinafter given and the devices namedand lists of the candidatea of the yarious parties shall be idjillof state wladirect pieocdenai bQIt star being giyeu to ldi- tildIsa rtiti11 it 1 0 t Jt J of votes for the hood of the ticket in the last preceding election The devico i f nook party shall be placed at the head of the list of candidates of the party Tho de vice shall not be inclosed in a square but immediately under the device shall be placed a circlo of one inch in diameter Immediately under it shall be placed the name or title of the party ticket skid immediately under the name or title the list of candidates of the party the name of each can didate having immediately on its right a small square large enough to contain the cross mark by which the voter is required to designate his vote Underneath the name of each candidate shall bo left a blank space large enough to con tain a written name and the gen eral arrangement shall conform as nearly as possible to the following Name of voter Consecutive No Residence Here appears a fac similie of the devices and continuing in like manner as to all candidates to be votedfor at eachelection Nrmeofvoter Consecutive No The secondary stub shall be on the thatfOn the back shall be printed u official ballot the date of the election and the fac simile of the signature of the clerk who has printedShould 1for each and every candidate o crossmarkdevice of said party and the vote shall be counted for all the candi dates under said device Provided however if a cross mark X be made in the circle under a party device and a cross mark X be also made after one or more can+ didates Afferent party or par iAS the vote sfiflll he counted for the candidates so mar C 1and not for the candidates for the saniBof fices of the party so marked but the vote shall be counted for the other dandidates of said party Paper Ballots Sec Q 411 ballots shall beprjnted on plain white paper sulciently thick diskingtpaper- shall be of No 1 white book paper and sighgforty pounds to the ream and excep stealt1 t Clerk by the Secretary of State and i shall be the duty of the County Court Clerk by the Secretary of State thirty thofe which shall be necessary for coanty estima rtflog 50 per cent more to the precinct tholeset and the Sec rotary of State shall furnish the paper atbyy Court Clerk It upon any ticket there be no candidate or candidates for a designated olllce a bleak space equal to the space that would be occupied by wehespaces herein provided for shall be left fallelorty so paper the tnisdofo nor upon t con victiun Si d lot men t in Franklin Circuit Court lie fined nuL less than one iljuu brad HOOO dtilhri and nut more limn five thousand XX dollars in th discretion of Ibe jury Pruvlded That iu thejcar 1900 the notice herein provided for to be given to the Secretary of State by the Coun ty Court Clerk shall not Jbe given Li Immediately after the passage of this act and at least fifteen 15 days before utthe day of rho next ensuing elSCti the Secretary of State shall furnish the various County Court Clerks th paper upon which thu ballots shall be gushheshall be furnished 50 per cent wore ballots than were cast in thjs reepectr ova cewattcs at tire last r precedlBg State elerlblee PravJ Mi however That the clerks the various OttII LJliiltSMte stoUl fR roleh tbe or the Mod f t u Leeklirwldfl he r 1 twelve 12 days before the day of the next ensuing election Said clerk shall be subject to the same penalties prescribed for to print on paper furnished by the Secretary of State if he fails to have ballots printed on the kind and quail ty of paper as set out herein Penalties Sec G If any County Clerk shall refuse or fail to have ballots which are herein required to be printed on page furnished by the Secretary of State printed upon paper so furnished by said Secretary he shall be fined five hundred dollars or imprisoned in the county jail for six months or both so fined and imprisoned Sec 7 If any election officer at any precinct shall refuse to permit any challenger or inspector of any regular political party having a ticket to be voted for at the election who has been duly appointed and presents a certificate thereof duly attested to perform his duties as challenger or Inspector- as the case may be he shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than five hundred dollars Sec 8 The officer who furnishes the ballots to the election officers of the precincts shall at the time he delivers said ballots furnished to the election officers aforesaid a number of copies of the following oath equal to 5 percent of the ballots furnished said precinct which shall be printed on paper suitable for writing with ink lowit State of Kentucky County ofis-I do solemnly swear that 1 am of the age of not less than twentyone uff Kentucky one year and in the county of six months and in precinct No sixty days next preceding the election A D 10 I reside at No street if said person claims to reside in a city My nearest neighbors are and that I have never been convicted in any court of treason or of any felony or bribery and not pardoned therefor and that I know of no legal disqualify = cation which should prevent my vet from bing cast and counted at the deletion Thisstevday orA D 1J thedayofRJudge of Election Qualification of Voters Whenever the officers of election disagree as to the qualification anyone who offers to vote one of the judges of oatltprescribed in the form set out in this section and sbajl correctly fill out with pertson offering to vote to subscribe hl name thereto with pen and ink an upon his failure or refusal to take said oath and to subscribe his name thereto the person so offering to vote shall not be permitted to voteIIf the persqn offering does take said oath and subscribe his name thereto and no counter affidavit is filed he shall be permitted to vote and one of the judges shall certify the same and the oath so subscribed and certifitd shall be returned to the County Clerk of the county with the poll books lio shall safely keep the same and redeliver the same to the foreman of the grand jury on tbe firstday of the term of Circuit Court hold in said coun and lor his failure to do so shall be fined not less than ten nor more than one hundred dollars It shall tw the duty of the Common K drli1ltnrocy and County AtGI nty to invMtfite each fthelcccrtlfl iates and cause to besuminoVc 1 befu flu tiraiiil jury such witnesses as they fir cither u f them shall detcrml e liroptr and It s hall be the duty of the grand jury to m a k e a thorough investigation of all votes so cast and patentnS so illegally voting Any person who haH falsely takotfce orson 1 tilersLUn falesc and untrue as to any statement there In shall be deemed guilty of felony confinedtyIn lDnor- Rlore than tenyears Itshall be tie duty 6f the farenas of the grand jury to return all the er tf tIo8fltlIUwM L safer aa a t flier of fife aDd ate t or iit iif i 3- T t iJ I pla J sssIi + Blacksmiths + eANDW olodilrwlo rIs erColumbia Ky I ampreparcd to do all kinds ofworn in my line and if you need re Buggiesor buggytires trsfaction NewlyFamtshed American Plan Jl 00 s Per Day 7 f 3ltc oa era 3otel MEALS 25c 523 W Market Sf LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flgr Wilmore Hotel W M WHiMOKE Prop Grad villa Kentucky I u TIJERE is no better place to stop r at the aboved named hotGood sample rooms and a fiJjlrc1assr Feedstable GORDON MONTGOMERY 8COLUMBIA gadolningcounties Office up stairs over Paulls drug store DR 10 SALLEE 4a DENTIST I Careful attention given to me dentistryanddental OFFICE Over