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HHTHE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1900 NUMBER 31 POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY J M Russell Postmaster Office hours weekdays 700 a m to 930 pm COURT DffiEOTORYI CIRCUIT CouBTThre sessions a yearThird MouCay In January third Monday In May and third Monday In SeptemberSjudjja W flea Commonwealth s Attorney N H W Aaron SheriffJ W Hurt ClcrkJ uo n Coffey COUNTY Coour First Monday in each month Judso J W Butler County Attorney Jas G rnett Jr ClerkT R Smlta JailerS II Mitchell Asses oa A Bradshaw SurveyoR T McCaffreCSchool SuptW D Jones Coroner Leonard Fletcher Oirv CocBTRegnlar court second Monday inaach month AtkinstjdgeJ W orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BUKKSVILLB STREET Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday asnight MHTHODISTa BUBXSVILLB STBEBT Rev J I Kilgoreif pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday nightaBAPTISTdGUBBNSBUBQ STREET Rev E W Bat vaster Services third Sunday In each month t jndayschol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Tuesday nightCHRISTIAN CAMPBBLLSVILLB PiHtEder L WillIamsa Pastor Services second Sunday month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday night is be LODGES MASONIC COLOMBIA LODGE No 96 F and A MRegut lar meeting in their hall over day night on or before the full moon In each month O A KEMP WMIT R SIOLTS Sccj COLUMBIA CHAPTEB R A M No 7 meets first Monday night In each month- J J O RUSSELL II P C T R S uls Secretary =ssscaaas- c a Comer Hotel JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor Columbia Kentucky HIS Hotel is one of the best in this I section of the State It is a large ew brick containing twentyeight- ooms all elegantly furnished Good supliedtry affords Rates very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREETI Columbia KyiJUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0tf6YThe above Hotel has been re- tted repainted and is now ready fo the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable good sample room Feed stable at hed COMMERCIAL HOTEL 1AMESTOWNfKY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0opedeTnndhashadafinerunfroma Holt looks after the culinary department an sees that tho table Is supplied at all with tbe best the market affords Th- proprietors are attentive wed very polite to gu Sta Good sample rooms and the building Is convenient the business houses First class livery attached to the hotel Terms very jeaaonaMe Lebanon SteamLaundry LEBANON KY 0ft THOROUGHLY equipped modern I laundry plant conducted by exper fenced workmen and dung as high grade work as can be turned out any- placer In the country Patronize hume institution Work of Adai Russell Taplor and Green WR JOHNSTON GO Pro REED MILLER Agents Columbia Kentucky r To prevent La Grippe take a dose or two of Dr Restorative Nervine daily Ladies Favorite Morleys Little Uv PiUs for Bilious People arc tho ladies favorite because they are small easi taken and do their work quiet F but effectually Ono a doso Sold W M Bell Joppa Ky 1 I ELD Z T WILLIAMS LETTER From Alexandria to the Pyramids April 81000e of the News I mailed lily last letter to the News ut Alexandria When our landed there one thing attracted my attention I had not seen any where else and that was the different nationalities there represented At first I thought a they were women mostly of the negro race Most of them had on dresses like women wear in our except a peculiar tuck at the ankle which reminds one more of American bloomers than thing elsea louse robe over almost rs lung ns dresses They wore red turbans with black frigTurks Egyptians Greeks Italians all moru or less dark col oredOur It boat landed at the ducks and we didout have to contend with boatmen to get to the shore a at other places These people not as persistent as the ItalcWe soon met David Moses who could speak English very weHc he soon informed us that hew was a dragoman and would con us to a good hotel which he didat 200 per diem for room and beds for six Wo were pleased with our bargain selected a restaurant which we found cheap good meals That afternoon- we saw Pompeiis Pillar which one of the important things to seen there Then we drove up the canal with David Moses as our guide amid the blooming flowers orange and palm trees to one oftle prettiest gardens I have ever seen It was owned first by then who irrigated and planted all kinds of fruit trees in it It isIlaid off in beautiful walks and cirtles and fountains hero and theret Hero we saw our first bananas growing on low stalks that looke good deal like flagblades Thes stalks are large three or four in hes in diameter They grow ill of IJicaward just the reverse of my expectation They are gathered eeery morning and carried to market The are cheap on the streets We ate some nesters here They were larger than the wildgoose plum and longer It is a newJ fruit and very good We saw lemon orange and date trees Wea then drove through the principleg streets of the city and a stroH through bazaars and marketplaces This was an interesting sight to us as we had never seen any thing like it before EveryE seemed to be content watch ng his goods and smoking his pipe Alexandria is a city of 240000 inhabitants and the new part of town is uptodate in many respects Electric cars and gas Therbuildings are all stone cemented solidily on the outside and paint ed in tinted pink white and yel low The walls look clean and neat and the streets are paved with stone some very narrow some wide with here and there aJsmall parka statue and fount of flowers The system of city government is somewhat like our ci- tIes have a good police forceand while the people drink a great veryastreets I think it would be much better for our American drinkers if they have to drink to use wine orrthe hotels here is as common at- milk in America All the mjlk here is boiled and brought to th table hot destroying the goaty taste I suppose as plenty of salt will help to destroy the goaty fast of the butter- a The next day April 2 we loft fadr a The railroad runs along the cans1 for some distance and through the delta and from the time we reft Alexandria to our arrival in Cairo was one grand panarama as good as any circus to one who had nev Qror been over that route It is rich fertile valley all the way and villagesrThe valley was alive with Bedouin r t farmers some plowing oxen milk I cows bnffalos all with onehan dIe plows a single crossstick handle forming foot and the beam extending to yoke and only an old fashioned bulltongue plow After the ground is broken they use the hoe and fingers in culti vating it They divide it into small fields or gardens and raise all varieties of vegetables rice wheat corn etc The donkey is favorite animal in all this country The camel is the favorite animal ly for carrying burdens We could see in the distance great droves of these animals The sys tem of irrigating from the Nile is wonderful The canal from thetl Nile furnish sufficient supply of water Then they raise it from the subtrenches by water wheel usually run by single ox or cow This machine they call sakieh is simple and ancient one perpendicular he wheel with a chain of oldtime water pots fastened liketJ chainpump This wheel has cogs in it another horizontal onetl that look like wooden pinetwith lever turned by the This machine throws the of into the water ways that carry it all over the country inSome places in the vicinity of Cairo still use the old time bucket with pole and turn the water in the ditch with foot So the system j of irrigation has not undergone much change in 1000 years We arrived at Cairo about 11 oclocka m and soon found a good hotel at satisfactory rates two dollars per diem We took our meals out We were all surprised hat we could live so cheap in this country Our rooms and fare did exceed 125 per day while in Cairo a city of over 400060 inhabitants afternoon we spent in visiting tombs of the Marnoluks and citadel which is one of the oldest buildings of importance here was in 1166 by Salaheddin the being taken from the Pyramids- of Gireh Here we have the best view the city and splendid views of the and the whole country One the most outrageous masacrees oc curred here in 1811 that history has recorded Mohammed AH who was the Kedive desired to destroy the Memlooks who were a kind of Moham adans but were very zealous and warlike and were giving the Kedive good of annoyance So he planed to have them come to the city of Cairo nd attend a festival or banquet