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Li i I v 1 i r j NWsVOLUME 4 UOIUMBIA AilAIK UOUNll RBNTECKi W fDN1 LAY DECEMBERS 900 NUMBER 4 POSTOFJiIOEtnJREJr RI at Rni eH PostmaItte f is- Or3cehuuriweo dg7eIdamtoOaOpm t QUnTJjniEcT ny OIXCUIT COOJJT Thxeb sesilon a JiarThld Wondyill fahnary th xd Yoadstrisxa iad Third Mondy In September Circuit JudgeW WQjnev t Commonwealth a Attorney T H W Aaron 8herlffJ W Hnrtff t Citric Jno B Coffey l COUNT CCOKT First ondajhieach month JudgeJ W Butter County Attorney J i Of melt Jr ClerkT R 8tulta latter8 B Mitchell AuesliorG A Bradshw Surreyor R T McCaffrec School 8upLW D Jonei Coroner Leonard Pletcher 3iTY CourRemUrcourt aeeond Monday in ach month IdieJ W Atkins orney Gordon Montgomery r CHUKCH DIRECTORYo IJr K fyTERIAN- BCltaarlLia t SzxMT Kev T P Waltoa pastor Berricei second and fourth Sanday i h etch month Suhdaytchool at 9 a m eteiy 3abbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BcnxsviLJLE BTBBBT Rer W P GoidonlJ pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at ft a m Prayer meeting Thursday night 3y BAPTIST GEEEHSBOBa SlBBBT Her B W Barnett v Vastor pervlces third Sunday in each month i indayschol every Sabbath at 9 a mi Prayer ceding Tuesday night CHBISTIAN Ptxa Elder L Williams 1Pastor Services Frat Sunday 7n month Sundayschool Over Sabbath at B mII Prayer meeting Wednesday night l LODGES J MASONIC of J tlarday night on or before the tan moon in each month OAKEMP WM 4 T B STUtmSec d COLOMBIA CHAPTER B A M No 1 meets rlint Monday night in each month J E MVBKBLL H P J O RUSSELL Secretary csrEss caxzzrc do I HENRY W EDDLEMAN JC8WMARKETSTLDUISVILLEJ Mao Dealer ia FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 408 West Market tla cock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREEit Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop QiSThe above IIotel has been re tted repainted and Is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests TaoltfRUpplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable loot sample room Feed stable at hedIt I COMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KYf HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0openTHand d Bolt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table is supplied at all times witii the best the market affords The- proprietors are attentive and very polite to 4 ruesta Good sample rooms building Is convenient the business houses Pint class livery attached to the hotel Terms very seasonable T v Lebann Steal Lanndry LEBANON KY f 04- a ti a rilOROOGHLY equipped mode capFgh Y ilce In the country Patronize a r H f home Institution Work of Adair Russell Taplurand Green solicited r ss OflNSTONGOPilu mMIL 6R geRtSr i i ijJQHmM1rl f K R j i J I t tt Ciatr ilr Dont take a peel of cep old lth d l f f r UJ to bnr9 a plstof x- r hen adaso of Yorley s Liver Bills 0 1r iliOi vlll tribeRhik icebj su ar tooted Deli Uj 1 y y iT rf f1 Say Do You Know That the average men counts iltue by pay days That no woman Is as pretty as she sometimes look b That if pan want to be successful erdontThat the road to success Is paved with good advertisements That whether life Is worth lvlngI depends greatly upon the liver That a bright smile is a womans molasses that catches the flies That when a man marries he halves his rights and doubles his duties That a loaded pistol is a bad thing to fool with or to have a tool with 613Thatwill some day know as little as hisE father That advertising is a great deal like akingloveto a widow It cannot be erdopel That the sweetest girls are seldom est seen because they arc at home busy at workPiThat the best thing that can happen to a man is to have a wife who is also chum That tbose who make hay while tbe1J sun shines iTre the most liable to get sun etruck 5 That to go through life with no sense nf humor Is like rifling a buggy without springJThattrouble is about the only thing some people tine borrow without glv security That there is only one thing that teritThat the women spend a great deal good money on fancy underwear t no one ever seesftThatways for love If a girl has htbougbThat good advice is good for the wayward boy but it is nothing like atgood whipping very often That you should never tell a newly married man a secret Wait a fewim weeks until he gets over it That any man can make at least one woman happy for life All he has tocis to remain a bachelor That you should not turn over a new leaf unless you have something sensi ble to write on the page That you cant always judge by ap pearanccs The girl with a sailor hat probably never saw a rowboat That a mans friends often knows of his engagement before be and th girl most Interested are aware of 1t1J That a palmist may tell all about the human hand but when it comes to p ker band then have to pass That when a woman JS in great- troubleshe cries but when a man is deeply distressed he gets on a drunkr That the lightning bug is brilliant but it hasnt any mind it stumbl through existence with its headlight on behind That much of the trouble in this country happens because men take tooTmuch time to make money And too lIitie to enjoy it I That the reasan why so many pe live beyond their means is because the credit system They buy more than they are abje to pay for I That hereafter when wc send ml s sionaries to China we should see that GalSr lings and plenty of ammunition That young ladles who evince a pas slonate fondness for the stage have al so a habit of evincing a passionate fondness for other womens husbands That when we see a married couplei on the train and the husband rides the smoking car we generally set It down that they are not newly married r Thatll takes a woman so long to say goodbye to a girl caller she doesnt like we wonder how long It would take to say frewell to a loVer off for r ar Paerper a new soon to in IclrculationThe old hWeverf isplen tjrBopdenough with which topay up a delinquent subscription bill We earnestly hope our kind readers who pleasebeprlnmtrot nd a greatcry going up all over the roinjtjy bbT exchange despalri ngly a iCiitfAbfi methIne be done to preventotfr jypung ladl S Jrpm be thestreetFatnlghtof Yes Bethink Kometbing can be done as Jnhare the s rno h r tuck her Into 1 I 0 lkr little t ii about 8 oclock p ui and lock the door on her That woman wa arrested In Cincln anti for deceiving her husband before marriagejby the use of a glass eye a wooden leg and other affairs toonum to mention The judge rendered a decision to the effect that a woman was not obliged to notify a man she had decided to marry in regard to any device or attachment to improve the work of nature In the construction of her face or figure tt About fire years ago I was troubled with catarrh of the lower bowel tt saysI C T Chi holm 484 Dearborn Aye Chicago and although I consulted sev eminent physicians who prescrib for me I found their remedies felted to in any way relieve me and the trouble almost became chronic After suffering several months I one dayI concluded to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera ani Diarrhoea Remedy and IC geg to assure you that I was most agreeably surprlsep to find after taki- ngtwo doses of the remedy that I was completely relieved of the disease that had cost me so much trouble and annoyance I am thankful to say that I not suffered from It since For sale by M Cravens William J Bryan 1 The following trout the editorial col moumnssentiment of the people Whoever else may have gained or lost in power or in reputation in theIelection just passed William J metamesityhonortude of all highminded Americans prIta of election under such condlI ns While the defeat of the adminI istration party was not too much to lope for it was too much to expect To have made such a fight as Bryan made and as he made it was glorious andc ne service he has done his country is not to be forgottenIIt is easy for those who look only to mediate results regardless of the means by which they are attained to condemn Mr Bryans campaign be it apparently tailed No man in our time has done so much to reawaken a faith in American ideals a devo tine to the true doctrine of liberty He had to battle against all the forces of materialism to sordid influences of wealth the tirnicnty of ignorance and the strength of organized power The odds were all against the man of pure bee faltered And the standard tith freedom and manhood that he bore so lottooThe people were with Bryan They are with him now even though manyc yielded to the tyranny of their sur foundings and voted unwillingly for his opponent It was they1 not he cuntewes rte uewed McKinleyism it will not be Democrats alone who will recrct that Bryan was not elected salvation of the Republic h tbeseliving Ideas which Bryan has Upheld and whit 6trt6ts bation will asI uponthusetvhucontioa s reward If the people seem tohave turned aside from his teaching now fibsY wfh return la If because it Is eternally lrus und needful Long before the boasted four years more of McKinleynave passed with its triurap ant ambitn- and corporate greed the American people will rise against itifor their own vIllwethmbsand recognize the work of VllljaniJ Incn of f lp i and will accord him the buyer fba bi bas nobly earned 5 a i IV l 1 j How to Curd Croup I i Ci lTr liGray who Hvpsncar Mtcbln VtnchesscpUptyiN herlalnK GttughR illtrfis the best medicine I have evdrusen Itisa flefirschlldrenvsrora1e 9 farct iip and no Tails to titert tVfiniSltcn RS sown asI thechfld becomes hoarser or even afto rthecrriupjrcduizh fins A 4ir lgped it tVi1Lwed prevent the altfccV This bduld be borne jp mind 6nc A bottle of the Coughliemedlkeptatbind ready for iaFtflnt4 istvSOOA tbtEe lIymptoms- r appear Tpr salerbyM 9raeMr Lwd Roberts hai returned lr6radlyusttow m a g 1r1 ry ci2 4- r Jiti r1- 7 r cf Washington Pleased Washington is always pleased when there is a Republican Congress be cause italways means a greater expen dlture of money than a Democratic one does It means too that there will be more wealthy men here and that more soap will be used to grease the wheels of legislation soap that will exert n beneficent soothing effect all over the city When either branch of Congress is close there is a possibility that a few scrupulous mem- ber may prevent legislation and Washington Is doubtful until it finds out just how things are going It is significant this year however that Washington is looking forward to three years unalloyed profit and happiness due to the evident lavishness with which the appropriotions are to be dealt out this winter and in the next Congress especially this winter DuriDg the last session the Republi made some effort to hold down appropriation In view of the approach ing elections but the demands of the favorites were so Insistent that over 700000000 were appropriated This session with absolutely nothing to curb them it seems certain that the spoilers will run riotiThis distribution of pork which has come to be something of an estab shed feature at least once every two year is of tuatara at this time hi st arriving members of Congress Two years ago numerous statesmen went home in high feather because of buildings authorized for towns n their districts or extensive improve nts to waterways the same vicin Last winter partly in view of the large expenditure and of the ap oach of the Presidential campaign bars were kept up The senate persisted in passing quite a batch ot building bills but they were all pigeonholed at the south end of the Capitol An emergency river and harbor bill was passed but it contained a few appropriations such as were needful in certain localities to prevent the waste of money that ha already been expended in construction There will be a swarm of contested election cases in the Douse of Repre sentatives this winter Every dis gruntled Republican in the South wno was defeated by the people of his ds trlct is yelling fraud with all his might and demanding vindication from Congress There Is no doab- that fully onehalf of these cases wiy nave no ground of merit to rest upon but will be brought simply in the hope that the partisan majority in the House will be inclined to listen to em j It was said by one Republican mem berthat some persons are liable to fin themselves mistaken in making these contests The1 Republicans of the next House he said can get along without these gentry sad in some oases may decide by the evidence and not by partisanship Conditions are such as tti favor such a pollcicy an there may possibly be a sentiment tot JwardrotJ- Pneumonfn P v tesAmong ttfettens of thoTasaridswho have used Chamberluius Cou bl1ii ally fur colds and la grippe during ti9 past few ears to our knowledge not- a single case has resulted In pneumo1 nice Thos Whitfield Cd249WaV bash avenue Chicago one of LIwot prominent retail druggists 11iiha1- elt In speaking of thisl says We recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy fpr Id grippemany cases as it not only gives prompt pad complete recovery but also counteracts inerpneumonia piorjsaleibyllCraVens I 11For GoebcIAlpnurac- ntik t l YrNQi It ems oTt w thAt the women of Kentucky liaveHSt i i the M inaUeir ifMfctfrig feu6lcrippopSto life Goebel raVnumeW 1l1lUJI a iJ tlc i o tbeahoutltr- ported 1C by Governor McGrctoty GUiffr1 man of the Mens State brgatfizatronV n C 1 rrifirrK Pfi 1i1hdrttie terWons atc Orgaei tltfriepil tts thatJjer ls on deposit WI1tfieItI 1te t B at rdrf IfdtZ i rge oftlidWoalcnadebalym6- meat bbl fun be sum tit 4G3 4i trl tuttrotti the womeD ttileSttite The State National Bank Is the eust9 dlan of the fund and all crlllectl hotiTdTaTtheirfifiifo as 1nbe pji iJie fgmittdlrectO that ban tQ h imptfalse fig tlli ir ilfiirlJ I r i tft r i C A Ml FURNITURE I FURNITURE 3 3i 3 i EEtr FEt3EEE Bedsteads Springs and Mattresses Dressers Washstands Wardrobes Kitchen Safes Extension Tables Desks Chairs and Rockers as Cheap as fillU PoInt South of the OhIo RiV6r Come soon and get choice of assortment at Bargain Prices COLUMBIA FURNITURE CO Up Stairs over WILLIS BROS Store The Reason Why Men in large cities either do not marry at all or wait until late In life This Is the reason people In small townsmarry young Two people com mence ThWithincommenting on what a nice couple they are and predicting that they will marryThings drift along this way until the gossips become impatient and then they begin abusing the man and say that he is just fooling the girl and will cast her aside The girl hears this tells her lover and suggests they marry The man gets mad at the gossips tind marries the girleiMarriages are not made in Heaven They are made by the gossips in small a towns Not one man in ten wants to marry The average man is in love with his liberty independence and lack of responsibility so if the girl wants to marry they may consider the gossips their faithful alliesEx change The Best Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bound to the affected parts is superior to any plaster When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give robedmore than pleased with the prompt relief which Italiords Pain Balm aslr cures rheumatism One application gives relief For sale by M Cravens The postal ruin free delivery i3 to be enlarged the coming year so as to cover almost the entire tin betg gladly welcomed by those districts to1 which it is adapted It has been in operation for some time will varying opinions as to its ud visability but adverse opinions are supposed to have been the re servicedmasterGeneral Smith has asked for an appropriation sufficient to maintain double the number of a rural delivery routes at present in operation null his expectation is to extend the system to call parts dofthe country liS soon ha practicable fromwhich it would appear that it is U success BO ear as put In Eraotice i tuth tell you that there is same 1 tljing wrong in the throat or lungs It lythecayse not the cough that youi must loofcaf ur Morleys Honey Pet iuffl searches out the cause tit trbu blelt beajs the inflamed surfaces Vtopsihiirritaiion loosens rife cough utdbyzage every town It Made a Man of Him A welltodi judge once gave his son a thousand dollars and told him to go to college and graduate The sun re turned at the end of the first year his money all Jude and with several extravagant habits tAt the tlose of the vacation the juage sold to his son Well William 1ie you going to iollegethis year iV i have uumltoey Tiff ertt BuMgiivo yiiu i thtusand dollars Oojsraduate biui i 4ts all gbndfitther I u Very wellniy son1 ilj is all I could give you t ou ten t stay hjere you must now payayuur own1 way lattice world ir AneWIfght broke upon the vision of thetdn5gcmHnVHeaccOmmodated ihfneelE Irf tbesftn trci1 lertJ home nitrb1W fthroughcilllear gradua tedat te 1i d t tiiej l si- pdtoni9 d FqYFf99r ulr the State- awXtirk J qtll g tetsbinet oft le Ptdr9t0 le t1JpJt d It-apstltaatwlll t tn pox sip di tor bfcs asn n i tber than Wtn ilxSuxyardirtlocrly Baptist r f l ilt n r r vriT f Iit A CARD I COLUMPIA KY Nov 29 1900 My Dear Pupils I will reply to your very nice letters through the county paper e letters were splendid the composition of each good I en joyed them very much In replying to your very kind question I will state yes I will teach for you again I will be in Cane Valley to begin work the first Monday in January 1901 I shall expect all of you the morn ing school opens We did our best during the term just closed of us must work with more during the winter term Just hero may I give you thought I Knowledge is not education yet there will be no education without knowledge You see knowledge is essential to true ed ucationEnjoy the holidays and be ready to enter school the first of the New Year I close wishing you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year From your devoted teacher 0 MARY TURK HARVEY Well Red Blood Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron not only purities the blood but wakes new red blood If you have skin erup lions bolls abcesses rheumatism or scrofula or if you have a rundown tircdoutrfeeling try this remedy and RdruggistCLOYDS LANDING Uncle George Heard is on the sick list The new Christian church at Julio is nearly completed L L Cary will close school at Julio Saturday There is a good boat tide in Cumberland river Eld Robert Kirby preached at Judio Sunday Rev Ben Harris Baptist preacher joined the Christian church Geo Moore and Miss Jane White were married last Sunday Eld Watson of the Christian churchclosed a series of meetings at Mud Camp Sunday Mrs Ed Richirdson has fever Mrs Jno Coe of Martinsburu R visiting her daughter Mrs Et Richardson Miss Annie Gary visited Mrs Fanni Richardson Saturday A Oem From Ingalls Here