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ITtiE A11ATRJCOUNTY NEWSS Ji 6 I u01iJY1BiA AD AIR COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 11 1903 NUMBER 52 PaT OFFICE DIRECTORY 1J nu3Sv roTMsrrw- II f UI DEPUTE POSTMASTER ll rhl ur tjtlf 1J ECP0l IIfl IITCOIlTThn c 5Ion vorsI Ia na iarj tht Mi laj Ttrd Mfoudryiu Srfitt nlfcr JrIJuW Jours orniiumwfitlth Attorny XH V tarot JSM31 Wt111ir m Jiw rt y On Co kr trytairidayitr ch rtl4 loilvc T Stunts vunty Attvrui yJu02Tnct j r1U jailJ K PCO1r coIt w Iu nyorR T MtxtiStc Snltw Joie- onmrrC MKu sol iv Kcgnlnrcoiirtfsecond Monday in t month ui eT Davidson i e tit r coOtOD Muntcumr 1halG T Flowers f C1iUECIlW1 EOTORY- adslTRkIAB L8tTI BIT Her C Clements Serviceef5K ind fourth bunds h jiouib 3uricsy cbool t8a 1e1- 71olJtb Vraver meeting wedneeda- ihI fl MKTHOUIHTv UItUIVILLB F E Lewis pu- or 9drau 4sud Sundays tn esch wont hnba rrery iehbaPI9 a tn Prayc r nAa 4Fr Bev JP Scruggs 01r F4Irstand third Sunday tneacb month RTxchioi every Sabbatb a m Prayer m Toeda nlehi r AMPBBLLBVIILB PIEK Eld W K Azblll Pastor SctTtcci Becond nod Fourth Sunday s in each inunlb Sundayschool every Sab ottn at 930 am Prayer mooting Wednesday n1Rht LODGES MASONIC No F and MRegu lar meeting in their ball over bank on Fri ay night on or before the full moon In uunlb I W Coffey WM W Jones Secretary R AM No1 meeu rlday night afterfull H P w Bccrntary VETINERY SURGEON Flstulo Poll ev11 splints spavin or any inrirical work done at fair prices am fixed to take care of stock S D ORBN8HAW- mile tram Colnrrb a r Disappointment S C ATr WiT OTTER WHOLESALE GROCERS tnd CO MISSION 4MERGHAN S jouv 4Iluiioky fc S GRADY i DENTIST SPKOIAI 4attention given ii Gold Filling Crown slid Bndyt work y QTOFKICK over RuRwllfc g J MurrHl Store Columbia Ky kx 3 Scientific Shoeing oI am ready to do Black Smith ing of any kind from horse ah o ng to th atevehicles 1 will inake a specialty of shoeing horses with diseased goofs and guarantee satisf action Myshop is located back of live ask Barbee dI Robertson Give me your work JfWCOFEEY Wilmore Hotel I r W M WILHORE Prop rodYYiUe Kclttitc I tTJHERE Is no better ibrf to than at the aboved nauifri h Good sample rooms and a tilntr- eaanQaAM n19 table Bates very stable attached J ft r r J Vast WaV6I j Democracy Sweeps Over State 1ofKentucky Chairman Hagar Expresses Satisfaction RUde Spontaneous Response To i Gall of the Partu BSTiMflTES MflJORITY fiT 28000 The triumph of Democracy which swept like a wave over Kentucky was in a tripledistilled form when It reached tbe headquarters the Demo cratic Campaign Committee TberaI were the nerves of the greatortanlza liiin spread thrnuuhnut tbe State in the hfoapr of direct telegraphwires the luloriuatiou was received as fast as tbe returns were counted an from an hour after the pulls closed until far into the night every man was active litihiiuatiuti ihruugtiuuc the State The victory iif the Democratic party was well assured o 930 ocllJ kand an hour later even the bitterest partisans of the opposition had given up hope aud conceded the Democratic victory It was a masterly victory gloriously achieved and the active workers of tbe campaign could notrest until the last pulling place had sent In the sig niticaut me sage Good night The committee which had been at work bOcuQbtantiy for the past threeI months did out pause in its wjrk as the end drew near Judge S W Hager chairman of the committee Percy Haly his able lieuteuaut Judge Henry limes aud others were at their uLti roc lvlugfium + ttie pfeclucts throughout Kentucky which in as itself a cuugratuiation tha ener t getic work that had beep done It is said that Kentucky was never more perfectly organized than during this campaign At one time fourteen days passed during which neither Judge Hager nor Percy Haly laft Seelbachs Hotel where the headquarters were ocated IN KKPUBL1CAN STRONGHOLDS f The returns received last night indlh Icated that sentiment In the strong nold of Be puolicanism had undergone a reversal since the last election in Kentucky was held Judge a was greatly pleased as he evening wore away ana give out the following LaLtDJeD tENeverfroui the tune 1 took charge bad 1 the slightest doubt of tu 1ays election The people of Keutucy with ehpeclal reference to the respects tile taxpaying element who compose the oldtime Democratic patty was never willlug at auy time to turn over the alfalrs of the State to the party which they had tried under the tutee UepubiitMu administration After Guy Becuham assured eon trol he evibCrd a couservatism pleas tug to those who bag tiuauciai inter enL in the State All a tithe wheu the gUud name of Kentucky was under a cloud he tuok charge and brought order out of chaos He bo couducied the public lustitutions that the peo pie soon had absolute confidence in the adwinistrattpp IIURpEitEItB AID ASS4SI They have plainly shown that tb eyor werounwiinugvo turu the affairs the State over to a party that would murderersowas a fear that had general lodgment in the mluds of the people that the Belknap administration had no gained control than the murderers tyjlllani Q oebeji would be turutd preventphundreds iiMdpublicanhfiouj case the vote which xMuld oibti wise ha gfiue lu tayurut the party uotutute r iThe growth aud development pr fhe State had reaehtd such a stage jf prosperity that it was necessary for it lobeiu heads that would foster its hest inttresis Enslcru capital In vast mourns has been invested by Uvpubllcans in this State and they fiordtfi ot propry wtae bow Jig to risk achungeof aduiin tratjon TI for the reason tham would Ira dm tijtled eupiitlus Ip tIJctt4e In u h Mouldy out bae fit its secure sth ydii 0 lr the m untaln irlnis Vcre capJ rl liavi trGd larf sum htIItyrurthILaSatcH law s wllud nI w dl r a Pqltl11- dinnitsi mtdH in much the Kinie f mi ts Ih heriiiifi rn ixfsIt OOI JiECKIlJLMURATJFIKD Is is n great victory for the Ken tucky Democracy and it shows more than llythiueulAA that our pirty is onc more united and prepared for even greater victories in the future I am deeply grati find over the result and especially over the splendid majority given our ticket The size of thema jority is very significant and should teach the Republican part in Kentucky a valuable lesson It ought to show them that no party shall ever have respectful bearing in Kentucky which seRkAI to win by slandering tho fair namac of the State and maligning itsc grpat and good people It demonj Rtratps to thorn that thn campaign of slander is a losing one aud that the power of the hir d blackguard and newspaper libeler is no longer to be tolerated in a political cont test iu this State If they wantE prtheira fitor iu the affairs of shy 5tJtaC thy must change hpirpnlioiea come before the people iu decent and gord order without the stainI of blood upon their garments andC without the aid uf the professions slanderer A party of intelligent and discreet opposition is a good thing in any State aud does muchI good in holding the dominant pare ty to strict and honorable account of its public service The Demo cratic desires and invites such opposition and criticism It is nota afraid at any time to go before the ofpeoplevostigation of its record Such atcampaign we have just made auda the people have indorsed in un mistakable terms our methods and the conduct ot the States affair- bp the Democratic administration Our ticket is deeply grateful t the people of Kentucky for their it magnificent indorsement and welJ shall endeavor to show