They- ladlyaccepted the Invitation anti came lathe best style in soldier uniform and mounted on fine horses They were invited to visit the CItadelwhere- a trap was set for them They march d through the gates of the paraplt and were locked in and in a few minutes 450 were murdered without warn ing Eight hundred more were mur dered in the city Only one nian escaped He forced his horse to jump the battlements When we entered the Mosque were asked to put on sUpI pers and we did so and walked on h- ly carpets One of McGarveys slip pers came off a time or two and one of the Arab attendants would run grab his foot and tie it on again telling him he must not let his foot touch the floorholy place Mohammed AH prayed here McGarvey asked what difference that made but th Arab did not understand him On the next day April 3 early in the morning we started for the pyramids of Gireh We had arranged the evening before with our dragoman to provide donkeys for all of us to ride We all mounted and away we went in good speed feeling that we were going Mty andIhe went the cavalry lope most of the thepyramids a distance of eight miles We had a good deal of fun on the way wemarket and we met trains of cam els coming in loaded with hay and oth er produce We also met a regiment of Scotch soldiers the first we had seen They are abate hearty look- Ing men They wear no pants but have waistcoats coming to the h knees and legings We dismounted when we arrived the pyramids and prepared fur climbI- I ing It looked a little scary to some of us but when we found we had plen ty of help we started up I had three Arabs to help me two In front and one behind to push We were all up in 20 M t I minutes We stood 20 minutes and came down in 20 minutes One of the most magnificent views is presented here Iever beheld The valley of the Nile on the west with its springlike appearance flowing north and extending as far as the eye can see and on the east the Libeon desert with its mountains of sand running with the Nile as far as our visions could see We went inside and saw King and Queens chamber I was so sore for two days after my climb I could hard navigate Will finish up this in my next as the ship from Port Said has landed at Joppa and I am out of paper My next will bo from Jerusalem P S Arrived at Joppa through and tribulations such as never had before but we arc all well SSATE 0 ssLucusFRANK J UHKNEY makes oath that is the senior partner of the firm of- F J CHENEY Co doing business in City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL for each and every case of Ca- arrh that cannot be cured by the use HALLS CATAKRII CURE FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 A W GLEASON SEAL j Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly on the bloodI and mucus surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEU CO Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best WILL SUPPORT MR BRYAN In a Washington dispatch to the World Senator Henry M Teller of Colorado is quoted as follows- I left the Republican party in 1896 because of its adoption of a platform favoring the gold standard I predicted then that it would follow it up by establishing by law a gold standard if it came into power This it has done adding to it a provision that will prac tically destroy the greenback and treasury note and turn overto theI banks the sole issue of paper money in the United States 310NEY QUESTION NOT SETTLED The financial question is not settled by the passage of what is called the currency act and I believe that will be a question of American politics until such time as we shall secure a proper bimetalic system If I had not left the Republican party in 1896 1 certainly should have left it on the passage of the gold standard bill of the present session If Mr Bryan is nom inated on a platform recognizing the financial plank of the Chicago platform of 1896 and I have no doubt he will be I shall give him my hearty support ADMIRES BRYA- NI believe he has a very much better chance for success now than I believed thinkothe American people have become bet ter acquainted with the character none but fanatics believe there will b any danger in his election Personally 1 have a high regard for Mr Bryan both as to his moral quall- ties and his great ability 1 may no hee is honest and if elected will make a President that will not be controlled d by cliques or caucuses or trusts In Mr Bryan we will have an American Administration such as this republic of ours is entitled to A FOLLOWER OF MEs rESIn ma ny instances a persistent cough follows an attack of measles In speaking of this Mr Walter B Beel editor of the Elkin N C Times says Three weeks ago I had an attack of measles which let me with a bad cough I took several doses of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the cough has en tlrely disappeared I consider Cham berlains medicines the best on the market For sale by M Cravens I In spite of the boasted prosperity arbor strikes continue in various parts of tllC country The Republicans U1eytas Mark Hanna occasionally hits the truth For instance he came close to it when he remarked that the sooner Congress adjourns the better it a i be for the Republican party Here We Are Acrain We have just returned from market and our store is full of bargains for cash buyers We handle dry goods Notions Clothing Hats Shoes Groceries Hardiware Farm Harness Queensware In factteverything kept in a general store In order to show what we can do for you will quote you a few prices at random Ladies Kid Gloves 50c per per Ladies and Misses Cloth Gloves lOc per pair Meuss Cloth Gloves 5c per pair Ribbon 8 inches wide 2c yd Calico 4 and 5c per yd Pearl Buttons 5c per dozen r Ladies Mens and Childrens Hose 5c per pair Ladies Corsets 25c rCV Ladies Vests 5c Mens all Linen Cuffs 15c per pair A Mens and Ladies Belts IQc Mens and Ladies Belts lOc i Mens Brogan shoes whole stock 85c i Ladies Button shoes 50c j Misses Slippers 85c Boys Hats 5c Mens Fur Hats 50c Box Paper So Mens Black Lustre Coats 50c Boys 8 piece suit 150 Boys Black Lustre coats 25c Other bargains too numerous to mention Give us a call you will not regret it flughes Goffeg fionterl Universal Woodworker Turning Lathe land Scroll Saw AM NOW PREP ARED to do any kind of fancy scroll and turned work My shop will be at the Columbia Rol ler mill If you want to build a house or repair a porch call 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 build verandas at the lowest figures and furnish the latest designs Call and see me J G MORRISON For THira Daus I I AYr6 you Httotitt- QfoBMRGHINS If so bring your CASH with you if you want bargains in Shirtings readymade shirts domestics and Hosiery outemy entire line of Shoes costtI will sell you Hames Chains Collars Plow Points and Plow handles at cost to close out I am not talking simply to draw peoples attention but am telling you facts 1 FERTILIZERS + All grades the best made and I will not be undersold o Fertilizers Be sure and come and and see me before you buy and I will save you money on these lines of goods and can give as good terms to reliable parties as any one else on large quanties Give me a call C R IlehOrai Watches Frw for Eximiiutl tali Appr- ovalWARINNI3R TNi NEW CCNTLCUAHC WATCH CM size the popular BDtO UtO flUe14k GM iNN Caw oomta by the manafacturen t war 1 =hunting style atenswlndsndaem setassorcedfanc Lasd eagraved wil- laeadyoutheaboveweaohcomplete wIth or WiuSs movement 0o this ad an send to UI and Will br express 00Dsableottoexaminatton- You can examine it at arepresented equal to watches sold u tagh as tW express t iSPECIAL COMPETITION PRICE 1375It M days trial and If yon are aofuUsfledwe wlll re terayourffiODeyfrortbe of Introducing ourselves to retail buyers and securing their Man ftadeTwe until notce of withdrawal goot tie feH on the celebrated Fatra M4 rill i Wlyl a iSifltwdwftn taefamons Op or wNrr M orI VM rePlKtoa for t7and dmraMlltr and which are abioRtejy wamote4 Open Face 1Nt NL31 11 Jewel 15k His i llJt sueS3 Ladtoa Hantlnz Case Jewel Mk lUlllc Jt21 lilt Irk i I K absolute ream cUereras x years aTesn15jeweLriyeara If exDrecl DdpoataceweacMl wla allow 7ou f per cent dleceuat above prices or cash r ==w are eUl at Cnar RNaad an tandard makes of watches Resat aloes rice cYCL lf8I a1-M Mod thewbeeith9warrleeithetnatLdleaad0eatatulle wanaated CuAIII- AeHfIHJalCh seNNw fromKlSnp C11HALIItOtIAHIaeve arclleliolBlI Ildoor st wholesale kprices e =ar ia nwh Allingalrrea hrlea =JF ECNCELL COMPANY 33O DviwmS rMt CHICAGO ILUKQlSv to 11 i I y c I JJQ 1QPQ 1 + Blacksmiths + AND W oodwor3s erColumbia Ky I am prepared to do all kinds of wotln my line and If you need re pairing done on your Wagons Buggies Farm Implements remember me buggytiresbolts My prices are right and satis faction guaranteed Give me a call Newly Furnished American Plan fLOG Per Day Hie OSfe8 3Cotcl MEALS 25c 523 W Market Sf LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flgr Wilmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop Grady ille Kentucky stopthanGood sample rooms and a firstclass Feedstallie GORDON MONTGOMERY 1t 1Vf vd Ql 1 a COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adairand adjoining counties Collectiuns a specialty drugstore DR 10 SALLEE 3 t DENTIST tL Careful attention given to mechanical and prosthetic dentistry anddentalsurgery OFjflCE Over Hughes Coffey Hunter COIUMBOKT FRANK M BALLENGER 1 WI- TllKobinsonNorton Go WHOLESALE Dru Goods Notions Etst LOUISVILLE KY Now is Tne Time to REPAIR HOUSES O Do not allow youffibuso to injure for the lack of Guttering or a Leaking Roof Jam I make Roofing and Guttering a specialt- yI am prepared to do any kind of repairwork in my line I use good material and do my work at bedrock prices Call on me L V HALL Columbia Tinner ftaLife Insurance Go oFHERTFORD CONN CHARTERED 1820 Assets 54000000 Surplus 8000000S 0The Aetna will write you a 15Pay nieut Life Policy for the same or a less rate than other firstclass companies will write you a 20 Payment Life Policy thereby guaranteeing to save timenGUARANTEES more insurance greater extensions greater cash and loan values and greater paidup val ues at the end of equal periods of time than any other company DPolIcIes absolutely incontestable af ter one year Nonforfeitable after two years on limited pay policies The LOWEST RATES of any first class company For further information call on or address W D JONES Agent Columbia K- yR1iA11RkNT JA2fESBEIL 2roprl- etorLEBANON KY This stand is located near the de pot and meals are furnished at all hours at 25 cents per meal The best 1t= lieawre4pahUUaCfOOIDrtforJHlei iJft cSi if s THH ADAIR COUNTY TBui Published Every BY WednesdayI Adair ounty News o INCORPORATEDa CHAR 8 HARRIS Editor is A Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter esta ofthe city ofColumbia and the people of A A Lair aod adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Poitoffice as second cliss mall matter a SVBSClUPTGN RATBSI O EYkutfloeSEX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADV NCRt iDVERTISIXG SATES Loco otlces ten cents per line for first i- iaruunradfivecenu per line fur each unbse uf nt Inaerllor DISPLAY ADS Dto 3MO 6 ito I Yr- t S ace 1 irk i Inch M 4160 4 200 300 500 3 tI8 M 300 4 00 t 00 10 00 4 Inches 15154 2- 003- Col 6 S 7 0IS ab- locbea1 310 1200 0O 4 00 6U 0600 IS tY 3000 0 rCol 100 12 00 24 Oo 40 00 60 60 There win be no departuro from these rates A idcr any circumscn- eceWEDNESDAY MAY 16 KxRcprcsentative Logan T Neat a leader of the Ke publioaii party of Adair coun ty and who is very popular- till over the Eleventh districts and would be in Congress today were it not for his ex treme modesty made a very enthusiastic speech at th courthouse M o n day 1I denounced the Courier Jour nal and the Adair County News and many predicted that both papers would have to suspend We are truly hibe kinly expressions and in language of II Bobbie rill state thatIIno man canna do for us what we will not do our saV and at the very earliest opportunity he will be repaid for his uiiox pacted though highly appre ciated kindness Republican State Convention at Louisville tomorrow 1 No decision from the Su t promo Court If Supreme Court decides ugaiiist the Democrats Taylors pardons will stand and the whole gang of murderers will be turned loose The middleoftheroad Populist met in Cincinnati last Thursday and nominated Wharton Barker of Pennsylvania for President and Ignatius Donnelly for Vice President Expansion got a black eye in the Tennessee Democratic couven held at Nashville last Thursday Hon Denton McMillin was renom inated by acclamation for Gover nor and Thomas L Williams was again selected for Railroad Com missioner James Howard is now in custo dy the sheriff of Clay county hav 1 ing delivered him to the jailer of saysfhe w not guilty of the crime of loand that Culton lied on him When Howard entered the jail Cultou said How are you Jim W J Bryan and Charles A Towue have been nominated fo President and Vice President by the fusion Populists Many of the delegates were opposed to nom inating a candidate for the second place until after a conference with the national Democratic Commit tee The meeting of the exCoufeder atee afcvLouisville on May 80 con tinuing four days promises to be be the largest gathering of these old soldiers since the close of the rebellion Every State in the union will be represented and in entertaining Louisville will do herself proud This section will be largely represented by visitors jj It looks like Collector Sapp will haco to walk the plunk He is ch1rged with violating the itt A Service laws and tho papers have been transmitted to the Senate W Tho Commission to investigate recommends the removal of Mr Sapp There has been more or less trouble in the Collectors office over since Sapp has been in Charles F Neely tho chief manv r of the Postal Department in Cuba in a few short months stole over eighty thousand dollars He from Indiana and is out on a bond much less than the stealage report comes from Washington that McKinley is afraid the expose will hurt his administration Not bit of danger From now on J the Republican conventions will praise the President for his wiseI selections McKinley is a horse can pull the whole load Another Democrat has been un seated in the national Congsess Mr Crawford of North Carolina steps down and out and Mr Pearson a Republican steps in It was just as fair In fact the Republicans are a libertyloving peo ple with orders from Mark Ht1nna to take nuttings small but go after whole States in the coming Presidential contest When Mark is liberal he is the Hberulist man you ever did see He is such generous kindhearted man even allows McKinloy to associate with him Gov Teddy Roosevelt is in his own estimation the biggest showyrHo has been strutting around Capitol and the White House though he owned the whole shout ing match and patronizingly giv ing advice to Mr McKinley Boss thoughet n t the party machine For some rea son the Republican leaders are all adding to the size of Gov Teddy s head by the deferential manner which they are treating him Mr MeKinley gave a dinner in his honor and he was invited to dinner given to the Republican- S leaders iu Congress by Boss Hanna at which the platform to be ado P ed by the Philadelphia convention was read by Hauua and Roosevelt advice asked as to its planks If you ask what all this means ask the question that was pro pounded many times in Washington last week and not yet satis factorily answered One very reasonable answer is that the Repub lican managers have become easy about New York and are de vising ways and means to help Teddy carry the StateIThe following editorial is fro the Elizabethtown News and ex presses the same sentiment this paper put out several weeks ago Vo want to see old Kentucky up an old fashioned majorty for the Democratic ticket this and the way to do it is by persua tioi instead of prescription We would first open the doors to the Brown men because niuetenths of them believe in the Chicago plat form and wero for Bryan andwill be again Then the men who left tho party in 1896 should be urged- to come back They say they left it on account of free silver an they say we cant have free silver for live years so that need scare them off this time They can and should come back en account of the trusts which they are opposed to or the Imperial policy of tho Republicans which they are generally against but if they cant come on any of the principles for which the party will fight let them come just simply they cant be Republicans The great battle this year is to be fought on the distinctive line whether this is a government of the people on the one side or a therside Whether this is a government that respects and sup ports the Constitution or whether it violates the Constitution GRAQYVILL- HRolliu Hurt passed through hero last week en route for Knob Lick Miss Ada Wilmore who has been visiting her sister at Lauding returned a few days ago Misses Della Blair and Lizzie Bpstou rtudents of out college retafue iio their homes last week OB accuunt of sickness