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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t JiIp 0 7 of a it s r w rwafiiwron aY4aS rwY A etwNdell r THE A1tlnio COUNTY NE s1 VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1900 NUMBER 30 POS OFFICE DIRECTORY J M Russell Postmaster Offlcehours weekdays 700 a m to 930 pmOJ i COURT DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Three sessions a year Third Monday In January third Monday inMay and third Monday in September JudgeW nestpSCommonwealth s Attorney N H W Aaron SherUfJ W Hurt orClerkJnomonthComtTrJudge JW Butler County Attorney JasGitnett Jr r ClerkT R JailerS H Ulohel1eAssessor G A Bradshaw in Surveyor R TL School SuptW D JonesmCoronerLeonard Fletcher CITY COURT Regular court second Monday in aneach month adge J W Atkins orney Gordon 1lontltOmeryEI CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN for 5YILLE STREET Rev T F Walton Snagn a Sabbath Prayer meeting every and night gain wmIODISTlitBUBKSVILLB BTBBEt Rev J Zn pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer all meeting Thursday night BAPTIST I etc GBEBHSBUBO STBEET Bev E W Barnett I comonth hiSandayscholmeeting Tuesday night i of inCHRISTIAN CAMPDELLBTILLE PIKE Elder L Williams Pastor Services second Sunday in each wasSabbath t9month Sundayschool every Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGESspW MASONIC old COLUMBIA LODGE No 98 P and A MBeg lar meeting in their hall over bank on FdIeday night on or before the full moon in month O A KEMP W M hE T B STUITS Sees for COLUMBIA CHAPTER B A M No7 meets first Monday night In each monthatT B Stults Secretaryofto CARCShiav =T=S Comer Hotel tip JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor Columbia Kentucky an up HIS JJotel is one of thebst in thisw 1 section of the State It is a larg1- 1W brick containing twentyelght ooms all elegantly furnished Good n ample rooms and the table is supit plied with the best provisions the coun try affords Bates very reasonable Hancock Hotel I BURKSVILLE STREETll Columbia KyViJUNIUS HANCOCK Propil 0olC The above Hotel has been re tted repainted and is now ready fo the comfortable accommodation o guests Table supplied with the best the iparketa1Jords Rates reasonable xpod sample room Feed stable at bedIGOmRUIAL HOTISL JAMESTOWN KY HOLT VAU6HAM Proprietors 0openTandBolt looks after the r 4 eMthat the table Is supplied at all time affords The politeproprietorslottrueats a ii to the business houle FllltJclass II very attached to the hotel Terms teasoaable r ManonSteamLauflffll J 4LEBANON KY 0V- n rHOROUGHLY equipped made fl laundry plant conducted by experienced workmen and doing as high grades work as can be turned out any place In the country Patronize a home institution Work of Ada Russell Taplor and Green solici le W RJOflNSTON60l Fro REED tC MILLER Agents COIUMblaKeatwc prevelt J4GHta g dose pr- aL wg p T Bite ad = yMgQ Ha1th pj i rithi- a an4Bqwkb1rer ley LidI4Nc ItUI 1 iM Owe fti AeariloWb1- W X B1 7opparKy ItiY ELD Z T WILLIAMS LETTER Board Humbert From Naples toaAlexandria 1 March 80 1900 0EditorWe arrived at Naples on the 27th inst at 5 oclock as anticid ted in my last letter was rainiug very hard when the steam landed but in a little while the ship was besieged with boatmen hotel drummers and carriagemen 01heardworBefeather time Finally one approached who could speak English who represented the Jelleour Hotel and said he was American soldier and would ataketlbargainedshore and to fhb hotel six of usfe 18 francs equal to 260 American money which would be little less than 44c for each we were pleased with our bar all and away we went in the in boat baggage and all to the shore into the CustomHouse anda the question asked us was Have you any tobacco cigars and as none of us use tobac save one and ho had divided s supply putting in the pockets the other fellows and had none his grip Then we took two of carriages to Hotel Belleour which some distance from the customhouse We found a splendid tle hotel well situated the proprietor English very nicely but we come to settle with theS American soldier we were charged with 24 francs insteadof So on explaining the matter said he had to pay the porters carrying our grips from boat through customhouse to carriages had tipped the customhouse with a few francs in order help us through But we told to we had carried our own grips and had not authorized him to any one to favor us So we paid him according to agreement and left him swearing This waBfj our first experience with the known Italian way of doing busiI ness If this old fellow had been American soldier he was welli in Italian tricks Our all we could ask and very Weta supper as we had gotten completelyr worn out with burnt lean beef and poor goose After supper which they call dinner wet took a stall around the city We were pleased with the clean appearance of the city with its bril lighted streets which areI lighted with electricity But weE soon besieged by street arch who tried to sell us some lit tIe something and we got them the runafter McGarvey whoI would say once and awhile getJ wantiyour see a policeman We found we could get a ship day at 5 oclock for Alenn dria j so we had a good night rest and rose early next mornin to see from our hotel windows th majestic Vesuvius which was i plain view The sun was up and the mountain was almost east of- dUS We could see it as it appear ed in all its grandure and beauty We had an elevated place over looking the city and beholding the mountain The wind was a south and gave us a fine view as upYentirel majestic clouds with silvery lining I never expect to see it more beau morningrnwe es that evening so we deferred see ing any important thinKS until our return from the orient as w rradrey spent lnvuntl g the American Consul and getting our express check c sfted and bu- yying tickets for Alexandria which we finished by r ooJookand re turned to the hotel far lunch We wspt thenpe to ourship Humbert an Italian yewef and went aboard for Alexandria We found our vessel jt commor flkma one in spme rMptete better than the Spartan Prince r r j Ry There are eleven now in our company bound for the Holy Land will go together part of the way Two are Lutheran ministers- one named Dornblarer from Dix n 111 the other by the name of d of Arreudtsville Rome one gentleman and three la ies from Chicago 111 and a young man from Russia We have a jolly company all told as preachers are generally noted for cheerfulness and can have more innocent fun together than anytE professional men We hope thrive at Alexandria in three land onehalf days which wilLput- us there Sunday morning at 6 5 oclock if the vessel makes her usual el time On the next morning we left Naples at 8 oclock size e anchored at Messinia one of of chief towns of the island of all Went a shore to spend a to hours in seeing the sights to Messinia is the second town iu population and importance on the the island Its population is 126000 to told and has the best harbor the world No less than 4000 vessels visit this port every year from all ports of the world peTherevessels anchored in her harbor that We saw there our first and loEnglishpucruiseranxious to board her and see one and Englands war guns but the hard rain kept us away We were eat now on sacred ground The Apoanc Paul dn his journey from Jerusalem as a prisoner to Rome 27th and 28th sailed from on the coast of Palestine via the island of Crete and after the vessel was wrecked they wintered at Malta then Mileta Here Paul did some miracles and Iafter three months embarked on a ship for Alexandria and sailed bye Syracuse on the