Hughes CoffQjr C Hunter eCOLUDiBIAHY SSx FRANK M BALLING wrrn OinsonNortonlYti Dr ds Notions Fts LOUIS LEKY Barrels Fo1l r i Barrelsdand 47 gallons Charr cf g funcharted 1St66And firstclass cooperage v They are guaranteed to hold Prices Reasonable Call on the OItUNiIA STAVE CO r fletna Lite insurance Qp 1OFCONNxtCHARTERED 1820 Assets 54000000 SurpJasJtOOO f The Aetna will write you a 16Pay tx ment Life Pulley for the sumo or a lee T rink than other Qrstclass companies all write you a 20 Payment Lila iJ rC11ltir 111rreby JtJarnlleclng to saTe IIIJ fulrllrlll1lumland 5yeanctlit ytROn IhebsIsQfeqUalcosttt OlETNA 1 iU11 mare Insurance f J fluanItthan u t ftTillrilaKS eomiianyv o For Further itiformatioR call 6a or address W D JKNnsrAent 1 Celranihie Kr 1 R frg f ijR NJt tt iAMBS Jtij Wi t LEBANOJ X 1h lsstitpd lttjtNaltht nehr 1 poaml amte pt niiaited in ila9nria tllt ae The b1 taw tlel rlfhniit I te iiitttlloit fieaaItr Irtr TU r 4 a ipnif AllAIR nnnwpv NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair Bounty NewsIN- CORPORATED CHA8 8 HARRIS Edit A Democratic newspaper devoted to their oats of the city ofColumbia and the peop Adair and adjacent counties Bnlcrcd at the Columbia Postofflco as second class mall matter sVDSCRIPTzGN RAT18- OE YEAR 1100 SIX MONTHS 60- 0flTKICTLYIN ADVANCE IDPZRTJSINC RATRS- Rtoca otices ten cents per llnetfor first in sertion andifive cents per line for each s quent InsertionDISPLAY ADS =Space I irk rMo 3 Mo 6 Ilro I YrL 1 Inch 50 flCO 1200 300 f 6 00 2 Inches 75 IsO 300 460 700 3 Inches 100 200 400 600 1 0 00 4 Inches 1 25 2 50 5 00 7 50 12 i3 inches 1 80 3 00 6 CO 10 00 15 X Col 3 CO 6 00 J2 00 20 10 j Col 460 900 18 Of 3000 I Col 600 J2 00 240o 40 CO There will be no departure from these rates Jiulor any circumstances WEDNESDAY OUT 24 DEMOCRATIC TICKET r r ForPresident WILLIAM J BRYAN y t Of Nebraska For VIc President ADLAI Et ST VE Of Illinois x Fbr Governor J C W BECKHAM3 Of NeisonI ongress BEN V SMITH Of Pulaski o byntyNewsYe doub t there is a paper In- State theE hat has had a more success Jfttcareer in that length of tim ebulk Our advertising patronage has been good from the start and our sub scription list has reached over 1 Our job department iein crowded at all times We are tru an1Yand hope to conduct our business it in the future in such a manner to merit the continued patron of the people of Adair and adjoin lug counties There will be a Grand Demo cratic Rally at Campbellsville Saturday October 27tb H- Asher on G Caruth Hon Wm Thome and Congressman D H ise Smith will address the voters Taylor and adjoining counties on te issues in present campaign JAll the Democratic clubs of unty will be out infull force and ItL ill join in a parade both moan id unmounted The speak begin at 1 p m Adair counit jiypeople especially invit ditThe extra session of the Xi ntltacky Legislature blowed out M day night at 12 oclocksl thkJ 0 0 Stealey says the York Heralds forecast is a bun inconsistencies The news comes fITash tots that ExSecrQtary of State i WJohQr m Mr There willtbe a Democratic ral 1y at Somerset next Saturday Able speakers will be present and every body is invited to attend it Hon Bwinett H Young and ExGov WO Bradley are dKJpg in personalities and 8Omltt1J inyjjity her r adiBf ft io OOlfm ar r 7cz s THE SCHOOL FUND To County Superintendents Under a recent decision of Court of Appeals the deficit of o verto180000 yet due certain cities on last school year must be paid yeQwarrants are drawn The pi imposblerdue your teachers on the 18th only twenty per cent can be paid You will please explain to y tolent modaredVery respectfully H V McCHESXEY Supt Public Instruction forCountyreceived the above letter in due time for it to have appeared in his paper or to have made an expla u a tion before the teachers made t seed draw but no explanation appear Every County Superintendent was requested to explain to the teachers the reason why onehalf of this pay was held back A full and complete explanation was due citiessoode Val and the Spectator labors hard to excuse its party from the weight of the sin Truth is mighty and will prevail and in this case it 1came to light through the col umns of the News in last weeks issue The Spectator says the Republicans made a mist last year in fixing the per cap the Democratic teachers as well as the Republicans got the benefit of the high per capita That is true where it applied but it seems clearthat certain cities did not share in the divisions of the spoils It is a plain case of misappropriation of the public school funds a robbery of the children in one section to advance party interest in another No other construction seems reasonable and we see no grounds for saying it was merely a mistake but if it was a miscalculation then the people of Ken tucky do not need incompetent men at the head of State offairs affVneed suchoffice The truth is 180000 was misa pro priated by the Republicans and they must accept one end of the dilema and whether they tajoJ r taferenceafford to enjJsrse crookedness or into c sauce sitDemocratsabout old Kentucky We will win a good safe majority des lavish use of moni 1eypurchasable material and of Republican money will spent to keep up the gaps in their own ranks It will take thoOB ands of dollars to keep the negro line and ifany voter is justifiable in selling his vote or if tforis the colored man He has pragehis suffrage is all that he gets of it When he needs help when misfortune overtakes him he re ceives more comfort and aid froms1 IIberswitPprom office and advance galofnenotm own party will make great prom othevet ey er is amazing how solid the color utadrheingevery contest but it is natural for them to vote the Republican ticket and we presume they will be whooping for Re lastonday appear A representative e e News was at Democratic head quarters last week and he was as an WedieDemocratic by a good safe majority The committee in making upfa Republicng anThe yj thiwhichafter this liberal allowance Beckham will come out with try 14000majority Dont be uneasy ing but do yoUr duty Its onl question of majority Help m a stunner UIII The Kentucky Legislature laatd Saturday pawed Houwj Bill 18Dttrnew election bill ba sin D vote in liMHoMtoMrt1 i tfh r of 81 to 4 in the Senate The bill was enrolled Monday signed b toheLYS consider it It is substanti hutlCh the D e ocrats of the House including paesseds some ff of Mositihe County Board Had it not been for the Republicans the bill timphenthhoHon H C Baker is dc forMoKinleycible and logical speaker Spectator Well this may be even so forer we have reasons to believe that Grhisthe Democratic party still SIr vives and holds to the same el r nal principles that fir Baker has defended from childhood upJa1890 The Spectator give Hon J R Hindman a little complimentary notice for his rifice made to advance Rop canism He is doing his level as well as Mr Baker and if they succeed in saving the country Mr Hindman as well as his able and logical coworker should ha nice slice of the pie He hiIfrt as spaitselec- tion The New York Herald gives McKinley 282 electoral votes and Bryan 165 Chairman Jones of the Democratic National Comdapmi tee puts down 263 electoral votes for Bryan 103 for McKinley 87 doubtful It is said by Se tary Kerr that the next House will be Democratic by a majority of twentyfive Thomas F Lane who was soninlaw of Hon J C S Black burn committed suicide by shoot ing himself in Washington last week The act is attributed to ill health On account of the air some of Senator Blackbu ap to speak had to He canceled Springhi0vas