our grati tude by administering the States affairs upon broad and liberal pol icies doing every thing in our p wer to render a satisfactory count of our pubho service an in and ug our great commonwealthr The victory means that in th great national contest next yea Kentucky shall noir bein the joinr ing heads with the reunited Na tioual Democracy shall aid in thes JdentGov election of a Democratic Presi J 0 W Beckham toj CourierJournal REV E LEiY1Sta Tne removal of Rev F E Lewis by the Louisville Annual Conference from Adatrville to Columbia was quite asurprlse to his churches here It goes without saying that the friends of Bro Lewis heard this with mucn regret He had been in our midst for three years jtidbad endeared himself to many people both In nod out of bis churches He came here with the charge of circuits which took Adalr villa and Oakland from the other church and he had a hard work ahead of him That was to boil 3 phyrt and organise a congregation at PricesI Mill this by his indefatigable it be succeeded in doing with only two three Methodist people to start litwithhe built a beautiful 8500 chur and organized the congregation with abjut twenty members Bro Lewis is an edmmed and potlSned gentle uieo being credit to any church and erthe fact that he was elected rld lpai 01lift h eCol 0 mbfa Training School is sefull evideocaof his scholarly seta 1n admPnts We feel full assurance ptchi ol mould not bein better hands veInd ihathe will sorry it tova great uccc sQar loss is Columbias gajj and we trust tje ppw relations wilt prove as useful pleasant aud a ful aHihas the past Bro Lewis succeeded ht re by Rev James A Chandler who comes with tbe hag encumlums and has already made his presence known by ils ajfible rflaqr IllnPtg will sill and hs lntcrestiog mtns which indicate his power and i fluAcefT Opcliargc The Bntrr irNr J tlriJa its JI Itt wYsbInjr biiibi suCifjisliiev rjfiWiiylH their ntwnirt vof wrtkc= AlefrrUlc rsterprlsc WARFIELD tarries Maryland UyJAbout 8000 Plurality Legislature Will jJe Overwuelminaly Democratic THE VOTE IN NEW YORK OITY Baltimore Nov 4At midnight the returns of Tuesdays election from Baltimore city and the Stateot Maryland had not all been received The missing precincts in the city had been counted by the election judges bu wing to the lung 7igll of the clerical rco In the office of the Supervisors of Election it was decided to close the office The figures of the missing precincts are promised tomorrow morn- Ing They will not materially change result lu Baltimore city the Democratic Stat ticket com ising Edwin Warfleld of Howard n ty Governor Gordon T Atkinson of Somerset county Controller and Balttpcity Attorney General was by about 5000 plurality The Democrats elected in Baltimore City three State Senators sad eighteen members of the House of Delegates by majorities The Republicans one State Senator and six members of the House of Delegates William H Green Republican is apparently elected Sheriff of the city b yforplurality of between 100 and 200 The returns from all of the counties the State have not been received enough reports are in hand to an overwhelming Democratic majority on Joint ballot in the Qeqer al Assembly whiph will slept a succes risMcComas 0From returns received at this hour is conceded that the Democrats will on joint ballot eightytwo votes in the General Assembly to fortyone Republican Gen Warfields plurall tv In the State will probably reach 8000w landWashington and are being Inivestigated by the Interior thecorvolved in the scheme to defraud the Government The charges are that great railroad systems and y members of Congress have en in a conspiracy by which they titles to worthless lands in duced the government to make forest a obtaaclTtbxselect in lieu thereof valuable lands not so reserved In this manner they are said to have exchanged practically worthless lands for that worth 5 to 86 an acre Thjs Hen land act never ame uj for open dls cus lon in Congress as it was Introduced by Senator Stewart as an amend ment to an appropnarion hill andw so enacted It will take some days get at the facts from the mass ttostartlIng rumorsp afiSrbAll work Is honorable if the worker honest sSome church members keep their hearts In cold storage cbGood nature is one of the best physicians now practicing- An itching nose usually accompa nie jajijew diamond ring Those who marry fear money always earn more than they get Some Christians prayers sound exbe actly like a sight draft looks theThe congregation that slogs well Is the congregation that works well x You cant made a silk purse out of a sows ear but you can make a pu r dissgs favorisof the do hestWise ashewas snlomon was not wise enough totake adyrotage oftig best PprtUnittFg seewe wmiVdntglre touch forthegood ae ntpppRhdhr roc iulDlstcr wbrse otriullllS plene Pt eYbd Sliiuvh uif belt frni hd clean that we hair t wonder if their io matr cstr Cnjuythemselvrs- POINTED PARAGRAPHS A ptj is a moil why doubts his own fish stori- esOtIlTrtywbatalutof divorces are applied r In thy name A mm uiu h continually shooting llfll innuih carmoihopc successfully to pjse as a big gab When two women get wound up the third Is apt to be run do vn A suburban servant is known by the family bhe condescends to let live with her No Cordelia the seashore breeze is not caused by the hotel victims blow- Ing la their money Its a good thing for some people that the necessities of life do not include brains A man spends onethird of life in bed but its the other twothirds that troublesObittago If a man dues always the best ho can if he yields not at all toI the promptings of his lower na tnre if he puts as ay the animal nature and lives according to the highest he knows life will be one continual succession from the ginning to the end This must be so There can not be any God ruling in the world if it be not so If God made it so that the man that does right that is always moral and always true to his est convictions most riotwith standing suffer what a chaos the world would be The world is not made that way Do not believe any religious teacher who tells you that you wait until some future life the reward of good action and pure living If you live a truly up wright moral and religious life and are striving all the time to bring yourself nearer to the Crea tor of the universe honestly trying to direct your life in paths of and fill your heart purity Gcd has not made the world that the result of this effort will be pain and disappointment and disaster The term grass widow is said be derived from the old English custom of hanging out a broom hen a mans wife was absent To hang out the broom became a common phrase the meaning be that the house had been swept clean of the wifes presence and e husbands friends were wel me and at liberty to do as they pleased Later the husbands hung out a bunch of grass and so beIcame known as grass widowers and their wives as grass widows Nature is evidence that there is creative power beyond man o humanity The Scripture calls codthe creative power that and rules all things that powesaea the attributes of purity virtue goo ne9a truth and love giving us evidence of his power through his physical children Mr Clark is entitled to the thanks of the whole people for making pgbl Ged legislativto e prosperg d Introducing two measures one ension o ex slaves and the other prO viding for a shipping subsidy Mr Hanna should be in his seat oq the opening day of congress and make prosperity perpetual by introducing