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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t THJ ADAIR COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 4 COLUMBIA AUAIfi OOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 17 1901 NUMBER 23 POST FFIOE DIRECTORY J so pm I COURT DIRECTO CimcuiTCoc Three sessions a ye arTh rme Monday In January third Monday In slay al tI third Monday In CHrculi JudgeW n Commonwealth s SheriffJ W SeptemberiOleriiJnoB tor at HunludrcJCounty AttorneyJaGaenettJr- ClerkT P Coiiw a Stulta laller 8 Aeo HditchellJUeyorRT MeCaflree Aeboul WDJones il 1CoronerLeonard Fletcher I 1llIw Attf lirt Coot Itegular court neconusMotyJ Glasgow acb month idge J W fun and ornev = AtkhulI e and a CHURCH DIRECTOR the town i t makePRESBYTERIAN Rev T fF0 his shop pastor Serrlcei second and fourth sly to all eaabbsthr the night visits to METHODIST it bapi- DVabftLLB donW n- teh8undapschool standing Denton meeting Tbnrsday night him the otherBAPTIST SiMzrBev E Iarnettonly a vicinityfandayBcholmeeting Tuesday night ia ng a openOHBISTIAN k oyeaCPastorrervleea First Sun tnscratcat am anPrayer tstranger andLODGES asked t that he MASONIC or two No F anMRelt Sr meeting In their ball ovetnk on Fr men doffed dijntghlon or before the fulloon ln Cbtlng ready WMmonth GAIJLSnrLTs Sechmgs7COLIIMaL mee tand stopped It butdnUlondaynlgbtlnearhmrrTT EfW uDenwu hud only J cadjimlzed BvanrESS C9S atones commenced who stood BATS S U1yg iIAS dodging Denton CANES stonesGl again for turn rT suibiii 7vAlso side u Dealer In FINE STETSON HATS iIhand OTHER STYLISH BRA Remember the place 408 weSt and judge W Hancock tlo tel judge suited about at ten In Loveall BURKSVLLE STREET murder Columbia Ky of the JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop they late t 0cneof JiJTbe above Hotel has been re Kentucky prosltbepcrslJl1algueststhe market affords Rates reasonable Nil d to flood sample room Feed stable atall the tacked Thecase tutu Judge triceCOmRCIAL BtJcHOLT h1TBolt looks alter the cullnurr and LenwithconsguestsFirst1aaslivery were for teasooable til the Iyacqultted speech in Le ann Steam Laundry and it Is best and LEBANON KY ered V 0 Thompson Marlon mllllnerJ11laundryIeacetljcarkmeD and doing as big grade work sCan be turned out anyvere plate ia the country Patronize a which home Institution Work of Adair made me Rasseli Taplor and Green snll ltedInll shed wt JOHNSTON GO Pro taking REED tMILLER Agents for a ItemedlcenI bought wt in other obBtrnctlons togooA like magic l t tewdktelv removed from once I ImtfciMehftnd Bowels bylfor cPIlteybr Biliousitsid OM a For 1 tyw F ro7 1 0 LLINQOFJOHN DENTON urred at Glasgow Junction Barren County Twenty Yeas TimesRtime ago we published an ac of the suicide in this city of Ste Lbveall who was said to be Im to the act by worrying over the his having killed a man years Glasgow Junction Lewis McQuown of this city rsant with the tasty of tb- iiol hiving heen one of the alto defimled Loveiil Theoir ftumhjuwsof the killing wTeibout ttctioii for ousabli wai nn at Junction aoiuc twenty years there watt a larlola crowd II- fpp In town among them Loveall man named Deutm Living In at the time was an old shoe who conducted a blind tiger and dealt out whisky on the thirsty ones On the day o election Lovell had made severs the shop as bad Denton an that the former was In front of the shop when who was a perfect stranger toalll man never having seen each before that day Loveall having short time before moved 9tbe from Wayne county came stopping at the shop tried the door but found it locked in a spirit of fun said to him under It angered Denton instant to be thus addressed by a and be turned quickly around Lnveall if he wanted to The latter replied to the effect would just as soon have a round with him as not and the two their coats and were to go at it hammer an when bystanders intererr the fight They steppe a few minutes however for went into the street which a short while before been ma and was covered with looseI and picking up his hands full to fire them at Loveall not far away Loveallstood like a dl dapper but whe picked up a new supply of the and commenced to hurl the Lqveall thought it about tlmcl W return the fire and be did first stone striking Denton on of the head knocking him The onlookers by this time In and Denton was able to get go home and Loveall was arI charged with malicious strik wounding and taken before Gossom who was the police the Junction The trial ra Loveall being dismissed but days later Denton died an was afterwards indicted fo There was a large connection Demons in Barren county an bitterly prosecuted Loveall the clone Jas J Bates at that timeI leading lawyers of Southern being retained to assist tlon Col Bates was a cio friend of the Den tons and have prosecuted the case vigor be could command was in court at Glasgow be Garnett fora long time and seven different times Love represented by Mr McQuown and Judge Boles and Mr made six different speeches Owing to a certain in given by Judge Garnett and since been reversed by the Apptas itjnas difficult to ac though on every trial a iderable majority of the jury acquittal and it was not un seventh trial that he was final Col Bates made his lat the case sitting in a chair said to have been one of the most powerful he ever deify Bowling Green Tlm sIKooke manager for T M a large importer of fine at 658 Milwaukee Aven sho weather 1 caught a dreadful col kept me awake at night unfit to attend my work du ty One of nry milliners M118E Chamberlains CoUgh Eemed vere cold at that time grhlr rellevfe her io tfttlckry tame for myfcelf It aLp and I began to improve aIthis am nOw entirely well and feel pleased to acknowledge is mer sale by M Cravens ASLEEP IN THE ARflS OF JESUS On Monday morning March 2 at 1080 the grim reaper Death t entered the home of Mr and Mr Billie Speer and claimed as its own the spirit ofone of the brightest jewelstheir youngest daughter Miss Nannie For four weeks she had cheerfully and tiently yieldpd to the grasp that fatal disease consumption She was in her 28d year and had been a faithful member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church from childhood Nannie was a devoted sister a kind anti ob limit daughter and u loving cm- pnnion She leaves a broke hearted father sfr pmutberhrut lAra and two sisters to mourn her departure White we do not nn derstand the dealings of Provi define we feel that this dwath has left a void that no one on earth loan fill prefseems earthde spoke of meeting her mother and sister beyond the river where is peace and happiness Herfmother crossed the chilly waters when she was an infant Her sis ter Mrs Tommie Smith wife o Alex Smith preceded her two years ago On Sunday she asked j her brother law what message she must take to Tommie A dark day will come to every home j but it should be a sweet trouble to this family in thwir hours of bereavement to give upJ to Him who doeth all things well and who guardeth His loved ones against any thing that would mar shedwas witdh care a parent She is now asleep in JPSUS restings on flowery beds of ease dreaming of the sweet angel that bore herI across silvery waters ond nestled her in the arms of her SavioraWhile we know her name isana lambns we we shouldt rempower her would ok down on the griefa stricken family and say Weep t not for me hat live uprightly in the sight of God that you may be able to meet me in heaven where w parting is no more To her lathpr er she would say Papa canel no longer comfort you but not 5 many years hence or perhaps days your voice will be mingling with of your departed loved ones ty prdanr1i8ap m indcemetery to await the resurrection Henceforth she will e numbered with the redeemed and shall be called blessed Peace be familey mve our sympaty m dihd we one year He ago The will of God must bere on vealed It is sure but sometimes slow Nannie is no more earthlyecBut an angel pure and bright fcInLtLLE AND PEARL Backboneb tlWhatIsbackbone For the papers to have backbone enough to tell tbo truth and publish the news For the officers tow have the backbone to enforce the laws For tbe young ladies to have the back bone to cut the acquaintance of tree and easy young fellows For tbeal preachers to have the backbone tow preach the gospel without tear of treading on a rich contributors toes For the churches to have tbe backbone to open the doors of the church for Some people to get out when they areB hadLabfrjUKtwhftttbey le tdtftjbon w and the backbone tb sti1 boo bltckhonh b atlasdtt t u Country PaQoOab Register This paper anti the courier Jutjrnalf t110Epttr9etls n 1H HHTUARV 6On the 2d day of April the death angel visited the home ef Mrs Is andstook from her loving care a jewel ither daughter Zona Her death was due to that most dreaded dis ease consumption being confined to her bed since Christmas IfZona was born Nov 16 1884 professed faith in Christ between 12 and Iff years of age and lived a paedied her panda were raised toward heaven and a sweet smil way on hr fw leer admonition tthnsN Mt behind anti h r mart sithare treasures to mother and the whole family She seemed to realize the beauties RId glories of heaven and doudt nut but this girl was permitted to see into the land ofendless day while in the agonies of death While we cannot understand the dealings of Providence while the most precious ones are taken in the bloom of youth and our homes saddened aud our hopes shattered yet all things work for good to those who love the Lord By this death gloom hovera over befin a home of perfect and endless oy AJ C The Farmers Home Fire Insuranc Company Junction City Ky 8200000 strong Insures all kinds of property except steam mills hemp and tobacco tes reasonable Insures against Fire Lightning and Winds M STAPLES County Director T A MUBBELL Agent A N WKIAS for many years with Continental General Manager Mayor Tom Johastoa As mayor of Cleveland Tom John will add t the gayety of nations His name Is Tom not Thomas and he one at tbe most picturesque Individ in existence who started in life a street car driver in a little Indi town aud owned the road before he got done with it He has gone on tbesame principal ever since and owns a good many things besides be ing a statesman a philanthropist and philosopher Mr Johnston Is a prac Ical person He does not practice his theories except where they pay He believes In 3 cent fares on street rail for example and that was the incipal Issue on which be was elect mayor of Cleveland but he charges cents on his own roads He believes that monopolies are tbe greatest curses mankind but has his entire proper in them and made his money in omoting them He is a free trader d thinks that customs tariffs are im ural as well as Illogical but neverthe lesi demands a heavyduty on Iron and steel as long as be manufactures One might go on gluing a catalogue of Mr viJuhastdues not practice Paring the last few years of Heary Georges life Mrtl Johnston was his ang1 and gave him money whenever he wanted it built a little ideal community w one of his street car Hues on Long Island to carry out Henry Georges notions The population was compos entirely of Mr George and his friends and dlclples Mr Johnston tbe bills The rest of them and talked and believed that they had a Utopia but it would have something else w thmt son else without Mr Johnstons money It he manages the city of Cleveland- as be has managed his own affairs hell make things bum and will control that municipality Indefloately The newspapers are talking about Johnston as a candidate for the natce the sidescy and you certainly hear something of him both InB Ohio and beyond Cblcairo Record on He Kept His Ie r Twelve years ago J W Sullivan of and Coon scratched his la with a wire Inflama Ion and Ilmdtdfs e8 ittjjKitatid IbutJt he rvrttbtI DIed one bottle of EclPtJ rlo Bltefsll1tJ 112 of flocklen a Arnica wellbill rTsttett tlrn 11Or lerpth9hlsSZemal Bhhhlili rlres Ihd all bldOd tlisardnra WIo lllttxYs b no rivtl on tom Efytheo T i8 PaUll or will gdti lipt c ktifi6tlbc Ur refund 7 tIboNW k 1 r JLION COFFEEA LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL MAKEno mistake my head is on every package of LION COFFEE- you buy It guarantees its purity No coffee is LION COFFEE unless it is in a 1 pound sealed packet with the head ofa lion on the front Then you get pure coffeethe highest grade for the money descriptivetistwhichwill contribute their happiness and which they may have by sealedpackages PARSON MOSS COI BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We 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 bow 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 Columbia Mfr AND Gampbellsville Stage Line 0GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER u Courteous Attention to Passengers Leaves Columbia a m and makes connrc tioi with LonisviUe train Leaves Campbells le 320 p m Just of er arrival of Louisville Diliy excpt Sunday Calls ai Marcum Ho promptly attended to Esp it Beedj fl Miller GEORGE LEE Prop Drs R G Goldstein Optic Specialists OF 544 Fourth flue Louisville Ky Consultation and ex ml nation FUEE These getemen are professionals of lvg ebeins sons oi the la e Goldstein who was n as an o titian throughout Th tines Glasseicnn be fuml bcd short notice Drs Goldstein Employs No ti AOSNTS FanersI Farmerslll I am totikejtiui dlfrterBfbr- Hydraulic Rams tbrowNvuter from your 1iarings to your houses it tarn lu a fr f urplsh pumps Of any kind cheaper tbHQc Write to me Clumhia for estimates rail and se meat the Mantum froI tel Your lrulyt i Watch our next advertisement SPICE to and the at himself to be one of the bast breeders in Kentucky ills col have been shown the best horses in the and have always been winners Jordan Star the twoyearold was shown in twentytwo rings won are brooder and always bring the market price I also tell the Chicago at 8125 t 8150 p r Wh n in Grad VillI ad want the est at the call on me 1 handle GT Why ha- sLION now become the leader of all package coffees Andwhy is it used in r millions homes Because it not sailunder colors It is an absolutely clean pure No glazing Just try a package of LION and under stand the of its popularity to comfort and convenience WOOLSON prepared Jordan f eacock Go Gradyville breed to best stallion in Kentucky 1000 moneydue hbiibood against State and tine of blues several of them be x lug in model ring If uu want that tilt bring fancy prices breed to Jordan Peacock Mr Bascom Garnett of near owns three of Jordan colts that cannot be pur chased for less than 8150 each His colts have been sold tj my frog 8100 to I QUAU ASTEE Ills colts tn ho sound or no pay GOV ST JOE S71totheircults highest Fertilizer hundred goods lowest priers COFFEE false coffee eggmixtures imperfections COFFEE you will reason twentyone something Columbia certain knowlwlpe JOHN AND All cure will taken to acci J ents hut m t responsible should any Igrass at 50 cents per week or grain fed at cost everything in lye way or Dry Goods No ions Groceries Hardware Buggies Osbne Machines Corn Drills etc Give me a call W L GRADY Gradyville W STEPHENSDEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes 1 aso keep a large stock o- fCLOTHINGwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice line of MILLINERY hands ELKHORN KENTUCKY un BLACKLEY does prevent 8DITDHST Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY IIIIBST CO AU TIO AL as AILtREUKRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1H9 to U25 W MaiDS t LOUISVILLE xiF mrHnntlj Fri S air Utk yi IfhrL lXrE KNDEXT HOU81 IhVuni y ur life n ihn C vMjticui MHIUI iiu itut Cum a111 dd lug bueiueeB in tins Uuit d neaten t Callat this office j I THE ADAIR GOUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday DY TILE Adair Bounty News 8p XNCOItPURTnu =c =CHA 8 XIAXClUtt Editor Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter csts of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice as second class mail matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES ONEYEAB flW BIX MONTHS sac STRICTLY IN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY APRIL17- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERK Weare authorized toannounce P T COOLEY a candidate for the office County Court Clerk of Adair County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized 40 announce JAMES ABREULa candidate for Jailer of Adair coun ty subject to the action of the Democratic par ty Tho negro Quinn who murder ed officer Crum nt Danville has been captured and has confessed his guilt Hon Olie M James has an nounced his candidacy for Congress in the first district to succeed Hon Chas K Wheeler Persons close to GQV Durbin say that requisitions for Taylor Finley and other Kentucky fugi tives will be granted Whj not The Court of last resort is Repub lican Gen Thos H Taylor who was a distinguished Confederate sol dier and who served in tho Mexi can war died at Louisville last week Ho was formerly Chief of Polico of tho city A comeoto light at Providence Webster county Two married women twin sisters of Capt John W Beadle formerly Secretary of State have beer uesthidnig and their sins found them out In the same town a young man was horsewhipped for sending an im proper note to a young Jady Scandals like the first named are as common in that section of Kentucky as trash in a garret So highly esteemed was Mr John T Cm in the officer who was mnr lered by a negro at Danville a aw nights ago the citizens of the lace in a very few hours snbacrib d 1500 for the benefiit of his jimily several persons giving us much as flOOench Up toSat rday night the negro hadnot Teen captured but the indications re that he will soon be in the lutches of the law The Louisville and Nashville railroad has decided upon upto late methods in its passenger sor lice It