iagrippe has been prevalent in OjirVcommnuity Those who are confined to their rooms at this tinle are Arthur Bradshaw and family Mrs H C Walker and daughter Rev Crouch and wife liirs G T Flowers Prof J H Nell Dr S A Taylor Ed Baker M Wilmoro and Mrs Meek YlltesJMiss Susan Grissom spent last road Saturday and Sunday here visiting her sister Mrs W M WilMI more H A Moss returned from Burksda last week where he had been looking after staves P H Keltuer was in Greeusburg last Saturday and Sunday visit ing his sister Mrs NelsonaDJ B Yates of Nashville has been at the bedside of his sick mother for several days Uncle Geo Yates and his son Cager Bradfordsville passed throughour town last week en for East Fork Rev S IIHulso preached a very interesting sermon here last Sunday morning and in the even ing he preached at Nell Rev H T Jesse administered to several las 01SundayMisses Kate Walker Mollie Caldwell and Clara Wilmore ac companled by J W Walker wero visiting the Misses Walker m tlG Kinnaird of Nell and Red Lick last Saturday and Sunday Misses Emma Browning and 0Lhere last week cnroulo for Frank lin Ky Dr M 0 Sallee spent a day so in our community last week int 7the interest of his profession Mrs F P Dohouey and daughter Milltown wero visiting the- o family of R L Caldwell last week 1 sH A Walker spent a day at Ed monton recently buying sheep Smith Nell are in Clinton county buying sheep mules and cattleIJohn Lowo tho shoe drummer accompanied by Lieut James Quarles were in our midst a few days ago Quite a number gat h 11ered around to hear Mr Quart relate his experience in the PhIl- ippines aH C Walker sold to Smith Nell for June delivery 5 heifers and one steer for 2500 per head latet week in Metcalfe county CO head headsMILLTOWN uMrs J M Thomas has been very sick with lagrippe for the past tw weeks Hancock C Thomas have moved their saw mill on Websters farm near the old still house and will begin saw 1ing next week Mr Finis Thomas of Cumberland county made a flying visit tolls aim Mrs Lizzie Thomas last week Last week while getting out omstriking Boss Wooldridge in tlieface breaking one of his teeth but not otherwise injuring him Mr Al Thomas bought up on the 11river recently a four year old Iwrse for S85 1Nr Bob Hatches bought oC Mr Bob Groves lost week a work mute for 840 Mr and Mrs Ed Hancock of Cane Valley will move into our midst this week We will be glad to have Mf back in our neighborhood- Mr Sim Mercer has returned from Louisville where he purchased a nice stock of spring goods Mr Joe Karnes has put up a store Jamednow ItLittle Charley Thomas caught a rect ntly that measured 25 inches Mr IIardricks house burned last week The occupants were fishing everything was burned PELLYTON Contracts for hauling a great deallof lumber from this neighborhood to Catnpbellsville have been let IeC L Maupin and Rosco Ferryman of this place were in Columbia last MondayJ 1 Pelly bought a mulch cow from Tom Pelly last week for 25 Mrs J C Feese and son Sam of Columbia were visiting your correspond ent at this place last Saturday and SundayD Pelly who got his leg sprain ed some time ago is improving James Dawsou and Mell Squires of color went to Columbia last Saturday and were madeone John Camptell has just returned from market I where he purchased a nice stock ot spring goods J J Gabbert bought a cow and calf IYtrom Jas Ellis for 915 Mr Abc Brown died suddenly last Sunday evening It is thought he had spinal menengitis He w blacksmith and an honrable citizen Dr 6 Pelly was in CampbellsvIlls last Thursday f Miss May Clements the milliner has gore to Merrimack To Cured Cold In OneDay Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refunded the money f fit falls to cure E W Groves signature on every box 25c c t BREEDING Todd Williams is in town G Dillon our drummer is on the again this wee- kBYSimpson attended a social at H K Turks Saturday night Messrs R T W F Baker Ama were here Friday R G Breeding and Master G arnctt were in Edmonton Thursday Mrs J M Simpson J W Patteson wife were in Burksville Monday Allen Morrow Burksville lumbermen were here last week Corbett Bresdingreturned home last Saturday from Columbia where lie has been attending school R G Breeding wife and daughter Miss Mina visited Uncle Wade Mosby and family near Sparksville Saturday and Sunday A 0 Bakers new traction engine has been the center of attraction in Mrdmantto rv vc successful J C II Breeding and wife were visit if relatives here last week P Dilon and Mrs Chs Yates Oradvillp were visiUnr friends and nls tins at this place Saturday and Sun cla- yRcvF7oY and Campbell preached at clrjrch last Sunday Jas Simpson and n ifc were in Burks villa t hoping Friday IrMis Hallie Firquin bas charge of PO at this place hews ColTey Columbia atlcudud church hero Sunday F M Breeding and family of Glas gow have been visiting his lather G W BreedingMr Murrell wife and son MaSt Tack spent Monday Breeding on their way to Baker where Sir Murrell is engaged in the stave business Thursday was quite a day for we dings In our surrounding country The lucky pitirs who were made one were as follows Mr Baxter and Mrs El iz esabeth Fudge Mack Gabbard and DI Gaskitt Gather Duuiurnbrun and MI Shaw I FELIX ElcLJosbiiii Smith was on thcfsick list 1 fist week T tie writer was at Jamestown Sat unlay afternoon Rev James Dean will preach at Christian Chapel the 3rd Sunday this month the ordinance of bapti will be attended to after preaching 0Mr Jeremiah Brown bought a wag on load of corn last week in Herriforc Bottom at CO cents per bushel Mr Green Luttrell a stock tiadei of Casey county was in our midst lasl week Messrs A L Foley and J M Brown twere at the mouth of Wolf Creek last Saturday itffing relatives here Saturday Mr Albert Harris of Parks Ridge was here last Tuesday Mr W J Simmons and Mrs Lau Lands were married at the home of the bride April 26th Rev Robert Simmons officiating Mr J II McWhorter died Suad morning Funeral services were con ducted by Eld R C Simmons- nt Mr A E Sullivan Jamestown was visiting Mr B F Edmonds Tuesday Mr Isaac Miller sold a yearling calf to Samuel Chrisman for S11 Prof Tim Hadley of Esto was our midst one day last weeks tS L POWELL ATTORNEYATLAW COLUMBIA KY 0Will practice in Adair and adjolnl counties Collections a specialty t Oflice Pages Block second lloor with C S Harris News office Kentucky Squirrel No 427 By Red Squirrel he by Black Squirrel Will make the present season at Barbee C Grissoms livery stable in Columbia a11 will serve ciarcs for the low sum or 1000 to Insure a living colt Money due when colt is foaled or mare traded or removed DESCRIPTIONKentucky Squirrel was foaled in 1ES7 is abrown 151 hands and is rich and fashionably bred We do not believe there is a saddle stalion living that can out act him As a threeyear old he was shown all through Kcntvcky and was never defeated in his ring and at the close of the season he was sold to J W Kales tit Richmond Ky for 81900 He is a perfect model a horse of wonderful endurance and a very superior actor He has proven him self a number one breeder S T Harbison of Lexington recently sold a mare sired byhim for SCOO If you want a horse that is large enough tine enough and doesenough breed to Kentucky Squirrel COFFEY BROS Columbia Kntucky 1 A Yarning Pain or soreness in the back must nercrbeslightedIidnoydiseasescreept on us one lay is folly when by timely use of Mor deys Liver and Kidney Cordial the great system renovator all danger can be avoided This remedy is a positive cure for Kidney and Urinary Troubles JoppalyIssTARTER fiorD to the wife of WD Tarter aI10 pound boy Corn to the wife of E Foley a 10 pound girl J P Tarter was presented with a 9 ouiid girl the 3rd inst andsmicvera an crop Mr Van Dunbar Green River was through here last week buying cattle A great many of the young folks at ended the singing at Jcrico last Sun Jar and returned with wet frocks Mr W G Shepherd bought of E C lr lihcrd 1 mule for 865 TIre will be a singing school open i at Whites school house next Sunday under the management of Prof aorta Mr Carter of Texas has been visit tig his brothers of near here for the raaa two weeks Mrs James Webb who has been on the sick list for soma time is thought layto be improving W G Shepherd sold to Ed Rigney i mare and colt for 80 So Cure La Grippe Ju Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab iniets All druggist refund the money ifl it fails to cure E W Groves signa ture onevcry box 25 cents A Fast Bicycle Rider Will often receive painful cuts sprains or bruises from accidents Bucklens Arnica