a couple of more bills The Cleveland boom has received another boost Senator Qan na said in a meeyipg at Cleveland Groyer Cleveland is another great democrat greater than his time or his party Now who will so rash as to question Cleve lands democracy or greqtneis af ter this generous indorsement Saturday night a Broadhead Boo r gitle county Josiah Sutton aged 1 eswas accioently shot through the hand sad instantly killed while In a Hallow eon frolic Horace Benton aged 20 one of Sutton friends who r thought there were b ant partridges in bis pistol tired tbc fatal shot while care le ply handllop t be weapon Perhaps the extra session has been called for the purpose of giv ing the financiers time to explain what they want Than therelar session can be eyi ed to glv l itR i49Ul Jo6t s Tdffiffldilll Sweeps Greater New York Bu 70000 Pluraiitu Victory a Great Triumph for Leader Charles Murphy TIGER TIKES tILL SIGHT New York Nov 3rAf ter a remark able campaign In which there united against him nearly all the newspapers and practically ever min- Ister of religeon in the city George B McClellan son ottheClvll War Gener all was today elected third Mayor o Greater New York over Seth Low Fusionist the present Mayor bya plurality of about 70000 Edward N Grout was elected Controller and Charles V Fornes presi dent of the Board of Aldermen These two men were originally on the Fusion ticket and were indorsed by Tammany whereupon the Fusionist took their names from the Low ballots and nom i Hated other candidates It was the nomination of Grout and Fornes by Tammany that caused Hugh Mc Laughlln the veteran leader of the Kings County Democracy to bolt and declare that he would not support men who were not Democrats In spite of his detection however McClellan Grout and Fort carried Kings coun ty The managment of their cam paign there waS taken over by State Senator Patrick H McCarren when McLaughlin refused his std Capt John C May was killed last Tuesday afternoon near Menlo Ga being knocked from a presciplco on on Lookout Mountain by a rotten limb which fell and struck him He had grasped the limb to assist in his climbing when it gave way and struck him on the head He fell about two hundred feet and was caught by a tree He had lest Lexington the Sunday be lore on a prospecting tour Capt May was one of the Curates of Kentucky University and prominent in business circles He was a widower t married The remains were brough- to Shawhan Station his home for burial The chairman of the Republican Campaign Committee proclaimed the day before the election that Belknap would carry the State by a majority of 16000 He ought to be ashamed t mislead a confiding public in that way rThe fiveyear old son of Amandt Shaffer a wealthy German of Boyle unty was burned to death It is ironst of an oldfashioned fireplace his cloth ing took fire The Kentucky Congressmen and Senators will leave this week for Washington to attend the extra ses sion of Congress which has been call for November 9th Robert Smith a welltodo farmer of Nicholas county commuted sui tide by shooting himself This was his second attempt His mind wasde ranged by ill health Frank Hamilton a laundryman Ashland reoently married was strut by a train at that place and instantly killed The horse he was driving w also kill sad the wagon demolished 18 lbs granulated sugar for 103 cash at W L Walkers CO UlBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SA1ILEwiS 18TBeeswax 22 Feathers 44 Hides Green 5 Hides Dry- Gingeng 10 4 Spring Chicken Qld Hens 7 Eggsi1 15 Dried Apples 2i This report will be submitted for reviainnswaOly tw cl 3 r BOBBITT HOTEL LEBANON KY J D BOBBITT 6 SON Proprietors Railroad Street Within Fifty Yards of the Depot 0teNewly and neatly furnIshed clean beds Special accommodations reasonableTradespectfully solicited 7VHDST0NE I nave an Excellent MAD STONE which has been tried in about one hundred cases snakeecan cite you to many of the met THf+ Cr M WISEMAN SON + JEWELERS and OPTICIANS Dealers In Diamonds and Precious Stones 0Special attention given to work and WestMarketOpotte Abut HIi LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY BIG FOUR ROUTE Summer Tourist Line MOUNTAINS LAKES FOREST AND SHORE NEW YORK AND BOSTON The Travelers Favorite Line Chicago Pullman Sleeping rare Strictly Modern Indianapolis Peoria and aK MichiganUnequaled Modern Equipment Fast Sched TouristtWARRFN J LYNCH W P DEPPE r Qenl Pass aTicket Agt As3taPiTv A CINCINNATI OHIO SJ GATES General Agent Louisville Ky oANDSFor Homeseokers and Colonies BeltRoutesis Northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homeseekers Mild climate good water cheap building material abund ance of fuel and soil that will often payforas eheap as 250 an acre prairie land at 4 and 5 per acre up bottom land at 35 and per acre up improved or partly cleared land at 810 and 815 per acre up Some fine propositions for colonies tracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at 1 to S10 per acrebIg money in this trncklandsperacre aloegreatkhome that will cost you no more than asthe rent you pay every year E w LABEAUM G p S T A Cotton Belt Route St LouisMa PEOPLE OF f K D 75 I R C 0 UN TY Can save money by mailing- a postal for tlio goods listed below Pitchers Castorla17aPeruna 67c 670Q cBParachamp 130 Everything cut rates CITY HALL PHARMACY f Lir l F fi V jLHH i J rl iad Every fs n stlay BY TIIX3 air ounty ti tewaSo t x xtarcmi c II J LtYtlt1 iwtSlS- bCiuvr ii jJitr docttc to ihtlnur Lit iiht rjof Colgmbta and the tosite o Itai 1I at rAUnlie- bItaaab r nthedolumbta Ioto21ce iOcl nd clasm mMttr IAlED WOV11 19 J3 In last weeks ssue we could not give as full a report of the election n3 we had hoped duo to the fact that tbe wires wero not giving good service but our figures on the re suIt la Kentucky were not too high since the official ouut is leading in the direction of 80000 As f ported iu last turdayb Codrer Journal Mr BockJiRiaV plurality over Mr Belkuap was 27252 with 00 precincts to hear from which would not materially alter cur gclittnt Governors strong endorse ment From what we are able to learn it v3 oae of the must or deny aod fair elections hold in this State for several years a strong endorsement of Democratic principles and a severe rebuke to Republican policies From the very inception of the campaign the Republican party introduced the issues of Democratic iucompe toucy to manage the State their hostile feeliug toward the men charged with tho murder of Wm Goebal and tho record of our pres ent State administration On each proposition thewero chasing the rainbow of imagination leading to that laud from whence thoy are not likely to return for many yours hnce It was a hard struggle made to arouse prejudice and paMiout to excite sympathy and to result in the overthrow of judi cial power in the trials and convictions of those charged withthe assassination of an honored Dem ocratic leader or three years ago bat they were forcol to fG th r eaUs uf one of the may biibinesj admiuistrutioiia KffI1jltS ever had and to tied prejudice and pas lion lumbering so intit ty that they failed v uonse them conee Nin utiy it waa Waterloo The result qhow that Kentoek is a Democratic State thni it is tar Beyond the reach yf ihu R pubh oaiiis whtu police hud harmony prtVJil ia ur party Is mtrrkt the continuation of the grow my good will between members of tin dominant political party and ttiln tho lalo to tho world that strife ambition and internal and infer nal troubles have been brushed