jitcky last week The proceedings the Grand Lodge were very interesting One hundred thous ndMrdollars was appropriated to buy a e and build a temple The ney is ready pitsThere has never been apt t1 ipgto politics like the sensation Mr yan created in New York State t week The demonstrations thingbeThe Democrats are very enthne tic and feel assured that they will carry the State for Bryan Henry E Youtsey charged with murder of Governor Goebel 1 given a life sentence at Georgetown last Saturday Culton will obably be tried next outuring the winter of 1897 Mr Ja Reed one of the leading citizens sad merchants of Clay Clay Co W Va uck his leg against a cake of 1 such a manner as to bruise it savewibecame very much swolen and pain him so badly that he could not walk hout the aid of crutches He was by physicians also used several kinds of liniment and two and a half lons of whiskey in bathing It but hing gave any relief until he ng Chamberlains Pain Balm brought almost a complete cure weeks time and he believes ha tnhavefor sprains bruises umatism For sale by M Cray Will OREENSBUROi town this week Woodson Lewis is progressing nicely with his store buildibg ofdintrtcton the Democratic ticket made able speech at the courthouse last dnesday to a large crowd Congressman D H Smith will make speeches in the county next week Democrats are figuring on reducing the Republican majority- s In election and you may depend It will be done The committee Is doing hard work and the counr00Democrats are anxious for to begin ROWENAekeMiss Ada Griderj A r fs vial her JIrJXXeadQ 411t1eUliled scpoolG court James Warrf ald t tJH tiM 1I fe- 1ieb isLitkrrF x- p M ta some time He leaves a wife graYWtomourn his 1 Mr Wm Vaughn of Kimble attend ed the burial of Mr Jas Warriner aissesCora Ballou Etlle DScFtirl dud MonttheMiss Sophia Williams who is tea near here visited her mother ntpelier Saturday Mr Luther McFarland is visiting at Columbia A two yearold child ofMr Scott Al len died the 15th with throat trouble M Stephen drove a carload of fat gs to Burnside last week inMrJ B Wheat school Superintend in this community visiting schools last week 0Mr Herbert Warrincr of Liberty attended the burial of his grand raUl heMr Bryant Stone of Jamestown ma an excellent speech at Be ove a few nights ago Mrs T B Patt1 run and two daugh ters Saie and Mtry Snow of James town attended i Jiv liunsil of their cle Mr U T ynr nnc a Hying trip mes n aulur lay Mrs L 1 mpbell of Creelsboro vis communityEAC last Crebestels Mr Charlie Campbell jr was in this community Sunday Rveholdwillnot s appointment at Egypt Sunday Miss Mary Robertson o f Illin who is visiting her parents here return home next week Mr Jim Ingram is no better Miss Bettie Ilumphrcss was visit her sister Mrs Wheat at Tarter S CampbeUsville peaseGas Several from this place attended meeting at Knlfley Sunday Miss Eva Dillingham was the guest of Miss Ethel Cooley last week aMr W A Humphress who has been quite sick is slowly improving- Mr J D Absher returned from Louisville Saturday Will Lyon of Campbellsville as here last week grnsnest 9 PT Cooley attended the singing at Neatsburg last Sunday Misses Lora and Bottle Absher two popularyoung ladies of this vicinity ofentertained quite a number of their Sunday evening They all had a racy pleasant time CANE VALLEY S G Banks was in Louisville last week on business Born to the wife of 0 R Ba nkePAULlast Tuesday a ten poundDemocra- Buel Hendrickson sold house and Jim Sublet for S200 Miss Bettie Hancock is confined to her bed with typhoid fever Mrs C D Moore is on the sick list Shregpar 836doinsa of wheat and some jewelry Miss Katie Duffey of Taylor con was visiting Misses Bettie and Ma Miller last Saturday Mrs Davy Brptnt and old and h ly respected lady died last Sunday nine oclock She bad been sick some time and her death was no surprise roesPURDYA son of Mr John Atkins died of flux the 7th lust veryCesickof th flux Miss Gerttc Jljurrah visited Miss Virgie Tupman near Columbia last to Sunday An infant of Mr Fred Bryant died lust Monday of spinal disease throughThis isdvisi of place Mrs Henry Harmon has returned To Indianens To IVL STOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping So 005 25 Light shipping 4 OOI 35 Best butchers 4 254 50This Fair to good butchers 4 254 50 Common to medium btchr 3 003 uponitoasChoice packing and butchEto 300 lbs 5 35 clFaIrto 2008 Good to extra light iao to 160 fcs 6ToSmBJEPAUD l AKBS el d to extra shipping lieep 3 753 00 Farr tn goods V In 2 60C CofeSK t6 SMdlUJBj 2 p 7 r SossAND Tin Ware Manufactured BY SOfluCiine Valley Ky NET PRICE LIST AIR TIGHT STOVES Length Price VOln h 2 60 QZila26 in 310 q20in22in 235 24 in 2 60 26 in 270 echStove Pipes 6 in 5 in 12 InElbowsto55y Gin IOC 9ATS PS U Hg AFhAS 4SHl0NA CANES EtGLOV HENRY W EDDLEI AId 408WMARKETSTLDUISVILLEIOC Also nearer In J1FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS OISRemember the place 408 West Market PART C Q1 IgBLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Qanyobeenknow how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable as sap gitakeat roarLet value Give us ca1T chop near Columbia Mill Co American- Wool n Mill Company 0I Lave reeieved my ran line 6f Clothing Overcoats a Mackintoshes If you need anything In this line give me a call I am prepared 10 fit you up in the latest styles H WAGGONER Columbia Ky lotSeveral from this place aaticip attending the coopperation meeting at Mt Pleasant next Saturday and Sunday OUR eiORJOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvel growth If not The Weekly quirer wants to study the strides it h Unitedtleen Theigttre reputationfor1 inon ofrajsoo 181038558 37f 1830 12888020 1880 1840 17059453 1890 882 283O1850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a problnowemon the United States excluding recent usuallyannounced THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anxious engage all in a study of their country To this will distribute solutions followsthis 3000es00 150000 75000Tothetouth 250Totheaiih 00 the seTeI1th 150 000paid FeTothe ae13100 sash X25 aaoutisgta 250000 5000To fl2197 cash pretenta amounting to 2500000 dividedprotionposi r s subscnphontotheWEExLYExQvIRYou theWEEKLYcontest will close a month bc beknown3Dlrectar of the United States Cen Washington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY including gucssis only 100 a year Eleven copies and guesses forlooolr full ENQUIR53aER Cincinnati Ohio prevent La Grip take a dose or t Dr Miles Restorative Nervine dolls Ladies Favorite MorleyijLJU Pills forJBIliou People ato MMN h9G41 I f r1f iHae Seen ri r JC LJz 3I rYt jtbe lRewM ll ner O O X WX ft At MRS BRADSHAWS They now have their IIFall and Winter Millinery Have the nicest line of goods ever brought Columbia All of the latest styles and lowest prices Sbe invite all to dome anb Unspect Ibe r goods before buying elsewhere They will take C pleasure in showing you through their stock Up p Q stairs over Dr J N Pages Drug Store o X mrs Qim Bvabsbaw P ffiass EfHe Bransbaw 1 n iif 1 elIil Out For easl f ooooocoooosooond0 7000 WORTH OF GOODS 5 SXSXS THAT 7ITCUST BE SOLD CONSISTING0 OF 1 ateDrJ Goods Shoes h Notions Clothing Gapes Hardware 40 Cloaks Harness HosIeru Groceries 1 pEnFurillshiangs In fact every thing kept in a general store Come and see us when 0 in need of anything and we will save you money We buy country produce and pay cash prices Q Hughes Coffey m Hunter I Southern MutualIInvestment Company OF LEXINQTONKY 1 youdiestockholder la month of September Over 8110000 Reserve and Surplus 1 further Information