will soon put on dining cars between Chicago and New Or leans Fpur row diners have heeii orderod for the service which is t r be put on out of Chicago in conjunction with the Chicago and Eastern Illinois Ifcis understood that the company also contain plates putting Oil dining cars be tween Louisville and New Orleans The now Chicago train will be put on in April leaving that city at 0 a m reaching New Orleans at 8 a cutting the time thirty min utes IIfyou intend to boa candidate for office announce in the News It is read by Jew und GentileI Caucasian tied African by Demo crats Republicans faiul Prohibi- tionistS We will not only place your announcement for the small sum of threodollars bot will treat you fairly in a notice setting forth your standing your own beau ty and your fitness for tho posi tion you seek Tho News is strict ly Democratic but it will not take any part in pushing tho caji didacyof its friends or in cold watering the aspirations of its en emies for party nominations in side or outride of the Democratic party In asking candidates for their announcements it is merely i seeking business anti allA lO wish oto bo placed before tho entire vot ors of this county irrespective of party willjoceive fair aud impRr tiaj treatment r r The trial of Garnett Ripley at Frankfort is creating quite a feel ing of uneasiness with the fugi tives from justico in Indiana and their defenders in this State In the trials at Georgetown of Pow ers last year the Republican or gans of this State did every thing within their power to prejudice the people against the prosecution and to relieve Taylor and Fiudley the master spirits in the whole af fair from the weight of the evidence that developed against them in that trial All of the important witnesses wore branded as perjuers the 100000000 was re ferred to as the source of all dam aging evidence against the con spirator then on trial and against those who were being protected from arrest and prosecution in another State It so happened that xGov Bradley and Judge Yost didnot testify in this case but now they have made their state ments which is sufficiently clear and strong enough to dispel all doubts of Taylors connection with the assassination of Mr Goebel Their statement concerning Rip leys statement of a conspiracy to murder Mr Goebol and other Democrats is corroborated by Hon WP Thorne Now Mr Bradley Mr Yost and Mr Thorne are too prominent and stand unimpeachable before the intelligence of Kentucky for these excuse Aof as sassination to attempt to besmirch and just what course they will per suo remains to be determined Taylor however sands in a state ment that Ripleys statement was false and it is likely that an at tompt will be made as heretofore to induce the people to accept a fugitives statement rather than any other person in the known world It can not be stated that Ripley is a victim of the reward fund for his statements were made before such a fund was created Mr Bradley stated Governor did you ever hear Ripley say anything about a con versation that he had with Gov Taylor prior to the assassination of Gov Goebel asked Attorney FranklinYes sir I heard him tell of such a conversation It occurred while the contest case was pending in the State court and at the cor ner of Lewis and Clinton streets I cannot undertake to give any thing but the substance of the conversation He came and complained that Taylor was not treating him right Ho said that on the day bofore Goebel was killed he went into Taylors ofiicH and asked him when he should bring his men here He said that Taylor re sponded My God I thought that you had brought them Bring them at once Goebel htisut an other day to live This conversa tion so Ripley said took place before the assassination Judge Yost waspresent Did Ago for his own capture for a price and have the American people been made tho victims ofa colossal official bunco That is a startling question but circumstances have caused it to bo asked in Washington since the cable news reported Ag uinaldo to bo buying diamonds and ita decidlv pertinent too as diamonds cost big money If any money had been found on his person if the usual methods were followed it would Lave been confis cated as contraband ofwar A terrible fight occurred in Lotcher county last week between officers and the RoyndldsPotter gang indicted for the murder of Mrs Mina Hall and her son Over three hundred shots were fired Two of the officers were killedand ono of the Outlaws wounded The County Judge made a request for soldiers but it was decided not to send them the very latest news stating that the trouble had some what quieted I GRADYVILLB Garfield Flowers is on the sick list this week Mr Clom Keltner and wife of Cool Spring were visiting their mother Mrs Baker Jast Sunday Smith Nell are having a new pair of stock scales put up in our town this week which will add greatly to their convenience Mrs Laura Allen of Columbia spent last week visiting her rela tives in our city Mr Hubert Sneed received a very serious wound iu ihe left arm just above the elbow bnlastSat urihty vSnirigV White in ties to1 Ii J t 3Y r Day SprmM 4 t id Ila14handsspjqct a combined horse PEDIGREE Iiy Spring by klnglJanmafkj tie by Star Denmark he by Jones Denmark be byOld Bblck Denmark the4 mile racehorse and he by Imported Hedgeford thoroughbred EJKttiiiQJbj Ikpc ington 2nd dam by Steel Dust 3rd dam by Morgan 4 flm yStupipIJ is readily seen that Day Spring is superbly bred end as a h aeir4veu ljm self a wonderful breeder jrapartlng to his offsprings slzerform antactl4in tilt three essentials eta good animal He is bred to saddle aW todmef he does both in an attractive monner and a large per tent of hldcdVwdVlikGwfBo Day Spring will make the season is my stable H miles fronrColufeubia Dis appointment Creek for the siijill sum 1700 tvnsurea IwiBKCoitr My Jack TELEPHONE will sorts mares fcsuaioj lape fur S34K bnsame terms as horse Telephone is 14 hands high years old and I believe Will prove a great breeder S D CREISHAfrIci NewSpriMafldSumiefHlw We hate a Cocriplefce 1I11h w afin fJ li 4cdt iliJ tineol fletit Goodsih V V We spent several weeks in the wholesale markets sctebtlnfTall litie1ntbAbS ty l6s and novelties in millinery Thanking all ourfnends fdtfthetr lBcfepaffairfatJk In the past and hoping for a continuance of tiiesarae nroa i tr rld- rll Lcb Jitct1 esp eet u Y J itl ir1ifiISSEFFlf BRBDSflfW I l1SSEuh SP I QSHOTEb- A KIMBLE KY rtrr ioMlll gemt It Tinsdi AH ta y Is now open for the traveling 11 IMdi fr public the year round R fJa j It is a large commodious huildlV n1iG 1N14J s33q illl i Ju A tiati rJlAleg as the picture in tw t r iF irficatks and isrun iirstclass in 1iThM01JMlK fr4 i everrulari T f 1iVAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro h rb4ri I n tIUnder our plan of selling carridgee bns ii r I files and harness you got tho profits The Job 1ber and retailer are cut out root NotlG StagUsytrapPriceWithleatber ilet gasrtertoD1 X 1riefullestassortment I Selling Carriaggs Qlryctr trJ IIfpo4aredyaalCoed roIoelooblanketstlona of each mailed Box772LOolqBbuq0 m bacco barn of J D Walker with a shotgun and he accidently die charged the contents while reaching for a hand of tobacco Dr L C Nell dressed the wound but amputation may be necessary Mrs Mary Flowers one of the oldest ladies in this community hits been dangerously sIck for the past few days Our merchants returned front market last week and are receiv ing a new and handsome stock of Spring goods Mr Lum Flowers of Columbia epenta few days by the bedside of his sick mother last week Durham Bros of Campbells vine bought of Smith Nell last week 120 hogs at 530 per cwtIt isrep9rted that A B Wil more has the finest Peacock colt in this section and L M Wilmore the best mule colt Quite a number of hogs are sick and a few have died with cholera Dr S A Taylor and wifo spout a few days at Nell last week w H A Walker was at Greens burg the first of the week receiv ing goods for Wilmore Moss Our farmers put in the few good cornandground It is wonderful how the growing crop of wheat has come FjtIRsthought the fly are putting forth a green appearaucf PIJob Couldnt Hano stood Jt If hed had Itching Plies Theyre terribly annoying bUt Butlden s Arni- ca Salve will euro the worst case of 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fertilizer Also a fnl edsandIiertJJl7icxjmenml se us whim in town nf sexNvfColumbia r E3TXRL1SHED iI you Need a 0r IJJ1 rtywt 1r1jt If Your Watcii jOITP 3F BSP AIR Send it to we will repair for you low a cost good work will permit and warrant it TO GIVE SATISFACTION also carry a full line of Watches and Jewelry of every description Send catalogue when city Engraving FREE IRION GIRiItDE1 CO r Market Louisville Kentucky Gorn Drill Come and See Jil ITHE EXCELSIOR The ueHpeSt ever sold in the country It works to perfection also have a ri splendid line of 141 iflarness Bridles Saddles