aside in our fair land that reason has been enthroned and invigorat ed and that Kentucky and hen tuckiaua will not further block thoir own bright future but in peace and prosperity advance in all the avenues and resources when developed will truly make this State the brightest jewel of tho Union Tho glorious results in our State is echoed back from the brave Democracy of Maryland redeemed by fully 5000and frcfm Greater New York by C3COO while Ohio Bt3ru unyielding and doter mined pitches in the face of our fellow Democrats Republican majority of 100000 and many doubtless failed to vote Through out the whole country Demqcrats showed strength and vigor which is cheering and inspiring for the fight of 1801 The mixed a hite and blackbar bacue at Munfordvillo did the work forthe Republicans in Hart county A Republican majorit f300was wipbd out Eeokham carrying the county Hart county is tho home of Simon Boliver Buokiier and to tho Democrats If that countv is accredited the greatestvictory won in the State It will be remembered that Eelkunp opened hi campaign in Hart couu ty It has been said by a number of Republicans that Dr Hunters action lost their State ticket 10 000 votes It is also said by some that Simon Boliver Buckner made 10000 votJB for Beokham If these statements are true and Hunter had been out of the way and Buckner not so officious Beokhamsv majority would not have been over eigh thousand v Wo have not heard but we takE it that GGt Bradie fhaBVer mush improve r l Ir r rQUVTY JT Ion GOVERNOR llblkiiap 1740 leck his In 1442 LIEUT GOVKKNOR Wilhott 1787 Thoruc 188 ATTORNEY GENERAL JJeokner 1732 Hays v 1149 AUDITOr Walsh1785 Hsgor 1439 TREASURER luck 1787 Bosworth 1437 SSdRETARV OF STATE Sight 1735 McOhesney 1438 SUPERINTENDENT MoOarfcnoy 1734 Fuqua 1436 COMRJ AGRIOULTURE Baker 1734 Vreeland 1439 CIBRK COURT OF AIPKAI Newman 1782 Ohinn 1489 It n cO ImroxEnf Cureton 1658 McChord 1438 JUDGE CIRCUIT COURT Baker 1644 Hurt 1547 STATES ATTORNEY Huddleston Rep no op 1733 REPRESENTATIVE Nell Rep 1731 Huffakor Prohibition 243 CIRCUIT CLERK Neat Rep 1756 MAGISTRATE H K Walkup Democrat was elected Magistrate in district No 3 defeating his opponent 70 votes CONSTABLES L 0 Powell Democrat was elected Constable in district No 3 receiving 257 votes II K Ford was elected Constable in district No ceiving 1SS votes FOR AMEN MT Yes lOG No 15 We have not tho official returns in the rncn for Circuit Judge hut Mr Bikern majority over Mr Hurt is said to bo about 2100 Mr Hurts majority in Motcslfe county as we have been informed is 51 Oa MrJ B Montgomery of Louis yule writes us that hi is a candi late for SargentafcArms of the next Senate with flattering pros paces of receiving the Caucus nomination He has been true from boyhood to tho principles of Democracy and in every contest he has worked uatireingly for the siicces3 of the Democratic ticket He will bo assisted by party ass ciate3 from all sections of the StateThe election in the Eleventh district to select n successor to the lato Vincent Boreing is now on Hunter and Edwards both of whom are claiming the Republican nomination are being voted for and many ballots aro being east for Hon John D White the in dependent candidate We presume that the effective work accomplished in Kentucky by Secretary Shaw and Commis sioner Yerkes was very gratifying to the Republicans of tho State What they did for their party will be pointed to with pride for ntany moons Commonwealths Attorney Byrd will not return to Jackson during this term of the Breathitt circuit court having been warned that he Would be assassinated Ha has located in Winchester and will be a candidate for Congress from tho 10th district Senator Bate of Tennessee favors either Gorman or Parker for the Presidential nomination How about Carter Harrison of Illinois the present Mayor of Chicago for tho second place I tdisappearance e the Philadelphia mjlhonare has been cleared by a letter from the young man to his parents He being held in the Cumberland Mountains for ransom His abj ViicforB want 100000 x sir The xra scsaoll of Coii roe r Po 7T t L f Barren cpuniy didhersoHproud when she giivo Ijeck ham 1128 majority Tho Republic of Panama hat peen recognized y this Govern ment The amendment to the Consti tution carried in the State by 12 yjO or I50i0 majority A Montana white girl was bent on marry in and sh took a Chinsuiau the son of her uncles Jok It lochs very much liko Jr Hunter has lost cut Edwards ballots are being used in a major ivy of the counties Adair being 0110 of the number Prof Joha Augustus Williams ono of the most widely known ed ucators in tho State is dead at ITarrodsburg Ho was also a urominent lecturer on Masonry It is our understanding that WIT Sweeney who was defeated for Commonwealths Attorney in Judge Pattosons district will re move from Lebanon to Louisville It was reported hero the day after the election that Wayne county give Beckham a small majority The smallness was the other way Belknap carried it by seven votes but a Democratic Circuit Court Clerk was elected New Department i J We have handsomely carpat rRt rud tidd p f rtlj Jut J f t rrm tip air v 1 r tt citI an iiinf a o k v ck jit LiltsI Missc itJjd CbildKMir CLOAKS in il thi Uwt sfylpp DiK8 AND WALKING an iaUylig o aisorlineiit rrfiItI- Iilof L wul Dro Ultl rl1iISkrt am1r curioth irttesi mv ltViin GK aks WARM RlOn FoRS Ciirpr susrfa lilB P1urur a This is gFr fft d d 0 hw all tale Ie tiiu t JeHIETdIA ueJR rosI8H RUCs Au enoroioui etouk of M Iquotto Stnyrnas and Axinmfi- lirt ill i MURRELL t oo CHIADYVILLK- H C Vtalfcr was at Junction city list Friday Cbas Murrcll of CplnmbiH pasecl through here list WedneJfiy enroutc for Edmonton Garfield Flowers returned to Louis vile last Wednesday George Flower of Columbia spent a few day of last week with his parents at this place Rev A L ideal closed a series of meetings last week at Pickett tDinn cl with good results- L SI Wilmore and DrL C Kcl was in Columbia Thursday on bush ness Squire Ktrap of Krmp was in our city last Friday on buslne s Uccle Charlie Onomer has been on the sick list for several weeks Boy A L Meal filled his regular ap pnlntment here last Sunday with a very Interesting discourse Born to the wife of E L Caldwell 01 the 3rd a son Born to the wife of J A Rather ford on tbe 4th a daughter Our fJrmeriJ are gatberlo eornslnce the recent rain A short crop is ported inthis section Mrs Frank Dohoney of MUILonrn spent several dayqrtf last week with bcr daughter Mrs R L Caldwell at this place Prof J W Flowers who has bean inficbool at Bowling Green for several months called to se us last Friday Mr Tas Nelson left last Friday for the Coifcder te bone where he will locate permanently A Bvyilraorc of Grecnsburg was in our midst a day or two of last week Messrs Smith d Nell spent several days in Cumberland county last week receiving hogs Mr Jas Kelson Jr has beencon fined to bis bed for several weeks with fever l1urJeattlo at 2i cents per N IJ Mo q Icat Kellnrrtji Thursday on hiisiniss It Jnc Coe k and iVll LjiOlr conuoer la also were vithour merchants Ift Jtd Rev Jaues Dibord informed us a few dabs ado that the good people of Sparksvji e would erecD a tiiulsotne church iu their town Mr John Dickson accompanied his fatberto Knob Lick where they will visit the juilJy ot Mr Hilton Hill Mr U WaLser and fuiiil will relative t laibiii neso Tftursaay VVerfyi r r n iJi thibMr Aalscr baidccidvJ eavcas- Mr J7 ih his farm last week iusa Coumtr fur tht consign n of SFc iruit the