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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h S ft CJ iI 0 t S k THE ADAIR COUNTY NEWS S t VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA ADAIfi COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1900 NUMBER 15 POSTOFFI5 DIRECTORY JY Ruascngrostnfastet- Oficehours we0 dars700 a mto 930 pm- UOURP t OtaIECTOIIYt coua Thrcoscasions a pearThird MoaJylujan3ry tbir 51cndlyIn May and third MondJtyln September JudgeW nes iCommonwealth s Attorn yH H W Aaron SheriffJ W Hurt Clerk Jno B Coffey COTOTV CCcltTo ir3rilntlayIn In each month JudgeJ W DUller v County Attorney Jas Ournett Jr Clerk T R Slulfs Jui1erSlLMltchcll AssessorG A Bradshaw T McCaffree F Surveyor R 4 School SuptW D Jones Coroner Leoutd Fletcher JirYConuT Ucgularcourt second Monday In ach month jdgeJ W Atkins urnerGordon Montgomery S 4 CHUKC1I DniECTORr PRESBYTERIAN BOKK8VILLB STREETReV T F Walton pastor Services and fourth Sundays U each monh SundayschoolatOaIn every 3abbath Prayer meeting everyvVTcdnesd night LY- 311iTnODIST l w BUBKSVHLE STBEET Rev J L Kilgore pastor Services first Sunday la each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GBEEKSBUKO STnErrrRev E W Barnett waiter Services third Sunday beach month 3antUyschol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer testing Tuwdft night CHRISTIAN CAXFBBUBVILU PIER RCVZ T Wiliams Pastor Servlcei second Sunday In each month Sundayscnooleverr Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday sigh- tLODGES MASONIC COLOMBIA Loose No rd F and rIRegu lar meeting In their ball over tank on Frt day night on or before the full moon In each month 0 A KEMP WM TR STOLTS Stcj T3 Vyy V J CAiYriJ4 Coaofer Hotel JOHN N Proprietori Columbia Kentucky =iHIS Ilotcl 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 ample rooms and the table is sup plied with tile best provisions the coun try affords Rates very reasonable Hancock Hotel BURKGVILLE STREET Columbia Kyo JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop r 0ESTThc above Hotel has been re- tted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the marketTaffords Rates reasonable jood sample room Feed stable at hed R E gTAURAHT I JJ3TJ5Jt5JiCr Proprietor LEBA coN KY0 r This standis locfttedf near the de pot and meals are furnished At all hours at25 cents pcrr teal The best eatables the country affords Ele gant sitting roonfs for ladies EOiMllRIkLJAMESTOWNI BY1 HOTEL HOLT VAU6HAN Proprietors 0above named hotel was recently opened Tun has had a fine run from the start Mrs Holt looks after the culinary department and sees that the table IH supplied at all with the very best tho market affords The are attentive end very polite to bpidtnIoonvenientf cla s li very attached to the hotel Terms very tessonable etlCAi BOOK ON PATENTS Sfee itDont take a peck of any old kind of pills to curo n of disease when a doo of 1Qrl s Littlo Lim PiUs for wblleyouieepW M Belli Joppa Ky I 11 Jt THE REPUBLICAN PRESS STILL DENOUNCES TflYLOU Hanged Himself Buffalo Enquirer lad and an ti Goebel Taylors course has ti become utterly reckless and he has made himself liable to im peachment even if it could be shown that he were the legal Executive of the State Taylor has taken all the rope that has been given him by the peaceable course of the Democracy and has prompt ly hanged himself Proves Himself Unworthyp Buffalo Courier Dem and anti Goebel Whether fairly elected- or not he has proven himself un worthy of public trust and his revolutionary acts have caused a revulsion of popular feeling in fa vor of Goebel who if ho lives is master of the situation and if ho dies cango in the realization that he has again outgeneraled his op ponentsAll in Law Set at Defiance Pittsburg Leader Rep As if the record for egregious blUnder- ing which he has already achieved were not sufficient to advertise him in the world as a weakling and an incompetent YoS Taylor the Governorelect of fur innishesby refusing to recognize the habe as corpus act t Taylor and his armed followers literally set all law at defiance and are now in an attitude of insurrection against all authority except that which they arbitrarily exercise on their own account and which finds its so sole warrant in Taylors occupancy of the Statehouse at Frankfort and his control ofa body of State troops largo enough to defy the Legislature and the courts All the demoralization and lawless ness thus far have been on the side of the same man who was lawfully elected Governor Tint who has not the sense and the moral courage to defend his rights in a decent and orderly fashion Acts Like a Maniac Springfield Republican Rep Gov Taylor has acted more like a maniac than a sensible man ever a since the attempted assassination of Mr Goebel There seems to be little difference of opinion on the point that the Governor was en tirely without legal warrant in adjourning tthe LegislatureoThere is no excuse for such ac tions as these Gov Taylor has assumed role dangeorously near the revolutionists How ever just may have been the Republican claim to the office of Governor of Kentucky it IH anarchical to use revolutionary methods in the attempt to vindi cate the claim If in 1877 the v Democrats of the United States had brought into the TildonHityos Presidential contest the spirit now displayed by Gov Taylor and the Kentucky mountaineers the United States would probably havo been convulsed with civil war It is now a comparatively small id offiIlceclaim of election j the greater is sue is the maintenance of the law andof constitutional processes The contest is become one for the courts to settle Republican Insurrection Providence Journal RepIft- here was any insurrection at Frankfort it was a Republican in surrection pure and simple The I rowdyism of the last few days the apprehensions of nervous people I residents of Frankfort the rioting and disorder are directly tracea ble to the influx of the Republi can mountaineers armed and in elcWhatever we may think of the methods of Goebel it is clear that he was I proceeding within the letter of the law to obtain his seat in the Exec j utive office The Republicans have invited Democratic success j in Kentucky next November1 There is not another State in j totgaihr 1 1i J c Heads Bowed in Shame Syracuse Telegram Ind and an GoebelIf there were any justice in Taylors cause his whole course since the shooting of Goe bel has been of a character to make even bis sympathizers bow their heads in shame Weal Man Chattanooga Times Dem and anti Goebel Gov Taylor is a weak man who lacks the nerve and oise and brand of moral courage demanded for the handling of such a situation And the most injurious error he has made was his appeal to Federal authorities for help Advocates War Now Orleans States Dem and Anti Goabel The conditions in Kentucky are very similar to those Louisiana in 1874 The only way for the Kentucky Democrats- to settle their trouble with the scoundrels who are dishonoring their State and carying on a reign bulldozing and assassination is to resort to their shooting irons and put down by shot and shell tho in surrection just as Louisiana did 1874 The Law Hust Be Respected Washington Post Ind and An tiGoebel The law upon the stat ute books applicable to the existing complications be it ever so unjust must command respect and obedience When it ceases to do anarchy ensues Mr Taylor has been amazingly tardy in recogniz ing this fact His tardiness will amount to a public crime if it is continued fir MciCinleys Good Sense Hartford Post RepThe decision of President McKinley not to take a hand in the affairs of Ken tuclty is wise und ithas commanded the general approval of the country Presidential interven tion would make a bad situation worse and would tend to agravate existing conditions and to supply n irritant