aldre s JOHN G flUSTIN Special flflent Bradiordsville KII SMITH BOWMflN S6G Mflr LexinQton KyJtLOCAL AGENTS WANTED lRIEGER MILEt WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF SflDDliES f tsus172 Fourth Avenuee I Represented bt10 ILtIeEl KY vNow is the tune to subscribe for the aiiK County News The most widely el m t trte ii ead 1 E 7 c T U 0 NEWG DST NEW GOODS3jj331j9i 1 i3j j J3EFF33 3 3 tEEFFfrEEFeEEFEFEEEFirrEFFfeFrEa aaa a aa a aaa A p Q 1rIam now receiving the nicest line of Fall and Winter goods ever brought to 1 u Columbia consisting of J 3EEEj3JErrEJ 1 J J M 9FEE33jFce 04 y Also have a new line of Ladies Majestic fine shoes all the new styles New and up J todate neckwear for Gentlemen and Ladies Give us a call will be pleased to show you p 1r W L WALKER Cheap Cash Store N iVPERSONAL MENTION I Mr L N Coffey has returned from OklahomaMr Staples has been quite sick for several days Mr W H Evans and wife have lo 1cated at Lebanon Mrs J R Hindman will return from Louisville tonight MrWT Price was in Campbells ville one day last week Mr W S Knight Jamestown w- In Columbia yesterday Mr Jo Coffey and wife spent last Sunday at Montpelier Mr W F Owsley Jr of Burksville was here last Saturday and Sunday Mr W F Rowe and wife arrived at Bed Lick from Louisville last week Hon M Yarberry has returned from the extra session of the Legislature Dr J H Grady has been on a busi ness trip to Albany for several days Mr Jo Hill and Mr M H Marcum returned from LouisvillelastSaturday- MissOllieTurpen who has been very sick for several weeks is now improv ing Col Morrison passed through here Saturday en route to his home in JamestownMiss Hall who has been on au extended visit to Louisville has returned home Judge W W Jones wife and daugb ter Miss Fannie are visiting in Louis ville this week Mrs Sallie F McLean and daughter Miss Yirgie visited relatives near Cane Valley Sunday Mrs Hugh Crensbaw of Metcalfe county whois visitingMrs Sam Miteh ell caned at the News office Monday Mr H P Young and Mrs W C Adams of Liberty passed through Columbia last Saturday en route for Red Lick to visit Mrs W F Rowe Mrs James F Montgomery is visiting relatives in Russell county thi week Her son Mr Garnett Mont gomery accompanied her to James town Misses Erne McFarland Cora Ballou Nannie Rowe of Russell county and Miss Valeria McFarland of this city accompanied by Prof Olie Taylor and Flava Conover gave the News office a pleasant call last Saturday afternoon Mrs R H Price who has been dangerously ill for several months has so far recovered as to beable to travel with assistance and on last Tuesday week she was conveyed by her husband to thfe r rapid recovery LOCAL JOTTINGS Ask for the Gen Jo Wheeler cigar Tuesday week will be the election Bring on that load of wood you promised Circuit Court convenes at Edmonton next Monday j We need wood now so if you owe us t wood dont wait longer t Jack Frost made his appearance several mornings of last week i A soaking rain fell here Monday night which was very much needed liGen Jo Wheeler 5 cts cigar is t best Sold by all dealers 2m Born to the wife of C B Murrell Oct 17tb daughter weight pounds Coffey Bros sold last week to H A Walker four cotton mules f 821250 Theroghave been several deaths iu Adair county during the past week 4 from fluri I IlIo Jeim S Rhea will speak at Lick Metcalfe county next Sat urday Coffey Bros bought of J M Ilowell of Greensburg a fancy fouryearold geld ing eta fancy price yearIlings ita 1- j r rT Wanted 200 barrels of corn for goods W L WALKER The cottage which is being built by Mr W L Walker on College Avenue will soon be completed Mr R M Hurt will please accept the thanks of this office for quite a number of excellent apples It is estimated that ten thousand people attended the Democratic barbe cue at Lebanon last Saturday Let every Democrat in the connty who is old enough to vote be at the polls on the 6th day of November Teachers Association will be held at Pleasant Hill Saturday October 27 A good program has been arranged Jeffries Son have just received a car load of the best wheat drills both Hoe and Disc Will sell low for cash The Republican majority in Adair county will be cut down one hundred votes it the Democrats will do their duty When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and well located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly It you want a life insurance policy to protect your family thats the best policy that can be written for the money call on W D Jones 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 Some of the Kentucky Legislators are glad there is an old adage still water runs deep as they had not a word to say during the session Mrs Mary W Gooden a lady about I 40 years old who lived near Purdy this county died last Monday morn ing She was a victim of flux We dont want to buy wood when it youswould furnish it in payment for the News Bring the wood cut 18 inches Wheat is generally up and last wee we noticed several fields that exceedinly beautiful the blades being almost high enough to hide a rabbit IrIIBob Conover who lives a to miles from tows is having his dwellin repainted and papered Messrs J G Eubank and Jo Patteson are doing the work Mrs Mary E Bryant who resided in the eastern portion of Adair county I yrarslnldWe have just received stock of W B Erect Form Corset the latest thing out j RW3SEhJ 94 MunuEMI i Mrs E GAtklns entertained a par ty of young people one evening last week It was quite a social fete an those in attendance return their cerest thanks If you want a life insurance policy that will cost you less money give the same protection and pay higher dividends than any other company call on W D Jones Mr M H Marcum will take charge of Conovec Hotel the first of next hemonth The position he now occupies salesman for Swann Abraham 8 Co 1will be filled by Mr Jt M Williams Russell circuit court closed last week There was but little business during orthe term The people of Russell eau n ty arc lawabiding and have but little need for Courts Sheriff J W Hurt is adding greatly to the apppearance of his residence near this rlty by raising the ell part another story J L McLean is assist ed byR Reynolds in doing the work It is astonishing how fast cattle ac cumulate in this section A month ago buyers were over the country and when they Jefb for the market ib was reported tbat the cattle were all gath erect In the last two weeks six orev IBB large droves have passed thrr town I I t Death of Mr John Holladay Last Wednesday a telegram reached Columbia stating that Mr John Holla day one of Adair countys best citizen- was dead He died in a little town in in Alabama about seventyfive miles from the city of Montgomery On Tudsday his wife was notified by wire that he was dangerously ill and she accompanied by her brother Mr Frank Waggener started immediately to reach his bedside but the death sum mons was obeyed before they reached the scene and the corpse was in ship ment for this place The heartbroken wife and brother inlaw met the re mains in transit arriving here Satu- dap afternoon The funeral services were held at the late residence of the deceased and the body buried near bis home About three weeks before Mr inlcompany tithereached the South the brothers divi ded bupointsneDlrdihis Pifeetit thwasdemise word has been received that he wigreathim He stof isdrendeepest sympathy of all the people of Adair county It was here where b was reared and to his posterity he leaves an honorable name Rev E W Barnett preached bisJ farewell sermon last Sunday to bisC church in this