coast of and tarried three days then came Rhegium now Reggio which isly close by Messinia on the coast Southern Italy After one day they sailed to Outioli near where at now stands So for the time on this tour we are cross iugthe track of the great Appos to the Gentiles And as weB on this deep blue sea ng that we are now near where Paul was 14 days in a storm and ate nothing some sacred medital iions come to our memory todaynnd last night the sea was and yesterday a heavy gale blew all day But we do hope we will not have to encounter an enroclydon as Paul did Acts 2714 Arrived at Alexandria Sunday morning at 10 oclock and must ay in behalf of the Egyptians that they are more reliable than the Italians We had the pleasure here of landing at the docks and avoided the unpleasant boat ride to the shore We had the fortune of meeting up with a drago man Moses David who coul- speak English very well and h brought us to a good hotel where wo secured a good room suitable to accommodate six of our party 88goear welnpleased with our quarters h and hope to see all that we wisl and leave tomorrow for Cairo We have now been over the prin ciple part of the city and have seen Pompeiis pillar which is one of the 0most import of all the ancient monu meats here It is 104 feet high tin dP1 ameter at the bottom and eightfeetat the top It stands on a neglected spot near the ruins of some ancient build ings without fence or say thing to in dicate that the one to those memory itstands hadan imporlanVhistory We then drove to the garden origi nally owned by the J edive bntno- e owned by a private citijwn who bought it from the edive for about flOOO We had a splendid drive by the side of the canal some tour miles out and felt when we came out the garden we were Well paid for our drive When we entered the garden a moat deligliW fill springlike fragrance greeted as from the AQw rSandbJootDIottbev- ariOusrulf tmc of the garden It eootai as ihe largest variety et flowers and fruit pf any iklgftto ki fii fe emw Mli1 etiir lrM i we 1rligei a b rWt t7 J a L this place as the one at Cairo is BO much superior and has about the same thingWe are now in Cairo the ancient Egyptian city Wewill spend several tyahere and I will write up this place in my next It is little amusing tb those not in terested to us Americans puzzled over the value of money of the various nations as we travel For instance in Italy we had the canteens and lire Five canteens make one cent 100 cen ens one frank or lire 20c meter money But we had less trouble with Egyptian mosey than any foreign coin we have met Five piastres make cents and corresponds with our nick Twentyfive piastres to our 256 piece and so on they being about the of our dollar We learnedthe run these coins very quickly We are delighted with the variety of things be seen in Egypt From Aleandria Cairo by rail is one grand panorama from start to Snitch We met with wonderful change in climate here We are compelled exchange our heavy underwear for light The mosquitoes and galllnippers thick as hops and some of the boysdo complain a little of bedbugs We ex ed to take our first donkey ride tomorrow They pace like tops here go with a push I mean a boy fol ws with a long lash and does thg- shing We are keeping real well getting plenty of goat milk and butter We take the milk boiled and the butter with both eyes and closed Good bye Tortured A Witness Intense suffering was endured by witness T L Martin of Dixie Ky before hegave this evidence III coughed every night until my throat was nearly raw then tried Dr KingsHew Discovery which gaave instant relief have used it in my family for four and recommend it as the great st remedy for Coughs Colds and all I Throat Chest and Lung troubles It stop the worst cough and not onC prevents but absolutely cures COl Sumption Price 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free T E Paulls Drug Store The Spring Poet From The Louisville TJmesCol illy Breckinridge is not the only Easter songbird on the limb We present herewith as a companion piece to his gladsome spring outburst the follow- ingtrlU from the mellow throat of Mr Coogler the cockatoo poet of South CarolinaSpring is here The rays of the morning sun kiss the dew from the lips of the budding rose The little violet a sense of love doth bring as we gaze on its tender leaves the sweetest gift of spring From the valleys and hills to the very heavens above the air is filled with the sweetest notes of love On the hills bedebkedwith flowers fair and grasses green we behold the grandest picture our eyes have ever seen The woodcock ham mers on the bark of the maplelogv while into the lazy streamlet leaps the inhesandlIee side the lonely mill dog is heard across the distant hUU The bluebird the gentlest and bird of sprlngls wearied by the of the martins cruel wing 1AWarning I musht never be slighted Kidney diseases creep on us with only that one warning De lay is folly when by timely use of Mor leys Liver and Kidney Cordial the great system renovator all danger can poBitiveacure for Kidney es Sold by W MBeir Joppa Ky y The Treaeary receives irotestfifrom private investors in United States bon1I1agant exchanging for the new wpepui r wAKeen Clear Brain your best feelings your social posi tion or business success depend largely on the perfect action of your Stompch and Liver Dr Kings New Life PlUs give increased strength a keen clear brain high ambltkw A 25 centbo will aaakfe egos 1MI like newljelng g SoW by TjX Pawl draggtet Bob YltrtMOM tad Gas Rulsb H have hoes mtekeA to ftfht iwtatjr iv Mimic before MM IfeatefeeaUr At letiite Olwbee e tO bit aeFeatid fair a SY iy f I I if fiqainA4Q We have just returned from market and our store is full of bargains for cash buyers We handledrygoods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Groceries Hard ware Farm Harness Queensjvare In fact I everything kept in a general store In or der to show what we can do for you will quote you a few prices at random r t Ladies Kid Gloves 50c per per Ladies and Misses Cloth Gloves lOc Per pair Meuss Cloth Gloves 5c per pair I 523 Ribbon 8 inches wide 2c yd Calico 4 and 5o per yd Pearl Buttons 5c per dozen I 1 ILadlesLadies Vests 5c i Mens all Linen Cuffs 15c per pairIMens and Ladies Belts lOc jMens and Ladies Belts lOc f Mens Brogan shoes whole st ok850TLadies Button shoes 50c Misses Slippers 35coBoys Hats 5csuMens Fur Hats 50c Box Paper 5c Mens Black Lustre Coats 500IBoys 8 piece suit 150 Boys Black Lustre coats 25c Other bargains too numerous to mention Give us a call and you will not regret it flughes Goffeg Jlontef Universal Woodworker Turning Lathe and Scroll Saw v AM NOW PREPARED to do any kind of fancy scroll and turned work My shop will beat the Columbia Rol ler mill If you want to build a house or repair a porch on me and get my prices for Columns Banisters Brackets Newel Posts Hand Rails for Stairways Fvery fancy piece of work needed about a house I RdesignsJ C MORRISON tFor TWrtii Dap JJr r Rfteyeu J4untinfot-A c 1RGThINS 7 N I x r f so JbriilgjyQurCASH with you if youwant bargains iii iirtings readymade shirts domestics nandHosieryv t I amgoing to close put 4 Shoeset Hardware Tinware and Queensware regardless of cost 1 will sell you times Chains Collars Plow Points and Plqwihandles at cost to close out am not talking simply to draw peoples attention but am telling you facts FERTILIZERS + I Allvgrades the best made and will not be undersold o Fertilizers Be sure and come and and see me before you buy sand will save you money on these lines of goods and can give as good terms to reliable parties as any one else o large quanties Give me