where ice water is needed Law Enough in Kentucky Denver Times Rep T here ought to be law enough in Ken to settle the matter without interference Counsel for Taylor Chicago TimesHerald Rep Coolheaded sagacious Republi cans would have counseled Taylor- to avert the perils to the peace and good order of the Commonwealth involved in openly resisting the Legislature They would have ad ised submission to tho mandate- of the Legislature rather than embroil the State in disgraceful strife A Taylor Contention Destroyed Chicago Record Rep Legally the situation has been somewhat LegisIlatllre separately the decision unseating Taylor and Marshall as Governor slid Lieutenant Governor respectively and giving the offices to Goe beland BBckham This destroys the contention of the Taylor ad herents that the decision seating Goebel and Beckham was illegal Work for Taylor Philadelphia Buletin Rep Reputable citizens outside of Kentucky would like to see Gov Tay lor show a little more energy and earnestness in hunting down the assassin of Goebel Courts Have No Terror For Taylor RepTheIcourt is any real issue bnt this sort 0 proceeding is not likltto accom pUsh that end e nor who has notscrupled to turn a Legisla tureout of doors on no hotter claim than that of an insurrection Iof which his own followers were the visible sign will hardly hesi tate much at ignoring such a stretch of the theoryof govern i J ment by injunction Ir Ir The whole dispute is a blot on demo cratic government and since Gov Taylor has so flagrantly put him self in the wrong by the attempt to dragoon a Legislature of whose standing as the Legislature of Kentucky there is no doubt it is especially damaging to the Repub lican organization of Kentucky Gov Beckham though a young man is not a now one in statecraft He was Speaker of the last House and is a man of convictions cour age and determination Adjutant General Castleman has served in two wars and is a brave conserv ative and coolheaded manDeiro crats can afford to rest easy with them in charge WANTED Reliable man for Manager of Branch Office I wish to open in this vicinity Good opening for an energetic sober man Kindly mention this paper when writing A T Moimis Cincinnati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4 cts postage Nervous Prostration- I had nervous trouble for years which at times completely prostrated me and made life not worth living I tried many physicians and no end of nerve and other remedies without re lief Mr M J Crews merchant Ma loy Iowa persuaded me to try Mor leys Sarsaparilla cud Iron The very first bottle went to the right spot for I felt a complete change and now after using six bottles in all I am per fectly well bins LKTTIE FISHER For sale by W M Bell Joppa Ky GEORGETOWN Georgetown is beautiful city of the famous blue grass country and excells Russell county in everything except pretty girls Wheat looks well in Scott county as it is one of the best wheat and tobac co counties in the State Russell county is well represented In this college with some of her best teachers viz Loren 0 Phelps T S Isbell C L Phelps and Elmer Wheat This college s represented by about 400 pupils some from nearly every state in the union We have two societies T O K and Ciceronian The T O K leads of course because the Russell county boys belong to it LEE LAWLESS There is no better medicine for the babies than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Its pleasant taste and prompt and effectual cures make it a favorite with mothers and small children It quickly cores their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia other serious consequences It also cures croup and has been used in tens of thousands of cases without a single failure so far as we have been able to learn It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases of whoop lug cough it liquifies the tough mucus making it easier to expectorate and lessen the severity and frequency of the paroxysms of coughing thus depriving that disease of all dangerous consequences For sale by M Cravens The Arrow Nail Mill at Anderson Ind operated mainly by Covington Ky capitalists and employing 300 men was closed yesterday It was or ganized 10 complete the Nail Trust An Editors Life Saved by Clam berluiiis Cough ICoiuedy During the early part of October 1S90 I contracted a bad cold which settled on my lungs and was neglected until I feared that consumption had appeared in an incipient state I was constantly coughing and trying to ex pel something which I could not i became alarmed and after giving the local doctor a trial bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the result was immediate improvement and after I had used three bottles my lungs were restored to their healthy offy M Cravens Columbia Ky Secretary McCormack Is making ran effort to Jndccc the Legislatures to raise the annual appropriation forthe State Board of Health from S2COO to 25000 becauseof the recent outbreak of smallpcxip various parts ofthe State l 1 ii r OBITUARY Mary S Murrell daughter of Anderson and Lavania Murrell was born in Adair county Ky September 16 1847 was converted under the ministry of Rev S H Lovelace September 17 1867 and united with the Methodipt Episcopal Church South Sue was afflicted all her life with that distressing disease epilepsy j otherwise she was usu ally in good health She was very industrious and though for many years her mind was so beclouded on the account of disease as not to be responsible for her acts or to know the designs of labor she still showed she had an industri ous dispositionwould do some little things such as she could Her life was one of suffering es pecially mental suffering but she has gone to that country where she shall be blessed with health and the proper use of her mind while the eternal years go by She died at her old home Feb ruary 4was sitting in her chair near her brother James when a noise attracted his attention he beheld her falling to the floor but as she was given to falling sick ness he supposed it was one of her usual spells but soon saw death had come for her While her father and mother lived she was tenderly cared for by them and after their departure she has been tenderly looked after by her brothers Nathan airu James who live at the old home place Sho has joined her father and mother and two sisters who preceded her the glory land Her brother J L MURRELL A 1fight ofTerror Awful anxiety was felt for the widow of the General Burnham of Machias Mewhen the doctor said she would die from pneumonia before morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln who attended her that fearful night but she begged for Dr Kings New Discovery which bad more than once saved her life and cured her of con sumption After taking she slept all night Further use cured her this marvelous medicine is guarentced to cure all throat chest and lung Diseas es Only 50c and SlOO Trial bottle free at T E Paulls Drug store When warned of the fate that so soon befell him Mr Goebel said Well if I am shot down the result will be to tho Democracy of Kentucky what the blowing up of the Maine was to Cuba And truer words and more faithful prophecy was never spoken Chronic Sore Log Mr J Richardson had a running sore on his leg for 20 years Tried doctors and medicines without end or any permanent good Mr L B Nunnally druggist Hartford Ia recommended Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron 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 1 have been for 20 years Sold by W M Bell Joppa Ky A desperate effort is being made to get recruits for the Louisville Legion Stood Death Off E R Monday a lawyerof Henrietta Tex once fooled a gravedigger He says My brother was verry low with malarial fever and jaundice I per suaded him to try electric bitters and he was soon much better but continued their