is a gem from the late Senator Ingalls In the Democracy of the dead all men are at least equal There is neither rank nor station in the republic of the grave At this fatal threshold the philosopher ceases to bo wise and the Song of the poet Is silent Dives relinquishes his riches and Lazarus his rags The poor man is as rich as the richest and the rich as pour as the pauper The creditor loses his usury and the debtor is acquitted of his obligation There the proud man surrenders his dignity the politician his honors the worldling his pleasures rho invalid neads no physician and the laborer rests from his unrtqul tied toll Eliireat last Is natures final decree in ebuity The wrongs of time are re dressed injustice is explained the irony of fate Is refuted the unequal distribution of wealth hbnor capaci yvplcasura and opportunity which makes life so cruel and inexplacable a trade pas asesin the realms of death The strongest there bag no supremacy defensetTbjmlKfety cQpt n suecumbg to he Invincible adversiryiwbg d tDijalike rand the v ligblshf th3f + t f t it T t sus I JJJa+ Blacksmiths + 41ND W oo ci wor3s err Columbia Ky ofwork Buggiesorme buggytires outlsfactionygfiy Furnished American Plan 110 Per Day ic 9os erg 8 3eotef MEALS 25c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER njjr WiJmore Hotel W M WILHOKE Prop Qradyville Kentucky I HERE is no better place to stop hotelGood Feedstable GORDON MONTGOMERY t Q l 17itl iWa COLUMBIA KY andadolningcounties drugstore DR M 0 SALLEE DENTIST Careful attention Riven to me dentiLJYand OFflCE Over lIu he8 Coffey 1 HunterCOLU3IBIAKY FRANK M BALLENGER WI- TllROnlnSGnNorton Go WHO ESALE Dry Goods Notions fits LOUISVILLE KY SHEET IRON STOVES AND Tin Ware Manufactured BY F T OUDGEOJl fit son Cane Valley K3 NET PRICE LIST AIR TOT STOVES L ngth tin2 75tin t 31uICommon Drum Stove 21 In 12 22 In 2s fo2GStove Pipes 6 in JS l1rItElbows 6 6 G In 10 YETINERY SDRGEO fbtulr PollmTll Splint Spnv1 orany e gical work done at fair prices I GUAKA7 tiSATISFACTION I am fixed to take i sock- S D ORENSHAVV- ll mile from Cnlnmba on Disappointment RHTAURAJITJAMES YLThis stand is located near ti depot and meals are furnished at nil hours at 25 cent8peimeal The I i eatables the couBtry afford i gaaVflittlfeg rooms for ladle 1 TilE AjAIR COW IIS Published Every Wednesday BY T131 Adair Bounty News Go iNCORPORATED CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor A Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter ests ofthe city ofColumbia and the people of Adair and adjacent counties =nntered at the Columbia PostofICenBaecend- class mall matter SUBSCRIPT N RdTES ONE YEAR = f1oo 600 SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE VERTJSING SATES Locs slices ten cents per line for first In sertion undiflTe cents per line for each subs quent insertionDISPLAY ADS Space r Wk IMo 3Mo 6Mo lYre 1Inch ii23 35700 003IacheeISarnchesM 300 600 18 or 4500 botBO There will be no departure from these rates ender any circumstances WEDNESDAY DEC 5 Congress convened last Monday Smallpox is prevalent in several Kentucky towns Great McKinleyfarm products are all on the decline Republican prosperity million airs and paupers multiplying If vice is suppressed in New York it will almost be depopulated A big fire at Fulton Ky destroyed property valued at 200 000 The American Army will be 100000 strobg before Congress ad journs but the people will pay the bill The wave of prosperity are s constant and rapid that only th welltodo and millionaire can en joy them United States Senator Cushman K Davis of Michigan is dead He was Chairman of the Commit tee on Foreign Relations Another stealing of 100000 strong is reported in Cincinnati This time it is the crooked works of the Board of Education now deceased Representative Richardson says tit i minority in Congress will give tli Republicans all the rope an thre will be no disposition t block legislation Chas Finley announces that will begin the publication of a pa per in Indiana in January Fin l y must have some assaran frinn the Governor elect A report comes from London thit a great fight is in progress bent jen Gen Knox and Gen De 11at near Bouxville in the south eastern extremity in the Orange river colony It is now believed in Washing ton that Turkey will pay the in demnity claimed by America the American massacre The great battleship Kentucky is in Turkish waters Briefs of counsel in the Cal Powers case were filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Appeals at Frankfort last Saturday and it is believed the the case will go to the court for decision thieue week A continuance cf the present wave of prosperity puce this Gov ernment will outshine in arts a arms any government ill the wonl but will have as many paupers all Europe The government hoarding money iher people buying bread Joe Philips who in Chicago last month j cornered the market on corn and run the price up to fifty cents is a native of Mea county Ky His first wife wa Miss McGee of Brandenburg and he is related to the Philips family of Marion county R 1 I thTarkes Congressman Boreing in all ab not he has i ever spent qudvday in deep thought over any matter that wouldadvance the commer cial interest of any part of his district He will likely be retired after he draws his fimorecans of this Gibralter should send a man from this end ofthe district who would work for the im provement of Cumberland river In our opinion Boreing is a better starrouter than Congressman It seems that Cuba will be free within but tied up without We believe Cuba should be granted her full portion of freedom and let her people shape their own destiny It was promised by this government and it should be done but scheming politicians will work many ways aside from plain and ere long Cuba will be a Stat- of this great American republic addingCabsple favor it but do not believe in aothe forcing process Mr Lilburn Phelps the present County Attorney of Russell has been solicited to make the race for the State Senate in this dis trict He iis a Republican and likewise the district hence if his party should select him to make the race there would be little doubt of his election Last year he graduated from the Law Uni versity of Louisville and having a mind well stored with general in formation he will evidently be formidable The proposed compliment o Legislature casting their votes for him to be U S Senator is as hollow as harmless They would not elect him if they could and they con not if they would Off to Buzzard Bay Representative Cannon of Illi nois will become an active candi date against Senator Callum if h Scan get the assurance of the ad ministration that its hands off claime ug com mitted to assist him in his fight Gibson the Catlettsburg child murderer has not been captured It looks like Joseph Manley has the call for the new Internal Revenue Commissioner W 0 Bradley representing the Republican contestants for th minor State offices has filed a petition for a rehearing 0RADYVILLE coodn yoL S Smith left for Louisvil a few days ago heC O Moss is in Louisville this week looking after Santa Clause goods for Wilmore Moss ceA large number o f hogs were oommumtylast Rev T Hulse is assisting in a meeting at Mannsville Prof P C McCaffrey is teaching a large class in vocal music at BreedingQuite number of people attended church at Big Creek Sunday Mr H C Walker wife at daughter were visiting the family I11of Mr S D Caldwell of Portland last Sunday visitingMetcalfe in obRev James England of Horse Cave was here last week Mrs Cetta Nell and family w i daysWe Mr N H Moss informed us a few days ago that he expects to erect a nice front to his cottage in our town during the next year oftdhe m 1 n county+ nehas located in our town willbeginthefirsttfJanqary a good school should make their arrangements come tAGrady vile The best teachers will take charge deMr W D Joa wMwIting 1Sweek 1Mr M y poachand brothsr an r familyVI r i- a lottlut boniy forlTz ta xl ere ey will mnk their future home Tom Dillon was calling on our merchants last week H A Walker returned from Smith Grove last Saturday where he is feeding a car load of mules He says the demand is good for- rstclass mules in that section Misses Katie Walker and Clara Wilmore accompanied by Messrs A B Wilmore J L Walker and Garfield Flowers attended church at Edmonton last Saturday night and Sunday v Mr and Mrs 0 0 Moss enter tained quite a number of their friends Thanksgiving day The turkey jellies and cake intaot every thing that was good were served and the day will long be remem bered by every one PELLYTON Mr W L Roberts and wife Ioe relatlnseD K Pelley was on a business trip to Columbia last week Miss Annie Williams of near Colum bia was visiting relatives at this place last week Mr Jasper Doss and wife have re turned fromiPulaski county Mrs Mollie Sanders who has been confined with fever Is no better The Sundayschool at this place con progressing Campbell Ellis Bros have moved their sawmill to Pellyton and in a short time will be ready for sawing Mr John Gooden and family of Tay lor county have moved to Pellyton Mr Bill Lemon and son have re turned from Taylor county sufteringtorMr Clell Goode of Campbellsville Thursdayf an aged lady of this neighborhood died last week She was a Christian woman and well liked by all who knew her KELTNER adis which was