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J T TH ADAIE COUNTY NEWSI E VOLUME 4 r09LUMBIA AMIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL tt 1901 NUMBER 22 POSTUFFICE DIRE TORY J Russell Postmaster Omcehoursweekdays700a m to9 COURT DIRECTO OlacuITcoualT tel sessions a Monday in January third Monday In third Monday in September Circuit Judge W W Jones Commonwealth Altorne yNIL W aronItSheriff J W Hurt Clerk Jno Coffey First Monday in each month JudgoJ W Butler jj County AttorneyJas OstnettJr ClerkT R Stults jstler Mitchell s8eorG Bradshaw f Surveyor T McCaffreo School SuptW Jones Lr CoronerLeonard Pletcherth fithachorneyGordon Montgomery 1ron CHURCH DIRECTORY we a sympBUnasVILLBpastor Services second and fourth Sun n each month Sundayschool at n m abbath Prayer meeting every wean night METHODIST ifami Rev W P a 2dSundayschoolmeeting Thursday nighttownasal BAPTIST GnaassBUROSTRBRTRev our E W Bet J deathStar Services third Sunday ineachat iandayschol every Sabbath at a m fJyer3d steering Tuesday night in CHRISTIAN Jtry to eignPastormonth Sundayschool every Sabbathga m IS Prayer meeting Wednesday night his LODGES 4th published MASONIC and a No F and AtRegUtothl ar meeting in their hall over bar on dayntghton or before the full ma In each month GAKE WM- T B Sect R meets first Monday night in each month J E MUBM B P W W Secretary i the current SverySVSnrESS c who s shore win with 5CANE S never stream HENRY W ED3LEMAN place 4DBVlMARKEiSTUUISVILLEKYd Ie by Also Dealer In who FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRA SbreasI Remember the place 408 Vest rarketerous Hancock flotobusine BURKSVILLE STREEiwill opensCOlumbia JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0expenI0ttedthe comfortable accommodation guests Table supplied with the best fares the market affords Rates reasonable else good sample room Feed stable at tachedbooks POMFRPiAI HOTEL erates InJAMESTOWN HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors seers JTHRdepartmentssees j with the very best the market affords The f befclass livery attached to the hotel Terms very teisonable from ed in Lebann Steam Laundry difficulty much he will LEBANON KY 0t nrHOROUGHLYequppedmodernI exper fenced workmen and dcing as hi grade work as can be turned out- place any al in the country Patronize a get any home institution Work of Russell Taplor and Green W JOHNSTON GO Prowhen REED MILLER Agents100b coyeryColumbiapou kilo Srid all other obstructions to good iced tttudth pro immediately removed from Bronchitis TroubJptt BBSPtJosted a dose Bald by bottles d MEN OF COLUHBIA ComtoI intelligenRY ce a w life while en route f h was received and a mPOtI- i young men of Columbia once called and held in the hnuse to pay tribute to liory he following resolutions were pted IVHEBEAS As our beneficent ntor has taken from the walks life one of our noble bravo and young men Mont White e bloom of young manhood bright prospects and laud ambition and He being the on of fond and loving parents deem it our duty and esteem it great privilege to express our athy in this sad bereaved deatbjcommunity a worthy citizen t a devoted child and t one of her Joyal sons That the young men of th attend the burial in a body special tribute of respect to deceased companion who we sorely regret That we udmire his coura response to a call of his coun fight her battles in a for land and in whose seivi stout and volcombedmepreciousThat these resolutions in our county papers copy of same be presented bereaved family Luck and Work Theres river called Luck that Mafloodtreasure which by her false arrives will never make actitsvain hoping his fortune to will wait till locks are frosty hoar for his shipit will come in But a far other is the river of Worko- her n swelling and vigorous tide no is reserved for the drone an shirk they must loiter an her side And the man with confidence boldness a pluckembarks on her affluent will sailsmoothly on and up with his luck by gen fortune caressedEx A New ThingDerailrods which handle the ss to Buffalo this summer when the exposition there sell what they call coupon books These books will include pafarese Each book contains se coupons which will be good coferr hack hire and everythiW that a person is required tothewhen going sight seeing The are gotten out by an orga nifew biCompanywith the railroads Th to prevent extorts practiced upon Big to W Winters an inmate Western Asylum for the Insane attempted suicide by beating almost to a jellywithan which he worked loosemay the window When discov his room he had lost so blood that it was with great that he was restored to consciousness It is thought tb rjDavjessn Nifflit Was Her Terror ue would cough nearly all night Applegateg of and could her sleep I had consumption so wonredutfur all other medicines failed three of Dr Kings New wholly cured me and I ed Its absolutely gaerr rotate Coughs Colds Lagrip and all Throat andLu Price 50c and IoO Tr salfree at Paulis drugstore AOUINALDO TAKES OATH He Swears Allegiance to the Govern ment of the United States 2Secrethoorrp Root has just made public t receivedrig at morning at 8 oclock erahisWashington Since arrival at Manila Agniualdo has been at Mulacauau investigating coed tions in the archipelago He ha reliedalmost entirely upon the instructive advice of Chief bArellausubscribed and swore to the dec annnaareport MACABTHUK folpI hereby renounce all allegi ance to any and all socalled revo lutionary governments in the Philippine Islands and recognize and accept the supreme authority Americbe thehet true faith and allegi Iisat all times conduct myself as a faithful and lawabiding citi willsenot or indirectly givegany enemy United States nor will I abet enemyceupon myself these untary obligations without any ntal reservations orpurpose of so help me God beFour asterisks in the cablegram mark a passage withheld from pub licatiou about which the officials will say nothing now Notwithstanding the taking of of the oath by Aguinaldo e still of will be held as a prisoner by Gen cArthur It is possible he may granted more liberty of action but he will not be afforded com plete freedom for the present The ion of Aguinaldo in taking the it is believed at the War De partment will have farreaching effect in the pacification of the islands The Atlanta Constitution is right Mr Bryan brought no partydwhen Mr Cleveland deliberately ridreversed Democratic teachings and Democratic practices after his second election Owensboro Messenger The Constitution is right but Messenger is nut right The ed mocratic party itself was at fault when it nominated Grover Cleveland in 1892 and elected him President His views were know on the money question when he was nominated and he took no ins to conceal them He was as from being a Democrat when he was nominated in 1892 as he was after he was elected President to what the South and est considered Democracy ye South and West nominated so him The News was one of th papers in Kentucky which tterly fought his nomination in 92 knowing then that his view 1Va1eneedhtno s conceal them Unlike a great in advoofcate one thing before the people and then when elected go just to hans SInS to answer for to Democracy froth our standpoint but doubledealing and deceit are not among themrElizabethtown News t atMarlon Kooke manager for TL M a large importer of floe at 658 Milwaukee Ayes Chicago say During the latest acre weather 1 caught a dreadful col which kept me awake at night and duslyg my w taking Chamberlains Cough Reined a severe cold at that time which seemed to relieve her so quickly that acD1sled like magic and I began to improve analaneel very to its mer for CravensrigThis paper and the Courier Journal etxbr yWt 3r t J nissionary Institute The following is the program of the Missionary Institute to be held at Columbia Ky April 12 and 14tb 1001 evaoglazeCampbellh fur 1af f rIlsslluliPEWilly Thomas 3 How are we to begets Misslona consclencePV P Thomas James Wooldridgeand A Goodman A r MitinnsJJohnson cuff susc d ler G Y Wilson and DT Tarter 6 Has tbeMissionary effort In China SP7 What progress has the Columbia District made in Missionary work dur ing the last four yearSPJ L Murreil j W Watson Joe Wooldridge 8 What is the relation of locI workJwell E g ham 9 What can the laymen doO TITriplett F R Winfrey BBGrissom 10 What work has woman done fur Missions and what benefits has she re clevedMrs G Y Wilson Mrs Dr psona are urged to be present and praythatus J L MUBUKLL T L HULSE WP OUDOK Coin In the defense in the Powe- rcaseat Georgetown were engage- the ablest lawyers the prisoner- could find They badgered an bullyragged Judge Cantrill in an effort to provoke him into a ones tionable ruling They took 847 exceptions to his rulings alith while keeping up a villainous au vicious attack through the organs assassination on his personal character and judicial honor ye the partisan majority of the CourtD Appeals can only find in four these 847 xceptiona any possible basio for reversal A arena minority opinion sustains the trial Judge in all his rulings