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VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA AjJjfiJR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1900NUMBER
NUMBER 11
3 UClClTn TDTIml1 V I
POSTO FICE DIRECTORY
J II Russell Postmaster
O l hours week days 700 am to 930 pm j
COURT DIRECTORY
CIBOCIT COURT Tbreo sessions a year Tblrd
I Moudnylnjanary third Monday In May and
third Monday In September
Judga W nes
Commonwealth a Attorney N H W Aaron
Sheriff J W Hurt
Olerk Jno B Coffey
CoasxY Count First Monday in each month
i Judge J W Butler
County Attorney Jas Garnett Jr
Clark T B Stults
JailerS H Mitchell
Assessor Q A Bradshaw
SurToyor R T McCaffree
c School 8upt W D Jones
CoronerLeonard Fletcher
Jar COUBT Hegular court second Monday In
ach mcnth
adgeJ W Atkins
torney Gordon Montgomery
CHURCH DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAN
BOIIKSTILLB STBBZTReV T F Walton I
pastor Services second and fourth Sunday
n each mon1I Sundayschool t9 a rn erety
Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday
I night
METHODIST
BOBKSVILLK STMSKT Rev J L Kllgore
pastor Services first Sunday In each month
Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer
meeting Thursday nightBAPTIST w
BAPTIST
GBBBNSBuaa STBEET Bov E W Barnett
vaster Services third Sunday in each month
Vandarschol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer
meeting Tuesday CHRISTIAN night
fl
CAUFBELLSVILLB PIKE Rev Z T Williams
Pastor Services second Sunday in e ch
month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 am
Prayer meeting Wednesday night
LODGES
MASONIC at
COLOMBIA LODGE No 90 F and A rdRegu
lar meeting in their hall over bank on Fri
day nirhton or before the full moon In sac h b
month G A KEMP WM
a
Tn SICLTS See
ram yss C cS ed
olin
Coaover Hotel in
JOHN N CONOVER Proprietorfu
fu
wolumbia Kentucky o
l1li I
Fwe
HIS Hotel is one of the best in this ir
thisI
section of the State It is a large iy
ew brick containing twcntyclgUt th
ooms all elegantly furnished Good lu
ample rooms and the table is sup
plied with the best provisions the coun
try affords Rates very reasonable to
Hancock o Hotel E ci
BURKSVILLE STREET tjvc ti
Columbia Ky vc M
JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop me
k Q
ola
jThe above Hotel has been re
tted repainted andis now ready for Ol
the comfortable accommodation of
guests Table supplied with the best r
the market affords Rates reasonable h
lood sample room Feed stable at
hed bu
> r buan im
1 a JAJ rlrLJr rtbpttetbt
LEBANON KY St
This stand is located near the de ter
pot and meals are furnished at all ed
hours at 25 cents per meal The best
eatables the copntry affordsEle
gant sitting rooms for ladies ed
GODHRGIAL HOTBL
JAMESTOWN KT c
HOLT VAUGHAN l Proprietors V
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THB above named hotel was recently open eaa
ind hashadu fine run from the start Mrs
fo J tt
a
g ff
Dolt looks otter the cUlfnary department a l
Mes that the table is supplied at all times
With the very bet the market affords The t
proprietors arc attentive and very polite to
minsW Good sample rooms and tl i ewas
f ionvenlent W the buslflcss houses First
claws livery attached to the hotel TerMs very b
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There vas pefect silence for I
rI
some minutes to be broken by the I
old gentleman who in a very ten
der manner said
Viola you can send for your
boy and if your husband is in the
United States will find him If
his character is as true as you pic
ture it in a short time there will
bo a happy little mi1yuuder this
roofThe
The next mormng the old gen
tleman left home going to Cin
cinnati After watching the sales
salei
thlr i t
market he visited all the daily
newspaper offices and had this ad
vertisement inserted
If Eugene Gifford is living h °
ill be happily received at James
Bartellea residence near Midway I
MidwayKy
Ky
iLCHAPTER V
Returning home Mr Barton
informed his daughter that he had I
dd
adopted a plan that he believed
would be successful in the search 1
for her husband that if he watch 1
ed the papers he would certainly
see tha advertisement and in u 4
short time put in an appearance I
that
the thought that the ad would j
bring about the desired the result J
and was satisfied to wait patiently 1
for Eugenes return Weeks f
months and even a year had pass I
yet there were no tidings Vi
a did not give up in despair DyI
intuition she believed that her t
husband was a long distance from °
her but her fervent prayers to a
God for his return kept her cheer °
ful He was her thoughts by day °
doAi
and in her dreams at nights At
the mention of his name she would °
invariably answer He win surei