enjoyed by all present Mr t r j pefact j Mr W R Dohoney is in Louisville Mr Buckner Mauk who lived near this place died of fever last week appDlntmentlast a faithful servant and dont stand bat on the inclemency of the weather j Mr N G Dohoney sold a nice bunch of hogs to Smith Nell at 4c Mr Edgar Dowell who is afflicted with pulmonary trouble is no better RockyHillVESTER Sulphur creek has been a very swell affair for the past few days LoueA Mr Thos Burton son and don are visiting in this community Mr M H Judds school closed l FridayJ Breeding Eunice was hereOast week on business attendedle3ast the Saturday night visitedNeatsburg at PneumoniaPrevented vttpm edy for colds and la grippe during the past few years to our knowledge not a single case has resulted in pneumonia Thos Whitfield Co 240 bash avenue Chicago one of the mofiat prominent retail druggists in th city in speaking of this gays We recommend Chamberlainls Cough manydcases as not gives prompt and com plate recovery but also conntera any tendency of la grippe to result pneumonia For sale by M Cravens About five years ago I was troubled with catarrh of the lower bowel says C T Chisholm 484 Dearborn Ave Chicago and although I consulted sev llowl eminent physicians who prescrib fathil me trouble almost became chronic Af suffering several months I one d concluded to try Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and I geg to assure you that I was most agreeably surprise to find after tak ing two doses of the remedy that I was completely relieved of the disease that bad cost me so much trouble and an Irsolo by M Cravens I s cougQiheytoting stays in the lungs to cause trou setble MorleysHoney Pectorlal soothes thfHOOthJyIs removed Price 25 cents At1C your diny HO II Gall GOODS We have iust received our second stock for the fall and winter and in addition to our reg alas staple lines we have Hun r60S ot flrtiGios suitable for the Christmas trade Our house is crowded from morn ing until night with customers busy select aretNoofflllI iou Farniklu and nice presents to make them happy Do not wait too long but come while tilo St06K fistisFuH e We havent the time or inclination to write long windedadver tisements but wi close by saying we nev ahoGomuIotG St06K as we are now showing willinsatisfy you RU S611 aJMllrrcII t= c ML EIIHKEISPBEC OF GliflSGOW KV Is here for a short time to correct errors of refraction The Doctor is a graduate of the best College in the U S opthalmolcgy and finds few cases he cannot help lie will make visits Ui Columbia every 4 or 5 months and will cheerfully make any changes the eye may require for two years under the first cost While he thinks eyes fitted by him will not require any change of lenses for 4 or 5 years still he only guarantees for two not know- Ing what nature will do He refers you to any Bank County official or merchant in his home as to his ability reliability and responsibility Prices reasonable Examination and consul talon FREE Can be found at the HANCOCK HOTEL Deafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only sat way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustaucbian Tube When this tube is inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness Is the result nd unless the inflamatlon can be ta out and this tube restored to its condition hearing will be de- troyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh which is noth ing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deaf ness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured by Hulls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best The St Louis Republic Every Monday and Thursday a newspaper as good as a magazineand bet ter for it contains the latest by tele graph as well as interesting storiesIs sent to the subscriber of the Twice a week Republic which is only 1 a yearThe man who reads the Twicea week Republic knows all about affairs political domestic and foreign events is posted about the markets and com mercial matters generally The woman who reads the Twicea week Republic gathers bit of valua ble information about household affairs and late fashions and finds recreation in the bright stories that come under both the headings of facts and fiction There is gossip about new books and a dozen other topics of espec ial interest to the wideawake man and woman PARSON MOSS- BLACKSMITHS CO WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY 1We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low and terms as reasonable- as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co The FarmersHome Fire Insurance Company Junction City Ky 8200000 strong Insures all kinds of property except steam mills hemp and tobacco Rates reasonable Insures against Fire Lightning and Wind Z M STAMPS County Director T A MURRELL Agent A N WELLS for many years with the Continental General Manager LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extrashlppln 84755 00 Lightshipping 4 504 75 Bestbutchers V 3 854 40 FaLrtq good butchers 3 25a3 75 Common to medium btcnr 3 003 35 noose Cholcepackinganti butch ers 200 to 300 fts 5 OQ t Fair to good packing 16Q tbaxv j 4 70 Good to extra light 120 to 100 its 470 8HKEP AND LARDS Good to extra shipping Sheepoooo 3 753 00 Fair to Koodoo 2 502 751 Common to medium i 2 ZII T A I DrIUM6 IJftr rt i Yf J New Storej AT GRADIlVIL L KY You can save from 25 to 50 per cent on Goods by buying them from W L Grady for cash or produce Below you will find a price list on a few of the many articles which he sells Mens Saddles 250 and up Granulated Sugar 71 Extra Bridles 75 cents Coffey 15c Check Lines 8150 to 250 Two pounds Soda Gc Back Bands with buckles lOc Red Top Seed 30c per bushel Collar Pads 25c Trace Chains 50c per pair ITames 25c Wire Nails 31c Tacks any kind 2 hazes for 5c Claw Hammers 15c Two dozen Brass Rivets fie Door Knob Lock 25c 75QCross1000 matches for fie I will pay the highest market price for i Bacon lOc all kinds of produce Give me a call Lard lOcoAUkinds Hardware cheap f W L GRADY Proprietor 1 USSEIt1SP IfiGS fiOTElt KIMBLE K- YGeo Is now open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious hulldIing as the picture in I dicates and is run firstclass in every particular Q VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro Sreensburg Hcabenw c3reensburg 1p lfacu1t i 0GEO W PECK B S Principal Charge of Teachers Course Arithmetic Algebra and Science REV THEODORE HUNTER D Dt Latin Greek German General History and Ilhetorjc MRS GEO W PECK Primary MISS PEARL JONES Piano and Organ llgr1desIncludedreasonable Good board in private families from too to 8300 tier week intheGEO w PECKOF2EENSBVJFZC KY MALES FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL JlColumbia i Kentucky j 7 H BKLJLKRD PRINCIP TL I 3 E This is one of the oldest Institutions of learning in the State andaypresent is in a flourishing condition BPROF BALARD 5 schoolTroomHeNow is the time for pupils to enter Rates very reasonable Board during school days 150 per week the en tire week from 200 to 225 Sendfor catalogue Address all community Liens to A AHBALLAKD fColumbia Ky I t ItIEGER TlliUEf WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF SflODliES 1arness S and Strap Work 172 Fourth Avenue I Represented bg tl0 filI1Q LOUISVIItIt E y FURNITURE I FURNITURE f- i 3i t39trtitetrEEFEE fiIo Bedsteads Springs and Mattrei ee Dres lars WasbstIrdsr Wardrobes Jit6jinsI s JJ Extension Tables p ts Chairs and Robkws aGs as finyfolntfptn df the Olift RIVer comM on affd get choice of assortment afc Bargain Prime COLUMBIA FUIlNITuMEI t r i O tify tuttiUf Bfcirwr i1T1lS1J1 I i f i r ti I 6l i V r f rrrara J rWftKER LEu-D EHfMMER rRI E NN++NNNNNNNNN++++++++ +++ +N++NNNN++++++++ P Read Facts Below Then Come and Examine Goods Prices Which Will Explain +++N+++ N++++++++++++N++++++N Clothing All Wool Suits 3 styles 8500 worth i 650All Wool Suits 4 styles 8650 worth 8800 All Wool Suite 8 styles to select frcantf66o f A real nice assortment of suits in double breasted c o s t s and double breasted vests 810 11 ani 1200 nice as tailor made Boys all wool suits 8250 and ups no I shoddyChildrens suits 100 to 350 something nice Mens buckeye pants 1150 to 500 positively will not rip Heavy corduroy pants 1150 to 250 1 WALKER + + + COLUMBIA IPERSONAL MENTION i Dr G T Simpson was in town Mon dayMrs A D Patteson is visiting rela tives at Montpelier Mr R F Rowe Amandavllle was In town Monday Miss Emma Browning was in town shopping Monday Mr Ed Morgan Albany Landing was here at county court Mr Hiram Jackman Creelsboro was in Columbia Monday Mr W L Brockman Crocus was in town the first of the week- r C M Russell returned from WEVille the first of the week- r If as Garnett Jr spent several Bays of last week In Louisville Mrs Ellen B Wheat Montpelier is visiting relatives in Columbia Mrs Tim Bennett who lives a few miles from town is very sick with tyj P hold fever Mr M Dinkelspeel the optician will remain at the Hancock Hotel un til Thursday morning a Messrs E B McLean W S Mo- i Donald and Tom Dillon travelingmen were here Monday fir PT Znlfley and son were In town Monday and left a dollar to keep breakersiMr Columbus White who left here thirtvodd years ago is expected in on a visit this week i Miss Mary Harris of near Morris town Tenn is visiting her brother Mr C S Harris Prof E Montgomery was In town Monday Mr