II II II and his good w e 11 locate lit counnlly as they arr Tome Ufv irosi citizens Ye do rut ivof ljttiiiili inywbtre vylio 1n UITS work and such cn cr to lis bustu sibau It L OaldAc Ilei if irjiiMi usafev daS tgo that he h 11 i 11 beds tn the last 1111 TOJ besides Seeping ur u r j Viu work J H l JN i A1Jir1Ataw JABESTOSH KENTUCKY 0 Will practice in the courts in this and ad joining counties 0 Special attention given collections FOR SALE Our business house Jn Columbia Ky now occupied by F SlncUir Willis Brosr Cave City Ky 2t 18 lbs granulated sugar for 100 cash at W L Walkers COLUMBIA MARKET REPORTED BY SAM LEW7T Saol Grease clean 18 Washed Wool 2Jj Bcpewax 22 Fatb rp 44 llidf Green f Rides Dry 10 Gingi nJ 4 or Spring Ohicken Old liens 7 11DriFirs rfpllrt sill lo auhoittedI- Cr rvisiu xrlcv 4 THE ADAIR COUNTY 100 Per Year LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stuck Exchange Bourbon Stock Sal dsl CATTLE Extra shipping 91 50g4 Light shipping 4 254 50 Best butchers 3 7523 15 Fair to good butchers 3 25j Com wu1 10 medium btchr 3 25gj3 uoo Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 lbs 0 2J Fair to good packing 160 to 3Ws d 20 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs 620 tlIIEKl AND LAMBS good to extra shipping 2 503 fi Fair to good 2 002 50 Cummin to incltuta CIIEAf LIDS For LIo mes e ors tinsColonies The country along the Cotton Bel- Etotte in Southeast Missouri Arkan sin northwest Louisiana and Texas offers the greatest opportunities for Homescekers Mild climate gaga water cheap building material abund ance of fuel and soil that will often in a single season yield enough to pay for the ground Land can be bought as eheap as 250 an acre prairie lane at 4 and 85 per acre up land at 5 and per acre up improved or partly cleared land at 10 and 15 per apre JJJolge fine proposition for colonies =tracts of 2000 to 8000 acres at 4 to 310 per acre big money in this for a good organizer Fruit and truck lands in the famous peach and tomato pelt of East Texas at 810 to 820 per Write us for information al1Icountry and let us help you Und a home that will cost you no more than Lip rent you pay every year E W L BIMlPlrG P ff 2 A Cotton Belt St Louis Mo Fuxy Curd won third money at eiuplisSauidjj inib 20 pace This genie lift sire ntv r gets t t Mdv ells money and has made quite twrk ac tnt rr hrr owners thi srisfin SI nc df the fastest r ih Giiiuletta Wilkes stick and Is the mare of her wl k sro =Th Itifrir Juiirnal has jil rounrr ed iijt its third year wirier the present rmnnvrcmmt ard the editIr desires to iljirk t1P ohsrfbe s advertisers and patrons jjqeraHy who gibe HbcraOy pair dzfJ Iii 3ud who hy substantla aid and kind wtnK h made his rftfine tinrh pleasant ad prHaWe 111Flirlis r American Plan 81 00 Per Dot Nifi Bos16rS tiOt61 M flJ 25G NIG BOSLER Man3Q6F Patronage of tho Green River Section Respectfully Solicited Se Et Borpr Se qnd and Jefferson Streets Louisville t fr KentocKij DILLER BENNETT CO t Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers i- nFURNITUREOFFICE and WAREROOMS 527 WMainStJ LOUISVILLE KY IT PAYS TO GET THE BEST LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PUTO Ready for use at All Seasons Not affected by frost or freezing weather Guaranteed to be the Best Plastering Material on the market Indorsed by all architect Manufac tured b- yKentucky Wall teter Co w Brook and River Both Phones 2267 Louisville Ky NEWS Sheep bottom Route 1rilE I NEWS and COURIERMJOURNAL i 4 x50 PER YEAR at G 0 0 0 Subscribe anb keep posted oh tbe bappeninos of the bal Abe dews ff ri currentInot be excellent nJieat Job orft 000 000 f i II Vv LIVERY FIRM I1J 4 SSp k CHEWNINQ KYIlr In vo just purchased iho livery stable from theifilms Q J 3 pies CoftI 0 WrlOS c to n om module t1e publics took firstclass 1TeasevIll at OilS all your trade is solicited Vhc at Drills either EMPIRE or SUPERIOR none rnb tier The best fertilizer on the market for the money Hardware Farm Implements Farm Wagons Buggies and Uarnes Saddle Bridles and Leather strop work Field Seeds a Specialty goodss SONfBLIGKENSDERFERiflear PRICESn- gara Je2q5 107 e Ecc Ie 4us- u3MIGHTf Kin s N5 Its No7 i 1- bLlectic ilba nnnnnnnnnnnn To Jen on ft Is to prefer It Over Soooo now In use g Call or send fur CatHlfRue ffth After 8 yours hard usaire and Improvements the Blickensderfer Type writer is conceded to be one of tbe best most efllclent and most durable standard machines on the market regardless of price It can be kept in perfect working condition for as long a time as any other machine built at one tenth the cost- Moore Bros 1307 F St N W Washington DO GENERAL AGENTS for MaryJarrt District of Columbia Virginia West Virginia Dilewara and Kentucky 1UfOOdSOI LEVIS ARE NOWRECEIVINf1fFour carloads of Buggies Surreys and other vehicles Four carloads of Wagons Two carloads of Plows Oliver Chilled Plows Hillside Plows Double Shovel and Pony Plows Two carloads Disc Harrows Corn Drills Two carloads of TwoHorse Cultivators Tongue and Tongueless Walking and Riding Cultivators OneHorso Cultivator TwoHorse Corn Plant ers =FERTILIZER Ten car loads of Fertilizer We will sell you Fertil izer at prices that will surprise you Write us for prices and information Mention Adair County News when you write WJQao LEWIS 8ROJ Qreensburg f fen cky OOOOOOOOOOOOT000 ITHEMAECDMJOTEL 4 CQ UMBIA KY i f IS A BRICK BUILDING OF MODERN Architecture containing 35 new neat nd well ven tilatedrooms It is nicely furnished convenientl y ilocated and is the best hotel in Southe n Kentucky i Accommodations equal to the best city otels Three good sample rooms for commercial men ii M H MAROUMB ropp UOOOOC000000 000 00 + t yr r Special Sale ReadyMade Skirts and Cloaks aJI IIII tlt 11 1 L WALKEE COLUMBIA KYB Pfi SQNABt Mr Frank ITiiwasJjjLuljvliiea week 5 Mr O Grlssom has returned Oklahoma Mr L V Ball Is spending few days In Jamestown Mr W L Brockmah Ghnsftirk cocwasMr Rollin Hurt attended the Met clUe W Flowers returned to Bowling Green yesterday Miss Maggie Robertson has enters college at Lebanon Tenn Mr Z1I Staples has removed to bis property on Greensburgstreetsta Mr Win Hill of CauipbslIsTille reached Columbia Mjnday evening Mrs Rutledge of Texas sister of j Mr W R Myers is visiting in Colum bra Mr R K young and wife returned from Cumberland county last Satur dr Mrs 3t 1 Marcum was confined to her roqfl with rheumatism several days If List week Mr Tlmage Smith and wife spent several days of IB week at Rowena Russell county Mr W K Knox rf ICe v YTk a olastt Mr J H Chew the wLll know ttave dealer of Burksville was In Co lumbia last Monday Mr Creed Haskins the popuar shoe salesman called to see Coumbia m Mrs R Walker and Miss Kinnair aud Mr W L Walker an wife NeIh were here AlondayIEd A II Bauirb town werefe Columbia last Sunda enrout home from LouisvITfe Mr WJ Conover and sister Mattie of Hart county are visiting frlea and relatives in this county Mrs Robt Hudson and Miss Mfnu Friday evening with VMlsses E5Vi and satire Conover Mr J H Judd and wife returned from Lebanon last Monday nig They will be at home several days Rev C R Payne is In Cumberland county this week in the interest of tbe Llndsay Wilsou Training School Mr Sherman Cooper of Somerset member of the Republican State Cen tral Committee was in Columbia Moo dayMr R A Thompson of Lebanon gentleman well and favorably known here has been in Columbia several days on business Mr N H W Aaron States Attor ney returned to Columbia Friday thasterhoon on his return home from the