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I c d j THE 0 t u COIJNTT NEWSf VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAiR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1900 q NUMBER 10 POSTUJFFIOE DIRECTORY J il Russell Postmaste- rOfilaehoursweekdapai7oeam to 980 PHU f COURT DIRECTORY CincuixCocRTThree sessions a yearffhlrd Monday inJanuary third Monday In May and third Monday In September JudgeW nea OomiaonweaUh s Attorney N H W Aaron i Shcriff J W Hurt Clerk Jno B Coffey CcUBTFirst Monday In each month Judged W Butler County AttillnioyJas Garnett Jr R Stuns refallerSAssessor Q A Bradshaw R T McCaffrec SuptW D Jones x Leonard Fletcher Cou1tTneguaroourt second Monday in JSchool W Atkins Gordon Montgomery PRESBYTERIAN DIRECTORY a JeBtlllpastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BuBKsriLLB STBEET Rev J L Kilgore pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GREENSBORO STREET EOT E W Barnettfrwwtor Services third Sunday In 3andayschol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer nesting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMrnBLtsviLLC PIKE Rev ZoT Williams Pastor Services second Sunday In each mouth Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9aro Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODUES of in MASONIC COLUMBIA Locos If096 Fand A dRegu lar meeting In their hall over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon in each mouth GAKEJIP VM- TBSIVXTS Sccj crsNCEO caRa- ater h fioaover Hotel JOHH N CONOVER Proprietor olumbiaKentucky HIS Hotel Is one of the best in this 1 section of the State It Is a large ew brick containing twentyeight ooms all elegantly furnished Good bample rooms and the table is sup see 1lledwith the best provisions the coun try affords Bates very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop ed 0t tSTThe above Hotel has been re fotheongueststhe market affords Rates reasonable good sample room Feed stable at bed j 1 iIm QRANT JA3ZES BELI Propri- etorLEEArTON KY ed This stand is located near the depot and meals are furnished at all hours at 25 cents per meal The best eatables the country affords Elegant sitting rooms for ladies at IERCIAL w HOTEL JAMESTOWN XYrHOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors t 0above namnd hotel was recently opened ly land has had a fine run from thicBtart Mrs Bolt looks after the culinary dc p rtmemt nnd sees that the table In supplied at all times with the very best the market affords The lnpgug o Is convenient the business ho trees ciasliveryattac6edtothahokNTve j c Mvthlnr n invent or toprove also et- CAVEATTilAetj OrthPtofn MARK iUlsM II i IUOK OA PATENTS WlJtAI IIftliINWHCf r CASY1 1 4DD i Pat t Lawyers WASH Wli I CM pG l pillIhotel If the weather contiiinesf- vocablel they will get the work MIr is during tilt licit teedars H S J f + + If d f A KentuckyRomance J r BVJ B MURRELLU II 1111 II II II CHAPTER III At the time this story opened there sided in Woodford county Kentucky about five miles from the little town of Mid way Mr James Bartelle He was the wealthiest man in the county and besides having an aristocratic wife he was the father of two daughters VIola and Jennie Their ages were eighteen and twenty Viola possessed pleasing disposition agreeable with everyone with whom she met while nnie took after her parent was never seen in company with those who were not financially up in the world Their father had lands many blooded horses and large herds of thoroughbred cattle Besides he had much surplus means Viola being the favorite in the locality she had many suitors for her hand the propositions coming om young men whose parents stood high socially and financially She was not easily pleased at least none of the offers came from persons whom she considered worthy The habits of some were repulsive the dispositions others contrary to her own One day while Viola was shopping Midway she was introduced to Mr Eugene Gifford a young man who had just been employed in the largest dry goods establishment in the place He had a manly countenance and was a pleasing and obliging salesman and his manner very much impressed VIo- la and Mr Gifford was equally pleased with his new found acquantanc When Viola returned home she Informed her sister Jennie of meeting the new clerk and how favorably she was impressed Nothing more was said sari in a few days Viola again visited the store She was waited upon by Mr Gilford who was ex ceedingly agreeable and when the time came for her to start he accom panied her to the buggy and asked If he could have the pleasure of calling to her at her home The request was granted and about one week thereat ter young GIfford drove up to old man Bartelles residence He was met at the door by a colored boy ushed Into the parlor and in a few minutes Viola appeared Two hours were happily passed and when the time for him to take his leave arrived he was deeply- In love with Viola and Viola enlertain the same tender feelings for him Mr GIfford made the second and third visit but before the time for the fourth arrived old man Bartelle had been In rmed that his daughters suitor was ly a poor young man clerking in a dry goods store He forbade her to longer keep his company and young Gifford did not again visit the house This however did not prevent him from meeting Viola as social gather ings In the county frequently threw them together The obstinacy of old manBartelle did not deter the young couple and finally they became engag They could not marry at home and they fell upon this plan Viola had influential relatives living in Lou- Isville and she decided to Pay them a visit She went and in a few weeks young Gifford followed meeting Viola a designated place they crossed over to Jeffersonville Ind and were secretly married Returning to Lou Viola went to the home of be- elatives r and her husband to a hotel They remained In the city several days meeting frequently but so close did they guard their secret noon o suspected that they were man arid wife Young Gifford returned to Mid way before his wife reached her home and then iiwas some days before they could arrange to meet After the first meeting they were together cl ldes finely often trying all the time tp tall upon a plan to break the news to Yo las parents Finally the marriage could no longer be kept from tbeo folk1iand Viola told them the wine le story They raved and theo at qeolaced jliHt It would not do for the I hFsa9tri a a living hence he would aendjwtfroBa home to remain until after that chiW was born AcoonUBjlj be cowultad Violas 8C18r DaBitttel1e a ale reult ofthi 4 I Mliat be ta t- thatVlola Vthejaoaw- iftfl v t r- v t+ t ltf r 0 II l uuuof Aunt Lisle Sharp in Adam county X7 What foUoived at Mint tizzies home the reader hat already been informedCKAPTXUIV The reader Is now aware that Cora and Viola are one and the same peon s and U she will not again be at HAunt Lizzies regideaee she willbe known through the remainder of the story by her real DameViola and doubtless those who are perusing the naratlve would like to know ot mysterious disappearance from Aunt Liz zies house It was on a bright moonlight night in the month of December Viola had retired early and was dozing Into a sslumber when there was a tap uponfi her window Igtantly she was She listened a few minutes and pres ently she heard a voice perfectly fa smillerfrom the room She obeyed quickly and stood In the presence of her uncle MrBenBartelle who Informedher that her father desired that she return home at once There is Is no time tor farewells said her uncle Leave the babe for the present step Into the buggy the greater portion of our jour ney must bo traversed before day light In an instant they were on tic road and the next afternoon at 3 ocloc ahe was received at her firth ers palatial residence Her father mother and sister Jennie were per fectiy delated to have her again at home and theyoUu ecpof the vl cinlty who had been given to understand that Viola wan off on a long vis it flocked in great numbers to sec her One thins was very noticeable Viola had but little to say and It was frequently remarked that she looked troubled J that something of a very serious nature was bearing heavily upon her mind After he had been at home two0 three months she concluded to make a confident of Mr Arthur St Clair who was her fathers bookkeeper she hav ing not yet seen or heard from Eugene She told him the story of her life and where her son was located and was horrified to learn that Mr Gifford dis appeared from Midway about the same time she left home and that all efforts to find him had proven futile The shock was so unexpected that Viola had to bo carried to her room sad it was some days before she again appeared among the home circle One day she told Mr St Clair that she had perfect confidence in Eugene and believed that some day he would re turn to her In the mentlrae said shel want you to do me a favor He consented and she handed him the note that appeared earlier in this story with the request that he go atone e to the home of Aunt Lizzie Sharp in Adair county Ky and deliver itto the old lady The trip was made as the reader has already been informed For twelve years Mr St Clair made regular visits to see the boy but never revealed to any person that they1 were made at the request of the child s mother After Walter was old enough to attend school KrSt Clair would meet hint upon the hlllhwayenI8Ke him in conversation and when they would1ieparauhe Invariably gave him a purse of money telling him to use It Judiciously cad tell no one how he came 10poselon of It During the years these trips we being nude by Mr St Clair Bartelle traa married to Mr Vic Xewby who resided near Corinth Miss He was a wealthy planter sir letters received irequently stated that they bad a happy home and were en joying life splendidly One flay after a letter case truss Jensle stating how supremely happy ibe was Viola WellII am root laapyri but OB the contrary sat Blsetftbtei asi will sever be con tented agtllay bwbaud te foHBd and saeSidTO ralt OOXTDIUKD Joe W FkUWr of Boarflan oojfcitjrtt4 Miw AatH ilamiltec fatadie IlalttriedRea in