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I t THE ADA1R COUNTY NRVS0 VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA ADAIR OOTJMTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY i 1901 NUMBER 25 Y POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY j Russell Postmaster Omcehours week days700 a m to 880 pm COURT DIRECTORY CtncUITcouar Three sessions a year- Monday Tlt January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit JnageW WJones Commonwealth s AttotneyN H W Aaron SherilfJ W Hurt Clerk Jno Coffey COURTFirst Monday in each month JudgoJ W Butler County AtUrneyJasa tnettJr CUTk T Stults ailer MUchall Assessor Bradshaw SurveyorR T McCaffree School SuptW Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher second Monday InRegnlarcourt ach month idgeJ W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESDYTERtNI STBBBTRCT T P Walton SundaysnSabbath Prayer meeting every night METHODIST BtmssviLLB STBEETRCV W P monthIpastor Services first Sunday In each Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BPTISTtBov Castor Services third Sunday in each month indayschol every Sabbath at m Prayer neetlng Tuesday night AMPBBLtsvlLLE Pirn Elder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No F and MEcgn ar meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each month WM T R Sect meelaIIR A No7 lint Monday night in each month H P SecretarytW W c s=SS Caxxas to Also Dealer inlFINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHR STYLISH BRANDSS4 Remember the place 408 West Market Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET to Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Proplo 0gSTThe above Hotel has been rep tted repainted and is now ready forb the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable rood sample room Feed stable attacked UOWRGIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KYh mil YAUGUANfPropnetorsa of 0openedLndHolt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table Is supplied at all times with the very best the market affords Tho proprietors are attentive and very polite guests sample rooms and the building la convenient to the business houses First class livery attached to the hoteL Terms very reasonable l leMnn Steam Larindry LEBANON EY IrnORODGHliY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper enced workmen and doing as high trade work vas pan ba turned nut any lace in the country Patronize aI nine institution Work of Adair tussell Tapl r and Green solicited W JOJiNSTONJc60 Pro REED MILLER Agents ltdrobin KelstuckY tions to good JHo aud nth tiro immcKliatclyovcil from 3nr a Little Lrv rP joJ1ii Fhftl ugnr Cnattl 0 j NOTORIOUS MEN Only one Left of the James Gang to Greet the Younger Boys rdFrom a rolling conversation with Frank ames I learned that when the Younger boys came out of the Minne apolis prison after putting in a quarter of a century there that they will find on the outside scarcely asingle one of the old crowd that went up and down the line with them in their hood days C W Quantrell the noted leader of the famed Quantrells hand started on the Blackwater on his raid into Kan sas at the time Lawence Kan was sacked and over 100 citizens killed Tbatwas late in the fall of18F3aod soon after Quantrell was killed in Kentucky Five years later Lieutenant Lull a Chicago polfcemarf went out into Mis sourl for the purpose of making free warren of the members of Quantrells band He killed John Younger the oldest of the famous brothers A few days later while riding out on horse backLuli was shot and killed from ambush and his body sent back to Chica go for burial Bud McDanlels one of most noted of the gang who robbed the Kansas Pacific train at Mun cis seven miles from Kansas City was hunted ta the woods riddled with buckshot by the pursuing party brought back and died in the Lawrence jail- Thompson McDanlels while robbing the Huntington W Va bank away back in the sixties was shot and killed by the pursuing party Bob Ford who killed Jesse James in 1882 died of consumption and some sap remorse a year ago Charlie Ford his accomplice was shot and killed two years later in a sa oon row at Crccde 01 Wood lute who was the leader at Glendale Winstjn and Blue Cut robberies tied to Kentncky otter the Blue Cut rub iery killed an officer there returned to Ray county Mo where in turn he was killed by Bob Ford and pick Little Bill Anderson another prominent member of the James gang returned Bay county in 18C8 and was killed near Rlchmond Jim Inmau as fear less acd desperate a man as Quantrell had in hisxommond escaped from Mis souri after the Blue Cut but a little- ater was killed in Kentucky Andy McGuire was arrested in Jack county fur participating in the Richmond bank robbery and taken to that point One night a mob took him from the jail and hanged him to the highest tree Ol Shepherd was with his brother at the Russell ville bank rubbery He fled Missouri from Kentucky and was killed near Lees Summit in this by the detectives who were fol wing him Jack Keene was arrested for partici in the Huntington W Va robbery when Tom McDaniels was killed He is only known by his alias Jack Keene and is serving alongI term for his work George Shepherd who with his brother Ol and several of the gang robbed the Russellville Kv beak in 63 and served a term for his actIclaimed the proud distinction of once shot Jesse James In the back the head during a quarrel is now said to be living near Kansas City Jim Cummings was raised in Clay county Mo and joined the gang in 1870 He was at the Glendale rubbery but not at Winston or Blue Cut lIe was chased out of Missouri and has never been heard of since George Todd who was considered one of Quantrells most daring men was killcdnear Independence during Prices raid by Union soldiers Ed Miller a brother of Clell Miller who was killed at the Rortbfield Minn uffiifr joined the lame gang in 1877 He was nat the first Glendale robbery In 18i He klt ed by iino ofthe 91l alter lilt hula during aoHrgumfiH XVir ih4 pill tis said Tnckir Hrthlmut ih gag w pHrtlcipated n iht Gunciitli train roo iaeryand was captured and iif upward pardoned In order that he might txlr rift againfit the James ttoysr was killed ne r Gnar BrdKnh bYI rnvmfvr of tit 1L KHneiitjr its Jam da aru f n ag I known as the Jackson County Terror was killed by Jim Crow Chiles another of the gang who accused Jones of stealing his horse Jim Crow Chiles who slew Jones waskilled shortly after by a citizen Independence during a street fight So it will be teen that the only one of the old crowd lefton earth is Frank Jame slald and sober old citizen of this town who dreads notoriety and who asks nothing of bis fellow men these days but to be let alone Kan sas City cor to Minneapolis Journal Sixty Years a Tramp John Lynch aged 80 who died th other day used to boast that be was the oldest tramp in the United fedw Lynch came to the United States from Ireland 60 years ago He said in summing up his long life as a hobo hIt is better after all to work than to beg But after a man gets a start of 10 or 20 years as a tramp he makes up his mind that it is then too late to begin a new life of labor I began tramping because I was disappointed I just wandered about not caring what became of me Why I couldnt get sick couldnt take cold couldnt freeze or starve I dont say I tried to I got careless the very first year of my wanderings It made no difference to me whether I was shaved or well dressed No one knew me Sleeping on the ground nev er gave me rheumatics In the sum mer nights I took a s vim In mill dams of course but never bathed in winter It is a great mistake for men to chill their blood or make it too hot by or d hot baths Walling is the best exercise of all Coldcoarse eating is the best for man Generally tramps live toa good old age This is helped by their being free from mental cares Every tramp I ever met in my years cocpurience always had a regular circle to swing iriiund in I am now talking IIr a tramp in ihc bur nisei for years In the circle be swiigs iu he learns to know every fcorly worth knowing and he is never in want of a leg or a place to sleep In summer the best place to rsta- nd seep is In the woods I never card to sleep in tramp beds provided at farmhouses Give me a straw stack in the dead of winter I always avoid a haymow There is a lifegiving something in straw that builds a man up Ob yes I drank snare liquor in myI time As man gruwsuiii he needs tra nourishment and stimulant Tramps when they wear thin clothes look cold but they aint They do not want overcoats lint a halfdozen vests is nothing I have no pointers to give only this let all young men avoid tramp life To have the pity and the fear of the peo pie is an awful burden To know andI feel that you are only a worm is sad While tramps become hardened and have no sjlfrespect yet there areI times when the toughest men think over things and get ashamed After my experience I can truly say that t is a lie that the world owes everyman a living Every man owes the world the price of his daily existence That is the truth And if a man haves himself and does what is right that price will be dead eayNew York Sun He Ktnt His Leg Twelve years ago J W Sullivan of Hartford bun scratched his lei with a rusty wire Infiamhtion and blood poising set in For two years he suffered intensely Then the best doc- wrg urged amputationbut h write I used one bottle of Eclectr- tBittersaud112 of Bucklens Arnica Salve anal my leg was sound ana wellI as ever Fur Eerrjfcoos Exzema Tetter Salt Bheum Sores and all blood disorders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth Ty them T E Paul- will guarantee satisfaction or refund money Only 5o criitt Till Farmers tIt iii Fire Insurance iintRniy Junction City Ky 5200000 ropertIFire Llghtniux anti Wind ZM STAPLKS Cuuiity Director IA MuunjfLO Agent A N WELTS frmunyyrarn tits t stua4 tter r2fI Tii iiire 3 i OV f i t A Pen Picture of Senator Deboe To what complexion has the Repub lican party in Kentucky come when It will sit silent under the dprnloatlooof thetmposSibleDebnebyvirtueojgond- of luck and aurtacity a member of the U S Senate The leaders who made Rc publlcanism respectable in the old dajs have been thrown aside that he may for six years more pose in the great est deliberative body on earth as the most monumental ass that ever strayed from a barnyard It intelligence were an epidemic with terms so thick that they could be sawed into paying blocks Deboe could not catch a gleam If an headtit would starve to death before itcouin desertswaste where the gray matter is found in the ordinary human skull If Dar viols rightand no earnest student can read his Descent of Mao without giving his theory serious consideration Deboe should now be hanging by his tall from tbe branches of a coacoanut tree in Central Africa instead of spattering the walls of the United States Senate with mangled parts of speech Ills address on the Nicaraugua Cana was the vaporing of an idiot The tra ditional bull in the China shop was gentlemanly in bis conduct compared with what Deboe did to his mother tongue that banh of stolen ideas and uutelllglble gibbeilsh lIe wouM not know a past participle if he met one in the road and if some one were to men tlon a split infinitive in his presencehc would want to know what district the gentleman represented The density of thss fellows ignoaance is so great that it can not be measured A geol gist would have to cut through a sub strata of dullness so wide and deep that he would find in the palezoic debris traces of the mammoth and Dodo bird and other extinct species If Deboe could be mummified as he is in the full lower and radiance of his idiocy he wiuld he tho mosl valuable asset in pos c slnn of the National Museum From the sIsof his Nu 11 sLoe to the crown of his No 4 hat theres not an inch of him that is not soaked with conceit He is entirely satisfied with himself He cm look wise and know less than anything yet discovered with the ability to talk And this is the spired statesman in whose behalf the National administration is wrecking the Republican party in Kentucky Tie must be returned to the United States Senate at all hazards A rounded and determined Democracy will save the Stile that disgrace DafiTE OSuIII vms Free Lancj Your Boy Father if you have a good moral dustrious boy the chanceR are that you do not fully appreciate his true worth If yon have such a boy some day pause on the street and take a look at some boy you know to have grown up in idleness and vice lounging around the streets without any object or aim n the world except to finally fool some innocent unsuspecting giddy girl into marrying him Then go directly fore your mind has wandered into a careless matterofcourse mood