use tin till he was wholly cured I am sure Electric Bitteis saved his life This remedy expels malaria kills disease germs and puri fies the blood aids digestion regulates liver kidneys and bowels cures consti pation dyspepsia nervous diseases kidney troubles female complaints gives perfect health Only 60c at T E Paulls drug store Escaping steam into a sewer near Fourthand Green streets came nedr causing the death of five sew er cleaners Children love to take Morleys Little Liver Pills for Bilious People because they aro small look and taste like eDd and do not gripe nor sicken them Sttgarcoated One a Doss Sold hr W M Bell Joppa Ky r IAVurningr in the back must I Kidney diseases I creep on us with only that one warning Delay is folly when by timely use of Morleys Liver curd Kidney Cordial the great System renovator all danger can be avoided This remedy is a pos itive cure for Kidney and Urinary Troubles Sold by W M Bell Joppa Secretary Root reports that there are 10848150 men available for millitary duty in this country As a result of the building trades strike at Chicago one man was shot and two others beaten by strikors If the reader of this should chance to know of any one who is subject to attacks of bilious colic he can do him no greater favor than to tell him of Cham berlaius Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It always gives prompt relief For sale by M Cravens The bbdy of Gen Lawton is lying in State at Indianapolis The Louisville Street Railway Company paid its city taxes for 1900 amounting to 7012522 I think I would go crazy with pain were It not for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr WH Stapleton Hermine Pa I hove been afflicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number but Pain Balm is the best medicine I have got hold of One application relieves the pain For sale by M Cravens Columbia KyjFederal Judge Taft Cincinnati was appointed by the President as chairman of the Philippine Com missionMore interesting testimony was offered in the Clark bribery inves tigation at Washington University of Chicago TakeR a Do parture Wort of Dissection by Students Beslns In Laboratory The University of Chicago has introduced the study of human anatomy in its curriculum and the work of dissection was begun the other day for the labornttJrySoalone among the schools not distinctly medical to introduce human dissection in the classroom The class is open to both men and women and the course preparIng of sociology biology and allied sciencesI Seventeen men are enrolled already Dr H H Donaldson head of the de partment has general supervision ofIthe work The laboratory work is in charge of Dr H W Lewis surgical in tern at Cook county hospital The study of human anatomy said Dr Donaldson has been taken up in accordance with the plans of the uni versity to give a preparatory course for medical colleges Many of the students taking the course are preparing for a npinperhaps the first time human dissec tion has been brought on a university campus when the medical buildings were not there It is only a natural step however Physiology and chem istry were originally fostered by the medical colleges The university had a building fitted for the work Rush medical college Is interested in seeing the work carried on as supplementing its preparatory courses WANTED AN INTERPRETER United States Looking for a Stan Who Can Understand and Talk tho Croatian Language The United States is hunting for a man qualified to act as Interpreter in the Croatian and Lithuanian languages at the port of New York The United States is being scoured for such a man Dr Alexander Schaap who declares he can read 16 languages said It will be hard to get an Interpreter in Cro atian and Lithuanian I am free to confess that I am ignorant of those languages Mans vocal organs have their limitations and if they get an Interpreter who is any good he will be an all round lingual athlete of rare ex cellence Croatia and Lithuania are Slavonic provinces on the Russian border To properly articulate Croatian words one must have a rubber mouth a rubberneck and leather lungs recnforced with patches on the inside From the way It looks on paper I am of the im pression that writing it requires the use of both hands and feet On hearing two Croatians in con versation and not seeing them one would imagine that there Vvas a dog fight in the vicinity I dont anticipate that it Is going to be easy to get men to take part in the examination on February 0 Insanity vs Hard Lack An Indiana man is charged with in sanity because he burned up 3000 in currency If he had lost it in a bucket shop comments the Chicago Times Herald his friends would have regarded it simply as a case of hard luck vieir York Bridge Z7err York city proposes to expend S3MH00 ea two bridges r r- l r- l I r P M H MARCUM nepRessNTira SWflNflBRAAl iiftT 60 t LOUISVILLE KY Our line ot Hats Gloves andc Umbrellas now ready for Spring f1899 Dont fail to see it Our s S Straw and Crash line surpasses g anything on the road We guar 8 5 antee to please STYLE fiND PRICES CORRECT We solicit your trade and guar I antce good goods honestly rapes S sented r 5IClihiiwlhu iiim- n omav J5gMX COLUMBIA KY v Iri r v I OLD GOLD AND SILVER fim Bought At Market Prices iK I jjx ISewing Machine Mater v vx sal Always On Hand w QbQ in I2 MKIIIDRT SOT4 LiIIQ 8 Blacksmiths + AND WoodworkersColumbia Ky We are prepared to do all kinds of woik In our line and if you need re pairing done on your Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember us ytiresbolts Our prices are right and Fads faction guaranteed Give us a call Newly Furnished Amerlcnn Plan J1CO Per Day 3lic Jcr s 3otcf MEALS 25c j523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KV NIC BOSLER flgr Wllmore Hotel WM WIUIOKE Prop Gradyville Kentucky ne T HERE Is no better place to stop than at the aboved named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclassS Feedtable GORDON MONTGOMERY QYlQjlftJl tW COLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties Collections a specialty SaTOflke up stairs over Paulls drug store ID3R Q IDri1jNImV W i 16 ap t DEN TIBT i AIL c YORK ATTENTION GIVENING IKKEQULAK TEETH AND TO THE SAVING OF THE NATURAL TEETH lOFFICE TUTT BUILDING rUSE THE Monarch Coffee ls fF It Is the best on the murket and si sold by W U Lyon the grocery man and Is handled In Columbia by Reed x- C Miller Frank Sinclair Willis Bros 4 Russell S Murrell and W L Walker SEATS + SARSAPflRILLA The Best Made It Purifies Be Blood find FORTIFIES TH6 Sostemflflaliist Disease JORSALEnY J T E PAUL Columbia Ky DR M 0 SALLEE H EJi Careful Attention riven to met chanical and prosthetic dentistry and dental surgery I OFFIOEpver IItiglies Coffey Hnnter e COLUMlIALs kto J rte k T r- i TB AllAIR GOUNTY NBWSI Published Every Wednesday BY TllE Adair Gounty News So INCORPORATED OFFICEOver M Cravens drugstore parser Kabila Square and CampbeHrille yLlcc devoted to the laterA Democratic newspaper eiti of the city of Columbia and the people of- Adalr and adjacent counties Entered at the Columbia Postoffice second ewunaU matter SVBSCR1PT N RATES ONIv YEAR f1OO fOe BIXMONTHS6TRICTIY IN ADVANCB CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor jDnRTISING RATES Lora otlces ten cents per line for first In sertion andtflve cents per line fur each gnbse iptcnt Insertion DISPLAY ADS spaoe 1 Inch n Inches B Inches 4 Inches 6 inches A 1t 1117x If 50- 75gg lbO3CO too z iroli0 150 201 1200 Zoo 600I 9 Mo- X300 400 0- 0so I 00 is rF 24O 6MO 300 6 60 00 7 sO I 20 3000 1000 0 4 00 1 Yr 1500 700 1000 H 3000 4501 There will be no departure from these rates ender anyclrcnastanccs WEDNESDAY FEE 14 ExCongrecsman J B McCreary is now the lender of the Democrat io party of Kentucky Taylors rump legislature has left London and returned to Frankfort The body