Tottiatillle i iiJ FROn ILLINOISIOPDYKE ILL Dec 29 1899 r Editor lITewsAs the year of ihas come to a close and its joy I and sorrows have been felt byu all we extend our kindest regards to the News force and its readers Christmas had its ts and phattractionsIt is with much pleasure we read the News and wo sire glad to see such interest manifested in th general improvement of all kinds of business in Adair Southern Illinois is attracting considerable attention scarcely do we come to the close of each week that does not shov some real estate deal Northern and Central Illi nois have made various kinds of investments here in farm lands There are good reasons why such deals are made Our climate is otI so severe in winter our lands are about one half the cost of lands in the north Various kind of stockI ra is liebegood schools and our school fun very high Our roads aro vor- ne in the full for driving but atI this time they are heavy with mud Mother earth is now covered in stternel of all kinds is plentiful coal can be bought at 5c to Tc per bushel wood 150 and 200 per c taordwell as prairie farms Quo would think in summer the prairie would be cool and pleasant but euch is not the case I think some tim s the prairie is like unto a largo OVMr en edWeble indications in Adair for get ting a railroad for it would im prove the county and make Co lurnbia0no of the best towns in the State We would then be proudiudeei tasee Mayor Pagefr presiding over the hustiiug city of ColumbiaDANIEL W STONE Most iu quantity lest in qua1lf3J Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron is a tonic a blood purifier and a blood ma metalry curing certain diseases like strofulo fbuildsI have tried it say there is more cure in one bottle of Morleys Sursaparilla and- Iron than in six of any other kind Sold by IV M Bell Joppa Ky The City Council of Winchester has authorized the opening of saM loons The license for retailers is 825 and for dealers who sell not less than one quart 500 per an num On the evening of tho pas sage of the ordinance four retuilD licenses were granted Neuralgia BanishedwThere is no more severe or pain than neuralgia A remedy that will cure it will cure any pain Dr G S Savers dentist Louisville Ky says My wife suffered over two years from very severe neuralgia which seYeral physicians failed to relieve I thedgot Morleys Wonderful Eight which relieved her in five minutes and Soo effected a permanent cure Free trl alwho bottles at W M Bells Joppa Ky Mrs Margaret Elsher an old resident o f Covington dropped dead during the services at St Patricks church She was kn 1ter ing in prayer during the mass when she suddenly fell forward her face and expired roBrave Men Fall kidntorCp as as women c poisodns the nervousness headache and tired llsslcss rundown feeling But theres no need to feel like that J W Gardner of Jdavillet Ind fists Electric Bitters are just the thing fur a man when he dontI gaveIme new a I can now eat anything and have a new lease on UCeOQly 50 ccntJT Et Paulls drug store livery bottle guar anteed The celebrated Piiiicle Hock which9verh ng Cumberland Crap sad Rae a noted uttrahpecti i flU from iba loft w- 4etroying ee OOsktlMablproPelbjI J ff r n 17 slag a Great Iran on Chamber luis Cough Remedy drugJ1sr m rmsusthat he Is having a CoughsIIItJI hr at and lungs and give relief wiihiu u very short time The sales are growing and all who try it are itspromptactionSouthLIrragu ji Cravens eJu Clay ClliutY Pleasant Fisher shot and killed 11S brother Alext the result of a discussion of feudnam al troubles Both men belonged to the Philpot faction lof hlymany foreign countries that Chamber loins Cough Remedy is a certain pre venttiveand cure for croup It has become the universal remedy for that disease M V Fisher of 1Vat1around tdyalways with perfect success We be ve that it is not only the best cough fordwilyThis remedy is for sale by M Crayons Nick Greggs committed suicide at a Christmas party atHitesville anding before a mirror and firM a bullet into his heart A young man came into our storef yesterday suffering from a severe atn exckiDickeysvarious home remedies without relief As I had used Chamberins Colic Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy I gave him dose and it soon brought him out al right I never saw a fellow so rejoic Sold by M Craven In a feud fight at the mouthof dis Hector creek Clay county Eli ke Bowling was shot and killed DavetJ nBowiug epoIom rheumatism and sciatica know Theme slid after a number of other medi ibest aJan spedsby this remedy One application re lieves the pain For sale by M CRA YENS Jim Overby a Caldwell county rmer died as the result of drink alcohol Another detatchmont of Mor mon elders hoe been sent to Ken tucky to beat up recruitsfro William Baldwin aged nineteen was drowned in a pond near New port while skatingtcBroadway Baptist church Louis ville has decided to use individu communion copstl paInacounty John Ball and Will Strong ere banJ Lewis Booker an insurance tt agent committed suicide at Richmond by drinking carbolic acid While loading a shotgun Chas ocum of Mercer county acci shot and killed his wife be signdisagreed with her husband committed suicide by taking car bolic acid Sel Devore a wellknown citizen of Richmond killed Robert Mil a negro who had stepped on Ahis foot he llEdBIBLE TEXT ON AN ELEVATOR he Kansas Grain Merchant Proves Tils Belief IB a Positive aid Living Gospel lNThe people of Lebanon TeA and pas Singers of the Rock Island railroad hue been given a practical Illustration at of the proclaiming of Gods rord from the housetops The big grain elevator owned by E D Iloyde a devout Free MethodlEthas b decorated by a sign painted with thIs Bible quotation Eternity in helL He lifted up hiseJyes being In torment Heft not de a eelvedOcd Is not mocked Heaven and earth shall pan away but My words shall not peas away Fear God andrlkeep His Cbramandffients For the Son of Man f s come to seek sad to save that which was lost t lefmap JDlroltlzess of LebBoHrisa weatw of thetatown coancll I end premlBeBt IB yad teJli raDce work He a ankII eTerypos We way 6 ii DISTRICT SERVANT GIRL Aa Invention of the Household Essr numb Aasoclntlon TbBt PllUv a LoBffFelt WantLThe American district servant girl in vented the Household Economic has gone into triumphant IusoclatIon w York city She reported Istrict office which has been established at 1772 Broadway to await calls The first days business showed the plan to be sncpess Everyone con tha nec regrettedt 5 88 not invented before any servant girls registered their es at the office and soon were rung I nin about town to do work at the rate 20 cents an hour u gWestggxcunto cook the breakfast She did the work in three hours collected CO centaandlreturned to the office with the 0Dnderof a variety of places she said arid TJ eve Eningseat in the houses where we work 71 frInplease Qtiesl tempt many girls from factory life 3 DEAD LETTER LIBRARYEBook Formerly Are Non 8e l iAfterdePartmentm the old building on F street to the post office on Pennsylvania avenue cept the dead letter library It remore room than has yet been anged for This library is the result sendtngrature WcentsThey seldom brought more than fed wol InfrequenUy 1887 Postmaster General Vllas passed an act requiring the books to be put at the ntterhnvingbeenpt t the choicest might be selected for ost office Newlrchase bookIsthe post office library seemed to form FInleytbeAstorlibrary 523 the centennial In Philadelphia In a keptderstrangers as one of the greatest trans ures of the post offic- eKENTUCKYS TARS They Serenade Crowds on Drooklra Bridge aa the DIg Battleship Paiaei Out to SeaGFar up in the military masts of the battleship Kentucky two jackles perched and sang a midnight serenade Tthe ship swung down East river m the navy yard the other night on Good her way to TompkinsHlutal sbcarsan accident and hundreds of pas alighted and peering through the guard rails saw the oncoming battleship and many observed that her taU military masts reached nearly to flooring of the bridge They did know her name however and a Z1andcouShipahoyScarcely had the cry been given when ck came the reply store Ahoymy hearties Were the Ken seaward bound andTltiKentuckyWhere countryInThe crowd listened a moment andnthen gavo wild cheers The Kentucky passed quickly beneath the bridge but ALL tho clear voices of the Jackles could heard until the battle ship was lost ht of far docn streamTUKITES FOR WAR SIGNALS William A Eddy After Bxperlraeat lag Believes He Slits Arrived at Satisfactory Results NkIteEddy has arrived at a result which believes can be made serviceable in signaling aloft According to Mr dy in his latest experiment in which sold sent aloft electric light drawn from and the surrounding atmosphere he has RuItwas conducted At 740 oclock a NJcleartion machine or dynamo began to glow the earth and five minutes later it Itoutabout half an hour It was then hauled TI1IparkbyMr Eddy wassuspended from steel wire sustained aloft by one kite Ttacbeddld itupward without other cable or tying Une HarvarllDrin 1883 t y90011 toP1Y flu tuition sad room tof any of his descendants who telet to go to Harvard rbe1e of this bequest hasJust been es blished after a t IByears contest 0antsand there are new aoe left to IpIItbyttheewil- li rM H MARCUM RBPRBSEHTINO SWf1NfBRfiMflf1i 62 LOUISVILLE KY Our line of Hats Gloves and Umbrellas now ready for Spring anything OurStrawon the road We guar Iantee to please STYLE flND PRICES CORRECT We solicit your trade and guarantes good goods honestly repre i IE G4G- FRANK JACKMAN JEWELER COLUMBIA KY in tmiiniiin1nV Satisfaction In flll Work i OLD GOLD AND SILVER Bought At Market Prices SewinglIaeJlln Materlal Always On Hand GTI iii iLmi J B1o f Blacksmiths + AND WoodworkersColumbia e are prepared to do all kinds of In our line and if you need re Buggiesorus buggytiresbolts Our prices are right and ads faction guaranteed Give us a call y Furnished American Plan LOCI Ptr Day 5lic 9osfers 3otcf MEALS 25c W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER fljjr Wilmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop Kentucky 11 H iflthann sample rooms