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JI TIlE1ADAI- R COUNTY NEWSVOLUME 3 COLUMBIA AjJjfiJR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17 1900NUMBER 11I POS1OFFICE DIRECTORY- J II Russell Postmaster O l hours week days 700 am to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CIBOCIT COURT Tbreo sessions a year Tblrd- MoudnylnjanaryI third Monday In May and third Monday In September Judga W nes Commonwealth s Attorney N H W Aaron Sheriff J W Hurt Olerk Jno B Coffey CoasxY Count First Monday in each month Judge J W Butler County Attorney Jas Garnett Jr- ClerkT 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 BOIIKSTILLB PRESBYTERIAN STBBZTReV T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sunday n each moob Sundayschool at9 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 W Prays meeting Thursday BAPTIST night GBBBNSBuaa STBEET Bov E W vaster Services third Sunday in each Vandarschol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Tuesday CHRISTIAN night CAUFBELLSVILLB PIKE Rev Z T Williams Pastor Services second Sunday in e ch month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODIES MASONIC COLOMBIA LODGE No 90 F and A rdRegu lar meeting in their hall over bank on Fribday nirhton or before the full moon is month G A KEMP WM Tn SICLTS See ram yss C cS ed ol Coaover Hotel JOHN N CONOVER Proprietor wolumbia Kentucky l1li I one of the best in this I State It is a large iy furnished twcntyclgUt Gluand the table is sup provisions the coun try very reasonable to k Q STREET Hotel Ky Prop Hotel has been re andis now ready fo accommodation o supplied with the best Rates reasonable Feed stable a 1 a allISllotelis rtbpttetbt KY au im bur located near the de terpot are furnished at all per meal The bet copntry affordsEle for ladies KT HUBI 0 l Proprietors hotel was recently opened run from the start Mrsg cUlfnary department and is supplied at all times the markc affords The P and very polite to rooms and the bmltdlng f buslflcss houses 1 to Use hotel TerMs very uv rvo 1u modeIllketchorpl1cKq IBHTaraE t I b i feeepqei co 11i l tIWYVASHmGtON DCi f CarPenters are movlo along With Judge Htnoock addition to v hotel It thee re4tJb rOQQtlDueifa I rlsbie tMeYtvtll tYo work d In tilsrlagthancxt teai e ate C i 5 i ffJ 7 1 M1 A f KentuckyRomance BYJ B 7HSVRRBLL nn HHHuu There vas pefect silence fo 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 wit bo a happy little mi1yuuder this roof The next mormng the old gentleman left home going to Cin cinuati After watching the sales of some stock Jie had upon that market he visited all the daily newspaper offices and had this ad vertisement inserted If Eugene Gifford is living he will be happily received at Jalne- Bartelles residence near Midway iLCHAPTER V Returning home Mr Barton informed his daughter that he had adopteda plan that he believed would be successful in the search for her husband that if he watch ed the papers he would certainly- see tha advertisement and in u short time put in an appearance thatthought that theuad would ring about the desired the result and was satisfied to wait patiently for Eugenes return Weeks months and even a year had pass yet there were no tidings Via did not give up in despair By tuition she believed that her husband was a long distance from her but her fervent prayers to God for his return kept her cheer fal He was her thoughts by day and in her dreams at nights At the mention of his name she would invariably answer He win surei comp to me Otto day while the subject was up Viola speak g to her father said You told me before you went Cincinnati last year that I could send for my soar You did not say when and as he is now fourteen years old perfectly ignorant of his lineage I think the timelias come when a full revela kipix should be made to him If you agree with me I will consult Mr St Clair and have him go im mediatelYfor him Your suggestion is timely Viola said her father see Mr St Clair and start him at oncei thr road Before starting Viola gave HeLizziett to tell her the whole story promising t71dtshawonldbe given opporlunHtiy to ebtj Walter at early day With this admoni lion Mr St Clair was off and on rite nightrbf the l of February 1856 he knocked atHAunt Liz ziea door It was opened and Mr- S Clair entered the room Wai knew him but was unacquaint Lizzite inane thathe was the same myste rious stanger who had often been seen about the place They talked upon different subjects for some time but finally Mr St Clair made known his mission Hoha dome for Walter that his moth wSas Itthebirth of her child that her husq baud disappeared abut the samo time j that every effort was being made to find him Violas father had relented and the whole fami titigotihusbnd1 falter was a very intelligent tana wheju he heard the story notRast honpr irt14 j adthat hijmothrwa8 xer lcJuulhpettlhlalQW t IJa rr ItiOBld- br lJtt to t lata tLe iaf +l Tht Jy fr j t 0 1 DIit 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 countenance He wasyto separate from his godmother tha woman who had watched over and cared for him from his birth It was indeed a trying hour but he was willing to make the sacrifice to see and know his own dear mother poat up z 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 that they should soon moat again It took the better part of two days for them to reach the residence of Mr Bartelle and when ey came in sight of it a large shformedwh prtheminutes they reached thelbig gate passed through it and drove rapidly to the house Viola saw them coming and reached the yard entrance by the time the buggy arrived It was a happy meeting of mother and son Although Viola had not seen Walter since he was two months old the very first expression she gave after embrac and kissing him time an again was you are the very im age of your father whom you have never seen but he will come to us Walter was so impressedwit the elegance of his mother couldnot speak Gently heplac ed his arm about her waist an together they walked into the room where Walters grandparents were sitting They greeted Wa ter heartily and were perfectly delighted with his appearance In speaking to Mr St Clair a shot time after Walters arrival Mr Bartelle saidlHa is the most intelligent looking boy I eve ea5i and I am thoroughly convinced that his father belongs to a good family and that he is perfectly honorable in character If he would put in an appearance now the happiness of everyone on the old plantation would b e full to overflowing JlO BE CONTINUED lTaylor Circuit Court- TlmesrJnarnsl t Commonweal against Geor fotr gery Same vs Joe Sam Rice disturb ing an assembly of people 120 and cost Same vs same assault one and cost dSame vs Mary Head allowi erhisky to besold on premises 50 and dost Same vs Robert Shofner de l Js a wonjahj two years in the Pilrltentiary Same VI jlicli Coik1aping in jooal option ooujiy 100 andoali Same vs Temple Pitman Sb bith breaking 5 andaoet In the case of Bank otCOla v Fiscal Court of Tay- ounty Judge Patteaon deoid fit favor of the ocmnty The Bank was granted lag Appeal and the Coleart 14000 borrowed bf Taylor OQDIproi i fi k y- li title i jt 11 id l- t +f e i iJ u Y itr 1 The Reason Some newspaper subscribers ofte wonder why a publisher will keep on sending lilt paper when the subscription has expired The reason Is when a subscription is paid to a certain tim and is promptly discontinued at that time many a subscriber allows his an adgryUsher for insinuating that his credit is not good That will make the aver age man mad Bather than cast an reflection against the subscribers hon Sty to pay a small debt Ithas become customary for country newspapers to continue the paper after the subscri Iron has 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 aGroatltuuonChamber lulnd Cough Remedy Manager Martin of the Pierson drugstore informs us that he is having great run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sells five bottles of that medicine to one of any other kind and Itgives 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 glue relief within aver ort time The sales aae growing all who try it are pleased with its ompt action South Chicago Dail For sale by M Cravens Prof EG Dodge professor of Ian guagcs in Berea College has resigns to accept a similar chair in New Harrow school at Cumberland Lap Tenn Brave Men Fall Victimsto stomach liver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel poisondheadache and tired lissless rundown Peeling But theres no need to feel like that J W Gardner of Idaville Ind says Electric Bitters are Jut donhot appetited I a new lease on life Only 50 cents at T E Paulls drug store Every bottle guar 1aatecd The nineyearold daughter of Saw uel Ballard of Richmond was burned to death by her clothes catching firef while playing In front of a grate Chronic Soro Lrg Mr J Bichdrdson had a running sore on his leg tort years Tried d tors and medicines without end or an permanent good Mr L B Nunnalf ly druggist Hartford Ia recd mended 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 ygeThe residence of Rev G N Cuudi of Hardin county was blown up with dynamite by moonshiners against whom he preached ntNervous Prostration I had nervous trouble for years prosesngred tried many physicians and no end of nerve and other remedies without re efMrIJ Crews merchant Ma loy Iowa persuaded me to try Morley s Sarsaparilla and