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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i tr rr i =9HE ADAIR COUNTY NEWST VOLUME 4r l JOLUMBIA AiJAIfiJJOUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 151901 NUMBER 27 J P0STOJFFICE DIRECTQBY J Russell Postmaster 0 hours week days 700 a m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CounTThree sessions Sfcr TWrd ton in January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit JudgeW W Jones Commonwealth s Attorney N II W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Clerk Jno Coffey First Monday In each month Judge3 W Butler County Attorney Jasairnett Jr Clerk T B Stnlts JailerS H Mitchell Assessor ABradshaw SurveyorRT McCaffrec School SuptW DJonca r i Coroner Leonard Fletcher Rceularcourt second Monday In month rdgeJ W Atkins tornoy Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY BSBVXLKB SlXMT T F Walton pastor Service second and Toarth Sunday n each month Bandarschool at a m ever Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST CRKSVILLH W P Gordon j pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m rtymeeting Thursday night uricBev Jkastor Services third Sunday In each month Jandayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer Sleeting Tuesday night AUFBBLLSVIUE PiKBEld ZT Wllllaas Pastor Services First Sunday in eac hticmonth Sundayschool every Sabbath at9am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES ltASONICiNo F and A MRegu ar meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each month W T1G firoirs Secj B A No 7meetst first Monday night in each month- J Y H PtW W Secretary sQssscomas is HENRY W EDDLEMAN 408WMARKETSTLOUISVILLEKV Also Dealer In FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL guOTHR1 Remember the place 408 Westflarkett flancockflQ tel if BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0fJEirThe above Hotel has been ratted repainted and is now ready fo the comfortable accommodation ote guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable good sample room Feed stableat tachedbCOMMEROIAL HOTBL in JAMESTOWNtKY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors openLIiand d Unit looks after the culinary department an sees that thptableis at all with the very best the market affords Therproprietors are attenUvo toBndverhguests Good sample bnildia- is convenient to the business houses Firs fnidars livery attached to the hotel Terms very iteaaonabto lebannStepLanndry LEBANON KY 0n riiOROUGHLY equipped moder- laundryJl plant conducted by expel ienced workmen and dcing as high grade work as can be turned out any place In the country Patronize a home Institution Work of Adair Russell Taplor andv Green solicited W JOHN TON64 Pro REED MIL ER AKC ts Columbia y Kentucky ihthe Lief tdmah1II T3owe19h Jo le tsPa y r cty 1 Xv f jy r Scandal Arpnger Ih a recent sormrui iu St Louis Rabbi Leon took some sliot nt men and women who babble The distinction between moo cent gossip nnd malicious scandal is similar to that between humor and sarcaisni Iu humor we laugh wjth the humorist in Far casm he laughs at us And it is impossible for one to talk much or continuously about others without becoming scandalous I some times think that the animal ori gin of man is traceable in human rccognizlion the snakpr e vulture There arethoso in every community snakelike it their writhing sneak ing prying and distribution of their venom They delight in guttering for the indiscretion of a woman or the first financial tremb ling ofa man Her indiscretion becomes vice ruin agony his nancial trembling becomes danger arerour good AngloSaxon as backbit ers They are vermin If they see a tidbit if they spy an infinai if they can smell out u scandal they roll the choice morselunder their tongue they reveal in the miserable secret they gloat over it with their cronies they hiss it they hint it they carry it us ndIicaoy to their fellow vermin need they all enjoy a grand cannibalis feast over the dead ordyinK reputation of their helping vic tim Yon can grapple with u fur you can catch a thief you can fucef an open enemy and exchange loIor blow But what coif you dofwitha thief of character with 111I assassin of reputation that stal you in the dark with a tongue and Poisons the weapon that inflicts wound What avails hwialtor defense what possible rtparllcan be made Of course know is IJnotis your neighbor You hope sheb will lay it to heat t It is q im lressivethis iuu6cc jice tho scandalmonger and lot me adxl IIi the attitude of those that listou to such innuendoes Tli reirty9r4 worse than the thitff 1thiI audience encourages the cmftisfF1 performer There tvonlslISb aifeV scavengers of carrion in a community if there were none to en joy the tidbit fished out of tho tter An old authority said regarding those worthies quote again that both tin slanderer and the listener should be hung upthe one by the tongue the other by the ear L four thut this penalty were enforced there elf wouldbe a great many mutilated tongues and lacerated stirs In ancient Winchester lies the recumbent statue ofn women whose mouth is growing u rose because so rune thVlHwitti pa vra mnlacn towardtine human being And the rose of siblence become the rose of bounty Idandvirtues lives in carven stoueI The quality of mercy shines tllIrtthe sacredu ss of silence thpi divineness of human chnrity living tr when the heart is lust flpeaka ing when the lips are fruzeiyltfiv mortal as the God of love thglwffl lf flife S dThe Courier Journal say s tliab Ji W O Bradley ma CiUsStiutr that he would not ba a candidate for the Senate against JLebov This means that the exgo vrnqr is rq g convinced that there Is nucfoknceTfor the reelection of a Republican and tbatDebbecanliave all the empty bon ors he wants The genial Garrardite e Says he isbut of politics but wVen fish seek drylaadand ducks refuse toswlmI nwewlll take his proposition ino con Bideratton and ev nit 1n cum grano iu sails Chronic KoroLijgr Mr RIchardson had jv running lsor on bis leg for twenty years Tricrtdnc tors and medicines without end oran permanent good Mr L B NunnaJlrln Uruirgist Hartford I6tvt rcctSiiimcndcd 1fMorcleytJ Sarsaparllla andiron to cure thecan eottbe tornaixlnikeithea- inrom thelhside A few bottles wired ltesi anjI puubiiii tit ill tfer liejflVu th 1annf v Tt Ji t f y Yf s MHythcs COL Y P WALTON OF STANFORD nibs Record representative had a pleasant chat with ExGov Wm O Bradley who has been at home for several days During the conversation the subject of Col W P Waltons can didacy for Railroad Commissioner rame up and the govcrnpr said i have krown Mr Walton since th estnblishmuntolhispaper In Stanford He a man of tireless energy un quwUonable cpuraireand firstclass ex trunv ability Biiciuntering many uiincly insiinnouuUiblc obstacles fi6 bus accduiplisliecl the remarkable of making a nice fortune by pub limbing a duintry newspaper At times appears bitter as a writer but htVt3 never known him to do any man ao Injnstice that he has not been bray enough to acknowledge it nor I ever known him however great threatened danger to retract what knew to le true lie isnotavin dictive man but endued with a kind trt and generous impulses Asa he can always he relied on I e if one of Waltons friends were rte crfod by every human being In the lltl except WatJi Unit he would land liyliitu crud defend him to the end He Is as honest as the days are ii cracnisution has ever been 4 atfecting hiS iulegrit Shauld Eu VIcud the Stole wouIiTliaVC Pay as You Go Ask the grocer the liveryman or the butcher who are the folks that coo tract bBlsuud never 1t1or pay when thin pli isN and ho will tell you they the arstugrttaT11e carpenters blacksmiths stonemasons und farm ens Took you frankly face to face and they promise to pay you Saturday night and caunit they conic atouod and tell you why If you wish to lea sen the worries of the world aud seater t sunshine asjou go dout bother to tjoslumiuitig or lift the fallen or Iruunle tl reclaim the erriog simply you debts cheerfully trod promptly IL lubricates the wheels of trade up party Ice gives tone to theI spcinl system and liberates good will asj on go EspcciallyplY the peoC lc ttho work by the day and tullldtb hands A dollar means much toI hc Ulan who spades your gardennev humiliate the neon by making him for bis dollar Give ittohim im mediately after the work is dune an ho dill it veil tell him to Whe the womannTfoticlresv6verlbeBJwrng machinu for you all day ibngY brings Ipe1 garments homo pay her all you ace and do not add to her troubles by jwjcrdsjug the prerogative of tha one wliajU paying over the money to flaunt lusultCmrum shows true nature lu his treatmeat of his sod lltifcrl rs and of all damning sins the withholding of money due a work Ing wan isllie wor tLtuspay as vegi And tlicchccrfulnessapdgtfOd trill we fiye out with our money will turn be given by thtiSfiAVQ payfifth Pay as you Ka Seeciedr David B hut declares tbahes o presen rrJlsyrygh taodidl lttItL t1br 4 J P Morgan Cue hole jrifut thQ Lcylaotl Line of st fruIlf rutin tC Great BtltaU The deaiis