is power lesstoo short in the poop It was a matter of small impor- Its to where Taylor assembled th Republican part of the Legislature whether in London or Liverpool it could nither make a law nor Tepeal one The Legislature will appropriate 100000 to bo usd in running down the assassins of Guy Goebel It is not tho pesos hired fool who fired the shot they are so anxious about It is big gume Judge Taft was to decide Mon day whether the Federal Court had jurisdiction in Kentucky election muddle It is the opinion of the lawyers here that the United States Court is without authority to act State 1 wilding at Frankfort is J still in the control of the troops six companies number 300 men being on tho ground Gatlin g guns are also planted ready for action In the meantime the seat of Government has been opened at Louisville both branches of the J holding their regular sessionsI who was a Democratic candidate for Lieut Gore nor befor the Louisville conven tion is a holdover Senator in Tay r lors rump legislature The people convincedare now thoroughly that Hon Bill Thorne was right i when he said Hays was the best I Ibredman fide 111 Keueucky on hi Dr Deboe who wanted to seat Taylor or wade in blood up to his eyes was the first to throw up the 7 sponge He telegraphed Taylor as follows from Washington c The Democrats intend that if b a any violence occurs you shall b the aggressor You will by forcible resistence alienate all who for merly sympathized with yo case Twentyfive thousand people were 11 Frankfort to attend the funeral of Gov Goebel Rain fe- in 11 torrents and only about Sv thousand marched in procession Besides religious services at the vault Senator Blackburn and Gov Beckham and others delived touching orations The final burial of Gov Goebels remains will take place this week Hon C M Clay who was personally associated in the Senate U and in the Constitutional Convene tion with Mr Goebel but differed with him on sonic of the issues of the last campaign pays hint th9 highest tribute in a letter to the press He says George Wash r iu ton was no greator patriot and friend of the common people than wtittathe fearless William Goebel who hg gone tea glorious though lttislel death cut down by the P Wttfdireit bulletof r an Rssasejiir 4 1 f Mr Taylors adjournment of thi Legidluture his deaianda Unit it should meet in London and his j pijventiaxn from meeting in its regular hull in Frankfort by thu purser of the bayonet bus justly received the condemnation of the daily press through the entire of country regardless of party His excuse was that a state of insur rection existed at tho tune in Frankfurt j but his real and only object was to prevent it front de ciding the contest Mr Goebel at is that time was mortally wounded and on his death bed j so if a de cision of tho oon teat coxrtd Have been delayed a few days Taylor doubtless felt that his opponent would be cut cf the way and that he would hold tho reins of Government in this State It was no more nor no less a desperate ad venture the tramping under foot the laws of the State the usurpation of power to protect himself in tho holding of office We might ask why he pushed the Legislators out of their hall and ordered the State soldiers to disperse them if No man can say that it wusdue to a stnto of insurrection existing in Frankfurt for thi same soldiers that prevented their meeting were amply able to protect them in the discharge of their Legislutivedti ties Mr Taylor may tnlk about a partisan Legislature his party may join him in his accusation but it is a fact that the most ex tremely partisan tendencies und acts that have ever been exhibited in this State are attributable to Taylor and his party associates They have demanded all the law would givo them j they have sought to take all that the State soldiers could hold and finally sought to change the political l power of the Legislature by assembling it at London knowin 3full well that the Democrats woul not meet there but could they have secured the presence of a few Democrats just enough to constitute a quorum the Legislature would have been Republican am Taylors bidding would have beet dune It is the most extremely partisan act that was ever attempt ed in any State and without the sanction of law and to accom plish their purpose warrants were issued for some of the absent Demooratc members of the Legis stare to be conveyed to London as prisoners but this was too bold too aggressive and doubtless the fear of future politIcal punishment rolled over the mini of Taylor and no arrests were made Had the Democratic part of the Legislature recognized Mr Taylor as Governor and obeys his order to meet in London we aoufideutly believe that some charges would have been made against many of them and arrests made to reduce the Legislature to a Republican basis Taylors acts show absolute tyranny and such methods will destroy our govern meat if pursued fur enough and theirs no excuse to otTer save the gratification ofa few ambitious men We can not see how any man who loves peace respects the law and cherishes liberty could indose such proceedings sThe political situation in this State has given the press of the entire country an opportunity to advertise Kentuckians as a lawless and bloedthirsty people and the many references to the moun tain feuds that characterises the section have been applied to thee entire State We believe that the present troubles will seriously re tard our industrial advancement rand assuming that order follows confusion peace comes after war and union after division we fear that Kentucky will not be an invi ting field for outside capital re gardless of her many great nature al resources It ian undeniable fact that the prime cause of this entire trouble is due to flagrant violation and utter disregard of law The press of the country however is fixing the blame where it belongs and that is on the Re publicans who have been the lead ers and advisers in bringing abou the most desperate State of affairs ever witnessed at the Capital of any State but while this is true it matters not who disrupa the peace and destroys our progress tho harm done will show its blight fug effects on our material ad vancemeuts and wo believe that it will take yenta of peaceful and orderly living to reinstate our former good name and standing among the peaceful domains that iurfcmud us Law in evety Stale should be obeyed Nu party is a 0 r ItsinItcrthe welfare of the entire people atid when it steps outside of the lots to t f Scluimedthan anarchy and to the extent its transgressions equal punish mont should be inflicted and we believe that it will be done by the indignant intelligent law abid lUg people irrespective of political views when the next opportunity presented to cast the ballot The law is our rule of action and the party who transcends its a bounds should be retired from its administration Dr T1 Eaton in the last issue of his paper The Western Recorder denies the charge made against him as published by the the CourierJournal last work Dr Eaton has hitherto been regarded a as a great man by the Baptist an able concilor and a true Christian and we regreted to see such a charge made against him j true would have seriously par ulyzed his influence for doing good but his plain positive and emphatic denial should and we trust will be accepted by all who rend the charge made against him which was I am sorry theyshot the poor fellowjI wanted to see him hung The above quotation contain the alleged words of Dr Eaton in reference to the assassi nation of Gov Goebel which the Doctor emphatically denies JAMESTOWN Next week will be circuit court Miss Hettle Moore McKinney is vis icing relatives In town this week Mr D Dowell of Lula having rented a house from Mr Hays has moved to town The ladies of the W C T U are whichdMr C II