and a firstclass Feedstable GORDON MONTGOMERY tt U V i iWll COLUMBIA KY practice in Adair and adjoining nties Collections a specialty 9Oillce up stairs over Paulls dm m0 kQra OJN lDl DENTIST WORK NEATLY DONE SPJECIAJ ATTENTION GIVEN TO PREVENT INO ntREGULAR TKKTJT AND TO SAVING OF THE NATURAL TEETH OFFICE TUTTBUILDING USE THE onarch Coffee Ii It is the best on the market and fOl by W E Lyon the grocerymlt is handled in Columbia by Recd Miller Frank Sinclair Willis Bros1 Murrell and W L Walker ATS + SARSAPARILLA The Best Made PurIfIes The Blood flnd FORTIFIES 8 Sustemflgalnst Disease IFORSAlrEBY E PADLL Columbia Ky DR M 0 SALLEE4i 4a BXZfTZWT t Careful attention given to mer taBddentalo IT OFFJCEOver Hughes CofVov I Hunter c t COLUIIIA n t r- zl 1 1 Ill y I ii 1ikIR COfflYRllS Published Every Wednesday BY TILE Adairounty Newao INCORPORATED OPPICROver Crayons dzng store corner PublIo Square and ClUfJpboUvllio Pike A Democratic newspapcl devoted to theinterI eats oftke city ofCo1mbIa and the Adair and adjacent counties Jtntered at the Columbia Postofficeasseconc qiass mall matter vflCR1PT NR1TRR- I OSE yEAR SIX MONTHS STRlOTIYIN ADVANCE WAS B HARRIS Editor WnRTIsnm RATES Lots oUcesten cents per line for that In ietIon nndiVe cents perline for each subsequent insertion DISPLAY ADS =8Pace1 1 mob a Inches a Inches 4 Inobee- e Inches ii Cot Cotf1 CoI I Wk 50I IM3l0 400 600 IZMo1 110I 20J 250 300 600 900 11 00 13Mo1 200 300 400 500 60II co 102400 16 lICol 300I 30 00 000 IYr I 500 700 10 0- 012C 15 00- 3GOO 501 60150 There will be no departure from these rates ender any circumstances I WEDNESDAY JAN 10 It begins to look like something is going to drap at Frankfort An earthquoke in Tiflis province Russia last week killed J r over eight hundred persons Politically speaking there is one L man in Kentucky who is sadly in need of a tombstone Name him and take him Notices of contest for Governor and Lieutenant Governor were fil ed last Wedousday by Senator Goobel and Mr Beckham Suppose tho Honest Election League spend tonw more of its funds trying to keep Whallen out of the peniteutoary then what I Senator Hays of Louisville is r the only weakkneed Democrat at Frankfort voting with Republi cans He is an old man and knows he has made his everlasting run The Republican State Treasurer Walter Day is ineligible Ho is P only twentyeight and the law re quires the Treasurer to be thirty The information is obtained from his marriage license Hon W J Bryan will be in Frakfort the 16th iust to witness the election of Hon J 0 S Blackburn to tho United States ISennte He will deliver an ad AssemblyFI contests r P Wat Hardin in closing his speech in defense of John H Whallen I now demand his right as an American citizen to have a trial I am glad you demand it said Magistrate Thompson and I will pass him up1 under the same bond of 10 OOd tb the circuit court Every Democratic member of the Kentucky House of Represent jatiye3 was in his sent and every 7pne participated in the caucus voting for Mr Blackburn Four alleged Democratic Senators re mairied out but when Whallens imovfl came to light they decided to vote for the caucus nominees in 4tHe organization i Last Wednesday the Louisville Commercial poured some hot shot Jrintq the Brown Democrats to theS rgfea6 dissatisfaction ofa lot of Itepublicansssojourningat the I Capital Threfore resolutions otwSi signed headed by acting Governor Taylor denouncing the plpaper Strange to say the Corn tnercial appeared as usual the j2xtmorning ofIftdlthe single gold standard has offered an amefldmetit to the gold 1Jistandard bill now before the jUnited State Seita4e JIiI7 d sjlilleed 8trisl o secure inter f offt tw 1 t 4 1 0 c fi C I n Since the price ofpapnr has ad Tiinced to an uncomI9rtabede- gree we are inclined to believe that many newspaper men are realizing that the commercial world needs no trusts and further that newspaper men nor the millions of readers of papers and books are not specially blessed by the high protective tariff of 000 per ton on white papernor are they bene fitted by a tariff on wood pulp There is no doubt in the mind of any rational man who has watched the formation of trusts their operation and their effect ron busi ness as to what the ultimate con sequences will be nor can we believe that any good business man will deny that under a high pro tective tariff trusts can be more readily formed and more success fully operated Today the newspaper men are contending with a newspaper trust that controls the entire salo of paper and this pa per trust has formed and is oper ating under the protection of 600 per ton on white paper which is no less than a tax on intelligence a system of extracting from the many to protect and enrich the few In the year 1899 paper was forced up in price 60 per cent which to the newspaper man is a tremendous burden and which will if continued force the suspention of many publications or reduce them to the verge of insolvency paralyzing their influence and power There is no just reason why a tax should exist on paper for the publications of today are potent factors in the general dis tribution of knowledge in dis im nating current history and giving the poorest of the land an oppor tunity to become familiar with the entire world The price is still advancing andno one except those who control it know when it will stop nor how high it will go but it is evident to the country publisher that should it go much higher he must advance the price of his paper or quit the business An advance in the price of his pa per means a decline in its circulation and its advertising hence to our mind we see more good solid relief by the abolishing of the tax on paper and pulp than any other moans within the power of Con gress or within the reach of pub lishers To our mind this is strict ly a business matter that should be wrested from the clutches of political prejudice of publishers and regardless of party affiliation demand that paper and pulp be placed on the free list If the en tire press would demand the above from Congress purely as a busi ness matter we feel confident that the pressure would bring that which we desire and need The destruction the paper trust and Federal tax on paper means the saving to publishers of 15000 000 annually the continuance of this burden means that the peo pie or the publishers must pay that amount for the privilege of reading The trusts the publica tionsor the people must be busted which will it beTe hope that the many publishers in this State will unite in demanding from our Representatives in Congress that they use all legitimate means to abolish the Federal tax on pulp and paper or that we call on our Representatives at Frank fort to petition by resolution in behalf of the publishers and readers of papers oui Federal Representatives to uproot the proto tion under which the paper trust is operating extracting a part of our profits and living Here are the points in Governor Taylors message to the Legisla lavqiegsupplement school funds by local taxation a dormitory for young women students at the State Col lege a prison for female convicts a nonpartisan Prison Board laws against mob violence and cigarettes steps toward a constitutional regnlate dial legislation on local option question and the setting aside of a fund out of future revenues orInew capitol There may be a minority report from the Roberta committee not conearning the polygamy 9fRobc havingbeeniiember of Congttwr with prop InIKOI p f hjtrriRob t i IL 1i1- S s t ti i1 It 5S votas to whether he should beJ expelled from the House same opinion is held by many Re publicans John H Whallen is certainly in close place ThePranklin county grand jury last Thursday safety box No 550 and openedI to contain 4500 in National Bank notes and nothi I else precisely as related by Sen tor Harrel the gentleman who ac cepted the bribe in order to trnj I Whallen An indictment for bribery a will follow Charges will all so be brought before the General Assembly against Whallen and Charles Ryan who was the gobe tween and they will also be tried before that body In the Kentucky Legislature the Democrats were lucky Thy drew ten of the eleven members of the joint committee to try the contest of Senator Goebel against I Governor Taylor and nine of the members to try the contest of tho Hon J C W Beckham against Lieut Gov John Marshall These O important committees are as folD lows FOR GOVERNOR SenatorsSNewton Frazer Dom Shelby countyER C Crenshaw DemPop Christian county- J Ernbry Allen Dem Fayette county Representatives- G W Hickman Dem McLean county G T Berry Dem Union coun ty G T Finn Dem Simpson county Abram Benick Born Clark countyrM H Sledge Dem Warren countyeH B Lyon Dem Lyon corns ty E E Barton Dem Pendleton countySM Roy Yarberry Rep Adair county In the contest for Lieutenant Governor there are nine Demo crats and two Republicans The DemocratS iajubJlaut over the drawing as they caii now make a thorough investigation and report iwithoufc hindrance Had the Republicans the majori ty they could cause much delay Volcanic Eruptions Are grand but skin eruptions rob life of Joy Bucklen Arnica Salve cures them also Old running and Fe ver Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns ScaldsC Capped Hands Chilblains cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure guaranteed Sold by T E Paull JAMESTOWN The following letter was received too sate for last week Dr S G Cain and wife of Penel tonville Texas are visiting the famiCly of Judge Simpson F B Falkeuburg returned last weekSfrom Missouri having accepted sition as clerk on the str Burnside Mr A H Holt having completed his storehouse will remove his stuck of goods this week Prof S M Smith Principal of the Georgetown College was here several days of last week in the interest of his school and also to participate in the Christmas festivities- L F Scholl formci clerk for J B Patterson has accepted a position as- first clerk on the Str Burksville On Tuesday the hospitable doors ofbJudge A P Simpson were open the occasion being the of his family Among the invitedi guests were S A Simpson and wife Dr S G Cain and wife iW A Eaath am and family i G