std tio 1SGrhr grstStep iouarw acDnyolJdrit the Tra isfltlalikliipphlKta8- tlb VJ M 0 the services of a capable thorough honest paInstaking and fearless oflicer While he would stand by the rights of the people and protect them from ev ery wrong he would not allow himself to be made a partisan tool to Inaugu rate or carry out a sensolest persecu tion p the railroads and thus impair their usefulness and the substantial advancement of best interests of the country I know something concerning his fidelity and ability as an official He was appointed by me as one of the Trustees of the Houses of llcform and Kentucky owes him a debt of gratitude for the faithful and capable way in which he discharged his duties Not withstanding he received no remuneration he worked earnestly asif a large salary were being paid and to him and his worthy associates on the Board is due in a large degree the credit of hav onylagbarbarism of a century so tar as her youth were concerned I know but one thing about Col Walton that is polIshould give him special credit and no conIe yond his power to be anything else Lancaster Record The Law as to Smallpox Every person superintending a hos pital or other place where a patient having the smallpox is confined she prohibit all intercourse therewith of persons not having had the disease and shall before discharging a patient or suffering him to be removed tiedue care that his person is thoroughly cleansed and his clothes such as have not been infected with the disease under the penalty of ten dollars If auy person who has never tad the smallpox shall go into a house where the dlseasu Is or associate with a per sr u who is atllicted therewith any justice of the peace undue proof of the fact may cause such person to be con veyed to some house or place in the country where the disease will not spread there to remain until he shall have gone through the disease or un ill a physician shall certify that he will not take the same If such person be not able to pay the expenses of his CDto spread or propragate the smallpox he shall bCsubject to be indicted and fined the sum of fie hundred dollars- or to be imprisoned fur six months Any person who having reason at the time to believe himself afllicted with the disease nf smallpox shall voluntarially go upon any public high way or street or ti any place at which people are accustomed to collect or ton assemble or who shall enter or go on booed any steamboat railroad car orJother public conveyance and all who shall knowingly aid or assist any one thus to offend shall bo guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction bunofour more than one thousand lars V For astiff neck there is nothing bat terthkn a free apbllcatlou of Chamber loins Pain Balm Jt quickly relieves etIectagus a tecn J Craven lLailsQrl ItiB til l 1nN wYorkr astonhtlyratalvtlalirerEegturltsubtJ was ljnf3dM nd f3adatl j w ifIT + Blacksmiths + AND WoodworkColumbia er I amprepared to d o all kinds work In my line and if you need repairing done on your Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember me I keep for sale wagon and buggy tires rims spokes and all kinds of bolts My prices are right and sate faction guaranteed Give me a call Loan Office Life Insurance Policies BOUGHT FOR CASH OR LOANED UPON Farm Timber Lands Optioned FOR SALE OR EXCHANGED ON SHORT NOTICE We Furnish flbstracts to Deed OIL LEASES T J CRESS P MonticeHo Ky OmceW R Cress Co Afcty Drs Re Goldstein Optic Specialists 010 544 Fourth five Louisville Ku Consultation and ex mination FIIBE j These gentemen are professionals of long experience being sons ot the late A Goldstein who was known as an optician throughout Kentuck The finest Glasses can be furnished short notice Drs Goldstein Employs No AGENTS Columbia D6ampD6llvill6 Stage Line 0GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE 1iCourteous flttenttontoPassenoers Leaves Columbia n m sad makes connec floe with Louisville train Leaves Campbells villa 320 pwJustaClerarrival of Lonlsrille trainDdlyeYCptuuday Call at Marcnra Ito tel promptly attended to Express at Reed tI Miller GEORGE LEE Prop BRUNER0oWHOLESALE PRODUCE DEALERS We charge no commission on Butter Poul try and Egg Also guarantee highest market prices 471 Brook Street LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY lias Rosenfleld Bro GENFRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS KuISTShlpmeatsof Eggs Butter Ger Poultry solicited BIFRaNczsrand Insurance Bank Bradstreebs Agency AdamsExpressCof bARSONBLACKSMITHS tWOODWORKERS GOLTJHBIA Kl3Nm7CKYt pWc are red to do any kind of QrkJn our line in firstlass ofderv Wir liavf UcenIn the uslnP for 25ye r8aBd know how to3o wljrir f5 T hrprlce5ar 1iI low i and terms as reasonable any firtclaag m6cb8nlcs7wllr take country roduee caitDSrketlvar Wvlj tdsfcalL Shop naar Ctdoabtt yilVfin dN SMITH CO FONT HILL KT ofWHOARE General Merchants l sHANGJ UST Added UNDERTAKERS GOODS aid will keep for quick notices all kinds of Comas from the finest to the cheapest r A Coffin can be trimmed and sent out in a few hours after notification They Solicit Your Patronage promising to give satisfaction in prices and quality of goods When in need wills 0 Jordan Ji Peacock Go to Grayviile and breed to the best Stallion in IIKentucky at 1000yMoneydueneighborhoodhimself to be one of the host breeders in Kentucky His cults have been shown against the belt horses In the State and have always been winners Jordan Star the ttvo ycar old was shown in twentytwo rings and won I will stand my two One jacks at 87 to insure a mare with foal money due when tact is or marc moved from The jacks arc tine br dets and their colts bflng market price I also sell the at 2 to 81CO per When In and want the best goods at the lowest prices call on me 1 handle a of a of This and the 1150 per with an area of 40000 miles of land stands third in the of wheat Texas with seven times area sad with three times her area second K e n tu the in woo and oat Texas eing first The of the Tenn he crop of vlllei w hQ 540 was buried rA ecial collie bad to be six fret 4ljrcB i feet f wets r1 ooJ eras t jot lute he r s blues of them b pricesbreed fng in model rings If mi want sonir of near owns three of colt that cannot be fur less than 8150 each His cults Lave been sold to my certain know ledge from 100 to I GUAn AXTEE his colts to be sound or no pay GOV JOHN AND JOE ascertained GeiRhborhood always liCihighest Chicago Fertilizer hundred Jordans All care will taken to acci dents but not should auy grass at 50 cents per weekor grain fed at cost f in the way of Dry Goods BuggiesOsborne Give me a call i W L GRADY Gradyvilie W TSTEPHENSDEALER IK Dry Goods Notions Boots Shoes I aso keep large stock CLOTHINGwhich I leave nice line MILLINERY hands ELKHOEN KENTUCKY paper Courier Journal year- Kentucky square surface column Southern producing Statcs Kentuckys standing first Maryland standing cky rtands second Southern States products value busbeJ6iKentucky MrsAmclia Simpson Shelby Belched pounds tJubay axatdcsliich featured tbliWboth threbrfe deepzlud threg Iclftas they Tlica4Nbined viplghEettboljiidyaudilte cnRlatea- l3lio sad o1iDi Aiersl d4rrlck exactejdgt ywjjrave atHhBjr t1gcoQlfl4s loVeml litllrr 1y twcutyonc several GarueU Columbia purchased ST among responsible prevent Ieverything Farmers Farmers I am prepared to take your orders fir Hydraulic Rarw 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 for estimates or call and so me at the llarcum Ho tel Yourstruty N WOOD Ex Congressman 1 U Goodnlglltpf the Third district and one of thelMt men in Kentucky has decided ttfbe come o candidate for the Democratic nomination for United States Senator It is expected that be will make a for l mal announcement upoq his return from Texas His entry makes five cani r dldateSfor the Ijehocaticiibmlaa tfdo inCo t Pgtlnfrtoiillon concerning her j Ivllt tty a reward WAtbR fRYAMf ct I j T1I- j 0 THH ADAIR COUNTY Published Every Wednesday BY TILE AdairGounty NewsSot- zj INCORPORATED CHAS S HARRIS Editor devoted to the Inter D9 n wVl3 avTSp pcr ests of the cltyof Columbia and the people o Adair and adjacent counties nlered at the Columbia Postoffictj us second class mail matter RU SCRIPT N RtTE4t- 1noONBYRAK SIX MONTHS STRICTLY IN ADVAN- CEWEDNESDAY MAY 15- ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERK We are authorized ti announce PT COOLEY a candidate for the office County Court Cerk of Adar County subject to te action of the Democratic pirt FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce JME3 ABIfLIia candidate for Jailer cfAdilr coun tytubjectlo thcactlnn of the Demccratli rat ty The President is still proclaim atloogovory step It begins to look like the para mount issue in the iext Presiden tial campaign will be tariff reform An effort is now being made to bring Judge Taft from the Philip pines and have him run for Gov ernor of Ohio Trade has not to a satisfactory extent followed our flay as both Spain and Germany sold more boots and shoes in the Philippines last year than tho United States It is now assertad that tha Cubans