and take a look at your own boy whom you will find hard at work in working hour a bright open countenance withI a view of making a man of himself Then have the courage and frankness to step up to that boy and say Son I am proud of you and your mother is teen happier over your habits and manners than I am for a mothers love and appreclatiorubeats all else Father if you hare a bad boy first ask yourself what is tne cause of his condi tion then go to work to devise Some theeatcfault for the boys condition than any one else Father associate with your boy never shun him I always feel like taking off my hat when I meet a good moral industrious boy we need 1more of there in the world Ex A Ilujrliicr Roaring Flood Wasb d down a telegraph line which Chijj P KIliN of Lisbon la had to repair Standing waist deep In icy terribleycnd cough brew worse daily OaklandtNet Slogs City arId Gmahasaid had Consumption and could notliVe Then I began using Ur Kings News DIscoV bethyouths C sif itiilZro and Lung trundles T EIU lrlce50cand I d i LION CLi l s u iJ 7 i FEE n A LUXURY WgTHn1t THE R AC OF ALL e I Watch our next advertisement r substitute want LION COFFEE because it LION If on polished highlywithXjZOZKT COFFEE havingprice If you doubt this take single package try it In every No 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list they may t DRILL r Pecocl 1 Go to Gradyvilie to best stallion in Kentucky at IITQ always j I SL5Q vilo twentyone llues s vciil of thcui be rev t nf rsinr owns three llrdats colt tit cannot be Ill to chasid fur less than 81fX each His n Its have been sold ti my certain knowledge from 100 to I tAn ANTEE his colts to he sound or no pay GOV ST JOHN AND srcmnrijihlyirbodfi handle tiumcIthln tAlleverything in she wuyot Pry Goods Notions Groceries Oshorne Iachloe Corn Drills etc Give me a call W L GRADY Gradyville STEPHENSp DEALER IN Dry Boots I dso keep a large stock of CCOTHINCiwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I havo a nice line of MILLINERY on hands BLKHORH KENTUCKY Get II the Profits BacI whelp COfFEE yellow COFFEE Office Goldstein 1000 II Fertilizer Cliiiiia Hardware Buggies W Goods Notions Shoes You Under our plan of selllnc carriages bnc q TlteJobberantiretailerwitHtM manufnctureryou pay only the cost of making with moderate proUt added and you X X andtuileet sl IInSailing Carriages Direct satirfactlonToar ifou dtesst leticj Our illustrated catalogue stagy of high tracie vebtates bvan rokar Jtand nu with detailed deecp t KescYIree Ct 772cewsiianeare 4t t- tl gA f 1 t THE ADAIR COUNTY NUV8VOLUME 4 OOLUMBIA ADAIE COUNTY KENTUOKI WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1901 NUMBER 2rK POSTUJBVFICE DIRECTORY j Russell Postmaster Office hour1weekdaysI700 a mto830 p m COURT DIRECTORY CiBCUiTCoURTThree sessions a yearThird Monday In My and Monday In January third Monday In September Circuit JiiJgeW WJones Aarn Commonwealth s Atto eyN H W SherilfJ W Huti ClerkJnoBCoffey CouBTPirst Monday In each month judgoJ W Butler County AttorneyJas Of tnettJr ChrkTll Stults slierS II AlHcVell AssessorO Bradshaw 3urToyorRT McCaffree School SuptW Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher COURTRegular court second Monday In ach month idgeJ W Atkins orney Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTER N BunMvxLU STMETRev T P Walton Services second and fourth Sundays Sundaysch-oolat9aemesezyabbath night METHODIST BonKSVitLB STBEBTRCT W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BPTIST actor Services third Sunday In each month landayschol every Sabbath at L m Prayer meeting Tuesdav night CHRIST CAJIPBBILVILIE PIKB Elder L Williams Pa3tor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No F and MBegu ar meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month a WM T B Secj R No7 meets first Monday night in each month- J E H P as AND ALL Secretary Market Prop tel has been re ready for of with reasonable the best Proprietors KYM HOTEL stable at recently opened the start Mrs department and at all times affords The very polite to and the building houses First Laundry KY Terms very frnOROOGHLY equipped modern laundry plant conducted by exper enced workmen and doing as high rade work as can be turned out an lace In the country Patronize vome institution Work of Adair Uiisstill Taplor and Green Sliidtcri ibis JOJiNST011GQ Pro 1 REED MILLER Agents ldllnblaKentucky obst nations to good frotitro Liver Stomach npi L1t t10 p ioflifl JItJa Cnalc rs ld t6ujp r r NOTORIOUS MEN Only one Left of the James Gang to Greet the Younger Boys From a rolling conversation with Frank Tames I learned that when the Younger boys came out of the Minne apolis prison after putting in a quar ter of a century there that they will find on the outside scarcely asingle one of the old crowd that went up and down the line with them in their boy hood days C W Quantrell the noted leader of the famed Quantrells baud started on the Blackwater on his raid into Kansas at the time Lawence Kan was sacked and over 100 citizens killed That was late in the fall of 1863 and soon after Quantrell was killed in Ken Lucky Five years later Lieutenant Lull a Chicago policeman went nut into Mis souri for the purpose of making free warren of the members of Quantrells band He killed John Younger the oldest of the famous brothers A few days later while riding out on horse back Lull was shot and killed from ambush and his body sent back to Chica go for burial Bud McDaniels one of the most noted of the gang who rob bed the Kansas Pacific train at Mun cis seven miles from Kansas City was hunted to the woods riddled withI buckshot by the pursuing party brought back and died in the Law rence jail- Thompson McDaniete while robbing the Huntington W Va bank awyI back in the sixties was shot and killed by the pursuing party Bob Ford who killed Jesse James in 1882 died of consumption and some say remorse a year ago Charlie Ford his accomplice as shot and killed two years later in a sa loon row at Crccde Oil Wood Hite who was the leader at the Glendale Winstju and Blue Cut robberie fled to KentncKy after the Blue Cut robbery biled auotUccrI there returned to Ray couuty Mo wherein turn he was killed by Bob Ford and Kick Little Bill Anderson another prominent member of the James gang returned to Ray county in 1868 and was killed near Richmond Jim Inman as fear less and desperate a man as Quantrell bad in his commond escaped from Mis souri after the Blue Cut but a little later was killed in Kentucky Andy McGuire was arrested in Jack son county for participating in the Richmond bank robbery and taken to that point One night a mob took him from the jail and hanged him to the highest tree Ol Shepherd was with his brother at the Russellville bank robbery He fled to Missouri from Kentucky and was killed near Lees Summit in this State by the detectives who were fol lowing him Jack Keene was arrested for partici pating in the Huntington W Va bank robbery when Tom McDaniels was killed He is only known by his alias Jack Keene and is serving a long term for his work George Shepherd who with his brother 01 and several of the gaDgI robbed the Russellville Kv bank in 63 and served a term for his act claimed the proud distinction of once having shot Jesse James in the back of the head during a quarrel is now said to be living near Kansas City Jim Cummings was raised in Clay county Mo and joined the gang in 1870 He was at the Glendale robbery but not at Winston or Blue Cut He was chased out of Missouri and has never been heard of since George Todd who was considered one of Quantrells most daring men was killednear Independence during Prices raid by Union soldiers Ed Miller a brother of Clell Miller who was killed at the Northfield Minn affair joined the James gang In 1877 He was Inat the lust Glendale robbery in 1381 Ire was kl ed by nnoofthe ga m crier tbn hill t rtherpiiltatis wild Tnckir BitMiiUn nit of twgallL participated m the Giunditlinraiu rob Ihery and was capturod and af Urward txSrrtlfy araftit the James toys was killed OCr GrIt BdI11D by a mvmh T or sunl rung f r tg IJnfi d al HaJj u ai f h ga yu known us the Jackson County Terror was killed by Jim Crow Chiles anoth er of the gang who accused Jones of stealing his horse Jim Crow Chiles who slew Jones teas killed shortly after by a citizen of Independence during a street fight So it will be seen that the only one of the old crowd left on earth Is Frank James staid and sober old citizen of this town who dreads notoriety and who asks nothing of bis fellow men these days but to be let aloneKans- as City cor to Minneapolis Journal Sixty Years a Trhmp John Lynch aged 80 who died the other day used to boast that be was the oldest tramp in the United States told some of his experiences to a few friends jnst before he died Lynch came to the United States from Ireland 60 years ago He said in summing up his long life as a hobo It is better after all to work than to beg But after a man gets a start of 10 or 20 years as a tramp he makes up his mind that it is then too late to begin a new life of labor I began tramping because I was disappointed I just wandered about not caring what became of me Why I couldnt get sick couldnt take cold couldnt freeze or starve I dont say I tried to I got careless the very first year of my wandirings It made no difference to me whether I was shaved or well dressed No one knew me Sleeping on the ground never gave me rheumatics In the summer nights I took asvira In mill dams course but never bathed in winter It is a great mistake for men to chill their blood or make it too hot by cold or hot baths Waiting is the best exercise of all Coldcoarse eating is the best for man Generally tramps live toa good old age This is helped by their being free from mental cares Every tramp I ever metI in my years experience always had a regular circle to swing around in I am now ulkinir of a tramp in lie bui- ne for yea is In the circle he swiigs in be Isjams to know every body worth knowing and he is never in want of atieg or a place tu sleip In summer the best place to rust and scep is in the woods 1 never Clf ed to sleep in tramp beds provided at farmhouses Give me a straw stack in the dead of winter I always avoid a haymow There is a lifegiving something in straw that builds a man up Ob yes I drank snnc liquor in myI time As iiviu grows old he needs exI tra nourishment and stimulant Tramps when they wear thin clothes look cold but they aint They do not want overcoats But a halfdozen vests is nothing I have no pointers to give only tblsI let all young men avoid tramp life To have the pity und the fcarof the people is an awful burden To know and feel that you are only a worm Is sad While tramps become hardened and have no silfrespect yet there are times when the toughest men think over things ond get ashamed After all my experience I can truly say that it is a lie that the world owes every man a living Every man owes the world the price of his daily existence That is the truth And If a man be haves himself and dues what is right that price will be dead easyNew- York Sun He Kiiit His Leg Twelve years ago J W Sullivan of Hartford Conn scratched his let with a rusty wire Infiamation and blood polsngset in For two years he suffered intensely Then the best doc tors urged amputation but he write I used one bottle of Eclectrlc Bitters aud 112 of Buekiens Arnica Salve and my leg was sound ana well as ever For EerJj ons Exzema Tetter Salt Rheum Sores and all blood disorders Electric Bitters has no rival on earth TU them T E Paull will guarantee satisfaction or refund money Only 50 cents Th harmer Uuui4 Fire iiijuuy Junction City Ky 8200000 T 1S inures all kinds of property t pi trefl iiiHl hitiip god lubaccn Rtr ruaMiiatilc Insures against Firp LlgbtiiiUKuutl Wind 5M STAPLES County Director TA Muimiat Agent A N WELLS for many years wit ff esFU1i h1Ryr 111 r ti 0r- r A Pen Picture of Senator Deboe To what complexion has the Repub lican party in Kentucky come when it will sit silent under the domlnatItm0 the impossible Deboe by virtue oj good luck and audacity a member of the U S Senate The leaders who made Re publicanism respectable the old dais have been thrown aside that he may for six years more pose In the greatest deliberative body on earth as the most monumental ass that ever strayed from a barnyard If intelligence were an epidemic with norms so thick that they could be sawed into paying blocks Deboe could not catch a gleam If an idea were by chance to enter his head it would starve to death before Itcoulrl make the journey through the desert waste where the gray matter is found in the ordinary human skull If Dar win is right and no earnest student can read his Descentof Man without giving his theory serious consideration Deboe should