town It was an inter esting discourse delivered in his usual characteristic manner that of greatI earnestness His stay here was six years and five months and in all that time he labored continually for the ad vancement of his churches and the I comIplainthe Masters cause or say that he was indifferent to the public good WblleI conditionds cide yet his pastorate In the main has gives satisfaction to his churches and a large majority of his members iheirgoogd his new field of work He came direct chfromIiministrywas fitted tor this great work both in heart and head With that liberal exposicnce of six years In the work and the energy and zeal ii e possesses theI anad his pastorate which will begin in a week or The good will of the sews will accompany him Notice to Trustees and Teachers Teachers must be careful in making dtback I bad considerable trouble this year in making out my annual report I trusIwes ant Hill will be held next Saturday Several teachers have thought it best to change the one to be held at Con u verslscbool house from the first Saturday in November to the third Satur day November 17 so we have conclud I ed to do that The chairman of trustees should not situ teachers reports unless they attend the teachers association of their I magisterial district or teach an extra I Cbllldrenore some to the teachers library which are nub promptly returned Please deliver them or pay the W lineICall and see my line of mens and boys clothing l overcoats = byjfar best line we have1 eer shoe My BitCf1 eye pants are up to date in fib toad afvln HiJxJ o rt r i l l We have recieved a largetnumber of subscribers since our last report and paidaH C Jackman V N Payne L F Scholl W M Greaver J A Phillips Word P F H Blankenship S B Wade U T Selby H Lawless Jno Crisp Andrew Foley Berryman Wooldridge S Blankenship Theodore Johnson S Eexroat C H Campbell J J Loy dJL C Coffey Cy Wade Miss C McFi n GTson W A Rankin Frank Harmon J C Nelson W J Simmons Nelson IsbelrI M Frazer G W Russell Robb Gi- nso A G Hyatt John Willis J D Hays W M Waggener H A Murrell Miss Sallie Price P II Cheatham EsI ther Moore J W Sparks A P Miller J M Vaughan J T Kemp thisIme stopping at the Fifth Avon ue Hotel will be happily surprised a the improvement of the interior of th ilding All the rooms have beenI wly papered and painted and the ningroom especially is very attract ive This hotel is managed by MrI ke Campbell who Is ably assisted by overytblngaccommodation of guests The bo tel d suppllethd the attachces courteous and polite op at this hotel when in the city and be convinced that the above statement correct thee vertisement of Krieger S Mules wholesale dealers in saddles harness C etc Louisville This firm carries an immense stock and Is having a fine run trade Mr Jo Hill of Columbia a popular gentleman throughout this section of the State represents this firm and about the first of November he will commence visiting merchants anIders for hint He not only bandies good goods but will offer you induce menu RevISSouth Pt Pleasant W Va contract ed a severe cold which was attended from the begin og by violent coughing He says After resorting to a number of socalled specifics usually kept in the house to no purpose I purchased a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which anted like a arm I most cheerfully recommend to the public For sale by M Cra yens There will be preaching at the fol lowing places next SundayT F Walton this city E1Y Barnett Graf dyvllle W S Dudgeon Bethlehem J O Prock Pleasant View F CSbearI cr Hutchison tichuul house 1- 1suiesscltlcesChapclTubiasIIuffuk TC Ncatsliurg G W Montgomery morningJUllarPleasant Ridge s Last Saturday night week at PeUy on this countyL Democratic cl was organized Wbile the organ tlon was being perfected some Bcoun drel or scoundrels went to the rwhere the horses were hitched a with knives removed several saddle skirts Mr John Campbell informs us that it is almost certainly known who the guilty parties areand when the facts are brought o they will be prosecuted Why experiment on yourself with remedies of doubtful utility when can get Chamberlains Cough Berne which has steod the test of time Twentyfive years sale and use h promptjcold has been contracted and before Mil= ena A publication sootf cerduesbutIpoet a breezy sheet trNOWJsRgOQdUme for overseers put their roads in trim A little go the Stanford road beyond the creek JHlttgtr i i ELECTION OFFICERS I West Columbia W T McFarland and M Cravens Judges J L McLean Clerk J F Montgomery Sheriff East ColumbiaHiram Judd and W O Pile Judges Gordon Montgomery Clerk and W B Patteson Sheriff 1ENClerk M Johnston Sheriff Keltner AlonzoPrice and Lem Dar nell Judges W H Moss Clerk and G ee M Rodgers Sheriff Gradyville C C Roe and H C Wai Jb1ElroyFrank Firquin and Jas W 7 Simpson Judges Tom Dillon Clerk H and Arthur FroedgeSueriff HarmonyEd Hadley and W L Loy Judges John Johnson Clerk and Finnis Harvey Sheriff KidGindeZ T Taylor Sheriff White OakSamuel Bryant and 51IWhite Clerk and Sam Epperson Sherfooiff petYUTW F Grant by Pellyton SberlffIly Judges J Campbell Sheriff RolEyJ A Stayton and Willis Knifley Judges C V Clerk J S Hovious McYhorterI Cane ValleyW H Smith Judges J W and R P Bridgewater DurbamClerkI Made Young One of Dr Kings AgainI each night for two meI in my teens again writes Dll Tur EinI and Bowels Purely er gripe Only 25c at Paulls drugstoreI S or Mr I M Babcock a Republican speaker of Illinois spoke to a mixed crowd of white and colored voters at courthouse last Saturday afternoon He claimed that every thing was cow ing McKinleys and Yerkes way an the little man over in the corner groaned sand the gentleman in theYI moon thought perhaps the sun would ri senext day Aoams Fistula Salve manufactured and guaranteed by J WAdams CoI of Paint Lick Ky to be a sure cute PiScratchrlGreasy IIer1 Disnniper Big Jaw etcaby CA3IMH5UT Bitos Pellytun Ky Wjf F lisjTKtKS SON Colum Ky J P MIILBU S SONS Croj Ky at crThe second daily mill to this place has been of but little benefibup to this letterses is e afbjrnoja pa pershave at no time reached us in that Iin gJreach us 12 SozaBaptindI minister an ser mon in the Baptist Church in this cityt last Sunday evening The Rev Mr i TheOIOgICc11ISeminary that he is tallentcd and some day ms prove a great leader of religious thoughtpdyWe especially invite the l autdies to gall and see our new l ayekwear jackets capes and furs youtEH 11Tbereschoolhouse in the afternoon on the first Sunday in November Itwill be conducted by M G McCaffree Ruel Cabell Pcntecost Hymns be used and other books t toLcistA white itril rch Ket- k j stoae between Cot the ho 18 ofBjL Gnawer kkdndprr wJti pleaeeleave at t1 s0fbaY I m r mVIX ix i i i xjN I XJN IN I Do You Went a 13Yc cIe E minvi IF SOi3 GAIL AND SEE USm w WE KEEP p iii SK ac11 R Good lime of Wheels vix 1 r in- I 3 Both flew ard Second Nand Also Repairs1 Ewireire1 0 ll Bicyclists n5- r EE EE IEIEIEIEIEE vvwryw Eat What You Likes When you tales Morleys Liver and honeyp igestion heartburn foul breath dizziness and the long train of similar troubles will disappear and your clean and awakened system will demand d Sound digestion and sound ap ite go together and both follow the causeW M Bell Joppa Ky The Farmers Home Fire Insurance Company Junction City Ky AO000 5 propertyI againstIA N WELLS for many years with the Continental General Manager Stung by Conterpcde Mrs Thus Saunders Bluilton Tex was stung by a centipede A doctor was sent for but before he arrived- some sensible friend wet a piece of WonderfulIThe doctor said his services were not