will accept the Platt Amend ment It would be good for the country if they could swallow Platt The generous people of this countryresponded nobly to the sufferers of the Jacksonville fire Ten thousand people were left homeless without means l rMr Bryan and Mr Waterson are crossing bats The former argues governmental questions S from a moral standpoint while the latter takes it strictly as busi nessThe work of pacification proceeds nt ailld oh very soon the Philippines will all be covered up in libertythat is they will have the liberty to pay homage to their carpetbag rulers No chance for a Federal job in Kentucky that is none of the present officials will be removed- S tpp will hold on and leg for Yorkes for Senator Barnett Combs James and Hill will draw their salaresfourmore years Dr W W Ray of Springfield is now Superintendent of the Hop j kinsville Asylum having been ap punted last week by Gov Beok hamDr Ray was born and rear lat Lebanon and is said to be a gentleman of excellent character issuetWalton and an interview of Ex Gov Bradley concerning him as published in 4ho Lancaster Rec I urd The ExGovernor compli ments Mr Walton in such a man tier that is weir plasing to his friends and only does the brave courageous Democrat justice For many years Mr Walton owned and edited the Interior Journal one of the best local papers in any State and from its first issue down to the present the paper at this time being controlled by his brother Ed met the enemy in ev cry contest with such zeal and abil ity as to give him a reputation kAi commensurate with his strong Democratic pnuoiples and sterling ability Mr Walton iSB r man of deep convictions faces ev fcly re With courage and determination land should he t secure tht nomination there would be no cause for any Democrat in the entire distficti fohavfe regret rMr Walton would make an ideal Kailroad Gbmmifisionfer uet t6 cthepeople aud fairtocorporain- tenetsX in tlw State y Liii j Quite a stir has beenTcreated at Hopkinsville over the discharge of the rfapuriiitoiidwiit uf the Junatic asylum in that town Charges of immoral conduct were preferred nnd Gov Beckham acting for the good of the institution discharged the ufHciuI accused Officials and all employs of such institutions should be selected with tho greatest care their selection should be based on undisputed qualifications and not for gratitude for political work and then should one fail of his duty or prve false to his posi tiiou give him the grand bounce Institutions kept up at the expense of the State and for the good of unfortunates should be guarded iu such a manner as to produce much good and iucompetency or trench ery to a trust should have immediate disapproval from the bourse of force that coutrol them Last Thursday the stock gam blers of Wall street experienced one of the severest panics ever felt in that great metropolis The shrinkage in value was tremend ous and millions were lost but all trading was properly adjusted and no failures occurred On Fri day the throating feature in the main had passedand business was in a normal condition There aro fars in many parts of the country that a great business de pression will be precipitated unless speculators and trusts cease in their game of grab and smash ing small fish The Hatjjia banner has been raised and the Hanna boom for the Republican nomination for President in 1804 is on the road It will strike many as having been very fittingly started in London from whence Hannas two admin istrations as brevetPresident has been so strongly endorsed Sena tor Hanna was in Washington when Perry Heaths London inter view launching the boom was published He denies being a candi date for President but he does it so jovially that everybody can see that he is tickled almost to death with the idea No one who knots the relations between Perry Heath and Hanna and those be tween Hanna and McKinley will believe that the Heath interview was a surprise to either of the oth er two men and there is little doubt that the full power of the administration through the army of Federal office holders will be exercised to push the Hanna boom along and make his nomination possible unless the Republican press attacks itso viciously that its impracticability will be male plain That iswj t Bfoeefats fcafTTTO emoorat has been found since the boom was started who does not sincerely hope that Han na will get the nomination Democrats wish him to get it not only because they think he would be easy to beat but because they would enjoy beating him more than any other man that could possibly be nominated The Heath interview is in reality a feeler of the Republican pulse especially of the editorial pulse So that it depends on how it is received by the Republican editors whether the the Hanna boom will be with drawn or pushe- dAbbITIONALk LtOCAIt If there are those In this or county who want to know what the exact circulation of the News was last week add it has Increased since then they can go to Mr J O Russell who is a Notary Public The editor of the pa per made ao affidavit before him In Mr W L Walkers advertisement in last weeks issue a mistake was made in giving the price of coun terpanes The advertisement stated cents a pair when it should have been cents a piece The mistake was made by the compositor set it Mr Walker is always ready to stand by the prices quoted in the News Paid list since our last issue S C DIJRose Humphreys Ed N Caldwell W L TaylorMiss Emma Lapsley CB Klnnett Miss Olive Snow W E Gun diff JO Williams J B Dltrwiddw George Yates Dr U L Taylor has rocestly bought from parties in this county tWPol J time clOCkscommol1lrue Grand father clocks One of tbeai hewill ship to his nephew CDr OBiTaylof Elkbart Ill theottofc OM in will- kbep for his own tie 3XfttMQOkt are atWnt even feet fatt pd UMMC afcedneOf Aura bSllil 1i ihlt J8 n whiJJtTlOtsi fsjda hand t tittitslpttftboll ii the ispaiissk rte a I iltlere tn aer ofsntQqulLy Jiif 11otkiiaeaaev r i1 f J Who 1eaelIEiiidl Saudiy T 11 Walton Ebenezer Z T Williams Creelshom WII O San dgc Union J P Prock Pleasant View F 0 Shearer MfcPleasant J F Roach Prices Creek THuflaker Pleasant Hill W P Gordon Cane Valley TL Hulse Elroy C L Bradley Mt Vcr nonIt Is said by fisherman shat the great majority of fish In Russell creek br tween the two mills ore carp A great man two and three feet long have been caught this Spring Several have been seen that will weigh it is believed fifty and sixty pounds For Ing purposes the skin must be remov ed and when properly prepared those who have been using them say they are very good kind of fish Quite an Interesting and enjoyable day was spent last Saturday at Buztrd Cave by 25 or 30 who met there fur the sole purpose of pleasure Buzard Cave is located in a cliff on Sulphur creek two mites from Columbia Nearly all ofthe married ladles of that section and quite a number ofyoung ladies and several young men met there as above stated and aving plenty of every thing good to eat a delightful day was spent The Male and Female High School will close with a picnic at the Fair Grounds next Thursday Miss Fannie Garnetts school will close the follow lug day but her pnpils will picnic with Prof Biltrdrt students and al the scholars arc anticipating a very coin able day tioth schuos have been very successful the M Institution clis lag with sixty live pupils Miss Gar nettc taugbta select school and accepted only students sufficient for her management The financial condition of Adair county under the wan elDeot of Judge Butter and County Attorney Garnett is healthy there being a considerable sum of money now on hand These gentlemen are both good financiers and have watched the interest of the taxpayers closely Adair county looks over at her neighbors and never issues bonds for pnblit improvements When building or abridge is to be erected a direct tax is levied and the fever is over before the sickness begins Mrs Lillie A Judd wife of Mr Andrew Judd of Louisville and moth of Mr J H Judd this city died last Sunday forenoon Mrs Judd wae a native of a Adair county her maiden name being Miller She was an aunt of Messrs G R and Henry Miller of this place and was a very excellent lady Her son Mr J H Judd is ly fog very sick atLebanon and could not attend the funeral The deceased was a member of the Christian Church and had been for many years Consumption Is 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 tailing to properly cure a cough The important merit of Moreleys Honey Pectoral Is that while it cures quickly it cures thoroughly Ask your druggist rggzth Todd daughter of Mr J D Todd who lives in this vicinity Underwent a dangerous operation at Louisville last week For several years a goiter bad been growing upon her neck It gave her no pain but the enlargement grew burdensome and sides disfigured her appearance Tak- Ing the advice of local physicians she went to Louisville in company with herfather aQd had it removed Mr Todd returped home Thursday night stating that the operation was success ful and that his daughtef Was getting along nicely She will remain in