now be banging by hiS tall from the branches of a coacoanut tree in Central Africa Instead of be spattering the walls of the United States Senate with mangled parts of address on the Nicaraugua Cana was the vaporing of an idiot The tra ditional bull in the China shop was gentlemanly in bit conduct compared with what Deboe did to his mother tongue in that harsh of stolen ideas and uutelligible glbbealsh lIe wouH not know a past participle if he met one in the road and if some one were to mention a split infinitive In his presence he would want to know what district the gentleman represented The density of thss fellows ignoaance is so great that it can not be measured A geol gist would have to cut through a substrata of dullness so wide and deep that he would find in the palezoic debris traces of the mammoth and Dodo bird and other extinct species If Deboe could be mummified as he is in the full lower and radiance of his idiocy he would be tho coos valuable asset In pos cwlnn of the National Museum From the Sils of his Nil 11 sLoe to the crown of his No 4 hat theres not an inch of him that is not soakrd with conceit fie Is entirely satisfied with himself He can look wise and know less than anything yet di covered with the ability to talk And this is the in spired statesman in whose behalf the National administration is wrecking the Republican party in Kentucky He must be returned to the United States Senate at all hazards A reunited and determined Democracy will save the Stile that disgrace DafTE OSulli vans Free Lane Your Boy Father if you have a good moral dustrious boy the chances are tbat you do not fully appreciate his true worth If you have such a boy some day pause on the street and take a look at some boy you know to have grown up in idleness and vice lounging around the streets without any object or aim in the world except to finally fool some innocent unsuspecting giddy girl into marrying him Then go directly be fore your mind hiss wandered into a careless matter of course mood and take a look at your own boy whom you will find hard at work in working hours a bright open countenance with a view of making a man of himself Then have the courage and frankness to step up to tbatboy and say Son I am proud of you and your mother Is even happier over your habits and manners than 1 am for a mothers love and appreciatoh beats all else1 Father if you hue a bad boy first ask yourself what is tne cause of his condition then go to work to devise some means to at least partially rectify the trouble Perhaps youjnay be more at fault for the boys condition than any one else Father associate with your boy never shun him I always feel like taking off my hat when I meet a good moral Industrious boy we need more of them in the worldEx A Raging Roaring Flood Washed dpwu u telegraph line which terepair Standing waist deep in icy wHtwr he writes gave me a terrible cId and cough It strew worse dally Finally the best doctors In Oakland Xvb Sioux City and Gmabasald I had Consumption and could not l1e Timer I began iislng Dr Kings New DiscoV buthtles P re or roughs Cil fail ro tandLun tniiiiiies T E Pu irlceSOoand 8100 7 LIDN v f 1 y IA FvEE LUXURY WITHsr THE REAC OF ALL IWatch our next advertisement to with want LION COFFEE because it is LION COFFEE If on you want a in to hide imperfections is highly polished with eggs and preparations then do not LIO COFFEE rCIfon ing it It is used in millions of because it the coffee in the world for If take and try it oesutpttvelistti whichwill to their happiness comfort and convenience andwhich may sealedpackages 6 r Loan Office Insurance Policies BOUGHT FOR CASH OR LOANED UPON Farm Timber Optioned SALE OR EXCHANGED ON We Furnish Abstracts to Deeds OIL LEASES T J CRESS P MonticeHo Ky Ollicc W P Crete Co Atty If You WantA DRIfLIBUGGY SADDLK BIUDLEIGERMAN MILLET TIlE Im H EERTILiZEII IK TOWN ON Wm FJPFFRIES SON Drs G Goldstein Optic Specialists Ofourth flve Louisville Ku Consultation and ex miuation FKEK These gentlemen are professionals or Lug experience bcini sons ot the lac Goldstein who was as aa optician throughout KentucU The finest Glasses can be on short notice Drs Goldstein Employs No AGENTS 41 Columbia AND 6mPb61SVm SMgG tine GOOD COMFORTABLE SAFE DRIVER i Courteous Attention to Passenoors Iwves Cdlumtb it in and walccs iqnir c tin th train JXts Cainpl els yule aud rRJMatuf cr arrival of Lo Isrl le train t Dilycxcpt Calls a cum p1dQERQii LFE Prop co f IJ Ordalll Go breed at 1000 insure a mare with foil money inallcysesvlon fact is ascertained iciivwl front the neighbor noorl lort111 PcacMk has pr v n hjtnseir tobMWf the lnt otdtrs in Kciiiucky His c1 s have shown Hgalujb the beet hurscsiu the State antI have always been SLarHlp twoyearold was in twentytwo lings and won will stand my two tine j cks at 87 lo insure a marts with fial due wlioT fast is ic or mare re mo The jacks err 11i breeders and ihdr colts the highest price I also cll fate Chicago Fertilizer at 125 to 15Qpr hundred When in Gradi yilJc ad want the best goody at the lowest call on me 1 handle If you went to a lion whelp you wouldnt accept a kitten as a substitute even if the dealer urges you Now accept a substi tute for 0FFEE 0 It is bound turn out a com mon yellow cat none of T the strength of the lion You the other hand coffee which order buy homes is best the price you doubt this a single package home some contribute they have by SPICE Life Lands FOR SHORT NOTICE CORN SEhil CALL R 544 knoJu furnished STOCK STAGE C6asvDle Sonday to Qradyviiie and to the beststallioninI Kentucky ITQ been winners Jnrdati shown ircmhifahbirlJoirti trained always briii market prices buy dont LION other I twcntyouc Hues siVLiil of tluui be trn 1 of war Cvlinniia owns three Jordans rolL Lit cannot be jiur chased fur less than 10 each His lllls have been sum ti my certain knowledge from 100 to 1600 I H Alt ANTEE his cults to he sound or no pay GOV ST JOHN AND JOE money All core will taken to prevent acct dent Lit titt responsible should any odor Good grass at cents per week or grain fed at cost everything in the way of Dry Goods Notions Groceries Hardware Buggies Oshorne Machines Corn Drills etc iGive me a call JW L GRADY Gradyvillec w-o STEPHENSDEALER IS Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes I aso keep a large stock of CJOTHINdwhich can be bought at tho very lowest prices-I havo a nice line of MILLINERY on hands 1 BLEHORH KENTUCKY 9 R You Gets the Profits 7cI Pecocl iIlhlll agtesber ore cut out with the manufacturer you pay only the cost of youXX fullest assortment Our plan of V No1N 17L I Selling Carriages losures satlefactionrour money tOur complcto ntartrated DirectNINrke or high grade tand horse etuipmeatstionaof escb maned free ex 772 hIe iS5 a 1 r r r ftTHH ADAIR COUNTY NnW Published Every Wednesday t BY THE AdairGountyNewsSoy v INCORPORATEDi CRAB 8 HARRIS Editor Detn3ritic nawspspor devoted to the Inter 1 nets of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties i Entered at the Columbia Postofficc as second r class mail matter SUBSCRIPT N NBYKAB v fl00 SIX ONTlIS5OCH STRICTLY IN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY MAY 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS s FOR COUNTY CLERK Weare authorized to announce P T COOLEY a candidate for the office of County Court Clerk of AdaIr County subject to the action of the Democratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JAMES 1 ABRRLT candidate fr Jailer iT Adiir coo y subject to tlicnctin of the Democratic jar The gold standard is working admirably in Japan It is wreck ing many banks Gen Gassing 11 Clay has agreed t to surrender the furniture of hi daughter hence the old man will cease shooting for a few weeks A force of seventyfive armed men 13 now in Letcher county to arrest the Reynolds baud other off the outlaws surrendered last Saturday A malitia company was formed and mustered into service last week in Letcher county Ky and will likely fight its first battle in its own county in a few days p Judge Saufley has fixed the 29t h of May as the day for the execu tion of Reuben Qainn who murdered officer John Orum at Dan ville a few weeks ago The case goes up but the judgment of the lower court will not be disturbed if The Republicans will elect Mr Bradley to the United States Sen ate in the event they have a ma jority in the Legislature an event I that is not likely to occur Dr Deboe will also want to be indors ed A pen picture of the last named brilliancy can be found on onr first page The appointments made in the new federal district in this State indicates that if you know anything detrimental to W S Taylor and others of his gang you had better keep off the witness standI It seemed clear at one time that Mr Bradley was in the lead for the judgeship but he was a wit ness ill the Ripley trial later on The appointment of Sharp ex a Democrat to be U S Marshal in it the n w district on a 5000 salIary is discouraging to true Repub limns who have fought the battles for many years bat Sharp was a conspicuous figure in the campaign of 99 and presided over the first meeting of mountaineers that was held in Frankfort just before the assassination of Mr Goebel Mr W N Halderman Presi dent of the CourierJournal Company was eighty years old the 27th of April In testimony of the high esteem in which he is hold eighty employes of the es tablishment and that of the Times presented him with a handsome silver tray of with their names engrave dViMr r Halderman is yet vigorous retaining his strong mental facul tie3 and it is hoped that he will live many more years and con tiuue to manage tbe best morning daily this country affords at Gone wrong at Hopkinsville Gov eckham has called for the resignation of Dr E B McCormick Superintendent of the West ern Asylum for the Insane as the result of charges preferred by W J Childs and Mrs Childs the j matron both of whom have been discharged The charges impli catdDr McCormick and a young woman attendant in a scandal Sh McVmick saysthe charges ate there fcult of a conspiracy and ref ntes to be trelign demanding an inveatiga tlop r i The Republican organs of this State hue accepted the theory of AV S TujIor in regard to the Rip Icy trial and verdict This is no more than we expected and pre precisely what we predicted They are laboring hard to induce the peoplo j accept the theory that Cupt Ripley was tried and ac quitted for no other purpose than to create the impression that a fair trial could be had in this State and that W S Taylor and others would therefore be sur rendered to the officials of Ken tucky They claim that a fair trial can not be secured for the conspirators and murderers of Mr Goebel and therefore they do not want Taylor nor any one ac cased of the crime to face the evidence in this State Taylor and his gang do not want justice justice is what they seek to avoid They wants guarantee of acquit tal before they are willing to ant render Aaron Burr did not want justice j Booth fled from it Giteau did not desire it and no conspira tor or murderer ever sought it Why should W S Taylor and hit- cohorts pant after justice when mountains of impregnable evidence 8urr unl them The assertion o f justiCIto stiiud ulohe nor true enough tube believed The highest court in thin State stands four Republicans and three Democrats but that Court can not nor is it willing to destroy the evidence to liberates thraparties occused The same org ins that are arduously working to create a false impression as to the Ripley trial and verdict and to keep the whole gang from the clutches of the law assert that assassinationd that they had given the price of their possessions but a righteous judge ruled As had been expected for some days the President on last Thurs day gave ont the appointments of A M J Cochran of Maysville to be Judge of the new Federal district J H Tinsley Barbour villa district attorney and Steve Sharp of Lexington Marshal It is said that exGovernor Brad leys friends are sore and are pouring hot shot into Deboe who they claim was not sincere in his sup port of the Garrard county gentleman Deboe is large in weight andwhen he shoots off his head he says something like this President it makes no difference to me who you appoint Judge Ill not go to the Philippines over the matter and the President beheld his greatness but said not a word A financial panio now prevails- in Japan More than twenty banks have suspended payments Japan has been making great prog so we are told since her adoption of western ideas including the gold standard Remarkable indeed that Japan withsound money should be in distress nancIally Will the advocates of onelegged financial system tell the readers of this paper why Ja banks are failing Our friend T S Scott editor of the Burksville