and the outcome viewed from any Stan point cannot but be gratifying toIJudge Cantrill and the friends 0 admire his character as a man and his abilty as a JudgeLou in isville Times An American artist in Paris now enjoys the distinction of owning thermost powerful and swift est automobile yet made It was I built especially for him and is of the same type as the famous auto named Mercedes which created such a etir two months ago at the Pau races This machine is faster still being capable of going nine tyeight miles an hour it is claim This terrific pace is only fea Bible on good straight road and to cannot be maintained safely for more than ten minutes as the in Bnnt the rate of seventyfive miles an hopr may be sustained for half an plyAlmost Blind Mr D Kessing Bannock Ky sap wetre weak from birth that she could not treatedeby several without benefit 11Myfrosm Mr ODaugherty Bannock Ky Three bottles not only restored her sight but made her stronger and healthier than she ever wrs in her life Sold by agent every town The Farmers Home Fire Insurance of Company Junction City Ky 8200000 strong Insures all kinds of propertySl except steam mills hemp and tobacco Bates reasonable Insures against ty Fire Lightning and Wind Z M STAPLES County Director T A MtmREEL Agent AN WELLS for many years with as Continental General Manager at of The State Board of Equaliza thed80 per cent which has been made the basis of assessmentv uudser willYbe Pe of valuation vent year of If you want life insurance the Con atnecticat Mutual is the company A good much cow with polrsR i sale WSfALL Bii rd iioo tONB eat I tine tla W j t Church Work In Kentucky The Central Presbyterian church of New York city has in the line of i active and most commendable missi 0 work sent missonary the Rev James Walton to the mountain section Eastern Kentucky where the mellow moonshine trickles from the stills a WfucheslrCr makes music in the bills or words to that effect and his first experience on that unhallowed ground is calculated to make a man wonder whether he b better stay and try to remedy the evil or pack up and get out ere it is eve r lastingly too late In a letter his very first to his parent church he writes as follows We are boarding at Lewis Hotel 1They have promised to keep us till court convenes March 15 which evidently is their harvest but if we fall in the meantime to wake other arrangements we may induce them to let us stay on We have been unable thus far to make ajrangements abdut a house or rooms You will be interested perhaps to know of really the first duty I per termed In the capacity of my calling We were busy In our room and recovering from the effects our four days travel when we were star tied by an ir regular succession of revolver shots medd formd I h two large bullet holes in his skull afl his brains oozing out on the frozenI ground He was still living but onl nothingdsheriffs three were there with their perhapts on Drink was at the bottom of the gogt e ground The law forbids shooting in himdon them and they killed him He was carried in and laid on a bed the Blue Hotel said to be about the worst house in Kentucky I went w see him a few minutes after but be had passed away The scene was pa theist in the extreme About him stood three of his companions drunk was asked and closed the dead mans eyes straightened him out folded hisI hands over his breast and spread a dir ty quilt over himall the covering there was I told the men I would like to pea with them and around the bloodstained quilt we knelt Whenwe arose men were weeping and I had then a chance put in a word of warning and treaty that Itrust may beas good ded good ground I expect to be iniated fully into myE duties this week We are happy in the work and pros of being a blessing to the people New York Sun ManilasManila April ITho sensational frauds in the Commissary department which were developed yesterday by the of Capt Frederick J Barrows oftbe Thirtieth volunteer infantry artermasterotthetioutherndepar r mentor Luzon together with seven Commissary Sergeants several civilian clerks a prominent Government contractor the assistant manager of the Hotel Oriente the proprietors of three the largest bakeries in Manila and a number of storekeepers and other per will be probed to the bottom Orders have been issued that nog man escape The number of men implicated in the frauds Is undetermined and high rank will not suffice to shield delinquents Col Woodruff the chief Commissary Manila said to the representative the Associated Press that the sere g ularities were exaggerated and th atAthe troops were always well suppll with stores Colonels of the returning regiments wrote to C Woodruff In praise of the commissary service Liet Warren Dean twith thirty men Troop G of the Sixth calvary was almost surruonded aft Malabar by 200 insurgents from the Sunga mountains Turingtheensailu re killed and two Americans wounded The ineorgenfe then retired 1fOVI assou8eeilaeaie boats rtg D11irItTtTO a 50000tsFor Nearest Correct Guesses on the Total Vote of Ohio on November 5 followsFor6000ofThird 1500 1000IdrrSixth w Seventh u n T 400 Next 20 each 0 1OO amountLngto 300 2000100II SO 200 25 5OOO 1000 10 6OOO 10000 15300ad50000In1901The1891 was 795681 1892II 8616361893 835604 1894II 7768191895 846996 Guess what it will be in Igor 6 OOOafAn additional prize of 8000 for any person making an exactly correct j beequally rte The aro 1OO for a yaare subscription to the Weekly guess81OOO81OOO for one Bnbrorip ioa ten years secures ten guesses guesses Enqui allyrBack From Cuba Washington April L Senator Proc tor of Vermont has just returned mallnglobservations concerning conditions in the island The Senator said he found a disposition among many leading Cu Plattdamendment as the most satisfactory theYareIwhoeassert that rather than accept ar y In Cueterference by the United States they war tor says however that a great many people in the country districts those whit have been at war for many years clare that they have had enough of the woods There is a disposition on the part of some he says to place a strained interpretation uion the Platt legislation and they arc trjiog to convince the Cubans that the United States intends to do Uicaigraib justice According to Senator Proctor these are not making very much hi ad way specially he says as liic dce gates to the convention arc now bear ing from their constituents the large proportion of whom arc anxious for a settlement of all political relations with the United States and urge the delegates to accept the offers of this Government generallyYof conditions Jn Cuba says shut the business situation is much improved American capitol is now being invest ed and skis has beau especially marl during the past three moutus Various enterprises are on foot there is employment for nearly everybody and the quiet and Ponce that Roan come to the people arc appreciated by thorn LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards U CATTLE Extra shipping 7 SI 5557o Llghtshlpping 4 2ol 50 Best butchers 4 154 50 Fair to good butchers 3 503 90 Common to medium btchr 275350j DOGS Choice packing and butch ere 200 to 300 tbs 000 Fair to good packing 160 Gll0o to 160 its 5 80 SHEEP AND Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 003 50 Fair to goodo 2 Common to medium 2 503ooI fourinch leg wagon strong and edtagocd running shape will be sold to the highest bidder in Columbia at May olcounty coutt day RUELllurrOlUNsoN FoB SALE Farln lying between GradyviliC and Mill town 170 acres three dwelling bouses and three horns well watered and tlmtiered Price reasonable J R SmuLEY Mil town Ky FOE SALB Seventysix acrpsof lanfl on thewaters of Be Cceek H nnies Focjiarticulafndbf3en tlnumbkXr i r 1896 was 10201071897 i 8640221898u 7931691899 920872 1900u 1049121 Conditions poototytuuooclM3T3QQocxoooiooj BRUNERCO WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS tit charge no commission on Butter Poul try Bail Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY Ifaa f IVETINERY SURGEON hlsiulr Pollevil Splints Spavin or any sur Jkal work done at fair prices I GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of e S I CRENSHAW ullo from Columbia on Disappointment ARsON MOSS C CO r BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKYV We are prepared to do any kind of work in outline 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 Nang Furnished American FlauR Per Day a iHie odaslcr 8 3Cotcl MEALS 25c 523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flgr Wilfflore Hotel 1 W M WILMORE Prop Gradyville Kentucky THERE is no better place to stop at thn aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached FRANK M BALLENGER wrrn RobiRSGihNorton Gfi WHOeSAE Dru Goods Notions FtoTLOUISVILLE KY i of1 FORSALEMy Farm coptalnlngl00 Jacresimpnmd gfod water and good younN ti k orchnrdi iPrScJwoo 1W T c1WrnrwCdeibla l r tti I filE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair6ountyNews8o INCORPORATED CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor Democratic nowipaper