come to me One day while 11
the subject was up Viola speak IJ
ing to her father said n
You told me before you went u
Cincinnati last year that I
could send for my soar You did tl
not say when and as he is now ci
fourteen years old perfectly ig e
norant of his lineage I think the t
time hae come when a full revela r
kipix should be made to him If w
you agree with me I will consult t
Mr St Clair and have him go im d
mediately for him S
Your suggestion is timely Vi fa
said her father see Mr St B
Clair and start him at oncei
thr ° a
road Before starting Viola gave tl
He fr
Lizziet h
but to tell her the whole story w
promising tlidtfsha would be given tl
opporlunHtiy to ebtj Walter at °
n early day Jfi With this admoni t
lion Mr St Clair was off and on
rite night of the l tir of February I
1856 he knocked Vt Aunt Liz
ziea door It was opened and MrS
Clair entered the room W a lj
r knew him but was unacquaint t J
Lizzit e g
inane that he was the same myste
rious stanger who had often been ii
seen about the place They talk a
edupon different subjects for some
time but finally Mr St Clair a
made known his mission Ho had
dome for Walter that his mother
belonged to a wealthy family in w
wS as D
Christian lady and had secretly
secretlytinarri
married Eugene Gifford against ti
the wishWdf herfatheri agalUstIt
was sent from home until after the
birth of her child that her hu sq
baud disappeared abut the samo i
time j that every effort was being
made to find him Violas father b
had relented and the whole fami
were praying fora speedy meet t
titigotihusbnd1
falter was a very intelligent i
tana wheju he heard the story w
his parpute that be was not air e
outcast Tinl hiid > > honorable 0
irt14 j adthat hJ mother was xer
hrimtiltbnd M ed 0 hig h
fajnily ttalbonnda edl
Speaking to Mr Sty Chiir Kdaaid
You aan rttflf7aite i M how pri
IJa rr ItiOBld
brI Jtt to t lata tLe iaf + l
f 7J FP fr jC
y
Tht Jy t
0 1
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t
it
HHn
rtion that I was honorably placed
in the world Oh how Ilong to
see the woman who gave me birth
put my arms about her neck and
call her by that endearing name
MOTHER Being assured that in
a few hours the desiro of his heart
would be gratified all retired for
the night
The next morning a deep sad
jiess was pictured upon Walters
separatefrom
from his
godmother tha woman
who had watched over and cared
for him from his birth It was in
deed a trying hour but he was
willing to make the sacrifice to see
and know his own dear mother
Mustering all the fortitude he
pos
sessed he went up to Aunt Liz
zie put his arms around her neck
kissed her several times and with
tears streaming down his cheekBI
and Aunt Lizzie weeping as
though her heart would break
they parted Walter promising I
that they should soon meet again
It took the better part of two I
days for them to reach the resi
dence of Mr Bartelle and when
they came in sight of it a large i
twostory brick Mr St Clair in a
formed Walter that there wasI
vpr
prthe
minutes they reached the lbig
gate passed through it and drove
rapidly to the house Viola saw
them coming and reached the yard
entrance by the time the buggy I
arrived It was a happy meeting
of mother and son Although Vi
ola had not seen Walter since he
was two months old the very first
expression she gave after embrac
ing and kissing him time and j
again was you are the very im jj
age of your father whom you have f
never seen but he will come to jj
us
Walter was so impressed wit hthe
the elegance of his mother he fl
could not speak Gently heplac D
ed his arm about her waist and K
together they walked into the 1
room where Walters grandparents p
were sitting They greeted V nI a
ter heartily and were perfectly
delighted with his appearance In
speaking to Mr St Clair a shot u
time after Walters arrival Mr t
Bartelle saidlHa is the most w
intelligent looking boy I eve > ea 5i
and I am thoroughly convinced
that his father belongs to a good
family and that he is perfectly
honorable in character If he t
would put in an appearance now p
the happiness of everyone on the i
old plantation would b e full n
to overflowing t
JlO BE CONTINUED it
lTaylor Circuit Court Ci
t j
TimesrJnnrnal
Commonweal against George
fot r
gery A dismissed
Same vs Joe Sam Rice disturb d
ing an assembly of people 120
and cost
Same vs same assault one cent
and cost
dSame vs Mary Head allowing I
erhisky to be Sold on premises 50
and dost
n
Same vs Robert Shofner de l
tainng a wonjahj two years in the l
Pilrltentiary >
Same VI j licli Coik1aping ij
qubr in jooal option ooujiy 100
and c oali <
Same vs Temple Pitman Sb
bith breaking 5 and coft
In the case of Bank otC lum
blavs Fiscal Court of Taylor