Herald is in debted to the News for calling attention to the imperfect manner his plaints showed up in the Herald of week before last In the is sue that reached us Friday his picture again appeared a splendid likeness of the editor who is mak ing an active fight for the Repub licau nomination for School Superintendent RED BANKS WO Smith has returned from Nash vine J M Ledbetter and David L Capps in Burksville last week The banks of Cumberland river are full up It Is the largest tide we have had this seasoncThe prospect for a fruit crop is fa Coe visited his parents Marti nburg Sunday W O Smith and family were ID Burksville last week The singing conducted by Prof Mil ler was attended by a large crowd J S England visited at Mr Billie Andersons last Sunday Preaching atPopular Grove Sunday Mat pudllson and family visited at M Ledbctters last Monday Hndlison Eogli hwcra laStTOelc lOOking after tattle A horse Jockey could dowel l at this placeIf you have ono to spare tell him about it rPrintu BrjBto and wife arc at WashfcgfouV iiotW IfprtpirlDg to a doctor The entertainment at Mr Hudll sons was largely attended t t 1 Day Spring 492 Day spring is standard bred and registered He is a beautiful black 16 hands high fine style good smooth limbs bas fine action and is in every re spect a combined borse PEDIGREE Day Spring by lung Denmark he by Star Denmark he by Jones Denmark be by Old Black Denmark the 4 wile racehorse and be by Imported Hedgeforcl thoroughbred First dam by Lex- Ington 2nd dam by Steel Dust 3rd dam y Morgan 4th dam by Stump It is readily seen that Diy Spring is superbly bred and as a sire ho 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 larpc per cent of his cults do likewise Day Spring will make the season at my table It miles from Columbia on Dls appointment Creek for tbe small sum rrt S70Q to insure a liras cut My jack TELEPHONE will serv mares at rf5 place for S3 00 on sumo terms as horse Telephone is 14 hands high 4 y ars od and I iive will prove a great breeder S D CRENSHHW New Spring andSnmmer Millinery We have a Complete line of New Goods We spent several weeks in the wholesale markets sleobnsraU the Htottvlos and novelties in millinery Thanking all our fnomls fur their liberal patroLatf in tbe past and hoping for a continuance of the same veare respectfully MRS SfluLIE BRRDSIIML MISS EFF1E BRBDSflflW mjSSELlLi SPRINGS HOTELi KIMBLE KY eQ Is now open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious building as the picture in dicates and isrun firstclass in every particular nom VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro BUY THE FARMERS FRIEND CORN DRILL 3F The Best Drill Made tE Plants Corn Cane and Peas and has Fertilizer attachment Wo carry a full line of arlculturallmplements Dont fail to see our line and gH cur prices Our stock of General 1Vettehandise is complete in every line and our prices arc all right Remember the old firm of WtEAr a wmnraps Montpelier Ky QRADYVILLG Mrs W M Wilmore bas been on the sick list for a few days Rev Sol Turpen filled his appointment here last Sunday Miss Mary LShcrrell spent last Sat urday and Sunday wit relatives and friends at this place W C Yates is spending a few days at Glasgow this week Miss Sallie Diddle accompanied by G B Yates were visiting the Misses Holladay near Joppa last Saturday and Saturday Messrs G W Robertson and W F Staples of the Columbia Lodge attended the Masonic Lodge at this placelast SundayIMiss Rosa Flowers of Bliss spent a or so In city last week visiting relatives and friends Mrs J M Rowe Sparksvillc died very suddenly last week heart disease H A Walker delivered several hogsheads of tobacco at Greensburg last week for the Louisville market Edwards Judd Green county were figuring with our stockmen last week on a big lot of cattle Our Methodist people will in thti near future erect a handsome church ou the ridge betweed this place and East Fork Fishing haS been the past time of our business mentor thtepast few days We undlitand they hive had goftdfe Tom Kemp tine 6f the Oldest mau Iii this tectron was with us fine day last week and informed us that ho was 74 years old in good health and worked on the farm everyday Uncle t t Tom looks as voung alio did twenty years ago On last Sunday evening Eld Z T Williams delivered a very interesting lecture at Union church Born to the wife of Rev Eli Wesley on the 2Gth a daughter Born to the wife ot J T Hughes on the 25th a daughter The last few days of sun sbhle our farmers have been up early and late and have availed themselves of the portunity for planting Born and Ireparing the soil for planting Elds Wjlliams and Montgomery two very able divines of the Christian church will hold a series 9f meetings at the Leatherwood church nearUell next week Dr Nell and wife spent a few dasIlast week In Edmonton- Mr Jo Caldwell and family of Portland and J W Townsend and wife of Milltown were visiting relatives at this plate Saturday and Sunday Uncle Downey Hughes of Metcalfo county was here last week He says that the Democratic ticket will win in bis county this fall Mrs Ktzzle Murrell and little Miss Mary D Patteson accompanied by Curt Bell of Columbia were uisitlpg the family yor H A Walker last Sunday Mr L S Smith returiEd froni Cum berland county last week with Ii nice bunch of alcors for whlclrbofrxld4o The News pow nas themostcompletea- ssortmcnt4of stationary lob material and equipments it has ever Uad rWc can please you If you need any thing our liee f1 40w RA S TO CHLIFORNIM VIA T5iUIourOn 30tb 1001 special one nay Colonist Tickets to many California points will be on4 ale at very low rates from points along the Big Four Route For full iiiforruntion and particulars as to schedules rates tickets call on agents u Rig Four Route cr address the uudersisrned WJ LYNCH Gen PTkt Aat NewIr Furnished W P CurcnNATI O S JLTES Genkgt- KyLouisville American PlsnftOO Per Day ic OSfer s 3btef isIEALS 25c 523 W Market Sf LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Hgr JD Richardson 1Co GOMISSION jttfcRGHflNTSl 138 East JBfierson Louisville Poultry Game Eggs anti Baiter Solicited ifeference German Insurance Bank v THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DBALBICU IN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes OaIINTJ ns New Designs Perfect Pitting Motions Shoes LYiFarmers I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your houses or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia forestimates or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD FROfl MILLTOWN Messrs J R Putt and J T Mercer have receive new goods Bro Will Dngeon will preach at Pol lard chapel on every second Sunday in this year Miss Mary Squires is visiriog Mis Mqnt Thomas Messrs Al ThomasClarence Calhoon who went to Illinois arc in business and doingwell Mr Willie TtAWicnd is quite sick Mr and Mrs Joe M Thomas were the guest of Mrs ruts last week Farmers are tehjud with their crops PELLYTON Mr filtena Aleu of PLil was visiting hisdau hter Mrs J H Policy this week Mr John Campbell was on business trip to Cane Valley Wednesday- Mr John Sanders bought a nice milch cow of Mr Joe Henson for 35 P1 Jones ar il sister Miss Fannie who have had tYl11oldfever are better Mrs D K Policy has been quite sick Cooley Bros ac moving their siw mill to Taylor county W I Mings bonght a milch cow of W J Jones for S24 Born to the wife of James Powell recently a sun weighing 11 pounds Some one attempted to break into Mr Walker Abshires dwelling one night last week Ills smoke house door was also prized oil its hinges but meat stolen The only thing missed was corn Mr Tom Sanders and son Elbert were in Columbia lastweek Joseph P Coffey was at the Russell Springs recently Mr John Campbell was in Louisville last wect purchasing a full supply of spring and summer goods Green river was higher last week than it has base this season JP Jones of Dunnvllle was hero last week The entertainment Sunday bight was a grand success For a stiff neck there Is nothing betS tcr than a free opblttatlon of Chamber Iains Pain Balm It quickly relieves this gtiffgehs and soreness effecting a cSmpktbeare2Fdr sale by M Craven t EW HOPEWELL ALBIN MURRAY HOPEWELL MURRAY CoIlU1VI13I1I ENTUCIcY 4 Imeiy feed and Sale Stable WITH nARCUn HOTFL FirstClass Rigs With Safe Drivers Furnished Day or NightDrum mers Rigs a Specialty HARRY BPYNE WILL S BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNB CO rMANUFACTURERSAND DEALERS IN SecondHand and New tIachinervIUOE ALL DESCRIPTIONS Office and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue Louisville = = Kentucky LHUGHES COMPANY SDEALEItSLumbe11J Sash s 000115 and Blinds HOUSE PATTERNS A SPECIALTY k Remember the locality Main Street next to to The Galt House LOUISVILLE KY SOy THE EMPIRE GO11 DRILL Shoe Blade or Wheel Cover Regulated to drop any distance or any amount of fertilizer Also a ful line of Farm Implements Wagons Buggies Saddles Harness Field Seeds and Fertilizers All of which we propose to sell as low as the lowest Write or comeaud see us when in town W F JEFFRIES SON Columbia Kentucky ESTABLISHED IS27 It You Need a GTBLACKLEY If Your Watch Ii 7i R Slit Sand id to us we will repair it for you at as low aowtasgool work will permit and warrant it TO GIVE SATISFACTION We also tarry a full line of Watches and Jewelry of every descrip tion Send for catalogue or call when in city Engraving FJCEB ntIOXG BAUDEr CO 404 W Market Louisville Kentucky Corn Drill Come and See I THE EXCELSIOR The cheapest ever sold In the country It works to perfection I also have a s splendid lined Harness Bridles Saddles every thing In the leather line The FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months and sold on theclosest margin Call and see me J W JAOKMAN Colutubia Kentucky SD HURST 1 iJBLACKLEY AUCTION SALES DIIaYREURRNS PROMPTLY MADE 1 119 tall o W Main StVILLE KY FoUfr Months art o Storage Mark Your JBitfe INDEPENDENT HOUSE Insure your life in the Connecticut Mutual the best company do ing business in the UnitedStates Cull at this office 6 ft i GlkBAllI COUNTY NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE f AdairSountyNewsSo 6ua INCORPORATED CHAR 8 HARRIS Editor l Demssntlc newspaper devoted to the Inter Bata of the city of Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties i Entered at the Columbia Postofllce as second f das mill matter 4DRSCRiPrN R TE ONE YRAR t IN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAYfv MAY 1 r ANNOUNCEMENTS tFOR COUNTY CLERK Weare authorized to announce PT COOLEY a candidate for the office County Court Cleric of Adair County subject to the action of the Democratic pirty t FOR JAILER- We are authorized to announce JAMES 1 ABRFLt a candidate fr Jailer cf Adiir t subject to the nctin of tin Democratic ar The gold standard is working admirably in Japan It is wreck ing many banks Gen Cassius 111 Clay has agreed to surrender the furniture of his daughter hence the old man will r 1 cease shooting for a few weeks A force of seventyfive armed 1men is now in Letclier county to I arrest the Reynolds baud An other of the outlaws surrendered last Saturday 1Amalitia company was formed 1and mustered into service last week in Letcher county Ky and will likely fight its first battle in its own county in a few days i Judge Saufley has fixed the 29th of Mayas the day for the execu tion of Reuben Quinn who mur dered officer John Crum at Dan ville a few weeks ago The case goes up but the judgment of the lower court will not be disturbed The Republicans will elect Mr Bradluy to the United States Sen ate in the event they have a ma jority in the Legislature an event that is not likely to occur Dr Deboe will also want to be indors ed A pen picture of the last named brilliancy can be found on k our first page The appointments made in the new federal district in this State indicates that if you know anything detrimental to W S Taylor and others of his gang you had better keep off the witness stand It seemed clear at one time that Mr Bradley was in the lead for tho judgeship but he was a wit ness in the Ripley trial later on The appointment of Sharp ex Democrat to be U S Marshal in the Uw district on a 5000 sal ary is discouraging to true Repub licans who have fought the battles for miny years but Sharp was a conspicuous figure in the cam paign of 00 and presided over the first meeting of mountaineers that was held in Frankfort just before the assassination of Mr Goebel Mr W N Halderman Presi dent of the CourierJournal Com pany was eighty years old the 27th of April In testimony of the high esteem in which he is hold eighty employee of the es tablishment and that of the Times presented him with a handsome silver tray of originaldesigns with their names engraved upon it Mr Halderman is yet vigorous