devoted to the Inter testa of the city of Columbia and the people o AdaIr and adjacent coUnties Entered at the Columbia Foitofficeaa second class mall matter SUBSCRIPT N SATES ONE YRAR I100 8IX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE WEDNESDAY APRIL- ANNOUNCEMENTS 10 FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized to announce P T C00 a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of Adalr County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES ABRELL a candidate for Jailer of Adair coo ty subject to the action of the Democratic par ty St Louis like Chicago in the Maroyalty race went Democratic By reason of the prospects of an early peace an the Philippines the naval force on the Asiatic station will be reduced The test the constitutionality of the Indiana law diefranchising voters that sell their votes an agree case has been made up at Rock port and appealed to the Supreme Court Carter Harrison was elected Mayor of Chicago by a plurality ofnearly thirty thousand He is nehxt idency Capt Ed Pelley of Dunnville as being favorably mentioned by the Republicans of the 18th dis trict as their candidate for the State Senate There is a move on foot to con eolidate Center College and Cen tral University Richmond and have the one institution at Dan ville The proposition meeting with favor outside of Richmond c A proclamation of peace in the Philippines is expected in June Aguinaldo is preparing his manifesto calling an end to the war It y is said that he is anxious to visit the United States Five robbers blew open a safe in rnbank at Chardon 0 and got way after clubbing the watohc I man They secured less than 200 money Two of the men were arrested at Willoughby 0and uro in jail The recent elections show that the people are against monopolies and combines whether political or otherwise You can fool em some of course but the American people can not be hoodwinked for a century The Democratic capture of Ted dys home precinct and Hannas home city is of greater worth to the country than Fuustons kid naping Aguinaldo The former means good government at home while the latter means carpetbag government abroadnDown in Hancock county the people are sprouting wings The to grand jury adjourned last Saturday after being in session one week Only one indictment was found and that was against a man for whipping his mule There was a brutal and coward ly assassination in Louisville last week Without warning and while patrolling his beat Corporal Rich k terkissing was shot dead A po licemnn named Haulon is charged with the crime and there is butV little doubt of his guilt A large vote was polled in the Ohio Municipal elections last Tuesday The Democrats carried Cleveland by over 0000 majority also ColumBus Springfield and Toledo The Democrats are get ting together all over the country determined to down the enemy of tbseomon oplg- t 1 h f Oh Mr Johnson turn m- elooseDurk Hanna The postoffice at Louisville has crossed the 500000 line in the way of yearly reciepts The salary of the postmaster will be raised from 4000 to 5000 a year and the office will have all the facili ties for delivering mail that the larger cities have Throughout the country North South East and West the returns in the various city elections are good enough for Democrats Roosevelts home precinct went Democratic by 145 the first time since Columbus discovered America Tom Johnson was elect ed Mayor of Cleveland by 0000 This is the home of Hanna abd inI dicates that the tide has turned The friends of Hon G G Gil bert Congressmen from the Eighth District were greatly alarmed over his condition last apzEYwas Josephs Infirmary Louisville The consulting physician had not resorted to the knife up to last- u Saturday and an operation may xiDot be necessary Gen John B Castleman and Walter Forrester who was Assistant Adjutant General under Gov ernor Bradley and a wellknown newspaper writer had a little knock down in Louisville last week Gen Castleman was the aggressor and as we read of the account got the worst end of the fight Both parties struck blows but neither one hurt The troubled grew out ofa report Forrest made to Bradley concerning t First Kentucky of which Castle man was the Colonel The administration has on more revived the story that t Sultan of Turkey is about to pay those longstanding American missionary claims Decency ought to keep the administration quiet until they are paid It has been bamboozled by the Sultan to an extent that has made this go ernment the laughing stock of the diplomatic world Gen Cassius M Clay was not wounded in last Fridays fight at White Hall A committee wil likely be appointed to take of the old Generals property and have him confined where he ca do no harm He is 91 years old vicious as a lion and evidently unbalanced Last Friday the sheriff and a posse of Madison county went to his premises to serve a writ upon him but with guns several shots being fired the old man drove them off Five young men society swell- of Bowling Green have evidently damaged the reputations of five Igirls belonging to wealthy fami lies who were attending Potter College a female institution known throughout the Souths The scholars board in a building adjoining the college and occupy f the second floor The girls intquestion had evidently arranged with five young men to go buggy riding at a late Itour on Saturday night The young men reached the building about 12 or 1 oclockIJ raiseda ladder to the window of the girls and four had decended to the ground before Prof Cabell discovered that something was wrong He went out and was hor riffed to find four girls with the young men He ordered the intruders to leave and instantly umber of shots were fired the 3 teacher engaging in rhe shooting Tho whole affair was turned over the grand jury and the young men indicted and the president of the school is now trying to secure their release Better let them eatCiw their first duck supper n SVeFunston and trust that our govh eminent will place him higherD but we also admire the courage of Agniualdo in his struggle to tablish Philippine independence He was entitled to all he asked have received it had it not beer for the insatiate greed of a few Americans Aguinaldo fought for the liberty of his country for the principles that our forefathers cal fought while our own country was fighting for spoils No Other tithisclose of hostilities seems to be al most in sight yet the cost has Uedn tendusTh e many pia r Day Spring 492 Day spring is standard bred and registered He is a beautiful black 16 bands high fine style good smooth limbs has fine action and is in every spect combined horse PEDIGREE Day Spring by king Denmark he by Star Denmark be by Jones Denmark he by Old Black Denmark the 4 mile racehorse and be by Imported Hedgeford thoroughbred First dam by Lex ington 2nd dam bySteel Dust 3rd dam by Morgan 4th dam by Stump It is readily seen that Day Spring is superbly bred and as a sire he has proven him self a wonderful breeder imparting to his offsprings size form and action the three essentials of a good animal He is bred to saddle and to drive he does both in an attractive monner and a large per cent of his colts do likewise Day Spring will make the seasou at my stable Ii miles from Columbia on Dis appointment Creek for the small U1 of 700 to Insure a living colt My jack TELEPHONE will serve mares at same place for 300 on same terms as horse Telephone Is 14 hands high 4 years old and I believe will prove a great breeder S D CRENSHHM New Spring and Summer Millinery We have a Complete line of Aleut Goods We spent several weeks in the wholesale markets selecting all the latest styles and novelties in millinery Thanking all our friends for their liberal patronage in the past and hoping for a continuance of the same we are 1 espeetfull MRS SflLLIE BRflDSflflW MISS EFFIE BRBDSflflW clone lives of young American moundhe s our s0 I hearts of mothers and fathers can alone tell of the great cost of s curing the Philippines of taking Ameheit was the action of a few menback edjby a party of politicians and in vestors The soldier however ha our sympathy discharging his duty well but many young men joined the army without seriously donvI gers attending such a conflict The desire to see the world or the ambition to achieve fame were great incentives to lure thousands of men from the peacefull 1pursuits of their homes Many of them sleep the sleep that knows no waking and yet the greed o 1the bondholder continues to sound- the tocsin of war QRADYVILLE Robt McCaffrey and Phil Slilrrell of Columbia were here last Sunday J J Hunter and W M WIlmore are In Louisville this week buying goods Mrs J J Hunter and Miss Lula Al lastsA B Wilmore spent Saturday night and Sunday Edmonton E H Hughes of Columbia attend ed church at Union Sunday Mrs Mary Flowers has been on the list for a few days H A Walker was in Greensburg the of the week shipping tobacco to Louisville market Mr Henry Hurt of Columbia passed through our place last week en route for Glasgow Our tobacco man J D Walker is