the infirmary about two weeks then re turn home This relief is a source of much joy to Miss Zclma her parents and her numerous friends JABEZ Mr Vincent Dockery and wife of Jamestown were here last week Mrs M A Popplewell is improving slowly Born to the wife of W T Zimmer man a girl Dr L Hughes and wife were visiting the latters mother Mrs R Wool dridge a few days ago Mr A A Hatfield went to Somerset the first of the week on business W MJIcGonnaghy called to see our merchants a few days ago Geo and Martin Stephens purchased a farm of Jackson Polston for 8710 PELLYTONI Farmers are about through planting cornJ H Pelley and W G Ellis attend ed the District Conference at Elkhorn Saturday arid Sunday Quarterly meeting was held at Prov idence laetSaturday and Sunday Aitapd Ray Hurt and Jag C Pelley are talking of opeajoj up 4 pew store at this place Mrs J H PaJley andMrs J H San dens wereviriting in ColumbIa last week JX Campbell and 0 Ti Maupin were irlexligoa the prat 4 the mkL- nolepHetklricks s of Cane Valby WYtiof Qttr J ere Sunday sdA 1khW VMiiakViMlc lebeltra t tb13t1DL Tbei5iw phwaslt 1Let tAisij 3ets- psractsre it bf ar1 jbb tisatrrl- elfedjdfnesis1tegever bed We- Isa 39IH yle a8r1bIsg a fC Mr i Day Spring 492 Day spring is standard bred and regIstered He is a beautiful black 10 hai Is high fine style good smooth limbs has fine action and is in every spect a combined horse PEDIGREE Day Spring by King Denmark he by Star Denmark he by Jones Denmark he by Old Black Denmark the 4 mile racehorse and he by Imported Hedgeford thoroughbred First dam by Lex- Ington 2nd dam by Steel Dust 3rd dam by Morgan 4th dam by Stump It is readily seen that Diy 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 h1t in an attractive monncr and a large per cent of his colts do likewise uy Spring will make the at my stable H miles from Columbia on Dis tlIntment Creek for tho small sum of 700 to insure a living colt My jack TELEPHONE will serve mares at same place for 300 on same terms as burg Telephone is M hands high 4 years old and I believe will prove a great breeder S D CRENSHHM RUSSELtb SPRINGS HOTEl K1A1BLE KY oeo Is now open for the trnveiiu public the year round It Isa large commodious build ing as the picture in dicates and isrun tlrst class In every particular cip0 VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro QRADYV1LLE Rev T L Hulse filled his regular appointment last Sunday preaching a very intcrectingdiscourse Miss MaLtie Smith has been very sick for the past few days Rev J W Sexton preached at the Methodist church last Sunday evening Sam Lewis called on our merchants last week for their produce The recent cool weather has given farmers room to complain of the cut worm in their young corn Rev Montgomery filled the pulpit at the Methodist church one night last week and delivered an excellent ser Jacob Nelson of Greensburg spent several days of last week here on businessH Walker was in Lebanon and Brad fords ville last week on business Mesdames J D Walker and H A Walker attended church at Nell one day last week Dr Zach Taylor of Knob Lick was called to the bedside of the sun of Pt S A TayiorJ st v eckr MrT S Mill of Llletown passed through this place last week en route ColumbiaD of Columbia passed through hero last week on route for Milltuwn 10 INk afur io urancft Mr G T Rogers was in our coiumu nity last week buyIng tobacco J IL Smith and H A Walker went to Red Lick last week looking after Garnett and Staples two popular young ladies of Columbia spent last Saturday night and Sunday visiting Mrs Ella Robertson Mr Finn living on N H Moss farm bad the misfortune of losing his residence and all its contents one day last week by fire LS Smith on his return from Cum berland county last week his horse dropped dead in the harness Avery valuable mare of N H Moss dropped dead while In the plow the same day Mr Geo Hurt of Cray Craft passed here last week en route for Glasgow W C Yates is spending a few days at Greensburg having his carding ma chine refitted preparatory for the sea son Dr J A Yates and family of Ed monton spent several days of last week in our community visiting relatives The dotor tike all other doctors put in his leisure moments fishing witu splen did success Messrs Jim Hughes and Curt Bell the popuar salesmen of Hu hs G f feyand Russell Murrell of Columbia attended church here Sunday J P Duboney of Cane Valley in company with J W Blakemore ol Louisville was in this vicinity last week buying mules They bought two of H A Walker for 7000 Smith S Nell sold to Mr Smith of BurfceavlHe one twoyearold mule for 300 00 sold to Dick Tandy 7 head of cattle at 4ic two of the cattle weighed 1750 each Mrs Lola Lovett and son ofColpm bla visited relatives and friends here last week It is now time Jor thbitooknen to advertise their stock In our Judg meat tbs newspaper that read 1I the people the very test medium B ills rib but Ultra toward attverilidiit si tb y ate rarely irer IefID Mitaflw wJkfc from Uomei thelt pitlpor dn VI toaln to Set forth t rtos The efe Thtd J6JU prtipo lYrry week- reedy ds T4ll the etfry rty tt hliv t took worthy ad k mlra YerhIeeirNoakpajwrr i Wilfflore Hotel W M WILMOBE Prop Gradyville Kentucky is no better place to stop THERE at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclass table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached LOW RATES TO = CHLIFORNIH VIAf Bin four On April 2nd 9tb16tb 23rd and 30tb 1901 special one say Colonist Tick ets to many California points will be on sate at very low rates from points along the Big Four Route For full information and particulars as to schedules rates tickets call on agents uBfJe Four Route H address the undersigned W J LYNCH W P DEPPE Gen P Tkt Agt Assistant CINCINNATI O S J GATES Gen Agt Louisville Ky l Newly Furnished American PI n Per Dar 3Uc f 3Votci90081 er s stEALS 25c 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY INIC BOSLER flgr 4 JD Richardson Co COMMISSION MERCHANTS 138 East J6lt6rsoniLouisvill6 Paltry Game f anti Butter Solicited Reference German Insurance Bank THETHRE ITIES SHOE STORE DZLERs iN Exclusive High Grade Boots and Shoes J WMpT 11 ar New DftIfPJ rdrieat l ttlllC Mok BJI 318 r4IgrtkAed JIBV1tL Lt t IdyywRHnt toplck uptlarjl tAinsleed bberlVe3tlesnEtt iI fa The iiewi iE W HOWEWELLAL8IN MURRAY HOPEWELL MURRAYf COLUMBIA KENTUCKY Ltistenyf Feed and Sale StableWITH HARCUH HOTPL FirstClass Rigs With Safe Drivers Furnished Day or NightDrum mers Rigs a Specialty t Y HARRY B PYNE WILL S BRENTLINGER s HARRY B PYNE CO MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN sectd Machinery OE ALL DESCRIPTIONStOffice and Works 1109 to 1115 W Main Tel 615 Write for Catalogue LouisvilleIa = Kentucky IDiI BINDERS TWINES MOWERS RAKES Wi t epaif iPEoueedTheto BUGGIES HARNESS SADDLES 1 BRIDLES i German Millet Seed Stock Peas frv rfiCGet our prices before buying We will save you money Wm F JEFFRIES SON CHAMPION IS THE BESTt 00000p vT DRAi S THE BHF8 = sa NO PUSH This Draws the e f f Added TracUoa sty vtoJ i THE WHEELS WILL NOT LIFT FROM THE GROUND WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF getlMowers Binders Hay Rakes and Cultivators Dont fall to see them and our prices Our stock ofiGeneral JVIetfehatidise is complete and our prices all right Remember the old stand VlI S ItMoatpelierEST If You Neat a IsnWatchIS OUT OF REPAIR Send itto us we will repair It for you at as low a cost as good work will permit and warrant It TO GIVE SATISFACTION We also carry a full line of Watches and Jew orecall when in city Engraving FREE IBIONGIRARDET C0j 404 W Market Ioulsvllle Kentucky 6orn Drill Come and Seep THE EXCELSIOR eseo Th8 cbeariest fever sold in the country Itworks to perfection I elk 0 T tsplendid line ofT f 1HarnS5 Bridles Saddles U1DfJb fah letr lIh m FJSHEIf bUri Wii nUd to i2inMri tbb kola i thu bMs 1DargDl00ab d J W JACKM4N j Odlumbis Kentuckyt 4 SS rT1rT r lesw s THE TIMe IS MT HMND WHEN PEOPLE ARE DISCARDING THE NOW UNCOMFORTABLE GARMENTS OF WINTER FOR THE MORE COMFORTABLE raiment of summer All the requirinents of the change can be found at my store for everybody tY Goods All the new goods for Ladles Separ ate Skirts and Dresses in all new shades and fabrics I am showing some entirely new and exclusive styles for Ladles Waists in Albatross CbalJis Wash Silks Ging hams and Percales We are also showing some entirely new colors and figures in wash guodsjn all the brjght and catchy styles Also have all the new shades in trlm ming Silks Appliques allover em broideries and YOkelugs You be sure to see our line of White Dress Goods W WALKER COLUMBIA KY biiPERSONAL MENTION WI Mcader was in Columbia last R Miller spent last Sunday in Columbia ExSenator Geo Nell was in Louis vile last week Mr J P Clayton of Creelsboro was in town Monday Mr Geo Lee C Campbellsville came over Saturday night Mr Gco II Walford was inBurks f Mr Vance Gowdy Campbellsville was in town Monday Dr W R Grissom visited an uncle in Hart county last week Mrs Mary J Blakeraan hasjeturn ed from Indianapolis Mr E L Fccse Pcllyton was in this city the first of the week Mr J N