Iron The very first forjIfelt s complete uhangc and now after UBlBgsix bottles in all Iam perfectly well Jfrs Lettie Fisher The Liederkranz Ran Louisville horour nlotnluged Aru1Bgj Pals or soreness in the Met mart diesods rs creep OB1IIwJ th oaly tbai one wars lag Delay to folly mbeabjrUmeijr m e tXor JILIaaaiKllDe1 CordUl tha great slateel fiMHraiittr all diiMger boa M kvi4 M Thli rwMdjr Jrapua 1st J- pi Iy1ur 1i W J i f e Q I It is reported from Clay county that 1Tim rpot shot and killed Pleas Fisher who recently slew his own brothtr suffefr from rheumatism and sciatica know that chamberlains Pain Balm relic me after a number of other medi clues and a doctor had failed It is the bst linilnrn4l have ever known GYen of rheu matism by this rcTiedy One applica tion relieves UIK pain For sale by M stuItNear 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 vario home remedies without relief As hadused Chamberlains Boric Jdoseright I never saw a fellow so rejoiced Sold by M Cravens aHarry Haley aged 18 years and Miss Josie Wilson aged 13 were married at Guthrie last week It has been demonstrated repeatedly in every state in the Union and in many foreign countries that Chamber loins Cough Remedy Is a certain prc bYuniversal remedy forth disease M V Fisher of Liberty WI satYd when he writes I have used Chamberlains Cough Rem edy in my family for many years anr always with perfect success We believe that it is not only the best cough remedy but that it is a sure cure f croup It has saved the lives of our children a number of times This remedy is for sale by M Cravens wsas run over and in Henderson coo ty by a freight train Strawberries from the South are in sellingtper WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY It Will De Vied by the War Depart ment J1Ibea The war department Is quietly at work on the problem of wireless telegraphy c for the signal service The sfgn ai corps has been handicapped recentjybeing both by lack of funds and officers to experiment on an extensive scale but Capt Beiber at Governors island New York is carrying on a series of experiments between that point and Tomp kinsville with a view of adapting the army apparatus for communication between fortified points and In any other m a stateYe older form of telegraphy The army lastrmu a s own and the work will be pushed with vigor when congress furnishes the nec cigary means Her AVlnalnK Way yearssd with an ax and a revolver Girls should take a lesson from this says the New bosonfftnd ldwprobably ret one atnytean veer aceA tablet ou the side wall of the Ing on the southeast corner of Thirteenth street and Third avenue New grePetruto Holland in 16C4 On Ifs return he brought the pear tree and planted hIe pear tree fiouribed and bore fruit f over 200 years The tablet placed he by the Holland Society of New York September 1896 at TREESIA Group of Thirteen Elms Pleat T Alexander Hamilton tone a Cat Down The group of 13 elms plantedore a eeatury ago by Alexander llamnto 1atNew York are to be felled and soon 1theopwLfakoCoBveBtavenHaJBrtyiBrtt arrest were pleated by lla m ofJJieMrntly trss dirMed find sold M build fag lark A fllnity picket leueehiS wrrousheds t sriaadtbaittral one put lcevek this IelJPW Ofrttherereilalbutit alt 1Iaekat1lMpa tHtELIM1L l 4 CORN LIEAL IN CHINAi e Consul at Amoy Shows That a MarIket Could Be Developed It Would fie Foiilble for Western c 5Millers to Undersell Illce Mait People Slow 1toVo 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 ff for this port and adjacent cities ites A Burlingamc Johnson consul Amoy China The average price was above 4J4 cents Mexican 2I4 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 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 wouldudollarsI 45aOne of this largest concerns s the west when the proposition was before it said it had nothing to give away and if Chinese wanted the meal they could have it by paying cashFlour has been Introduced here In the beginning uot at n profit Its increase 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 period 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 asWatcommending them to the thousands ppliedforeign countriesWeIt a cargo of the corn meal on ket and offer It for sale as miUersb have suggested It must be introduced by first teaching a number of cooks who are all organized in a guild or I union how to prepare it and the rgiving away a limited amount of th cooked product through the public restaurants which feed thousands of people If this proposition does not appeal to the business sense of American dealers this Immense food supply will continue to come from other 5vi1nt AMERICAN HORSES BARRED Againate Tban florae There Only a few years ago American horses could start in all races in TIns sin but they were so much idste- than the Russian horses that they bigrlcesIn T majority of Russian horscnieu now own American horses and nior9 are stlgrowIngpermitted to start jn aty races rtRusiannoted with satisfaction that Ameri tpenUGsiln hasbeeninterested people declare this to be shortsighted policy and say the Americana do not care what nation ality a horse Is provided he is fast and notwithstanding American horses are the best trottersin IiUnitedInterbreedIng beofIboodCOALING SHIPS AT SEA THE Method of TrBDiferriae Fuel in Bass Over a Cable UiJnii In jj lie ShipdAs a result of three days trial of coaling ship while towing at sea Mdliar Jlarcellus it may soon be possible bytheerate of 20 tons an hour sold bagsafcoalareflrsthotstedfromre and an iron cage or elevator The uponA fitted with longpointed hook pivoted its bottom This hook driven under elevatordrops warshlVWhenrubber bu1feronthebl Itbagsthe canvas chute to the decks of the Ttawayre hundred feet Is the distance maintained be weeBlhi the rnopstart Spencer Miller tkeIaveBtor the conveyor ms aboard the CHI rehkaYeirlartrgassei Jo trg Ij Pi Boa t WBIt1 BBlikeiBwtcitiee of lfliechartictRritla Ohthegranite sad mar Dl that novld iato nr ttf o IAxwrk a irttie 01lQiltiftlTiadrertieweit leiAii iNlk vta tole c 11 11111 OC M H MARCUM REPRt8E7lTIRO- M fi G eLOU1SJIllE KYr d Our line of Hats Umbrellas now ready ISO Dont fail to see It f e Straw and Crash line surpassesr anything on the road We guar f- antee to please r ztSTYLEWe SOUcl our trade and guar seated antes good goods honestlq repre I i i7KIIhIIIIIr1t 7K its Q 7tC v FRANK JACKMAN JEWELER COLUMBIA KY rnirantees Satlsfajtlon In till Work i f OLD GOLD AND SILVER X Bought At Market Prices i- 7K vjr salvv 1nIvvtv 11 lvvwlt Ii l t BB8 f + Blacksmiths + AND VVqOdvvOrkers Coliuul ia Ky e are prepared to do all kinds ofwoi in our line audit you need re BuggleJorts jtiresj rfOur prices are right andsatfaction guaranteed Give us a call 1VRnDaye5uc SSosfers 3otef MEALS 25c 523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flgr Wiliore Hotel- W M WIL3IOKE Prop KentuckyrIn HERE is no better place to slot than at the aboved named hot Good sample rooms and a firstclae Feetistable MONTGOMERYCOLUMBIA adjoiningcounties drugstore Iii Q IDr DENTIST VOttIC NEATLY DONE SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO PKEVENT QO IirilEGULAtt TEETH AND TO SAVING OF THE NATURAL TEEllI OFFICE TUTT BUILDING USE THE onarch Coffee aP It is the best on the market and tt by W R Lyon the groceryman is handled in Columbia by Reed Miller Frank Sinclair Willis Bros Russell C Murrell and W L talker- SARSAPARILLANEftTS + The Best Made furlltes TH6 Blood fM FORTIFIES SUSWmllgalnst Dlscasc I FOR SALE BY E rAUJTl Colombia Ky DR M Q SALLEE e ItQfaftal attcmiion given to me = 1 JMl peastheiic dentmry 1 aufgery a I 40Yt FI Les CRT tik II ater CAb xIiIA iY t j Jt 1 Yvf l t THB ADAIR OllhTYIllU Published Every WeOesda r- BY TUB Adair OuntyN8ws to INCORPOCATD- OPPICROver M OSl druj IItere corner IbIlo Square afld Casspbeuvme PIke A Democratic newspaper devoted to Ute bter esta of the city ofCollmbia and the peoyle o- fa Adair and allJacent counties Entered et the Columbia Postoflleeanecoad class mall matter SUBSCRIPT N RJT7S OE yEAR p SIX MONTHS UOTLYIN ADVANCE CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor VBRTlSING RATES Lora otlces ten cents per line for drat IL- sertioD anditive teats perllne fur each aubae- Quent Insertion DISPLAY ADS Space I Inch Inches 3 Inches 6 Inches Inches Col fCol1 11fZ1 100 125 1l0 310 450 lIMo IIHO 15020U 200e0 900 12 00 3Dfo I 00 300 400 0- 06t0 12 00 19 C 2400 ti Xo I 300 450 600 7 SO 1000z 4000 4000 JYr I 500 100 1000 12 st 100moo 45 OJ 60 83 There will be no departure from these rates ender any circumstances WEDNESDAY JAN 17 It now looks like tho contest in lothetled before the end of this month The Franklin grand jury was busy last week investigating th use of money in tho late election It was also after the Duke aflofTheodore Hallam and P Vat Hardin attorneys for John Whal len were fined 20 each for con- temPt in Judge Ctuitrills court last week Besides being a member of the committee to try tho Gubernatorial contest Mr Yarberry was placed on two other committees Sinking Fund and Statutes A largo number of bills were in troduced in the General Assembly last Friday tho most importapant of which was ono by Mr Orr to amend tho Goebel election law Gen Joseph H Lewis says that if the military is called out to in a terfere with the civil authorities at Frankfort the Republicans will find themselves hopelessly in the minority Gov McOrearj was toastmatcr at the Bryan