County Judge Patteaon deoidtd
fit favor of the ocmnty The Bank
was granted lag Appeal and the
Cole artPals
bfAPpdleThesuit Hto sods
K 14000 borrowed bf Taylor
OQDIproi I
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The Reason
Some newspaper subscribers often
wonder why a publisher will keep on
sending his paper when the subscrip
tion has expired The reason Is when
a subscription is paid to a certain time
and is promptly discontinued at that
time manya subscriber allows his an
gry passion to rise and curse the pub
Usher for insinuating that his credit is
not good That will make the aver
ag ofe
reflection against the subscribers hon
Sty to pay a small debt Ithas become
customary for country newspapers to
continue the paper after the subscript
tlonhas explrep although the large
weeklie and dailies do not generally
follow this rule as their subscribers
live at a distance and besides they are
not acquainted with them and do not
know their financial standing One
should deem It an honor to know that
his credit Is not doubted when the
publisher continues to send the paper
Should the subscriber desire tolhave
his paper discontinued at any particu
tar time he should inform the publish
crEx
Having a Groat Ban on Chamber
lulnd Cough Remedy
Manager Marti of the Pierson drug
store informs us that he is having a
great run on Chamberlains Cough
ht
Remedy He sells five bottles of that
medicine to one of any other kind and
It gives great satisfaction In these
days of la grippe there is nothing like
Chamberlains Cough Remedy to stop
the cough heal up the sore throatand
lungs and give relief within a very
short time The sales aae growing
and all who try it are pleased with its
prompt action South Chicago Daily
Calumet For sale by M Cravens
Prof EG Dodge professor of Ian
guagcs in Berea College has resigned
to accept a similar chair in New Har
row school at Cumberland flap Tenn
Brave Men Fall
Victimsto stomach liver and kidney
troubles as well as women and all feel
the results In loss of appetite poisons
in the blood backache nervousness
headache and tired lissless rundown
nel
feeling But theres no need to feel
like that J W Gardner of Idaville
Ind says Electric Bitters are just
the thing for a man when he dont
howhether ha lives or dies It gave inn
new strength and a good appetite I
can now eat anything and have a new
lease on life Only 50 cents at T E
Paulls drug store Every bottle guar
anteed
aatecdThe
The nineyearold daughter of Sam
uel Ballard of Richmond was burned
to death by her clothes catching firef
while playing In front of a grate
Chronic Soro LfJ
Mr J Bichdrdson had a running
sore on his leg tort years Tried doc
tors and medicines without end or any
permanent good Mr L B Nunnalf
ly druggist Hartford Ia rccom
11mended Morleys Sarsaparilla and Ironf
to cure the cause of the sore and make
it heal from the inside A few bottles
cured my leg and put me in better
health than I have been for 20 years
Sold by W Mi Bell Joppa Ky
yge
The residence of Rev G N Cundiff
of Hardin county was blown up with
ht
dynamite by moonshiners against
whom he preached
ntNervous Prostration
I had nervous trouble for years
which at times completely prostrated
prosesng
me and made lire not worih living I
tried many physicians and no end of
nerve and other remedies without re
lief Mr Mr J Crews merchant Ma
loy Iowa persuaded me to try Morley s
Sarsaparilla and Iron The very first
forjI I
felt s complete uhangc and now after
UBlBgsix bottles in all Iam perfectly
well Jfrs Lettie Fisher
The Liederkranz Hall Louisville
was destroyed by fire at an early hourI
orSaturday morning
Aru1Bg j
Pals or soreness in the back mart
diesods rs
creep oa rarvfth oaly tbai one wars
lag Delay to folly mbeabjrUmeijr m e
llorleyc Liver MH Kidbey CordUl
tha great slateel f iMHraiittr all diiMger
boa M kvi4 M Thli rwMdjr Jrapua
Mt 1st tr Iy1ur +
1i W J pi
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I It is reported from Clay county that
1Tim rpot shot and killed Pleas
1FIsher who recently slew his own
jybrothtr
brothtrZ
I v ant U > let the people who suffer
from rheumatism and sciatica know
that chamberlains Pain Balm relic 5
ed me after a number of other medi
clues and a doctor had failed It is
the bst HnllnfntJ have ever known
GY
thousands have been cured of rheu
matism by this rcTiedy One applica
tion relieves UIK Main For sale by M
Cravensstu
stuIt
Near Vanceburg Ad Vance shotan tlat
killed Ab Copas The trouble arcs
over attentions of the latter to Mrs
Vance
CIA young man came into our store
yesterday suffering from a severe at
tack of cramp colic wites B F Hess
miller and general merchant Dickeys
Mountain Pa He had tried various
home remedies without relief As I