Mctcalte court Mr J H Stone has returned from Colorado and will practice law Jamestown His profeslonal card published in the News Capt B F Powell Shelby City came down to Adair county last and eek accompanied his wife home who spentseyeral weeks with her parents y non M Rey Yarberry who position in Washington and who been spending a few months at home will leave today fur the National I W L Baker cashier of the Monticello Bank was in Columbi- da or two last week On Satur he returned home accompanied by his wife who visited help several weeks Mr C R Warinncr and wife arc In Missouri where they wll their future home Mr Warlnner riders the News and sends regards his many frieudsin this section Mr R L Durham who w selected O mmonwcalths Attorney by a hand some majority in the district com pets Marrlan au a XOMoooToobooiQQafQo q obiao iiWhile in the art Ipurciiasect vJi I d r- extensive lines Ladies reddytoMvear sMrtsl I hTi JM m liLS at a very low price an daln s Jl ngcIfim very low All latest i I zt t Ds3S3i3 aanoigoBiiafgw h1IIIi O 0 1 MENTION t r CireuttCou- rProtJ rchjntyesterdiy y Hudsmspentlast a lanli styles Adair county last week his wife anTll chlicjrenbrivlni been here fort quite awluhSunMrs J ihiue Field and lterdaulh TtXTNIother morath1Itftla s Friday Judre Juntas liars ck brother of Mr FiHjd and Mrs Ran C1nmheJlsvllJewhen she left Columbia with her par ants for Texts She had almost fur gotten many of her little girl associates who had grown to yfuog womanhood during her absence but It did not take o n to be reminded of chlldih pranks and many happy reminds lenses were brought before her Her Columbia was made exceeding lj pleasant and her friends regreted n see her again take her departure LOCAL JOTTINGS w Bird hunting is forbidden on the farm of J Q and B F lrlssolpwhi Get ready to wing Q111l The bin law expires the pith inst Circuit court will begin at Burks villentxt Monday New line M ns and Blys Over coos at Frank Sineiirs s The frosty tiluhts and breezy flays are very helpful the merchants tap JaTheEleventh district fell short about 5 000 The nearer Th nks lvln aproacbesF r your Winter shoes dont fall to hudG Todd carried a carload of IYrt thG Louisville market last weekY If you never tried to make an old adsof leThe Master MasonN degree was cn fierred upon Mr L y Hall last bin day night whteft a fine stream of water Gradyvllle now has an exchange It in a creat convenience to the people of that community Ithecents Prof J W Ratcliff request us to state that he will b in Cumberland county several weeks teaching The Columbia Telephone Company II put in a new switchboard and the line is now giving much better servt A series of meetings will commence cityisthe Thanksgiving comes on the 26th of this month Union services will te held at one of the churches in tows Mr Gordon Montgomery will r Greensbhaserg V Hall The brick work on the bank at Jamestown was completed last we pFogrsdayColumbia Chapter No 7 Royal nextjjepresentor UUDo not forget that there is a rare treat In store for all those who will attend the literary entertainment at the courthouse on the evening of Thanksgiving by the ladles ot the tst church A talented e 4cps ltfsYwlll be wWi ttem Ed IY hAzbiltentertaina da la q t 12StSl1nrla pJrUil1madeIhyput and arty icatiog iieas uns that he conceived would be of rt8t benefit to the common p aple He took The position that there Is bur little difference in the Democrat Ic and Republican parties upou the tar II question and denounced In strong latguage the buying and selling of votes He classed the buyer than tbe seller and prayed that a be ter election system might be brought about the present methods of getting votes being not only demoral zing but a menace to liberty A free ballot and a fair count would go u lung way ward bringing about a better state o affairs TrlpTettformerlyCf invented a fire escape ch is destined to make him a larK money After securing a dpatent he went to Louisville had one made which has been thoroughly test ed by the lire department of that cityI ancpronuunced a success List Sat urday In Louisville a Company was formed by filing papers In the Jeffer County Clerks fflce The ciul tnlzition Is 850000 divided into 600 QJnirstaJamesnaDavis jjaaratuN ptchioogryonkets and as a per on goes down In one the other one comes up ChrtisttnasGoods 1earlynbut you know were always ahead with the good things Weve got an immense stock o pretty things Fuitable for Christ maB and bridal presents Large assortments of fine DECORATED CHIXAWARE And CUT GLASS a beautiful collection of PICTURES TOILET ARTICLES BRIO AWRAC ETC Handsome preens of odd furniture leather aud silk Damask Upholstered Chairs Rockers Tables Side Boards dParlor suits Folding Beds etc- H youre going to give your hus band brother sister or sweat heart a Christmas present come ceand select it iibw- RUSSELL MunRELLt In Metcalfe aunty the retu showed that Mr Hamilton De mo crat had been elected by fortyeight cotes for Circuit clerk but in counting thateMr was elected by twenty vat It is also said that Hamilton had calved the certificate of his elect before it was announced that Young had won The mult is a test which will come heroes Ju ofs3tetcatfa the Hurt is one of the attqrneys Vb represent Hamiltpnv The following ts the Manialpll board for the town of Columbia elect ed the 3rd of this month to serve two rt1fonWilson is understood tbat after qualifying Dr Page yill bej chosen Mayor a position that bo has eldin the last ntakiog a splc fdld ttce t k t CO1llNOlJUPrlALS 3 A 4 Mr John Jtranner Coffey toilryi JliFS Emily lilffe 1i1l1 1 L i p Invitations to the marriage of th abcve named cuple have been see out The happy event will occur at cityThursdayember 20 1903 at 730 oclock The partboundts Is onto more popular gentleman tha the Intended groom Every body is everyd thts ago She possesses a lovable disposition and a unfits Christian character marriagebave NewQs There will be no written invitations everybodyandwitness the solemn rites which will b performed by Rev J P Scruggs of the Baptist Church ELD J J COLE TO WED J J Cnc wh i is pastor of tbe Church at Lebanon and al church at Campbsllsville and who frequently preached in this plat bo married to Miss Rosa v Wednesday Novem De 18 1903 The ceremony will b by E d W J Spelduroe oJ City Tenn The Intends Is an educated and talenten a native of Virginia a gen tliiaan by birth and training The intended herd Is one of Ken tuckys beat younr wimjn See Is h graduate nf Midway Collpga and ha hed a State certificate to teach fo nebestANNQUXCEUENT The Lindsay Wilson Training School at this place opens January 4 1904 The faculty U being secured on afped for his work Thu following courses will bo given PrDmary and Special courses in Music Art and Elocution Tuition 8150 to 9300 per month Rooms furnished for 60 pupil in Hall and good board X100 to 81 25 per week Board in private families 2 00 ta 2 per week For further information address C R Payne Business manager Co luwbla ynlin NEWS ENDORSE FOR ITS WORK 0IDear Sir Oa behalf of our Committee every Democrat in the State whom we represent I thank you fore the splendid service you rendered during the campaign Teat closed k CoglmitrasteeRlll erfcctlve aid from the press as did o Committee We appreciate it the candidates appreciate itand the De jersey of the State commend Ar- testhan6ing you I am Very cordially 4rtrrobtrcp AWUSTRDa fi Having fully adjustedjind sat whichihas e us for sometime ye do now each withdraw and retract