banquet in Frankfurt is last night Mr Bryan responded to the toast The Democracy Its Future and Its Poli cies Senator Blackburn and Mr Goebel also responded ed The election of Hon J C S Blackburn to tho United States of Senate was confirmed last Wednesday by the General Assembly in joint session The total vote between Blackburn and Bradley stood Blackburn 70 Bradley 54 Seven suits have been filed against the proprietor of the Norris by House Lebanon and the Ma non county Board of Health claiming that they contracted smallpox from a case that was knowingly permitted to remain in the hotel without notice to the public of Dr W Godfrey Hunter Minis- terr to Guatemala is in Louisville jar attending the sick chamber of his wife who has been under treat meat in that city several months a XThe Doctor states that his visit pjiasno political significance and the that he will return to his post of as criiff KrIn the Kentucky House of Rep theaRepublicans failed in an effort to change the journal in order that therfight over the adoption of the s idles might be renewed Thejoint use piIadopted with an amendment for the appointment of two Democrats al- and one Republican on the Invee tigaUng Committee of the House th resident of the Senate to ap point OEWT Democrat and one Re one pnllcxnr cure JoV i i St 4 r i J 5 R K YOOW3 WFHANCOCK r u r J Ydng faDc r il LI ERY7WTEN J j We have a new and commodious stable Goodstock nil good rigs Careful drivers employed Your patronage solicited roQuite ft commotion seems tin progress at Frankfort in vance of the decision of the Legislature in the GoebelTaylor contest Judging from the reports that come from that city based on the actions of Republican officials and leaders the Republicans will not accept an adverse decision from their demands and con sequently are preparing to have a mighty host of the G 0 P pies end together with the State sotnot diers to prevent the inauguration of Mr Goebel should the Legit ila lature decide that he is entitled to be Governor It is also alleged that they are eeekiug Federal udcess in anticipation of nullifying the verdict of the Legislature should Mr Goebol win thacontest Wars and rumor of wars have been on board in Kentucky politics for a ng time The people or a l part of them are disgusted ndedge tired of such proceedings but it clnowplaceethe legal place of settlement we trust that the many rumors oat will not materialize Thefor law provides that defeated candi dotes for Governor and Lieutenant Governor may appeal from the rebe turns of an election to the Le istake lature if they feel that injustice has been done This is the le alnal right of last resort to candidatesJ and we can not see any reasons for raising such a hullabaloo Tho law is plain and explicit and we coarecontestants have gone bey and their legal rights but BO far aswill the political fight is concerned it is over with us and whatever theMr decision of the Legislature may be we are ready to accept it withI out a murmur We do not knowI what the evidence will be nor what the verdict but itseems ti atwas large part of the bluster raised by the Republican leaders their threats of revolt against a decist ion of the Legislaturethe legal judge in the matter are unwar ranted and in advance of the needs of the hour unless their intention to intimidate the Legislature rendering its decision but we slime that that body will no tactintimidated and will render a decision according to law and evd idence The law should be obe and if not the situation may become a grave one We are the opinion that the Democr tewilltroublearise for they all willing to stand by a legal decision No stains of bribery in this matter attaches to sup of them while the opposing forces nave put up thousands of dollars to buy Legislators and win a victory corrupt methods while on legal trial The CourIerJournal though antrveen advocate of the gold standard sees tro bleUa comin unless something is done to prevent the national treasury from getting all themoney it says The son money= is piling into the Treae u excess of the governments quirements threatens coutinr danger to business besides be constant temptation to extrava gouts jand after figuring up vastness ofthe accumulation it farther says With the vast in in business activity whirig jtarthat oflOtcirculation Then again The motif feasible plan would be to reduce theireveniiefl What is the com of taking money from the peo when It ie DOt needed We Indo the ahoy i but Believe that the most power effective way to prevent the Hbevetdouble the mon y power Btrokevnd it would rpro for fijoancial e itgeetiott UrM a h i J s A ref f Bfading in bonds at exorbitant prices to prevent disaster and n oold place an obstruction across the path of the vast financial corpor ations who can bring panics in business at their own discretion justas was done a short time ago by Rockefeller and Morgan With silver remonetized the vast wan mutation in the Treasury would bo consided serious without it is and the shave question from the CourierJournal to our mind is n strong admission of the ina bility of our government to fully conduct its affairs on gold standard undat the same time have a settled and coati oua prosperity throughout her main rgeGov Bradley denies all kilo o f the massing of St troops at Frankfort in citiz- othes e to prevent the unseating ndoflaylor He said however Wend will summon about 2000 witueB here whose evidence is to be taken the use before the State c test board and many of them suppose will come but there illness no effort at intimidation no stock in the talk about bloodshed The Stanford Jour adds and no other sensible man does If the Legislature fl that Goebel is elected that is the end of it If it says Taylor that ends it too It is silly andCoffey wardly to talk about blood let ting The law is supreme and prevail Pettigrow United States Senator from South Dakota made vigorous attack on Mr MoKin c in a speech last Thurday He charged that a systematic effort being mode to prevent ac rate information from the Philip pines reaching the people of the States and that it was nIpolitical scheme to further the candidacy of McKinley for ten nation and reelection inSpeaking of Federal interference seatsPMr a lawyer says the Federalauthorities have no juris in such matters and if riterferYs would Inottssatisfied that he would not at mpt to interfere with the sov areereiguty of this or any other Com monwealth Hon R E Puryear has intro duced a bill in the Senate requir ing Railroad Companies to separate passenger trains over a roads that ar as much as twenty milesin length Should the become a law the mixed train Greousburg and Leba will be knocked out CANE VALLEY Born to the wife of H W Wily Jan 14 a 10 pound boy LyereBirminghing Jim Sublett is at home ono via tofrom Dccatur Ala Puell Hendncksoh left for ParVi Tem last week where is s ob in L N car shopsheLaf ett a car man Louisville is visiting his fatB erJas RPago this week Ihs Pinkie Hatchet anao plishe young lady of Greeni= burg was Visiting Mrs 0 RV Banks Jast week iie 0fweek R buying drs Lit Cure it CodIit t1t 11iy Ie petoallitlvIIetlaoigrilrs M1elaii gtyer l J wr 0 r 0 t H WsS QteatfJ ic S Rus1I Springs t The undersigned have just openedup aDry Goods DryIl les ry We make a specialty of Clothing We invite your trade J D 3ZKWGHKN BRO QUARTERLY REPOR- TOF THE ANK OF COLUMBIA AT TBS CLOSE Of BUSINESS ON TBE 3oth DA Y OF J3JSC ISgg Loans and officersi1 ans to Directors Loa 1 to Directors nut Included 8000 OJ Loans to Officers liOO 00 Overdrafts secured 788 14 Overdrafts unsecured 427 33 Duo from National Banks f 3 153 20 Due from State Banks and Bankers sijltl C6 25953 28 house and lot = 000 00 jtJlortgn7e 18481 Other stozks and bonds 35612 Specie 11746l Currency 4420 00 11884 t2 Furniture and fixtures 100000 BUCErpenseelastgoarter 109290 Choi8278 19 LIABILITIES 00IIll8000d0interest is not paid 14062186 Due National Bunks t t81 23 90wl99atstlSSTATE OFXENTUCKYe8 Jo Coffey Cashier of tho Bank of Colnm bla a bank located and doing business In the d8e8sw orn says aU respects a true statement of the condition of OIIsaldbaokatWecloseof business on the sOth best of his kaoirl Iedge and belief and further says that the bosi of said bank has been transacted at the lo tbeIofficial notico received from the Secretary State designating the 30th day of Dee 1E99 as the day on which such report shall be mode Jo COFFEY Cashier aAUNErrDiructormsR F PAULL Director jBrSnbsclibed and sworn to before me by Jo the 5th day otJan1901warA N P A C Commission expires January 18 1900 LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra snipping 5i 905 15 Lightshipping 4 404 75 30ellFair to good butchers 3 254 00 Ctommon to medium btchr 2 753 25 noos Choice packing and butch ers 22i to 300 tbs 4 11Fair to good packing 180 to 200H s 450 Good to extra light 160 to 1SO tbs 435 SHEEP AND LAKBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3003 25 Fair to good 2 503 00 00u2e50 beSSJOPPAamSince the cold snap farming is opening up rapidly Mrs Nannie Pursell and daughter of Grayson countywerevisJ iting friends and B community last weektrMr Mose Medaris is quite ill Holln n Montgomery are attending at the Montgomerybe anynonI understand that Mr J E Garnett will leave with his family for Arkansas in a few days May success be the result of his move Ed woe reared in this neighborhood and was always a free and boyaMr