a call t C R WARINNER J Erdrweteli fret fir Examiutisa rt II oJ w- rseecbyNssJ eaNtlt1411s M4TN1 n1 else the pep3iat sp isdsie eke 145 sN tke saaefaoserare a e s ye healag le wisdsadseaaesaseoreedtaao eagravedyqsse t w at or awremeet tte sad we- W yeaskeaboro aatekeemyei3 tpaaOoDsabieettoenmlMios a- Yeae adS bead sew a repreaeated Mokeapid as kick as 311N pay expree ales Oil SI ECl11C01PETITfO PRICE 137isae sapPee bkarge otve it7a days true sad tit oo are a ate y Pbr the of oa a to tkdrswxtheat or w an oCvpr w- i llerepatioa aiaE sad + ore g ntlai r + 7Jwe y tl Ulrrial ew ensr111reaee f rat Y sop als tr dalferal s1 It to n e e oa a per oesrdteoet oeMi Ws+saeN h1e watokea t da nr ae w tkas- w 11 I F C CNCCLt 4 CODirPANYi aaODMHMmMrMt y1f r s r to i JJ fQf fltY + Blacksmiths + i A- NDWoodworker Columbia Ky ofwarWagonsBugglesor keep for sale wagon and buggy ofbilguaranteed Give me a call Newly Furnished American Plan tN Per Day yUc osfers otcf MEALS 25c W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC J30SLER ngr rHotel1 We M WILMORE Prop rdYVille Kentucky lHEE is no better place to stop hotelGood Feedstable D0 MONTGOMERY 1jtttJllfatLQtw i COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adairand adjoining counties Collections a specialty Office up stairs over Paulls drugstore DR M 0 SALLEE DEttT15T CaroM attention given to me chanics and prosthetic dentistry and dental surgery t T CofreyHunter COLUMBIAKY FRANK M BALLENQER WITH RobinsoiHlortoii 8 Qo WHOLESALE I Dru Goods Notions Etc LOUISVILLE KY is Tlie Time to REPAIR HOUSES o ionofc allow your house to injure for the lack of Guttering jor A Leaking Roof jCV I make RoofingandasPeoialtY 1J1ih prepared to do any kind of repaworlruimy line I use good material and dom y workahJbed ook prices i ogUoht v ILyJUt ColumbiaTinner r fl6tnayi6Iiisuran666o OF S HERTFORD CONN CHARTCRC01B20 Assets 54000000 Surplus 1000000 0The Aetna will write you a 15Pay ment Life Policy for the same or a less rate than other rst class companies will write you a 20 Payment Life Policy thereby guaranteeing to save timenGUARANTEES more Insurance greater extensions greater cash and vaInthan any other company ppbllcies absolutely Incontestable after one year Nonforfeitable after two years oallmitedpay policies f The RATFs of any first class company For further information call on or address W D JONES Aftmi CeitleeiltKyt- as r REsr IURA NTi1 f Janpelcitr- aBANOI h T Ksri4 v testaod IB Iocatednear the de POt a 45B9ea1s are luniiakMl at all lfons lst oeals etl l TJe test eatabiea toM eegatrt attwMa 14e ttiS I agil4l 1 diN oH k a rrW L h TllBAIRCfiMfTlffS L Publishei EYMJ W BY THE Adair wity Nawa go IKCO RATED CRAS H RAB 16titar A Democratic newspaper deTOted to the Inter ests of the city of Colanola and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Hitered at the Columbia Poitofflceaa second Claai mall mater WEDNESDAY MAYfr t THE TESTIMONY OF CULTON The Louisville Post the leading Republican paper of Kentucky the one the Republicans look to for truth in all matters political the paper which has been daily claiming that there were no oasea against the parties indicted the murder of Governor Goebel editorially throws up the sponge We copy the following from its isI sue of last Thursday Yesterday the Evening Post published a stenographic report of tho hearing on the motion for A change of venue today we give a similar report of the testimony Culton on motion for bail At last all the facts are com ing out if not by the testimony of one witness by the testimony iujall its proportions It is not now trickling through the columns of sensational newspapers in ju tho proportion and form and co or to suit the personal and political prosecutors but it comes as all such testimony should come from the mouth of the witness under direct and crossexamination- If delay caused by a desire to hang Taylor and dam the Republican party has not gone too far the truth may now be reached the guilty man discovered and his confederates if he had confeder ates be apprehended T testimony yesterday is not conclusive but it is important 1 t is the testimony of one witness under indictment It is not the testimony of a conspiracy of complicity It tourches many event and involves many important mat tern If not the truth if not al the truth it may lead to the truth Julton has not told any thing to hang Taylor or dam the Republi rm party That evidence seems iltogether lacking in any narra belid f Taylor Now that the process of i he law and the machinery of the rev aro directed toward the de velopment of tho facts instead of 1 t oward establishing a theory th ystery which for three months Las enveloped this crime may be issipated the guilty found and he innocent vindicated That at kast must be the hope of evor Man worthy to be a citizen of Kentucky I r The Louisville Post has been f ne of the most extreme persccu tt5 of Democracy of all the anti Democratic publications in the ttate It has abused and con demned every effort made by Dem f crats to bring to light the perpe rators of the most foul conspira y and assassination known to the country but there comes a time when truth must triumph when facts push aside theoricsj whe yuFwenesseWea tions of those who area work neithhaveDud desires of t409 who have coa tballll11d wehaiedisoovery of the assassin and t murderous gang of covePirator- Just now it seems that the approximating the whole crat will dispel the doubts and vanish the theories of those who have heretofore been preaching that the innocent will sufferj that those who are at work on the case mm t have revenge by the death of some one whether guilty or not T Poet has been a leading factora adept teacher in manufacturing of the above mentioned theoriesf but its editor Mr Knott can no Sidig advance theories to upset tho sworn statements that hay been recently made under sever cross examination j ao he apparent ej J i ar s t y I 1ptbretsaaih the sponge and ad mite tbe faottbxt all men are not perjurers ttnd that the murders may jet be discovered and cur rectly handled We believe that it will not be a great while until those who are now attacking the mpcivea uf the prosecution and in dieting that it IB persecution will be pleading mercy for the guilty UAn effort is being made to put paper and pulp on the free list This it is thought will tend to ref duce the price of paper and be a relief to newspaper publishers as well as the people all over the countyColumbia Spectator There is not a doubt us to the correctness of the above The protective tariff placed on and paper materials has demonstrated the fact that the consumers are not the beneficiaries of a high tariff but to the contra ry the manufacturers only The tariff on paper and paper materi als has enabled American Pape manufacturers to demand and to thore product of their mills The pub lishers and other users of paper have realized this by paying at least 75 per cent more for paper than they paid one year agobe fore American paper mills were united into a great trust under the tariff that enables them to al- f most rob that shuts out foreign competion leaving us entirely in the hands of the paper trust Now if a high tariff on paper our home manufacturers to com bine and to extract unjust profits from the people then it stands to manIitheir interest into one great true and tabthe consumers by degrees If true as to one article it is true a3 Co all If wrong and hurtful to the great common people to pay tribute to the paper manufactur era protected by a high tariff r then it is equally wrong and hurt ful to pay the prices demanded bother manufacturers and trade- he that