F Jones and family and Miss Mollie Morgan A splen did dinner consisting of roast turkey salids etc On Wednesday Miss Effie Falkcn burg entertained her lady friends in her usual inimitable manner In speaking ot her elegant dinner all that is necessary to state Isshe was bred In old Kentucky The young people are indebted to Miss Olga Gaan for the sumptuous and toothsome dinner which she gave Qtownyoaappreciation for the social tkatfollowi GdS Sunday Miss Tert bIt invitedTthe youogadles and gentkmen city to her home to partake of a8filea dinDerwhloh was eojove to the utiesoot by all TQeAOhlOHIMy tl Take LaxaUje roaioQuiziieTali- a Oft All MiMleCUMi IONOy It 14- fl to cw L sittirtia K JiJ 0 i 1 i JIhrriie r c 7oI 7 I NkrStore c E44ji J Russell Zprjngs Theundersigned have just opened up DryGao Store at the above named place We Jianillo Dry Gods Notions Booots andShoes Clothing Grocer ieHardware Saddlery and Harness1 We make pecialtyof Clothing Weinvite your trade rJD MHVGHKN BRO QUARTERLY REPOR- TOF THE BANK OF COLUMBIA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ONTJIE 30th DAY OF DEC 1899 RESOURCES Loans a 1 discounts lees leans to directors fT1620 46 Loans to Directors officers not Included 3000 Loans to Officers 50 00 Overdrafts secured 786 14- verdoalts unsecured 427- ue jI2 trcmNAIonal Banks 4 3152 20 ue trout State Banks and Dankers 3281106 25963 S6 Bankicchcnseacdlot 200000 Mortgages 18481 7- 1therstoIts and bonds 35512 SC pecie 1C7462 Currency 4420 00 11804 E2 urniture and fixtures 1000 0- 0zpensesIast quarter 1092 So 1i8275 99 LIAIJtLlTIES Capital stack paid in in cash 3000003 Surplus tundf 0000 00 Deposits subject to check on which Interest Is not paid 140624 E8 Due NatlonaUJanks MI S3 Fund to pay expense last quartAr 1092 90 17828 i 1Co2yJo Coffer Cashier of tho JUnk of Colum bia a bank located and doing business in the town cf Columbia in said county being duly worn say thllt the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of said bank at the close of business on the 30th cf Dec 1893 to the best of his knowl dge and belIef and further says thattheTjusi ness cfsaid bank has been transacted at tho io cation named und not elsewhere and that tie above report is made in compliance with en official cotton rtcelved fr m the Secretary of Stntc deslsnating the 30h day cf De 1S99 as the dar on which such report shall be made Jo CoFFEY Cashier JAMES ajutKsrrDirector W W JOKES Director R F PAULL DIrec T Subscribed anJ r ss to teftre mo by Jo pofey jJiCotH day ofJan 190J- WM A COFFEY N P A C Commission expires Jnuary IS 1000 LIVE STOCK MARKETt Reported by the Louisville Live- Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 9O515 Light shipping 4 404 75 Best butchers 4 001 GO Fair to good butchers 3 254 GO Common to medium btchr 2 7523 25 noas hoice packing and butch ers 225 to 300 lbs 450 Fair to good packing 180 to 2003 4 50 Good to extra light 160 toj180 lbs vv 4 35 SHEEP AND LAICBS r Good to extra shipping Sheep 300325 to good 2 503 00 ommon to medium 2 0022 CO TATE OF OHIO Crrv OF T Limo sSLUCASFKANK J CHEXEK makes oath that he issenior partner of the firm ofF J CHENEY Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DQIA LARS for each and every case of CA TAiuin that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATAIIKH CUKE FitANK J CHENEY Sworn to before1 me and subscribed my presence this 6th day of Decem er AD 1886 oo A W GLEASQN SEAL f Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken interii ally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY fs CO ToledofO Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the bosh BisniHrckfl Iron Nerve Was the result of Iis splendid hqilth enIt nditl1New Life pills They develop Tery ower of brain and bodyl Oaly is at B Paulls ding store 0 T A Keen Clear tit 1 Your tact feelings yotir1aoolijpoaj oa or bualness s4ECess depeeQ leejely toe perMcl a l tyciwrstoaoii r edjler Dr Is11jlls ier4I itirt L 1HLLTNN13Rj Columbia Ky AM PREPAREDTO DO ROOF- ing I Guttering Spouting oc any kind of work done by a firstclass tinner Ialso uootho galvanized gutting with patentwire hang ers Satisfaction guaranteed I Sell the best Churn on the Market lNext door to WL Walkers Headache and dizziness are quick y cured by Morleys Little LiverPills for Bilious People They arousethe Torpid Liver work off the BILK and euro Constipation One a dose Sold by W M Bell Joppa Ky To pure La Grippe Iu Two Dajs TakaLaxittive Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggist refund the money if it falls to cure E W Groves signature onevcry box 25 cents MAIL BAG USED AS HEARSE Ashes of a 3Illwnakoe Woman Are Sent Rome from Germany Ity War of the Malls Sof ar as known for the first timo the United States mails hove been used as a hearse There was received at the post Milwaukee theofnerdayabos which came from Heidelberg Germany and which contained the ashes of Mrs Maria Melons wife of the former Mil waukee brewer Charles TJIetei This box wsutjs incites long Sn3 seven inches wideand deep was of wpodand metal linedIt was addressed to Fred Strassau superintendent of the William Becker Leather company who was a soninlaw of Mrs Melons This strange funeral procession only cost 86 cents for carriage There was 6tf cents tfSfth of postage stamps pasted on the boX and Sft more was overweightThehuman ashes andof no nIne Alter thecustoms officialahad ascer tained that tie box Contained nothing dutiable It was turned over to Undertaker Schweitzer unit will be placed without xercmony in ih Melma family vault the funeral haTtog occurred hr Germany tIJeoldestresidents waukee in 1838 and resided here until a year ago She went to Weistiaden Germany on account of failing health daughterBerth1remains be placed beside those of her husband in the Milwaukee cemet ry and after they were cremated at Heidelberg the ashes were forwarded in this strange fashion A CHEAP COAL FOR WEST NewCoDTertlll6f Proceh AVlilcb W11J MakAaI1nbIetize Vast LIgnIt9 Ffdds fpt North Dakota A newconverting process promises to revolutionize the fuel situation in the west by making the yast fields of North coJtnins ments in proportion to the carbon Thre Germane who discovered the processJ MoeiVch Herman Wolff and AleX Meulcc are noW buying coal lands endlocations forthre large converting JI to coet8D000 each The proc ss includes a crnshing of the lignite the rem val ot nearly airtbe elements bufcearbOn andthq compression of the sid einlo cakes A recent test gavo better results than the best eastern blturainonscdialy and the Northern Pa dfle has ilien a contingent contract for 01000 JonS of the product The cst j inucb betwliatit costs to lay dovn easternVfeaiBaiDulnth 4 Deatjboi6 eeqJ i5oinT 1ri1Jl i harcfleeajQiouaandB of persons die circumstances arid neteryet iaveI Beenone dsplay tje slightcBtiepj1 ofj5eith This re Hiarkable statement was made byaipny ieian who his practiced many years IK PhilatlelpHia and who has Bees a at d al of hospital service Jli is a popular fallacy he vent on ulo maBineihat aaeRthbed scene Is- ever tcvrtbheoerthati as a parting betw ea4laT acuiee Ta6 fear of the unknown is nevecresentat the haL 9etegmi ci r yeSEJajfe k HkiiMlid WkIhertpetag otlace cdthaVi w s 6 tif 4ae grooms MaTh 1InceIayalajriha marriad atrnthegsi v1 x prAtehesfeefrep taster X taecyts Uiif pecitUartn leill in ilJ1IeJliti brMi hiia1AJeJl hii iivIaccometo feaflas that Wasear aIltknd In the 1 kIJrl flUez tP LO4 Ipa lJqOiirri nil life = if it be requd ffierit- ad a usoitiest llro1ktIkrhatfhle- trchieed Tile W6lberdife4e i rht 0 tIM IIfe dijrandftlift two Were bqrleoi I zde iaI Jbe brb =faith IJj r a t 44 i g t7 sigh SCn6 7 COllUMBLH IY 47- T A BAKER Principalt sALLIE BAKER e Assistantf SALLIE MONTGOMERY Music t t4 + dl REMEMBER That the second term begins January 11900ygu will find it greatly to your advantage to enter at that time for tlieire maining five months in order to secure the full benefit of the term Q 2 REMEMBER That Teachers are prepared for State and county examinations i Q QQ REMEMBERThat boys and girls are prepared for college 0REMEMBER That in this school you can secure a practical ed L ucatien 0REMEMBER That rates for tuition are very reasonable 0RHTESS PRIMARY DEPARTMENT 150 per month INTERMEDIATE 200 per month v ADVANCED 250 per month NORMAL 300 per month luau SCHOOL AND COLLEGIATE 850 per me Music very reaaonaDlo FriayForT A BAKER Principal Icc4x444i c4 DONTFORQBTI X That canfurnish you as a Saddle as was fgoodput on a horses x hack for as little money as any man this side of 1 uirfilc IJrecp a full 1 llneofSHaffiess Bridles Collars I Blankets Whips and everything usually 6i in a firstclass Ifound of Farm Imple Store f w I fiaye a few Buggies and Buek boa ds 4 for sale I can sell you a farm wagon that will suit in every particular at bedrock prices Field Seeda specialty Gallon mewhenintown i M F JEFFRIES I 4AcV- arlflll6rs Gliodp Gash 41 STORE J Is the place to go to get Goods cheap I have some of the best clothing for the money of any store in Colum bia and I have a line of shoes that I propose to s lcheaperthan they have ever beeP sold for before in this littlecity My Grocery stock and other lines are r complete and too numerous to mention in this space I want to turn v mystock over several times this season andjtfnor do this I will sell for a close margin Iam nqtf talking nonsense but these are facts I appreciate rwhat the people have done for me since I came c f tp Columbia andJ will prove it to yv v youdntho future if you igirmeyour trade to double f r rAV my bus h6i this year and t vs dr i fI to do ehis I will sell atm very close l argin for cash Give me a call R- esptJRWAfflNNER N6iri f it Ih time to SUbshI5W foi the J Adan Yty gLfhe m st s idel- yod 1ir5jiatiQf the Stat r t i J i 5 It I PERSONAL MENTION i Mr A D Patteson Is In Frankfort this week- Mr H0 Smith Greensburg win S Columbia Sunday Judge James Garnett attended the Taylor circuit court last week Mr T R Stults County Court Clerk was in Frankfort last week Mr Jo Wooldridge Jamestown where as last Sunday Mr John Q Alexander CvUll waS In Columbia yesterday Mr Tim Collins has been quite sick for several days Mrs Lou B Taylor who