Mont Montgomery will soon haQe his nary dwelling ready occuPY elf Fred Cravens lofKimble visiting here IMt Sunday Miss Estsll Willis is visiting r sister Mrs RL Durham atM Gresnsburg rofd E Willis o rued up school at Zion last Monday with a large numbei ill attendance pvrofR 0 Cabbell Ftrill cloti9 singing e4iool at this plaoe next Saturday JTakLut1Y8JlclrullMtNftl IJfure oMiwrr Vex 6e at Ir Jrtl t j ifj f k 0G G L V HHLL TINNE- RColumbia Ky IIAMPREPAREDTODOROOF kind of work done by a firstcl tinner I also use the galvanized guttering with patent wire hangers Satisfaction guaranteed I Sell the best 79Churn on the Tlark jP Next doortoWL Walkers JAMESTOWN Tuefollowlngintcrcstingitemswcre gathered from Mr T B Morrison very efficient Sheriff of Russell con 00bit J B Stone who has been a ular lawyer at this bar for many p and who is one of the best citizens Eussell county bade his many friends adieu a few days ago and left for Bar low City for the purpose of locating When he reached Louisville It occur red to him that there were no high pints about Barlow City and as he yhad been climbing them for many years he could not see how he could survive without an occasional opportu pastimeturn to the home ofhis nativity w listeningof of fox hounds in the State He arrived safe and everybody was glad to see him back in his old haunts J E Snow and G A Smith left Nashville last Sunday with two large rafts of logs The banks of the river are lined with logs which will be rafted In the future Our old and highly respected citizen Col J E Hays is in rather feeble health He has been a practicing torney for more than a half ten and when in health was invariably broughtinvery forcible speaker and stuck close to his clients Commonwealths Attorney Haar Aaron purchased of Mr Bryan Stone few days before the latter gentle ma started for Barlow City a small oflandand two horses Consider 350 50The bank at this place is doing a good business PRICES CREEK Miss Ella Harper who has been sick Pursome time is Improving Perry Nelson and Mack Coomer have formed a partnership and have gone Into the goods business 5 miles west of GradyvllleMr Price raised last year one stalk of corn that had fifteen ears Sometime since there was a landslide on the farm of Mr Bragg removing about onehalf acre of ground Miss Mary 11 olladay who taught at Nellsons schoolhouse last year gave entire satisfaction to both pupils and ustees VeteranL w Static to rAnita Iowa served his country daring t0givrea4 Ww I returned from tie ark m downfetdfMUoo Piysfckns did t IM cdIkMlleetauasd 19 t MUi tits I kave6ua fns ti kty yearsyc DR MILS Rstoithi Nervine = s sold allongaanatee bdGbookhlNu Msd rtENc11eiA- 1T WHHt6 J HWt B RpR4ROMK CNHr JPCt iit iJf I Vf Ch j 3i iF Nf c Jf High Sch GOhU BI A TtTl SALLIE BAKER Ass1stant Musicry rttiufoJREMEMBER That the second term begins January lOOO fyon will find it greatly to your advantage to enter at that time for there maining five months in order to secure the full benefit of the ierm oosb2o a tREMEMBER That Teachew are prepared for State and countyfi examinations j rOGOCOC t REMEMBER Tlmt boys aad girls are prepared for college 0REMEMBER That in this school you can secure a practical ed ucatien V+ 0YREMEMBERThat rates for tuition are very reasonable 0jR TESrPRUIABY DEPARTMENT 150 per month INTERMEDIATE 200 per month etADVANCED 250 per month NORMAL 300 per month HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGIATE 850 per mp MUSK very reasonaole FridayntyPrincipalof t I DONT FORGET 1 ThatI can furnish you as re1goocl a Saddle as was 0put on a horses tback for as little money s as any man this side of e+ fullfor Q Q flatness Bridles Collarse 1+ Blankets Whips 0 1ryImple mentSaddlery Store 1 ny o Adsntractfor+ sale I can sell you o a farm wagon that will suit in every particular at bedrock prices Field Seeda specialty Gallon o- e me when intown + 0 M F JEFFRIES 0 warlnners oneap Gash = STORE l Is the place to go to get Goods cheap I have some of the best clothing for the money of any store in Coliim= bia and I have a line ofshoes that I propos to sel cheaper than they have ever been sold for before in this little city My Grocery stock and other lines are complete and too numerous to t mention in this space I want to turn v my stock over several times this seasonandin 6r do this I will sell for a close margin I am uotalking nonsense but these are facts I appreciate i wliabK y the people have done for me since I earned to Columbia and I will prove it to i 1 i you in the future if you meyThour trade 1 want itb double r c snitl r V to do ehis I will sell at a very close IrrY iX 5 margin forcash Give me a call Respt idlt W4IUNNJr8 Now is the tiDe to subscribe for the INI Gouofcty News The most wid1y iiit1ip a t eSe ic J 2- 7 1ryES firwi 1 piiiiPERSONAL MENTION tine Hon Geo Nell is in Frankfort this week Rev W B Cave who has been sick is much better two Mr L W of county was in town MondayisMr G W Brockman Amandaville MondayIMr Elmore Strange Glensfork was the in town Monday N Mr L B Hurt was in Campbells vllle last Saturday I Mr N M Tutt was on the sick list the first of the week Mr N S Mercer and Mr J E Tutt old Milltown were here Monday Mr J A Allen holey was in the News office Monday Miss Mary Price has returned from SpringfieldMiss Bowman has returned to her home in Liberty Mr H C Lewis Greensburg was Inm town Tuesday Miss Hadee Rowe Kimble is vIsIt- Ing Miss Sallie Montgomery the Mr Bowman Phil was in town the first of the week Mr R L Davis Milltown was here the first day of court t Miss Lora West is spending a few days in Campbellsville Mr Jo Russell and wife Louisville Iarc visiting in Columbia Mr W L Walker and wife of Nell were visiting in town last week Mr H H Collins Campbellsville was in town MondayeMr J J Hunter Gradyvllle seen week upon our streets the first of thein Mr Leslie Allen left for Bowling Green to attend college the first of the ve I weekMr W E Morgan and John D Sharp were in the city the first of the weekDr John Wise who was quite sick tor at the Hancock Hotel last week is much better Mr W S Sutherland Cane Valley gave the News a call and left us a dollar TuesdayneMr T R Morrison of Russell counSe ty one of the best sheriffs in theState was in town Monday In1tlessrsPatteson returned from Frankfort Saturday night Mr Lee A Lawless Denmark was in town Monday and subscribed for the NewsMr Creed Pollard Milltown was In tIe town yesterday and left us the cash for the News- Mr C F Dunbar Creelsboro spent Iaday cr so in this town last week the I guest of WH WilsonViMr Henry Aaron the efficient Commonwealths Attorney is here looking after the States business Dr Ulysses Montgomery Louisville attended the bedside of his father who died Monday night Miss Ida Wilson and Miss Dee Coom er of Prices Creek were visiting the family of J R Montgomery last week Messrs Loren Phelps T S Isbell Clarence and Elmer Wheat will go to Georgetown next Friday to attends school Mr N B East has returned fromt4 Texas Via Tennessee and is now i shaking hands with his many friends in Adair Mr Henry Turner wife and little inIweek Mrs M B Dunbar who has been visiting the family of W H Wilson fpr severaldays returned to her home in Creelsboro last Friday tsMr Mose Medaris one of Adair countys best citizens Is very low with kidney trouble and is not expected to survive He is in his 85th year Mr T K Powell formerly a citizen of Columbia has been quite feeble for several months He is now at the home of his fatherlnlaw Mr Ben GrissomMessrs J O Russell T E Stults T C Davidson and Dr J H Grady left for Frankfort today havIng been summoned as witnesses In contest cases now on Mr Jessee Sapp who recently bought a farm near Pelly ton was in town Tuesday and he now reads the News Mr Sapp came to this county last fall from N C and he is well pleased with this section and the people Mr Tandy Campbell who hasbeen in the regular army for something over two years returned home last Satur day night The last year of his ser Vice was spent in Cuba He is a son of Eollin Campbell and lives about eight miles from Columbia LOCALJOTTINGSA r U Dont fail to see ear 96 cent corsets RU4sSLT MUJ1KXLL v If you fai1to gets calendar ltlnot our fault Born to thewife ofF G WilUs Jan sonRalphlPaggeaeri J- Terattendee Is t0 the of Thug Haaeiilr BJIl J ltW ei of fheNt f 4- s t jornto the wife of TKPowell Mr 4th insta son land Letters left out of this wack will appear in next IssueQY and Mr Penick Smith sold last week mules one to J D Murray for one to Dick Tandy fortsOalmo All persons having an account with of mean sette with me easier than with We Bherifi John Eubank 2t For sale six good mules from 3to 6Prtyears old 15 and 16 hands high W Con the Smith Cane Valley Ky For sale 50 head of one and two year and steers Call on or address G W town Brockman Amandaville Ky Son See our 29c corset good as any fOe Miss corset all sizes from 18 to 30 colors school white and drab RUSSELL MURRELL Miss For sale ten head of hogs will weigh and front 75 to 125 pounds W W Brock ized Joppa Ky Mr Rev T F Walton preached one of been Lebanon best sermons last Sunday that we edhavea- ger Mr Gordon Montgomery will build job residence in the near future on a corner lot adjoining Mr Z M Staples Mr Mrs Jo Rrosenfield entertained and party of young people last evening Itwas a very enjoyableoccahe sion Rev T F Walton wasmade a Has est Mason In due and ancIent form