flourish and grow fat under a protective tariff The manufac foyers of paper are taking millions of dollars from publishers by thei skillful organization and greed un der the robber tariff The same is true on almost every article that dodges behind the tariff wall We IIare glad to see the Spectator come to the open on this one article as it directly affeets the interest o 1every publisher in the land ba we can not see why it should no apply the same medicine to othe article and condemn high taxation for the benefit of the few at the expense of the many Bait was refused W H Culton indicted as an accessory to murder of Gov Ooeble The hear- a ing of testimony closed last Sat urday Mr Ramsey made a strong appeal for his client the Common wealth refusing to argue WhilQ on the witness stand stated t4Dt- r the plot was not only to kill Jro bel but speaker of the HOut South Trimble and Judgof ipurt of Appeals were to have l pcn lulled Willar d Mitchell Godene a ainQte Gtlo r jSfidley- Capons testimony makes it dark for Jasfout8Qy designates Howarr M the man who fired the STaylorrtid himself It is said that Pow oJeIl S did some tall cussing when ass told that Cultou would take the bwitnesshrtlf 1Byvote of 225 to 85 the House last week passed the Nicarag fightlSwas ma e any ac Ion IS session During the debate there was a stormy scene between Rep resentatives Hepburn and Cannon Id the lie was frequently passed heThe Ninth District Republicans Lave ie nominated Hon S J DembIdstaticJimeO i = I4BMolNrON Ntabout through planting c s t Iieoi W Hw6ley and fatally w Ill Glasgonw I all W Boriw Wnosley Baker BpfrfiaUfeaB Leateiuriey arecon line to tieirti0ieeswltls measles I MKHailleiwf vpw tip been air terfalwgtctiiKi hfre Rigs jfettfrned to heiho atEieevls Tire Jfc41te Kianada t ot xcdZil- n ck i n t t r ryP f W mother of fttde H Klnnard died last week of lagrlppe She was an ex cellent Christian ladiaBdwas the widow of the late J D Kinnard who was sheriff of Metcalfe county at the time of his death fiThelast Saturday and elected H S Van zont ChairmanQRADYVILLE We had a little frost Friday night ed Hogs are dying with cholera In this sectionMessrs H C Walker and A B Wilymore were In Columbia last and Saturday Mesdames Nannie Flowers and Ella Robertson were visiting in Columbia last week Tandy Walker are in Metcalfe stockYtSon of lasstand Dr G T Simpson Breeding was a here Jas i Saturday sootrr bellsvllle caking after stock A young horse belonging toRL Caldwell while playing fell and broke his leg Mr P Nelson one of our old and respected citizens is dangerously sit Misses Annie Brudshaw and Lizzie Boston students of the normal school are on the sick list this week Mrs has Yates and Prof G P Dillon were visiting at Breeding last Saturday and Sunday Mr Strong Hill and wife are visiting- at at Rocky Hill Station this week The buzzard that wears the bell w sAseen and heard in our town one y last week Wfwere side of Mrs C C Yates one day last week popularIaccompanied by his wife was in ourW midst last week Mr W W Yates is buying UD a nl bunch of sheep Mr Yates is an o trader and a good judge of stock eMr W L Stotts ot the Stofrtsville neighborhood was in our town last fsa cow would give m 6 to 8 gallons of milk per day prepss cro pw rRev E W Barnett passed trough our town one day last week emroute for Greensburg and on his n turn Miss Ivy Yates of Bradfjorilsvillef w accompany him to our town w19e she will spend a few cays visiting her relatives fW1111e Hill a POP war young man our town has acct jilted a position with CotrMrs C O Miss entertained them ciety people Of our city one evens n last week xt was an enjoyable occasion to all present Mr p 4ftter Flowers while work at the Caning mill at this place ehis bKttd caught by replacing a belt on the Machine and got the thumb at In ex finger on the left hand cute- caie day last week He is doing yego Well and we trust will be out a isoon number of our young people the hospitality of Mr S D Caldwell and family of Portland Ii portioneleMr Dolphus Wheeler was made hap py on the 1st Itis a boy and a Bryan Democrat tool JAMESTOWN Miss iOliveSnow is visiting her sister Mrs J B Patterson at this place Mrs W C Adams who was visit hermother Mrs Texas Rowe week returned home Tuesday seen Ill KissBaldyrsRowe Miss Maggie Jones left this place whereheshe will teach a class to music LtzzleFaagleburg attended the W CTU con vention at this place last week Miss Mary Dnbar died otpneuma doughhtJudge Crisp is quite sick atpresent Miss Jo L Simpson is quite sick of roseola Miss Ella Payne of Denmark was the guest of Miss Margaret Jones l last week Mrs E L Falkenburg is visiting at Bart quiteIdMr Lilburn Phelps who lately graduated from the law department of the University at Louisville returned home last Tuesday He stood a splen did examination and is a promising young man Mr J D Wooldridge who bw lybee appolnted storekeeper atS entySlx was athone Moaday ToCura I irippe Tu TWO Dftjs Take Laxative l3romo Quf aloe Tabj lets AUtlniffistMfand the Baoncyjf It falls to cure BW Groves sigiw rifts oaeverv box5 crate sti k r iIiiio T 1 S Ab1MTIOT1AIi 110CAlSol Paul H Waggoner an toda7sPer Mr P S Rowe was In Columbia tile rst of theweek- Read E L Hughes Cos advetisc meat The attention of our readers is call to the professional card of Mr S L Powell Mr T P Jeffries was in town last and seemed to be as pert as a- oung man I FOR SALE CHEAP One second hand shingle mill one dragsaw try go with same one Ii0 tooL liy 12 oral main sawmill belt Cull ou or uddress JOS II ClIANDLK- HCampbellsvllle Ky The barber shop In the Conover IIo has been newly and neatly painted carpets d Mr W T Price invites all his oldjiitronsanfl others who want clean sbavti nnrl a neat hair cut Give Mr Priwu call you will never egret It Cash Aubacriberssince our last issue Jo I Thomas Allen J Corncal JPDel m W S Barker J S Tunter W L Fan Is C M Hopkus Mrs D J Schooling T W Wheat L M Combest Dr G T Simpson A ArnoldkMoore Montgumtry C S Maupin Mr Abe Brown who lived at Pelly ton a man of about 33 years old took sick Saturday night and died Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock He was taken suddenly and was unconscious from the attack The cause is unknown but many think it spinal meningitis He leaves a wife and several children fire which originated in the ment of H Rawbolds confectionery destroyed property at Glasgow last Saturday morning amounting i n value 150000 to 8200000 about onehalf In sured One whole block of business houses was destroyed Among the loosers were Dr L E Williams oQl outfit R B Dohoney law library F Taylor Glasgow Republican Dr Anderson Rowe library and Instruments These gentlemen are all exceptingldan Adair lady daughter of Mr W Rowe orWho preaches next Sunday E W Barnett at Zion morning Cane Valley in evenin- gJ J L Kilgore at Mt Carmel W S Dudgeon at Mt Roberts Lawrence Williams at Campbells vllle G L Hulse at Gradyville W H C Sandidge at Marrorvbo- Ill J W Blackburn at Jamestown- re T F Walton this city S M Pierce at at Freedom C F Breeding at ProvIdence- of G W Dunford at pane Valley W B Cave at westFork ofCANE VALLEY f Born to the wife of HcnrY Piker an borg sold to Wm Rodgers of Lebanon a nice horse for 8185 He also sold to R A White Greensbu 10 cattle for 45 per head Grlderbof were uy ing spring hats tIMrs Logan Murrell and Mrs nf Columbia were In t wekIn the bll side of about 60 pounds ot Redho while on the river a few days ago Rev Dunford filled his appointment SundayISin need of a roller mill A good opening for the right man S4 L OWEL ATTORNEYATLAW COLUMBIA KY 0ugWill practice in Adair and adjoini counties