evRev stllftNOV 7 1803 Si A MurreHs Cs Harris S 5CO will buy a nice j ck Wv Li Walkr8worth double th titrittUntt rf i t 6Xir Ir hare the grandest bargains in Ladies I Jackets ever brought to Columbia and will sell you a Jacket that will nearly double the i price to make f We are selling them at 5 YYYcY1rrvvaMY mrYYY j W I will soil all mens suits and overcoats at cost for the next 1 days for cash W L Walker A weep light vote Is being polled In this county in the threecornered race for Congress White will probably countyt The Masonic Fraternity this place ll be kept busy from now 1of Spring The Blue Lodge and Chapter ire rapidly gaining members I have a large and well assorted stock of outing in all colors nice yardnL Walker Mr W H Dixon will please accep basksethe largest and most delicious we have seen this year Lost between Columbia and Camp bsllsville a ladies black jacket silk lined The finder will please leave teratDont fal to see Walkers line of ready made skirts They are beauties they are cheap and up to j the tune to transplant fruit trees If they are set at this time when spring comes they will be firmly gtoGw much earlier than loose put out in April or May cotsrpassing around the square shop Russellestore and take a look at their haw windows They are artistically messed with the very latest designs la Mina ware lamps pictures etc a oeautlful sight The bird bunters of this county are 1iKlng forward to interesting sport he law expires the 15h of this noritb and the boys hive already preparations for the wln ln is said that in some portions Adair county birds are very plentiful Program of the Adalr Russell Medical Society which meets in Columbia Thursday Nov 12 T Simpon Pneumonia L Taylor Preventive Medicine R D Hoovious Third Stage Labor William Blair Fractures The giving way of a culvert on ti wad between Burksvllle and Glass last week precipitated the stage and several passengers over an embankment The driver and all the posse gas were hurl but no one very sec ously We have heard expressions from a of farmers in tbe past week regard to the corn crop now being unanimousI ponchodusad tY remove from Cumberland coo shmut t tIme He is said to an gentlemen with an interesting family He will be given a hearty welcome Tbe work the college building isTbelptr detained the slaters running ciut f material They lack three tgrares of having slate sufficient to sh tbe roof The work on thein theledgoneput and it will doubtless arrive la a few days WC Clements preached two Interesting sermons at the Presbyter church lastJSunday forenoon and evening nels an easy forcible and the members of his Church and the community generally are well pleased with him He has only been mattrine Fv 9irilghFchpol are perfectly dell led ulth brat DEAD AT SEVENTH YEARS 5ast week at Rowena Russell coun ty the estimable wife of Mr B P Rowe who hasbeen in declining health several years peacfully met her Goa She was seventy years of age as w have been Informed and since earl Itheoldest sister of Eld T Williams Montpelier who was preesnt when the end came The funeral discourse visitBargerrelatives being present The deceased was the mother of Mr W T McFar lands lust wife this county To the husband who has been reft in his declining years and all the relatives The Adair County tNews extends Its sympathy A suit was filed in the Adala Circuit Court last Monday by Hunters friends to requre the clerk of the Adair coon to court to deliver to the election offi cots the ballots with the name of Hun under the cabin and a motion for JudgeWfor Hunter and James Garnett Jriattorjcy for Edwards The court re fused to grant an injunction and held that J S Oioper and his committee were the governing authority and that tbe State Central Committee has no authority therefore Edwards was the nominee and the clerk of the county delivered the ballots with Edwards came under the cabin J S Cooper was present and elated with the sue It wassad that the clerk of Rus sell county pad delivered ballots with Huntxrd name on thorn under the cabin and Mr Cooper and hs attar ncy Mr Garnett made preparation to take action aziinst the clerk of thellriritelection cffiers Edwards ballots hess Goods tatAn enormous stock of all the new cloths for Ladies DRESS SKIRTS AND TRIMIJJGS thCATSTINGS Yon house saw such a of new thing in Waistiuga asIwe arc now showing FURNI91IINGSn Vestnand Pants Hmary 0 irsets Corset Covers Maslin Under youfRUSSELL MUURELL WHO PREACHES NEXT SUNDA Y Z q William1 Crrelsboro weosliltmJ F Roach Red Lick G W Montgomery Moreland F J Bargr UnIon ChapelWF E Lwls Columbia Elroyba qr G Lawks Deaslpt View J L Atkins Salem J B Dbboad Ccol Spring Huffaker llutchcnson School house J P Scrugiis Ciilumha J F Hopkins Mintonville JIlddlcburttasra Good work is being d uiehi the sit cemetery It will sban rja lnnlce condition but regirdless of cot overt sprig of honeysuckle should he rem ed burned and the ashes destroyed With this pest out of the sway bue grasi would soon cover every Inchani a then it could hi kept In nice orders small expanse anru tile We trust the imports ce of cradliailny the honey ltl1t U occupied forrentN M TUTT DUNNVILLEY IThe election passed oft quietly atthis place last Tuesday The Repub He YpreceediogMrs Sue Holladay and daughter are ing relatives at this place withtyphoidBro Baugh preached a very inter Churche Inthiselection buying sheep M N Mosers mill burned last week singing5choolnt Corn is selling at 82 50 per bbl JunctlonCity oekeI Kloo p ra Welted Extension Edge Low Heel VERY SWELL For Street Wear SEE 1 s i Embraces everything from oonntryTear Womens fino shoes Como tons and get the best footwear one market RUSSELL it MUIIRELL HREEDIXG The farmers of this section aresbusy gathering corn The yield is very send- ThcEroyprecinct polled tho largest vote last Tuesday that she has given for years Every Democrat did his duty R P Breeding his several nice young mules for fale Mrs Rachel Priestly of Alabama and Mrs Ella Roblcson of Gradyvllle re bero one day last week A supper was given at Mr Green Rojses last Monday night The guests were T R Stults Columbia rank Ferquio Joan and Will Froedge m Patton Artlulr Rope Jobu Jesse Iud Dr II W Scott A nice supper sad all report a gooi time Mr McDonald of Albany OAlfc on our merchants last Thursday- CLEJItrVTSVILLE A C Wcthlrgton has his new store house shunt completed E G Wtjtbicgton and R P Farts returned from Louisville Monday Wm dementi lest a valuable mare last week heroYCasey creek will cyst a Urge vote for Hurt ISlJ16twccn Nell and Gradyvllle lago leather pocketbook containing Insurance plptrti valuabc to me but not to the Oudor U the honk and CIUhytlL U u s au i F i p f j s 4c AttIo t m- iei t eta caused to Ptu tho blli d ta trI rite en impor tation uua tbs Philippine islands and all t3 sulo3lsts were In a great state vi 3 about it Although tho flag wavcicvr the unfortunate islands the arc irsrs by the republican leaders a tlfcn country Gov Taft on the Foj of July sent a message to ProuiM ilooECvcll in answer to his Irr c vnfl day congratulations mnliv i rIM ar concessions in the Paiipr schedules thus rebuk IrS t s jit 1 factors who have deI term c o at ui pat on the tariff issue tl after tho presidential elec tion Now Judge Taft Is too Wise a poli tician to make this effort for tariff re rrm a leulng Issue and press the mat- on ProVdcnt Roosevelt unless he Bared the result except the reform of tfca tariff was accomplished before the election of 1004 He knew his message