retaining his strong mental faculties and it is hoped that he will live many more years and con tinue to manage the best morning daily this country affords Gone wrong at Hopkinsville Gov Beckham has called for the rsignation of Dr E B McCormick Superintendent of the West ern Asylum for the Insane as the result of charges preferred by W J Childs and Mrs Childs tho matron both of whom have been discharged The charges impli Date Dr McCormick and a young woman attendant in a scandal ShqrMf since married Dr Me wick 6y8the charges are the rev fenlfc of a conspiracy and roftrffeBto iafign demanding an investiga ttouy TI I rr The Republican organs of this State have accepted the theory of W S Taylor in regard to the Rip ley trial and verdict This is no more than we expected and pre precisely what we predicted They are laboring hard to induce the people to accept the theory that Capt Ripley was tried and ac quitted for no other purpose than to create the impression that a fair trial could be had in this State and that W S Taylor and others would therefore be sur rendered to the officials of Ken tucky They claim that a fair trial can not be secured fur the conspirators and murderers of Mr Goebel and therefore they do not want Tuylor nor any one ac thesonevidence in this State Taylor and his gang do not want justice justice is what they seek to avoid They want a guarantee of acquit tal before they are willing to ear render Aaron Burr did not want justice Booth fled from it Giteau did not desire it and no conspira tor or murderer ever sought it Why should W S Taylor and his cohorts pant after justice when mountains of impregnable evidence 8urr unl thorn The assKrtion of justiceto stand aloLe nor true enough to be believed The highest court in thin State stands four Republicans and three Democrats but that Court can not nor is it willing to destroy the evidence to liberate thnparties occused The same organs that are arduously working to create a false impression as to the Ripley trial and verdict and to keep tho whole gang from the clutches of the law assert that they do not indorse assassination Annanias and Saphira claimed that they had given the price of their possessions but a righteous judge ruled As had been expected for some days the President on last Thurs day gave out the appointments of A M J Cochran of Maysville to be Judge of the new Federal district J H Tinsley Barbour ville district attorney and Steve Sharp of Lexington Marshal It is said that exGovernor Brad fcjys friends are sore and are pour iug hot shot into Deboe who they claim was not sincere in his sup port of the Garrard county gentleman Deboe is large in weight and when ho shoots off his head he says something like this UPresident it makes no difference to me who you appoint Judge Ill not go to the Philippines over the matter and the President beheld his greatness but said not a word A financial panic now prevails in Japan More than twenty banks have suspended payments Japan has been making great prog ress so we are told since her adoption of western ideas includ ing the gold standard Remarkable indeed that Japan with sound money should be in distress nancially Will the advocates of a onelegged financial system tell the readers of this paper why Ja pan banks are failing Our friend T S Scott editor of the Burksville Herald is in debted to the News for calling attention to the imperfect manner his picture showed up in the Herald ofweek before last In the is sue that reached us Friday his picture again appeared a splendid likeness of the editor who is mak ing an active fight for the Repub lican nomination for School Su perintendent RED BANKS WO Smith has returned from Nash ville J M Ledbetter and David LCapps were in Burksville last week The banks of Cumberland river are full up It Is the largest tide we have had this season The prospect for a fruit crop is fa Coe visited his parents at Martlnburg Sunday W O Smith and family were ID Burksville last week The singing conducted by Prof Mil ler was attended by a large crowd J S England visited at MrBillie Andersons last Sunday Preaching atPopular Grove Sunday Mat Hudlison and family visited at J M Ledbetters last Monday Hndlison Engllsh were laStraek lOOking after cattle A horse jockey could do wety at thisI place If you have oqo to spate tell him abouttt- Mr Printqs Busts and wife heat Washujgfon Priotjs isprtparjor to be a doctor The entertainment at Mr Hudll sons was largely attended J Day Spring 492t Day spring is standard bred and registered He is a beautiful black 16 hands high fine style good smooth limbs has fine action and is in every re spect a combined borse PEDIGREE Day Spring by king Denmark he by Star Denmark be by Jones Denmark be by Old Black Denmark the 4 mile race horse and he by Imported Iledgeford thoroughbred First dam by Lex- Ington 2nd dam by Steel Dust 3rd dam ly Morgan 4th dam by Stump It is readily seen that Dry 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 cults do likewise Day Spring will make the season at my stable li miles from Columbia on Dls appointment Creek for the small sum rf 700 to insure a Hvif jr coil My jack TELEPHONE will serv mares at ri5 pliice Tor t00 on same terms as horse Telephone is 14 hands high 4 v Irs od and L hilive will prove a great breeder- sS D CRENSHHW New Spring and Summer MillinefY We have a Complete line of New Goods We spent several weeks in the wholesale markets sdtCtiluraH the ttottvlrs and novelties In millinery Thanking all our friends fur their liberal patror a in the past and hoping for a continuance of the same we are speetft111y MRS SfllLlt BRflDSHRW trUSS EFFIE BRBDSflflW ftUSSEIllk SPRINGS HOTEL KIMBLE KY e w Is now open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious build ing as the picture in dicates and isrun firstclass in every particular ao VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro BUY THE NNN1 N FARMERS FRIEND CORN DRILL f The Best Drill Made l al1u11l1neprices Our stock of Geneva eiiehandise is complete in every line and our prices are all right Remember the old firm of Vt EAT wmnmps Montpelier Ky ORADYVILLE Mrs W M Wilmore bas been on the sick list for a few days Rev Sol Turpen filled his appoint ment here last Sunday Miss Mary LSherrell spent lastSat urday and Sunday wit relatives and friends at this place W C Yates is spending a few days at Glasgow this week Miss Sallie Diddle accompanied by GB Yates were visiting the Misses Holladay near Joppa last Saturday and Saturday Messrs G W Robertson and W Staples of the Columbia Lodge Fjed the Masonic Lodge at this place Sunday aIMiss Rosa Flowers of Bliss spent day or so In city last week visiting rel atives and friends Mrs J M Rowe Sparksvillc died very suddenly last weekheart disease H A Walker delivered several hogs heads of tobacco at Greensburg last week for the Louisville market Edwards Judd Green county were figuring with our stockmen last week on a big lot of cattle Our Methodist people will in the near future erect a handsome church on the ridge betwced this plate and has been the past time of our busineas men for thfepast few days Veiiao rltxnd they have had gc dfe bdteUrfftlo Tom Kemp doe of the Oldest men In this gctfon was with us ooe day last week and informed us that ho was 74 years old in good health and worked on thelarm everyday Uncle t r Tom looks as young as he did twenty years ago On last Sunday evening Hid ZT Williams delivered a very interesting lecture at Union church Born to the wife of Rev Ell Wesley on the 20th a daughter Born to the wife oL J T Hughes on the 25th a daughter The last few days of sudsliine our farmers have been up early and lale and have availed themselves of the portunity for planting corn and pre paring the soil for planting Elds Wjlliamsand Montgomery two very able divines of tho Christian church will hold a series of meetings at the Leatherwood church near Nell next week Dr Nell and wife spent a few days last week in Edmontotr Mr Jo Caldwell and family or Portland and J W Townsend and wife of Milltown were visiting relatives at this plate Saturday and Sunday Uncle Downey Hughes of Metcalfe county was here last week He says that the Democratic ticket will win in his county this fall Mrs Kizzle Murrell and little Miss Mary D Pattcson accompanied by Curt Bell of Columbia were uisltlng the familyof H A Walker last Sun dayMr LS Smith returned fromJJnmy Berland county last week a nice bunch of ethers tOt which he paid 4or The News now has the most complete assortmcdt of stationary job material aBdequlptpeats has ever tad We can please you if you need any our II oil tliitiginr 6 LOLL R7 TESTO O1II 0RNlH VIA 6Bio Four Oh April 2nd Sjfiieth 23rd and 30th li01 specitl one way Colonist Tick ets to many California points will be on gale at very low rates from points along the fig Four Route For full iiiformntion and particulars us to schedules rates tickets call on agents Big Four Route cr address the undershrned WJ LYNCH Gen PTkt Agt Assistant CINCINNATI GATES Gen Louisville Ky IN bed W P DEPPE O S J Agt American Day PltnLip- Per 3Vtc ffiosfors8jotef MEALS 25c 523 W Market Sf LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER rigr JD Richardson A Co GOMISSION jMfcRGHflNTS- l1S8 East J tf6fson Louisville Poultry Game ES S tutu hunter Solicited Inference German Insurance Bank THE THREE CITIES SHOE STORE DBALKKb IN Exclusive Hill Grade Boots and Shoes UIIICra us Xcv Designs Perfect Pitting Mortem Shoes 316 Fourth Avenue hOUISVILLE LY Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders for Hydraulic Rams to throw water from your springs to your hOURS or barns Can also furnish pumps of any kind cheaper than ever Write to me at Columbia forestimates or call and se me at the Marcum Ho tel Yours truly N WOOD FROH MILLTOWN Messrs J R Tutt and J T Mercer have receivel ne goods Bro Will Dugcon will preach atPol lard chapel on every second Sunday in this year I Miss Mary Squires is visiting Miss Mont Thomas Messrs ThomasClarcnc Calhoon who went to Illinois are in business and doing well Mr Willie Two cnd Is quite sick Mr and Mrs Joe M Thomas were the guest of MIS Tutr lust week Farmers are Uh ud with their crops PELLYTON Mr EHsba Aloa of Phil was visi ting blsdau hter Mrs J H Policy this week Mr Campbell was on a bislness trip to Cane Valley Wednesday- Mr John Sanders bought a nice milch row of SI r Joe Henson for 35 PT Jones aryl sister Miss Fannie who have had typhoid fever are better Mrs D K Policy has been quite sick Cooley Bros ae nnving their si w mill to Taylor county W I Mings bought a milch cow of W J Jones for 824 Born to the wife uf James Powell recently a son weighing 11 pounds Some one attempted to break into Mr Walker Absbircs dwelling ono night last wet k IUs smoke house door was also prized off its hinges but no meat stolen The only thing missed was corn Mr Tom Sanders and son Elbert were in Columbia lastweek IJoscphP Coffey was at the Russell Mr John Campbell was in Louisville last week purchasing a full supply of spring and summer goods Green river was higher last week than It has bcca this season JPJones of Dunnvllle was here last week The entertainment Sunday night was a grand success For a stiff neck there is nothing better than a free t1pbllrr lon of Chamber laiQrsPajnBalui It quickly relieves th6 stiffness and sorenesv effecting a cWpo platecuro t3 orsalebY M Craven 1JEW r HOPEWELL ALBIN MURRAY HOPEWELL MURRAY COlfU1YIt3IR KE1TUCKY ll vetrY Feed and Sale Stable WITH nARCUn HOTEL FirstClass Rigs With Safe Drivers Furnished Day or NightDrum v mars Rigs a Specialty HARRY B PYNE WILL S BRENTLINGER HARRY B PYNE CO rMANUFACTURERSAND DEALERS IN SecondHand and New tIachineryIOE ALL DESCRIPTIONSO- ffice and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue LouisvUIe = = Kentucky LHUGHES COMPANY DEALERS IN thzit Sash O boops and Slinds HOUSE PATTERNS A SPECIALTY fiWRemember the locality Main Street next to to The Gait House LOUISVILLE KY BUY THE EJVIPIE Co1I4 DRILL Shoe Blade or Wheel Cover Regulated to drop any distance or any amount of fertilizer Also a ful line of Farm Implements Wagons Buggies Saddles Harness Field Seedsand Fertilizers All of which we propose to sell as low as the lowest Write or comeand see us when in town W F JEFFRIES SON Columbia Kentucky Lit You Need a GT If Your Watch Ii Ji R XR Stud in to us we will repair it fur you at as low a crest as goo work will and warrant it TO GIVE SATISFACTION elry jofcall when in city TEngraving FUEEI IRIOXGIBARDEr CO 404 W Iioalsville Kentucky Gorn Drill Come and I THE EXCELSIOR The cheapest ever sold in the country It works to perfection I also have a splendid line of Harness Brifllos Saddles everything in the leather line The FISHER BUGGY warranted for 12 months and sold on the margin Call and