Murrcll Columbia made a business trip here last week There is a big tide In the river and the boats are making up for lost time 1Frank Falkenburg Jr1 who has reiin Missouri for the past year has turned home Mr R R Rowe who has been at tendlnga business college at Louisville has accepted a position as traveling salesman and is now soliciting orders Mr J W Warren having rented a portion of the house now occupied by Judge Sharp will move his family this week Mr Elias Dunbar an old and highly respects gentleman who lives near town is quite sick Mrs W S Stone was called to the bedside of her little grandson at Row ena last Monday who is dangerously Ill with pneumonia Mrs Mariah Jones died at her home in this city the fith inst She was aboutninetyycarsoldandprobablytholdest e the mother of four sons who with her husband lead proceeded her to the Spirit Land She was a good Christian and was often heard to remark sh had fought a good fight had finlshe- the course and had kept the faith Working Night And Day The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr Kings Mew Life Pills These pills change weakness into strength lIstlessness in to energy brainfag into mental ppw er Theyre wonderful in building up the health Only 25c per box Sold b T E Paull CANE VALLEY Clarence Page and Jim Sublett were visiting relatives near Grcensburg Sat SundaytMiss Fannie Hatcher Camp Knox was visiting her sister Mrs O R Banks last week Eld Dunsford Hodgenville will move to this place and preach for us year this C M Breeding one of our most popular farmers has sold his farm to Jake Baultfor 1800 and will move to Texas in a short time James E Rice bought a pair of nice mules from Bob Parrott for 8150 Rev Barnett preached a very inter esting sermon at the Baptist church to a large congregation last Sunday SPARKSVILLE Mr George Roberts made a business trip to Campbellsvlllo last week progresstProf JHi Nell John Coomer is very low with ty- phoId fever Prof Porter Price is teaching a slog ing school at AntiochIMr J H Waggoner Cloyds Land fag who has been visiting relatives and friends at Butlers Fork for the past few days has returned home RevJohn Roach ctedservkefJ at New Baptist church Sunday Mr J W Sparks Is at Craetebbro- Mn John BTelb KfdlBViil was vW tr lugVt Mr J Iirwiteoas HtilekI Y j GLENSFORK IThe 2nd quarterly meeting of tho East Columbia Circuit M E Churcu South Rev J A Johnson in charge convened at thin place Saturday and unday the 3rd and 4th lost PUSV J Murrell P E presided and baptized some members on Saturday Otis WIlburn sold his property in this place to Mr L C Blair for 300 He also sold his farm known as the Joseph Bardln place to L J Wilkin son for 460 Mr Wilburti contem plates going to Texas J L Wilkinson has quit bucking staves and has located his shingle ma chine saw and grist mill near his home mile above this place Messrs A Bennett S V and J E Wilkinson are preparing to put up a saw and grinding mill at this place The Mount Zion revival has now rounded up three weeks and 30 con- versIons are reported Rev J A Johnson this plrce did most of the preacliirj and for a young man with his tint cbarge Lsprovinghimself quite revivalist yiOo Reward 100 The radirs of this paper will be pleased lo learn that there is at least one dreaded discos that science has been able to cure In all its stages and that Is catarrhUalPs catarrh euro is the only positive cure known to the medicine fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease rcquiresa constitutional treatment Halls catarrh cure is taken Internally acting direct ly on the blood aud mucous surfuu of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and gives the patter strength by building up the const tuton aud assisting nature to do its work The proprietors have so mutch faith in its curative power that they otter One Hundred Dollars for any case that it tails to cure send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney S CO- Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls famly pills are the best L HKLL TINNER Columbia Ky 1 AM PREPARED TO DO ROOF ing Guttering Spouting or any kind of work done by a firstclass tinner I also use the galvanized guttering with patent wire hang ers Satisfaction guaranteed I Sell the best Churn on the TlarketJ- Gff Next door to W L Walkers To Cure La Grippe In Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets All druggist refund the money i it fails to cure E W Grot esstgna ture onevery box 25 cents A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni- ca Salve will kill the pain and prompt ly heal it Cures Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Corns all Skin Eruptions Fes boxddruggist I think I would go crazy with vain were it not for Chamberlains Pain Balm1 writes Mr W H Stapleton Hcrmine Pa I have been afllicted with rheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number i but Pain Balm is the best medIcinE I applicationyrelieves the pain For sale byM Cravens Columbia K- yARMY LIFE e of Cm B Warnero- fBristol TL left Its mark on him In what physicians called a hopeless case cf heart tolls how his uto was spared c7a96 two physicists my east bootless sad said I had heart dis ease in its worst form that it was we less to doctor nothing would ewe me In March 97 Dr Miles Heart Curt and have not had a symptom of tie disease since It savedmy life DR MILESr HeartCure iI jEtriaiee1ouebeuelle 01 h 1tiidrd M t h y rC I t900ISUN E MON TUB fie WED = k THU y FRI F SAT 4 IIIg 25 5 12 I9 26 6 13 20 27I I I I I J SI First Quarter 6th Full Moon 14th Last Quarter 22d ti LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping t 855 15 Light shipping 4 504 85- Bcst butchers 4 2o4 50 Fair to good butchers 3 504 00 Common to medium btchr 3 003 40 noose Choice packing and butch ers 225 to 300 lbs 49 Fair to good packing 180 to 200lbs 495 Good to extra light 160 to 180 Ibs 4 75- SIIEEP AND LAKHS Good to extra shipping Sheep 425x475 Fair to good 3 75i 25 Common to medium 3 C03 75 SilveroSTANDARD NO 713 N S R ThIs beautiful bay stallion was sir d by Silver Ring Sr he by Bubbles lOn Time dam Lady Mounts by Cabulls Lexington First dam by Limber Jim second Old Drennon third thorough bred SILVER KING JR Is as richly bred as any combined countyf el His disposition can not be sur passed and taking all qualities into consideration there are only a few horses in the country his equal This fine horse will make the season of lOOo- i on A C Jeffries farm 1 mile west of Eppersons mill and one mile east of Joppa at the extreme low price of f500 to insure a living colt If mare is istMy jack Wade Hampton will be permitted to serve mares at the same place for 500 to insure a living colt Description and Pedigree Wade Hampton is an iron grey 141 hands 7 years old and guaranteed to be a suo pcrbbreeder HewasSiredbyCIssells Jack he by Imported Mammoth Dam by Grundys Old Duke Mr H II Collins a wellknown mule man of Tay for county saysIII saw ten of the above named Jacks colts sold at J B Spurlings sale and I consider them far above the average of mules of the country C G JEFF IES ftetna Life insurance Go o- FHRRTPORD CON N CHARTERED 1020 Assets 54600000 Surplus 8000000 0The Aetna will write you a 15Pay merit Life Policy for the same or a less rate than other firstclass compaples will write you a 20 Payment Life Policy thereby guaranteeing to save you 5 full premiums and 5 years in time On tbebaslsQfequalcosttbe JETNA GUARANTEES more insurance greater extensions greater cash and loan values and greater paidup values at the end of equal periods of time than any other companywPolicies absolutely incontestable af ter one year Nonforfeitabip after two years on limited pay policies The LOWEST RATES of any first class company For further information call on or address W D JONES Agent- Columbia Ky Hart Hardware Go LOUISVILLE