J sievcry12 months and sold on the closest2largin Call and see me jj t J W JACKMAN V Columbia Kentucky 1 r rt rt l lN I SL 1RSITS B 6Etr at rL j t J a IJ lfr t1 t L iZb 4 y IS y us it at as as We for or call in 10Jt W Jt I v jl ol 10 n tri e itIIGilttnrl I GoddStnck tad Careful Drivers Courteous attentl MIwnif lI j- t 4Parties desiring rigs or saddle stockY JJ area LOCATION wear the Hancock Hotel Give r tl H P PropJ jjj andran lviMr residewho SchooWSfftf otherCa11racter Galli6nfflcpAla Sadays FridayHar IDrnspbellsville long5P atlace cqjjihis mcnafewhis lSundaythrowWalling totSunday daughticinnati uponwith bllsyseltl recSaturday daysOCAL audwcommuni HI1have edtio IaSaturday AMr dbeing CIiv bqalumbla farNTION thEtbSoOO JWe OfFdLudgt ety indre otr areMessrs IraRussell OllrrnlAdlr niceMiss alayIneSth seUingwrr purchasedty mhlaMr tiLflley MikeMr invitedbtu cooutof wbellsville fiL Gutc 1Eand tbody partym PERSONAL htb daIrlCQunty1Irr moonshlnerdistiler ThursdayJ Campbellsvilleon aryianditarrapln countcrsrapidly correspondent Campbellsville andcrowds SusanIngram undredl Campbellsville Trabuefarm bgtlietrent Campbellsvill Etlingbam lIeback Connecticut Commercial wilUnrrange Commissioner erv1rb Pembefton Bridgwater commencing CWinfrey Missionary diborhoud resident frequently 11Eel Examinations Harr forajlpctor interesting accompanifr aftcffiboa Pdmberton movot Campbells bellsville professional September formidable Cincinnati thissection throughout slioing McCormack provender syinpatby myorishine Louisville Cumberla Louisville handsome appreciate struggle fertilizer spraining Cothe understand merchants brought 0JuUu employed beinreadi McFarlatTd education Columbia Columbia Columbia liaaeerT yotineed gipccrics Murrays Sunie lietb dwelling Hundreds quantities Columbia Columbia MrEwin territory receiving McFarland EevWP daughter contractors Baptist graduated Baptist Methodist building building largest complete paralysis JIarshall stricken prevented Coakley Columbia Monday handing formerly occupied accoiratoi meetings my twostory Monday Yotras Eeiub Sunday represent Sunday splendid Solomon dividends Monday embraces daysago salesman tUatruc During Dramatic suDlcieut looking firstclass fertilizer paterns Hurtand writing Harvey ofthe resident county husband fountains factured Having Monday running Garnett Sunday Eagle ministers YQIDUI county deserves devoted Spring business fertilizer ublicans Friday Mexican eeIj moving fertilizer Market attended rything McLean business operate Valley Summer Ywas dayko counties children church luxury partner Snring Bailey Murrell during student Friday ABlair Mexican caught caught call II Gooey state YOUNG speaks brands Hudson preach Church Ilardin Troup house location preach bytJ Upton number county urIl located bebut Atkins icecream Several Mutual Attend Large county Saturd friends spring Brands uvANT Bettie titory several livery Sheriff friends ardent ME secured mouth hey MF Thorn winter anon known parlor famous circuit brands Burbec James ngrapl KEKl 200fat invited Barren plank Green Tyler common jjylng parent enroute Stults qgu School named beaten docket lumber inanl Miller quite toSl30 beforefound clerks rented place 4 Moore second several father BLAIR heads Cabell Wain lples erciscs ously here night Smith bereftJeeri Green being school given Adair school papers WALK High JIDIl which place about Press Frank whose house pidly Jesse young Horse price hope hogs weeks frame great daug Wells good WA soda iving young about bank Hurt pped opens from story urrell made Illa good below Clint you from dress trade know play fount usual stock made pays negro Giles made many gent every stock cane when office every when Z third good they court they fresh week May days week John only since lugs sanlt from glad want VT mbia days from Ruel years Insti loosc have Judd days nieuce indul Club have river give upon trip lark Shoe have John week has nded vllle class until from best thaw close hats meet trip Win back buy town Cam upon 8105 with with lett Zion that The mest nigh floor has hear and soda day boot Life here erect stay from open here shoe lent and next nail Fall The wife The Mrs that The log how The Bell wlU The SON apd very The The fw this last nice Mrs ing very next The The who wife Our next who last last Geo last willsold also Rev next Call 18th next who last wen His sale The who put will Did lost sick ing m3a llrst Son tion this last will him this who will but las firm him We will Ing will andwill will few full two left and and will and and will lde and and and 595 and and but and Jas will over and pie are will the bia few and few md and were and ing our can phI the 610 ouse over the See laty the the two and pIe On H but man ast has the ever the the the the com the Vf has the the ago men ago lars the the the Mr Mr ate ain the Mr his not was Mr now per the the the the the Mr Mr Mr the out All the Mr Mr com own his the his man Mr vey his his He EMT the was for was was now his was lot for Mr Mr his six for Mr ty ran 300 till nr led for Mr Mr lot ice Mr tvas not Mr He Dr Mr for fro Mr was by for was for for wu are io run Ife ice con run usi son set are son h all not are R ter all W up ad t In W up see ed be Jr be of go he at be j rlr If lie at to If 4 at at of in of to of in nt in in to at of of ill at 3t of go of at in in of di at at of of we to ey Js in in in of to of of of in cy of of in it In V in in in in to to to an F A in an on to in to an in E is A T D T Is O to In it an on an Is is C is on ex is G L B is ve us is B is L so as A is C Is ce to E J J B J t ci s J to m 1 I d d y I r a r It a t 3 a a I l a a I a a a a a a a a u a a a a a a a a a a u n a o o a e I t s s t t J I t r y l r r ATRESTJ 0LMiss Ovvslcy Hays daugh ter of Hon Joseph E and Mrs Mary A Hays was born in Jamestown Ky March 16 1869 and died in tH same town at the home of her sIster Mrs Sophia Stone April 11 1901 Her mother died when she was but ten weeks old and consequently she never knew the fond love of a mother but she had in her a kind and loving n which manifested itself in herjyrords and actions to those with whom she mixed and mingled When but sixteen years old she united with the Christian church and for a time did nofchow that marked devotion to her Lord and Master that she did in tier latter betaam e to the Importance of n close walk with God and sought and I believe obtained the of perfect love This greatly sweeteifeS her life and gave her an humble boldness to speak and work for her Master as she could not do before She had an ardent love for souls and in someiw was constantly endeavoring toe OtttoKy in whose home she had sometime received alter her dent there is a reference to her pure llfff which has touched the life ofhefaui j for tosayremiada woman of culture but above labored and prayed to be like herf Lord and Savior ij About four years ago she jointed t slat1e dofc ed the church of which she a member and in fact love of Gods people She was a de temperance worker was Presi tdent last year of the W C T Uln Jamestown and at the time of her was a district oflicer Awshe w near to death her sister told her she would soon see loved ones on the othersbore and she said yesbut Jusus of all Still later she asked Jesus tostand by her and said I know he Aill All was done for her land hands could do null she never failed to showI her appreciation or her friends tire less ellorts to care for her Frequently she would say to her sister whose deh cotton to her was beautiful God blesSII you sister She died without a struggle asb though she was going to sleep II funeral service was held by the writer God lay his loving arms aroimd bereaved outs and give them the consolation of Ills grace JESSE L MmmELrb Indian Skeletons While in Columbia last Friday Mr W Sublett a prominent trail and merchant of Cane Valley th hihe0 dian 11four0brIdgea strand when he fou nd the skele ton At the time this discovery was made there were several gentlemen with Mr Sublet all looking for In In dian relics They founu betwen eight and a dozen mounds and digging into of them several skeletons Lucre unearth their bones altogether Mr tJub left isaf the opinion thi it before this ell country was settled a tribe of Indians were located at this point and there buried many of their dea d Quite a number of people have reLics recent found in this bend ty Card of Thanks tvrtme ass IllnePOras Columbia for the beantiful flown apdckindly assistance I tender m ythethanks and deepest gratitul1- May Gods richest blessings attend Bear ye one anothers burden and so fulfill the law of Christ 111oueIIIA Jamestown Ky the Dead the Mrs Solomon McFarland whore sipt4cllant with her husband near the Camp pike four miles from Columbia died last fiaidand was a lady t cedidChcalthmise She leaves besides her busyo and several children the youngest be seven or eight days old The remains were carried to Rowena intermentng Consumptionu to Mr