see me J W JACKMAN Columbia Kentucky BLACKLEV permit Market See closest f Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKLEY HURST CO AUOTJON SALES JAIIjREURRNS IPROMPTLY MADE 1119 to 1125 W Min St L6tTiSVILLE KY Polii1 Blbnths Fnifc Storage Nark Yonttibils INDEPENDENT HOUSE Insure your life in the Connecticut Mutual the best company dot I ing business in the United States Call at this office t t THE tiMe IS MT HtiN WHET PEOPLE Aim DISCARDING THE NOW UNCOMFORTABLE GARMENTS OE WINTER FOR THE MORE COMFORTABLE ll f II x 15 raiment of summer All the requirments of the change can be found at my store for everybody r tiy Goods All the new goods for Ladies Separ ate Skirtsand Dresses In all new shades and fabrics I am showing some entirely new and exclusive styles for Ladies Waists in Albatross Challls Wash Silks Ging hams and Percales We are also showing some entirely new colors and figures in wash goods in bright and catchy styles rAlso have all the new shades In trim Silks Appliques allover em broideries and yokeiugs You be sure to see our line of White I Dress Goods WL WALKER PERSONAL MENTION Mr W I Meader was in Columbia last week Mrs D J Schooling is spending a few weeks In Lebanon Mr Gco Yates Bradfordville is visiting iu this county Mr J W Buchanan Campbellsville has been in town several days Mr Tom Marcuni Monticello was here Monday night Mr Albert Miller Crocus was in Columbia last Sunday Prof A H Ballard and wife visite- at Crocus last Saturday and Sunday Mr T A Murrell editor of the Spectator was In Louisville last week Mr Robt Carson Phil travelin salesman was here last Saturday Miss Lyda Simpson of Breeding will leave in a few days for a months visit to Nashville Mr Jo Coffey Jr accompanied Miss CampIbellsvilleJast Mr Luther Williams enterprising merchant MontpeliersI bia Monday aMr Henry Barker left Columbia last for Chicago Ill and will take a position in a flouring mill Mr W G Conover whose illness is mentioned elsewhere in this issue is thought to be some betterIMrs Georgia sons Reed and John returned tram Manchester last Friday Judge John R Sampson Middlesbor ough visited his children and other relatives at this place last Sunday Miss Settle Baker who has been teaching in Shelby county returned home last Saturday night Miss Tara Reed who has becnjlcach ng at Mt Pleasant Haran county reached home last Friday night Capt W W Bradsbaw will leave for Western Kentucky to he absent sever al days the latter part of this week meelt a t byterian Church at Louisville last 1weekMessrs V Dockery and Dud Stephens Russell county merchants were in Columbia Sunday en route for LouisvilleMr R Holt special manager the Singer Machine Company locate- at Lebanon was here Monday looking for a local agent wernt Ir whotis placearry tor Wash ington D C yesterday He take work in the folding department the Government Printing office Drs O S Dunbar and C SGrady went to Burksville the first of the week wi th a view of establishing adon tal office in that city Mr Paul Smythe and Miss Lillia MIife Batcher spent a delightfulday and en Joyed an elegant dinnerat the home of Miss Lyda Simpson last Sunday tDr C S Grady returned from the WbekIJs pur httht1lbg that btfWIU prattiCbIn the Fail He has bne noire dourse t betoregraduattng tieisanatural we- itrChadlCantljnas up touGY Ib his 6xaml sout 6 sworkcJ Ji r T t i otions Etc Etc We have some of the nicest patterns and novelties in hair Barrets Roches Fancy Pins Fancy Hair Pins Spikes Neck Ribbons Everything that is new and up to date My line of Mens Ladies and Chil drens Hosiery is complete We are showing a large line of fancies and blacks in prices from 5cta50o per pair Space will not permit us to mention all prices but will make a few starters 5c yard for Heavy Brown Domestic lOc yard for Heavy Bed Tick 12t for feather ticking that willhold loc yard for Heavy Blue Cottonade All for and ei for men to for I in this See for MR J K A STRANGE DEAD Last Monday forenoon at the hour of 1140 after an a i c t ion of many years Mr J K A Strange one of the best known citizens of Adair county died at his late borne in this city ills death was not as his condition had been alarming for several weeks and his family and friends realized for a number of days that be was fighting his last battle for life and that would conquer an upright he stood in dthe front ranks with his dad was and this county for his integ charactergwas near ville this county and was a son of Mr and Mrs Abram Strange who preced ed him to the grave many years ago Reaching manhood he commenced selling goods In the where he was reared and at the age of andIyears then returned to the country About the year 1872 or 3 he was elected sheriff of Adair county which office be held four terms two by election and two During his ca reer he filled other of trust the esteem of everyone with whom he was connected for correctness fo business The deceased for affairsI or thirty years the Jast five years be ing spent at the home of Mr Rollin bIrsIStrange age the 15th day of last April and was twice married His first wife was Miss Fannie Taylor a daughter of Mr S P Taylor who died a few years ago Of this union three children were born Alvin Lucian and Porter Strange Alvin is here Lucian died eight years ago and Porter resides in Texas Several years after the death of the first wife Mr Strange was again mar ried to Mrs Anna Chandler of Taylor county and with her he lived happily ildness no person ever received closer attention nor was kindness ever more freely and tenderly The deceased was a member of the Christian Church and had been for many years e was familiarly called and although hew sorely afllioted and ready mee bis God every body regrets to lose a citizen who has at all times stood for honor and the right In every particular conducher9by Z T after noon and when they were the Masonic took Charge o the remains and at the conclusion n their solemn and cllocemetery htorShirtaShlrtSell S Murrell Mrs Nona Cabell Is bujlding an a ditidaal rOOm andmakf other nee es Btty to her residency 1121c yard for New York Camlets and Farmers for 5 4 Fancy Table Oil Cloth Scrimfloe loc for felt Dido Window Shades lon 60c pair large size White Counter Panes 8125 for Ladies Heavy Ready to Wear Dress Skirts loc yard for Turkey Red Table Linen tae for Ladles Ready to Wear Bon nets 7J 15c for Childrens Ready Made Bon nets ocpalr Ladjes Black Hose 5c Ladles Sleeveless Vest call the of my honored respected positions meriting concluded Apples it is said have been damag ed but in Ladies Under Dont fail to see Kentucky and his colts The carpenters work on Mr T A Murrclis residence has been comple ted The peaches arc not all killed in this section There will probably be a half crop good combined plug horse any where from 5 to 10 years old Call at the News office Next Monday will be county court While in town it you ate indebted to this office call and settle Three yearling steers which were owned by Mr S H Mitchell died from eating buckeyes last week Farmers who planted corn before the wet weather set In apprehend that it will do no good and many of them are Judge Lynch whollyeson the Burks lostisweek No Insurance Mcnts Light Weight Coats and Negligee Shirts Light Underwear Straw fiats o Good assortment a Russell S Murrells 2t It you want to see one of the best jacks in the State one that has prove himself to be an excellent breeder call at Coffey Bros j stable We bavejjust received a new stock of Ladies bhoet and Oxfords in Patent Kids Dungo as Sc all the new styles 2 t RUSSELL M UICIIKIL An unknown disease is buffiing the luiru taco in Clinton county Quite a number of horses have died iu the last two weeks but what the trouble is one o knows Kentucky Squirrels cults are now saytbatcountyforThe wife of Mr Ell Burton who is countydieda victim of and had been a sick a long time T G Rasner is again in the grocery occupyIngbuilding He invites all his old en Comers to call and sec him Our Spring flock of Mens line shoe made by Thos Son Re 2t RUBSELL MUJUUSM Mr W J Winfrey who lives at Dunnvillc was here last Sunday look hendk neck stolen front his premises last Fri day night hutchfag h anpd all lng which was by the iatir Capt Thos T rile who was ofi bf Taylor countys beat cltlzehs die tide t 1y coatestfd battle lIe Held trust Shoes Shoes 150 for choice of Mens Shoes on Rack 8100 for choice of Ladles Shoes on for choice Ladies Slippers worth 8125 40c and 50c pair for Misses Slippers 30c pair for Childs Slippers Tan or all uptodate styles in Mens and Womens custom made shoes high or low cut in s FREE Death to before Obituary On the 15th day of April the grim reaper Death claimed as Its own the irit of Mrs Susan Ingram She was born in 1819 was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Susan Page She was married to Mr James In gram who passed across the dark waters of death only two months and twelve days preceding her death She was a devoted wife aud mother leaves two daughters and three sons Mrs Harriet Robertson Mrs Nannie and Messrs Bunyan Isaac and Foster Ingram Her youngest daughter Miss Lou passed away a few years ago- Whle Mrs Ingram was visiting her a She expressed her to meet her God and asked the prayers of her children that death might relieve her sufferings With her loving children it is a blessed hope a belief yes a happy conviction that it is not all of death to die that it is bu an entrance into eternal life It we err in human blindness And forget that we are dust If we miss the law of kindness When we struggle to be just Snowy wings of peace shall cover All the pain that bides away We shall know each other better When tbe mists away ERF livtes ills suffering from a stroke of paralysis received last Thursday He was en a from his horse near the residence of Mrs Elizabeth Curd Mrs Anna Curd seeing that something was wrong went to tbe s ck mans assistance and a tonne started at once fur a physician Dr Wt Grissom aud Judge Butler toon rcdchcd the scene and Mr Conover was conveyed to his home where he has been lying critically ill ever since Mr Cubovcr is about 75 yearS old and it will be a hard pull if he survives the shock He Is a brother la law of Judge Butler and was a nephew of the older set of Murrells this county Messrs R A aud Wm Grider of Russell Springs were in Columbia Mon day and informed us there was not a case of in that sectioh that hayye d time and it is the opinion of the people that she is afflicted with ersypelas The Doctor who had charge of the case took down the flag when the eruption appeared the second time They lot ther stated that the young manYr hsa new over coat and that his trouble was not ease soon This bows art some times mistaken deceived but no man lives with out mistakes The poultry business while it looks tbQhousereference to egg Mr Sam Lewis who is the leadlnir produce buyer at Columbia ships annually from to thirty thousand doien eggs and there are several other buck sters who gather a less number When you tae tyro the money realized froth this product alone You have a sum or so alt tha dggs Bbip Jfrom Columbia fire not the pfodtzOt ut Adair dounly aloe lltlydstiais received from the sale 61 chickens ducks geese and turkeys and what oth rrtiie product brings more money in Xo Aitlr County Clothing Etc Ete Have you inspected my stock of orlsummerwool suits 85 to 811 We have a hobby line of Mens and Boys bats all docks and cblors New Alpines rough Riders Plain Come and see them A large line of Mens and Boys and Childrens Straw Hats parttcujlarFour kinds produce taken exchange goods highest market price Bring your Bacon Wool Feath Wanted Ladies Match Safe Wanted Memorandum Book FEEE Dont forget that have largest stock goods section country samples shopmade clothing unexpected fellowmen throughout neighborhood continuously administered bsWUHamsyestcrday Fraternity impressive improvements Cottonade- 15c spwearbreedingelsewhere WANTEDA replanting consumption Emmersons alt fceupicd gentleman frequently pod41oeSi useful appointment little- Evenythtug Humphrey takenrwillingness comforting havecleared whondistressingly smullpox dtss1that physicians particularly twentyQvo consideration considerable u COLUMBIA KY Marriage Licenses The following marriage licenses were issued from the Adair County Clerks oliice during the month of April W O Darnell to Miss Stella Caskey Jas M Rooks to Miss Rachel Z Rob ertsWm L Floyd to Miss Lonie Bell Redman to Miss Fetna Kim bier 11 A Shelton to Miss Zona Cape- S R Fort to Mrs Myrtle McClister Evan Akin to Miss EttaMcClister- C L Pyle to Miss Ethel Breeding This last couple will be married today The bride to be is a daughter of Mr J S Breeding and is a very deserving young lady The intended groom is a citizen of county and is said to be a popular