Salve will kill the pain and heal the injury Its the cy ngcllsts friend Cures Chafing Chapped Hands Sore Lips Burns Ulcers and Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25c Try it Sold by T E Paull druggist THE JONES LEVER BINDER IW assTEND CHJIN GE7 R MOWERAmA receiving tho highest praise from those who use thain They have merits that cannot be downed by any competitor Simplicity in construction lightness of draught and durability combined in one machine make it hard for theory to down Come and examine these machines before you buy I have n big stock Saddles Harness Bri dies and in fact everything kept in a firstclass Saddlery store Repair work done on short notice J W JAOKMAN ar l+ ti EIHUGHES dWHOLESALE NYII o IT SASH DOORS BLINDSMOULDINGS JUJl new Lumber Warehouse which we have just pleted being situated on the railroad is well comJ with all llREED ifiuli Glass T ilorino PflUL fl WflGGENER Represents HE AMERICAN WOOLEN MILLS CO tho manufacturers of the goods 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 Tho retailer and jobber are left out See 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 n card and I willcall on you UpTo=Date millinery Ve aro now receiving our spring and summer goods from the Louisville and Cincinnati markets Our goods are of the very latest styles and will surpass any over 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 vill be as low as the lowest We receive new goods every week A Mfs Tim Bfadshauu c Jftiss Effie BfadshamrN H Y i sEfiOMMLE MLROHNDISL fOR tl ir flLLf 13argain- i of Goods shades plain fancy in of fabric I My stock of Silks 0is extensive I everything from the plain silk to all creations waists dresses also a large stock of trimmings aplique allover styles embroideries all dainty will ty Goods My entire stock of calicos of Indigo Staples Fancy at 4c yd Good Bleached Domestic one wide 6c Heavy Checked Cottons 27 inches 5c per Columbia Shirting heavy weight Tie per yd Same worth lOc at other stores Heavy BedTicking full 78 lOc Apron Ginghams fast colors 5c per yard Eight Pieces Fancy Dress Sc per yard Twenty Pieces French Dress lOc at yard PERSONAL MENTION w+Mr Geo R Miller spent Sunday at homeMr A Eddlcman Louisville was visiting friends here last week Mr F M Robertson made a busi ness to Keltner last Saturday Mr LL Eubrnk was quite sick sev eral days of last week Mrs J W Coy has been quite sick for the past ten days Mr Jo and wife arrived Louisville last Saturday night Mr M R Powell and wife Kimble paid the News a visit last Thursday Mrs M L Mitchell has quite sick for tbe past week Mr Rollin Hurt was on a profession al visit to Metcalfe county last week Mr R K Young of Waterview was in Columbia the first of the week Mr Ceo Yates and J C Yates Bradfordsville were in Adair last weekMr J N Coffey is in Louisville this week purchasing goods for Hughes Coffey Hunter Mr Jo Russell Jr Louisville was lastweekMr C S is on a business to Jonesville Big Stone Gap and Nor ten Virginia Mr John G Austin the wellknown shoe man was in Columbia a few days agoMrs John Bell and Mrs A C Pull iam Nell favored this office with a call last week Misses Lottie Ilolladay May an Ellen Epperson Montpelier paid their respects to the News last Tuesday Mr P S Rowe and Miss Marrietta Rowe and Miss Sallie Montgomery will visit friends at Liberty this week Mr F C Baker and daughter berland county were visiting the family of lIon II C Baker last week Mr J O Russell and Mrs IUzzt- Murrell are in Louisville and Cincin nati purchasing goods this week Mr N S Mercer a prominent far mer and merchant of this county who was quite sick last week has about recovered his health Lctha Wilmore a bright little 31 year old daughter of Mr Luther Wll more paid her respects to tbe MondayMr H Dunbar Circuit Court Clerk of Russell and Mr J R Mor rison sheriff of same county were here yesterdayMrs McFarland of Columbus 0 who is a niece of J E Murrell is vIs- iting relatives in Columbia She was here for some months eighteen years ago MissMai ry and Smythe re tuTned from Kansas City Mo last night accompanied by their broth er Mr Henry Smytbe who will re main at home a time Mrs Susan Russell mother of- F Mr r I am now offering you a lot of bargains It be your fault and not mine you do not take advantage of them Diess 0 oodsJI wry Souse is pull of p I have the best assortment Dress in all and colors for Bkirtsi or for tailormade suits and fact almost any kind you desire I silks have the last for and in laces in the I consisting Blue and per yard full yard goods wide yard Gingham Gingham worth 74c trip Russell from been Esq Harris trip Cum News Fannie short if J O Russell was quite sick last week but at this writing her condition is greatly improved She is perhaps the oldest lady in Columbia being in her 87th year Miss Corinne Jones who has been at tending the M C F High School for the past live months returned to her home in Jamestown last Saturday ac companied by her father Mr G F Jones Miss Jones made many friends during her stay in Columbia and was a favorite with all the pupils of the school Mr W D Jones and Miss Ellle Brad shaw Mr Henry Kemp and Miss Sal lie Rey Marcum Mr Sam Nat Hancock and Miss Dellie Mitchell Mr Paul Smythe and Miss Carrie Hatcher Mr L V Hall and Miss Lillie Powell Dr A Eddleman and Miss Susie Hall Mr J C Strange and Miss Lula White Mr W H Flowers and Miss Lula Allen Mr B E Rowe and Miss Sallie Montgomery Mr C B Collins and Miss Mont Walford Mr Young Hurt Mrs L C Hurt Mrs E G At kins Mr M O Winfrey and wife and Miss Birdie Powell were visitors to White Oak last Sunday LOCAL JOTTINGS Wheat is heading Next Monday will be circuit court Cutworms arc said to be numerous and doing much damage to corn Mr1 J W Jackmen will be ready to commence his residence in a shor time We understand the Columbia Mill t The examination of teachers for the common schools will be next Friday and Saturdry Miss Lorena Pile entertained a few special friends last Thursday evening There were musics and games feor TIM BUADSHAW IIot words in the Republican Convention last Monday and at one time itlooked as though everything was ripe for serious trouble Mr J B Barbee went fishing with fits gun last Monday forenoon and had the luck to kill a carp which weighed lui pounds There was considerable frost liere last Monday morning but the indica tions are that neither vegetables nor fruit were damaged The bath cabinent sold by J A Sal man is giving general satisfaction Persons who arc i n delicate health should not fail to secure one 2241Westbest and cheapest mantels In the city They represent three of the best far tories and manufacturer much of their stock 523m 251centswide15c per yard 104 Bleached and Brown Sheet yardsLadies readymade Muslin Night Gowns 50 each Nice Counterpanes large size SOc each 8G inch Window Scrim 5c per yard Blue Cottouade lOc per yard I Genuine New York Camlets cot yardI Cotton ado 12c yard prLadiesMens and Boys heavy socks 5c Large size Cotton Towels5ceahI Large size Linen Towels lOc I Linen Window Shades on springs 25c ouch I Curtain poles complete 20c 9 25 pieces Terchen lace lc yd Iiadies Skirts 0I Ladies ready to wear dress- I skirts cheaper than you can make- i I themFull width linen Dress Skirts 25 cents- i Fancy trimmed linen skirts all new things DOe to 200 I Five styles in ladies white pi qua skirts braded and trimmed in inserting 50c to 200- i Ladies Blue and Brown Den ims skirts something now and as reliable as a silver dollar 50c to WHLI ERS CHSH roR1BurksIvilleat the residence of Mr Rollin Hurt For SaleTwo twoyearold heifers I One will be fresh i n three weeks Also two twoyearold steers T W Wheat Tarter Ky Lee Baker of color has the honor of catching the largest bass of the season up to this date It was 21 inches long and weighed 4i pounds When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and well located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly Miss Sallie Montgomery entertained quite a number of young people last last Saturday evening All present passed a very delightful time For SaleOne sevenyearold cow will be fresh in three weeks Also four good sheep Ben L Royse Neatsburg Ky Miss Mattic Taylor will lead in a musical entertainment to be given at Pagess Hall Friday evening May 25 Every effort will be made to please all who may attend A total eclipse of the sun is scheduled for Monday May 28 At this point it will only be partial and can be seen from 656 A M to 920 A M Smoke your glass requestetd to the same at once at t the News office as I am now in Rus sell county