Thos Murrah who resided a ne Valley this county died with trouble on Tuesday the 9tb The this month Ho was about forty of years old and was born and rear in Adair For several years be had of running a team between Colum If and Ca npbellsville and was we 11ceased tbHedren The remains were interred attendingthe Whenever a dwelling becomes lo Columbia there Is a scram it Applications to rent houses far exceedb the supply and this fact shows reacellent and substantial growth IncntuckynJIOurlawyers and doctors stand at the head IheJr professions and our mocha puny SOJBk a joltik- l tW r rr 9 Rev John W Loving formerly pastor of the Campbellsville Baptist Curch but for the past eighteen months the preacher in charge of the Glasgow church will be married tor io row to Miss Mary H Dickinson popular young lady of the capital a Barren county aPeich trees arc in full bloom and it may turn but that they were a little trtoo smart There is nothing more un certain than the condition of April weather and likely as not Jack Frost will put In an appearance before the first of May Should he be detertained there will be fruit in abundance Mr John Crum a policeman and a fearless oflicer was murdered by a nc gro named Quinn in Danville Wednes day night the 10th The negro was running a blind tiger and the officer entered his place for the purpose of arresting him Tlie dead officer was a first cousin of Mr Get R Follis this place beadcharger udnotntunbnext was arrest ed Jn Glasgow and dellved to Sheriff J WHurt this county who was presen receive him 1larke quantity of tabacco has bee shipped out of Adair county in the last haUejhogsheads J D Walker Gradyville about forty hogsheads Smith Sheri relf this place has turnedout forty o mandshipped their own cropsIThere will be preaching at the lowing places next Sunday T F Wat ton Ebeneezer W S Dudgeon Pllr acDuol house Z T Williams Creels boro W II C andidge Union F CtShearer Mt Pleasant J F Roach Prices creeK G W Montgomery Egypt W P Gordon Cane Valley TL Hulse Elroy Dr W Harvey ofJ Louisville this city Judge W w Jones is preparing to make some valuable improvements on already inviting home He is hay the wire fence fronting Greens burg street removed which will replaced by a handsome and more crdurable one the foundation being rock The verandas to his residence will be removed and two twostoty porticos erected in their stead Tlie health of Columbia was never r A few people very few came alarmed last week when Jim Duncan colored boy reached town with a mild case of smallpox The chargisd e m removed to an isolated point out town He Is now about well and one need not apprehend any danger the disease spreading from him We put up tombstones made of stnpi tion marbles from 800 up scription on each one We cut stoness any shape and cutany thingon you may desire also make duplicate of any stone you have or wish one cutr like When stones are set up if they are not as ordered oou are not re ulra to pay for them Coakley Sims Bros Campbellsville Ky The Green County Court has been ttrY brldges across coun A committee was appointed t ascertain the cost and at the las vahos was r against the bridges and the tatcr thoYare about equally divided ont propositionrThe exagera ted statements that are being circulated through the Coll11mblaAs elsewhere stated in this Issue only OLtemlld case has struck the town patient being quickly refuoved doctors The one atllicted is shotttthisthe town in a knoll y condition A mans liife is worth more to his muy than tbe house in which Tie Death is inevitable and no one knows when it w ill come Therefore man who cail should carry a poloc on his life for t uc benefit of rho upon JjiuJ If you pay ont house for fifty years you get no re unless the property urns The Connecticut Mutual is the bost payingc dividend Life Company in tht Unite llis States Call at this office We desire to extend our s mpahyI Mr McC Goode of Caiapbellsvillf who has lately been l rlet ell by tUesiou death of his IJatfher Mr John Good end came on Friday the 5th day this month at Manns yule Taylor county Mr Goode was aboit 62 years age and ivas an excelle ut citizen we are correctly informed the de was reared on Caseys creek county and leaves many reCatlves d friends In and about Roley atMthe Jojbn H ConfedcraVeterans to 9dof tobloLuclanjDunhamHGradjof Columbia were elected Miss Vlvlfta Durt jam and G ertrude Grady were elected MaidtS vtt Honor Resolutions oa the deathalt Mr W Q Emteon w era pttnext LtfvUftn Pr- A Proposed Railroad r The CourierJournal of lost Wcdnes day contained an article giving details ot a new rallrond to be built from Waliballa NC to a point in Ie UntBergstrom of Xebratika an old rail roader is the chief promoter and the company backed by English capital is being organized in Louis lIIeThe road will enter Kentucky from Pckett county Term and will pass through Clinton Cumberland Adair Green Laurel and Hardin counties striking tholr respective county seats We will watch for further developments in this much needed enterprise The following Isji paragraph in a ser mon deliver1 bjr Dr Talmage on Bus ter Sunday I heard of a father and son who among others wore shipwreck cdatsea The fatlieraml the son climb cd into the rigging The father held on but the soa after a while lost his hold on the rigging and was dashed down The rather supposed he had gone hopelessly under tljo Wave The next day the father was brought ashore from the rigging in an exhaust cd state and laid on a boll in a fisher mans hut and aver many hours pass tintw on same s boy Oh ray friends what a glorious atlasnt to find our loved ones beside us com thsc graveyard coming up in the slme- mornlugllghtthc fattier and sunnily- reverfo all the loved ones alive Corey tro part never moroto die chdr clever gentleman and a fine business man but he knows very little about horse flesh He owns considerable lastRwas out at ant tracts of laud From the neighbor hood in which his Miller farm is located he secured a horse null rode to Breeding a distance of fifteen miles the Southern portion of the coun try having au interest in that locality fie bitched where several other horses were standing and when ready to re turn he got upon another mans horse and rode the trip back without ever discovering the change Friday the telephone wire was kept warm trying to locate Mr Newbold Mr J V White exhibited at this office a few days ago several rare riosities which belonged to his son Mont who died while en route home from Sun Francisco and who was a soldier in the Philippine Islands The articles a bolo knife policemans billy walkingcane with spear Incased and a jointed hone which is thought to be the spinal column of an animal and several arrows the kind the Fit ipinos use in battle These articles were secured by the deceased soldier near Manila Mont told his lathe that he had secured a number of other Moriositiesns which he intended bringing home but someone broke into his box and stoletbem The Bank of Jamestown is ibout to commence the erection of Its banking house Judge Jas Garnett Mr R F Paull who are stock holders of the bank were in Jamestown last week to consult other interested parties about the plan and specifics tions of the building It Is to be brit and will be located on the corner lot across the street from Pattersons Jamcstutyt a e business houses they would not onlyp add greatly to tfie a of thec but would materially increaseg eir trade Jamestown has a splendid citizenship and all that is lacking make the place a good business Is allttle mop push Transylvania Presbytery of which the Church of Columbia is a member mot at Danville last week The re tiring ModeratorpDr C Roberts the sermon and he DrdW H Johnston About twrntyfour Rev wYplace Five Theological stollen were examined with a view to Uclntsure and encouraging and interesting reports were resolved from schools Tvvcntysix persons gate their Ham esLwlshng to be organized into a PresbYJ terlan Church at New Market Marie n seblrSC3Seatiafarmed uslast week he was 3 candidate for the Repub lican nomination for Assessor and his announcement was made in last FrlEisss issue of the Spectator Mr c a young man well qualified to di charge thejduties of the office for which he seeks lIe is full of energy a good mixer and a popular gentleman He pf course is not of our political persuar but nevertheless a nice fellow and P will doubtless win the nomination which he seeks GeorgiaII jri Jnforiflation obtainable we nod she will enter the ra LshelurP js a sister of Mr E lYour Reed and is wdfavdrably known in the cducationa1 Circles n this partI the State Site is a lady fitted by nteducation and n KyflH this ntfmon r the nomination in her part She develop rearstf gtl1tAn Interest rig proffraai has been m ode out for Childrens Day he services to be held at P ilyton ttits county Sunday ulghtl Ali are in iteal Ob8 grwwet r J v In Her 83d Year Mrs Susan Ingram