recieving a nice lot of tobacco Mr W W Yates has returned from Metcalfe county where he has been looking after sheep for several days Dr L C Nell bought J J Hunters entire stock of drugs last week A Hunn passed through here last week with a nice bunch of fat cows that he bought in Metcalfe county at eta per lb also a young horse at 9S Mr S A Harper is taking the census of our school districts He Informed us that we would have a scholarship of about 130 Smith Nell returned from Met county last week with 120 hogs hich they purchased at per pound Squire Kemp bought last week of Nell one young cow for 925 Messrs Willie Hill and Jo Yates been awarded the medal as croko players detesting the champions JA Diddle and R L Caldwell Mrs Sallle Wilmore cntained quite- a number of ladles in this community last week by giving an old time carpet tacking Dr Ben Taylor of East Fork was called to see Mrs J A Wheeler one day last week who has bsen in a criti condition for several days Mr D J Schooling the well knOwn Insurance man of Columbia passed through here one day last week enroute of r Mr Taylor BoMhsons neat the line to adjust tho damagX by fire on his residence fa Mr Lon Shufflt an uptodate far iHJttolJeeiJBa COBmanity was bete V H r one day last week and informed us that every thing was moving a ion nicely in his section He had as usual plenty of corn bacon and Hour and If bee accomparert Young of Columbia attended church at Union last Sunday Bro Sandidge gave an interesting lectures to large audience on Easter Sunday Miss Sallie Diddle entertained quite a number of the young people one evening last week Those present were Misses Carrie and Josle Caldwell of Portland Annie and Dollie Dohoney of Milltown Messrs W C and G B Yates Garfield Flowers and C C delighfullyt ed by the society people It is useless to say that our townis not improving for it is only a question have a buildinfg erected that will be filled with drugs and own ed and controlled by Dr L c Nell We understand that the lumber is being prepared for a large building and when completed will be used for byMrto the new enterprise I was troubled for several years with chronic indigestion and nervous debility writes F J Green of Lan caster N Horemedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did tie tnore good than all the medicines I ever used They have al so kept my wife in excellent health for many years She says Electric Bitters are just splendid for female troubles tqat they are a grand tuniC and invigorator for weak run down women No other mcdicinu can take its place in our familC Try them Only 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by T E Pau- llJEWEL PEACOCK Registry 1232 This certifies that L H Cabell of Camp Knox Ky has registered in the Register of the National Saddle Horse Breeders Association of Louisville Ky the bay stallion Jewel Peacock foaled May 13 1897 Marks four white feet byPeacockJewellaC 1304 by Jewell Denmark 70 second dam Dew Drop by Artist 75 third dam by Cabells Lexington1 S x I B HALL Sec Sold and transferred this 21st day of December 1899 to D B Dowell East Park Ky L H CABELL Jewel Peacock will stand at sf6les 21 miles east Fad Ptfrk and will serve mares ic I will aJIJ s M tWO lt1 fife year olf Jacks BlS5el anti Totri t 5500 and if 01 DB DOWELL East IOek Xtetucky 1 yr L0WR1iESTO CKLIFORN1H VIA 66 BiU four On April 2nd Oth 16th 23rd and 30th 1901 special one way Colonist TIe ets to many California points will be on sale at very low rates from points along the Big Four Rout v For full information and particulars as to schedules rates tickets call on agents Bit Four Route or address the undersigned WJ LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen P TktAgt Assistant CIGIY1fiAT1 U S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky tD rPJGtUR1 Blacksmiths of AND Woo d TT oIrTtete rColumbia Ky I unprepared toed o all kinds of work in my line ami if you need re pairing done on your Wdgltb Buggies or Farm Implements iviueuibcr me I keep for sale way at bully tires rims spokes and 11 this of bolts My prices arc riiiit jvmJ satis faction guaranteed Gicc laoaeal Farmerso Farmers I am prepared to tyke your orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from yrur springs to your houses or barqs Can also furniab pumps of kind camper than ever Write to me atColumuia1frestlmat or call and sc me at the Murcun otel Yours truly gN WOOD Chas Rosenfteld Bro GENFRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 125 West Jefferson Louisville Ku tl Shipments of eggs Butter and Poultry suited BKFBBXCKS Ger man Insurance Bank Eradstreefs Agency Adams Express C- o1RichardsOnJD Go y COMMISSION MERCHANTS 138 East cMeiion Louisville Poultry Game Eggs and Butter Solititetl Reference German Insurance Batik 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JACKM AN Columbia Kentucky iJEwLnlE ST TBLir l iufl nitr6GOTdSCbck atsd Oaroiui Uri err tuurtcnus utunitiun given W njParties desiring rigsr ujillo MCK invited to call LOCATION Near the Uarciej Hotel Give new mIore 1 H K FUEKS Prop of g i PERSONAL MEN Mr M O Willis is In Louisville this week LoulsvlJIethis LoulsvfUelast wasnere IntownMr Attes Morgan of Inroad town the first of the week BIteMr P H Williams Yose in this place a few days ago Mr T A Murrell editor 1RevPresbytery at Danville this week p Miss Lula Allen last Sunday In Gradyvillfa hOg Mr J D Lowe Is in Nashville this e week selecting his Fall samples I Mr W L Walker returned from tbeF1111 I JJJJJMrtendent was In Louisville last GradyvllInle vile ber of SIIngbia Mhamday oMfa Octoberof last week Messrs Jack and Neal rH C wvastriketDr F H Winfrey who has b1 rePedhome Mr accomPaniMisscss by greater Eptag morning person left for Louisville indayomse Mr John N MurrelJ Jr al M Mary Harris Mr E K You Miss nd Julia Smith attended Ear ser Mr vices at Union last Sunday successful Mrs Kate Harris daughtejof Mr County n crats vttingthisleft for her home In Louistle last said that FridayraceJudge J R Sampson and of his A children and Mrs Mary Crams arriv Miss ed from Middlesboro last ednesday Senator night Mrs Cravens and th children has about will remain permanently date for Dr JG Staples will leap for GaL She is lion Ala this week whereie will 10 cations cate for the purpose of prsticing his credit BemewellcLnmpcatedthepeclalguarantMrwho has been in ColumHa for several in the months will leave for his home in a to Coakley few days During hi stay In our midst he has made many friends and every body will regret to see him leavcA small lIe thinks that busness will againthis call him to Columbia and in that event have he will be given a hearty we comelittle month The oat LOCAL JOTTINGS better11 We have fertilizer from 8105 toSLSO fair crop 3t A BLAIR SON It is Taylor County Circuit Court is in occasionally session at CampbeUsvllJedulteral of a brandsfertilizer eat A appreciate If you want firstclass fertilizer buy and r the Eagle Brands from A Blair Son method thanks Paperdated is h A trip countyMllady of Little Creek Is dangerous1t ers were sick erallmlCoffeyas The Bros jack pigs for is a nice one and has proven him fine oneself to be a No 1 breeder The Headllg AmibrandsAgent istered S J Bell Dunnville sold toJ Bo Associationy leifineyoung improvekeeplnlorresidence on Burksville street which activewas owned by Mrs Pattie Johnston MrsJosh Judge holdingthClellan An article on our first page The were Press of Louisville should have be credited to the Stanford Inter Court tried office is prepared to do all ki n sanotherof printing for stockmen Can furnish cards posters or folders at the lowest advertisement prices stock enable Jerry Bowmar a notorious colored he feltwas boy about town got drunk last Friday best night and fired his pistol upon rife the horse Square He was arrested and tried offers his Saturday and fined in a sum that will keep him upon the rockpile tour judge of moub getiiCCitisea Ii- I r r IONe worth ot YoMIved KEMP d U01 Turpen will preach at- thisGradhe fourth Sunday In moo Qojrst page of this paper r death of Mont Wh passthe young men of Columbia cant family of horses are knthroughout the State- I but rky Squirrel as an actor and Coffeywase ordering examine my per tailor made suits cheapest stylesorineup H T BAtt E Rhad weather clerk Is to be pill he was discussed last Sun sin Just think of It All thej hats and Easter costumes had kept in doors in Columbia or in that section I lost 360 or 70 The fin eras liberally rewarded P H WtzLrAMs KyIpastorLangof a nu years ago is now a student of Osteopathy Franklin y CoDnrt ThntsdSat ay was logflterm ComstockClfntoncounty w in Albany a few days ago with maliciously cutting a winJas A Traylor who spent he portion of his Tile near Bre Adair County died at his sear Hillsboro Texas So ago he was a member of magisStrate H W Hatter at one time school teacher in Ad airadvice is being urged by the Demo of Casey County to become candidate tilfor County Judge It he would make a very afrongand dispatch from Lebanon states that Mildred Puryear daughter ofrow R E Puryear Campbellsville