Moore Montgomery The meeting at tho Methodist church is still in progress There are good audiences at the evening services The pastor is being assisted by Rev Harwood James Cundifl was caught watching the spirits go round the worm last Monday night and was taken in by revenue officers and lodged in Columbia jail Cundiffs place of business was near Plum Point Wood Henderson and John Johnson were tried before Commissioner Win trey last week charged with violating the revenue laws They were beheld th over in the sum of two hundred dollars each Henderson furnished bond Johnson was carried to Lebanon A tramp painter by the Dame of Taff for Pratt was killed at Liberty last week by John Hamlin a brick layer Hamlin claims the shooting was accidental that he shot at a dog His statement was not believed and he was arrested and lodged in Jail Jay Buck Willis and Bob Edwards colored pare a fondness for the same girl Last Saturday night they met at the home of Myra Ellen Buckn where the girl resides and it Is said IdrelI J 200 v Ladies Blue and White Polka 1IBrown 25 Black and mixed All wool serge 2 to 300 Black silk skirts all the style 450Black crepons uptodate 250 to 600Ladies 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 1 Ladies Fine Button 60c Medium weight lace or button per pair 75c Ladies Fine Slippars 50c Misses Fine Slippers 45c indusILriouswho got in their corn early having to replant There is some complaint of the destructive fly in wheat but no great damage has been done The present outlook is that the largest crop for years will be harvested in Adair county We will on Monday June the 4th 1900 move the Judge of the Adair county court to so change the boundry of Har mony and East Columbia voting pre cincts as to exclude us from Harmony and include us in the East Columbia voting precinct C M and J F MEDAUIS A new drugstore will be opened in Jamestown next week The enter prising gentlemen who comprise the firm are Mr W S Knight and Mr Luther Williams of Montpelier Mr Frank Jones a popular gentleman of Jamestown will have charge of the store Mr Williams is in Louisville this week purchasing the stock I have made a contract for a large lot of fine flour which I will sell at 190 per 100 pounds for cash only W L WALKER Miss Laura Loy daughter of Mr Robt Loy who lives in the Glenville country died Wednesday morning the 9th inst at four oclock She was 16 years old and was sick only nine days being afflicted with double pneumonia She was a very dutiful daughter and her death was a sad blow to father and mother who almost idolized her Mr Sam Newbold of Louisville a short time ago purchased the tract of land in Adair county known as The Miller Field for 82200 A few weeks ago he sold tbe timber oil the land to Indiana parties for 4500 Mr Rob Mc Caffree the county surveyor fi ished running the lines last Saturday Mills will doubtless be put up and the timber turned into lumber and staves Mr T B Hazzard and Miss Florence Sinclair were married at Plum Point church Adair county last Saturday Rev E L Kilgore officiated The at tendants were Mr J J Watson and Miss Flora Hazard The couple will reside near Elkhorn Taylor count The groom is an industrious you man and is at present engaged in stave business The bride is one Adairs best young women We tru that they may live long and be pros perous as they travel down the stream of time If you are an uptodate dresser and want uptodate clothes buy a faultless suit or a pair ofH Buck E onlynup 8 11 and 1250 per suit pants 125 to 500 at W L WALKJUIS Childrens Fino Slippers 80 and 85 centsMens Congress Shoes 100 Mens Pointed toe lace 100 liens plain wide toe lace 1 Boys shoes any size 1 50 pairs Mens custom made toII I I have all trio uptodate styles in mons and ladies shoes call and see them They are at rock bottom prices Clothing I will now call your attention to clothingBoys coat pants and vest 75 cents and up Boys suit coat vest and pants 2 and up I I cary a full line lof boys clothing Prices alway below competition Mens good wearing suits 8 Mens checked wool suit 350 Mens black all wool suits 400 Mens Faultless special made suits 5 styles 500 Mens Faultless special made suits 8 styles 750 I Mens Faultless special made suits 10 and 12 I s cod CUT PRICES FOR CASH AT RUSSELL A MUKRELLS Granulated sugar Gic Green coffee lOc 2 pounds soda 5c Heavy brown domestic 5c Best blue cottonade lOc Best heavy striped cottonade 12ic Scotch lawns desirable styles 4c Calicoes 4 to 5c 200 wens assorted shirts 25c each Job lotlaces 1 to 5c former price 5 to lOc 10 pieces dress ginghams 5 worth lOc Check ginghams 5c Bed tick lOc 94 brown sheeting 12c Large linen towels lOc Good pattern curtain scrim 5c These prices until May 10th with sweeping reductions on all lines of goods to cash buyers Russell Mur rell Hawk and Terrapin One day last week Mr Sam Sandusky who lives between Fairplay and Glen ville was in his cornfield at work an noticing a squirrel hawk making pe culiar circles he concluded to watch it There were high weeds just un der the hawk and the bird would de cend in a few feet of the ground mak a peculiar noise then fly off was kept up for sometime and finall the hawk lit in tbe grassand comenced fluttering Mr Sandusky hurried to the spot and found the toot of th hawk tightly fastened in the mouth o a dry land terrapin Tbe hawk wa killed and its wings measured four fee from tip to tip T T Hancock Dead Last Saturday morning at 8 oclock the spirit of T T Hancock went to God who gave it He was about 54 yeare old and was wellknown all over the county The deceased was sick only eight days being a victim o f htgen crous hearted man and died at peat with all mankind The remains wet buried last Sunday at the old stead a large crowd being in siren- dance Who preaches next Snnday E W Barnett at this city J L Kilgorc at Cane Valley W S Dudgeon at Pike Schoolhouse Salemy I nRW H C Sandidgo at Union I F Walton at Ebenezer f I ofr M Pierce at Pleasant View W nCave at Mt Gilead They Are Very Pleasant tSmokers attention He has come at astoKeystoDcclgar Its made or cabbage testes and rotten stock bad flavor Ifyou dont believe it try one and you Askyourmerchantforye It erset Ky 5T R Morrison H IL Dunbarr V Dockery W S Knight DO Hopper Dr W G D Flanagan are the Enssell RepublicSan lVIe s Clotbiag My faultless suits are equal in style make and fit to any tailormade suit costing double as much Buckeye pants are ones that will not rip or buttons pantsMensMens all wool mixtures 8 styles 1 50 00OurUptodate novelty 4 styles 8 00 00TheStones 0I have several kinds of cooking stoves all good ones and will sell them at bottom prices All kinds of odd cooking vessels in fact I keep everything the average housekeeper wants IMy Grocery and Hardware departments are like my other de partmentsalways full of bargains 5cIsor ghum can 80c gjod flour 100 per cwt glass tumblers lOc set glass goblets 15c set scissors lOc trace chain 20c pr heavy wide collar pads 25c each good hand saws 50c wire nails 4c poun- dCarpetsBig Line of Furniture and All produce taken in exchange Be sure and bring mo your wool I will pay top prices for it MastarJo Morris Teely Rosenfield t nine yearold son of Mr and Mrs Jo Rosenfield is a very smart boy and if ue lives will some day be a pruusinessand has started this early in life to make his own support Last Sunday he was out in a new suit from head to toot looking as fresh as a silver dollar the outfit being purchased with his own means made upon the streets of Columbia Hisstart should be emulated by otherlittle boys There is aljways room at the top and some day Teely will be sitting upon the highest round surrounded with pleDtyWe are watching you Teely keep stepping Tee i s the same little boy who several years ago upon his return from Sunbayschool was asked by us who was the oldest mss He answerd God No it was Methuseleb if Well do you know who was the lust man Yes Methuseleh No Adam Adam Adam said TeelyI how could he be the first man when Methuseleh was the oldest definited School will not be located at Burks title The committee from conference asked ten thousand dollars from the Cumberlande notesyto accept The notes were placed in the Bank to be drawn upon when the otas tt didtwithdrew their notes and declined to have anything further to do with the project The committee will no make an effort to secure donations Elroy Adair county with a view of locating a school at that place The Republican Convention aet a new organization was perfected Valleye3 Taylords berrys course in the Kentucky Legis lature W S Taylor