wife of the la James IngramafterrtlrogcrlDgillneM of cantie Valley lat Monday She was a estimable old ady and hud been a consistent Christian for ninny years She was a sister of Messrs James and William Page who live fh the neigb borlioodof Cane Valley and an aunt of Messrs Jas T and W J Page of Columbia The remains were interred andd friends attending the funeral T1 children of thedeceased yet living lo our knowledge ore Walter and F I Ingram the former living in Illinois the latterncar Cane Valley and Mrs Robertson who resides on Greet river Last Saturday we went through the manufacturing district of Columbia and found business exceedingly lively Col L B Hurt who is the mana in the stave yard was too busy to notice our presence and the ten twelve hands employed had not to remove their eyes trout theirwork Thousands of staves are cut and edged inja day and as fastas they arc prepar ed they are loaded in wagons and hauled to Campbellsville At the furni tore factory Superintendent Pile was out but several workmen were busy getting the machinery in readiness to run This enterprise is turning out furniture rapidly and is selling about as fast The 5th day of this month was bI r IceIt has been the custom for several years to celebrate the event by spread fog au elegant dinner having nil his ildren present Upon this occasion Mrs W T Grant Louisville did n reach here but Mr A B Gowdy an wife Dr Jas Triplett wife and daugh ter Uanipbillsville Miss Minnie Mr J F Triplett were prcsenttrhe old gentlemans general health is very good and he complains but little Last Spring farmers of Adair county lost quite a number of lambs and were ata loss to account for the illness A writer in the Nelson Recurci Ives bis experience about tlufsly He says for two years 1899 and 1900 he lost lambs and during the last year he cut one them open and found the st tiuach full of dry timothy hay so dry that it would ignite He removcl the lambs from the hay and had no more losses Mr W C Cundill of Dunn ville represented the Duunville Tent of Mac cabees in tire State Convention at Louisville last week On his home he spent a few days in tbis cality using a good portion of last Monday in Columbia in the interest of the Buffaloes lie is well up in the work and while here conferred the degrees on quite a number including the News man in a very impressive manner Mrs Nona Cabell desiring to pleas- liar pupils arranged for an egg huu- nday following Easter Sunday About seventyfive eggs were hid on Mrs Cabclls premises and the word given to start the one finding the largest number to receive a Ariz All the eggs were found after a loo gIng hunt Miss Jennie McFarland winning the prizes ocOurthe Burkcsville Herald has a griev ante either against an artist or his printing press His picture in the lastI issue of the Herald is a splendid representation of an Indian Squaw A great many people about town at in much of their time on t banks The fishing is said to goodtCROELSBORO Cap S H Irwin got his house cove r ed Friday Miss Nettie Denney was isiti Miss May Buster Friday Mr and Mrs J D Irwin Jr wet in Jomestown TuesdaytWjllls Bledsoe was in Puncheon CampBottom Wednesday Mrs Emma Grlder Irish Bottom asin our midst Monday isMiss Bonnie Irwin Irish Bottom music under Mrs Bertha Buster IL Buster was in Jamestown Misses Emma and Julia Irwin we visiting Mrs HS Irwin Wednesday Mrs Cora Armstrong and lit daughter Effie were visiting M JosieHigginbottom Tuesday Nannie Vlgle returned fr FridaysMrs Pearl Buster and children were calling on Mrs L II Buster Wednes day Mrs Sarah Jones is visiting MS J Clayton Miss Parkle Coffey returned from McKinney Friday Mrs Lean Murphey and granddaughter Miss Lillie Murphy were Visiting Mrs Malinda Clayton last week ryasceFrank Bradshaw living hear ti d1ed Thursday evening and was burled at the Ramsey Graveyard Fri day The deceased leaves a wife and little daughter Ir Mr and Mrs A A Clayton en tained at their home last Tuesday night the gayest crowfjof young pqo pie that exec assembled in this town Every one enjoyed themselves be togT1enceriained with delightful mu riarvd by Kr Cteytoa aid bttoer The snog Remember those vows of tolung ago was sung by Miss May Bus byMrkes candies fruit and popcorn were passed around adding much to the pleasure of all Those present were Misses Sallicand Willa Barnes May and Nellie Buster Ada Tburston Sallie Vigle Mullie Cora and Carrie Bradsuaw Maud Grider Emma and Julia Irwin Avada Grider Arlee Bell Lizzie Hadley Bottle Ramsey and Bonnie Irwin Messrs Willis Bledsoe tcE C and Roy Armstrong Ramy Irwin CosbyConeyTom and Sam Ramsey Geo Barnes Gordan Thuiston C F Duubar and FL Higginbottom GREENSBURO J A Ilobson was in Louisville last veek buying goods crB E Courts and daughter are in Cincinnati buying goods Miss Alice Mudd has returned from an extended visit with friends and rel atives at Danville Mr and Mrs J Me V Sbreve have returned home from visiting relatives at Danville Miss Louise Cabell of Camp Knox is visiting Miss Vivian Durham and friends here atliousu Friday nightaCol Geo Weissenger of Pewee Val y has been visiting at the Green River Hotel the past ten days W R Bomar the photographer has discontinued business here and moved to Campbellsville Campbellsdmorning Campbellseweek John Bell incoming down the Buck ner hill with a hogshead of tobacco was thrown from his wagon and the wagon pa ssed over his leg breaking it SPARKSV1LLE areoget along nicely with their work preparing for crops A great deal of fencing is being tlonuv Rev Jesse prcaohid an interesting sermon at the Baptist church Sunday Prof Yates sang at Chestnut Grove Sunday Since he got his organ we hove been having plenty of music rtProf J II Nell was in Columbia Tuesday Mr Maylen Traylor a popular young man of the Breeding neighborhood will start for Texas the 22nd of this month He is going to the same place where his brother Mr Mclvln Traylor is located who has been there for two years visitedtgrand parents Saturday night Mr J II Wilson was on the sick list several days of last week ebliss Sallie Yarberry who is attend school at Gradyville spent Satur day at home Rev Johnston will preach at AntI h Sunday Mr Jack Fletcher who is attending the Normal at Burksville spent Saturday night and Sunday at home Mr Dan England who has been gone from this part to the State of Texas weekewas a withbeo his home in Texa- sr1Wotnans Weariness Womans sensitiveness make them subject to more Intense weariness than gmen The melancholy depression and slugeorgans he system with impurities poisons tbc blood and shatters their nerves Morleys Sasaparilla and Iron will cleanse the system revitalize the energyisagents every If You Want relCORN DRILL- CULTIVATOR tieBUGGY v HARNESS roSADDLE BRIDLE GERMAN MILLET SEED EERTILIZElIOIN TOWN CALL ON win F JFFFRIEL SON You can find a lot of useful Notions at Sinclairs that are very cheap as he means to close them out at once Loan Office PoliciesinBOUGHT FOR CASH isOR LOANED UPON Farm Timber Lands Optioned FOR SALE OR EXCHANGED NOTICEte t We Toniisli Abstracts to Dfls oiii7 LEASES GRESSy P Mcntcellof Ky f OtWeW B CleWt C0AS Wheat an4 Corn Last weeks decrease In the Amen can visible supply of wheat was lets than expected amounting to only 410000 bushels The amount on pas sage increased 28COOOO bushels hug total exports from all surplus coun tries were only 7232614 bushels against 7902939 in the ceding week and 9231495 a year ago The loss compar ed with 1900 amounted to over two million bushels from Argentina and there was also a heavy decrease in Bus sian exports American and Austra lian shipments raIned moderately Actual news of importance is extreme ly scanty and market operators make the most of available material Speculators for an advance dwelt on the fact that spring wheat sowing will be late In some sections owing to bad weather A trilling increase of514000 bushels occurred in the American visible supply of corn last week and the amount of passage Ishowed a moderate decrease of 595000 bushels Total ex ports from all surplus countries were 3427084 bushels against 3755575 in t the previous week and 6023848 a year ago Some strength was developed out of the excessive moisture in a few dis trictsDuns Review A Baling Roaring Flood o Washed down a telegraph line which Chas C Ellis of Lisbon Ia had to repair Standing waist deep in Icy water he writes gave me a terribie cold and cough It grew worse daily Finally the best doctors in Oakland Neb Sioux City and Gmaha said I had Consumption and could not live Then I began using Dr Kings New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles Positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all Throat and Lung troubles by T E Paull Price 50c and 3100 Holy Thursday was observed by Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria who washed the feet of 12 mendicants who were picked up in the streets They were afterwards