was quite sick last week is much better Misses Jennie Garnett and Lillian Holladay have returned to Georgetown- Mr Herbert McLean was in H tonville and Danville a few days last weektMr Cochran the wellknown mar bel cutter of Lebanon is in Adair this weeksMr J W Coffey and family Camp bellsville were visiting in Columbia last Saturday and Sunday Miss Corinne Jones of Jamestown arrived in Columbia Friday and Mon day morning entered the M F High SchoolMiss Ethel Patterson Jamestown after a pleasant visit to relatives and friends in Columbia and vicinity returned home last Sunday Mr J P Vanhoy who is attending school at Wilmore Ky was at home to spend the holidays with his parents and friends Mr Vanhoy fs delighted with the school and left for Wilmore last Thursday Parksas weused to call him is a gentleman In every sense of the word and his natural endow ments coupled with his determination will some day fit him for doing great + good which is the object of his life LOCAL JOTTINGS Pvcompleted their Dont fail to see our 29 cent corsets RUSSELL MURHELL Communion service at the Presby terian church Sunday morning W O Pile bought from J D LoweI a fine berkshire boar pig for which he paid 3500 I am this week preparing my annu al clearance sale Look out for bar gains 2w W L WALKER Eld G W Dnnford Hodgensville will preach at the Christian church IniColumbia on Wednesday night 101900 See our 29c corset good as any 5Oc corset all sizes from 18 to 30 colurs white and drabRUSSELL MURBKLX Circuit court next Monday ThQ docket is light and the business of the term will probably be finished in eight days We kindly ask you to come In and settle that note or account you owe us we need the money RUSSELL MUIIRELX Mr J R White of CampKnoxaI staunch friend of the News called Thursday and left the pay for his pa- T per All my notes and accounts are now due If you do not like to receive a statement by mail please call and setItic as I must collect all debts at once 4w W L WALKER Master John A Harris did some ex jjcellentworkin our tabulating depart ment last week He was not particu larly stuck onthejob It having a ten 0 dency to weaken his back Mr John Rowe who lived near Fair 2loclock He was afflicted with typhoid fever and was sick but a few days He leaves a wife and several children Mr L V Hall the tinner who recently f located in Columbia advertises his business In todays News He is a snlendld mechanic and should receive the patronage of the people of Adair county The store recenaly opened In the east corner of the square by Sinclair r Bell was closed by order of attach ments last Monday YrDe11had withI drawn from the firm before the crash cameWe have secured the agency for the famous Queen Quality fine shoes fo ladies will have a largo stock In thi 1 weekthey are regarded the finest shoes in the world for the price Aay style 300 per pair Rueeell Murrell I The dwelling house owned and reeid 1 ed in by Mr Wm Dulworth Coburg was consumed by flrelastFrjcfay night We failed to learn the origin of fire and thoamountoMlieloeesaetalH Ied by Mr Dulworth Any thing you may need in ay Ifae come and sea my goods aad get a Y r prices I am alwayslat bottom QJiev bargaiMJ ff JT eau BOtllitloDg 2W a + W Lr WALa W- i I R f S Born to the wife of Alvin A Strange January 6 a stillborn male child All persons having an account with me can setto with me easier than with the Sherifl John Eubank 2t Next Monday wlllbe the first day of the Adair circuit court A large crowd will be In town aod It is expected that business will be lively Mr J L McLean Las been awarded a contract for the erection of an add tlon to the residence of Mr Gerge W Robertson on Cvllle avenue near thebridge For sale my farm situated on the Somerset road four miles from Colum bia consisting of 80 acres 20 acres In timber CO In cultivation Good barn orchard choice garden good water HolladayusDr Henry Barfield of color who shot and killed Robert Buckner at Campbellsville a few weeks ago was tried last week and given six years in the penitentiary Mr Ed Hughes purchased of Mrs W L Walker last week the residence on Burksville street opposite the Methodist church We understand the consideration was 81100 Mr Hughes mother will remove to Columbia Having sold my farm I now desire to sell Adair Boy my stallion and Jim Gore my jack also five brood mares four of which are with foal and five young horses and mules threei milch cows 30 head of sheep and 17 hogs C M Breeding Mr J 0 Durham a stock dealer and wellknown to many of the citi zens of Adair county died at his home near Campbellsville one day last week He was an excellent gentleman and will be greatly missed from the busy walks of life AttentionJMy accounts are due and I want a settlement by cash If you have not the money 1 want a note as I want toj square my books and must do it Mrs Sallie BradshawI Mr Winston AStrange who died atj Glenville last Saturday night carried 5000 life policy in the Connecticut Mutual which will be paid by J E Murrell as soon as proof ol death reaches the company MrB G Holt formerly a citizen of Russell county but now located at Nicholasville called upon the News Thursday Mr Holt was returnj ng home having spent a few days with his mother who resides near Es to He takes the News in order to keep up with Russell county events Gov J R Hindmau Informs us that he received a letter from Dr Shepherd a few days ago In regard to the proposed electric railway line betweenI Columbia and Shepherd is very much in earnest about the project and will be in our midst soon to again lay the matter before our people Judge R S Montague who was one of the best citizens of Taylor coun ty and a lawyer of wide reputation died at his home In Campbellsville Monday Jan 2 1900 He was about years old and was one of the lead ing spirits in the Baptist church He was a fatherinlaw of Mr HE Ba ker who was born and reared in Columbia We have noticed very few men In Columbia under the Influenceof liquor since the new year set in It is to be hoped that all who have started right will remember the fate of Lots wife and keep right on in the path which leads to prosperity A sober indus trious man can always find employ ment Do you ever see a drunkard holding a responsible position We would take great pleasure in publishing a letter each week from Glenville Cane Valley and Montpelier and from any other points that are not represented It does look like some one should send in the local happenings of their respective towns We furnish stamps and stationary The firm of Page Powell dissolved the first day of January by mutual con sent Dr Page will continue the drug business at the same stand All parties indebted to theoldfirm are re quested to call and settle Also all persons indebted to J N Page are po lately requested to fork over what they owe him 3t therthse people quite a number of whom were preseat baringthe evening some ex rollout music was reader d on the guitar and violin and several gameS were indulged ki that were veryimus JngThe ccUtOlf watery en Joya NeOBeto altJrj theBiohRed Bleed Morleys Sanapariibi and Iron no only purileiB yourbtood but makes sew rktoj rei bteoiluifjiju have skin erap ttodg lioiii abioonoir rbeumatkai or raI- LlAft tee Tf tlil IY rote tbepcemPdnwlGi 100pr- tle otlreeai hy f X D Jff Jp xr j t it 1 l ot r Ifyotrafd tnclebted to ielfeiis et flee and will be in CoJarablanext Moe dny drop up and settle A statement showing the healthy rendition of the Bank of Columbia is published In todays News There to nota more prosperous banking insti tution in the State everything eon sidered nor one under better manage ment Last Monday County Judge lW Butler appointed the following gen tlemen as a municlplal board for this town of Columbia for the ensula year A G Todd John NV Conoyer Scott Montgomery SD BarbeeandM Cra = evens The board qualified and elect ed M Cravens clerk From this date until closed out we will offer reduced prices on all winter goodsWe have good lines of bed blankets comforts ladles cloaks men and childrens heavy boots and shoes overcoats heavy under wear c If you need such goods to finish up the winter itwill pay you tome our stock RUSSELL MURBKLL We have in this office a bookcase just made bv Mr Jo F Patteson who is a skilled mechanic It is hardwood with glass doors an elegant piece of furniture We commend Mr Patte son to those who are in need of good work true work and square work Just such work as will entitle a man to wagesEid Lawrence Williams whc recently tendered hlsresignation pastor of the Christian church Glasgow will likely be called to preach here He is an able young man and enjoys the confidence of the people of Adair county where he was born and reared a very high compliment Those who know him best know his worth The week of prayer closed last Sun daynight with a sermon at the Methodist church by Rev J L Kilgore During the week the meetings alternated from church to church laymen conducting the services The meetI- ngs were well attended and many interesting topics discussed The next union prayer meeting will begin the first week in the twentieth century Mr S M Wolford purchased of Mr J H Judd last week the residence on Water street now occupied by Mr W B Cave for 35 Mr Wolford will occupy rooms in Mr W H Wilsons dwelling until he can get possession of his property Mr J W Jackman hasI removed to the residence on Greens burg street vacated by Mr Wolford and Mr Geo Coffey is settled In the dwelling he purchased of Mr Jack manDr L C Nell of Grady ville was in Columbia last Wednesday and In conversation with a News man saIdI There is absolutely no danger whatever in our section from smallpox The disease has entirely disappeared from our section The closest case be- Ing at least 15 miles west of s Besides the nearest case to Gradyville was not in 4 miles of the town I trust that the people of the country will have no fears of contracting the small pox in our section Mr Thos Cravens a former citizen of Columbia and wellknown through out Adair county Is now a worker in His Masters vineyard Some weeks ago he publicly confessed his Savior joined the Methodist church and is walking in the straight and narrow path