decided to become a candl ed enrolling clerk of the Senate his a young lady of superior qua ifi I and would fill the position with we havent any local pay also that we sell to our ed s at the same prices the agents firms We do firstclass work satisfaction and our prices When you want anything monumental line call on or write S Sims Bras Marble dealers its Campbellsville Ky by amount of gardening up to writing Potatoes and onions been planted Pastures are a and br the first ot n exGLaststock will have line gr2tzi inlastand the indications are the will be harvested 0 not an every day occurrence but but some lady friend with noT but to express true unaLfriendship sends a Hows ra- man dish of something real nice to newspaper man knows how Co these kind theone thus honored takes thisCounty of returning his slnceae through a portion of Casey last week developed a very condition of things Farm in gored spirits being up with 28inwas that a fair crop but harvestedvo r out Trabues sold two Berkshire boar 2300 They have three extra for sale ready for serve t of these pigs is Soverel g V No 60736 registered in Berkshire Association Is Brook Adair No 974g reg in the National Berkshire Bee iH that Miss Rosa Hays a of Jamestown who has beenindecllning health for some time very slowly She is a zeal and when in health an Church and temperance worker i IhVimprovedW W Jones returned from the Casey Circuit Court last During the term Green Mc and a man named Woodrum trtedior murder both being ac to DrforQuite U number of civil casesoaf column will be seen thellJA of Mr S D Crenshaws Mr Crenshaw has spent coos Id time In selecting a horse that by worthy to mate with the 1 mares of this country He fdund ftthat flJJ d tea hill and mjw services as stated in his ad vertfsementMr Crenshaw Is a fine horses and Is an active ener ItwI ilJ a ONT WHITE DEAD Sick Almost Unto Deat He Starts From San iceFrancisco Accompanied by ills Father to Be With His Mother and Sister When the End Came DIES WHILE EN ROUTE HOME Two years ago the subject of to writing left his home in this place located temporarily In Montlcello boen engaged In business but a Idshort time in that place when are daycruitingoflicerappeareduponthesce for joining the 47th regiment United States Volunteers In three monthsI he was upon the Islands doing good service for his country Letters came often as transports would convey them and in nearly every one up to last October he spoke of his good health and how well be was enjoying the life of a soldier In December If we remember cor rectly the family received a let stating that his health had somewh lugrelieveddltion grew worse and subsequently was transported to San Francisco for better treatment Reaching thatplace letters continued to come Mont claim that he was improving and would be able to start home He evi deafly had a flattering disease one cal anhowritten In which he stated his inten afflifeuneasy and a message was sent to the hospital In San Francisco making in an5wedvery bringmsponse a fatherisof sco intending to bring his son nome reached e his destination and upon the of physicians in company with he left for Columbia Mont stood the travel very well un they reached the State of Louisiana when near Lafayette he grew rap worse and died in a few minutes The sad intelligence was soon known here and all heads were bowed in sor The body embalmed the father start homeward the saddest journey of life The remains reached Columbia FrI day afternoon at 2 oclock and in one hour thereafter upon the advice of a to physician were interred in the city cemetery A very large crowd attend in a body a just tribute to a yonn and popular citizen who succumbed disease terminating in death whUes1 following the flag of his countryhTo the heartbroken parents and only aD sister this whole community tenders profoundest sympathyaResolutions upon this death passed the young men of Columbia can be found upon our first paguJPrimary in Russell prlmarngRussell brought out a large voteJI thext were p contested Sam Gann a new convert a popular gentleman defeated W Sharp for County Judge by 28 votes H Buster won In the Assessors by a majority of 5 The folio- ing w to is the full ticket nominated For Representative Col Morrison esCountyJudge S A Gann Attorney Lilburn Phelps Sheriff Tom Sullivan County Clerk A H Baugh Jailor A H Holt Superintendent Mr Isbell Assessor L H Buster ed Surveyor S W Leach 3Iorrlsons majority was 444 Garina Holts 132 Isbells 366 Busters 5 of H Baugh did not have opposition was complimented with a large S W Leach also ran with a contest receiving a good vote Who preaches Next Sunday it xbeW S Dudgeon Mt GlleadIZ 1 Williams Dunnville C F Breeding Providence T Jessie Harrods Fork T Huffaker Smiths Cb pelhW P Gordan tIti Carmel biC M Deenor Freedom iV B Cave Jamestown Information has been received here which is regarded as reliable that the of Frank Wade Russell Springs downwlth the smill pox Mr Wades e is somewhat of a public A place and a great many people have been about the premises since the woman was taken sick It Is also re sported that some doctors have refused J see the patient because the county G will not pay them sufficiently for their services Dr McCormack Chairman too State Board of Health has been notified sod doubtless he will take Fbank Eu yed fire together with Its contents last Wednesday night TheloasJseatlma at 81200 8700 lasufance Mr Eu was bdrn and reared at Columbia Is a son of Mr R C Eubank He was absent from home when the fire occurred The dwelling onto built Juttwo y If you qeed groceries give us a can Our stock is fresh and complete KEMP YOUNG advertishe The hog market was lively in Louisville last week One day they broug 610 per hundred The cattle market was also good The trouble the poolplayers are no experiencing is to decide who is sewn best in the game Of the local play Dr C M Russell comes first othermembersof the club are dilllgent In their efforts for second honor quitise par t handHea great deal has been purchased and shipped to the Louisville market Mr W T Hawkins Deputy Collect or for the Fifth District was in Adair county several days of last week It Isour understanding that he was here for the purpose of meeting parties who calculate upon making brandy this Summer Jas K Bernard of this county was arrested last week charged with vie lating the revenue laws He was giv Commiatto glue bond he was remanded to Shewere also before the Commissioner and held over as we understand Mr J V White and family desire to return their grateful thanks to the people of this community tor kindness d sympathy manifested during the and death of a devoted son and brother Sympathy extended in this iction will never be forgotten like the tender words of condolence will be remembered as long as the reaved ones are permitted to live Missionary Institute of the M E church South will be held in Columbia this week commencing Friday and will continue over Sunrday An interesting program has been made out and quite a number of ministers will be present Every body is invited to attend and to assist in making the exercises as profitable as possible An effort will ba mode for interesting song service Mr J T Page is very much Interested in perfecting an organization whereby an electric line could be built from Columbia to Campbellsville He says he will be one of ten who wt give ten thousand dollars to the enterprise It is not necessary for all the qthattake hold of this project It is conceded by every body that It would be a paying line gThe Columbia Stave Company as rapidly as possible In t six weeks several hundred thous nCampbellsvillehalf million on their yard but short time they will all be delivered 0Jtwo months ago Mr Eutchings has become well acquainted in Columbia and so well pleased arc our people with glaye nths The Republicans of Casey t uoty thei30tha lion there were from three to a hal dozen candidates all active from start finish The following ticket was nominated For County Judge W Eanin County Attorney P H y nSheriffCundiff Jailor J T Brown Super n tendent J C Lay Mr M E Tarter was Mr Taylors opponent in the race for County Attorney and was defeat by only a small majority Jas Duncan colored boy just out the penitentiary reached Columb Monday at noon having a mild cast of smallpox His condition was hem e dlately discovered by the undersigned who had the darkey conveyed to an Isolated point out of town and we give as our opinion the public need not alarmed U L TAYLOK Health Office- H GRADY M D A report was in circulation Monday night that the boy bad left the pest which was positively false He ill remain confined until discharged the doctors Paid list since our last issue M Puss Williams J R Johnson J C Dunbar Jas O Nelson R W Sher ley G W Todd Silas Cain L Risen Miss Emma Perryman J P Beard Rude Wilson J W Hutchings S Stapleton Ella Jones J H Young W T Earner John B Grant W A Moore R T McCaffree J N Vaughan R A Luttrill W E Fair W Fair A L Foley S J W King Judge Phillips Bass Weatherington J D Waering W Moore J G Henderson