Coffey returned from E Louisville Saturday night Mr Scott Walker Hillshoro Texas reached Columbia Monday night Mr Wm Todd and Miss Mont Wal ford were at Cane Valley Sunday Mr John N Murrell Jr was in Louisville several days of last week Mr Frank Jaclunan has recovered from a two weeks spell of sickness Mr J A Parsons and wife were visiting his father near Mill to v last Sunday Dr J J Booker and wife Camp Knox were shopping in Columblr last S Knight and Mr Robt Morrison Jamestown were in this city last Sunday Miss Maggie Jones Jamestown is visiting her aunt Mrs C H Murrell this city Judge A P Simpson Jamestown- o got severely hurtseveral days ago I greatly improved Mr Albert Johnson who is in the lumber business at Pcllyton was in Columbia last Sunday Mr J D Todd who lives near town has been quite sick smcsjhis jeturn from Louisville Mr Bruce Montgomery accompan ied Mss Fannie Smythe to Jamestown last Thursday Miss Lyda Simpson and and Mrs W G Dillon Breeding were in Columbia 1shopping last Thursday Mr W L Baker who is cashier of tbe Montfcfllo Bank and his wife are expected in Columbia today Misses Vic Strange Jennie and Eth el Taylor of Glensfork were shopping in Columbia Friday Messrs S R and Richard Hord Campbellsville visited their sister Mrs Anna Stranger thlscity last week Mr J O Russell and Mrs Kizzle Murrell were In Louisville and Cincin goodseMr W G Spencer of Lebanon rep resenting a paint establishment was in Columbia last Monday soliciting orders Mr W G Conover who was stricken with paralysis nearly three weeks ago is doing nicely and it Is believed that lie wllirecover Mr S F Eubank will not return i MldflleShorwiRh bit will leave for Tanzantj Brccklnridge county wherfihc will Ircatc Mr W L Taylor Glensfork was in tl1tR cIt last week and his name ap pears in this weeks Issue of the illus trftaw fewv i d j J I Notions Etc Etc WeTiave some of the nicest patterns and novelties in hair Barrets Roches Fancy Pins Fancy Hair Pins Spikes Neck Ribbons Everything that is new and uptodate My aloe of Mens Ladles and Chil drens Hosiery is complete We are showing a large line of fancies and blacks in prices from 5e to 50c per pair Space will not permit us to mention all prices but will make a few starters 5c yard for Heavy Brown Domestic lot yard for Heavy Bed Tick 12Uor feather ticking that will hold 1c yard for Heavy Blue Cottonade in at the and Safe FREE men to for FUEE that I the stock of this See my for Mr S F Eubank who has been liv ing In for a number of years joined his family at this place last week Mr Welby Cl nd who has been making his home In Texas for the post IfTbursday Pauline Cabell Jo Coffey Jr and Miss Fannie Stults were at Plum Point last Goldstein and an assistant will be at the Marcum Hotel this week If you need glasses call and see this optician Mr Jas Garnett Jr accompanied his wife and little daughter Frances as far as Louisville lust week on their trip to Vandalia Missouri where Mrs Garnetts parents reside LOCAL Circiiitcourt will begin next Monday If you arc indebted to this office cal and see us during court Born to the wife ofPrank Jackman on the Stl inst a son Born to the wife of AJ Stotts May 12th a son Richard F Paull The obituary of Mrs Eliza Allen Jones will appear in our next issue It Is a very easy matter to stop the jug tradejust quitdrinking liquor Common school teachers will be ex amined next Friday and Saturday M A McPherson has been appointed postmaster at Sulphur Well Metcalfe county N T Mercer of Camp Knox sold to W U Deerlng 14 head of hogs ai 5c per pound Cutworms are very industrious and are doing much damage to tender vege tation If next Monday should be a fair day tremendous crown may be expected in town Persons ways are darkwill be given a thorough Investigation next week VF this week Read their invitatioa to the trade e Archie Harden 18 years old sod of Joel Harden died near Watson Mon day night oak bedsteads for 250 at Co lumbia Furniture Planing Mill Co on the ground floor Isenberg building Wheat Williams have something new to say to the readers of fGc News this week Read the advertisement of J H Smith Co Font Hill publis don our first page Next Friday and Saturday will be the dates for the examination of white teachers of the county Rev T F Walton will assist Rev Sbivo in communion services at Bethel Taylor county Sunday oak bedsteads for S250 at Co 1lumbla Furniture Blueing MiU db On the ground floor Isenberg building Come Jn and give us atrlali and it our work and material dots not give satlsf notion it will not cost you tiny thn Coakley Sims Bras i 12c yard for New York Camlets and Farmers Cottonade 15c for 54 Fancy Table Oil 15c for felU Dado Window Shades 5c yard for 36 In Window Scrim 50c pair for Vice Curtains 2t yards lonir each large size White Counter Panes 8125 for Ready to Wear Dress Skirts l5c y and for Turkey Red Table Linen 25c for Ladles Ready to Wear Bon for Childrens ReadylMadc Bon pair Ladles Black Hose 5c Ladies Sleeveless Vest to the Good week Cloth Good oak bedsteads for 8250 at Co lumbia Furniture Planing Milt Co on the ground floor Isenberg building Fannie Smythe will likely teach the Jamestown school She is an ex cellent teacher and if employed the trustees will make no mistake I have a new line of buggies and agent for the McCormack Mowers and Binders Call and BKADSUJUV There is only one thing a man can do who drinks whisky said a cItizen of this town many years ago and that is take a drink between drinks IMr Bill Josh Conover has sold his place adjoining his fathers farm to Mr Mr George Cbeatham Possess ion will lee gjvug next hall Mr Con over desires to buy a larger farm Last week good rains tell at differ ent points in this county but there was scarcely any in the vicinity of Columbia A heavy rain fell at Cane Valley and between here and Mlltuwn repIresentathe proGW a nice sundown hat presented last week J R Taylor of Clinton county is in jail at Albany for cutting and wounding Isaac Bunch Taylor deliberateIly Judge Jones authorizes the News to state that the grand jury will be In structed next week to indict all persons who allow their stock to run loose upon the streets of this town A hint to the wise is sufficient There was another temperance meeting at the Methodist Church last Thursday night From this tiaie for ward there will be no lack of effort to rid Columbia of whisky The jug traf fic and how to stop it is the most dif ficult problem Paul Hughes a little son of Mr Ed Hughes was thrown from ahorse late rlgbtarmed and reduced the fracture and the little fellow is now getting along nIce- ly Mr J T Hamilton and son Edward of Nell were here last Wednesday and while here Mr Hampton showed us a of the first mIl1tonit it had only been printed lastwecK Mr Vincent Dockery the present Jailer of Russell county but who is not a candidate for reelection has em barked in the merchantile business and has opened a general store at Jamestown Ho is a popular gentle man and we predict that he liberally patronized The Belgian hares recently import HlnaD1anJJrllOM 811 rapidlyWill hardly oe in tbfeidm Mr tys most fartnerV febttr Uhltjd firs J H GraQyi W R Grfeora and Mr G itinHflit HfclnBr Sunday Tile day ber HSllaaay killeQ some Very She fishy and lid ft e knows better how prtp arfe thik ex bellent diet than Mrs JTdlUiky Tbte dInner and Visit was vary muck BRoy h Shoes 150 for choice of Mens Slides on Rack 100 for choice of Ladles Shoes on for choice Ladies Slippers worth 8125 40c and 50c pair for Misses Slippers 30c pair for Child Slippers Tan or allupt date styles in Mens and Womens custom made shoes high or low cut in Our was in Liberty last week and reports the spirit of im still on Dr L C Herren has the erection of a ten room residence on the Huston vlllc pike Judge Boyle Stone is building an addition to his residence The business of the town is on the increase hotel met and merchants all active and the bane is having a lively demand for money Mr W H Hall who formerly lived li in Columbia is well pleased with Lib erty He is carrying on a tlnshop and is doing a good business Dr M 0 Sallee another Columbian is having a tine run getting all the work he can do He will probably remain in Liber ty for sometime He is well pleased with the people and the people are well pleased with him M K the leading druggist was found to be suffering with a carbuncle on his neck but hopes to be all right in a few days Pryor Young assistant cashier of the bank will spend a few days of this week in Russell county Upon return lug home Mr Harden Hatter was met a a farmers Casey county arc well pleased with crop prospects We have just received a letter from Mr C R Warriner of Oklahom con taining a for the News Mr Warriner docs not seem so well pleased with the fertile Oklahoma as he would be with the good old substan tial home In justice t r Mr Warriner and for the benefit of his creditors in this section we quote him in bis letter as follows I intend by the help of my Maker to use every hon orable means at my command to pay every cent I owe in this world He informed us that he reached that section