which leads to eternal life We are glad to make this announcement as it is an evidence that intelligence seesand knows by research that there is something better for the faithful after leaving this low land of sorrow Mr G P Dillon has been employed to teach the school at Gradyville this winter and we are informed thatha began last week with more than fifty pupils In attendance regardless of the very disagreeable weather Mr Dil Ion is wellknown as an instructor by the Gradyville people as he has spent much timeJn the schoolroom in that flourishing city His reputation as a teacher is strictly firstclass and his many manly traits and social qualities make him many warm friends All the grown persons who assisted Mrs Hurt and Mrs Roeenfield in their entertainment were given a Teceptloa at the latters home last Thursday evening It was a delightful affair a magnificent supper being spread This office was kindly remembered a well filled basket of choice refreshments being sent In It was certainly- dated appre and enjoyed and the ladies will please accept our thanks la a ort ftbe ception at the bom of Mrs Hurt An editor prints his paper to give nUr patron the sews of thfAiy aikl far thjBip ey there Is IQ It Heiipft seined to know ot wbsthewrit an4 be generally does When he irrtUaaa O eiila Courierthtllkpa otr ward that Cfcamberklni Cg Remedy acts ltrand we fend Ibetter IB Mir 1IDlIl lioN JJiaM4lt 14 Jf1aa- l aR 1MiMMIIt r f ir i tJIItJl erpeeeeienv Dr John Wise optician late of San Franqigoo California now OampbeUiville EyJ will be at the Hauoook Hotel Columbia Ky needingslaeee4 yiN ihould giro him a call He asea the flew methods in science of detecting errors of refraction and correction otsame in fitting glasses without the use of ainy driatio or putting any kind of medicine in the eyes Headache or neuralgia caused by eye strain immediately relieved Thosewish ing to favor him with their pat ronage should call early as in many cases he has to make a pre scription and have the lenseses p oially ground He is endorsed by the medical profession and can giV good references with long ex perience in p18ct cePrices reasonable Deatkof An Old Citizen Last Saturday night Mr Wlnstop A Strange an old and highly respected citizen of Adair County died at his late residence in Glenville He was about 75 years old and ranked as one of the best men in this section of the State For many years he was an ac tive business man and in all his dealings honesty was his guide At one time he was in good circumstances and was remarkably kind to his neighbors who were less fortunate He has gone but it Wilt he years before the Glenville people will forget his many kind deeds The deceased leaves a wife several children and a large num ber of relatives He was an uncle of Mr J K A Strange this city One son aQd a number of grandchildrenre side in Texas The funeral took place Sunday afternoon the Masonic Fra ternity conducting the services The News extends sympathy to the sorrow Ingrelatives We neglected to publish our paid list last week and the following cash subscribers have come in during the laSt two weeks Wm Butler J D Todd Jo Franklin G P Dillon J P Van hey S C Hood J T Patterson R G Hall J R White G E Walker J C Montgomery A K Stone C H Yates H A Murrell A Bradshaw Thos Antle J W KInnard B LIConover Ben F Thomas Jessee Breeding J L Blair C W Bryant E W Barnett Geo C Montgomery Eugene Wethington Fannie Willis John J Banks J A Turner L G Montgom ery L K Lowborn Jas Nelson Jr R T McCaffree W H Gill FW Rice C M Hindman Jas Smith H J Henson J H Halladay G W Rob ertson Z M Staples S A Strange j J A Strange J R Holladay Simeon Murrell W A Garnett T A Murrell Jo Hill John Young 1N Page G W Coffey Thos Dowell J A Diddle W O Pile G M Stevenson Dave Miller Jo F Patteson Mr Frank Cochran of the firm of Cochran Daisy Lebanon told us yesterday that he had a friend in bis city who came to his office each week to read The News stating that he wanted to see who had gone to heaven from Adair county since the former issue Well we wish to inform the said friend of Cochrans that Adair county is one of the best places of earth to live that no one in all this country intends to go to hades and when we write an obituary the evidence in the death warrant us in stating that the deceased had gone to a land of rest We invite the friend to come to Adair to live and join the great host who are going to a home above We have no apologies to offer for the upright and noble lives of our people The Columbia M k F High School is enjoying greaterprosperity than it has had for many years Prof Tyler Baker is the right man in the right place sad it Is fortunate that this old iMtltotkHi to under his management He has the art of winning the respec of his pupils and of keeping themim dv control and of developing their latest and better qualities at the BBBM UBM He requests us to say that UtVBBmbtr IB attendance was laad vertafitly Bitsstated in a recenti86ueH He boa etklRover seventy and each week there are new eorolliaeBts trL JeiaX Cabrtl pt LeafeTiHe TheIdeeeaini was a atet r of KK JNaaate BBMMI fouBMrly at this pl ee ai d pLewaa IIia twietJve of lire i ellatiaewM u worker it eretliar k r 1B rllC i Y h i 1900 January 1900 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI cATt 14 21 28 I 8 15 22 29 s9 r6 23 301 I I I New Moon iaom First Quarter 8th MASONIC ELECTIONS The following lodges sent in reports since our last issue- Neatsville Lodge No log J M Campbell W M W P Dunbar S W 0 W Campbell J W L C Harmon Secretary B FTnpman Treasurer J Yo Perryman S D J R Jones J D TV H Sinclair S T Gradyylile Lodger PC McCaffree W M W M Wilmore S W G P Dlllon JW P Nelson Secretary H C Walker Treasurer Tom Flowers S D Wm Sharp J D G W Dudley S T Tamplco Lodge John J Biggs W M John W Faulkner S W J W Russell J W B F Chewning Secretary B Massie Treasurer T R Smith S D R P Bridgewater J D Tailor Sullivan S T Geo Tol Smith of this county was a witness in the Federal Court at Frankfort last week After he had been discharged and receiyed his pay he purchased a couple of quarts of mean liquor returned to the basement of the customhouse and was peddling it cut at 5 and 10 cents a swallow according to the size of the swallow He was caught brought before court indicted tried and given three months and 100 Within forty minutes from the time of his arrest he was convicted the quickest proceed ings now on the recordINashville has a trade this seaSon We take the follow- Ing from the Dally JJanner published in that cItyIIHadanyone doubted the importance of Nasville as a shoe distributing point they need only have been on the Public Square this morn ing and seen the piles and piles of casesof shoes being carted to the rail way stations for shipment throughout the Southern territory The pavement in front of every shoe house was lined with great piles of cases Manier Dunbar Co sent out today 6153 caSesto the trade in Alabama Missis sippi Kentucky Georgia and TexasI Who Preaches Next Sunday nevW Barnetttvill preach at Zion in the morning Cane Valley in the evening Rev J L Kilgore will preach at Carmel f Rev Hnlse will preach at Grady ville M1LLTOWN We have had some very cold weather for the last week Misses Hcttie Tutt and Hettie Squires areattending the Lillian Female Academy at Cannier Messrs Albert Mercer James Rod gers and Chapman Dohpney will attend school atGreensburg Messrs Robt Hatcher and family Bowles Finn and family and Coleman Finn and family have vacated our town and moved to the Vance farm near Columbia Mr E B Cheatham and wife are visiting the family of J RTutt Mrs J R Tutt has been on the sick list for the last few days Clem Board left for Boston Monday Miss Etna McCaffree Is visiting rela tives in this community placetCabells in Green county Thursday night They report ah enjoyable time Mr Willie HoviousYKnlfley returned 3oclock3r ingr r8JaUye8rat Kniaey Paid ear Fer HtoX c ifJ BiaiIoo Thackervie Tex aetilflag nao edW eatltj bgt Let ourboilof13udtien W Qa I Jf hf Jy ki s J l 3 LO 17 24 31 4Ig 25 FuI1a atttiePresbyterian toN1tivesJnthis POIlards penttbe GRADYV1LLE Mr Strong Hill and family returned from Jamestown last week where they spent the holidays Dr S A Taylor spent several days a of last week by the bedside of his sick brother at Knob Lick The recent cold spell brought us plenty of ice last week and we got four houses filled in our town Sam Lewis Glasgowspentone night with us last week looking after pro duce Mrs W A Wilmore and son were visiting relatives at Montpelier last week Prof G P Dillon opened school last week with a large attendance and prospects are flattering for a good school Miss Lena Grissom has charge of the music department and will open with a good class Dr W L Turk and wife Alabama are visiting their sister Mrs H C Walker this city Messrs F P Dohoney and wife S D Caldwell and wife and W A Hind man and wife of Milltown were calling on their relatives In our town lasts weekHindman Bros are buying up a nice bunch of young cattle and are paying 1a fancy price Mr J A Coffey and family bid us a long farewell last week antI started for Texas and Iowa for a visit of a year or more Our old friend D Schooling of New Market has been with us for a week or more writing insurance He is the right man in the right place Mr Jo Hunter one of our best cit Izens has been confined to his room for several weeks with a severe cold Mr L S Smith of Louisville was with us one day last week lookingafter cattle Mr Henry Henson Green River was In our community last week buying hogs at a good price Mr L A Diddle bought of Zates Robertson a few days ago one of the best farms in this part of the country It is known as the L B Robertson farm and the price paid was 3000 iH A Walker Co who shipped a car load of stock from Smiths Grove to the Southern market writes thatlprospects are good for a lively this winter I Smith Nell informed us thatduring the past year their firm bought and sold 410 head of cattle 1750 head of goaticipal amount of this stock was bought i and sold in this county IMIs1 Lee Bakerwill be united in mar next Wednesday to Mr Clem 1 Keltner Rev T L Hulse will olD elate Miss Baker Is