needed for the poison was neutralized killed by the Wonderful Eight Mrs did not suffer from the wound Free trial bottles at W M Bells Joppa They Are Very Pleasant Smokers attention He has come at Rdleaves and rotten stock bad flavor If dont believe it try one and you will like it Askypur merchant for it HotivrcuSomI and Itip it goes without saying that everyone in attendance passed a delightful time irrof E G Payne who Is teaching Breeding this county has placed a library in his district the only one in this county of the kind Prof Payne a hat educator and is doing a good work lie will teach the normal course J Alexander college Burksville be Jan 7th 1901 There are several who are due us apIonce Dont wait for the other fellow to furnish us wood bring on the load hat you promised Bring us good wood 18 Inches and a big load 1Yasworoiay TheIY ail their neighbors The entertainment given by the colored local talent at their school I hlgblyIa many who often d j WurdwasthclromrjI 1 Page Jluilsim sold Jast week to Mont Fox of Danville Ky 32 bulls I TblYtthat should stay inthis country Mr H E Baker a native of Coluio bin who ISIS been a greatsuifer r fur several years uiMterveot a edrg I top oratiattckVad te BOW ofc lilit p riaith r okI h- v I I iS x v Town Taxes I All town taxes are now due and must paid The per cent goes on De 1 1900 GEO COFFEV Collector QRADYVILLE J P Dohoney was here last week rbuying mules ofttleC O Moss attended the lIon Bab cocks speaking at Columbia Saturday r Mr Robt Grissom was visiting his SaturdayMrfork passed through ourl place lastI JsltIA Walker spent a few days ofrlast week in Metcalfe county buying mules Quite a number ofour people attend atMilltownMesdames H dand J D Walker f accompanied by Robe Walker returned FridayW GratdyThe Democrats in our precinct will give a solid vote for their ticket at the next election + Scboollng Shea t J the27thKey Walton preached a very inter esting sermon at Union last Sunday Dr W W Bingham of Fry was in our town last week and informed us that his practice had been enough forV r physicians for two months Revs Hulse and Pentlcoff have justfa meeting at Pickett Chapel They had forty conversions 1essrs C O Moss and G T Fl iwers went to Louisville last week to bear Roosevelt speak Prof P C McCaffree returned from Louisville last week where he has been attending the Grand Lodge W H McCaffree sold his farm t i Prof Francis for 8SOO Messrs Burton Yates and A B Wil speakIng Dr J A Yates of Edmonton was here last week- Thejocal Republican speakers hare 1 been putting in good time for the prf i y three weeks in this and adjoining pu cincts They must be getting uneas vlsitiiS DrsMrs W Grady and Mrs Donann c tyPark Ky are visiting Mr and Mrs WL Grady Messrs Chas Ilcyman and LttJou seau were hero last weeks Smith C Nell sold H A Walker tutu mules at 360 per head fGctIts hard to appreciate the full worth tif Morleys Wonderful Iglt until you have used It in a score of the emerges des that come in firRish La says + ermiroe to sap I have tried Moneys W pderfil right and found it a good Kredtoine lies Pies rlsy and PBeuffloatej Nothl eg equate ibiatellevi tK paiR eZJeiltti Rreeatil t tlrksrt1Y it1Ieit fitMkr R 1 lI 1 f BILL 19 r ICONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE when required to any subsequent wgrand jury Any eleullun cllkcr ttho liallfal or refuse to perform any of his duties im posed by this section shall upon con viction be fined not less than fifty nor bore than two hundred and fifty dol lars or be confined in the county jail r not less thirty days nor more than l six months or be bothfincd and Im imprisoned in the discretion of the jury of the Clerks JDutlcs be the duty of the County Clerk to cause to be printed bound and ready for distribution one book of stubs and ballots for each voting precinct in ills county and shall furnish 50 per cent more ballots for each precinct than there were votes cast in said precinct at the last State and National election He shall also have made for each voting precinct in his county one metal stamp at least one inch in diameter which shall be known as the county election seal It shalrhave upon it the word election straight across the center the name of his county around the circle inside the 1 rim above the word election and the name of the precinct for which it is made arouund the word election together with one stick of best sealing 4i wax such as used by United States Government and by express companies Y for sealing packages containing money He shall also have made for each pre civet in hiscountyone adjustable linen envelope sufficiently large to hold all j the ballots that may be voted at said j precinct with a gummed seal on the back thereof and a place on the point cIccI one linen envelope for the purpose of holding the tally sheet with a gummed seal on the back thereof and a place on the point of the seal for the county election seal lie shall also have made one adjustable linen evelope sufficient ly large to hold all the ballots of which there is any doubt or difference of opinion in the minds of the judges concern ingtheir legality or regularity He shall deliver said ballot books and bal lots together with the election seal for toe different precincts and the two lar e and onr small linen envelopes for- tholding the baUots id tally sheet andt all necessary black ink stencils sam ple ballots and cards of instruction as herein provided to the clerks of such precincts and take their reclepts for the same One of such ink stencils shall Be safely placed in the booth t- heS preserved by the clerk tobe used easy are lost stolen or destroyed any person steal or willfully de either of said stencils or any of the election supplies required to be tarnished herewith he shall upon con fictIon be fined not less than fifty dol 1 rs nor more than twohundred dollars lessyfian one nor more than six months Preservation of Ballots Sec 10 As soon as the polls are clos 03 on the day of election and without adjournment of separation of the officers they shall in the voting room open the ballot box and immediately count the ballots and make a tally sheet of the count When the result qrthe ballot is ascertained it shall be immediately announced by one of the v- judges in front of the voting room All the ballots which have been counted and oyer which there is no question A of regularity shall consecutively be placed in a string to be furnished icy hc County Court Clerk as near as pos i Ve in the middle of the ballot and tlin the count Is completed thebal ls so strung shall be wrapped twice uund each way with thsstring upon v Ileh the ballots are strung and tied h t hard bow knoj and the knot shall v ih n be sealed with sealing wax and rt rnpedwjth the county election seal v thejsdges of the election in the presence of the clerk and sheriff while 211c wax Is hot so as that the Jmpres 1 v stun of the county election seal can be OIereIfdlegality or iifularity ot which them isaujr doubt rC trrdlfference of opinlr n ia the minds Ifthe4udgesof they election said gal 4J shall be plraCea iIi the large linen CountyCourted up aoi dross thesealthereof the fflcers oft the election shall plainly 1i1 trite tfceirnHies rid atthe point of r- tha alai indicated barr that purpose the i dr the elcctic m blin the 5piIseeof the clerk Sand sheriff place V beo ifatefbfoe set 1 in hot wax M plainlybefettoe fcjrffcaf tbt ultYCoortlih lreLnrrrieM c tfc to tl only faeawhj if j 7 7 Inecessarywhether they have or have not been counicd and if counted what part and rOi homThe tally sheet shall be jfciccd