without means and that the im pression held by some in this section that be left full handed was without foundation and untrue Many honest men have failed in business Some hand even taken the benefit of Bank ruptcy and gone down in the confi dence of their friends but fortune and honesty restored full value to creditors and regained lost confidence Suspend and watt Is the best way Give a man a chance The sympathy of the people of Rus sell county is with Mr and Mrs James Antle who on the 7th day of this month met with a misfortune for sadness is without paralel Mr Antic was at work on his farm and Mrs An tle was in her garden leaving her old child i n the house asleep After being out some time an unusual noise was heard and looking around Mrs Antic discovered her dwelling on tire Scared almost to death she ran hurriedly for a neighbor and when assistance came the roof had fallen in and there was no chance to save the child The anguish of the mother cannot be pictured as she witnessed the burning of her infant with no power to save The next morning the bones all that was left of the little child were gathered an con signed to the family burying ground mules from different parties in county lab week at an average of 855 per hand They were aged mules and for the Hudeda Brds having a fdt the Mr will bA uirfe again scfcfc and will aotffy ijhc fteople of hM doming through the I etr BB fc Ooink the splen did stock bf family groceries CalL nd H Etc Ete Have you my stock of clothing if not you should at once We are offering the largest stock of summer clothing wa have ever shown All the new weaves and flannels All wool suits 95 to 811 We have a nobby line of Hens and Boys hats all blocks and colors New Alpines rough Riders Plain Come and see them A large line of Mens and Boys and Childrens Straw Hats at all prices to suit the most particu lar We are in line with the Buckeye Pants We also have the Four Hun kinds produce taken exchange for goods highest market price Bring your Bacon Wool Feathers Wanted Ladies calLtor Match Wanted useful Memorandum Book Dont forget have largest goods section country samples shopmade clothing L + yrpile Middlesborough SundayDr JOTTINGS JcfIrIesSonbaveanewuad lIiTtAeW1iksCamp11011knkSX LadiesJiIIeavy IMiss maliciously willbeI Holiailxaylint ofAdiftJtiri pnfcttehtafe Shoes representative provement Humphrey atIthroughout subscription Kentucky judgment threeyear representinge wcreparcbaftd Philippines cfrntractrtofill Gffvfcrnmwt BlalrtJmbVe Vaughan tfaslBfcsela Isenbatg elUehUa busingSfeiSek Clothing inspected Mr Joel Rice 52 years old who was a good citizen died near Watson this county last Sunday Christie Christie Camp Knox sold last week 21 bead of nice hogs to W C Deerlng of Taylor county at 5i cents A fine Jersey calf which was owned ty Mr HN Miller died one day last eek It is supposed that it got a dose of ratpoison Mr James who has been yearIORSALEI have 2000 good white oak slats 4J ft If you want them come and see me B L CoyovFu Five or six persons from the Sparks vile country left here Monday morn ing for Covington witnesses in the Federal court Uncle George Yates sends a dollar to renew his subscription to this paper He saysItI can not do without the news it contains so much about my relatives and friends It is our understanding that the case against Porter Fletcher will riot again be tried The woman In the case it is said is making preparations to marry a Hart county man D L Steinfeld Optician with Dr G Goldstein Louisville Ky office at Marcum Hotel will be at GlennvIlle Thursday May 10th Russell Springs Friday May 17tb Foit SALE One cow will be fresh in June four head of yearling steers and six head of B L ROYSE Neatsburg Ky JB Rasner is now occupying the corner business house formerly tbe store of Mr M Cravens He has a full line of staple groceries Call and see him The contract for the new Bank at Jamestown will belet in a few days Jo Robinson the colored brick mason of this town will most likely be given the contract He is a splendid work man Dr J Ralph Barg a Cincinnati optician will W at the Hancock Hotel this cjty from the 20th to the 28th of MryAll those having defective vis ions are hereby notified to call early Consultation free The County Court has been doing some good work on the Jamestown road out of town The county has at this time a large amount of beaten rock lying near the jail which will used e upon the public roads Judge Jas Garnett and Jas Garnett Jr have placed an order with Mr Wood for one of the Rife Automatic pipesthrow t houses It will probably tie in opera tine in about two weekSI TtoeRepffalican pr1ma4ryant oflcesIsnow going on in Cumberland county It is reported here that Coedldefeated for School Baperintenflant Mr Soott Istbt tfnjent JtJcnmlfoni The Mowing cate are cIo d foj llie terpi of clrtjult court beginning next Mondayminonwealth raSes Seven of them felony wo Com monwealth cases n idOverfhHQ exam Court 4UIV Caul3eiha t t ibrt tw 1L Bred pants with belts attached up todateMy of Carpets and Mattings were never so large or so low in price as this season We are showing some cut prices on Ingrain carpets Cut from 37ic to the extreme low price of 25c per yard3 styles to select from 12i for a straw matting is very cheap but it will surprise you how cheap we wilt sell them My stock of Chairs Dining Chairs and Rockers is complete a prices that will suit you All of me call of wellknown known commenced thus Morrison being sheep Finis McKinley who lives near Denmark was considerably frightened last Sundaynight He had been out call ing and was returning home about 10 oclock When near his home he was confronted by some kind of an animal and at once was satisfied that it was not of a familiar specie and be hollooed for his father tj come and bring the gun The old gentleman was soon on the scene and the animal being pointed out to him by his son he fired and it hurriedly left The next morning blood was found upon the spot and the animal tracked sever al hundred yards From the track a great many have concluded that it was a bear It was perfectly black and about three feet high When shot a very peculiar noise was made Frequently a man misses a good thing by not keeping in touch with what is going On in the world Last week while stock in the Northern Pacific Railroad was selling in New York at enormous prices Mr James Page who lives near Cane Valley this coun ty was quietly superintending his farm not knowing that he was interested In the least Some years ago Mr H C Baker of this place invested for Mr Page when the stock in this road was very low seven hundred dollars in shares and this stock is now in the Bank of Columbia At one time last week the stock run up fri 81700 ashore and had Mr Page been npui the market he could have sold his interest for over 812000 A basis of settlement was reached and the shares are nov worth 8150 each Uncle Tom Bell who rosds at Dunnville is a great fisherman When the season opened he became so exci ted he was fairly beside himself He had his poles and lines in readiness and was upon the eve of starting to the river when his wife told him to drive up the cow that she might be milked Be went hurriedly and mistook his neighbors cow for his own drove her up Notwithstanding the cow wasdry the good wire milked ather for twenty minutes before discovering the mistake Rev F Walton ot the enterIedministry here and at Ebenezcr he delivered 266 sermons held 152 prayer meetI- ngs in the church here received 20 members in the two churches 12 by baptism officiated at 19 funerals and 12 marriages For his services be received here 31218 annually the remainder of hIs salary oeiog made up by the Board of Home Missions At the close of this review communion services were held Sometimes in the history of a mans iife memories of the past are revived by reflections for the future A little token of friendship Is left you and looking over bygone days you see in the present donor almost an exact oart0live happllymake some one else happy and whep lifes work Is ended pass through the golden gate and bo crown ed with the faithful Last week we received from Mr John Reynolds of KIOwa I T the face of whichmoaslrresllinchegfrom tk 1st curlofeUj frI tbtowho bsvfc nev l r Seen live k rabbit arid if it was a well proportfofcwi animal Wejudgb that itmust have Wen as i ft cur dog aha teyldeBtfyllVed in that oopatfybetore Do Soto Zwaklfatled in the Mlaslesil1DI fhank n11ep nbttle Dui w4 iId t ft Ml bad Meo feacloeed 1 r f Groceries 30 DAYS ONLY 16 Ibs Granulated Sugar for 8100 cash not charged or for produce Only 8100 worth to each person Wz Ib good Green Coffee 2c lb Soda 5c Ib nice clean Rice 2 largo cakes Laundry Soap 5c 4jc set Steel Knives and Forks 5c set Tea or Table Spoons 3ic lb fur Wire Nails Found at Last All who have cancer Goitre wane Tumors Catarrh and partial blindness and want to be cured without medi cine or the knife will please write to Prof J S Chapman Glensfork Ky No cure no pay Mr W M Waggener who has reach ed his 89th year is in fairly good health and is still pelting around as well as