a very popular bejMr Keitner is equally as popular In the Cool Spring community Their I many friendswish them much success tMessrs W L Grady and Logan Shirrell one day inChristraas killed 26 rabbits and they say there plenty left J A Diddle bought a few weeks ago two as good yearling mules as there was In the county One from C M Hindman the other from P Kinnaird paying each 875 I Mr Sale Coffey who is attending hollIwith hisstudies Some of the young men in an adjacent community surely got on the out judgIngI cerIgrand jury i infant child of Mr and Mrs Jo IAn has b dangerously ill for a or so Mr Jo Shirrell is Iria very low state of health at this time iDornto the wife of Jacob Nelson on a son another Republican in the Keltner precincts Christmas day Mrs EHa Robertson was tb recipient of some handsome beingMieseaGkralifilore MollteTwets Mollie aBdBowiHHBUf MrsEobertson ree thoseI1 sotherSunday swiMM clam for their1 Itftlaff re MMubnuMM of her as their cRawh Hr l atJtowt- iMttalifnadlild Ntwdi 7 Q 5 12 I9sb I 6 13 20 27 4 Just Saved His Life It was a thrilling escape that Chas Davis of Bowerston 0 lately hat from a frightful death For two yearr severe lung trouble constantly grew worse until it seemed he must die 01 Consumption Then he began to uet Dr Kings New Discovery and late wrote It gave instant relief and effected permanent cure Such wonderful cures have for 25 years proven its power to cure all Throat Chess and Lung troubles Price 50c and 100 Every bottle guaranteed Trial bottles free at T E Paulls drug store ABSMER Miss Bettie Humphress who has been visiting her sister at Tarter returned home Monday Mrs Fannie Judd Campbellsvivllc Is visiting relatives here Miss UrJ Robertson Knifley spent last week with her parents here Mr and Mrs Marcus Ellis of St Marys are visiting their old home and friends in Adair Mr Henry Absher and his brother inlaw Mr Jones of Union county a few days last week with his grandmother who is very feeble FONT HILL r Mr T J Wade one of Russell counties brightest teachers who is attend ing the University at Lexington Is suffering with pneumonia and it is feared that he will not recover Trade has been gooJ during the holiday at J H Smiths store The thermometer in this neighbor hood on Jan 1 1900 registered one de gree below zero J H Smith and II McBeath have purchased a now stock of goods and are doing business at the old Irvine stand A R Humble Son are bucking staves in this neighborhood PELLYTON Business has not been quite so brisk for the past two weeks on account of the cold weather Wheat in this section islooking fine and the prospects are flattering for a large crop this year Mr John Campbell was in Columbia ast week There was a little fight in our town one day last week between John Edd Ferrell and Mont Harmon Harmon got cut two or three times but was not seriously hurt There was a social at Mr Calvin Maupins last Wednesday night Several were present and the hours wcrr pleasantly spent Miss Florence Riibarts attended v social at Mr Robt Williams at Dun ville one night last week A little sou of Mack Pelly waS bad ly burned one day last week There was no one In the rlOUl when he caught hon fire but he ran to the kitchen and his mother threw a quilt around him and smothered the fire Mr Otha Polly will enter school a Montpelier soon Mrs Laura Johnston who lived or on Barnetts creek near here died lait Friday morning of typhoid fever She was a middle aged lady and was we liked by all who knew her Messrs J H Sanders and J MtCampbell were in Campbellsville lass Thursday r DUNNVILLE r c kTheample ice harvest there being about f 200 tons housed In this town Socials candy breakings and smn digs L Wm Austin has removed to this place from Mt Salem and will follow blacksmithing Miss Llllle Morgan has returned from a two months visit to George town She expresses herself highly pleased with her visit Dr L F Hammonds reports that in r 0 the family of Jerry Cravens there are Y ffOlrst cover iMrs Martha Rich has removed to her property here W G Smith has removed to his new residenceThe any friends of R S Rector s weregtlJtlrprlcd to eatsn of his marriage to MissBettle Wells of JUItCcMOB City wtkfc occurred JaetThMrs dajr ftwMiftC atc F m aCtd reeldeacet 8floQMdiTM8rkW1i 1 known jCaJerRlld 1bt greeralelF- eslsIt ienUs r Ii 0 Cr r J r EXPORTS OF IRON AND STEEL Vial Amount for the Year to f10O- CuOUJ uu Increase ol fZU OOO COO Over Any Previous Year American Tnnnsfaiti rers will sell to the outside frond over 100000000 worth of iron and steel In the calendar year loC1 I or nonoouo la excess of any earlier year lu their hlbtory There was for the month of October an increase of over 52000000 as compared with the same month of last year and for the ten months an Increase of almost 20 i 000000 The October figures of exports of iron and steel anti manufacture thereof are 9593453 against 7290 185In October of last year for the ten months 80102253 against 67290 CCO last year Both in price and quan tity the figures of the export trade phow an increase and in practically every article and class Bar iron for instance shows an increase of nearly 100 per cent in quantity exported in 1899 as compared with 1S98 bars or rods of steel an increase of 30 percent wire rods of steel 25 per cent steel t sheets and plates over 100 per cent and wire nails nn increase in roun terms of 200 per cent inqnnntlty It is thus apparent that the frequently expressed belief that the increase in prices of iron and steel and manu factures thereof in the United States would cause an immediate and plainly perceptible decrease in our exporta lions was not justified The corre sponding rise in prices in other paris of the world and the continued increnac i in demand for products and manufac tures of this character fully offset tIle increased price and increased demand at home and this combination of an un usual demand from the home and for sign markets upon our manufactures readily accounts for the frequent re ports of shortage in supplies of ma gfacturersccic edwLOVE AND MONEYli llr ciSt1nrtares from n Itlcb Girl Discussing problems of love and mar in sOclt Mrs Russell SMuchlookIontdaughters This is not so As a rule aI father prefers to see lira daughter mar neel to n good honorable nmbiUouIman who has no fortune IInothingyoung men not c false pride to stand in the way of their accepting the love of a rich girl for If a man has ambition the fortune is hsteppingThe income for n hcoupleand wishing to continue in the fashionable set is altogether relative The yearbutexpenditure and wholesome of opera hoses theater tickets car 1 riages etc- Many young men with rich fathers make the mistake of depending upo them fur their future support and fo that reason make no effort to obtain em ployment for ihemselvesp BAPTIZED IB MOLASSES VAT The fiTrnnlpFarmhouseaA funny incident is reported fro Chester township Wabash countyswherein a tramp received tism in a vat of sorghum molasses At the home of J U Horning there is a Bfloor Wadwelling and while prowling aroun the second floor fell into the open lhbasejavat of sorghum molasses into whic the Weary Willy plunged He was seriously hurt though considerabl dazed by the tumble but was covered from head to foot with the material a liberal quantity of whic splashed over the walls His trampshlp spentthecdayglum explained that he was drunk an nTheon his wny- ADMITS BIBLE TO SCHOOL State Superintendent Jnckaon of NebrnsUn Decides n Ilia trlct DUimtc Tbrasltabe read in the public schools The matter was laid before him inn case from Gage county where one family in a district wanted the teacher enjoined from using the book although lJMresThere tht ours opinionthattian brd tile public school teacher ought uot Jo be deprived of reading tlieTililpPrayerLnT Libraries In China w The RTfst libraries of Peking con tiir volVncs of books nunibrcd IJjB1 1 bo lnrdrcdscf thousand In the rrriimR of the government are still found the undent predictions of cqfiprrs + rde with great accuracy to as grttrr i irji vnrs en astronomy which s n fair knowledge of that science A rrw mrr rr ncotery used fnshionsllp Ctrsriirrs is said to Mhe invention cr the cf Mada Lct1t Is of istny coJorsosadarkt iHiu uuu Jt rs 10 a t1wJ nisr SoelallaJGalNerlnsr N extYear Socialists will hold at Paris next iyear the largestcongress i ffccir hs I 1Jj for l 4 An u hair EBI tVhitkrrs lYhy docs a wjtnVhair ldroyI l fore litfi1ktaketsy Ueeeuse ikfsileast frog rrArs r x110 r Jd l ed f FtiY tfoi 1 u A s COSTLY WEIGHT L Used bV a Lawyer In South Caro Historyr It Original Owaer Vase 12 KM1 to It nought Jtfor a GuhUIIck flat Jt Proved tu U Qiralr- IIThe leading member of the bar i Spartanburg S C has receully ttraded a great deaf Qt attention bV using an extraordinary hitchingblock for his handsome trotters and as by degrees the story of the cube of yt 9 lo Swtoft9Psthe interest has increased The history of the horse block that cost 12000 necessarily carries with ft n story of man credited with bcjig the shrewdes bargainer and best finunclpr in that section was vic tiraizcd by an extraordinarily clever bydCravcy is n lawyer who has added thI unique block to the equipment of h fi obtainedneseveral months ago when the estate of John T Cantrell of Spartanburg was settled he being the family lawye- rM Cnntrell had succeeded during h life in keeping the matter a secret The old gentleman dreaded havin it known that any man had gotten ti best of him lIe lived u long life in Spartanburg and by frugality a cute business sense amassed a hand soave fortune One day a man of pleas nut address dropped into town with messages for Cantrell from a kinsm who years before had gone to the Pi cific coast and had made a fortune I ald mining Cantrell had the gal ver he loved the looks of it- anted an to have some around him ben the visitor informed him thi e trod a block lie was willing to se the old man went with him to another ty to have the gold tested weler bored down into the bloc which weighed over 50 pounds an showed Cantrell that the shavings were all gold They returned Spartanburg and Cantrell hoer only 12000 in cash paid that over tool the block of gold giving his I O