and VlncEn- Boreing were named as two delegates to the National Convention and a larginumber of delegates appointed tend the State Convention For SaleA good secondhand piam- and organ cheap for cash Call on q address Mrs J E Rice Cane Valley ROWENA Measles is raging In this section Miss Cora Ballou is visiting h Aunt Mrs TinaCook of Otter Creek thisweek r JMrs Hilda Alleji of Gceclsboroj visiting her daughter Mrs Eflje Mc Farland of thisll ce Mr Tim Carlo will leave this place in a fern days for MdMlnnvlHe Tentf Mr Geo C Brown and wife are vis placeMissentertained a few of her young friends last Saturday night Some delightful music was enjoyedbpIiIortusttte so CAMPBELLSVILLE Not for ten 3 cars has the wheat crop in Taylor county looked more nowII Fwill be plentiful The dreaded enemy the chinch bug may come to the front lOur Republican friends recently goicI lor Everything was endorsed the colored brother was fully recognized and eulogized Our citizens will learn with regret that one of our best citizens has re moved from this place to Lebanon While we are sorry to lose Mr Turpen the citizens of Lebanon are to be con gratulated Mr Turpfn is a big hearted congenial and every way an excel lent gentleman He was formerly a citizen otColumbla- There being no aspirant so far as known for Congressional honors in Taylor county Hon D H Smith has an open field and will easily secure in structlons at our county convention The late frost has not been injuri ous to yegltatlon in this vicinity- ORuuNSBURO Farmbrs are bragging on their wheat The News man was in our midst one day last week Several deaths have been reported from the country this week WeS Penick near Exie Frank Whitlock near Liletown Mr Easter near Fry Jand Chas Craddock Osceola wThe teachers institute for this coun ty will convene at this place the first week In July with Prof G W Peck as Instructor Tbe Democratic county convention for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Bardstown convention on May 21 to nominate a candidate for Con gross in this district will meet in the courthouse at this place on Monday May 21- Woodson Lewis will soon begin to madetMrs E W Coakley of Habit Ky s visiting her parents at this place PURDY sectionrMrs Sarah E Burton has been confined to her room for several month- sWieatts looking fine in thissection througherplanting corn BurtonIsMr Geo E Burton and Miss Rlssle E Burton were married last SUJlday5i Mrs Helston is on the sick list Mr Jfi Bryant and wife who have been visiting the formers sick mother at Ca Valley returned home Friday c morning y Mr Morgan Hefstdfi is in Casey cbBfti this week Ii h A Few Plain Facts Vc desire to submit a few plain to the consideration of all peace lug and lawabiding citszens It d oped o n Cultons trial for bail before Goebels body could be remov from the spot where he fell the wo The Riot has commenced Send GOO men were Hashed by Judge Den from Frankfort to Postmaster Per here and to other R le gaatwhen Benny knew that not a shot ii been fired or a hostile demonstration made by a Democrat not the Kelifethirstiness The two words Right Hashed by Collier tool WH liam at Lexington and to Cols Me gel and Grey at Louisville started the soldiers in the State to Frankto on special trains In contrast 1 this war like conduct on the part of the Republican leaders the Democ ic leaders were telegraphing th friends all over the State to keep qulC and stay away from Frankfort A half dozen or more witnesses majority of whom were then boldl oillccs in the executive building tes titled that the shot was fired from the office of the Secretary of State John L Powers when notified In Loulsvllielies and asked if any other rats had fled from Frankfort replied Caleb PowI crs and Walter Day also Louisville Mathews Caleb Powers assistant swore that just after the shot was flr be climbed through the transom into Powers office and found the ma inHedoor locked and bolted on the inside and a rifle at each of the three win ows over looking the spot where Goe bel fell He said that Taylor Issu 1hepardons to Culton John Powers Fin ley and Whlttaker as well as to Caleb asPowershopardonstearrestedat the arscnalin kitoselves with arms and ware held I n readiness to march an hour before Goe IDbeCaleb Powers told Golden that T bur had said he would pardon the men that killed Goebel Speaker Trimble and two of the Judges of the CourtSappeals were also to have been klll had ircoebelly quietly protested and advised Go en that he had better go and see Charley Finley Bill Culton and Caleb Powers and tell them not to let that be done At Wade whtrrevTsit behind Willard Mitchell with In ructions to kill him if he put hand in his pocket and these are t luders of the God and Morality par In KentuckyWinchestr Democratt I consider it not only a pleasure but n duty I owe to my neighbors to tellI t out tle wonderful cure effected in sy case by the timely use of Cham b rlains Colic Cholera and Diarrh oeaSold lkmedy I was taken very badly with and procured a bottle of this rem r A few doses of it effected a per r u nent cure I take pleasure in recla f mending it to others suffering tram it dreadful disease J W LYN citncsdap J rr W Va This remedy Is for sale i M Cravens Whatever prosperity the country Isai Kjriencing is not on account of Mc spVIle t f e prosperity It comes from theMr at of the toiling millions bat I i kind ProvidencewGeorge Manley was dragged to death a mule in Warren county A new organization known as knights of the Soil has been seton r ut in Kansas Itwas probably start- r by the nian behind the hoe A Gallon of PURE Laifmites rrr1 8 lm mates ttsUoni of the vroTBrar fAcrcta too WORLD for GSJO cr MJQIir rr nf your paint but Is TAR N OHX nmUKLK theCiPrKB WHITE LEAD and u ABSOOI TILT KOvoua HAMMAR PAINT Is jradijor the A roePAINT jlATEMAMsacJi as all good OBdHcroand THICK vrRT THICK Ho cewiow6sxaIIousa or M earooet anal 1t- f fOTTO CrfACK BUSTERt PXZL orOFHAMaClB PAINT COStIxmls IL 1pr T Sold and I du1j v rr Y 1 CHRISTIAN I CITIZEN GONE actsIsaac Nicholas Wlatamsreached the vdof his earthly journey last week higherthat He o 18 InIsapproached manhood he attended countyry cn ged in teaching school in Ruasell a bedn setsonand enlisted Iu company B of the 13 ntucky Infantry He was orderly sereAfor three years In Tile campaigns of thenlInttllvlfng dratdiefttAprll30 1900 a wife eight children Roweeo rs A Carter of Tura ngyand Mrs Liza Conover of Columbia one brother X T Williams Montpe The deceased was not a man w sought to pose before the world as some great one He was ContentEmlive as an humble fih theaexaJted and he ved to the measure of his conccpti never sat in the assembly of the bydad prellseiname was never heralded ab cared out for such things was known to his family and Erie a man who never entertained a dls nest thought who was absolu tee mperate whose life was never lu wjtednd and charitable and who revere IC edGodwitheveryfiberuthisheart He believed that to live is to walk the footsteps of tie Nazarine andat thataphe a Gretbeeand sustained by an un etaring trust e approached his grave like one who coducb him And lies down to pleasant dreams Nervous Prostration yedo rs ich at times completely prostrated me and made life not worth living I tried many physicians and no end of withouthere merchantty Ma Sttjfirst bottle went to the right spot for felt a complete change and now afsale ter using six bottles in all I am perfectly well Mite LKTTIE FISHEU by W M Bell Joppa Ky KENDALL Mr John Lain was in our midst week Mr T R Morrison was here Wed Mr E Dunbar received a m Wednesday informing him of death of his sister Miss Mary Dunbar Greasy CreeksMisses Myrtle and Florence Wool dridge were visiting relatives at Setvcroup elton last week and Mrs J M Lester are at the sisterked Mrs very low rDottomMisses Mamie Bow and DollieMo 1VertaSaturday and Sunday Chronic Sore Leg Mr J Richardson had a running sore on his leg for 20 years Tried doc tors and medicines without end or anya permanent good birLBNunna druggist Hartford Ia recommen MOrleysSarsaparilla and Iron to cure cause of the sore and make it heal Itfrom the inside A few bottles cured my leg and put me in better bcalthD than I have been for 20 years Sold by WM Bell Joppa Ky The Harrodsburg Democrat changed hands and T J BoswaH sue F DSpotswood as editor lDemocrat IMS not been affiliating with the DemocaUc party for four y but the new editor tum asces hereafter rsbc wU bstraigUcgsoas1 KIIita 3Fourbe8tf jIig3f your social post tlpnorbaBiai facceBS depend largely ly onadtepeil tJon tyoqr Stomach