Collections a specialty i- lee KOfflce Pages Block second floor with CS Harris News office To Ours A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refunded the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature on every box 25c Kentucky Squirrak Jsfojr 427 i By Red Squirrel he by Black Squirrel Will make the preseutscason at Barbee Grissoms livery stable in Columbia an 3 will servo Glares for the low sum of 1000 to insure a living colt Money due when colt is foalccl or mart traded or removed DESCRIPTION Kentucky Squirrel was foaled in 187 is a brown 151 hands and is rich ami fashionably bred We do not believe there is a saddle station living that can out act him As u throeycar old hu was shown all through Kpntvckyand was never defeated in his ring and at the close of the season he was sold t1 J1Y Bales of Richmond Ky for 1000 He is a perfect model a horse of wonderful endurance and a very superior actor Helms proven him itself a number one breeder S T Harbison of Lexington recently sold a mart sired uylilrn for SCOO It you want a horse that is large enough fine enough and docs enough breed to Kentucky Squirrel COFFEY BROS Columbia Kntucky I TEMPERANCE Eleventh District Meeting of the W C T U at Jamestown The Eleventh District Convention of Ken tucky W C T Us met In Jaestoivn Apr 30 Monday evening the following program was rendered Prayer by Elder Daugh followed with a song Address of welcome and greeting in behalf of churches Judge W S Stone Dth1 of welcome la behalf ot Jamestown W C T UJISSS Ro3a Hays sundarIscboolC1ptKesponso to welcome address in behalf of the chnrchsRev Green of Middlesburg Address Mrs Frances E Beauchamp Collection In this tho audience acqlticd itselfright nobly proving iu a substantial w y that they were friends of temperance Dane diction Tuesday Morning Ccnvebtion tailed to or dtr by President Devotional ererCEes were conducted by Mrs Green Middleshurg neBeading responsively of crusade Psalm Mrs Lizzie Adams elected Secretary and roil called Mijcs Effle Falkenburg Ehel Patterson and Olga Gaun were appointed committee on literature Era Adams on resolutions Reports of union- sPapersTemperanco Literature by JJrs Isa Bradley Dud disccssed by Mrs Beauchamp 4Why a Children Temperonce Soiiety by Miss Ola Baugb- Discussion by Rev Mr hays and Mrs neanthomp Election eleventh Dlstric officers Mrs Sophia Stops President Mss ED1e Falken IizztergAfternoon Exercises Devotional exercises Mrs Godby Why a Mother Meeting Mrs Stone Discussion bj Mrs Godby Miss Hays Miss Foglc Mrs Beauchamp and Rev Green- Ed Reports Legislative work Supertntehdeatsh tldPressReports Song Adjournment rseworecommend the Kentucky White Ulbbon to all temperance reople Resolved That we urge each local union to hold a mothers meeting regularly and to er eanize a Loyal Temyi ranee League That we tender our sincere thanks to our de voted State President for her untiring efforts to make the convention a success Tlidt we tender our sincere thanks to the ladlesLand gentlemen and all who have in anyway helped to make tko conventlon memorablo fcr 1h 3 profit and pleasure recsived The outlook was never brighter HFFIE FAUCBMBQUO P R ngAFast Bicycle hider Will often receive painful cuts sprains or bruises from accidents Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and heal the injury Its the cy clists friend Cures Chafing Chapped Hands Sore Lips Burns Ulcers and Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c Try it Sold by T E Paull druggist l THE JONES LEVER BINDER AND CHAIN GSARMOWER the iEe from those who use them They Simplicityttvin oneconQtrnetionmachine make it hard for theory to down Come and machinw before you buy I have a big stock Saddles Harness Bri dies and injact every tiling kept in a firstclass Saddlery store Repair work dOMPtnshort notice J m JAOEMAN jftifI L i oi 0 1 Ifr L EtIHUGHES COIVIEPANY WHOLESALE SASH DOORS iy BLINDS MOULDINGSUR just com pleted being situated on the railroad is wellstockediwith all kinds of Dressed Lumber Lath and Shingles REED MILLER AgentsjJ Columbia Ky tHigH GlasslailorinoPfl- UL i fl WflGGBNBR R resents AMERICAN WOOLEN MILLS CO the manufacturers of the THE ds from the raw material to the finished article Suits to measure from 6 and upward You can save money by buying from me and get exactly what you want The retailer and jobber are left ontoSee my samples and prices I can furnish a mackintosh to suit any individual on earth It cost you nothing to examine them You avoid trust prices If you want a suit a pair of paints vest or mackintosh drop me a card und I will call on you t UpTo=Date mi1inrgJ 4thethe very latest styles and will surpass any ever shown in Columbia We invite all our friends andcustomers in Adair and adjoining counties to come and see our stock be fore buying Our prices will be as low as the lowest We receive new goods every week 1YI ns Tim 13t1adshut Miss aHieJ3tQdsQ tU Co ijfi f r 0 I 1- V 6 = r 7T r r 7 u i SSONfiBLL MLROHfiNDISL + fOl flLLl I I am now offerig you a lot of bargains It will be your fault and not mine if you do ttaKeadvaitlig of them gains t in of Dress plain tailormade almost any fabric 0My stock of is extensive I everything from the plain silk to the last creations for waists and dresses also large stock of trimmings in aplique laces allover in all the dainty styles Dy Goods 11entire stock of calicos consisting of Indigo BlueIStaples and Fancy at 4c per yd j Good Bleached Domestic one yard wide 5c Columbia Shirting heavy weight roc per yd s Same goods worth lOc at other stores Apron Ginghams fast colors 5c per yard Eight Pieces Fancy Dress Gingham 5c per Twenty Pieces French Dress Gingham worth lOc at 74c yard l PERSONAL WillEdMr J W Jones of Knilley was in Columbia last Friday f Miss Lizzie Cleaver Springfield Is v isittng Miss Mary Price sicklastiDr Clarence Grady has returned from Louisville Mrs Judge Garnett who was very sick last week is much better Mr M L Mitchell has been on the sick list for the past week Mr W LWalker returned from the market Saturday night Mrs R M Hurt was thought to be much better the first of the week Mrs F R Winfrey who has been quite sick is reported much better Mr Oscar Pile who has been quite sick for several weeks was upon our streets last Saturday Mrs Roy Walker of Nell who was reported dangerously ill last week is improving Mr M H Marcum returned from Louisville Saturday night His hand is very much improved Mr W L Baker cashier of the Monticello Bank and wife are vIsIt- Ing in Columbia Prof A H Ballard and wife wh are teaching at Russell Springs were in Columbia Saturday Mr E L Feese came down from Pellyton Monday Ho was smilling and the whole office knew it was a girl Mr J T Collins and son Lucien Campbellsville were In Columbia las SaturdayMr Q Alexander and wife of Campbellsyille were in Columbia a few days agoIF Mr W B Pajteson and wife have about recovered and Mrs Mary Patte son is much better Miss Kate Murrell who has been in Louisville for the past two weeks re turned home Saturday night s tkis city have returned to their homes l Taylor county t Judge John Alden of Greensburg has been In very poor health for some Lima His many friends In this sec iiLionand weet them during the coming Butter months at the Busscll SrinjJB r j Mn Leeward Roberts who has hid chargeotthe barber Shop at the Con over JETotcl for the past six week re turned to Leitcbfleld last week Mr Roberts made many friends during his stay In Columbia who regretted to see Eld Virtcso Williams son of the late L N Williams of Montpelier i who Is pursuing Ws calling in Still Water Oklahoma reached Columbia last Wednesday night It was