Montgomery will take charge of the Liberty school in Janua ryMr R K Young has returned fromI Cumberland county We are inform ed he will spend tbe winter in Colum bia Mr W D Jones editor of the Spec tator and Mr 0 H Murrell repre the News are in Liberty this JUweek Rev T F Walton has broken up housekeeping and he and his family are boarding at the home of Mr R L Hatcher Mr T K Powell and family have removed to Columbia and are occupy tog rooms at the residence of Mr Pow ells mother rt Miss Rose Merkley a popular young lady of Campbellsville full of bus ness visited relatives and friends in Lebanon last week Miss Amanda Stone a popular and highly accomplished young lady of Lib erty is in Cincinnati this winter at tending the Conservatory of Music Mr NB Miller of Nevada Mo who has been visiting his father Crocus this county and also bis rs in Columbia left for his home la Monday morning Miss Fannie Bmytbe who Is teach M fig at Glenville was taken quite Sick last week and was compelled to dis miss school and return home She is now about well Miss Lena Patteson and Miss Bett Roolnson Campbellsville were vls ting in Columbia last Friday and Sat urday the former Miss Willie White the latter Miss Fannie Garnett Mr Jo Hill who is out on the road representing a LouIsvIUesaddlery es tablishment is having a good trade He has been gone two weeks and at this time he is probably In Tennessi- eMrB L Grissom a popular and in dustrious young man of this county left for the West last week for the pur poeof locating We regret to part with so good a citizen as Bob Grlssoin PleasandOCiWoikllltlbgs t f per pair Mens odd coats 8125 to 350 Mens wool and rubber lined duck- coats90c to 8150 I ilineof Mens wool andI cotton faced Mackintoshes which I will sell at less than it cost to make them Black coat with cape all sizes 8115 Black coat with cape all wool 8200 Light tan box coat strictly water proof 8225 Light tan box coat strictly water proof 350 All wool box coat velvet collar no cape 8500 former price 750 No 901 The be st Mackintoshes madeit is heavy guaranteed 650 former price 950 Mr T R Morrison Sheriff of Rus sell county passed through Columbia Friday en route home from Frankfort While at the Capital he settled with the Auditor and was given his quietus leaving the State owing him S357 75 Mr A D Patteson who had an alargemcnt on tbe throat bad it removed in Louisville last Friday morning A telegram states that the oper ation was very successful and that Mr will reach home in a few redaysLOCAL JOTTINGS Born to the wife of Lorenza Dixon Dec 1 a son- Twenty fat turkeys for sale at 6c J K A STRANGE Bring on that load of wood you promised Born to the wife of B G Redman a days ago a son We need wood now so if you owe us I wood dont watt longer For SaleA house and lot In Columbia Frank Jackman Capt W W Bradshaw has just com pleted a barn on his town premi brseaMr C G Jeffries left for Georgia the first of the week with a carload of mules The common school In East Colum bia taught by Mrs Nona Cabell will close this week 1JTeacherColumbia JytWantedTo buy a part or all of a anroundColumbia Ey For SaleA good bnggyhorse a jersey cow and a road wagoDJMrs L T PoWtLi in that point lust Sunday i Monday was county court It being the last one for this year quite a crowd was in town and business fairly good rSeveral teachers of this vicinity willj attend StateTeachers Association which will convene in Louisville dur ing the holidays When you visit Louisville stop atI the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and well located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly But little stock changed hands her last Monday L B Hurt Maste- Commissioner sold several tracts of land by order of court atFor Sale Three heating stovesr three carpets one set of oak chairs stand several other articles A bargain in every case TFWalton Mr Charley Thomas anS Miss Best LInley who resides In Green wilt b e married tomorrow Thomas resides in Adair county leblrs Dorathy an old lady living new Milltown fell and broke her right arc one day last week She is 78 years old and is having a serious time Mr L P Scholl is aDemocratic dldatefor jailer ot Taylor county nominating Convention will be het Some time In the Spring For Bale Our farm contain log 23i acres on the waters of Glens fork three miles from Glenvllje and five from Co lumbia in nice condition well water d and plenty of timber Two good dwellings four barns Close to scoool houseand C11 ttBhr TbrXC x1LEP t15 oldmtla tc tr DRY GOODS MESS GOODS NOTIONS ETC Good Calico 4e per yard Percals 36 inches wide 8c per yard Fancy and Plain Flannelette 5 81 and lOc yard Outing Cloth 71 81 and lOc per yardworth more money Ladies Woolen Dress Patterns 90c to 8750 per pattern all new styles plain and fancy Ladles Skirt Pattern 60c to 3600 come and see them Ready made Skirts in large varieties 8100 to 500 Ladles Tailormade Suits all wool goods 650 Full line Mercerized Skirtings 15c all colors Full line Mercerized Satteens 25c per yard less than competitors prices Heavy Brown Domestic full 36 inches wide 5c per yard Bleached Domestic full yard wide 5c per yard Heavy checked Cotton 5 and 61 former ly sold 6i and 71 Beavy cotton Shirtings 7i 8t and lOc per yard Canton Flannel 6 71 81 and lOc per yard Heavy Cotton Blankets 60c 75 and 00 per pair All Wool Blankets 250 per pair Heavy Comforts 75 00 and 100 Heavy Wool lap Rugs 150 Good cashmere 20 to 50c per yard Good Jeans 121 to 33c per yard Ladles Under shlrte 20 and 25c Misses Undershirts 15 and 20c Misses Undershirts 16 to 24l5c each Ladies Union Suits all sizes 25 and 40c per pair Fleeced or Woolen Hose 10 15 and 20c per pair Ladles Yarn Fascinators 20 25 and 40 Ladies Yarn Mittens 10 15 and 25c Childrens Yarn Mittens lOc Misses Woolen fingered Gloves 10 and 15c ex tra value Babies Yarn and Eiderdown Sacks 25 and 50c Mens heavy Working Gloves 25c and up Mens heavy Cotton Sox 5 and lOc Mens heavy Woolen Sox lOc pair cheap Ladles all wool wrap good length 75c Ladles plush capes 125 to 500 all trimmed in silk braid and fur Childrens Jackets 140 to 350 in all colors Many years ago a boy who grew to I be fifteen or sixteen years of age in Columbia and having a disposition to roam stole away from the home of Judge Parker C Hardin who waS rearing him and went trot to encom pass the world He traveled all overJ the United States visited Europe returned and joined Walkers filibuster ing expedition and was with him in all was sothrownturned to Columbia in the early for to tell of his daring and wonderful I accomplishments As a boy he was remarkably intelligent and during his circumnavigation he gained much in formation and being a fluent and en r tertalning talker such men as the Caldwells Governor Bramlett and many other prominent citizens would sit for hours as he narated what be had witnessed and experienced during his long absence Who was he Parker French and today there are many citizens in Columbia who remember him wellperhaps some of his old school mates are yet in town To show the difference in times and that such travels and exploits as Trench engaged in are given but a passing thought at this day we have only to remark that two Adair county buys have recently returned from the other side of the worldthe Philippine Islands and doubtless witnessed many interesting sights and perhaps made their hair eath escapes but they have scarcely been questioned as to where they have been We refer to Ray Gridcr and Loren Taber The world do move A law suit that attracted the atten tion of a great majority of the Cum berland county people was tried at Burksville last week It was a suit brought by W F Owsley Sr against son W F Owley Jr for posses on of the property now occupied by latter It is valued at ten thousand dollars the most desirable farm I d residence in Cumberland county In order that our readers may understand the instigation of this suit w will begin at the beginning of the fam disturbance W F Owsley Sr is quite a wealty man and the wife of his who was a Miss Alexander that shortly after her marriage sh placed in her tiither In laws hands ten thousand dollars for safe keeping This money she inherited from her fathers estate Mr W F Owsley Sr is perhaps eightyseven years o age and about twelve months ago shlo demanded her money with Her guardian informed her that had already advanced her and her hus band a much larger sum than vv placed in his hands and he was no due her one cent Thereupon suit tea filed to recover this money In retaliation Mr Owsley Sr sued for toe property upon which she and her husband were living and the property Owsleey fifteer years of peaceful possession Thecase was stubbornly fought and decided favor of the plaintiff The case wl be taken to the court of Appeals Elds J E Miler and H H GIbby two ministers from near Salt Lake Utah are in the county preaching Mormonism They travel over the ad counties gyet an audience They have a church organized at Sulphur Well Metcalfe Casret sourn ty a and will later organize a church Mr G A Dohoney a former wen bAut countdy some Qe recently bought a lot at the Louisville Stock yards and soon atterr ach- Ing his farm with them many were taken sick resulting in six deaths State Yeternary Surgeon Elsenman was called and pronounced the disease Texas fever The disease is caused from ticks afcdls