KY o Your trade is Solicited and Salis4 v faction Guaranteed Represented by W SHILL CAMI B = LLVILLK t 1 t 7 4- 2I 28 I 8 15 22 2 9 z6 23 3 toi7 24 ipil i RI YOUNG W P HANCOCK Young Hancock 5 LIMERYMEN fZrrc have a new and comm lious stable Good stock and good rigs Careful drives employed Your patronage solicited New Store stt Russell Springs 0ftThe GoodaStore at the above named place We handle Dry W Gods Notions Booots and Shoes Clothing Grocer fa ies Hardware Saddlery and Harness We make a specialty of Clothing We invite your trade J D 7VOHKN 5fc BRO If e m00a E- Rductio i in Prices i i LoIn order to make room for spring goods from ths time on we shall a roffer certain lines of winter goods at cost or less We deal in Dry Goods Motions Boots Shoes Hats Caps 4 Hens Boys and Childrens Clothing G Groceties Hardware and Harness We have one lot off Boys flats that We Will Close Out at 10 Gents fftlso One Lot of Mens Fibs at 5 Gents These goods are worth a great deal more but we need tho room they occupy Come and see us we have bargains all over g 0 our house and remember we not beundersold We 0lyinvite our Mends to call Willi look through our stock 4 Jiugfyes Go eg flunter I ii Vv rinn6rS 6h6 O Gash 1i i 91 STOREIs the place co go to get Goods cheap I have some of the best clothing for the money of any store in Columibia and I ha ve a line of shoes that I propose toselcheap l than they have ever been sold for before in this little city My Grocery stock and other lines are complete and too numerous to mention in this space I want to turn my stock over several times this season and in orr t to do this I will sell for a close margin I am ndl talking j a nonsense but these are facts I appreciate what the people have done for me since I came f to Columbia Dud I will prove itto l you in the future if you givo mo your trade v want to double my bushes this year and v to do ehis will sell at a very close c margin for cash Give me a call Rospt t j rC1t T A iUj1 i 1 t r t- y ADVOCATES COAST DEFENSES Representative Cooper of Wlscoa eta Thinks However Men Shosld De Provided to than Them- I am in favor of strengthening the navy to meet all the requirements of the nation Raid Representative Cooper of k Wisconsin and It is just as important to build coast defenses These two important works can be carried on simul tanepusly Our country should be fortified in such a way as to make it secure from attacks and it is also im portant to preserve the fortifications already constructed and provide enough men to care for the guns It is a well estnblishcd fact that the guns mounted in till emplacements at thetcoast cities deteriorate at the rate f 25 per cent a year and the importance of providing enough men to care for them is manifest We have already spent 03000000 in fortifying our coast nnd unless men are provided to look after these improvements they will be almost worthless in a few years I am heartily in favor of the Endi cott plan which provides for a system of fortifications at 27 ports requiring 667 heavy guns and 824 mortars of modern construction Since the war with Spain the country is deeply inter ested in all matters pertaining to the national defense nnd the people are willing the public funds shXMild be ex 4 pended in making the country safe from attack There is a disposition on the part of the members of congress to be more liberal in this respect than they were some years ago and congress can be depended upon to do everything that is required of this nature BLOW AT FLAT BUILDINGS Alderman Griffith of Chicago Wants the OldFoHliloucd Rome Restored Alderman Griffith will try to legis late the people of Chicago out of big laborsaving apartment buildings by proposing an ordinance to limit the height to four stories lie thinks there are thousands of men and women who leave their happy homes for the sake of ensconcing themselves in some apartment building or socalled hotel From a sociological point of Jew the alderman from the Twentyfifth ward said such an ordinance would be salu tary He said- People are getting lazy living in these big apartment buildings It destroys the home features of American citizenship and the council should try to check such tendencies Then these fashionable people who can afford to live in family hotels or apartment build Ings give up their residences and die charge an army of domestic servants They have no more use for their cook or chambermaid or butler and as a friend of labor 1 think the individual aretnewfangled apartment houses to suit me Conveniences are all right in them towny The servant girl problem may cut some ice in this question but if we stopped these six end eight apartment buildings we would have more homes and more servants BLIND BUT SHAVES HIMSELF Mr Conden Chaplain of the Rouse Wields tbe Ilazorln HU Own Behalf Recently Representative Graff was r seated in a barbers chair at the capitol when a boy came in and handed the bar ber who was shaving him a small leather covered box If I should give you a hundred guesses said the barber i to the congressman you would not be able to tell me what this box con ref know what you have There are six razors belonging to Chaplain Couden responded the barber and whenever they are dull he sends them here to be sharpenedThere be nothing curb us about Chaplainpermits a barber to touch his face While Dr Couden has been blind for a number of years it has been his practice to shave himself and so well does he do it that he seldom if ever nicks his face and according to thto barbers story is less liable to do so than a man who has the use of both eyes Cc to the Rise In Price A Canadian girl has been in a trance since Christmas There are no details says the St Paul Globe as to who sent the diamond ring- ISLAND EXHIBITS Commissioner General Peck Prepar lug to Slave Cuba nud Hawaii Rep resented afMnrls Exposition Commissioner General Peck Is pre paring for the exhibits from Cuba and llftwaii at the Paris exposition Mr Peck has cabled instructions to the American architect in Paris to com plete plans for the erection of two s kiosks for the separate cxhibitsfrom Cuba and Hawaii The kiosk will be located adjoining the Manufactures building Senor Qucsada will have charge of the Cuban display under the direction of Commissioner General befr which is being used to transport Amer lean exhibits to Paris sailed from c Havre for New York a few days ago 1 It is expected that the Prairie will make her second trip to Prance with t of exhibits to Paris the latter t Illllrtuf January and a third trip later lr on Is a possibility fJ f A PazzIlag Question J 1t An Omaha paper has offered a prize of jjECdollars to the person who gives Ibe best answer to the question How f ron n woman best retain her hus canfj ChIcagort jt II II Only Coitlil lie Arranged v y r The strike of the piano workers is t said to beovcri how says the Chicago TJerprd if tome one iould arrange a f strike of the piano Jmunders the world iwould be happier I 4I rj Cllllupaue- r i ftt asserted that the wine cellars enoughtyearirrijrariy 150000600 bottles I i t k 1 ISURPRISES SOCIETY year which or Ballet Danes One of the Features at a Dinner PartyyeE Ron a Cincinnati Rosters Provided the Her Guests with Unique nnd Or cnly llsntfnl Entertainment lIke river Dinner Is Served Ballet girls in Spanish costumes danced at a private dinner given by and Mrs M Goldsmith at her home in Beecher avenue Cincinnati the otherAevening Mrs Goldsmith entcrt 30 ladies at cards from two un il five oclock when all the were invited into the great dlnIngGo room The table was beautifully dec crated and the vians appeared to be the best but upon investigation proved to be Imitations of the real things Col Everything on the table from the flowers and fruila down to the turkeys and vegetables were made of bisque A beautifully