sad meeting of mother and son the hiHr band ad fattier having been bxrrii a few JIabefw TirUses arrival s2c bttess Goodsr 0Ifly House is pull of ai J 0I have the beat assortment Goods all shades and colors for skirts or funny for suits and in fact kind of you desire Silks silks have all a embroideries I yardyardcyardI HenryL a I I I i I i j i LOCAL JOTTINGS IICsrcuit court will begin Monday week Mr M Cravlns will build a varanda to his residence Commission service at the Presby- terIan church Sunday For SaleA nice lot of flowers Call at on ceoMrs D II Butler Rev Harwood is preaching a series of sermons at the Methodist church We can furnish you fertilizer at 110 per 100 pounds and up W F Jeffries Son The wife of Mr Nathan Butler who lived near Portland Adair county died last Saturday night Slight frost last Thursday night It was not strong enough to damage vegetation Mr T P Jeffries sold to H C Bot toms 24 long yearling steers at 3000 per head The saw mill which has been oper ated on Sulpher Fork near Tarter has been removed to Taylor county For SaleTwo twoyearold heifers One will be fresh i n three weeks steersoT W Wheat Tarter Ky When you visit Louisville stop a the New Phoenix Hotel First cla fare and well located corner of 7th an Market Streets ly have been quite a number of 1swells in Columbia and vicinity during the past few weeks Mumps has been prevalent I will be permanently located in Caerlumbia by the 25th of May and this city will be my main headquarters for receiving produce Bring it in SAM LEWIS It is said that the farmers of Adair county are farther advanced with their earlYY For Sale One sevenyearold cow will be fresh in three weeks Also tour good sheep Ben L Royse Neatsburg Zjr The trustees of the Ncatsburg school met last Saturday and sold their of d school building for 18 They will erec a neat convenient buildIng In the near future John and Ernest Harris now have wheel outof school and on to a whe seems tobe the order nowIts differ ent to a few years ago How can a boy get along without a bicycle Many persons Jn the county are anx ious to know whoa the bridges will be put up it is out understanding th the contractor hopes to begin thework In the month of August Thenmteri alls being gotten opt at thefaetory idand when it reaches the county it will take but a sbott time to iaiBbitf t Table Linen 64 wide 25 IWhite yard Red Table Linen 64 per yard and Brown Sheet ing heavy 15c per yard Ladies readymade Mus in Night Gowns 50 each Nice Counterpanes large size 50c each 36 inch Window Scrim Seper yard Blue Cottonade lOc per yard Genuine New York CimletBcot tonade 12c per yard Heavy Striped mixed Cotton ade l2lc yard prLadiesMens and Boys heavy socks 5c Large size Cotton Towels5ceah Large size Linen Towels lOc Linen Window Shades on springs 25o euch ICurtain poles complete 20c Terchen lace Ic yd ItA1es Skirts 0Ladies ready to wear dress skirts cheaper than you can make themFull width linen Dress Skirts 25 cents Fancy trimmed linen skirts all new things OOc to 200 Five styles in ladies white pi qua skirts braded and trimmed in inserting 50c to 200 Ladies Blue and Brown Denims skirts something now and as reliable as a silver dollar 50c to It pays to buy the best fertilizer for your crops See W F Jeffries S Son I efore buying I Mrs Kate Hughes has removed to I Columbia and is occupying the rest dence on Burksville street she recent i ly purchased opposite the Methodist church Parties who owe me are requested to settle the same at once Leave it at the News office as I am now in Bus sell county Moore Montgomery Mr Porter Flowers who Is employed Ina sawmill at Gradyville met with a serious accident a few days ago the particulars of which can be found in our Gradyville letter Prospects for fruit was never better at this time of year The fruit would be a blessing to the country were it not for the little brandy distilleries that will be started in every hollow LostA bay horse about 151 hands shod without corks in front and corks on out side of hind shoes In medium order Return toA Hunn Columbia who will pay a reasonable reward Mr W T Price now has charge the barber shop at the Conover Hotel IaMr Roberts having returned to Lei tchfield There is not a better barber In the State than Titus Price It this year is seasonable for corn asta crappindg to sell The fill through Mr James Garnett Jrs propertleadlngup to where Mr C S Harris will build is being mad wider The bridge crossing the branc has also been raised several feet high Last Monday was county court but the crowd in town was not so large as usual But little stOck changed hands and the Master Commissioner sold but little land The merchants did a fair business A party of youngp ople in town we sadly disappointed last Sunday A rangements had been made for par tak GrlmngSprlng5but day CompanyWest the 224 tittsa tories and manufacturer much of their stock523m bongelht ad Rollin Hurt which lies sear Tarter is getting a great deal of good timber off the land and will beready to ship many staves this and next week 4fec kit AdeliortiwitlbeatadeontaextTknt r base ball teen All tbe old members and asioany otters ss poesifete are re tMJItHtlogInr l 1200 1- Ladies Blue and White Polka Brown Black and mixed skirts 125 All wool serge 2 to 800 Black silk skirts all the style 450Black crepons uptodate 250 to tailormade coat suits all wool 6 different styles ready to wear 600 each Shoes T- One half your money saved by buying your shoes from me Ladies Kid lace or button 1ILadies Fine Button 60c Medium weight lace or button per pair 75cILadies Fine Slippers 50c Misses Fine Slippers 45c I MENTION leavet 600Ladies the next two weeks Mr Baker will teach a normal He is a splendid teacher and the term just closed was cone of the best years of the M F High School Jim Richardson editor of the Glasgow Times is getting fastidious in hi old days of journalism He has cu the Louisville Dispatch from his ex change list for the simple reason he does not care to associate with green- flies Danville is to have a new Democrat- Ic paper The company at the head the enterprise purchased the plant Middlesborough The new Dan villa paper will be run by the Cunningham Bros who had charge of th Record Miss Effle Bradshaw entertained a party of young people last Tuesda evening and Friday evening following several couples met at the residence of Mrs Jo Rosenfield It goes without saying that the young folks of Colum bia know how to enjoy themselves when they get together ofI have made a contract for large lot of fine flour which I will sell at 190 per 100 pounds for cash only WALKERfcMr J L Johnson of this county- r has a South down or Down south ram one and onehalf years old that weighs 195 pounds Mr Johnson says his sheep will weigh 225 pounds by the time he is two years old Who has a larger sheep Attentionham in the produce business and am prepared to handle more th- aI have been in the past I will pay the highest market prices for all coun try produce B B WILSON 4t We will on Monday June the 4th 1000 move the Judge of the Adair count baree prrColumbiarC M and J F MEDAKIS There is some doubt in the minds of a great many people hereabouts as to oYcars near mill In Adair County and in Green county just over the Adair line in the last twelve months They report from twenty = five to twentyseven Rats i Draw your own conclusion Columbia and Liberty will soon be connected by telephone A line IB BOW being built from the latter place to Kalfley la Adair county sad when completed the people of Columbia can extend greetII8to the oittMM of Liberty Tnk line HM tees dtocud fur several years and It will afford a Biah