contageous The vat Slware tilpfed to LtjuTst jlje ftot Tentieefcee i mlssjIngI The Band boys have opened up cor respondence with a teacher and in a short time an instructor may be expected Mr W L Walker has recently made me valuable Improvements in his store room He now has the largest and neatest rollertop desk in town IAt a glance at the News this week it will be seen that W L Walker Isj offering goods at sledgehammerprices- Be has a complete stock call and see him We have received u letter from Decatur Ala written in the interest of the proposed railroad through this county which we will publish next week Christmas novelties and many other new and useful articles can be found at Russell S Murrells Read their address in this paper and drop in their store At meeting of the stockholders of theINewslast year theIdelivered John Coffey was convicted in the Cumberland circuit court for horse stealing and sent to the penitentiary for life It was the third time he had been convicted Missionary Institute of the M E Church South will be held at Breed ReveGetf E Foskett of Louisville will likely be present LostA red Berkshire hog 1to heaveears a time Notify me of his whereabouts Joint J SMITH of color tofr S act customed stables Counttstocse ati1 oclock Dont forget the day an hour The business wen of the country wl be glad to learn that during the present session of Congress a bill will be becowle mortgages etc Sam Breeding was in town last week and incidentally told us that Asu Dainron caught 30 pounds of fish that week and that his mill hands had kill ed and captured 13 coons in the Green river range Paid list since last issue Gus Jef tries R H Cuferr James N Murrell J W Tupiuun llev Jesse L Murrell I Lee Floyd N U Butler J W Jack man Dr G T Simpson 11 T Kuifley W G Cundiff R F Rowe Mr Clark Murrell a former citizen of Columbia was married recently to u young Nejsou county lady Mr blur cell resides at Lebanon Junction and is in the employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad I Circuit court will commence iu Co i luuibiu the third Monday lu January From now on the circuit court clerk writ be busy Issul processes MrJ- t Uf and his H wjlt do Ihel- rutiiostto get tip tlhrwofkf v J The citizens ofJamestown held their churchbulJdlnglarge crowd being present In the addressedbymipntlf ilri laplcgoodAt hiilygivenInmootbaskets JudgeWFtouchingted to strong drink to leave their ways telowlywhose sons are walking the downward road to ruin and as the Judge pictured the awful consequences of the drink tricklingdowning in prayer Boys quit the stuff Everydrinktrue manhood NOTICEI The qualified voters of Gradyville and Wilmore school districts Nus 75 and 12 respectively will meet at the High School building at Gradyville Dec 22 1900 to vote on the question as to whether the consolidated distracts above named shall levy a pull tax of fifty cents and a property tax of twentyfive cents on each une hundred dollars of taxable property in the pro posed new district the purpose of the tax being to buy the Grudy ville High School building The stockholders uf the High school building have agreed to give 81000U for tne two old schoolhouses in these districts In the way ofI selling the High school building The cost of the high school building to the stockholders was 600 This will makeI It cost the proposed new district 8500 It there are any persons In Grady ville and Wilmore districts who object being placed iu the proposed new htre port to the county superintendent not later than Dec 15 11XX W L JONES CSCS One of the must uncommon attachments forming a companionship we have ever noticed is that of dog and cat at Mr J N AlurrcHs one and half tallest from Columbia The dog i speckbut they seem to be so devoted that asdd J r through the day The dog will take hller one to the same as beemsII to the conveyance aud when 1hsnever or dwell roger h er in peace Let man take notice of this strange but peaceful companion reship Miss Pattie Montgomery Chandler the youngest daughter of Mr J E Chandler and wife was married lu the enIIngplay writer ana a very prominent gen tlewan The bride is highly educated and is very talented Tuo snottier ur- I the bride was Miss Lou Montgomery who was born and reared lu Columbia Soon after tho ceremony the the happy couple left on a visit to Eastern cities and will permanently reside in New York Mr R H Price has purchased lite Ktulliou Nat BroN uthe greats walking horse OU forth This horse wellknown in this Section and no one will regret seeing rite buck Air Price us well as many others have I special liking for the Nat Browns at wghtEbageownthisdelhbraflti Shoes EteINice line children shoes 60c pair Nice line Misses and Boys shoes 75 cents per pair uptheyI have Just received direct from manufacturer a joblot of Mens Wo mens and Childrens shoes which go lessthan heaI Ihavenewlinedrens high chairs fancy tables also plain chairs and some very handsome IInelrUJZsall w KY IfThe Married At Glenville on Thursday the 29thI ult Mr Joseph M Samuels to MissI Sabina Turner The groom is a son of Mr Zach Samuels and the bride a niece of Mr J A Turner They are popu frmanyiends handsIat did a tine business last year that I will exchange fur a pair of mules be tween the ages of 2 and G H K WalkupI The pupils of Mrs Nona Cabells school will give an entertaininen I next rlclay night beginning about 7 An frt rlIu program has been arranged and those who may at nd will be pleased with tho exercises Lsst week at Pcllyton Thomas Lem mOil was accidentally shut by his brother Owen They were out hunt inir when the accident occurred The lead of shot took effect In the hip but lie is not seriously hurt and will SOOIlI be well A Kentuckian who taught school in Christian county in 1890 on a certi ficate wrongfully procured and drew his pay has just returned the fullIamount to the State school superin tendent a rare case of restitution for consciences sake An infant child of E L Stearman d countyiedbeen much sickness In and about Esto during the past two months and son eral deaths have occurred Atprcsent there is no serious sickness Mr and Mrs R T McCaffree the young people of their section a i cial last Saturday night Atlcaston hundred were present and when the merry party broke up every one realized that Adair county could not get a better man for Surveyor than R T McCaffree The horse men of this section are ereby notified that the British Government will buy fifty thousand horse in this country during the next six months Agents are now at work and the notification of the arrival of an here may be expected at any time The horses are wanted for calvary purposes n Cctunfurtcsr new are I ilky hutcannotaffordtobnylotsarsdbuilIf buy and build in Columbia where property Is steadily advancing llcv G E Foskett treasurer of the Board of MNsions of the Louisville Churrytit a St Church Louisville will preach at U Methodist Church in this city Tuesday night Dec 13th Ills subject will be on Missions of the Methodist Church All are cordially invited There will be preaching at the fol lowing places next Sunday T Walton this city W S Dudgeon Hubert P T Breeding Providence i IITMossf Rig Creek L Williams I CauipSMllsvjIle J F Roach Harrods Krk T Jluffaker Smiths Chapel W P Gordin Mt Carmel T L Hulse I Grarlyville W B Cave Jamestown i C M Deader Freedom Mr Thnoia S Page whose former hnuif wis Columbia II a candidate fur j oe Ircrion tn the office of jailer f UYliMvr comity The local paper in 1rprNhrgufbinrsays 1lJeis a Dew ocrat ami the day never puts too cold nor the ui ht too dark for him to go Adadto ir eleetlrindayhi5irisurlwould tp grocerIe Good green coffee 121 c Monarch roasted coffee 18 c Soda 2c Ball potash 5c Humlny2cRice Nails 3c Large mackerel 5c each 175 test coal oil 15c gallon Polks 3 lb tomatoes lOc can Corn lOco can canYellow3 lb pie peaches lOc can canPeas setReal corniand L The phantom party at the resIdence- of Mr E G Atkins last Thursday evening was largely attended nearly all young people In the city being present and quite a number who live out of town The party was given by the young ladles of Columbia to their gen tleman friends and they did every thing in their power to make it one of the enjoyable occasions of the season There were manyridculous and nnlque costumes and so completely were many ot the disguises the wearers were not known Until after they unmasked Quite a number of spectators were present and much amusement was afforded At ten oclock a delightful lunch was served ThcmaKniiicentdlnncrspreadattbe Marcuni Hotel ou Thanksgiving Day was in keeping with this wellknown hostelry No man knows better how to conduct a firstclass hotel than Mr Varcum and he and his family are prfectly delighted when they feel that they are furnishing their boarders and traveling customers with the best the country affords The dinner upon this occasion was an evidence that the nnny boarders were appreciated and Icrfllyhou e There wore quite a numberof Invited guests all of whom desire to return their sincerest thanks Mr A G Todd Jiayirof Columbia informs us that hu will out serve the town longer as Mayor Mr Todd justifyLimtlllf Its notour business to state them officertlt ple of this town happy A man tviii will do his duty without fear or poste heeciirge the duties of this important position Children word has been received hero