decorated bas ket was at the side of each guests draft to receive the fake dinner pieces which were carried away as souvenirs of the affair After the fake dinner and its attendant fun were over the real dinner was served The guests were surprised at the close of the banquet when the room was suddenpu ly darkened and from unseen corner the strains of the orchestra were of heard red No sooner had the music started It than two great folding doors were thrown open and in danced 30 of the prettiest ballet girls from one of the they local tneaters They circled graceful ly around the room each bearing an electrically lighted cut glass plate on But which rested the Ice creams The light shone through the cream with beautiful effect The entrance of the ballet girls caused a sensation as the to guests were totally unprepared for anything of the sort After dancing a few minutes the girls waited on thepll guests and while they were finishing the dinner the girls gave a series ofptbeautiful ballet figures Mr Goldsmith whose wife was the evenings hostess is a retired business man and is immensely wealthy The idea of the burlesque dinner is borrowed from one of a like nature thatro he attended in Paris a short time ago and nothing so elaborate had ever been given before in this country ARMY POST FOR DES MOINES Dill In Congress for the Establish ment pItheGen Hull chairman of the military affairs committee of the house secured a favorable report upon a measure in troduced by him providing for the es tablishment of a military post at or near Des Moines Ia The committee- in its report says Jt is the policy of the government to abandon the smaller posts on what has been known as the frontier nnd to concentrate troops near large centers of population and rail road centers This policy will be con tinued as the Indians are grouped on reservations and the necessity for small detachments of troops to protect setwtiers disappears Des Moines is one of the great railroad centers of the west having ten roads which with their branches reach every part of the state and could be used to transport troops to any point on the Mississsippi or Missouri river to protect the great bridges across those streams It is situated in the gUnitedtained there at a minimum cost The climate is healthful and troops can be kept at the highest efficiency and could be thrown into any of the great cities of the middle west in a few hours at a small expense The measure is alsrindorsed by the war department offl vials who have asked for the establish i mcnt of a fort near Des Moines BIG METEOR FALLS IN OHIO The Strange Experience of William Albert While Working In a Field A strange sequel to the terrific shock i ns of an earthquake felt in all parts of Tuscarawas county 0 two days agwhas come from the town of Pearl sit uated near the county boundary southwest of Canal Dover The shock oc curred about two p in and was distinctly felt here and in all parts of theycounty BuUdings trembled and glas s was rattled in many windows Thetel ephone exchanges were swamped wit inquiries as to the cause but no plausi ble explanation could be given WU i Ham Albert a former living near Pearl In company with his two sons were working in a field when the shock oc curred The father first heard a whistling sound and looking aloft was terrified to see a huge burning ball flying through the heavens The three watched the flight of the strange mis site which left a trail of smoke and fly ting particles in its wake Simultaneously with its disappearance the men distinctly felt the ground tremble beneath them and were so unnerved that they left their work nnd went to the house An effort is being made to 10 cote the spot where the missile fell which may throw some light on the strange occurrence It is believed t have been a meteorite of mammoth darmyi mensions TORPEDO BOATS An Extension of Time Granted tile Builders of the Vessels Au thorised by Congress An extension of time win be grante- the torpedo boat builders It wits agreed that the requests should be granted especially as there was much difficulty in getting forgings from steelmakers The latter have powerletocause is traceable to the people at the mines The raw material cannot b prod need in sufficient quantities to meet all the demands irade upon the steelmakers Another feature which complywithtime was the lack of facilities for taking care of completed craft of that class There are no means of housing or otherwise protecting torpedo boat Tbdepartment i W wlitck ceaefcA D1ICGDdatet1tisf 1 vwtiJi xiii w i J 1 r1w IIm 1 c3 5 E v f s t torn torpedo boa barn to be erected at the lioston navy yard and was planned to accommodate 15 20 boats Itis likely that the torpedo boats will be delayed fully one and perhaps two yenta Partiality of Santa CIa aGAs far as heard from proudly says Chicago Record Chicago is the city that received a nice new I as a Christmas present AntiHorse Thief A oclntlon The Oklahoma AntiHorse Thief ai sociatlon has 150 subordinate lodge over 3000 members I TO I Buildings in Small I Towns as Educators Marsh Advocates the Erection of a Public Onliains In livery City In the Country SnsBcsU a Patriotic Room JiCf Instead of paying 100000 for public buildings in small towns said Col Marsh of Warsaw I would limit their cost so as to construct ten or fifteen buildings for that amount As rapidly as the receipts of the government would allow I would erect a building in every city in the JIt country That would have the effect making the people feel that they some interest in the government v would in a manner instill patriotism I in the young people of the nation Now they have schoolhouses which fit call our schoolhouses and when they go to the state capital they seethe state buildings and they are ours in the possession of n govern ment building they would feel that they had n direct interest in the government of which they are a part and which they give their support- In each of these buildings I would 7have n room set aside to be used for purposes T would permit the i1 young people to gather there for the e of indulging in discussions- in 7 regard to our government I would have the declaration of independence- and the constitution painted upon the wall in such large letters that they could be seen from all sections of the I would have the American flag there and a picture of Gen Washington It would not be necessary 7j for the government to furnish these things as some one would come forward and supply them If this plan were adopted there would be a perceptible growth of patriotism on the of American youth MARRIED TO WRONG ONE AVllllani Leary Weds a Girl at Chica go Under Her Grandmothers Name William Leary of California wh breaks horseshoes and log chains into souvenirs threetimes a day at a Chi cage museum married a wife and lost her In three hours the other day Returning to his hotel his afternoon turn over the young man of 23 met 18yearold Mary Prebyl in West Madison street Within an hour he had on her to join his fortunes wooing a her with a promise to show her the trick of climbing a ladder of swords unshod Together they rode down to pigs county building took out a mar riage license and riding back to Hal sled street were made man and wif by Justice Severson Over the ice cream of the dinner Mrs Leary confessed with that it couldnt last long na grandmothers name not her own appeared in the license and certificate Goodby grandad she called as she Iran out of the restaurant iSeveron when the man rushed bad into his court declared that tbe mar iago was legal and must stand Am I my wifes husband or grandfather 4 demanded Leary I I must take that question under advisement answered the judge MACHINE GUNS- Otaolal Tests Made of Weapons for the Army Colt Can JlaS Be Selected In a short time the war department ill designate machine