would receive the widest publicity and create a public demand for tariff con possion to the Philippines such as con gress would not dare to ignore The republican leaders have been comforting themselves that all danger from tho tariff agitation was postponed when the Iowa idea was laid to sleep by Senator Allison and this fire from tho rear is very disconcerting to them If the Philippine tariff issue is opened up in congress the democrats will de mend that trust productions be added to the free list or the protection they now enjoy vastly diminished A record vote on such proposition would be dis astrous to a number of congressmen I THAT FEELING TREASURY to medicine from close districts anti would lead to trouble in sonic of the western states where tariff reform and trust control are demanded by a large percentage of the republican voters Many of the favored monopolies do not want tho tariff even the Phil ippines touched at all They opposed the reduction of the Porto Rican duties and are still fighting reciprocity with Cuba If the Philippine tariff is abolished it will be under whip and spur a procedure by no means desirable to the republican party on the eve of a presidential election There is no doubt that President Roosevelt in his mes sage to the coming special session of congress will urge Cuban reciprocity on that body and he may suggest that the Philippine tariff be abolished But will the republican leaders the ultra pro tectionists who control congress adopt his recommendations Prcoide Roosevelt also knows that our e tariff should be revised to take from the trusts the monopoly it now gives many of them and thus reduce the price of trust productions But will he have the nerve to recommend it Such political move would bo vastly popular with the people but would be denounced by the trusts and their accomplIcSs tho republican politicians Tho presidents next message to congress will be scanned with more than usual interest and the action of that body will be watched by the great majority of the voters with anxious solicitude to see if any relie- will be granted from trust extortions Congress may be forced to givo reci procity to Cuba and free trade to the Philippines but the republican leaders will not permit tho sacred tariff that robs our own people to be They look fo the trusts that are making millions out of tariff protection to lib orally supply the campaign funds to de feat the will of the people Many rth men in charge of the public business even as public service is now limited or defined rarely do their work promptly effi ciently and impartially Even in the post office department the boast of the nuvocate of government ownership the service costs almost twice as much as highplacesgrafts and cumber the salary list andJJ spoilsbasisformers and the costly experience of spotlsmenHouson The standpatters are missing connections with the markets While the politicians are standing pat the markets are not and it is of course essential to the standpat policy that the markets should stand pat For it Is upon the theory that the markets will not stand pat unless the politi Clans do the standpat policy rests If tint theory does rot hold standpatpolicyIsSpringfield Kefnibican lad p =DIPLOMACY AND NERVE J poKevclt end flay in Their Great Act ot Doing the t J Vfuor SI rain strenJ The state department gives out the of Jlcial information that the Russian government refuses to receive the Xishineff petition on the ground that Russia considers the persecution of Jews is concerning her own sovereignty alone On the same day Secretary of State Hay informs an anxious public that China promises two open ports in Manchuria and that Russia assents thereto This latter concession is sup posed to offset the slap in the face to President Roosevelt in refusing to re celve the petition of the Jews which the president had promised to forward to the czar but who now refuses to eive it Justice David J Brewer of the United States supreme court in speech at Milwaukee on July 15 the day before the above events happened said The eyes of the entire world are upon Presi dent Roosevelt to see if he has the nerve and I want to tell you he has to send to the government at St Petersburg the Jewish petition of protest against the atrocities perpetrated at Kishineff The official information that the presi dent has backed down and accepted the promise of China and the assent of Russia to open two ports in Man churia is decidedly refreshing Presi dent Roosevelt may change his mind and persist in sending the petition for the unfortunate Jews but if he does jt will be in defiance of the advice of his secretary of state and may bring about a state of affairs that may lead to war with Russia War would require a vast deal of nerve in all of us and war with Russia would be a much more FOR EMPTY USE OIL With apologies a wellknown company Indianapolis Sentinel with molested that arduous undertaking than with decrepid Spain But what about the compensa tion we are promised in return fo the lack of nerve Russia has to retire from Manchuria in September and in that case the promise of China to open two ports to the trade of the world might be consummated But if Russia does not withdraw her troops China cannot keep her promise an Russia can easily find an excuse for not opening the ports The cables from the east say that Russia is pouring troops into Manchuria and evidently preparing to hold that country at all hazzard It appears very much that President Roosevelt with his nerve and his secretary of state with his diplomacy had been handed out a gold brick by China and Russia and it will be along time if ever that the door will be open in Manchuria inPOINTS AND OPINIONS =Postal defiqit this year f 000i 000 last year 52000000 Atlanta if Uncle Mark Hanna would promise to give just as much to beIno idential nomination upon hlmThe should be no further dis placing of honorable and veteran army officers for Gen Leonard Woods ben diefplacerN Y Sun re- pThe great advantage of reform within the party is being illustrated in the post office scandal Those who revealed the existence of the machine ring and the irregularities of his pro decessor are being quietly dropped Delaware Gazette It is unkind for a New Yor newspaper to insinuate that President Roosevelt is rated as a statesman among cowboys and as a cowbo among statesmen Thats what a ma gets though for achieving a Rough- Rider reputation at the outlay of al most incalculable strenuoelty St Louis Republican Speaking of the situation in the post office department the Troy N Y Times a good republican paper says The republican administration is not hunting for democrats It is looking for rascals This is true of course but probably the Times would hav stated the case differently if it had taken a second thought Charleston NewsCourier An exchange observes that Sen star Allison has sent the Iowa idea romping all over the country This because the sage of the republican std of the senate was called on to doctor the idea too often People have got to wondering why it takes an to handle the matter They ask why plain proposition in politics and government cannot ho considered in a plain way Even Brother Allison can not be expected to forever keep the popular thinking apparatus In the background Cincinnati Enquirer Aq 1BIP Ill S HAND MADE HARNESS SADDLES and Bridles are the Best I make and sell them I can furnish you anything in addlery Buggies and 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