hadused Chamberlains Boric Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy I gave him a
dose and it soon brought him out a 1
right I never saw a fellow so rejoic
ed Sold by M Cravens
aHarry Haley aged 18 years and
Miss Josie Wilson aged 13 were married
ried at Guthrie last week
It has been demonstrated repeated
ly in every state in the Union and in
many foreign countries that Chamber
loins Cough Remedy Is a certain prc
vcntatlve and cure for croup It hasI
become the universal remedy for thatI
disease M V Fisher of Liberty WI
Va only repeats what has been said
around the globe when he writes I
have used Chamberlain Cough Bern I
edy in my family for many years anr
always with perfect success We be
lieve that it is not only the best cough
remedy but that it is a sure cure for
croup It has saved the lives of our
children a number of times This
remedy is for sale by M Cravens
lSallie Quinn aged thirty years was 1
run over and killed in Henderson coun
ty by a freight train
elStrawberries from the South are in
the Louisville market and selling at
8125 to 150 per gallon
WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY
It Will De Used by the War Depart l
DeparE
ment J1Ibe
the Signal Corps
a
The war department Is quietly at °
work on the problem of wireless teleg c
raphy for the signal service The signal 8
corps has been handicapped recent jybeing
both by lack of funds and officers to e
experiment on an extensive scale but I
Capt Beiber at Governors island New r
York is carrying on a series of experi c
ments between that point and Tomp
kinsville with a view of adapting the e
army apparatus for communication be
tween fortified points and In any other
erm
locality where the wireless system a
might prove superior in practice to the
older form of telegraphy The army a
is not dependent on Marconi for instru °
ments having developed system of its a
sj
own and the work will be pushed with
vigor when congress furnishes the nec
esegsery means
Her AVlnalnK Way
yearss ofglad
married life has gone for her llutbaad
with an ax and a revolver Girls should
take a lesson from this says the New
York Press If they went for a husband
with an enthusiasn lkcthis they ldw
probably ret one
atnytean veer ace
A tablet ou the side trail of the build
Ing on the southeast corner of Thir
teenth street and Third avenue New
York says On this corner grew
Petrufi Stuyvesants pear tree Recalled
to Holland in 16C4 On his return he
redbrought the pear tree and planted it
hI e
my name may be remembered The
pear tree fiouribed and bore fruit for
over 200 years The tablet placed here
by the Holland Society of New York
September 1896
at
TREESI
of
A Group of Thirteen Elms PIRated W
1 T Alexander Hamilton to a
ne Cat Down 1
D
The group of 13 elms planted over a th
letoeattlry ago by Alexander ilamiltonal w
New York are to be felled and soon a
R row of modern houses will stand on 1
t ground once occupied by the gro ve m
la frost of the old Hamilton grange of op
wiiek rise 13 elm are the tale reiMlBiiig t
vestige The trees x > tiehaw stead to of
atConvent avenue near One Hundred and e
JBrtyiBrtt arrest were planted by lla m
lltoB IB eooHHemors < ioB of the union of
ofJJie
Mrntly trss dirMed find sold M build
fag lark A fllnity picket fence insolidly
S bte l there are many gape dstLe
tW trees aoiri The original 13 seat + t
< d H toiiljr one put lcevek this Iel
JPW Qijji ti Tad there reaMla lwf
it alt 1Iaekat1l Mpa tHt
thlELIM1L l an
4
l
CORN LIEAL IN CHINA 1
CHINAi
e
Consul at Amoy Shows That a Mar
ket Could Be Developed MarI
e
It Would fie Foiilble for Western c
5Millers to Undersell Illce Mait
Teach the People Dow
1to Uso It
I
It is Interesting to American corn
growers to know that for the first
three months of 1890 there was Im
ported from foreign countries and
coast ports a monthly average of 144
520 picula 19270577 pounds of rice I
to supply the demand for chief bread
stuff for this port and adjacent cities
writes A Burlingamc Johnson consul
at Amoy China The average price
was above 4J4 cents Mexican 2I 4
cents gold per pound
Corn meal grits and hominy could
be laid down here at a price which
would undersell rice during more than
half the year It is only necessary
to Introduce the corn products in an Q
intelligent way so as to get the peo
pIe to understand their use A good
demand and an everincreasing out u
let for the surplus corn of our western
wouldu i
dollarsI i
to do this yet no mill has been found
willing to bear any portion of the ex 3
pense One of the largest cak
in the west when the proposition was i
laid before it said it had nothing to
give away and if Chinese wanted the
meal they could have it by paying n
cash
cashFlour