in Lodge at its last meetA We kindly ask you to come in and mensely settle that note or account you owe us of need the moneyw o RUSSELL MTJRRELL the There is joy among the compositors- n Mr the Greensburg Record The cdl Cundiff has received several obituary po emsWley Miss Lula Allen an excellent youngyOi lady and a very competent and an assistant in the M F High Last Miss There is a fine boat tide in Cumber holy river steamers making two orftrips a week from Nashville tociatl BurnsidetheAll my notes and accounts are now wishes due If you do not like to receive a tatement by mail please call and set For as I must collect all debts at once by 4w W L WALKER ter sell The dwellinghouse of the widow such Dunbar Caney Fork Russell county horse as consumed by fire one night last week of the buildingme were also destroyedvillIMr For sale my farm situated on the Somerset road four miles from Columbia house consisting of 80 acres 20 acres in town timber 60 in cultivation Good barn orchard choice garden good water verry etc Price 8600 J H Holladayand Rev T F Walton is soliciting aid cone for the erection of a Presbyterian Par report fasonageir pledges of over 3801ast Monday This and is a laudable one and should meet with a hearty response from the peo the pie of this town and communitycou AttentionColMy accounts are due and I want a but settlement by cash It you have not time the money 1 want a note as I want to square my books and must do it and Mrs Sallie Bradshaw race has The carpenters are pushing work in a hurry on the Hancock Hotel and i twill not be but a short while with the favorable weather until it will be complete sent thus adding another neat and commodious building to Burksville street The demand for dry lumber will belit greater than the supply in this towno when all the buildings are under course of construction next spring The Columbia Mill Co should fix for the trade by putting a steam dry house boy ial We have secured the agency for leMrs famous Queen Quality trine shoes for ladles will have a largo stock in weekthey Are regarded the tday shoes In the world for the price Any style 8300 per pair Russell Murrell Our JViirPlty correspondent writes g that Revs Johnson and Groves are holding aseries o meetings at John sons Chapel Quite a number of pro feaaious and several renewals and the goot irork goes OQ w W irirt iafpraed the other evening that seiiseOBe laid takeafrona Young Hwscooks likely stabte a ptrt la setof harness ad Jqafew days rr tarns ti shoe jriae that jwmt one tltalons YrDIHeB ithetlwekbn4tl s- safasaleai aaoipar 1O after J i- ILrdTllIl rroeaii iEilattettisi Pi tyaaar- Ittb4aadLi = J t w- C tiris j r =r S H Mitchell parqhased of lilt- S DEarbcc last Friday a tract of containing thirtyfive acres lying of nd the Fccse Mill for 350 cash bride ajwldle horse valued at aboat 60na Again the peopleof this county are eats contending with mud that willsoonbe Mr deep to lord while thousands wagon loads of gravel are accessible need a rigid road law rigidly enforced the a Horace Jeffries opened school 8th at Este with a good attendance He will teach ashort term and join his father in business in this his the firm being WmF Jeffries the Mary E Smythe will open up quiet at Cane Valley Jan 22 Normal courSe for teachers a speciality large Smythe is an excellent teacher her school should be well patron J H Judd this city who has stamp deputy his headquarters for some time was promot party few days ago to storekeepergua If he gets good assignments the and will pay him five dollars per day a J W Richards completed the Gradyville school building last week Prof Billion is now teaching in it the building is a good one as it built who knows hisn palbusinesswork musical entertainment was given of Mr Arch Crjlastenjoyed by the young people who that vicinity The young ladies attended contributed cake while young med brought in candlesani Finus Cundiff son of Mr John was married last Wednesday to 28 Miss Lena Smith daughter of lI1ran N Smith who lives near Cane Val The bride is a very estimable I woman and the groom a popular industrious young farnjer Sunday Mr Rufus B Neat and Viola Cundiff were united In the bonds ofonatrimony at the home late the bride the Rev John Bice offi A sumptuous dinner wasus given The News extends itgood to this young couple sale my fine Stallion Bob Leeco Wilkes Chief There Is not a bet horse in the county but wish toar because I dont want to handle stock Anyone wanting a No 1 at a reasonable price can call on at home or address me at Sparks I Ky Jessee Breeding and Mrs John Cundiff whose is a few miles north west of gave the young people of their vicinity a social last Friday night A large crowd was in attendance the young gentlemen of Columbia were honored with invitations that itwas a very delightful aEHonor to your partners once a half and half way back Mr W I Meader is a candidate forrJ Democratic nomination for circuit clerk of Taylor county The nventionIs more than a year offd Bill Ike believes in being OnJ He was born and reared in aa county where broomsedge abounds and men growl and whoever makes theD against him will know thathe been a fight The firm of Page Powell dissolved first day of January by mutual cont Dr Page will continue the drugt business at the same stand All parties Indebted to the old firm are reE quested to call and settle Also 1was persons indebted to J N Page are po requested to fork over what they him 3t Sunday morning at 5 Oclock Bert a little 3 year old son of Mr and MrsJ John Stone He was a bright little the Idol of his parents and a spec favorite of his aged grandmother Elizabeth Wdlford at whose home the child died The listookplapceiB the city cemetery Mon morning Fromthls date until closed out we will offer reduced prices on all winter oodsWe have good lines of bed blankets comforts ladles cloaks aaea and childrens heavy bOOtsand fcboe over coats heavy under wear c myoulleed such goods to finish up the inter twill pap you tosee our stock KTO6SLL k MUKRSLL Mr and Mrs lX HB reoUrtaiBr ed a number of jou g people kwtTrl da1evenIDg in honor oil liras jBtMte Such of DaUlfVJTexac JRefMtbaeats ooBstoMBg f eafcM tees t au ease fccrti ad x eUltl lttMWMpiII Uearowd Mr Ida lilllltr aro rborr an e at D 1uaWlr Ilorti- ett drI i 1II I V- ra CIISMftk J Onthe 10th Instil at the residence Mr WmN Smith father of Mr Finis Cundiff and Miss LeI Smith were married The attend I were Miss Nancy Lee Butler and Henry Hurt The bride was hand= aomely attired in street dress of plumb colored material witX white trimming groom in conventional black Miss Smith is the youngest daughter and is young lady of raccomplishments posedaelngall traits of character tbltt- make women lovely Mr Cundiff it a prosperous young farmer and numbers friends by his acquaintances Ou account of a recent bereavement in family of Miss Smith it was intended that the marriage baa very affair but as the friends of the contracting parties are legion quite a crowd assembled to witness the I culmination of a courtship began in childhood The parlor notbelng large enough to accommodate the guests the ceremony took place on the veranda Immediately after which the bridal repaired to the reception room where they received congratulations good wishes The day following reception was tendered them at the home of the father of the groom On account of rain I was prevented being present but in imagination I could see table laid in artistic beauty groan beneath the many good things pre only as Miss Montra knowshow that I could not be thereP Tribute of Respect Whereas ithas pleasedthe All JWIse to call from our midst our and brother Winston A Strange was born March 13 1821 and died January 6 1900 age 79 years 7 months 23 days- Eesolved That in the death of brother Strange Glensfork Lodge No F A M lost a zealous friend brother the neighborhood a good citizen the church an exemplary ChrIstian and his children a devoted lather Resolved That we tender the bereaved family our sympathy in their bereavement and exhort them to emn his virtures Resolved That the lodge wear the badge of mourning for thirty days Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon the record of the lodge a sent to the members of his family and also to the Adair County News Columbia Spectator for publication Fraternally Submitted W L BROCKHAN W L TAYLOU H WEnD Committee Cane Valley School1899u Eld Tobias Huffaker taught thew above named school lastyear He Isan excellent teacher as the following record testifies In point of scholarshipMiss Nellie Cundiff 93 Miss Effie Farris 92i Miss Hancock 90 In point of faithful application goodness and obedienceMiss Victoria Judd Miss Mary Feese Miss Effie Fars Miss Hallie Cundiff and Miss epike Murray For pupils attended school every of the sessionMisses Victoria Fannie Hancock Annie Farris Mr Nathan Watson The general average of attendance for the fix was 63 Death of Dr W B Montgomery ILast Monday night the subject o note peacefully passed from death life He was about 80 years o age an excellent citizen and the old practitioner of Adair wanly He a man of strong convictions and his opinions given much respect He was the father of Hon J F Montgom cry this city and Dr Ulysses Montgomery of Louisville He was a con sistent Christian gentleman and wa ready to meet his GodHe lived in the vicinity of Joppaand his place will be hard to fill Just Saved ills Life ltItwas a