lathe linen envelope furnished furthat purpose and scaled up separ ate Uud across the seal thereof the I udfs of the tied Inn hall plainly write their names and at the pointer the seal indicated for that purpose the judgesot the election shall in the pres euce of the clerk and sheriff place with wax as above required tile county election seal After tLe certificates have been prepared and signed and de livered as required by law by the officers of the election then the ballots that have been counted and tied and sealed as above required and none other together with the tally sheet after it has been stamped and sealed as above required shall all be placed in the large adjustable linen envelope prepared and furnished for that pur pose then the said envelope shall tic sealed and across the seal thereof the officers of the election shall each write his name in a plain and legible hand and the judge shall in the presence of the clerk and sheriff at the point on the seal of said envelope indicated for that purpose place the county election seal in hot wax as above described so that it can be plainly read and the en veloped so sealed shall then be placed in the ballot box and securely locked with the two locks hereinbefore re quired to be furnished and the key to said ballot box and the county seal shall then be placed in the possession of the judge of the opposite political faith to that of the sheriff of election and the sherff of the election shall then take possession of said ballot box containing the ballots and tally sheet and also take possession of the stub books containing the certificates of election and the envelopes containing the spoil ed and mutiliated and uncounted and questioned ballots And the judge of election holding the keys to the ballot box and county election seal shall go with and accompany the sheriff of election within two days thereafter for which he shall recieve the same compensation as the sheriff of election now recieves by law for delivering the poll books and election returns to the Coun ty Court Clerks office and shall in the presence of each other deliver to the County Court Clerk the ballot box and the poll books certificates and the envelope containing the spoiled muliliated and questioned ballots and the keys to the ballot box together with the county election seal and the County Court Clerk shall then and there in the presence of the said skier iff and judge unlock the billot box and ascertain if the package containing thr J ballots and tally sheet is properly ser jcd according to the requireme nts herein and If he shall then issu e his receipt in duplicate for said ball jt box and ballots one to the sheriff and one to the judge which shall be In form as follows or as near as can be to con form to the facts Form of Receipts Eeclevcd ofSheriff of elec Lion for PVecflnct the bal lotbox and of judge of the keysto tion seal for saii prerincl I hereby certify that 1 fVnd upon examination in the present of said officers that the package in Paid box ir properly sealed and stamped according to law that I have replaced said package in said bal lotbo and relocked the same and delivered to each of thorn a key to said brAno box and to the judge of the oleo tion and taken their receipt for same The clerk after having satisfied himself as to the rendition of said ballots shall replace said ballots ir the ballotbox and relock said box in the presence of the Judge and sheriff and themItion tothe judge who gave it to him and take their receipt therefor The fotsfco receipt shall be as near as can bate conform with the facts as follows Received ot Clerk of County Court one key each to the bal lotbox that has been delivered to him this day bysheriff of election in precinct county Ken tucky after having first seen him un lock said ballotbox and examine the package therein and finding it to be sealed aid stamped according to law and that we saw him replace SAid pack age ip said ballotbox and relock the same andjudge of election hereby acknowledges receipt of the cotlntp election sealforbis precinct this day of1900Ju- deofPrecinctSh- eriff otuPrecinctSkall 18 Kept Six Meatbs The judge sad atorif shall retain skid keys for tiidperiod of s4x mouths ati W iklhtifJM if tiMre hw not been a oossteet fflM they fchall deliver said k JItlMn 1Et7lbfk F b J zshy er with the county election seal audit shall be his duty to destroy said bal lots Provided however if there be a contest filed then the judge and sheriff of the differentprecincts who hold the keys to the ballOt bx of their respect ive precincts shall upon notice of the filing of the contest deliver the keys to the Judge of the court having juris diction to try the contest and the offi cer so holding the county election seal hall then deliver the name to the County Court Clerk Sec 11 At the close of the polls and before the ballot box is open the offi cers of election shall count the remain ing ballots thathave not been used and tear them from the book and destroy them by burning and in their certifi cate of the result of the election they shall certify how many ballots were not used anddestroyedPenalties Prescribed Sec 12 Any officer of the election who shall knowingly and willfully give or certify to an improper certificate of the election a s herein required or shall mutilate or tamper with any of the seals or destroy or remove any of the ballots required to be preserved herein shall be guilty of felony and upon conviction thereof shall be con fined in the penitentiary for a period of not less than one nor more than three years Sec Any County Court Clerk who shall kDOwllDglyandJwillfullyunlock or break open and remove or destroy or in any way tamper with a ballot box and ballots left in his care and cus tody or permit any other person to do so during the period of six months which they are so required to remain in his office or until they are removed from his office by order of the court hearing any contest shall forfeit his office and be deemed guilty of a felony and upon conviction thereof shall lYe confined in the penitentiary not less than one no more than three years Sec 14 Any person or perions who shall in any way remove rautiiate or destroy or add any new b allots to the regular ballots that have been counted and prepared for preS jrvation or have already been preserved as required herein so that the result of the election in such Precinct or county is changed there Oy shall upon convic tion be deen Jed guilty of a felony and confined in the penitentiary for not less than One nor more than three yearsSecAny person or persons who shall unlawfully attempt to prevent or pr event any voter from casting his bar lot or shall attempt to or intlmi dfany person or voter so as to pre vent him from casting his ballot or who shall unlawfully interfere with the officers of election in the discharge of their duties as such shall be deem ed guilty of a felony and upon conviction be confined in the penitentiary for a period of years of not less than one nor more than five years for each offense The fact that the person or persons so offending may be an officer or officers of the Federal Government or of the State or any district county town or city thereof or of election shall not relieve them of the responsibility or penalty for the violation of this section All acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act are to the extent of such conflict hereby repealed Sec 16 Because of the dissatisfac tion that now exists against the present election law i n this Common wealth and that it is desirous and