young man One of the saf st repositories we ever inspected is the now timelock and safe recently purchased by the directors of the Bank of Colum IntA the effi cient Assistant Cashier we witness dayshusDPssthe door and were made to wonder at the mechanism of man Bur nlits can not cntir it neither will lire have any effect upon it Itis not more than three tees squire but its excel lent and cum tllcated work make it very valuablefttitmg the corporation over one thousand dullard Thus Wilcoxen was arrested In Hart county last week for forging checks The same man was arrested aud put in jill hcrescrcralyCarsa otur the same ollctsc but acuse was not made out against him and ho left for other parts After his departure Jailer Mitchell found a number of cheeks fill ed out in the cell he occupied with the n HeSf f proinnint merchants and mlmoIrBarren Dainty Who Preaches Next Sunday T F Walton Ebeneezer Z T Williams Cane Valley W H C Sandidge Union J F Roach Society Dill W P Gordon this city T L Picketts Chapel C M Deanor White Oak Uncle Sol Turpen Milltown WS Dudgeon Plum Point and Jer ico Mr J V came to the News office last Friday morning and exhibi Philipisbut onea halt silver dime of South American money The copper money ranged in denominations from one quarter of a cent to one cent and was issue by the pine Government The coins were in a little sack and were tine property of his son Mont who got hem upon the Islands The Womans Christian Temperance Union of the Eleventh district will hold a meeting at Monticello the 8th and Dili of May The progratn is now being printed at this oflico and the es erciss to be very lot rtaln log Mrs W S StoneJamestowi the President of the dIUrlct and will address the meeting Mrs Frances Beaucharap Lexington the doted heiupernnccivorlervyllltiepresQatuntrill d gtharibatat n the Methodist church irf this city next Sunday forenoon dud evening He te said to be an uteresUpg sp akerj and no tae slifxifd taxi to Met hI d red pants with belts attached up to Carpets and Matting were never so large or so low in price as this season We arc showing some cut on Ingrain carpels Cut from 37lc to the extreme low price of 25 per yard3 styles to select from 131 for a straw matting is very cheap bu it will surprise you how cheap we wt sell them My stock of Chairs Dining Root Chairs and Rockers is complete prices that will suit you of the me the ceremony Muslin Squirrel James Casey screwdoor White promlssi prices of citizen Found at Last All who have cancer Goitre wanes Tumors Catarrh and partial blindness and want to be cured without medi cine or the knife will please write to Proto J S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no pay Eld Cook a missionary to Africa and who has made threes trips to that benighted country spoke at the Christian church last Sunday night toilet of his travels and the customs of th people of that far away land For awhile our farmers were considerably delayed with their work coat count of the cold rainy weather They set a pace last week thought when the rhe i inngisbcd in the neatfety days The consolidation of Center College and Central University was approve last week by both the Southern an Northern Synods of the Presbyterian Church The meeting was held in Louisville Hon n C Baker this place was in attendance It is our understanding that a Baptist minister a graduate in Theology will visit Columbia sometime during this month with a view of being called to the church hero fie has been high ly Recommended and there is little doubt that the church will soon have a pastor located in its midst Jim Cravens of Barren county charged with committing an outrage upon a female was tried before Judge Butler last Wednesday lie was held or further trial but released upon bis own bond Immediately upon leaving the C nit he was arrested by United chargeIone time Cravt ns was a citizen ofAdair county Notice On Monday June 3 1901 County Court we will tile a pntition in said court tr change in the dividing liner between Harmony voting precinct and West Columbia voting precinct so a to exclude us from Harmony voting precinct and ineludeusin West Columbia voting precinct April 29th 1901 GKO W MUUBAY FRANK WHEAT Miss Pauline Cabell entertained quite a number of young society peo pIe of Columbia last Thursday eveatu in of Miss Olive Walling a pop ular young lady of Caropbellsville who spent the week in this cily The oc casiop was very much enjoyed and to Miss Pauline the thanks of all thus who put in an appnarance The eaturcs of the eentng were and Upon the recommendation of Con gressman Boreing Mr M Rep Yarber r ry of this vicinity has been appointed to in the Government print lug oliice Washington There lUuch estteb Dt outside of type setting and we take it that blunt will be given an eaty job This aiirxiintiBCUt aim doubtless fur cnIetsrendered t heI Republican asMr6 U feluipsouj cahier of the bank at Atiuny and Miss tattle Cros tyi ofixud KYI were married Indianapolis last Wednesday Mr SlmpSOOmBtbls Svlfe Wr toe first tlun onivcfek before their marring M ss Crosby vas visltiu her Mster MnG E Harrtefrv hlAl ih f when them eth1g Wit Imiuxbt about Twt geats3Jri Mrs ILirrisou warned her husband lCOircJBOatlafrMan ticI tuil of F Groceries 30 DAYS Ibv Granulated Sugar for 100 cash not charged foror produce Only r 8100 worth to each person lox ib good Greco Coffee 2c Ib Soda 5c Ib nice clean Rice 2 large cakes Laundry Soap 5c 45c set Steel Knives and Forks 5c set Tea or Table Spoons 35c Ib for Wire Nulls at to call Vests tour money llulse honor games position JiSbW party daja ONLY Watch for J U Smith C Cosad which will appear next week Mr W L Walker is talking to the- ythe trade through the News this week Read carefully what he says Our Dress Goods and Dress Trimmings are attracting the buyers new est styles and fabrics 2t RUSSELL L MUKUELL The largest supply of stationary etc r Frieday morning It is of splendid quali ty and if you need letter heads note heads envelopes statements bill heads etc call and leave your order Mr J FTriplett picked up a little slip of paper the otter day the writ g upon it reminded him very forcibly war times It read Pass Lewis Triplett for three years or during the war Jan 10 lEG V dColumbia Ky GREENSBURQ G B Taylor hay returned on his trip to Texas Green river has been quite high for some time but has gone down again Jas Tutt and Jas ilewer f Mill town were detained here two days on theirreturafromLouisvtileonaccountof J L Howell and II T Laiimore of the Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville were here last week on buss ness Mr Rob Hancock and wife are visi ting relatives at Horse Cave Mr W T Turpio the grocer has returned to Campbellsville and the store will be run by his sun J M Howell sold a car lows of fine horses at Danville last week IfjdA great many persons from Greens burg attended rite sale of P R Skugr dec last Thursday Mrs Dixon the woman uvaugelUU f fcourtrhuuicCampbellsville Dramatic Com pany assisted by the Greensburg Or performsance at hlJ en titled A Family Affair An injunction has been granted against J O Polstyn and wife etiji n mg them from further obstruct tip- passway over their farm Tne guts stun of closing this passway has bCA m court fur about two yours r t4KMrs Peter McKintey fell a fow days lago and hurt her arm very badly but it is improving slowly eDir n F Edmonds who has been sick for bows tluje is improving Prof R E Wilson istaikiugyfniak ing his headquarters ut Jas Bernards in the near future A large number of ladles of James town were here shopping last week Judge W F Sharp of Jaws U Mj r was here last week cm business Mr Charley Murrell of Columbia washer lust week and Insured the IR Wilson stock of goods John Wilson sold one day last week twoyearold heifer to Bryant Keib- for 500 visheaids hear Mout puller last S turdayt telGSaturday and Sunday iJthUll9ltooLbleu L llhtnkenship vltite6- lY J llrnken l j Ti e FROM JABEZ Karmersofthis section have not planted but little corn on account of bad weather but most of them areready to plant DrJ B Scholl of this place has gone to Somerset on business Mr Richard Polston a Mason t died recently He was buried by the Fraternity Born to the wife of Add Hopper the 10th a f pound girl Mrs Ro Wool ridge our mer ohant of Jabez got kicked by a a horse but not seriously v Mr J B Denny and Miss Ellen matrimonyIM Y ness dwell in their home Born to the wife of Mr G E Tompkins the 16th a girl S A Hatfield has returned from Bowling Green college Mr J W Wboldridge and wife sofOno were visiting the formers parents last week Depews Latest Banquet Story A clerical friend of mine told f me a capital story of a Yale man who was the stroke oarof his crew and the chief athlete on the football field tFHe entered the ministry and r1spent years in missionary labors far Vest Walking one day through a frontier town a cowboy stepped up to him and- said Parson you dont have enough fun Take a drink The minister declined Well he said Parson you must have some fnn Heres a faro layout Take a hand in the game The minister declined Parson said the cowboy youll die if you dont have some funAnd he knocked the parsons hat pfthis head and hit him a whack on the ear The old athletes spirit rose lr the science which had been learn ed in the college gymnasium and forgotten for a quarter of a cen tury was aroused and a blow land ed oh the jaw of that cowboy that sent him sprawling in tho street The parson walked over him as if he had been a door rug picked him up and dusted tho side of the moppedrtip the sidewalk with his form I As the ambulance was carrying the cowboy off he raised his head feebly andsaid- Parson what did you fool met for You are chock full of fun Exchange AT REST At 11 oclock Wednesday night April 17th the grim reaper death entered the home of Mr W J Bottom and claimed as its victim I his loving wife Bettie She was sick about five weeks She was first taken with measles the dis ease settling on her lungs She was born December 5 1859 She loaves a husband and eight child- renv and a host of friends to mourn her departure She was a mem ber of the Christian Church and devoted Christian and was loved by all who knew her Her depart arc has left a vacancy that no one upon earth can fill While we have lost heaven has gained for she has gone to that home where there is up more sickness sorrow end pain Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord their works follow after them L B Consumption a germ disease The germs are everywhere but they cannot get hold of you unless you get your lungs ready for them by neglecting a cold or failing to properly cure a cough The important merit of Moreleys Honey Pectoral Is that while it cures quickly It cures thoroughly Askyour druggist Imonument to the memory of late Gen Henry W Lawton will be erected in Indianapolis Daniel C French the sculptor has been selected as the designer Rerveous Prostration Mrs Lett e Fisher Says I had ner veous trouble for years which at time completely prostrated me and made life not worth living I tried many- piiyslclansand no end of nerve and other remedies wl thout relief Mr M j Crows merchant Male Iowa per f suaded me to try Moreleys Sarsapar ilia and Iron The very first bottle bleat to the rIght spot for I felt complete cuange and now after using Six bottles in all I am perfectly well SoIdb1areat In every town y- f Pension Increases Reports 1rnmilia Pension Bu reau at Washington indicate that tbetailof the SpanishAmerican War will be largerthan the body Already announcement is made that over 41000 applications for pensions on account of the short war have been filed There is something startling iu the proportion of claims filed to the number of soldiers enlisted The total number of enlistments was 274717 Of this only about 60000 saw actual service in the field Taking these figures as a basis it appears that twothirds of those engaged in the strife have filed claims for subsequent disabil tiesIn the last nine months 2664 pensions have been granted on ac count of the SpanishAmerican service One third of these were to widows On March 81 there were 095096 persons on the pen sion roll from all wars As the number of pensions because of the civil War remains about station ary owing to the increased num ber of deaths the additions from the lastconflict have brought the total to the highest number ever the present liberal pension laws there is small reason to be lieve that the total number of pen sioners will fall much below the present figure within the next few years What the aggregate of these additional pensions will be can only be discovered after the lapse of years FONTHILL J H Smith has returned from Louisville where he purchased a large supply of Spring and Sum mer goods for J H Smith