thrilling escape that Cyan of Bowerston 0 lately ha from frightful death For two years a severe lung trouble constantly grew worse until It seemed he must die of Consumption Then he began to Dr Kings New Discovery and wroteIIt gave instant relief and fected a permanent cure Such derful cures have for 26 years proven ChItKtery bottle guaranteed Trial free atT I Ptulls drugstore Mr Wilftam reproeDWog thtaew IlteealtirertlroadGiropaayiwraei Columbia a few dayt ago He went itva Sere toCt iato oountyv Hesta ted fat Lie WM gatUag ak ff hell witi bk iwrwi mad when Mvfrat HMW IMartod Hbaea OMApte t7oer Iic d ba =IO 1t Nl ilk fe e a tr l D 1 1 I el i LiL f 1900 January 1900 SUN 7z4 2I 28 MONI 8 IS 22 29 TUE 7 2 9 r6 23 30New l3Qth First Quarter 8th FullMoon IStb Last Quarter 23d coal there In paying quantities He feels sure that a road will be built through this country and he is also satisfied that the Company will select the shortest and cheapest route If Adair county is touched her people had better get a move on themselves Curt Grady of color who Is working for Barbee Bros was the owner of a very valuable dog last week but he is now in dog heaven some one having administered a dose of poison Curt says he has done no one an injury and that his dog was kind and well dlsposB ed and why he was poisoned Is someB thing he cannot understand Mr Mont Callison a native of Co lumbia and a son of W J Callison who resides at Middlesborough was married lastWednesday in Knoxville Tenn the bride being Miss Jannic Neill of that city The bride belongs to an excellent family and is said be quite handsome The groom is an active young business man and Is very popular The couple will reside at Middlesborough and their doors are open to their numerous friends A bank Is to be started atBradfords vllle with Mr H H Rynierson cashier He is a fine business man and enjoys the confidence of the people of Marion county The stockholders made no mistake in selecting him for the responsible and honorable position Mr Eynierson Is somewhat identified with the people of Adair county The better part of him was Miss Victoria who was born and reared at Cane ValleydayThe Columbia and Campbellsville pike is in a condition The wagoners are making much complaint and it is likely a suit will be brought enjoin the Directors from collecting Last Saturday night the mail belated in reaching Columbia the passengers having to get out and push the stageup all the rises The team was about fagged out when it reached this place notwithstanding several of the passengers walked much of the way between Columbia and Campbells yule Something will have to be done and that qnlckly judging from expres of those who daily travel the or the gates will Ue thrown open The members of the Old Maids Convention and their escorts were entertained at the residence of Mrs Nona Cabell last Saturday night Re generalcgood time indulged In Auniquefeat ure of the gathering was the art gal lery and the skill of the artists The f- In names of various animals were placed a hat each member drew a slip and- f the name of the animal on the slip- had to be drawn on blackboard without divulging the name The- person who guessed the largestnum- ber of animals represented to be giv en a premium The prize went to Miss Sallie Bey Marcum she having named seventeen correctly subscribersscamp in since our 1UTB Rowe W L Thomas C R Williams Ja Popplewell H Wolford J Wr Richards T R Morrison W E Sanders George- d Roseubaum J A WilliamBfEmj met W W Yates John Grant Lee A Lawless G Pioketfei W G Conover T H 111eterMurrell Jo Shiy Ii V Turner71 11810lea8J F1Gofipp CIRCUIT COORT uf14eAai O Uwtrta large- lira i lrl 0IFftTereir- 11n jiii is n- rr I n WED I 3 IOI7 24 3i e THU 4 IIIg 25 MoD abounded wretched Gpbdo with the merchants was good and the News scored its best day since waited it was founded The following gentlemen comprise the juries H and GRAND JURYourJ N Conover foreman S M time Roy T F Collins Jas Frauknm filled John J Coffey J W Banks JnsEButler P T Powell W H the sell G T Sanders J M Wol ford J M PerrymnnStrl PETIT JURY going F Thorns E T Holmes VYa Scott C W Acre Joel Sanders James Humphress J Nick- Conover W H C Monday Loyd Watson J C Dohoney Jas B prices Beard James Dice J H Wilson two J A Wheeler Tbe reIPBeard Matthew Burton Liudsey are Millpr Wm Roach J1r Thomp at toBon R B Wilson Albert John ttonbmJudge Jones gave his usual rigid COt instructions to the grand jury and called special attention tothe illegal sale of whisky and were QRADYV1LLE asN H Muss was in Greensburg one of day last weekiJacob Nelson and H A Moss spent a day or sin Burksville last week n an Robert Young Columbia was in out town last Saturday looking after the lost sheep j Rev John Denny filled the pulpit at the Methodist church lastSunday and i Rev Dillon at the Baptist church Sun j daytbeen ianRevs Hulse and Dillon attended the Quarterly meeting at Breeding last Sur ysclDr L C Nell and wife and Mrs G H Nell spent several days of lastweek at Edmonton Ico Rufus Pulliam Curt Bell and Virgil Kinnaird of Nell spent last Saturday I night in our city calling on their friends I Quite a number of our people attended court at Columbia last Monday few Mr J D Walker our tobacco man has been receiving some nice tobacco lover for the past week w Mr J A Dfddle was in Metcalfe county last Saturday on business Prof P C McCaffree will teach a- very large music class at Monroe IC- ybeginning next week Mrs J A Wheeler received a con siderable wound from failing on ice ed few days ago Mrs G T Flowers is visiting her in sick mother at Jeffersonville Iud Our school at this place under the supervision of Prof G P Dillon is in progressing nicely with a very school We have representatives from Green Metcalfe Cumberland andTay lor counties Our hoop pole factory under the management ot S A Harper are strictly business men and they know 1exactly what to do with a pole Mrs W L Grady has been confined to her room for several days we understand front a severe spell of la grippe Mr Waller Morrison a few morning ago was walking down the creek on Ice and he noticed quite lot of nice fish j He was the recipient of 38 only and I they averaged 14 inches c1 Mr Sam Mitchell Jailer of I county was in our town a few days ago and of course weaiways want to know a mans business when he comes to our town and ha informed us that BI was pushing business as ftttrr as vtp sible in order to attend the inaug uration and was inviting some of his Eepublicanfriends to go with him We have heardit intimated that pave another general store our town in the near futnre If should be true we wpuld say competitor that there tt always room for one more while croesisg a 1 a fpuchom 1JlrfAJBubanoo day last waekiian receiving a se parrOf his Setae JumpiBgoft the bi0ge Qneocihis borsei was cooitdtertWy Suit and Mr Dobaooa receivedbpbyeMrsetlo We have b eQ lafwHKsd lt there xywlaiibo ee located pear Uils tora for J wek or more aprai8alow dtiwu hMniaat eaerler obeltatl- Lhamoll1wvte ofoarjoe4iit r oat MM jt rile We mm vam ti j FRI 5 12 19 26 F SAT 6 3- so 27 characters should be investigated and upon by the grand jury We are glad to note that Messrs J Moore and family and Wm Harvey family have become citizens of community We trust that the will soon come when all the vacant houses in the community will be with such citizens to the wife of S A Harper on 14th a son town continues to improve Mr Hill informed us that he was to erect a handsome dwelling in our town for his soninlaw Mr Jo Since the severe cold weather has abated trade has opened up Smith Nell bought a lot of cattle at fair J A Diddle sold to Rufus Price good yearling mules at S875Q per Mr Chris Yates sold 30or 40 bar of corn to different parties at 225 far as we can learn the Democrats very successful in their drawing Frankfort and Duncan Schooling is getting all he can do in the insurance Why should we get dis BURKSVILLE Mr W T Payne of Barren county Miss Bettie Simpson of thisplace married last week Mrs Laura S Williams and family Watcrview left last week for Texas Mrs Williams has been one of the leading teachers of the county for may years and the profession will suffer irreparable loss Messrs J Huddlcston A B Jen nings and A J Ledbetter have entered the Southern Normal School at Bowling Green Eld Marshall of Bowling Green has employed as pastor of the Christ church at this place Miss Georgia Dillon is attending at Burnside Mr J W Bowan of Cloyds Landing is now in the last year of his in the medical department of University of Nashville Mr Ed Burchette and Miss Bertha Glidewell were married last week Judson Jennings and Miss Sallie Jones of Pea Ridge were married a days ago- Cumberland river has been frozen for the past week and some have across on the Ice Mr Ed Davis and Miss Sallie Garrett of Marrowbone were married Dec 21 E C Garmon of Horse Cave is visiting relatives on Marrowbone creek IIDeputy Assessor LL Glary complet and filed the Assessors boooks Saturday Dec 30 Itshows some decrease thetaxable property from the pre vious year Messrs W F Owsley and Sam Smith arc the largest tax payers thecounty and both good Demon cratsKent Sandidge has bought Robt L iSnows interest in E L Snow Cos store hereafter it will be Sandidge Young Bras They will go into their large new brick building in Feb ruaryMrs Sallie Anderson of Galloway creek died Jan 4th Mrs Carrie Cloyd wife ol A Cloyd