B Lee H Hatter J R Wilson T J Goode Fogle Drewry Wilkerton M Smith Sam Bell J B Brown SYuswas Clemens Eugene Wethington M Jones Tate Pi les Harlin Henderon W P Rigglus J B Higgins J tierWAll TateCB Klnnett D 8 Carperi TJ Ellis John Dlnwjddle James B DJnwiddie James Garnett J B Bur betj James SanduSrS A Modal n Joe Games J V Jii Jas M Williams W H Remit Conover Attis Morgan J M SmithC P Wal W W d Ittty W Wallilf The first day of the Casey Circuit Court brought a large crowd to Liber ty Those who did not have business in court were on hand to learn the suit of the primary which was held th Saturday before Judge Jones conven ed the session promptly at 9ocloc organizehtpetit jurors Judge Jones varies but little in his instructions the grand jury They are generally lengthy tak thedwas some rsthere had been vote buying In the prl mary and upon that question the jury was instructed to makea thorough in vestigation and indict all those who gave bribes and those who accepted a compensation for his suffrage Liber ty continues to improve and from evi dencesdlscovered the spirit of progress will continue until It will be a city set upon a hill that can not be hid The two new churches add greatly to the appearance of the place and the social features of the community cannot be excelled So hospitable are her citizens that a visitor feels at home and regrets when the hour arrives for departure Last Thursday the 4th day of this mont was the 70th anniversary of Mr John N Murrell one of Adair Countys most respected citizens His daughter elegantsdinner in honor of the event the Immediate family being joined by Mr Murrells brother Mr M J Murrell and his sister Mrs Kate Smith and his little great nephew Master John M Vance The day was happily spent in discussing events of long ago It was at this home the two brothers and sister grew to manhood and womanhood together and as they sat around the fireside viewing the scenes about the premises doubtless many incidents of their earlier lives were vividly pictured before them The writer trust that many more years are In store for his friend and kinsman Ewing Stalls a little son of Mr T R Stults Clerk of the Adair County Court met with quite a serious accident one day last week Some way be came into possession of a 32 calibre pistol It was old and rusty ana in attempting to shoot at a mark the weapon went off accidentally Ewlngrectlv lo g a bullet In his leg just above the knee Dr W R Grissom was called but up to this writing the ball has not been removed It is thought that it lugged near the knee cap We hope how soon Ewing may recover and trust that this accident will leave a lasting impression upon all little boys and that they will let old pistols se Ilyore3alone Upon invitation of Mr C S Harris a number assembled at the resi of Mr John N Murrell last Monday evening to hear music from a phonograph the property of Mr J W Hutchings It was Mr Hutchlngs tention to be present but sickneSs andhethe machine It Is a highclass instru rendering many of the latest accurately and melodiously The preStethe family are due forthe use of the Mr John J Wood wife and faugh tens Diisse s May and Annie who reside dnear Lebanon met vIth an accident last Sunday week which cameveryt near prpvlng serious JCbey were en route to church and upon reaching Rij der cemetery they met a gentleman in buggy whose horse soled and the hindtWood was pitched over the dash board him several over the excitingGbut fortunately no one was seiiousl- qhurtbirWood is a brother of Mrs udge Garnett this city See us before you buy fertilizer We have several grades at the lowest prices KEiir YOUNG JAMESTOWN laMr T A Murrell of Columbia passed through town Friday en onto tar Burnside Miss Rosa Hayes who has been in feeble health for several years Is dangerously Mr Webster Warren of Springfield Ill is visiting his brother Mr J W Warren of this place IG Mr A H Baugh who has been in Cincinnati for the past two weeks has returned home Miss Clara Snow who has been visi ting relatives at Denmark returned home Wednesday accompanied by her rscousin Miss Ella Wheat Mrs J W Warren who has been quite sick for six weeks ystill confin bedIMr Lilburn Phelps will leave Wed nesday for Buffalo N Y to attend the PanAmerican Exposition Luther Phelps who has been In Som erset for several weeks returned home Monday beenton an extended visit to Lincoln coun accompalp CityD qfDunnviile in town Monday ntbliss Mary Wold ford entertained her s last Wednesday night preyrePort an enjoyable time Mr amdlIrs J W Winfrey visited the Isitira grand mother Mrs Zilla Thtimas Of Montlcellolast week who Is very low The ConnecftoutT Mutual Life pays f ge iWe dr Cki11 fe KETTLE Mr Gco Roberts jeut to Burksvilk last week on business doingea ItMr W X Smith manager of ih xe Handle Factory will take a trig 6theMrs Nannie Huddlestou and dough ter Ira are attending school at Burks vllle Mr J M Ledbetter has puts new gate at the entrance of sawdust street Coe Roberts Fletcher C Co have put up a telephone in their new btore Mr W O Smith has purchased a new bugg- yMrSam1Richards resident of this place has moved back to his forme- home Sparksville Mr Porter Fletcher called on his best girl Sunday afternoon Mr A4 B Jennings of this place who has been attending schojl at Bowl ing Green has gone to Indian Territory Bro Payne of Paytonburg was in our midst last week Mr John S England visited his daughter at McMillans last week Mr Drude Raluey who has been on the sick list is now able for business Farmers are getting along tine with their work They are through sowing oats and neatly ready to plant corn PURDY We had a nice rain Friday night nicelybreakingcornground have been planted and wheat is look- Ing well H G Chiison bought of E W Bur Jordan to the best moneydueor mare removed from the neighbor hood Jordan Peacock has proven himself to be one of the best breeders in Kentucky nis colts have been shown against the best horses in the State and have always been winners Sjshown I will stand my two fine jacks at S7 to insure a mare with foal money due when fact is ascertained or mare re moved from The jacks are fine breeders and their colts always bring market price I also the Chicago Fertilizer at 8125 to 150 per hundred When in Gradyville and want the best goods at lowest prices call on me I handle T DLACKLEY KIAIBLE now open for the public the round It Is a as the picture In jfcates firstclass In Pro- TjITi HI ton four nice youngcattle for W at the church Saturday ind Sunday = =Mr J W Bur on and wife visited the family of James F Shepherd last sVcdnesiuy and Tliurs1ir tdJ a 1r Robt Burwn visited Alfred Burton of Eunice SaturdayaMisses Mary Lee arid Lora Burton gdayM F Burton and wife visited M b Burton and last Sunday Mr E W Burton has returned from Louisville where he has ben for aaweek his Spring stock goods rPELLYTONIMr Tobe Hurt was here last week There was a dance at J W Bards last Monday night Dr M O Sallee was in our midst one last week Jas Maupin has the measles Chas Campbell was in Columbia last and Mrs R T Jonesare visiting the otters parents at Columbia Prof S L Coffey has returm d from where he has beeu attend ing the Normal Misses Maggie Rubarts and Ida Bet Kelley of near Dunnville were visiting here this week Mr Toilet Lee of Casey county was i here Saturday Chas Coffey who attending school at Columbia visited his parents last and Sunday RtV wife and children of Eunice were visiting the family of J n Pclley last Sunday Peacock Go to Gradyville and breed stallion in Kentucky at 1000 sell fife build blues several of them be ing in model rings If ou want some thing that will bring fancy prices to Jordan Peacock Mr Kascom Garnett of near Columbia owns of Jordans colts that cannot be purchased for less than 5lrA each His colts have been sold to my certain from 51o0 to I OUAK AXTEE his colts to be sound or no pay IGOV ST JOHN JOE neighborhood thelilghest Identsin the way of Dry Goods Notions Groceries Hardware Buggies Osborne Machines Corn Drills etc Give me a call L GRADY = radyville W T STEPHENSDEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes I use keep a large stock o- fCLOTHINGwhich can be bought at the lowest I have a nice line of MILLINERY on hands ELKHORN KENTUCKY HURST Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY CO AUCTIO SALE DAIL Y REURRNS 1ADE 1119 1125 W LOUISVILLE KY Four Months Free Storage Nark Your Hhds INPEPEKDENT HOUSE ROSSE sPwos fOTEIt3 KY oew Is traveling year largecommodious Ing and fsrun every particular VAlteHAN fiRAHAM Preaching nLht wife purchasing day Lexington Saturday Allen twentyone breed three knowledge AND everything W prices 11UKST PROMPTLY to Main St a IT I iii itc t The Press of Louisville Louisville March 31 The newspa per situation in Louisville is somewhat peculiar The Courier Journal h s never had any actual rival and has less now than It over had Perhaps the paper would be stronger If it would let city politics alone and devote itself to State lind National issues But wheth eror not this is so it is recognized even by its enemies