seeded coHveaiesce tettopeo ptollvlBg alla ctll lice Hal1oe KBifqrt GIvs ire LtHitlJtlH r Childrens Fine Slippers 30 and 35 cents Mens Congress Shoes 100 Mens Pointed toe lace 100 Molls plain wide toe lace 1 Boys shoes any size 1 50 pairs Mens custom made toII have all the uptodate styles in mens and ladies shoes call and I see them prices They are at rock bottom IClothing I will now call your attention to clothing Boys suit coat pants and vest 75 cents andup Boys suit coat vest and pants 2 and up I carya full line 1of boys clothing Prices alway below competition Mens good wearing suits 3 Mens checked wool suit 350 Mens black all wool suits 400 Mens Faultless special made suits 5 styles 500 Mens Faultless special made suits 3 styles 750 Mens Faultless special made suits 10 and 12 1Sometimeago this community felt q an or at least had hopes of a good school being located in this town by our Methodist brethern but the fondest hopes vanished and we are here to blaze out our own way in the educational line Now we have Information from reliable interested parties that the school question is still parttPresbyterean brethern will assist in establishing a school here upon the same basis as offered by the Louisville Conference Bro T F Walton who has been agitating this question with- In his church tells us that Dr Mc Columd a purpose of investigating this field and to see Presbyterianse the grade of the school They will ex pect help from the people of this sec whoYare cational facilties and those who feel an interest in the moral and business advancement of this town andcommu ratty ought not to be indifferent to this opportunity Now is the time for us to workand work togather A good school is the life of a town Dick or Mont Burton whose parents it is said live at Campbellsville has gotten himself Into a trouble which In all probability will terminate in the breaking of his neck Dick and Alex ander Burton were in Casey county acting as private detectives on tbicr own authority trying to locate a moon shiner Dump Royse by name The wouldbetectives were traveling along the highway near the residence of a Mr Holt They met Mr Holts little son and threatened him wi th guns drawn but the boy finally escaped from them wcnthome and secured his gun and waited the appearance of the ntwo men Presently they came up when the boy made some demonstra tions but his mother sister and father disarmed him and told Burton not to shoot but he fired four shots killing Miss Holt instantly Burton escaped into Pulaski county but was subsequently arrested add lodged In jail at littlrover a week ago but excitement is BurtonYCUT PRICES FOR CASH AT RUSSELL HUIIUELI8 Granulated sugar Clc- Greencoffee lOc 2 pounds sods 5c sHeavy brown domestic Sc Best bluecottonadc lOc Best heavy striped cottonade 124c Scotch lawns desirable styles 4c Calicoes 4 to 5c 200 mens assorted shirts 25c each Job lot laces 1 to Sc former price 5 to lOc 10 pieces dress glaghama6worthl- Cheekgtngiiains Oc fie BedtickjlOc f e 4brownsheaWag13c Large IlJtotoweli lOc Good patters onitai aorrmtjSc These prioM until May 10th wlto sweegiBf rrtaoUoM N llJiHiot gooAs te 8Mb bayew RWMMU tKlr 7L fJIens Clothing My faultless suits are equal in style make and fit kany tailormade suit costing double as much Buckeye pants are ones that will not rip or button pantsMenaMens all wool mixtures 8 styles 1 50 Mens1 all wool mixtures 4 styles 2 00 Our speciality line 8 styles 2 50 Uptodate novelty 4 styles 8 00 h 00TheStoves 0I have several kinds of cooking stoves all good ones and will sell them at bottom pricesAll kinds of odd cooking vessels in fact I keep everything the average housekeeper wants My Grocery and Hardware departments are like my other de V J partmentsalways full of bargains VV Good green coffee lOo Soda 2c lIb can baking powder 5c j nice clean rice 5c ball potash 5c 2 large cakes soap 5c 1 gal sor ghum can 80o good flour 190 per cwt glass tumblers lOc set glass goblets 15c set scissors lOc trace chains 20c pr heavy wide collar pads 25c each good hand saws 50o j wire nails 4c pound Big Line of Furniture and Carpets All produce taken in exchange Be sure and bring me your wool I will pay top prices for it WHLI ERS GHSH STORE II BaIker CAVE CITY I On April 20 1900 myself and family after sojourning with the good people of old Adair county for a period of thirtyfive years bade our friend- adieu and with our effects in wagons turned our faces westward for Cave buyhouseholdmeeting my family a few days later in the beautiful flat which surrounds Cave City j While sitting in m y front yard I scribling these lines hundreds of bird of various kinds are making music in beautiful spruce pine and other varIe- ties of shade and ornamental trees But every few minutes the ironhorse dashes by issuing his black breath and bellowing with his shrill voice until you feel the earth almost quake be neath you I cast my eyes over the fields and see the wheat tossed by wind in most beautiful waves and the pastures with their green herbagethe stock of va rious kinds enjoying what they have been wishing for many long months but notwithstanding all this our minds wander back to the friends in old Adair with whom we have spent many pleasant years Many are th friends vho will ever have a place in our memory and affections I will say that our sojourn here h not been without its drawbacks TL next day otter we arrived my son was prostrated with mumps and the ba part is I am expecting to have a cm any day and I am sure I never con tracted for them I want to say we find good people here very kind to us Hoping sometime in the near futur to be able to grasp hands with friends in old Adair I say good bye a great common people JS CHAPMAN If you are an uptodate dresser and want uptodate clothes buy a faultless sui or a pair of Buck Eye Pants They are onlyup todate clothes Prices 5 suitdpants 125 to 500 at W L WALKERS Last Friday morning MrRFPaull bad his fine Red Squirrel colt on exhibition It was oneyearold afew day s ago and is one of the bestmovers t nto thecounty for its age He is perfect model a beautiful iron gray andwhen matured will command a handsome some of money Its darn is a fine Le ington mare and she never falls t hung a fine colt She has dropped three or four for Mr Paull since be has owned heraU beauties They Art V ry PtoMMt Smokers attention U has coats at last the rfever DowBXog RUB and Cbbqe1Kyou doafc believeJt tty oqe And you win Ilk 1 1 Ask paa r1HltffltMaaafaetpred hf Jlf L Howipir INI YJ v papethadstaved a letter from Kansas City Mo stating that his brother Henry bar colsand at first it was feared that he was dangerously injured Letter have since arrived stating thatwhile he was badly hnrt he is improv ing and that there will be no SerIOn results Mr Smythe is emyloyed bj the city railway company wenswere together last Satrurday afternoon The crowd coraprk ed about twenty of the young peopl of Columbia the occasion being insti gated by the ladles who prepared am conveyed a nice lunch to the creel bank and Invited the boys to be prey Gypsyseveral hours of much amusement was afforded The party did not expect goodtimedelightful the fishing was easy the catching difficult and the separation sorrowful improves our ing and thriving little city two years ago Our traveling man Mr C H heenew several dwellings are now being con beingP nominations and they are to be hand putiinmushe oldtoon a substantial growth and will before many years be one of the best business points in the Southeastern portion of the State havetso low that breeding was much d16= coutaged and today our country IE full of plugs rather than good