and Liver JK lobs Nely Llr f IIa glgelnceiIteasihaktyRt oleos brala bJffc ajw 4 23 cjat box wm Ae jwi t lite a new Wing bYT t l yrN ROLLINQBURQ- Lagrlppe Is the general complaint Corn la up oats are looking well and wheat Is heading out in this commfunl 14ty Prospects are flattering fur a good peach crop In this vicinity oolMr Sam Wilson Grernsburg spent Saturor rJdport last week Miss Lora Heizer Greensburg visit hed Miss Josle Wilson several days ofT last reeked Mr S Paxton who has been in Flor ida for about six months returned home a tow days ago The little daughter of Mr and Mrs J H Paxton who has been very low with typhoid fever Is Improving 1Mr Raz Wilkerson has been award ed the contract to build a school house theIa eration 9200 Mr Thomas Moore one of our best citizens is a very sick man Ill Is suf tc with lagrippe and beAU In his ear and never sick much before It is feared that his recovery is doubtful The following named persons are down with lagrippe Mrs S B Moore doughho Mrs Alice Hudson Mrs P W Gu Mr and Mrs G S Hood and ma Paxton Tortured A Witness byonwitness T L Martin of Dixie Ky before be gave this evidence Icough cd every night until my throat was then tried Dr Kings New raidDiscovery which gaave instant relief mgdsfamily for four years and recommend it as the Brea allyaud Lung troubles It stop the worst cough and not on ly prevents but absolutely cures Cot Sumptlon Price 50c and 8100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free T E Paulls Drug Store Mrs John Dwelly of Robertson mentalGod IstalA Womans Awful Peril There is only one chance to save your life and that is through an oper zatioawereby Mrs I B Hunt of Lime Ridge- sWi from her doctor after he had vainly tried to cure her of a frightful case of stomach trouble and yellow Jaundice Gall stones had formed and she constantly grew worse Then she gegan to use Electric Bitters which wholly cured her Its a wonderful Liver and Kidney remedy 1Tryby T E Paull druggist Peter Morrison of Christian county accidently shot himself with a revol ear the ball entering his eye and com- Ing out behind the ear He is thought to be fatally injured An Epidemic Whooping Cough Last winter during an epidemic of contractthe a severe We had used Chamberlains Cough Remedy very successfully for and naturally turned to it at that time and found it relieved then cough and effected a complete cure JOHN E CLIFFORD Proprietor Nor wood House Norwood N Y This is for sale by M Cravens Little Sarah Weinberg of Louis aged three years disappeared and it was teases shebad been kidnapped Her remains were found i n a vault several days after The ancients believed that rheuma tism was the work of a demon within man Any one who has bad an at = Jeddemoaiacenoughtowarraotthebeltet has never been claimed that Chamberlains Pain Balm would cast out de but It will cure rheumatism and hundreds bear testimony to the truth of this statement Use applica quickbas pfc111tsSthat A sled in Clark 6 untylaRt week I- LQe Asgly of iRAkins coaat was kicked in the b ilttHd obablyTatal injured by afcojse hewas rising The Grand Encampment of Odd Fel lows at toe State win bo hclfl itMt SterIngay16 Trustaredaco the price of prodtl6 fyf and iBcreMeithe priceet tl1iOJ iraUUUille Flee SM- Cf Stables I adyville K entaeky This beautiful stallion Jordan Peacock will I make the present seas mat my stable in Gra sJjrrUle Kentucky at the Ion price of 1000 to insure a living colt Mmuy sue when colt is foald or marc t ailed or removed from the nelglb rhoo- dJORDflM PEACOCK Register No 1148 Val3- TaUerttfi s that W I Grady Cradvville ICy roUter d in the National Saddle Horse 11ethrl Association of Louisville hy the bAY s allia Jordan Peacock foael July U9I larkeJ Star snip and twj ivhtj feet gBtta testified Jordan Peacock Xj HIS a a teat fnl bay 151 hands nun lsrje water pout tAll Va3 iuKeatuckyPNr3 icby P illlpMBlack Horse he by Gen llroroughSS she by CUlells LciIngUn hu by Gists Ulack ImortedJordanWllsoa Lew U Jordan he bylmaartelJordan ou t of Imported Piatena Jordans third dam by Imported Waggenor- In Jordan Peacock you will 11d the fin s style and action and the flush of a thorough bred ofwhich he is closely backe oa botilalds As a show horse be stand without a ival De leafing some of the very bs horses that ever entered a ring among them were Monte Crl to jr Thorntons Star Jane Carte Denmark Dignity D rca noted horse of the Chastetrre has been shown in the best fairs in Kentucky and Tennessee and never met a horse that he did not defeat at As a breeder he has no superior To prove this bU colts are wearing the blues over the Cfhisto his offsprings that kind disposition whKh Iu himself posses and which is one of the but features ih it mate a good animal In size style and combined features there is not A horse in czistenee better adapted to meet the demand a of everybody 0Standard Bred llazelwood is a Chestnut Sorrel 16Y2 hands Was seed by N nalwood I0t5 bebv Nutwood C 0 reorct 18X Nutwood sold fjr 1809 wb n twcntyf nr years old and was the sire of net mont Boy 21 and 5 more with records better IhvnijO II zolnro ds first dam was by Rch all ulu by il imjriu J Ciilef II he by U rajri no Paymaster he by Impart d Messenger TIts lice h rse wiI acres mares at a price to suit t e times to insure a living alt tJOlINtThs fiae Jack will make the prcsrnt cocas at 70 it Insure aiare with foal money due wn ntactlsa cur sine lor mare traded or re moved 0dMy fino Jack JO will make the season at the same place at 600 on same terms as stove Mr J A Diddle sold last fall two yearling mules by Gov St John for 8750 each If you want the best breed to the brat Ypu will and them at Uradyville W li Gi AbY GKadyuille I entaeky FARMERS HOME HOTEL G W oECEaoNN BURNS Mr t New Store HAZL1EWOob 4X4 The Best 100 per Day Hotel in the City ioGd- 11 Modern Convenience O O LARGE WAGON YARDS 400422 E Market LOUISVILLE KY i Russell Springs Iu The undersigned have just opened up a Dry Store at the above named place We GoodsI Gods Notions Booots and Shoes Clothing ies Hardware Saddlerv and Harness We u specialty of Clothing We invite your trade J D VKUGHKN St BROt 0 RUBEL T II RU1IEL 013EL 13 OTftE S7 Successors to FallsCity Buggy Top Co Manufacturers of and Dealers In all kinds of Vehicles Buggy Tops and CUSHIONS Write For Catalogue NO 142 East Main St LOUISVILLE KYfJ You Smoke Send For a Sample Box of BaiPds Little aVanas 3 FOR S CENTS 150Per Hundred 25 cents Extra for Postage 07CER tMILLI0N SOLD IN 1899 5th and Jefferson Loufsvillo Kyi c JJLAJR 1IItYINE nLATItr 2 A LAIR SONIDEALERS IN PERTILIZEJRSIColumbia Kentucky I oWe handle the Dissolved Bone Solubltr Bone rot and the Eagle Phospate t the very best brands Fat y KENTUCKY PLANING MILLIMoodyJohn G EMOODV 8t CO 1 BOOP BIB d1 Sash Mfp Dealers in Roug a Dressed Lumber- ST75IF23ftC7tVS 7t SPECIALTY We make all our own work and it is superior to Noi them work Estimates furnished by request Ninth St near Broadway LOUISVILLE KY PATTERSON HOTEL1 JHTVCeSTOWN Y No I otter place can le found than at the t Oo named hotel is new elegantly ftmifchfld and ihota IItIt all time= SlIp plipd with the best tho market affords reed Stable in con noction J3 PATTERSOX Proprietor EMPIRE DRILL IS THE BEST I Vulcan Plows Cultivators Farm Wagons Buggies Harness Saddles Bridles Wagon Harness Plow gear Deering Mowers Binders l Repairs Field Seed Fertilizers a specialty Get our prices f W F Jeffries Son Y Y Y Y 1 Y Y Y Y 1 Y Y Y Y Y 1 Filth Jlvenue Noblf I 1PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST DUCTED 203 HOTEL IN TilE CITY NEAR TUB THEATRES CHUKCUES AND CONl ALE HOUSES OF TilE CITY Q I5VlLEE s- r ENTUC Ye f RA 1i R DAf r PROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon Marble oS Works Y LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of MARBLE ANDGEANITE IItU1l Il IIRICE3LOVV WOi K Special attention given to cemetery work before etc We arc prepared to all kinds of GUARA1TTliJEDI WHI F JEFPBJES j J One the First Symptoms Falling Health in a Woman i- sNERVOUSNESS a Did you ever think that there is always a cause for this malad In women Nervousness is generally the forerunner some WhitesPainfulnessinaUofitsdistressingmtensity G Fa Pa- Taaae Yaaa It of of of IllFemaleyou will very soon be cured and all other female troubles This famous tonio has OfNcrvonsncssz have been pronounced cians Yon can be cured bv YEARSWithblcx 4 to the hpad remediesforalongtunehutfoundnoanti it is doing me more good than nil others I MK88AKAHJENiaNSGlenmoreGa chargereCLUBCare p Tena Sale by T E Paull DlUkgistColumb a Ky l Y