as a great newspaper clean in its methods and honest in purposeThe is a scorpion that lashes right and left nor caring much who is hit It isan excellent afternoon daily full of the news of the day and even when most biting in Jts wit good humored Nobody laments the death of the Dispatch Under Enloe it was ascur rilous abusive sheet calculated to jure any cause it championed and when it got into Whallfifs hands it became a weak bargain counter cuii I cern with goods marked down to suit all comers Its rise and falfand deg radation and death ought to be a warning to the people who put money at trust in political adventurers and in it blind oh party prejudice and passion The old Commercial has had the sad editoirs a can A is the republican organ today It is not very strong financially of cousse and not able to keep the pace II with the St Louis GlobeDemocrat or the Chlcauo Tribune though it has held its own with its Cincinnati namesake The Republicans support it and believe hi it and peoDl generalIy con NIskier it an brest newspaper doing the it can under difficulties for its party anti iiMif s The funny phrase of local j8urnall to in the Ev ting Post whajharit is owned io whIefJr in part by Boss Whallen us s charged or Is supports by the Leu isvi lie Nashville railroad nohudy outside the Buckingham Theatre and the L X board of directors can say fr certain Perhaps no one really car s The thing that strikes the reader who doesnt know and nut es E care the unction of the Post in proclaimiriK its own virtue and its de Dial of any v rtue whatever to any body else whiitt organgrinding for a manlike Whallfn Bvery day it prints o n ioits editorial page The Life of Christ and on tie same page right alongside the most almtfve and uudbpistianlike YilliHeatUrj Each of its departments is edited sn as to magnify itself and vilify its enemies The Courier Journal is to the Post t what the icd is to the mad bull The principal offense of the Courier r J rural apor to be that It never tcesthertif This gives the Post chance to s iy what it pleases without u iy fear i xpo lre or any come hack opportutis not told ub it a villain tits tlourie r Journal is a iJ how if it is not sup pressed ani put down it will ruin the immunity The venerable Walter NI liaidernun is a robber the cetera Henry SPutter uisa pickpocket and al the otll Ilildermans are imps of tan Jin did of absurd things arc tud toiuvuc ib a case and for exam ple thelftidl of th Alvey paid though UielLilflenrmns are all in 1loriou beyond the reach o f st amboa cull telegraphs and has Ixen all tLc viutnix Chough whether tiiey were ir Wit wflitl should the curc ibout a gambler like Alvey In o ie single rtleto the Post stated other day that the Courier Journal ha nominate i Min imauandineQdays deserted hint acv that it had oppose t ie nomination of Beckham until I was forced to take him Falsehoousso saaiuelfss and transparent as these discredit ptlt1c journal and make peoples ill arl tbinkwhether a paper mean enorcii to write them had not some nrivii asbns of its ownand when Ibis siuio paper is known to be the side partner of the sharpest kind of a Joli rival qiS who has grown rich by corrupt p ilea these same people shake their leads and go on reading the Courie lurDal The Posi lieS riot Crenit the public IIwithhaving even a little sense or rea povver bttfc Jjpes on protesting its virtie and befouling the Courier Journal likeiany drab of the slums It claims the largest Circulation in Louisville though Lsstock has never paid a dividend and the paper is given away to people who refuse to subscribe ttollThe Critic is a bright newsy little aspirant fur Sunday circulation And The News is the afternoon edition Vf The Commercial It fs believed that is j both are doia will Tliey arc deserv e ing aad though gp lpFtre no ts navoal mongers or blackmailer t Miss Mary I5osjwafcsrvof llarlan county fell upflii apalrfptficissors and k jdietl as a ft sjl kfrf tlicinlttiry t1 V r IWhat Adlal Has to Say The first of a series of Sunday morning articles on public question- a by eminent writers which are to ap pear in the Philadelphia Record is a contribution from Hon Adlal E Ste vcnson who treats the questions Federal policy expenditures war and taxation with great force and ability As to expenditures Mr Stevenson says The appropriation of the late short session of Congress approximated eight hundred millions This it will ben o ticed was an increase exceeding three hundred millions over those of the la Democratic House ol Representatives Of necessity with the growth of t country its increase in population and vast commercial development there will be an increase in national expen ditures But the enormous insrea with which we are now confronted wholly out of proportion to the changed conditions It this startling increase in our expenditures fall to ex cite public alarm then indeed arc upon the era of unbrlndled extrav- d gance the sure forerunner of untold evils to our country The question of extravagance in public expenditure however is but the dust in the balance as compared one of graver import yet to be cons ld teed In our foreign policy we have broken it may well be feared irrev cably with the past May it not be well even now tape our bearings and see how far from theaucientlandmarkswehavedrifted Upon the salient phases of our policy the attitude of the Republruan Administration today is U ats6 car nestly depreciated by the sages of the Revolution All this has been at fear ful cost of blood ana of treasure Moreover the high ideals of government that were ours have gone Referring to taxation he says1 Another abandonment ancient goner mental methods may be briefy mentioned 1I The constitutional as well as just principal of taxation by a strictly revenue tariff has given way Jn practice to Protection The present Tar iff law exhibits this principal in its most objectionable form It is deed Protection run mad The e isting law is in the interest of the favored few Under its operation im ports are in large measure excluded an the Government deprived of revenues With the stress of war come internal revenue taxes necessitated by the prohibitory features o the Dingley tariff The Internal Revenue law with its many annoying features is with us and to stay day cough is serious enough tow r rant prompt attention It is wbat it 1may result In that mrkes a cough dan gerous Fur all slight and stubborn coughs for gripp lung fever bronchi tis asthma and other throat and fun 6isaffections you can find nojotber reme dy so agreeable and harmless or so promptly effective as llorleys Honey Pectoral PfIce25 cents Ask you druggest It is now time for the stockmen to advertise their stock In our jUdg- ment the newspaper that reacliestbe people is the very best medium Bills do but little towards advertising as fesepurpose maiiris to set forth terms The News read by 5000 people every week ls haveeadrpaperY i A Womans Weariness x themdmore weariness than anddslugkorgans s the system with impurities poison the blood and shatters their nerves Morlcys Sasaparllla and Iran will cleanse the system revitalize the nerves and give strength and energyI Sold by agents in every town l The News nownas the most complete j assortment of stationary job material and equipments It has seer had We can nlease you if you need any thing InJ our line Testimonial From old Engl nd 1 cdnsIderChambsrlai Cough Remedy the best in the world for bronchi ifssays Mr William Savory of War rington England Jt has saved my wifes life she having been a martyrj to bronchitfs for over six years being most of the tiun confined to her bed She is now quits well It is a great pleasure to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy to be ttfile to publish testimonials of this character They show that great nod Icing done pain and suffering reliev land xtlluablo 1Ives restored to health happintscby this remedy It is for saltii y M Cravens r Gon Fred Funstons grandfath fLPt Oil Boom in Clinton County Clinton county is again shoWIng- s Borne signs ofan oil boom An agent for an Ohio Coal Company has leased several thousand oar of laud on the headwaters off Spring creek and this territory is only about one mile from the Bertram well which has just been completed and reported to be one of the best wells in Wayne county The prospects for a successful ra viva of the oil business in that county seem to be bright sbI was troubled for several yea with chronic indigestion and nervous Labecaster N HuNo remedy helped me until I began using Electric Bitters which did me more good than all e medioines Lever used They have healisSdtor many years She says Eect tie Bitters are just splendid for femae troubles tqat they are a grand ton weand invigorator for weak run do toaOnly 50c Satisfaction guaranteed by T E Paull 15George Weidman head of the large atLONewport died as the result of an oper atioo for appendicitis 0Thu Best Remedy For Rheum a totlsmQUICK RELIEF FltQU PAIN All who use Chamberlains Pain gnBalm for rheumatism are delight the quick relief from pain whl it affords When