that Santa Clause is coming He is gathering up his toys and his wagon Is freshly painted and will be In Co lumbia on the night of the 24th of this niitb He is a peculiar old man and wii not arrive until a late hour He thereforeyou must early and after you are asleep he will sweep down UK chimney fillyourstockings then vial leis way to the home of other childrc In order to get extra nice things yi must not disobey your parents The Methodist church at Breedin struck by lightning last Friday dewas doing some slight dams tit the bullding The spire was dra troyed and some ceiling and weatbc r boarding knocked off A protract d meeting was going on at the church and the congregation had been outI r tIgo on at the time 1n all probability sevcv seriousIThe Green county grand jury i turned fortyseven indictments do fled as follows Murder 1 conceal u weapons 8 breach of the peace 6 d anMG i c man 2 shooting on highway 2 assnii it 2 giving liquor to a minor 2 u 11r liquor on election day 2 petitIan cuy 1 abusive language 5 housebrrtr 1 Illegal voting 1 cruelty toauu 1 public nuisance 1 It is reported that several aan i v e wUJ take place in the viclWty cf oTibia between now and ffcfefrsi f January It is said that at teat t one couple who reside in town will M u passage on the Matrimonial Sea Ti fI vi I manyhave Itssmooth and delightful sailing othiijj that it is rough wadturbuleatJr leeidlJie real fats Utt a trip The passage isOly two dollars law a but f SSSSa Bu ChairmanJonesSay Alc Brynji U atreat r ma- tont of the greatest in Arteries t ii Hay and his influence will be fe for tiiuijy years to come in conpolitics He is a giant in ii tellect and simply indefutiguM- in the prosecution of n campnin Whether he will be a candidate for the Presidency in the near fu tim ronmins to ho SPOil hub it is nut probable that he will Ibis more reasonable to presume th lie would declino the nomination even should it be offered to him Reorganization Y Oh I That is all nonsense Theres nothing in it and it will blow over in 30 days It ia precipibad by those who do sorted the party and gave aid und comfort to the enemy anti does nut represent the strength or the spirit of the genuine Democracy What they would do is to adopt all the policies of the Republican party and be Democratic only in name lint granting that there is cause or strength for socalled re organization who lifts the power within the prtr to do it now j Nut the disgruntled disorganizes who have raised the issue If there is to be a reorganization of national committee or plat form itclm not be done for fntrtjrtr ur until the treat na Uinil tjii yentiii Xo one nlse dtJiiP rztuszrz the purty 1 lit I ihu istmijfc4that must do p9fid fj sroty the liatiioal Gild jtrllLfiolml duvelopmuntd uf the next f ur8IItmuyb1 Jiid down primari ly however t hat the Democratic liarlymivr vary from its tSttutihtfd Iutiduiiientuls nndIL strict construction tlf tbeconBtitu tioiiaiitl an ltfu mug adhenuice to it principle and an tconomiI Cttiiy ministered government futJ th IxMiefit of the governed The silver question may solve itself Should thi amount of hYiJd pro ItMyxl m ample to maintain sufli uiiit vulture of mttali mon y ami insure th stability of prices the si Ivor tinestiom will hl1 subor diaatml Uut should this supply fall jhorv of the demands of tin trI titM dihvr question will he mal f prominent Tilt jis htion T of ilaslwriitlini nt s I th1I o of lution outH the huH tbsx J leliV the tujirMn emirs will decide nirainst tln pIl Rican law and lunrid thii I dn thr will bo a rpr hit iso on thn jmrt of t he of RopiiliUwns tli ins lvs against hf i n r the litllippill s rut JM svli+st tllt isi it 1901- witl IItlt ti i c iti prdi t ted GROWING IMPERIALSM VFImt the Country la Coining To Un tier the Hvpnlillcnii Ail of miailmtruu The republican leaders seek to make reople believe that there is no such is to Sac in this country as that of im I f rinlisin with its adjunct or prop of i iiitarisin I patecracy at home hut the exercise of ji indnion over alien peoples witaOut I JThIsray be exercised by a o JTCSS ma- ssI really or offensively tn by an npcror The obJectio fable thing if I Je exercise of arbitrary power owe r j oinquered tther than tre f el cy through wuch that power is t iercud The or thing in lort IS 11leralisui rather than an t nperortc an emII ror is rnfty sure to appear tonci rep1ijb Hal a asThoasfailscanrot herennectscanonly heJacktelv alrendJOWo as wasentrarahear ir lurr it is atl t tere M mrh the1nj 8W1sou05 11le ror as som hopllaflar an ny oomes the oxer CW arbitrary power by the presi it is nicertary to intrust him W Ji t irk power Therefore our hb i rty t lug fathers wisely insisted thati f ii larP tsndS r lriny must llIsWith iin irniy oCTOOOOO the president BssunYjis to governs without congress Instead of cbriwnitig the representnI lives of the people in a crisis like the present he takes action which as like lynot may Involve us in a pro lorgetl warolvrfst extent and taxing smni jrtsOurees in men and means to the cxtrcjne of Impoverishment and this iir does without consulting the I SrejkltatlvesL ihe couldbot do without a large array Without that he would haveta- call oangSsy together If thajipople show no concern when enormousrj incndYIlpell1orn as well as for imperialism or their 1poChicago rurbnicle yhi n l UM w m m Latest Intelligence Upon Matters pf National Interest at the Capital STILL TROUBLE IN THE PHILIPPINES The Administration Falls to Secure atAny CnnipnlRn Red Fire Ont of Iti ColonialPolleySecretary of State Slay the Laughing Stock of the World Special Correspondence The administration employes in the war department are carefully censur 1ing the reports of the amnesty celebration ia the Philippines It was a failure The natives were indifferent and sulky Not a corporals guard could be rounded up to go through the formalities pertaining to the festival Extravagant promises were made to induce the Filipinos to celebrate A few amigos took the offers in good faith and turned up with pictures of McKinley and Againaldo side by side and banners with the word independence on them Judge Taft and other members of the peace commission saw that the whole affair was a fizzle and concluded not to lend their eloquence to the oc casionSo republicans are deprived of this particular bit of red fire for cam paign purposes They had intended to have an alleged amnesty celebration in order to make the people believethat the war is over It raust have bcien a pretty slim affair when not even the Washington censor can lick it into shape for your Uncle Hanna The War Not Over The Chinese trouble forced the hand of the administration in the Philippines It had to admit that such a Vigorous war is on that 100000 troops will be needed to conquer the Filipinos It will be remembered in this connection that Secretary Root just about a yea r o was promising that the war woultl be over and the troops returning at this time The Porto Ricans too are making it awkward for the administration They neglected to celebrate the Fourth of alleging that they could notraise any money Yet they recently raised several thousands of dollars for a celebration of the festival of their patron saint They fluttered thousands of Spanish flags and the stars andstripes were conspicuous by their absence This feast day happened to be the second anniversary of Gcf n Miles landing lie came promising f freedom and was greeted with 1l0v leIS and the United States flag was flung to the ireecz amid the greatest enthusiasm Since then the Porto I licans have had- a imperinlismTJleour constitution They hero been starved under oppressive taxes and Spanish It is unfortunate for the administra ion that its colonie fs are in such a state open and overt r Rebellion ImperlllI hatedbThe Co aerlt of Hay For several da ys Secretary Hay strut about and reeeivjd congratulations- on being the only real diplomat in the civilized world With the distin TingFangChinese sources announcing the safety CongerTheporers said at once wereheinggain time Hny is vain and egotistical He stuck greatnessfortenr tment comes off its perch and ex pts the common sense view which lost people have held all along The Chinese have gainedtime torally their own forces the delay has sown dissension among the foreign powers preparing to march on Peking and the Chinese authorities are now threatening to hold the ministers as hostages in the Interior of the country killing hem if war is declared by the powers The motive actuating this policy is anything but an admirable pre But public sentiment has for once com polled McKinley to listen to its protest impcrialism our cit= jnswill remain unavenged but war A Pith Chinn could only have a dis end We never had any busi ess in tIle barbaric country Of course McKSnVcy will take no steps to rid this country of the increasing Chinese horde that tocks here to take the place of American labor but the fact that we are in the midst of a campaign made him much less valorous than when he promoted an unauthorized and unjust war against the Filipinos Democrat Ilnrmonlonn Chairman Jones of the democratic national committee has been spending pleasediharmonious and united The people the courageous and straightfor theIing to the democratic standard ofIbyhesage of the Porto Rican bill by congress and the lack of any restraint of trust