dined and given money Job Couldnt Hano stood It If hed had Itching Piles The re terribly annoying but Bucklen s Arni- ca Salve will cure the worst case of piles on earth It has cured thous ands For Injuries Pains or Bodily Eruptions its the best salve in the Price tae a box Cure guarau 1world Sold by T E Paull It is now time for the stockmen to advertise their stock In our judgment the newspaper that reaches the people is the very best medium Bills do but little towards advertising as they are rarely ever seen but a few miles from home their purpose in the uain to set forth terms The News read by 5000 people every week is ready to tell the story If you haw rood stock worthy and desirable ad erUse in this paper Any cough Is serious enough to war- f nt prompt attention It is what it 1Y result In that mrkes a cough dan roes For all sU httand stubborn v i ighvfor gripp lung fever bronchi asthma and other throat and lung ctsons you can find no other reme y so agreeable and harmless or so mptly effective as Morleys Honey r ctoral Price 25 cents Ask your r iggest Yin R Warner the widely known mufacturing chemist and the first H in who over manufactured sugar Vvted pills died at Philadelphia last ek Almost Blind Mr D Kessing Bannock Ky says J little four year old girls eyes were Si weak from birth that she could not stood any light at all Was treated by veral physicians without benefit My neighbors persuaded me to buy fforleys Sarsaparllla and Iron from 3Jf ODaugherty BaunockKy Three bottles not only restored her sight huh made her stronger and healthier than she ever wrs in her life Sold by agent iu every town The celebrated Gainsboro portrait of the Duchess of Devonshire which was stolen in London twentyfive years isvaluedA Testimonial From Old England I consider Chamberlain s Cough Remedy the best in the world forbronchi tls says Mr William Savory of War rington England hIt has shed my wIres life she having been a martyr to bronchitis for over six years being most of the time confined to her bed She is now quite well It is a great pleasure to the manufacturers of Chamberlains Cough Remedy lobe ebjS lo publish testimonials of this character They show that great good Is being done pain andsuffering reliev t ciandxaluablelivesrestoredtohealthandbapplness for ale by if Cravens c KNIFLEY The farmers in this section have not done much for some time on account of wet weather In speaking of the Mexican soldier in your last issue you stated there were ten in the county There are two in this section James W and John Leslie Bottom preached at Bo Icy the first Sunday and also united Mr Willie Darnel and Hiss Stella Cas key in the holy bonds of matrimony at the brides home Avery large crowd attended the fu neral and burial of Mr John V Goode conducted by Eld W G Montgomery Mr Goode was a highly respected citi zen of Casey Creek Mrs Bettie Bottom who has bEen very low with measles Is improving slowly Mr J J Bryant of Sherman lIt is visiting his brother W E Bryant of Casey Creek Mr Phlll Dudgeon was in this community last week buying hogs at 5 cts per pound Bowen Murray have about completed their Hour mill U G Hendrickson who has been very sck for the past four weeks is improv ing slowly Womans Weariness Womans sensitiveness make them subject to more intense weariness than men The melancholy depression and exhaustion they suffer is due to sluggish action of their organs which loads the system with impurities poisons the blood and shatters their nerves Morleys Sasaparilla and Iron will cleanse the system revitalize the nerves and give strength and energy Sold hyagents in every town Senator McComas of Maryland nounces the election law recently pass ed by the Democratic Legislature of that State for the reason that its pur poseis lito render it impossible for cit izens who cannot read to vote and right on the heels of this declaration he serves notice that the Republicans wilt not rest until they restore our fair election law to thestatute books This means that Maryland must be governed by citizens who cannot read Senator McComas is not the only Republican who holds to the idea that the negroes can be held in subjec tion to the Republican party by keep ing them in a state of illiteracy Tis EasyTo Feel Good Countless thousands have found a blessing to the body in Dr Kings New Life Pills which positively cure Con stipation Sick Iltacache Dizziness SauurliCe Malaria Fever and Ague find all Liver aud Stomach troubles Purely vegetable never gripe or waken Only 25c at T E Paulls drug 5toreIAn experience with a balky bursts is told by a farmer as follows One day I was driving him along the railroad and just as we got into the crossing he balked At first I was afraid a train would come along and then after a while I djdnt care whether one came or not and in about an hour I was afraid one would ntcome 1just ached to have a train come along I prayed for oce Prettysoon I saw one com ing It made me smile and when the engineer blew his whistle for me to get oil the track I laughed I just climbed out of the back of the buggy and leaned against the fence and pre pared to enjoy the picnic Ob but it was sport The balky hordes went that time He was distributed along the track for twenty rods And the old buggy and horse looked so comical I never had such fun since I was a boy I sued the railroad company for 200 a jury of farmers gave me 8672 Cp It is too hard to drive a balky horse and be a Christian at the same time I tried two years and gave Itup an had job S Do not leave home on journey with out a bottle of Chamberlans Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ills pleasant safe and reliable For sale by MCraven The News now nas the most complete assortment of stationary job material and equipments It has ever had We can please you If you need any thing In our line Henry Pickrell of Carlislewho died last week was one of two brothers and five sisters whose Combined ages were 630 years and the average ago 01 and 2 7 years All were Vigorous up to tfie time of death and their mental faculties were clear to the last Three Mack swans we ihafc ed atI the Spring Grove cemetery atCIncItf natl Jast Week They are the first of their kind so faras is known In tblsj country They ire the offspring of a pair bought hyfthe cemetery authori ties of Ilafttsbnhibuti a tie r ifgo About Gossip Gosip may be friendly and neighborly We like the word because it con veys a suggestion of good news or good comment but it is no longer gos sip when it ceases to deal with pleas ant happenings and loving wishes and because critical or ceusirious or lapses into slander The most unworthy talk in the world is that which is car ried on in welspers and temiconfi dences and which retails the unfor tunate errors of people whom we know Never to say an unkind thing never to imply an unfriendly thing even by our silence re rules which we should make and to which we should scrupu lously adhere Elizabethtown News A pathetic scene was enacted in the Circuit Court at Bloomington Ind when Mrs Mollie Fisher aged eighty appeared as a witness and asked a di vorce from her husband William F sli er aged 81 Both were so feeble t at they went to the witness stand wih difficulty The husband said be bad been kept from his home for over fifty years because a son had treated him cruelly and abused him and the mother took thesons part The old father went to the home of a daughter She asked for 83000 alimony The Judge refused to take action and wild that the trouble would soon forever be settled by the Great Master as both were r on the verge of eternity Reports received at the State Department atWashington sbow that a large number of women in China are committing suicide on account of Ing mistreated by the foreign soldiers When a Chinese woman is ciiminally abused by a foreigner or any othor person she notifies her relatives and those of her husband and at the same time announces that on a certain day she will kill herself The result of the atrocities Is that in many of Chinese villages and even in the larger cities where the soldiers have been located the female populatiin has almost entirely disappeared In the lower precincts the Bussioas are the chief aggressors Some idea of the way the govern ment was robbed in the purchase of vessels at the outbreak of thewarwitli Spain may be gathered from the fact that the transport Terry for which 150000 was paid was advertised for sale at an upset price of 40000 and nut a single bid was received When bought by the government this steam er was an old excursion boat on Long Island Sound under the name Hart ford The Executive Committee of the Kentucky State Board of Health bad dead d to enforce a mouitied quar antine aguiriNt the Suite of Tennessee Allpersuns coming from Tennessee will be required tu show a certificate of recent vaccination before being al lowed to crass the Kentucky State line Smallpox brought in