some men twenty years younger He informed us the other day that he would be In town court week if not providentially hindered Mr G C Hucherson who was born and reared in Green county died athIs late home in Osborne county Kansas on the 29th of last April He was very excellent citizen and was related to a great many people in Adair and Green counties The deceased was twice married his first wife being a sister of Mr M L Mitchell of this place Dr R A Jones of Stanford son of Dr Tom Jones this county is receiving much praise from the dental profession at this time He has recently invented an improved Dental Anes thetizing Appliance which promises to bring him tame and fortune The ob 1cam9with co that the nerve can be extract l fiitlstswent that would do this work and fail ed hence Dr Jones success is creating much favorable comment Last Friday night as a Newsman was wending his way homeward think ing of her who is ever near and yet so far he was suddenly startled by hear ing in the distance two female voices wafting music over the stillness of the night They were carrying a lantern and as they approached nearer he conld see who they were and knowing their independence he took the mid dle of the road and watched their movements and listened to the music Instep they discounted trained sol diers and their voices for melodywell the author of GooGooeycs ought to have heard them Last Sunday in company with Mr Jas Garnett Jr a representative of this paper drove over Oak Hill that part of Columbia where the colored people are mostly settled We had not been in the neighborhood for many years and were agreeably surprised to find a number of comfortable homes that are kept clean a marked differ enc from what the locality was ten years ago Profs Parker Jackman and W H Wade have very inviting homes and it may be that the pride of these twb colored men stimulated their neighbors to the more decent way of living Mr J T Quarles a young man wellknown in Columbia is now travel ing in the State of Alabama for Mur ray Dibbrull Co Nashville Mr Quarles is a gentleman of excelleutliab its has fine business qualifications and a pleasing and entertaining conversa tionalist We predict that be coed Wherever Jim nay go In wljatr ever avocation he may pursue his Co lumbia friends will always bevitb him We undVrisliad tBat Mr Wood is li able to get bimlt Into a good deal of trouble abbut tbI HyarauHcBarnj null pumps that bd lien httalsh d pen Tple tb Convey water to tnefrhtfusec Some of the parties Chfdtten to eueVbjn for btavy damages b ea ise be did mt Qt tw td tei r tditaalal r co Ji 4r i7 = tlOI COFFEE A LUXURY WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL Watch our next advertisement LIO COFFEELION COFFEE not glazed or coated with egg mixtures chemicals but absolutely pure coffee full of strength and flavor In every package of LION COFFEE you will find a fully illustrated descriptive list No housekeeper in happinesscomforttho wrappers of our onepound sealed packages which is the only form in which this excellent coffee is sold SPICE 1 He Knows Better It Is not probable that tncre Is any foundation in factfor the Washington belief that President McKlnleyscon w hifo a secure is nomination for a third term Mr McKInley would not be likely to make such a blunder The American people have pronounced against the thirdterm idea Ina manner too em pbatlc to be misunderstood They will have none of it This was the verdict rendered when Grant was so jnwise as to allow his name tago before a national conven tIoa and it is a verdict which stand for all time Inotto say The President is unquestioh ibly striving for parUsan profit in win ling the South over to Republicanism ad in making the Pacific Slops States iore enthusiastic for the go p bt is surely all that he expects r would be u pity to have to turn Mr Kinley down in Yot it will be r ie rudely if he asks for a thirdterm mination St Louis Republic Look After the Boys Rev A E Dunning saystt once in my Sunday school u 43 of boys from ten to twelve e iis old They belonged to goodI lilies Three or four years la r they formed u club It w fret but they said that they ha rgaiuizod it for iiitellectnal jiproveineut They hired a room i which they gathered evenings 1 any brought in eeveral oth ered iy Ono of the class was pointed chaplain After a whI it was learned that liquor was bK 13Iituiwnow a Christian minister One day one of the most attractive numbers of the club came and confessed to ma that he had been 4lriukiziand that his parents had found it out and he begged me tell o his mother who was almost iasiine from anxiety and that would never drink again But icidand went from bad to worse till he disappeared Friends ofc another came to ask counsel what t do because he had forged check Employers of another told i0 that he had made false entrl in their books and defrande- them of money Another been cfi aged to a lady broke t j engagement because he drank and in a few years he died a drunk nrd None of these boys at ten years of age seemed likely to be exposed to the temptation of drinkiIThe first murder since the es tabhshment of the industrial y School of R form at Louisville in 7 1850occurred there last week when Charles Washington a gov infMeleyar withjii baseball bat Both 1boys were negrdes The Body 1 preparedy at Harrodsnrbg Washingtons home it in Knox county and ho watt ii sent to the Bohool by tho Federal court for Ureskiiiginto a postoffice i r1 l The saloon keeper at Moundsville e W Va formed a combine when the city council raised the licence from 5300 to 500 and opened one big saloon in which they are bartenders and share the profits in proportion to the buis ness done by each in the precedin year The city stands to lose 83000 a year by the change and saloon keeps expect to save this and more by reduc tion of rents and running expense Shudders At His PastraI recall now with horror fays JIail Carrier Burnett Mann of Levan na 0 my Three years of wittering from Kidney trouble I was hardly vi r free from dull aches ar acute pains in lay hack Toslooporliftmallsacks made me groan I felt tired worn out about ready to give up when I began ro use Ecleclric Bitters butsix bottles ompletely cured mound made me feel ke a new man Theyre unrivaled o regulate Stomach Liver Kidneys 1erfectsatisfactionguatt r tnteed by T E Paull ugly 50 cents Nearly all the straw hats worn in this country are made at Baltimore The industry there represents a capital of about 81000000 and employes workmenIAll Eyes On Texas Great is Texas Her vast cotton crops aril marvellous oil discoveries amaze the world Now follows tbeI aanderfd ul s New Discovery for Consumption Myt Wlfacontractedaseverelungtroublerites s a most obstinate cough and finally bleat r ings new Discovery Its positive guaranteed for Coughs Colds and all and Lung troubles 50c and 100 Trial bottles free atT E Paul A bill has been introduced in th Pennsylvania Legislature for the reIi movalof the capital to Philadelphia a and for the conversion of the present Statehouse catOldM M Austin a civil war veteran WInchesner Ind wrItesUMy wife was sick a long time in spite of wholLhealthd25 drugstoreheA snake farm has been started near Kokomo Ind where snakes by thous ands will be raised and sold for the oil 1linimentposes As the reptiles breed rapidly F proprietors expect to raise at least 20000 of them annually The snakes mature in a few months and subsist on insects caught in nets easily grass hoppers being a favorite food ItSavet7 P A Danforth iif jaWIIffGa frigforfulrunuldgreotillisleght that Bucllensdintca Salve wholly cured it Jrr cave days For Ulcers alpunitePllosits the be tEveinthe wiirlK Cure jhwraatecd Only 3S JIJPJ Sold bpTrPawl s k r V All Alike LION COFFEE is always the same One package is just like another It is uniform in every respect IT NEVER VARIES If you like ono package you will like all i is and is an and There will be no county fair in Whitley thisyearon account or thelaek of interestsbown by the people for the past few years The grounds have been sold and will probably be divided In building lots unless a new company is organized rsBeware of n CoughS A cough is not a disease but a symptom Consumption and bronchitis which are the most dangerous and nt diseases have for their first iudlI cation a persistent cough and if prop oily treated as soon as this cough an pears are easily cured Chamberlains Cough Remedy has proven vonderiu ly successful and gained its wide repu ration and extensive sale by its success in curing the dIsease which cause coughing If it is not beneficial itwi not cost you a cent For sale by Cravens The twentyseventh Kentncky Deeth by was won by His Eminence a 0lt belonging to Frank Vanmtter of LtxJiogton His Eminence won the efcntt easily and was never extended Thetdistance a mile and a quarter was madeJ in 207f The event was wltnes edbyt the greatest crowd ever at Chnrchl- Downs llthey NerveousProtrntlont Mrs Lettie Fisher Says I hadDc veous trouble for years which at time completely prostrated me and mad life not worth living I tried maDd physicians and no