salable stock in this line There never bar been a more inviting time than now for raising good horses and unles something happens to lessen the de mantis for horses the people wfio will have them for sale for the next few years will Indeed be fortunate Recent sales in this county of a few Red Squirrel and Peacock horses ought serve as a compass to the wide 0Wefull of good horses horses that would bring a good price but this alone can obC accomplished by those who OWD brood mares s t1 A Warning Pain or soreness in the baefcmusxV hnevecbbeslightedgdeey eMeti creep osuawitt4oalY that one w JIlg Je lilarta oUy wh h brtliaaely we otJfor JeYIT81 aid IiFbeavatikd Thk rWKiy fr a M Jt SiMWW1 7 6 S S rt r F rr F li h LI t q f TUCherlains 4 Er 4 ItlrltliMea atrattale 1i1 r1 r TinELYHITS 2 GiOgelOIn Tineal The lIon Matt Quay lost out by the skin of his teeth It looks like tliu United States Senate was giving signs of areturn to the good old times when something like honest political meth ods prevailed in the election of its members Quays seat turned on a Constitutional point but he ought to have been rejected on general princi plesIo the interest of a purer system of politics State Senator S B Harrell of Bus sellvllle who got mixed up in a little business transacsion with the virtu ous John H Whalen in the earjy days of the Kentucky Legislature in away that was not creditable to either has resigned his position and will move to Texas He says he is sick of polities This is not surprising Let it behoped that the moral spasm which seems to have taken hold of the United States Senate will he protracted That body needs thinning out badly If every member was required- to show an honest title to his scat ittwould doubtless create very considerable embarrassment among some of the millionaire tenants 15 A reunited Demociatlcparty in Kentucky would be a very desirable thing and the suggestions of Mr John B Thompson with a view to that end are not without merle but with existing bitterness there is but little prospect that the breach in the party ranks is ready to be cloned The platforms adopted by the Republicans of Ohio Indiana Wisconsin Massachusetts and New Hampshire are all of one piecii all showing a servility and lack of independence as if one boss had shaped the proceedings of all the conventions Now that Quay has been turned down the gentle Mr Wanamaker who is more noted for the sheep clod log he handles than for statesmanship may be expected to bob up serenely in the SenatorIal fight in Penn sylvaniaThe party has committed enough blunders curing the past year to secure its defeat next November But will the Democratic party be wise enough to take advantage of and profit by these same blunders Every horticulturist in the country ought to raise his voice in favor of protection Jo birds which are the natural enemies of worms and insects which of late years have proven so damaging to fruits of various kind It is said that several of the warm personal friends of Mr Quay voted in favor of keeping him out of the Senate on Constitutional grounds Is it pos sible that the Senatorial conscience is being quickened I Senator Quay attributes his defeat to McKinley and Hanna but what can he do about it in the way of getting even McKinley will be renominated and Hanna will continue to be boss of the Republican machine The Boston Globe furnishes the in formation that there Is not much en thusiasm for President McKinley In Massachusetts this spring Is there much enthusiasm for President Mc Kinley in any State Statistics show that last year on an average every two people drunk a barrel of beer yet many of us didnt get even a taste What a lot of hogs the professional beerguzzlers must be PELLYTON Farmers are getting their corn plan ted rapidly Born to the wife of ye scribe April 27th Jnst a fine girl Clell Goode Cv111e was here 111s Wednesday joe and Welby Ellis and Calvin Mau pin were in Campbellsvllle last week Anna Williams pf color died last Thursday She was 27 years of ager and had been a sufferer fur overa year LegeMr J Richardson had a running sore on his leg for 20 years Tried doe tors and medicines without end or any permanent good MrL BNunnally draggist Hartford la recommeaded d Jforleys Sarsaparilla and Iron to cure the c useof the sore and make it heal from the Inside A few bottles cured1 my leg and put me in better healths than I have been for 20 years Sold by W M Bell Joppa Ky The pmiaouB preparations of the deprtCThe State Populist ooTutkHI ITor tti Dakota split oa the 4ttesttea eodoraiBg Bryta f The railway aaU Ie xwpiiBff bill JlIMOttdre lMDweeS el OOM11Moii i Grad Vilie Fine stock starves Ciadyville I entaeky Willimakedyrille Kentucky at the low price of 1000 to j Secure a living colt Money dun when colt is foaled or u are traded or removed from the neigh brhood J01 bAf PEACOCK 6egister No 1140 Vol 3 Tits cert 1 s that W L Grady Gradyville Ky hs re istcr d in the National Saddle orse Breeders A sQclation of Louisville hy he bay stallion Jordan Peacock fua cl July 1891 Mark 3d Star np and twj whit feet gaits certified Jordan Peacock No Ills Is a beaut fat bay hands fino large water spout tall Was sired by tho greatest of all how sallona in Kentucky Peacock No 400heby Blue leans Nr3 te by Pnlllipd Dlack Horse he by Gen Taylor 81 he by Imported Ilooten thorough bred Jordans first dam Lena Hirers No 760 she by CabeUs Lexington ho by Gists mack Hawk he by Bloods Blatk Hawk Imported Jordans second dam by Lzzlo Jordan she by Wilsons Lewis Jordan he by Imjiorlo I Jordan out of Imported Platens Jjrdaus third dam by Imported Waggenor In Jordan Peacock you will fid toe finest style and action and the fin eh of a thorough sidesAsfuaitng some ofthe very bat horses that eter entered a ring unions them were MontcCristo Jr Thorntons Star Jane Carter Highland Denmrk Dignity Dare a noted horse of the Blue Grass one of the best sons of Chester Dare and others too numerous to mention lie has been shown in tho best fairs in Kentucky and Tennessee and never met a horse that he did not defeat As A breeder he has no superior To prove this his cjlta are wearing the blues over the- best stallions in the State Quito a number of hiscol la have sold at fancy price He imparts to his offsprings that kind disposition which he himselfposses and which is one of the best features that make a good animal In size style and combined features there is not a horse in existence betteradapted to meet the demands ofeverybodyjlAZItEwoob Standard Bred Hazelwood a Chestnut Sorrel tea hands Was sired by Nutalwood 10325 heby Nutwood 60 resord 2UIA Nutwood sold for 2800 when twentyfour years old and was the sire of Belmont Boy 215 and 55 more with records better than 230 Hazelwoods first dam was byBich alien he by Mimbrino Chief 11 he by hi imbri no Paymaster he by Imported Messenger Ths fine h rse will serve mares at a price to suit the tinvs to insure a living cjlt a GOV ST JOfif 1 1Ths fine Jackwill make the present season t3 Insure a mare with foal money due wnsn fact is ascertained or mare traded or removed 0My fine Jack JO will make the season at the same place at 600 on same terms as above MrJ A Diddle sold last Jan two yearling mules by Gor St John for J8760 each If you want the best breed to the best Ypu will nod l them at Gradyville W li Gf ffiDY GttadyvilIe I enfiueky FARMERS HOME HOTEL CLERKtJoflN BURNSG W COLE tVIgr The Best 100 per Day Hotel in the City i1 CiC- ill Modern Conreniencee G4CL- ARGE WAGON YARDS 400422 Market LOUISVILLE KY New Store at Russell Spring- sf OThe undersigned have just opened up a Dry 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