nec essary that the coming election in November bo held under the provisions of this act take immediate effect and this act shall take effect and be in force pon its approval by the Governor Brave Explorers Like Stanley and Livingstone found it harder to overcome Malaria Fever and Ague and Typhoid disease germs than savage cannibals but thousands have found that Electric Bitters is a wonderful cure for all malarial disea ses If you have chills with fever achesln back of neck and head and tired wornout feeling a trial will con vince you of their merit W A Null of Webb Ill writes My children suffered for more than a year with chills and fever then two bottles of Electric Bitters cured Only 50 cts Try them Guarenteed Sold by T E Paul Druggist Six Frightful Failures Six terrible failureS of six different doctors nearly sent Wm H Mullen of Lockland O to an early grave All said he bad a fatal lung trouble and that he must soon die Bathe was urged IB try Dr Kings New Discovery for ConcMmpttoa After taking live bottinfe be eraeatlrely cared Itiipos iUvtfyMnatMd t cure all diseases of Throat Ceftand Laagg iuchidiDg HUIDODlafBrODebiia Croup IThoojriDf Mifbf 50e Od S100 TrW tottfciInrtltalft Anilg MtoK 4 USSELtLtSPf IftGST10TE111 traveHi piMi o 0 0 N 006 NONONONNN ONON0000 0 0 Go ToTo Cooking I and Heating Cast 1 4 Stoves Shotb Iron Stoves all sizes Stove pipes 44 and Elbows Dampers and Coooking iUtensils Tin Roofing i o iTIN AND QALVINIZED IRON GUTTER WITH WIRE HANGERS 0 t 00000000 OOOOOOOOON ONONONON OON ONE LHUGHES COMPANY WHOLESALE SASH J DOORS o BLINDS t MOULDINGS kUR new Lumber Warehouse which we have just J stockedPwith all kinds of REED MILLER Agents Columbia Ky U O BUBEL T n BU- BEL11JEPL TT1E S Successors Falls City Buggy Top Co Manufacturers of Dealers In all kinds o- fTopsVehicles Buggy and CUSHIONS Write For Catalogue NO 142 East Main St LOUISVILLE kY Teachers Association The Teachers Association of District No 2 will beheld at the Conover school house on the 1st Saturday in Nov 1900 1 Music 2 Innovation C F Breeding 3 EssayMiss A E Montgomery 4 How to create a love for Composi tion work in the schoolW L Brock man 5 What are the benefits to bederiv ed from the study of Civil Govern mentWalker Bryant 6 Select Beading M i s s Elnora Leach 7 How to teach Geography Civil Government History in their rela tion to each otherC E and H J Conover 8 EssayMiss Vina Royse 0 How would you teach beginners in writingW Sinclair DlO Recitation Miss Minnie White 11 Importance of spellingA O Young 12 A talk W D Jones on any subject of his own selection 13 Which is the better disciplinarian of the mind mathematics or Ian guageC M Murrell 14 Importance of reading W B Pierce 15 Keel tatlon Miss Gertrude Mur rah 16 What branch of the common school course of the most importance 11 Rraudshaw and T While 17 DebateResolved that the 1nil ippiuos were justifiable iti rebelling against the United Slates Alllinnatlve Negative Walker Bryantt C M Murrell W D Junes J IL J Conover CE Willis 1 CF Breeding f Editor Sees Wonders Editor W V Barry of Lexington Tenn in exploring Mammoth Cave contracted a severe case of Piles Ills quick cure through using Bucklen Arnica Salvo convinced him it is an other worlds wonder Cures Piles In juries Inflammation and all Bodily Eruptions Only 25c at PaullcJ Those who talk to us about imperial ism being riot an issue in the present campaign but a bugbear or a myth Should note llie activity of the British GoverHlBientsfor an alliance with the TJaitsd States Our Eoglish peak lug neighbors hare twig bees anxious to have oar join them in a of conquest and colonies The JBrltfeh have spread themselves over thee world br force and are now eo tluetiilgaGotwrnntentwhiffhs to be tapafrtal Q two tltlw ey J KIMBLE KY ooIs 0wniitrtb r lur round uhr cimmoi tiiisnt- sitf the pictun III licatcs and is ruu flrsicla in every particular VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro 000 I Heating T + 0 a corn to and and Breeding S is G Government as applicable to the modified mon lone which prevails at home and which Is typical of the tyran ny and despotism over subjects who are not participants in the Govern ment toan appreciable extent but are held by the sword For the purpose of taking us away from our safe republi can moorings and putting us under a real or fancied obligation the British Governmenassumcdto protect usfroro foreign interference when we were at war with Spain with the certainty that we would speedily defeat the Spanish arms The timidity of our Administration was played on We did not need the protection so osten tatiously offered by Great Britain It was as much to the interest of Great Britain as it was to that of the United States to have no third party to the war British statesmen know that a war which would involve the Western Hemisphere would require matelab orate defense of British America Lord Salisbury and his associates were looking out for themselves as usual Thats all right of course They ought to be assidious in the interest nf their own country Let us not bnwcvc permit them to fool us Hows This WonftVr Onn Ilunrlre DnDar R I ward furr II if Oitiiuli tha rut tI lie ru red iy ttlV l iUi rim fir 11 11 BX BY C CO r jMlii p- We the JlUlroIIIII1IIJt kiuuji y J Cheney fur Ito last 15 ears earl he lleyo hui i Tfi city liunnribu 1nTM I business tninsactluns and HnaiiAially I able to carry out any nhigaI ions nnuie by their firm WEST Tnux Wholesale rug gists Toledo 0 WALDIXQ KIITKAN S MAKVIK Wholesale Druggist Toledo O Halls Catarrh CurilS liken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 7C per bottle Sold by all druggists Halls Family Pills are the best lI wish to express my thanks to the manufactHrers of ChaiijberlslusCoiie Cholera and Diarrhoea Bewetfy for having on the market S tci i Hofj derful medicine says W W Ma sitiK gill of Beaumont Texas There are many thoifrftncLs of motncrs whoso children hive been Sa tlaCkS- 6f dyseatry andd Vatiit ntu n wile MkMiikbM h tor fele byiUCravws Jr i 1 PATTERSON HOTEL JAM6STONCN KY ifor Itii can foe 1 thin nT tits DiV iiamed hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the table at nil times sup plied with the best the market affords o Feed Stable in con nection J B PATTERSON Prop- rietorTSTF3PI113NSW DEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes- I aso keep a large stock of CLOTHINGwhich I have a nice line of MILLINERY on han- dsKENTUCKYELKHORN COBCOB3K r DAISY PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon Marble Workz7 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of 1fARBLE 51I1lUj tl0 r PRICE LOW WORK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WUI F JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky Jlorse Jfyoe 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 ISHOF BRAND has been thoroughly tested and has produced surprising 33B results It will make your wheat big wheat and will cost you as little money as any reliable fertilizer ever jsold in Adair county Call and see me QEO COFFEY Columbia Ky n 1 Fifth JIvenuE Hotel R PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST CON DUCTED 200 HOTEL IN THE CITY LOCATED I ANDWHOLEjALEHOUSES I6VELIE KENTUCKY SUV THE EJIPI E 1DILkL L IS THE BEST Oft OH THE JHflf IET r r I say Ibis with the full QowleIJge of other drills It has a for fertilizer feed and I can furbish you either the Disc Hoe or ShoW r JDrillthaf will fHiJ from three pe iks to three bjaebjili per acre tiC is easily adjusted and any ope can operate ijb J can also yon furnfgj lthebMtbrandsof v F TJJjZERS I f oi iW f Ja rigs t Jif r