republicans dont know exactly where to begin the campaign democratic campaign is a spon JThe ADOLPII PATTERSON iItis said the republican campaign managers now threatened with nervous prostration through fear of what Gov Roosevelt may say in his campaign speeches have at last hit upon the happy plan of arranging the rough riders schedule so that he will speak successively at widely separated points This will afford the colonel opportunityfpr spectacular dashes forth across the country which will delight his heart and fill hjmwiththe idea that he is stren tags and yet result in the least Philadelphlnm 1 y t F ART OF GROWING ItOMi- Ax Interesting Experiment ad tie IB plettents for Trying It This paper concerns blotsblots of ink made on C11hapstion they have assumed shapes of del icate pattern and extreme beautyI If the reader has never before read of beautiful ink bloti and certainly the wordi would appear paradoxi callet him read on and maybe ho will become 10 fascinated with the idea that he will take up the hobby of cultivating blots with enthusiasm- It must be explained that the blots under discussion are not made by merely filling a pen with ink and al lowing the drops to fall on paper they are grown and watched with anxious care until they attain their full meas ure of beauty and form They may be made with ordinary black or blue blaek writing ink or with colord inks or with mixtures of several kiT is of inks and as a blot grows the toO ora of the ink sometimes form ino differently colored concentric rings each colering being sharply divided from the next In ordertogrowbeautifalblotsyou only require a small basin an ink bottle a piece of glass tubing or a firm straw a piece of soft lampwick and of course some ink and blotting paper The ink bottle is placed in the basin and is filled with ink The wick is inserted in the tube wlricli is placed in the ink bottleand is kept in an upright position by a lidof paper or tin with a hole in the center The blotting paper is then placed over the basin eo that its center touches the slightlyprotruding wick The blot ting paper thus fed by the wick ab sorbs the ink while the blot grows in the form of a circle and gradually widens owing to the force of capillary attraction In less than an hour it will probably be four inches across it may finally attain a diameter of about 12 inches It must notbe supposed that there is anything at all difficult in the way of blotgrowing U you have not a Rosin a wick or a tube at hand dis pense with the basin put any extern porary wicksay a piece from a tow uls fringe in any extemporary tube a piece of a quill pen for instance and place the wick and tube in the ink bottle arrange matters so that one end of the wick touches the ink and the other end touches the blot ring paper and wait for the blot to developYour interest will grow with the blots It Hill be observed that the edges of the circles into which the blots form are sometimes serrated or daintily scalloped although some inks preserve a perfectly smoothoutline for each of the two three or more concentric circles into which they may break It becomes absorbingly interesting observe the different de velopments caused by various inks every new experiment yields a new re sultWhen the blot has been grown with a certain kind of ink it is interesting to dilute the ink with water and then to grow another blot and note the difference which will often be sur prising Or this experiment may be varied by feeding a blot with plain water after it has been grown with undiluted ink the water will often causo the original blot to spread in a most remarkable and unexpected manne- rPeaT60nS JWefiklv ELECTRIFIED STOCKINGS Some Interesting Experiments Described Queer Antics Robert Symmerin1759 described some most entertaining experiments making use of the opposite electrifica tions of superposedstockings of dif ferent materials or merely of different colors the dye matters in the latter case causing differentiation If in a dry atmosphere a silk stocking be drawn over the leg and a woolen one pulled over it the two will be found upon being removed to be very powerfully electrified in opposite senses If tho four stockings of two such pairs bo used and then suspended together they will indulge in remark able antics due to each of the silk stockings trying to attract both of the woolen ones and vice versa and on the other hand each of each kind repelling tho other The amount of electrical attraction and repulsion produced in this simple way in a dry atmosphere is remarkable The ex periment may also be performed with all silk stockings one pair white and the other black Ernest A Lesaeur in Popular Science Monthly Girl BullFighters A story of bungling and cruelty at a bullnflgiit comes from Bordeaux The fight in which the part of the performednessed by a large crowd There were six girls engaged and they all exhibited great pluck and daring in throwing the banderillos and in evading the bulls but when itcame to giving the deathstroke they were unequal to the occasion Five bulls were slaughtered and threa of the poor brutes were subjected to terrible suffering owin to the of itrength and sureness of aHaSwi h t Il CW1310 i- A 41 I t i A New StoreA- T GRADYVILLE KY You can save from 25 to 50 per cent on Goods by buying them from W L Grady for cash or produce Belowou- will find a price list on a few of the many articles which he sells Mens riddles 250 and up Granulated Sugar 7i Extra Jlridles 75 cents Coffey 15c Cheek Lirifs 150to250 Two pounds Soda 5c Back tlIds with buckles lOc Red Top Seed30c per bushel Collar 1ds5c Trace Chains 50c per pair Ilanies 5c Wire Nails 3ic Tacks any kind 2 boxes for 5cv Claw ITaiiiniersl5c Two dozen Brass Rivits 5c DoorKnob Luck Lie Tinware 30e per gallon Two Nurse Turning Plows 6 50 to 750 Cross Cut Saws good ones 3110 Sheet Iron Stuves 250 1000 matches for fie I will pay the highest market price fur Bacon 10i all kinds of produce Give me a cull Lard 10c All kinds Hardware cheap W L GRADE Proprietor FALCONRY HER HOBBY The Pastimes of Consuelo Duchess of Marlborough Falconry is a hobby which the young duchess has recently taken up with great enthusiasm She is also spending much of her time with rid ing lessons and bids fair to become as good a horsewoman as any of her English women visitors In taking her riding lessons she is usually fol lowed about the paths by one of her pet Blenheim spaniels Dorothy and Flossie Like her predecessor the American Lily duchess as she is al ways referred to in Woodstock Con suelo duchess has taken a great fancy to the particular breed of dogs known as Blenheim spaniels of which there can always be seen a great number about the palace and grounds It is spaniel great duke it having followed him through the battle of Blenheim un hurt Afterwards two or three more were brought to Woodstock and since then great attention has been paid to their breeding by the keep lees ers of the Blenheim kennelsAinI An interesting question has from time to time been discussed by natural ists and physiologists as to whether the scorpion commits suicide by sting ing himself with his own venomous dart Experiments have often been made which consist in surrounding the scorpion with a circle of fire usually formed by small pieces of burning coals One may then seethe animalagitate his tail in the air waving his dart to and fro over his head in a desperate movement and finally fall dead appearing to have decided that he couldnot escape from the flames and to innoculate himself with his own venom This idea is pow however found to be erroneous as it has been proved that the scorpion is not affected by his own venomous fluid and the hypothesis of his suicide cannot be maintained It appears from later observations made upon the death of the scorpion under the con ditions in question that a more simi pie explanation is to be found Thtf scorpion is in fact very sensitiveto heat and is easily killed bra temperature not exceeding 50degre6sC If one concentrates the solar raydup on its hick by means ofalgi on may observe that he tries by means of his tail to remove the cause bfdiscomfort It is this movement of defense which has hitherto been mistaken for one of suicide and in reality the scorpion has been killed by the heat to which ha had been exposed unaersuchcireu- mstancnScientific American Hanna proposes to partially buy and partially steal the presidency and Maj McKinley stands ready to accept the office time obtained Since the day Moses brought down the tables of stone from Sinai the moral relation between the one who stems and the one who receives stolen goods has been fixed unaltersblyKansas City Times Senator Elkins continues to awaken thc echoes of theWest Virginia hills with his shouts for Mr ilc Hinley He declares that the admin istration needs neither an apologist nor a eulogist The administration therefore Is better off who needs both Chicago Chronicle beams FiatulaSalve manufactured and guaranteed by J W Arianfs Co1 of Paint LtckK tr be a rtire curt for Fistula Pole E v II Sweeney Scratches Saddle Bftlls Enlargement ireasy lied Distemper BigTaw etc isld hy CAMPnRLTBROS Pellytnn Ky WIT F JEKFIUKS Ahnrr foluw sits Kyr P MlMKit RON Strr It Ky J tYftNl l9 d l i i io1 i1 it + rtl a I2 1alil Dear For His I eg B D 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