Co of this place and Smith Bros of Irvins Store Farm work is eomewhat retard ed on account of the wet weather There is a good deal of sickness in this neighborhood at present J D Richardson and wife of this place are in veryfeeble health Republican candidates for mag istrate and constable in the third magisterial district of this county are too numerous to mention A majority of the Republicans of Russell county are even swifter in rewarding treachery to Democ racythan fidelity to their party If you dont believe it ask S A Gauu exDemocratic office seeker John A Webb is a prospective candidate for the Democratic nom ination for County Judge and what he will do for the new con vert to Republicanism will be a plenty How the old time Repub cane who believe in experimental religion can support S A Gann who has not yet shown any signs of true repentance remains tabs seen Generally speaking the country editor has a hard row to hoo8s he journeys through this vale of tears If he dont tell the truth he is abused for it if he does tell it he is not only abused but pre scribed For instance the editor of the Flemingsburg TimesDemo crat printed the truth in regard to the smallpox at that place where at some of the merchants with drew their advertisements from his paper because he had done something as they put it that would hurt their trade For fear of losing a few dollars they were willing to risk the chances of having the loathsome disease spread through the community by suppressing the facts in the case The editor did exactly right The boy cott is a favorite weapon with a certain class of people but the ed itor who has any respect for himself or for the truth will continue to do his duty in spite of them Georgetown Times We put up tombstones made of station marbles from 8800 up full scription on each one We cut stoneS in any shape and cutany thing on them you may desire also make duplicate of of any stone you have or wish one cut like When stones are set up if they are not as ordered oou are not regnlr edto pay for them Coakiey Sims Bros Campbellsyille Ky July first will see our deliver ance from licking stamps on bank checks promiBory notes telegrams and most of the other documents upon which they are now required Singing birds bursting buds full blown flowers leafing treeS and a green grany freshness all around will Soon greet our eyee 3n fascinating contrast to thmaii= agreeable wetter of the put few weeks Ia IT r A Sprained Ankle Quickly Cured i At ono time I suffered from a vere sprain of the ankle says GeO E Cary editor of the Guide Washington Va After using several well reccom mended medicines without success I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and am pleased to say that relief came as soon as I began its use and a complete cure speedily followed This remedy has also been used in my family for frost bitten feet with the best results I cheerfully recommend its use to all whomay need a flrstcUis liniment Sold by M Cravens Mrs John Isley living near Spring place Ten has given birth to four babies eaeh weighing fur pounds They are all living and doing well Beware of a Cough A cough isnot a disease but a symptom Consumption and bronchitis which are the most dangerous nw fatal diseases have for their firSt irdi cation a persistent cough and if pnp erly treated as soon as this cough appears are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has proven wonderfully successful and gained its wide rcpu tation and extensive sale by its success in curing the disease which cause cou hIDgIf it Is noL henetic 1IIL will not cost jou a cent For sale by M Cravens A man Is apt to believt that there Is sincerity even in lying when he hears a suburbanite describing the pleasures of a winter residence in the country Chronic Sore Leg Mr J Richardson had a running sore on his leg for twenty years Tried doc tors and medicines without end or any permanent good Mr L B Nunnally druggist Hartford Iowa recommended Moreleys Sarsaparllla and Iron to cure the cause of the sore and make it heal from the inside A few bottle cured his leg and put him in better health than he has been in for 20 years Ask your druggist The recently deceased George Q Camon leader of the Mormon church left five wives to mourn his loss With this long division of grief none of the widows ought to feel it very keenly Owing to the action of Caleb Powers attorneys in securing from the Court of Appeals thirty days to file a petiton for a modifi cation of the judgment reversing the decision of the Scott Circuit Court his case may not come up for trial until about July or August The Democratic jury which ac quitted Garnett Ripley has escap ed the maledictions of the Repub lioan press rumps Hose Belting PACKING BOILER TUBES Wel Casing Iron Pipes General Brass and Iron Goods for Water Gas and Steam Mill and Factory Supplies Call on or address THE AHRENS OTT MFG Cot INCORPORATED Louisville Kentucky PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to do any kind of work in our line ID firstclass order We have beenin 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 GORDON IONITGOMERY AttlfJltLmwCOLUMBIA Will practice In Adair and adjoining counties Collectlonsaspecialty- Office up stairs over Paulls drugstore Chas Rosenfleld Bro GENFRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS 125 West tJelferson Ltwlsvldfl Ku rsipments of Eggs Butter an Poultry dolklt d EKFSBBiTOBfe Ge aan atturauoe dank BradstreetS CgeicyMgu E rerlB nr SeaFew mothers are healthy because their duties ore so The anxiety the shockof childbirth ofluglWlty of are severe trials on any woman But with of Cardul within her rapevery mother every Woman in landca1- pay the of personal health shew owes her loved ones yon want robust health with ril its privilzgcs md pleasures of Cardui give Jt to you W1NfocCAIItIJIstrengthens orates female ill or weakness It the best medicine made Ask your druggist for 100 bottle of Cardui end take no substitute under any Mn Crso clrcumsbnccsItons Viinof war woo tie bous 241tocn Ca Qutanooai Wimore Hotel d w M WIL3IOItE Prop Gradyviller Kentllckrl HERB is uo bettor ila co to stop than at the abovcd named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclan- table Rates very reasonable Fee stable attached YETINEM SURGEON Iistalo Pollevil Splints Snvin or any stir class work done at fair prices I OUABAKTBE SATISFACTION Lam fixed to take care of S DCltBN81IA lmllc from Columbia on Disappointment BRUNERCO = WlIOLB5AJB PRODUCE DBAUERS We charge no commission on patter try and Egg Alsj guaranty hlrbes marks prices 471 Brook 8i wt LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY FRANK M BALLENGER WITH RobinscnNorton 8 Go WHOLESALE f Dru Goods Notions Etc LOUISVILLE KY JJ 1Q tf11V f Blacksmiths AND Woodworker r Columbia Ky I am prepared to dO all kinds of work jn my line and if you need re BUgglC51or tires rims spokes and all kinds bolts My prices are right and faction guaranteed Give me a call LIVE STOCK MRKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bgurboij lock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping- Lightshipping Y Si 65 g6 4 Best butchers 4 liraf 50 Fair to good butehers0 50Q i Common to medium btchr 2 7o3 50 1Pos and butchChoice packing r ors 200to 300 Its 5 Fair to good packing to 200 lbs 909 Good to extra light 120 to lbs f snrar arm LANuP Good to cotta shipping 31IbosCtmoHtomedlum 200 W j h r J Tis EnsyTo Fcol Good Countless thousands have found a blessing to the body in Dr Kings New Life Pills which positively cure on slipation SkI Ileaoache Dizziness Sanndice Malaria Fever and Ague nod all Liver and Stomach troubles Purely vegetable never gripe or waken Only 25c at T K Paulls drug store Benjamin LandersSl years old and Miss Nellie Rector aged were mar ried at Bowling Green last week while sitting in a buggy in the rain in hoot of the Court louse Tab Couldnt Haiic stood It If hed had Itching Piles Theyre terribly annoying but Bucklerlt Arni ca Salve will cure the worst case of piles on earth It has cured thous nods For Injuries Pains or Bodily Eruptions its the best salve in the world Price 25c a box Cure gl ran teed Sold hy T E Paull TRoy Courtney a ypungman who had been paroled horn an insane asylum bound his aged inpther with a plow ne in Christian county and threw her int the fireplace where she was perhap- fatally burned A Very Remarkable Ivimedy It is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction that I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist W Sawtelle of Hartford Cnn A lady customer seeing the rI1edy expose for sale on my show case said to me 1 really Believe that medicine saved my life the pas summer while at the shore and she became soenthusiastic over its merits that I at once made u my mind to recommend it in the turc Recently a gentleman came to my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to the lloor whitdb helped and in fifteen minutes be left my store smilingly Informing me that he felt as well as ever Sold by 31 Cravens It is now time for the stockmen t advertise their stock In our judg ment the newspaper that reaches the people is the very best medium Bills do but little towards advertising as they arc rarely ever seen hut a few miles from home their purpose in the main to set forth terms The News rend by 5000 people every week is ready to tell the story If you have BOidfctock worthy and desirable ad vertn a in this paper The News now iris the mostcomplete assortment of stationary job material arid equipments it has ever had We can pIcnic you if you need any thing in our line Thomas lInn an aged and respected ellizcn wild died at Paducah last week requested his raying hours that an air sfnft be erected in his grave and a strlnsr attached to bis hand so if he should not be dead when buried ho coulil pull the string and draw down a Hjr which was t be plaivd it h open tog of the shaft Ills instructions wore carried Out to the letter Early ilgnday morninirthe watchman who was left at the grave went away to get a drink When he returned the Hal was down The members of Mr nails luridly because greatly excited and the body was exhumed The dead man showtd no signs of life and seas put hick in the grave It is believed that the flag was blown down by thc wind A ndilyr Coulter in a letterto Alto ney Geacril Brecbinridge recom mends suit agaimt the bondsmen of Eld Sweeney who acted as Auditor under the Taylor regime to recover 000080 illegally paid out to support the Taylor militiai Thomas a tenyearold son of Mr J II Dempsey of Daviess county burned to death ills mother had ju Lleftthe room and the little fellow h ofgot ous of bed and was preparing to dress himself when his nightrosy caught firo from an open grate At LowreJiceljurg Leroy Strut was given a life term for the murde r Newton Searcy By the accidental discharge a she gun in the hands of an older broths- Willie White aged six years son ors Richd White of JIadlSOnwuat had tine of his legs nearly torn off dye 7nInga few Curs later from loss of blood At Jackson Mrs Minnie Spears 10wife of James Spars committed su side by taking poison after quarreling with her husband Fora still neck there Is nothing bet itcf than idr application of Chamber loins Pain Balm It quickly relieves thostiffnesss antI soreness effecting complete cure Fur stile by M Craven elopedlpWith Win Park but thjy were arrest ertat Wwcnsboroand the young ladys faDfer took uer bomb rjryyii WHntt to tick up bargains read tlio advertisements In Tire Sews f PATTERSON HOTEL JAMESTO1 ClY KY J BUOKNER President It L nUCKNER Vice President No etter place can bo found than at the above named hotel IIt is new elegantly furnished and the table at all times sup plied with the best the market affords + t Feed Stable in colt 1 aection J B PATTERSON Proprietor I IErGER IJJllER AVIIOLESALE 3IANUFACTUKEKS OF SflDDliES eWorkg172 Fourth Avenue Represented beydO HhIiL uoUISVIIsttEKY JM BUCKNERJit Secy nd Tress Buckner Tobacco Warehouse 60 INCORPORATED 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETAND 216220 TENTH ST pLOUISSLILLE KV SPECIAL TtTTeiSLTION GI3 BN PRI31RTi3 SALES FOUR MONTHS FKEE STOUAQK Independent House Mark your Hhds BUCKNER HOUSE 1FBE Tr l PALSY oPROPRIETORS OF Tfll Leianpn Marble SS Works LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of IJMARBLE GRANITE m Il1I 1 IIIPRICE3 LOW VTORK Special attention given to cemetery work before We are prepared to nil kinds of GUARAN1DEDIfronts etc ViI F JEFFRIES No other r package cof fee goes so far or gives such entire satisfaction as ARBUCKLES I ROASTED COFFEE1CostsonIya cent more than the common Undo Gives more cups and better coffee tothe pound than ny of 1U many Imitation Save the sachpackageWthelStla ARBUCKLB BROS Notion Deaf INew York City N YI