U for 2000 more which was to be paid within a week The former own cr of the block failing to come for his money suspicion was aroused An anrd found it brass It was coated with gold and had a plug of real metal set in which the first jeweler had bored through This happened four years ago and hais orne till he dieda reminder of his j onlyhuHeavy r SCIENTIST WINS NEW HONORS Seleacsd I or Prof AV R Brook IDr William R Brooks director of hirI my of Sciences the Grand Lalandc rize for his numerous and brilliant astronomical discoveries The prize is a gold medal worth 500 francs Prof Brooks is the king of comet nders His total is 20 and be has ve times been awarded the comet med l of the Astronomical Society of the dlms n own construction even to the grinding and polishing of the lenses He has been awarded over 1000 in prizes and hi received numerous medals Pro rooks was born in 1844 in Ialdston ngland the son of a Baptist mints ills his parents he came to this coo Ndats was years oyah Astronomical Society for the Ad hihn a me of AstronomicFdegree of M A medluhwith hair combed backward dlsclosi a fine forehead and dresses in use appclerical l andda t26 CHANCE FOR wo E May Be Employed in the Comp o tion of the Census of 1900 heir Efficiency am Enamerntorn and- yClerks Proven the Census flu seen at the Time of the TnUInjj of the Last General Census Although the newspapers in refer ring to the enumerators and clerks to bcemployed by the government in gat ing the census in 1900 have lavariabi the masculine gender it is a fact at women are to take their place be wordekWomen werefirst employed in this la bor In 1880 At that time the head of the census bureau was the late Gen wiscensus by illie Devereux Blake In accordance anithd regulations for the taking of the cen of 1880 were so drawn that there was no discrimination on account of sex As a consequence many women were employedthroughput the country enumerators and in every case did good work one woman full western dis trio making a record ia the nUmber sete oecupIron fatorspoethati ts1lo1dIIlploYBienttor n tie first place as the work oylasa few weeks or months aad tw tlr MeBIeyttsilW srt tbeyr i4EsI 1 =q L the opporfnnity fo elrii t OctI1I1 money In se ticr o whioh wKl not take thbe1eoftAtek time Tl service Is abt severe eipec ally Ja t 3ferelheiirtlUHgr a I crowded together cadla person C corkAjrtion as that the ceaius enumerator l trule tees onjy women in the hor whlmust pe visited as the cull 1maE auring the bpvn when men ftI away ta business TORPEDftRACTICE REQUmiT Y j a9 1 11at rltlD 1 1p That sJeiistae rrtiettealas lifIM1 tmctloa In This Direction ffaal authorities hlve decided iLi 1 t praehJiI 1 on ships of war ahdbrderghate been issued rbiCxeqsire this to the I si1at officers may Demme acquaints w-orkTgrpedo Bfng officer of every yessel other thin a taro pedo vessel shall cause each torpedo on the vessel under his coia m o be torun at least once in each quarter and in case of failure to carry out the pro itcisionof this paragraph a quarterly tor pedo practice report made upon the regular torpedo practice form must failurerisTorpedo additional to the forthe instruction of officer ofteneree c r senior officer maynpractlcewlth the vessel dead in the water Js of value only so far as the care and adjustment of the torpedoes and the training of 11tbe inexperienced crews ore concerned ofIuse every hlghestprnctfcaIa mOT bellrunThprei1oughly familiar with the weapon under speedjin torpedo flask FIRST OF THE AUTOTRUCKS Make Its Appearance on the Streets of New York City In Run by Comprciied Air For the first time an autotruck was seen on the streets of New York It was truck No 5 of the New York Auto truck company which was brought down from Providence where the ve ivies of the company are being built The wagon Is 1G feet long and is run by compressed air The motor is of 100 horsepower The body of the wag on Is of heavy board about four Inches thick There are no sideboards The seat for the driver Is built directly over the front wheels The compressed air cylinders are just In front of the gearwheels and attached to the body of the truck nssale of Orchids In England A collection of orchids made by Maj Mason of the Firs Warwick England lately sold for 15550 Several cypri pediums brought from 300 to 400 and one a specimen of cyprlpedlum fatigue gigonteum the best of its class ever seen fetched 735 Nothing approach Ing these prices have ever been known in this country Orchids in England have far a score of years almost equaled the prices of tulips in the tulip mania of Holland flatting Harm Birthplace Septemberfcottage Ayr was 42499 being 4290 prey TEACHING NEWSBOYS TO SAVE Plea of n Topeka Pullaathroplit to Make Them Hank De positor JENissleyofTopekaIanmadeaunique offer to the newsboys at the gavedagmi H4willedtvho cannot save that amount Mr Nissley points out that the boys 50Nabout ten cents a day lie has provided passbooks for the 80 newsboys of Topeka A year ago Mr Nissley organized the newsboys into an organization and gave them a Thanksgiving dinner and new u GENUINE BOOK WORM Discovered Dorlnjj Throazh an Edi tion of Thomas Jeffersons Works la a New York Pool Store In a little old book shop in Ann street citylyof the human species there is on exhi bition a genuine book worm one of the rarest of insects and it is feeding upon the works of Thomas Jefferson According to bibliophiles it Is ten years since a book worm has been seen in this city Librarians and dealers in bQrlnpbutGaped An offer of 100000 tray matte for the last one that was found here but the offer was refused and the wora mysteriously disappeared Jffao J lftts b04tktoresaysyears he hadseen only two genulaft book worms The first was found isi a Nassau street shop tn years ago and the second is now In his ppseeestoa The one he hats BOW started at the back ef an eW volume entitled Mcmoirt Co19cspoAdencr aaS MUcillancjovtv from the Writiiij of Tkprosf Jcffcp 111rout1iMtAAunbent onesixteenth of an ndr in tKMt= f eter IVheii It struck Ilia front coTfr it stroHcd about is tlitfjy jwre l=itt toll a wheeling pdMKgre Upnf tkres taaehra Wy It then utrutk inta tko k ajptiti MI lie reiiini jcsjirrry t the bek sorer TT enlllonH WIns rSathtvAerfsrii weTJ ti i Gr 71 iiIoI p w A j Wifttl1Eqttr1fO1rE HOTELJ I I tJOt1rt BS iIgr BIACKEY ei 4Largest Best o day Hotel Lathe State Iijj1 Q All Modern Ob0L- ARGE WAGON YARDS 400422E Market JI LOUISVILLE KY I a KTTERBON HOTELJKTUSeSTOWN I Y 1 and o better place c be found than at the above named hotel It is new furnished and the ta ble ut nil times sup plied with this beat the market affords Feed Stablein con ilec Lion J PATTERSON iic ik U 0- r j f Zl I t tI r IJv urr lilni1iiCmmmi yr t riiC m IIIJ71II i71II W 7fw JOHNSTONS I w IE STEAM f LAUNDRYi yrC AND BATH ROOTVIS SJ- OHIBO of W U No ttoLEBANON KY Q w I 0II1 I solictur i pntrrILjrSvitmI r et1 eee oiFIUh Jlvenue Hotsl1 PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER N MOST CEXTKAXIT LOCATED AND BEST COX OUCCBO iM JIOTEC IX THE CITY NEAR TIlE TttKATUES ClIUUCnES AD WHOLE ALE ROUSES OF THE CITY e EOUIGTILJE ItElIUCJ Y oooo oeoeye soe eetoeeeoeeo e K9 u unrsn Jr t L K7il717K7t 1Cnfi 17i1hI 7I7171iK7i71K7KIr 51Ew s cunvpooij ti T LAIIIrlOiil RLAIIl PEI1IItS 1m r mn Claypool4rrimotte VJXj I IE1tTt1C1Y lE 7i TOBACCO W1ETiOUsE- j OT I 1OMBINIE yrqtr Kps 1Oito 1025 West Main St 7E i y lark Your Ui he KY J10US- S t urJltIlIhIP + e3lou r i IOUiSiZlLIEKY l IJ I I7K 7K1fKI7K7i71 71i1KI f 7i71II 1f ia A NORl1ANxTriBLD I GT rnsrroarcr Cunrcnicncce J1 ItAC Independent Toteco Warehouse I NORMAN MYLES c CO Proprietors DAILY AUCTION SALESRETURNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 TO 1J2G WEST MAIN STREET LOUISYIJQLE KY SDHURBT GENL AGENT Four aiontbs Proc Storage Blark lllids ludopondcnt Douse He nxv fQ J lerQoI N 1nLLDS If fn t tfi ASll t MOUIJ31NGS i i f t l1iTTTi tP13tr- J4i I tL a t 1n IJ ihi ii prica fe elegantly Proprietor 1 CO DOORS 1 4 7 ORKA l til t- f j13 r R Pq IIAR iftt = ri i SI- l ftlaix fJ fltalogueXis i lie 1F l1l lWltt c C w4 i It i J 1 r 13qlF ii0 12i1 Jj r l k L r L r l Lc r KENTUCKY PLANING lllpa eJuhaMitcmell = E lit1t1t1 00DV Ot C0 V iiDoorhi i STCIRiri Y5 H SPECIALTY We make all our own works and it is superior to Notlicrn requestauNinth St near Broadway LOUISVILLEKY ii71i7fC 71C iiC7riiCTifinnih0 1r i7r1iii x M is yr7n 4 q K tU Il ll 7i nr t IJOU AT r ONLY YEAR 1 I FREE AT COINAGEI to o THELOiiVESTjt 11eOO I lPER Pd0ES i1C- Tt1E i tl1d111lliflul 1 1iii cents2 jrittC fltit i r tine 1Latest lp to= fate rrpe Sri miimi1- e r u 940006040464i0dOGOG+ 940w y tO b y OOOGNOOo00a0o0A + + OoOOdfr009GGrovaa l ovtM9o a ioi Browns Hotel G O t Ogo 0 e 0 oeoJ F BROWN Proprietor j- It 808 WestJefferson LOUISVILLE KYoti S yto i 04Q60SPECIAL RATES BY THE WEEK gg i 0 qMr Brown was formerly of the 7th Avenue Hotel Elegant ca mY suit of rooms for families Take blue car to 7th and Jwflfer 40- oa 40 son down one square 11 ly A000004044m 000040Afi0 5000000049b84440CC GGOOi6v9 40000000000968i0bOb00 bt1W000000000 69090ZOd 69PE 9 GAOt w wr r MXIXMMXV urp tiwwmivimmirvw vriwrifi i- e L 1 q AMERCAN PLAN S1 to 150 PER DAY reryrernHOTELsfaaa w- w I 53U533 Met Sr Louisville ryrinIl BASE BKLL HEtDQVtRTERS wj7N 435 Trade of Adair and adjoining counties solicited D- II t tX MX vCvTiiCivvIC7Cm infiT7TI07niimiCTifiCiifiiiCi y fiifD2 9 f J vPI1OPRIETORS OF THE LeMnon Marb1tLEBANON 1IiY Manufacturers of and dealers In all kinds of MARBLE 4umGRANITE Ntlii ri lm tiI1 JJ r r ofJiJL7 ra= n J JFR1 OEo LOVvT VxTOKK OUJ aA in ED t Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than over rJf TCll before TVe arc prepared to all hinds of masonry work such as fo ndniot fronts etc whit F JEFEK1ES Local Agent Columbia Ky I j j IAifterpreparations and they have failed to rca iij Ileve you then use i e ItRADE MARKSI WHICHMEANSGER3TLES FEMALE PANACEA IT WILL CURE YOU t I e FOR sAte BY ALL DEALERS tId MEDICINES L 0ERSJLE CO Chattanooga Tenn I Sole Manufsicturera and Proprietors C nt finlp GT TIS Panl I D ru tist Col umlitti Ky N wis tIre time to subscKi ljf p the1 i c nAd1 Yr County News THe li il ickly lw4 Ji p 1 Ji tliis1 a ofrt the Stjt j J c