Flour has been Introduced here In
1
the beginning uot at n profit Its In
crease in consumption is marvelous
During the six months ended June 30
1899 28345 piculs 3773339 pounds
were consumed as against 84446
piculs 11278652 pounds for the same
ttperiod of 1899 an increase of 7508iG3
pounds for the half year This too
in the face of the fact that flour sells
for double the price of rice while i
leaas s
asW
atcommending them to the thousands n
of people here who must be daily sup p
plied with food stuff imported from
or
dforeign countriesWe
It would be worse than folly to dumpLI
LI
a cargo of the corn meal on the mar
ke t and offer It for sale as millers b
have suggested It must be introduced fa
by first teaching a number of cooks
who are all organized in a guild or I I
union how to prepare it and then
rgiving away a limited amount of the
cooked product through the public
lerestaurants which feed thousands of I
people If this proposition does not
appeal to the business sense of Amer
ican dealers this Immense food supply
will continue to come from other
5vi1n t
not reach this market
AMERICAN HORSES BARRED I T
AgainW
Dlicrlmlnatlon in Rniila Again e
atnsclnY Stock Ilccaaic It Is Suiter
Tban florae There
Only a few years ago American
horses could start in all races in TInsG
sin but they were so much faster
than the Russian horses that they
were finally barred from the big races
bigrlcesIn
bigrlcesT
In order to protect localintcrest As
majority of Russian horscnieu now G
own American horses and nior9 areta
constantly being bought there is 11stl ta
growing sentiment 4n favor of their
being permitted to start jn aty races
except those intended exclusively for rt
Russian horses At tine time it was l
noted with satisfaction that Amen
can horses had been purchesed for the
Russian imperial duds but recently
every horse having American blood bas
been removed from these studs Dig
interested people declare this to beI
shortsighted policy and say theco
Americana do not care what nation I
ality a horse Is provided he is fast t4
and notwithstanding American horses
arc the best trotters in the world
theUnited i
United States in the near future for
Russian mares because after inter
InterbreedIng
beof
glad to get an outcross with trotting
Ibood
COALING SHIPS AT SEA
THE
New Method of TrBDiferriae Fuel in
Bass Over a Cable UiJnii In jj lie
Shipd
As a result of three days trial of
coaling ship while towing at sea
just completed by the United States
StatesKlMla M
collie lV
her Jlarcellus it may soon be possible
for any warship to receive coal bythe
averageTh
rate of 20 tons an hour
sold
The bigs of coal are first hoisted froman
the colliers deck to the masthead upon and
uponA
an iron cage or elevator The carrier is A
isfitted
fitted with longpointed hook pivoted Rt
its bottom This hook driven under
the Iron bale engages it the elevator
drops and the carrier starts at elevatorN I
1200 feet a minute for the warship
When it reaches that end of the route
rubber buffer on the block strikes
latch which releases the hook and the It
bags with their iron bale drop down
the canvas chute to the decks of the
atarship where the jeckies eeamper The
away with iC on tucks to the bunkers
Three hundred feet Is the distance
maintained between dupe during thern
oferation Tie teat was a iraccess from 1
tie start Spencer Miller tie Inventor
the conveyor ms aboard the CHI
adchnsetts
rehkaYeirlartrgassei I
reJoLeaaetaliprg Ij Pi Boa terse only
BBlikeiBwtcitiee of lfliechartictRritla
lOUdlY etNd pet oaaently bunt > ay of Oh
the res5Sne petarrerit able palaces D
granite and mar Dl that novld ia
credit to nr f o tu Axwrk a irttie
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Our line of Hats Gloves and
Umbrellas now ready for SprIng
1 ISO Dont fail to see It Our r c
Straw and Crash line surpasses r
anything on the road We
guar f
i antee to please r
STYLE fiND FRiGES GORREGT zt
We SOUcl our trade and
guar
antes good goods boncstly
seated repre
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JEWELER
COLUMBIA KY
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woi in our line audit you need re
repairing
Farm Implements
remember ts
We TSkeep
bugLires j
tires rims spokes and
all kinds rf
rfbots
bolts Our prices are right and sat
tfactiou
us a call
Newy Furnished
1VRn
Daye
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MEALS 25c
523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY
NIC BOSLER flgr
Wiliore Hotel
W M WIL3IOKE Prop
Kentuckyr
In
HERE is no better place to slot
than at the aboved named hot
Good sample rooms and a firstclae
table Bates very reasonable Feet
stable attached
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