of Arat is seriously ill of pneumonia Paid Dear For Ills Leg B D Blanton Thackerville Tex in two years paid over 30000 to doc legIscured it with one box of Bucklens Ar pica Salve Guaranteed cure for Pies 25 cts a box Sold by TE Paull rdruggist FELIX oJ Mr 0 H Murrell representing thee News was here recently lisErot Kenntt is teaching a class Into at Coffees schoolhouse Mr B F Edmonds whohas formerly taken a course In boookkeeping underyour correspondent reviewing his course s- S IA Wilson COare having good 1 MID the stave business MHK XIIi Jalktnburf Oga Gun and Mn Aimee Jonas were here a few 1 daysago f XiIJI KBrJIDt who has been I 1 t quiee itelrtor sttocal dayeaa betterr aIirS15tke Phrtpt for ton tire ic ttrd the LiQtcYeleej c i 2 7 1 ftTIMSubmarine Wonder Is Attracttegthe Attention of Other Nations avri dtlnehes of the Freacfc nod flrliur CovcruiuonU Imipecti tile Uoa and Are Anxlon to Gala Control of It T the IJrfncb ana I3ritishgovernments have been in vestigating the merits of the Hollasd submarine boat and are much pleased with what they have seen Lieut G outran de Faramond de Lefajole naval attache of the French embass at Washington and M Louis Bevier t naval engineer representing the French government have been in New York inspecting the boat and it Is announced that negotiations have been enteref ito for the construction of severallressels of the Holland type and also for the exclusive use of the patents for the French government A list of the requirements of the French government was given to the representatives of the Holland com pany In speaking or the boat Lieut said I am pleased with what Isaw lath e Holland boat It Is my Intention to recom mend that one of the French experts in submarine navigation be sent here to study the Holland I will also recommend that out of the appropriation now available for the construction of submarine boats eom of the Holland type be purchased or We want a great fleet of submarine boat and we want the best With vessels of this type our harbors would be made Impregna bleCapt Charles L Ottley n N nava- lattache of the British embassy Washington after a thorough stud of the mncbinery and workings of the Holland boat says It Is my Intention to recommend to the board of admiralty of tile British govern ment that they Immediately consider the merits of the Holland with a view of the adoption of vessels of her type Into the British navy She is to my mind the most formidable type of submarine boat and has demonstrated that she is the only success ful one The vessel could not only be used in keeping the harbors and the coasts free from Invading fleets but with vessels of the Holland type there would need be no fear of submarine mines or other obstructions dangerous to navigation as she could de stroy them readily It is my opinion that there Is no question that the boat has come to stay and that such boat must be reckoned on in future naval warfare BOMBARDED A Peaceable Virginia Town Lately the Object of Warlike Attack A ripple of excitement was caused at the war department recently by the announcement that the little town of Snowden Va on the hanks of the Po tomac had been bomQardedbj Unit ed States soldiers a It was literally true Eightinch shells fired from siege guns shrieked throughout the town and caused everyone to seekref uge in the basements of their houses The artillery of Fort Foote were or dered recently to do target practice with the new siege guns A target was placed two miles below the fort and about 200 yards from the shoreSnowden onehalf mile below win a9 the direct line of fire The officers in charge didnot reckon on the skip ping propensities of shells striking water at an angle Tho first thing that Snowden knew was that it was being bombarded more terrifically than any city was ever bombarded F during the civil war Word was in stantly sent to the war department t stop the target practice The department instantly issued orders but before they could reach Fort Foote the bombardment of Snowden had been resumed and the populace again fle for their cellars No one was hurt thetown though one barn was struck The inhabitants are digging up the shells as souvenirs Cleveland Plait Dealer The Hard Part It is easy enough to buy a lot of things you do not want The diffi C culty comes in buying only what you actually needPhiladelphia Times FISHING WITH STONE Devices Used by Scottish Poachers in Capturing Salmon i Itis astonishing what t brooks large salmon will ascend in obedience to the instinct which teaches them tot seek a nursery where their young will be comparatively secure from the attacks of their numerous enemies In one small pool of a little burn in the highlands half a dozen yards long I have seen eight or ten salmon some of which must have weighed between 20 and 30 pounds They ascend these small streams during flood time and it frequently happens that they are caught on a falling water and unable vtb escape from theirconfined quarters until the rivers arc again in spate it weekst0In such circumstances they ue ac ccssible to the devices of poachers end although as a rule the Scottishriv qrs nre efficiently guarded during the breeding time they are of course raided occasionally and l rge numbers of gravid fishsecured A com iiionmethodisipselectalong hold ing pool where salmon are knownto iGc plentiful and where the water is- f dcratcly deep at the sides At guch a placF the poachers thelrfaci8black Iirvjf before dawn andstone the pool 2Iou ly until there is lightenough 1XooeeamgsJfts water andthe aronadiiiirl1iiiek p eilerateharlfcdo jtel 71rlXJ 0 r 4 o u J HEIKD STORY OF HYPNOTISM Jehu J S Mlaa ef St Louis Drawn MysteriaJohn J SeaalaB well dressed and apparently possessed of plenty of money is a guest at a fashionable house at San Jose Cal He says his home is in St Louis and that he was drawn across the continent by the silent hypnotic power of W P James the States court commissioner In San Jose f do not know what Mr James wanted with me said Scanlan I never saw him nor heard his name spoken nor saw it in print befpreI himyknew all about and have described him perfectlyiWhen ho stood before me in his own house my master stood embodied at last Every act of mine during four months has been directed from his braiju When he told me tocome mind speaking to mind I felt I must obey but I wanted formal permission and I telegraphed for lit Mr James did not answer but his mind still drew me and I came Ho alone cab tell why he wanted me He itwill not Now I must go back Why said Commissioner James the man is mad as a March hare Hypnotized Well have you seen him Did you look into his wonderful gray eyes I tell you they sent a proces spineabehind me with a large cake of clear ice 1It there is any hypnotism in it he is of the first part and I am the victimy IT IS TOO COSTLY Transportation of Malls Should Be Made Less Expensive by the Rail road Companies of the Country ProfII C Adams the expert retained by the congressional commission on postal affairs which is conducting an examination into the cost of mail trans portation was a witness before the session Taking the rate per ton per mile In 1873 as a basis of calculation Prof Adams showed why in his opin sion there should be further reductions in the rates He said there had been n vast increase in the amount of mail business while the ratio of the decrease in rates had only been slightly greater lie thought the 15 per cent reduction from the rate fixed in 1873 wholly inad equate to the present situation Prof Adams thought that the prin cipal reductions should be made on the long haul mails and he presented fig ures showing that these rates were rela tively higher than the short haul mails in comparison with freight and express while the expense of moving them was not so great Various methods of bringing about a reduction in rates were suggested by Prof Adams The first provided for a schedule the maximum rate of which he established at 60 cents a mile per ton The remaining rates were to be graded by a system based on whatever fraction or unit of reduction might be decided upon rea expenses companies in transporting mails by carrying those other than firstclass as fast freight A the latter class he pro posed to include parcels and heavy printed matter A QUEER DISPOSITION Young Woman Who Han Inherited- a Liking for Dark Corners In a Cellar as a Sleeping Place Jero sey City not sleep in a if she can help it She prefers a corner of damp cellars According to Charles Nedler the girls stepfather and her mother Annie Nedler the girl theayears compelled to move from place to place pn account of her abnormal tendencies Mamie since her earliest youth has manifested a roving disposition In the mornings her parents find her asleep in deserted cellars basements lying under stoops or in the corners of areaways Her relatives believe that she inherits her roving disposi tion from her father who was subject to spells during which he wandered about the streets at night refusing to return home She ran away last Saturday and was arrested later while crawling out of a cellar Justice Potts felt that he was scarcely justified in sending her to an institution Final ly a Mrs Shuh volunteered to help the justice out of his dilemma and give the girl a chance to work DIAMOND PIN IN TURKEY First of Annual Crop of Stories of Rich Finds in Thanksgiving tUrtle Comes to liana a Little Late Mrs Hyman Richmond