end of nerve and other remedies without relief Mr j Crews merchant Maloy Iowa persuaded is me to try Moreleys SaTsapar ilia and Iron The ve first butt 11wentCcompletesix bottles in all I am perfectly wenp eSoldG 11ov8000000 in the Beaumont oil eboom If he istbe right kind of man he will give it nil to his three charming daughters whose fair names he blasted when they go into the world by dubbin Ima Ura and jYeraHoggMaGlasgow Times LIVE STOCK MARKET CrStock Exchange Bourbon Stoc Yards CAOTli am Extra shipplnjjiiy 4 555 75 Light brJrers 4 154 50 r a1r W good butchers 3 b0a 3 90 Common to medium bftchr 2 753 50 naGs rChoice packing and bujtcli ers 200 to 300 ttS 5 90 Fair to good packing 160 td 200Jbs 00fesbt GOod tb extra IJght190 tb rr1 a160bii Good to extra shipping ou ep aOQfliQ Fairitoiood T 2 Mi06 CkwiudB toraedlQn 2 pO8W U 4 F vlk f JDOOOOO D V tf1d1AF n millionray to prcmatnro rrove Mrs itf b was fast declinIng m healthwhen jne of Cardui performed wonderful cure Jgonieaa nnd profuao menstruation The vccWy appearance ofthemenseafortwo truthssapped hervitalityuntil sho was n phys gavewayCardnl and the cure Mrs llita ell8 experience ought to commend Wino of Cardui to suffering women in words oJ burning I WlNofCJJlDIDI j wltotryfor a of Wtnoof ttdalanddo- nottauasutstituteitel f r teP41UhcI erho sinnNC i Cnlul i drds nisei hcir vopeefmrS aren car 1se kill to fang tf the 01 erd ea renses each editor Ifrn were vory lrfol bu i to try Wio of rII HrnnBht and the Icui t it3redrrJ am restored t serialdirections erlnnartooiciltrttsnoort f l AguinaJtosfInifesto D ltteIl s from 3inila give the inanifo tr issued by Auuinaldo reads I believe 1 nm not in error in prc presumIng that the unhappy fare to which rav adverse fortucc has led me is not a surprise to those who have been familiar vitb the progress of the towar The lessons taught with a full meaning and which have wmly come to my knowledge IUIl rest with irresistable force that a complete tor rnination of hottllities nod IllstioJ peace are not only desirable but ohs lutely ossentinl Jo the wetrire of the Philippine islands The FHiplcos have never becndMiitvei at their vralcnessnrrhtve the3if rjfollowing the path pomtfli tus thor fnitiMide and oouruirr 1The tint hits CIDIP hrwerr in which rhty lltiii ihctr aciv rrc ftl m ithis path to bo lnip do h irrsr ttraill atIopnus to them anther CJur pr e sentlsy them the cause of p eerc This ca use tins been jfJYfuHy embra d by e nnj rity of my ffllivr coht rrlne- twi have already united annul ih glorious sovereign banner of ih Uo d States Ir this liajner flu y icpS ir trust sod belief that under it protection tho Filipino PoP will at all those promised liberties which are beginning to enjuy This country has dpclarcd utunis takably In favor of poses So Iw It pt1rWr h tears ant enough tcsoJatiorr Toi wish run tint ibe ignored by them n still In arms If they ar animated by if to serve our noble pooDle which ouIrespect this will now that It known to me cAfter mature deiibention I r proclaim to tuo world tbatl nnot refuse to heed to the voice of a longing for peace nor the fttiu tions of thousands of fswili yearning to see their dearones euj the libsrly and the promised gen eroslty of the greatrAmortean nation By acknowledging and accepting j5thethroughout the Philippine archlpela as I now do and without any res thatgI serving thec roy beloved ount yey happiness be thin- eASprainodriuttlelutcklyClire At one time I suffered from u se vore sprain of the ankle says Gt 0 E Cary editor of the Guide Washington paktried Chamberlains iin Balm ndepleased to Vay that relief came as soon as Tbcgan its use and a cumple cure speedily followed This tomes also been used in my funUyCorn bitten feet with the best aIccwhoecSoldThe women of the Southern Memo rial Association leave finally failed in their efforts to secure the consent the war department to removfe the b Confedleratesuldiers to Rich a mond Instead of having them pia Arlington the wattlepsrtmint h refuted thelf request n TheNews wnns the mtcompl aseortment of stationary job mlrand equipments Itla eQIJ id tiHHpleMe you If yu need ittiilng In fI 2 lv tf l IYETINERY SURGEON Hstuto Poll vi Splints Savin ornny snr claie wcrk done at sir prices I GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I sm fixed lo take care t l CBENSHAW uiie fioni Coluwb a on Disappointment Pomps Hosts Belting PACKiNG IOIL3t rUBES Wet Casing iron Pipes GoodsIMill and Factory Supplies Ml on ir addn s THE AilREJS OTT MFGfCO INCORPORATED Lori vtllr Kcmucky tOLD MONTGOMERY tt JIl 1ffJ wlli1 COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair adjoining counties Collections t specialty SSrOtlUx up stairs over Paulls drug Stun = r iz readItn t l A Very Remarkable Remedy Iti is with a good deal of pleasure and satisfaction tbat I recommend Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy says Druggist A W Sawtelle of Hartford Conn A lady customer seeing the remedy exposed for sale on my show case said to me II really believe that medicine saved my life the pas summer while at the shore and she became so enthusiastic over its merits that I at once made up my mind to recommend it in the fu ture Recently a gentleman came In ro my store so overcome with colic pains that he sank at once to the Door I gave him a dose of this remedy which helped him Irepeated the dose and In fifteen minutes he left my store smilingly informing me tbat be felt as well as ever Sold by M Cravens DECATUR The farmers are all made glad by the fine weather we are having Uncle Bon Holt who is more than owe hundred years old was hero a few days ago He is still t ble to walkover the neighborhood and visit his friends Mr Mattisou Popplewell Font Hill was in our country buying peas last week Bill Potts sold four hogs to S B Wade t Co last week for 4 per hundred William Bradshaw Columbia passed through horo last Saturday F S Foley who has boon sick for some time is now able to be t Frank Ohftlf of Dnnnville boughtpotntoes in this vicinity lveglrrs ElzyWilsou while burning brush Idt fire not into the woods causing groat alarm but his neigh andesranchudam gQ Last Saturday JLilburn the little fouryearold sou of S J Walt era was thought to be lost but after a dilhgent search he was found behind a door asleep Chester Russell and Bert Butch of Phil were visitors of J K Butcher lust week General Wade Hampton was tendered the postofllce at Columbia S C by Senator McLaurin who has peen given the Federal tronage in that State for his support of the administration but gallant old Confederate and incorruptible Democrat declined inda reputation to show that I not for sale MoL urins nduct and expressions have plac j him away below parrvith the Democrats who honored him while Senator Tillman donpunceH him as aU ingrate and atraitor McLaurin replied to his strictures BhOP11018dof the oneeyed statesman whose pourage is only discounted Joiiravvt The cvv 1 dirk rFord is auihorlty JicArialanyjnclltiatipn on Auuiualdos part to vsitiheUuitxdStiitee r i5 PATTERSON HOTEL JH7l6ST0wN KY J IBUOKNURSn President IND j L BUCKNER Vice President o otter place cane found than at tho tbove named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and theta ble at all times sup plied with the best tho market affords IFoed Stable in cou auction J B PATTERSON Proprietor j IISecySuckner Tobacco Warehouse 60 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETAND 216220 TENTH ST LOUIS ILJLE KVSPECIAL KTTOMTION Gli EN PF2IMKTE SALES Point MONTHS FREE STOKAOE Independent House Mark yonr Hhd BUCKNER HOUSE OBCCBA fJ R mA gYPROPRIETORS OJiTHE Lebanon Marble Warks C LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds Of MARBLE GRANITE 1I 1UIltl IIPRICE 5 LOW VVORKSpecial attention given to cemetery work before We are prepared to all kinds of GUARAWTBJEDIfronts etc F JEFFRIES iIi111TiiiT ITo get a really good cup of coffee youll have to start back of the actual making youll have to look to the grindingInARBUCKLES a coffee thats scientifically roasted and delivered to you berryhermetically sure of a good cup of coffee because all the coffee flavor and aroma are kept intact until you want it The fame of ARBUCKLES induced other coffee packers to put out imitations of it These imitations cost the grocer and you a cent a pound less than ARBUCKLES But dont be tempted to buy a package of some other coffee when you can get ArbucklesRoasted Coffee expe1lsivegoes further besides being better flavored more satisfying You will find a Ikt of useful arti cles in each package of Aibacldes Coffee A definite part of one of these articles becomes yours when 10uSelecton condition that send to our Notion Department a certain timber of signatures cut from the taappessI ARBUCKLE BRO- SNoaDept New York City NY i You Get r- I the ProfitsUnder our plan of netting carrlagev bsg glee and harncae you get the pronto ha or SteirlrJp b I withleethertakegout fuUeetatdartmeatOurplatibiy hhoice frortr ilia SuIlIng Carriages Direct lsearee eta oeresmahMtrated oetalBgueehetrleg rtrrobhalNSNoasot chtaatl ftee ESSlR rlei leftleNNbMM 1 i JT 1 1 WrT