speakingof this r D N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attic of rheumatism in my arm and der I tried numerous remedies but oat no relief until I was recommended by hissers Geo F Parsons S Co druggists of this place to try Chamber loins Pain Balm They reccommend ed it so highly that I bought a was soon relieved of all pain I hay e recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with me that it is the best remedy toe mus cular rheumatism in the market For sale by M Cravens 1Rev I B Sams a prominent minis desxd at his home near Stanton His death was caused by heart disease thde got 3t800 d noit explosionst A wise and venerable Boston lady is quotedas saying that Christian Science may be very good for the cure o complaints but I doubt if it is good for diseases Harry Glenn some years ago clerk of the Kentucky Senate was commit ted to the asylum at Lexington He a victim of whiskey and Morphine Safe Blowers made an attempt to BagdadrShelby cornty The vault door as badly damaged but not blown open At Howardstown Nelson county Saturday night Samuel Cecil aged 1 shot and killed Anthony Thomas also aged 19 Both had been drinking EngiChesters debts and will extricate the young Duke from his embarassmeuts Theodore Watlert was banged a Henderson Minn forthe murder of his wife and four stepchildren on the 21st of last August A terrific rain and hailstorm swept overNorthern Texas Damage atDal las from water in cellars and stores es timatttd at 100000 Sparks set tire to a sparrows nest under the eaves of the residence of J A Boyd at Louisville destroying the house Loss 3000 Thos Nichols o f Boyle county dropped dead from heart disease while returning from an entertainment Lillie May Phelps a sixyearold daughter of T C Phelps of Higi- Bridge t was run over by a wagon an fatally injured Jacob Dearborn Marr a farmer llv ug near Clinton Maine killedhl three children with an ax He said h didnt know why he bad killed them Japan has declared her determina tion to oppose any secret agreement between Russia and China giving Bus sia territorial advantages contiguous w Cures Ben Pichards a Hafdin county far merwas killed by the lalliag bfa limb MayComstock a young muslcstuc dent committed suicide at Chicago- Tjccausesbhcduidntratlihld1t r r v f Will Not Marry Men Who DrinkI The Rev George R Stair draws the line when it comes to performing the marriage ceremony ot men who drink- When a couple comes to his house or church for the purpose he makes a practice of asking the prospective bridegroom whether he drinks aicholic liquors If the answer is in the allirm atlve Mr Stair consistently refuses to officiate Mr Stair was an officer in the famous Seventh New York regi ment for several year and has sleet been engaged In missionary work in New York City and as a result of all rshis experience ho is coiivinc m that a happy life is almost iinposible where one of the parties to the contract is an habitual drinker He tleclarts that he can not conscientiously have any hand 1eIn a marriage which Is almost certain aleto turn out badly and he has refused thto marry a number of people who have come to him fur that roacmr On one occasi n the bridgegrootu promised o take the pledge it Mr Stair would go preacbIceyearnlater r t r Itnvitu kept it that long before le would consent Hr Stair says it is much ouster to reform a man before than after he married and he advises young wOmen to bear this in mindExThe of Garnets D Rlpley charged with complicity m the Goebel murder conspiracy was exited in the Franklin Circuit Court at Frankfort last week and by agr ement of attor edneyswaspasseduutiltlli week because hot absent witnesses Tin caws against Fugitives Taylor Fiuloy John Pow kors and Berry Howard were continued- and bench warranty were isMied The cases against Green Guider and W II Culton were slur continued the de fendauts remaining under bond Ex Guy Bradley appeared as a witnespln- e the Ripley case and was also oummori oned before the grand jury He re sponded and was asked a number of questions Do not leave homeon a journey with out a bottle of Chamberlans Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Iris pleasant safe and reliable For sale by MCravens Tennessee has prohibited the cped ucatlon of the black andund white races in the schools of that state New Mexico wants to be admitted to the Union h Columbia tANDGampDellsville Staae Line uGOOD STOCK COMFORTABLESTAgE SAFE DRIVER o Courteous Attention to Passengers Leaves qmt3f a Md m ken coanro CampbellsIteals DiilyexcptSand Celts MarcaBi Ho tel promptly attaadwl to Btp casrft Rantl d Stiller GEOROE LEE Prop JEWEL PEICOCK IiRegistry 1232 Vol111 This certilKs tint L II Cnbell of Camp Knox Ky has registered In the Register of the National Saddle Horse Breeders Assoclati o of Louisville Ky the bay stallion Inwol Peacock foaled May 13 1897 Marks four white feet byPeacockJewellaC 1304 hy Jewel Dininarlf70 7idI B UALfc Sec Sold and transferred thus 21st dap of December 1899 to D D Dowell Est CutaraseJewelPeacock will stand at my stables miles vast of East Pork and win serve mare for 1000 I will also si a nrt ruy two and romatD B DO WELL Eat Vore JlItukt VGQRDON MONTGOMERY lttla 17 Q1i7f j COLUMBIA KY TVlll practlccjlaydair aria adjolnlnK specialty ocetipst lrs overTtulltidrug ltWrJ j Young Women Tiiencatty into wonunriood is a time Little menstrual disorders startedat that timesoo grow irt j fatal complications That female troubles are filling giAv yai proves this Wine of Caidui etkA a paand natural menrtml How When once tbtt important fsmc tion is startd a healthy life wiii usually folbw Many womMfTOooff ole owe their lives to wine CarL Thete is notWofi JIB It to give women freedom from mad to fit young women for every ortyof Uk JXO b at druggists- Delia II Strayer Tully RaiLu have suffered untold pain at menstrual periods for a long time was nervous had no appetite and Mt Interest In everything fact was miserable have taken four bottles of of Cardulwith Thcdfords BlackDraught when needed and today- am entirely cured cannot cXpra the thanks feel for what you have done for me Foradrico eaxeregmlrinQepedalLhG- tlonsaddr Lglvlaaartept tbo DcpnrUnentTlieCbaURnoogallKl Chattanooga Teen lmNtOf fiiII Ira McConnell a college grad I1 and awealtiiy citizen of Crawfordfl ville mad was sentenced to the pen tentiary for a deadly assault upon his wife and child Jor Jcingr 24 Hours JDnj Theres no rest for those tireles- slittleworkersDr Kings New Life Pills Millions are always busy curing TorpId Liver Jaundice Dillioumess ffeyer and Ague They banish sick headache drive out Malaria Never gripe or weaken Small taste nice work wonders Try them 25c ay T E Paulls Drug Store Mis Jennie C Beaedict Is the first woman to be elected d member of the Louisville Board ot Trade the directors having vottd favorably upon her application A Uoriibl Outbreak Of large soreg on my daughters head developed iuto a case of scald head writes CC Isbell ofMorgan town Tenn but Bucklens Aroictv S hcli cared her Its a guaranteedcur for Emma Tetter Sat Ilifeuni Pimples Sores Ulcers pia Piles Ooly 25c at PauI1JI r i ATTSON LOTE1L- J h T0WN KY and rI IJ1GE 1VI1l11l 11 WHOLESALE iUFACTURUnS F Sfl LIES VancA strap Work m I 172 Aulenue epresco n t3lILL KYp- e cIle f JifcELOlt tirtl Ea pntjJ i 1teet at is ta I t J andTreas tickftt fobacGoV arehouse So I 7 J INCOHPORAT 131 3iS4HARE ST BET PAIN AND fTAhD 216220 TENTH ST LQUISMILfe KVtSP Jij igTTGNTI0h1 cnz pR131ATB stLegY FOUR FKBK WAGE IlJdP r bd tee Murk your III BUCKNER HOUSE CQCOR DAISY PROPRIETORS LeBaSon + Marble Works I tLEBANON ICY utiwrersotand dealers in all kinds of N MARBLE lIatF R OEJ 3 LOW WORK C3TJJL ttiven to cemetery work Prices Ws before Vture prciard to kinds of woe ANIJ1EEDIfront ttp W3I F JBFPRIJBS Local 1heItbfmod f 4oflee= 7 frJJ Begins in the growing Anywhereor La between the plantation i and the coffee the flavor may be changed the quality spoiled by carelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet is handled with the same watchful care the thought for cleanliness would give any article of food goes your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more its cheap imitations extra cent you pay for ARBUCKLES R asledCotl lbuys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckles Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you would from othi coffees Be sure you get Arbuckle Roasted Coffee Other package are But imitaiions of Af buckles1 In pound paclzago of Roasted Coffto there ta a list or articles With each package In which the List the lIrlnatureDept You ihoald see this LIt Address nIl communications to ARBUCKLE BROS Notion Departmaet NEW YORK CITY NY p i Si d x tint it otter place cure found than tote above named hotel It new elegantly furnished the at all times sup plied with the beat the market affords Feed In eon aectionJ PATTERSON Proprietor f1ai Fout kOUlSVlIxLH package St BUCKNER JR Scay MONTHS frHt OF JfE Special attention at masonry Agent pot same that you that on than The get coffees each ArbucKleg fond No ble Stable Ka