the wife of the proprietor of a meat market in Passaic N J has come into possession of a diamond pin in an odd fashion Last Monday Richmond came to New York and purchased several turkeys for Thanksgiving One especially large and everytimeRichmond told his wife to kilt the turkey and they would eat it them selvesWhile preparing the tur1eyYra Illchmoads hand struck against some thing with a sharp point on it She cut the turkey open and there to her surprise found a diamond pin she exhibited her prize to her husband They took the stone to a jewelry store and there learned that the pin was valued at a100 Taxes oa Bicycles In France 3raBce receives 970090 a year ranf- lexesoa bicycles There is a premium on copper cents pf treat 1788 to 1814 inclusive anti from 1816 to 1857 inclusive this Barest beillg1mwhich sometimes brhag- ae5aud 1804 whidi hw sold for 25 Others that have broughtone dollar fr more are 1793 17M 1796 1809 and 5LI11 Mans IUltieas of Ger ita Seeks CelJyJs a more boefefob aotwtry then aitberOreafIklla1n or t1MUnito ed States The WoHef novel IOc feeahard fo low in its OM han rlfi- affil tstank e0itfondeW tet fl- tt VoetJr tj f r t II t1 7f r t IMAoE FREHZEL PAYI I Hostess Kan Meihedist Chareh Get a Judgment and Sold HiaIIesae for a Subscription A T Frenzel of HortoB Kan has just had the novel experience qf see ing hs home sold over hishead to satisfy judgment on a six ei cent nce for 100 which he had gfvento help ruy I off the debt on the Methodist church When the note came due Prensl he is a ftrenSU1erit Franzelanswered that he had no money property or ben and therefore denied the debt The court gave the church judgrc t for 121 and Frenzels house vas a1f- or i 000 to pay judgment and csamounting to 200 The balance of iemoney was turned over to Franzel The property was appraised at 900 While the suit was pending Mr Franzel deeded his home to a friend and that man deeded it to Mrs Frenzel But the deed was made after the suit began and did not protect the property Many of the church members wi re in favor of dropping the matter for fear that the church might be classed among the soulless corporations but others argued that Frenzel was moral ly bound and was financially able to pay the note They also contended that if he was made to pay the note a judgment might have a wholesome effect on many others who loosely promise to contribute to the support of the churches and then get out of itif pos sible The trustees bought the property and state that Mr Frenzel can have the property if lie will pay the amount of the note INVENTS A FLYING SHIP Young Itnrnlan with the Aid of a Ifrcnchcian Urines Ont n Won ilerfnl Machine M FeodoroiT a young Russian has invented a flying machine which he claims can be easily maneuvered in thenir at any height The apparatus has a double set of tubesthe hori zontal for the propulsion of the machine and the vertical to make it rise or fall The motive power is provided by concentrated gases generated from liquids which arc stored in special reservoirs These liquids pass through special tubes into a furnace where their combustion produces sufficient gas to drive the machine easily There pparntusIfrom the lamp by several layers of in materinlI model is The maxi mum speed of the machine is from 140 nnIwas tion by M Dupont a Frenchman who discovered the substance from which menIof the capabilities of the machine M Dupont will ascend in it to a wIllIlutions in order to prove his complete control over the movements of the ma chine M Dupont intends to perform the evolutions in time to music TO SURVEY HARBORS The Pathfinder Will Condnct Impor taut Work In Charting Channels and Harbors of Hawaii The coast nail geodetic survey steam FranI channels and harbors will be prose cuted for the next month or more Capt F W Perkins in command of the ex pedition accompanied by a number of assistants from the hydrographic and other scientific divisions of the depart harI llama harbor will be surveyed Years ago it was one of the best known har bors of the group and reports show 100 whaling vessels assembled at a time in the harbor De Freycinet selected it for his observations showing that it was in thejild days a considerable com iaercial and social center TO HELP FARMING INDUSTRY I Move Smile by Prominent Citizens o l New YOl to Alit the Farm- erI of Ilic Stale A movement in the interest of thoj farmers of New York state and that farming industry is being developed by several wealthy men and women whoso interest was aroused in the subject during the general depression of five years ago whoa many farmers were forced to give ilp their farms They came to New York city in the hope being able to support their families but few met with even moderate suc rest The leaders in the movement are ex Mayor Abram S Hewitt Mrs Stilt Low exSecretary of the Treasury John O Carlisle n Fulton Cutting William B Dodge Mrs Josephine Shaw Lowell Jacob n Schiff Walter L Suydam and a number of others The committee has engaged the sevrv+ Ices of Tohn T Powell nn expert on the subject to make an exhaustive liitestt gation of the agricultural condition of the state stu4oftheSummarized the report shows thai i where the conditions of the fare erii was almost deplorable five years ego By reason of tIle hard times it is now tile i rercrse XrPoweWsr port showed that U e broadif greater finaxteial success tkan imam I Avho merely worked their load on erf fashkmed JRetJioNti in jTnvored the t bJweBt e a neat New York for thjw feptil caokfsg of hittrireatlfttrataolr tJpnJeJI cS agriculfit4e eaaxiiegI =1YU Mffit i5fM4t kf Jt lJhr Jt FARMER HOME R OTELi G w COLE CLERK LJOTI TsI Ell NS 11I 9I nark Hogsheads SIAYFIELD FsaGronT X and Best 100 day Hotel In r the StateOo0 Oil Modern Con reniencce QiQ LARGE WAGON YARDS P E Market LOUISVILLE KY PATTERSON HOTEL JMTUieSTOlfiZN KY We Largest 400422 better place can be found than at above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and the ta ble at nIl times snp best market affords Feed Stable in con nectionJ Proprietor yL9Ivv t JOHNSTONS 5 IX 1 5 SrSTEAM f LAUNDRY + r I 1iii l ZSND BATH ROOMS KYsiri- ii 0 iC- v K Work from A lair Raaaall Ocean and Tuylor counties solict C AGENTS7i n- t E 7iitIiniiihi Ali nw JEr 1Crm iilTt rrirAAU r i aalseae Fifth JlYEnue Hotel1 PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST CON DUCraD 320J HOTEL IN TILE CITY 1 aNEARTIlE THEATRES CHUIJCHE3 AND WHOLE ALE HOUSES OF TIE CITY lLCitJilZSVILLE i BEN1UC5Y eao XxX xxx oe aegtaaeeai geea ivLvvvN i n rvf t v j rtL7JC W POOIJ ft T IIARWoRla HltAfn PHRIIrLB I Claypooluarriraotie 8t Co Ivi 71 TcYvi7nEt1011E L 7p IENOTIN COjdfBll1E- ic E Nos 1019to 1025 West MainSt 1 1 IS Your KY HOUSft 1x iirMjaJSiPAjSt3W j I yrL7izhIL a A NORMAN EY J 7i- LOVISiZILL4H Y w ivT7 E7yi77iJritivn GT KY o 1 I vr J T MYLES Independent Tobacco Warehouse NORMAN MYLES CO Proprietors DAILY AUCTION SALES RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 TO 1125 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE ICY SiD HURST GEN L AGENT t Four Months Free Storage Mark llbds Independent House Henry Eoehler CO DOORS 4ND SASH pay est for BUCKEY the the the rADUCAHxv I ULINDS AND LUMBER high price DMBER pliedwith PATTERSON MOULDINGS OAgaNnPorLAItj Send for our l test batatqgiiis S t y ili 1 c lffi4r1 t t i J ibot i J t 7 l i t C Xr J Y KENTUCKY PLANINGSSiS- SSSK m B O BMOODGO 4 Door Bliifd Sash Mfp Dealers in fjougtiarpFessei hadbaiJ tIRWAYS tSPECI7ITY We make all our own works and it is superior to No them work Estimates furnished on request Ninth St near Broadway LOUISVILLE KY ii 717tui i U- t ro z atiIII IL- i I t I 1i1 CQ 4 c 3L 011 v Iilv 1AlTic71c7r7t ITltB WORiC BesT I FREE AT I I I i I I L L iCSi 7i717i71 71 1 71 tilnr trrrwT AT THE g ONLY 1 00 PER YEAR COINAOBI IJ ST- Tf E r 1 E 7r i- fltlairI Gountu N6Si II 2 ii1Sv1ecentl the iatest111ptr aate t pel i = v- LL iL lL ifI 1111 I 1 itrtIiltnnnvloooe- sooooooeoooe4 caeca oosaoaeevooc e o Qoa 0 000000ooooomoooomo oeooaoo 9e e o ro + PG- o o I IAo J F BROWN ProprietorH o o 808 West Jefferson LOUISVILLE KY a A i RATES SIOO PER DAB a4 o e5 SPECIAL RATES BY TH E WEEK ito ee 0o Mr Brown was formerly of tho 7th Avenuo Hotel Elegant oe- o suit of rooms for families Take blue car to 7th and Jeffer e 44l3e t AoA6o0AOA0000400400900000004A09Gb66004F944440- A9Om000000 0OOfW0b000A000600 r996A09A90r Od90A00 LttWrrLyWLiwowin7f7in7t717iir7ifiirfi7i71s 12 AMERiCAN PLAN 1 to 150 PER DAY r wrliz ECUERT 3lntrnizcrv73- Cw i- c ECKERT HOTEL r 531 o 533 Market St Louisville Ky 71n Gfi 1 v BKSE tIJ HEAD 0rNIGHT7i 7- w 4s C Trade of AdaIr and adjoining counties solicitedtinL 1 WWYLvifrte OEtICIf fNJ Y PROPR1ETOES OF THE Lebanon Marile Works T LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and 5dealers in all kinds of an 4 MARBLE AKDGRANITE m PR dE3 LOVV Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc TVMF JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky loF LOWEST PRIOE nAjI tllWORK GUARAtJTtED P GRPJ isti ICures AH Diseases of Women rgssionthat Iincurable because eo mgr ysuffconstantly from them TluSisa Ithltriod becomes too frequent painful pro Iwhftetln Which Stands for It KSTLFS FEMALE PANACEA WIiicb illJb aTDepePrQFte t ItmettersnotipeverywhcreIfCLUBCare Tcnn receivementhebestatadvrce orSltJA JJ T Paull Draggii4 Columbia Ey Nowis the time to S11bscribqfQi tale Adaii Conitj News Thell1ost 3iidel 11 fitrlia trrlljt of ihe Staten 31 t