by Southern tn groes is the cause of the quarantine The follow nir tribute to u chriMitin mother Is worthy to be written in golden letters and placed over the mantle of every bQmHc When the angel of life came to a neinhber dwelling she was there to rejoice at the incarnation When the angel of death came to a neighbors dwelling she was there to robe the departed for the burial The State Christian Eudavor Con vention which was to have been held in Cynihiana in May has ben aban doned and no State Convention will be held this year The reason for the change is that the International Convention will be held in Cincinnati in July and so many Endeavorers will attend the big convention it was thought that many would nut attend the State endive noun J F Price Henry Price and Mrs Nancy Phillips said to be the oldest triplets in the world celebrated their C2J blrthdnv at Jackson Miss last eekr Clara Sharp aged tour years was Struck bye train at Evansville Ind and thrown twentyfive feet over an embankment The child alighted on her feet and was not hurt Halley and Leroy Strutton escaped from the Lawrenceburg jail at night H ally Is under sentence to hang fur the murder of Newton Scarcy and Leruy was In jail awaiting trial for the same offense Sheriff Blatt pursued the criminals and capttiredHaliy Strutton about a mile fifom town Leroy was captured by the jailers wife as he rushed from llls cell The men struck JailerSparrow who was in their coil removing ashes from a stove He be came unconscious from the blow and the prisoners made their break for lib cr1yY x JEWEL PEACOCK Registry 1232 Vol111 This ccrrltis that L H Oabell 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 131897 Marks four white feetPEDIGREEJewel Ptacock Is by Peacock 498 he hy BIJIhans 3 Dam ewE 0 1304 by Jewell Denmark 70 second dam Dew Drop by Artist 75 third dam by Cabells Lexington F S I B HALL Sec Shd nnd transferred this 21st day of Dec ir 1899 to D B Dowell East Fork Ky L II CABELL Jewel Peacock wlllnd at my stables2i miles east of East Iork tend will serve mares fur 10 00 I will slut stand my two and five year old Jacks Bas el and Tom at 500 and GOOD DOWELL East Fork ICentu k- yWilmoro Hotel0 W M WELJIOKE Prop Gradyville Kentucky is no better place to stop THERE at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached YETINEM SURGEON ristuto Pollevil Splints Spavin or any tnr clats work done at fair prices IGUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of sock- S D ORENSHAW iXmUc from Columbia on Disappointment BRUNERCO WHOLESALE PRODUCE DEFERS We charge no co omission on Butter Pool try and Egg Ala Kiiarant iiijhes market prices 471 Cnok Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY ih FRAN K M BALLENGER wrru ROOinScnNorton 8 Go WtlOESAE Dry Goods Notions Etc LOUISVILLE KY JJ W m0 l+ Blacksmiths + AND WoodworkexColumbia I arnprepared to d o all kinds of woo = In my line and if you need re pairing done on your Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember me I keep for salewagon and buggy tires rings spokes and alt kinds of bolts My prices are right anfTsacls factlon tniuranfceii Give me a coil LIVEr MARKET Reported by tho Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 4 555 75 Light shipping 50rBest butchers 4 1524 50 Fair to goodbutchers 3 503 90 Common to medium btchr 2 753W noos Choice packing and butch era 200 to 300 fbs j b lb Fair to goorl pacldngjieg to 200fts v 0 00 Good to extra light 120 1xfV 160 tbs 6 80 BEEP Allp LAKIW Good to extra shipping Shee 3 50 1FalrtpCommon to medium 2 i t ijVj 1 NINE has brought permanent relief to a mil lion luffering women were on their way to premature graves MrsMitobull vru fast declining in health when Win otCardnl perforrncda Tandem care in her caae She suffered i ith the cgo nice of falling of tho womb leucorrlKx and proftuo menstruation TLc er appearancsof the raengesfort n onths phtealThen came tho trial of vio of Cardnl and tho cure Mrs Mitclolls experience onght to commend Yino of Cadu to women in vords of burning eloquence WlNEOFCA1IDTJI Is within tho reach of nil Vfonicn who for iflbotttirelievedne fyCnrndui and do not take a eabatitute if tcnderoo you Willie Mitchell South Gusto Wine Cardul end Theft rds nrauahthwoperformedamlraeulora cure In caio bad been n great r wtth ralllns of the end lenc rren andmrmenm came every week two months and wero very painful Mr bat band Induced me to try wine of fnrdal and Blueknranjsht and the Icncor baa disappeared and am restored t perfect health In eawf serial aynptoms hulks atvliory Tie Cliatunoom p 1attanooJ While George Tandy oTChrist ian county was operating a feed cutter his left hand was caught between the cogs and ground to pieces His arm had to be ampu tated The Best Remedy For Rliminia tisUl QUICK RELIEF FitOJI PAIN All who use Chamberlains Pain Balm for rheumatism are delighted with tbe quick relief from pain which it affords When speakingcf this trD N Sinks of Troy Ohio says Some time ago I had a severe attack of rheumatism in my arm and sboul der I tried numerous remedies but got no relief until I was recommended by Messrs Geo F Parsons Co druggists of this place to try Chamber lains Pain Balm They reccommcnd ed it so highly that I bought a bottle I was soon relieved of all pain I leave since recommended this liniment to many of my friends who agree with me that it is the best remedy lea mus cular rheumatism in tbe market For sale by 31 Cravens DECATUR The Bun is shining bright in my Old Kentucky Home again R J Wade Font Hill who has been attending school at Lxing ton for some time passed thruugli here en route home last week Todd Brown is complaining 1 t a sprained ankle at present Bryan Wade and Roe Ray went potato peddling last week and say they sold slow Bertha Walters has returned homo from Phil where she had been visiting her sister Mrs 0 G Russell Russell and Casoy ought to have had built a pouthouse for too Republican candidates who were defeated in the primaries Gee Whiz wouldnt it havetakeu a big one 7 Whenever the laboring wan un dertakes to support u family told a saloon at the same time the family gets left Many a woman is chained to the washtub because some rich rumlord gut s tit labor earnines of her husband UuI euu Let the millions thus expended go for wives and children nod humes and many a boy now barer ted would put his new trousers in his first fedtupped bouts and sing to IIbwalk with honest pride among hur happy mates Many a faithful wife would smile away her shad owe aud feel that Gods sunBliiiie had come again into her soul many a desolate homo would be come a paradise with uobuipuit iu its borders u puluutt uth no skeleton in its wallsI tltofront her fathnr and compelkd to Jive with her mother caused nit adjournment of tho Kenton oirunit JluUft Her parents wero pnrtiss to a tiivarcB suit and pending a sBttlenint df tho Cape Jiulgo Tar vt teas citlled upon todecid who should have the temporary euro stud custody of the child Thp little coin chose to rciniaiu with Ifer father and the Judge ojwjirdad him reAadgBwton t f rw j PATT SON HOTEL J STOOL ICI IY- l Xi twr place ca V fii id thou ar thi i named hotel ttabovei It is new elegantly r furnished and the j jr r Ryr n t s bloat all times sup Ii t 11 plied with the best 4 t i So the market affords v k Feed Stable in con p jection J B PATTERSON Prchri- etorMIhliERIRfEGE WIIOLESALl UFACTUUKUS M S ES v Harness and reWork rvsi 172 Fo venue l ep resented dO Hi1thLIoUISVIIeLrE K y DUCKNER PresidentIJ I VCdentJunUCKNERJRo Buckner TobaGGw arefeouse So 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND ETAND 216220 TENTH ST LOUIS ILW KV SPECIAL KTTeNTION CI3ZA pRi KTE SALES FOUR M NTHS FREE ItAQt Independent House Mark your iL BUCKNER HOUSE c CoJ YR Nr BAI8TPROPRIETORS OF R Lebanon oS Marble Works f 1 LEBANON K Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of iIGfRANITEPRICE 3 LOW WORK GHTVKAJSTT ED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices ss than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry wort uch as foundations fronts etc WM F JEFFRIES Local Agent oluntbia Ky To get a reoI good cup of coffee youll ive to start back of the aCe al making youll have to look to the roasting and the grinding In ARBUCKLES you have a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you with all the pores of the berry hermetically sealed Youre sure of a good cup of coffee f because all the coffee Savor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than But dont be tempted to buyta package of some other coffee when you can get Arbuckles Roasted or CoIfeV it is actually less expen sive than the cheap kind goes further besides being better flavored more satis fying srill find a list of creSd niti AtbeckiesCogee these itttclc a yuuiu when jort tey the coffee The one yes C7I1DBNotfcn Dcpsrhncnt cstski tKusbsJ of Ifpaw cut fiom the nipjniA- RBUCKLB BRat Nofloa Dept New York Cky NY rY