gun for adsp lion by the army The experiments conducted at the Springfield armo r with a view to securing a highly efii dent machine gun have been completed the army ordnance officers The hotchkiss colt maxim and carr auto competitivelyh e experiments has not been received Its learned however that the perform ance of the colt and hotchkiss pieces was satisfactory The maxim and carr pieces burst before the experiments had reached the stage of the endurance treat the carr failing when less than 100 rounds had been fired from it The hotchkiss and colt pieces were sub jected to extremely severe endurance and their performances were ad mirable The hotchkiss gun fired 450 rounds in five minutes and the menu facturcrs claim it could have been made ready for another such lest within five minutes The performance of the colt gun under the endurance test was sat isfactory and it is the opinion of some that this gun will be selected for th The Small Boy on War The Atlanta Constitution prints tha following as from the fertile brain of one of itsyouthful contributors 1Ya isa Cruel Thing It makes the men Widders an the Small Boys U- phantes Bu Maw says some of tbo worthIItimes when their Husbands is Killed Pa has been in tbe war twice butM says looks like he never will g BilledtI Woes of the Rich It has finally been found that the late Cornelius Vanderbilt left only- e 75000000 instead 150000000 as was ilret reported firt4heirs expect however to got fionef life insurance e which with tbe femiMnisi pt the for wUKpriBbfibly says y them to worry w1 i Aiti til be youngerr members o theft itlygel old enough tto support themselves 1ix Teel TItU jlRart Oily one waif in 9M tGr rlbdJt 1at i f j F I trAnMMo H Om UPI w COLE CLERK aJOg II IIIJ JinhIC PATRIOTISM yed 1JlrIIIWenable vltI vw 1THe neSTI I I FREE AT IN IN IN IN IN 111 e t dJlC KY I I 1III hii7i ONLY 100 PER YEAR COINAonI I I I 1M ih I n11t I1I 111111 i iii1III J IIII Q- 7i w V 7K 1 R If L v 5 LJ 1tJl i1I c 71Cc I 0 71 SIX I 15 Work Adair Russell Green and solict ned cQ + M ors o a Ii MOST LOCATED AND DUCTED 20 HOTEL IN TUB CITY NEAn TIE THEATRES CnUBCHfM AND ALE HOUSES OF TUB CITY r JreE 50 a a Y 1 i + i 0 0 4 DOORS AND u uuuuUuUHuHhuu W pay est Ihegi 7CiitItIAI fiATPRCES TOE faair Gountu N6WS I- lgecentlp cJtatest trtpltI irpcI IfitItItVIV III1ItII1V111111 JOHNSTONS tST LAUNDRY ROOMSw KYiiTaylor counties ci- 5i5 REED MILLER AGENTS wvvwtiwiliivitivvT Fifth JIvenuE ffiotdf MANAGERoCENTRALLY WIIDLEI OUI5VI EENrrUCKSf Henry Koehiert SASHk price ilitteb MOUIBINGS LUMBE1p LUMBER Send for our latest price list I 12th and Sih anti 1 KY CLEVELAND HAS LIQUID AIR Charles finish Makes Host Success tai Experiment with Ills Machine Liquid air was produced in Chive land 0 the other day by Charles P Brush the inventor of the electric light nearly the whole basement of hIs residence In Euclid avenue being given to what Is said to be one of tho finest private laboratories in the world Over a year ago Mr Crush ordered one of the air machines for his corn pany and another smaller one for thee University of Michigan his alma mater This latter machine has been set up and running for some time The erection of Mr Brushs machine in his laboratory was just finished and- o it was run for the first time Speaking of the subject Mr Brush said conceiveras much colder than ice as ice is colder than molten tin The figures 312 der gvees below zero give n very faint idea of Its coldness So far as I have etbeen able to tell In the test of the have been using It seems perfect The machine at Ann Arbor has made more liquid air than the ion tract called for and I expect this will oas well The Ann Arbor machine has a guaranteed capacity of three quarters of a liter an hour and overruns that considerably This machine has a guaranteed capacity of a liter and a half but expect that It will produce half t nlJon of liquid air an hour or nearly that The machine Is driven by tenhorse power pas en gine run lo about half its power Mr Brash announced that he would rintcatslbBO eeteiifer6Jal tie for Jtlll thin t LitV 11 Juti rnc LARh WIOi r 4QOJ22 I Market L ULLE C7i 7j l7i ijUUtb I 7j the ate 5 aoa y1CiV 1 1 f from wtsuxu 3 G as 3LINDS4ND 4 OAK 11D POPLAR catalogue yand r Broadway Kentucky LOUISYILLE F I I a I- Y MYSTERY IN IRON COFFIN- Diggers tit Battle Creek Unearth Queer Receptacle of an Unknown Woman Diggers while leveling ground for a park at Battle Creek Mich the other day found several feet underground a most peculiar iron coffin It is shaped tofit the body of a woman ns perfect ly as if hot iron had been poured around her form The head Is inclosed in a helmet On the breast is a silver plate on which is inscribed Mary Mott The casket evidently had been In the ground for many years People who have lived In Battle Creek for half n century say they never heard of Mary Mott nor such a coffin Better TJmn Chromo A firm of English tea merchants offer to every married woman who buys a pound of Its 75cent tea for five consecu tire weeks a pension of 250 a week In case of the death of her busband provided be was in good health when she began to buy the tea The pension Is to continue as long as she remains a widow What Crimean War Cot England The Crimean war cost Great Britain 77QOOqOD of which 33000000 was an addition to th permanent national debt Something Ripectert of Them It js the Pittsburgh ChronicleTele graph that suggests that automobile drivers ought to hcve horse scare The DoEs Advantage Diplomats Hogs are not allowed to be mui Ted fn the District of Colum bliiV ThM eowments the New York Herald the g1ias more liberty than WB master v F c 4 5S KENTUCKY PLANING MILL yJobo G E T TOO DY lit co =vaucas Door Blind Sash Hfp e- STRiRS1tuws r in ougl c Dressed Lumber 75 SPECIALTY We make all our own work and it is Fuporior to No1 them work Estimates furnished by request Ninth St near Broadway LOUISVILLE K- YHOTEL PATTERSON 1 J7 MesTowILIY IS ANORJIAN MAYFIELD XY GT SV c ff phtc clap 1111 be fouiid t hats At the above named hotel It is now elegantly fnruihwl and the La iik t ui times snp iitll wit tile 1 first the r1lr1lt affords- tn 1I l wt1 jI th t J B PATf RSOK Proprietor 11111 J iIS LPS IIJlICU rY Independent Tobacco Warehouse NORMAN MYLES CO Proprietors DAILY ATJCTIO3ST SALE RETURNS PROMPTLY MADE 111Q TO 1125 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY S D HURST GEN L AGENT Four Months Free Storage Mark IIIuls Independent house 7117t71I7i7n7L171I7Ciioi 4IL v Vtwt I j AMERICAN PLAN 1 to X160 PER DAY 1 FRAME ECfcfEirr Blauasrcr 7fin ECKERT OTEL0svi 15 531 533 Market St 1 1 f5 it I wSB BRLL HEztDQV7 S fV i5 OPEN DRY AND NIGHT CD 7c itr solicited7i T 7itc = i1inliwini CO O A g D IJ Y PROPRIETORS OF TilE Lebanon 4 Marble Works LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of oro IlfARBLE 1I IpRIcaa LQyT V9RI UARAIT rDSpecial attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as inundations fronts etc W3I F JEFFRIES Local Agent ColunjWa Ky Cures Effected by GPanaceaOne Bottle Cured Where Physicon railed v Isold GF P ton young lady customer wliom our physician had given up as no good slienced notpay form Attcrtnkingnncbottleshe l wa9eutirelycaredand has b en fn good health eversince AlaItli Health Restored a I l f Iwas vijepk and Snvcrybad NII T Ji i T emJohen anytbim I ever6 X11M I nm nowinr hcaltlr and twin do my Xor1 Mns S LCli ArThek afflictedwombthatshewasnnabletOSOnbout c i three y mlJHR1 My vrifc was sick for seven yeajs suffering from the I t i i tiedoctorsandpaidoctaconscdcralosu c for ctfrom treat lIO F Pan tftmorcgoodtJumaleYcwchlIlus 1 fur six years greatCt rcmcdyf r soil ring Pc males ever LSoldL OERSTLE CO Proprs Cbattrnccga Term Cur SaIP by T EPaullt Druggist CulumjiiiKy vuc sav + naiwti 7 r S t J fbztheAddisread paper m tills pait of tl e Stati V Ia 1 c C Q r k h J I WfLKER MIDWINTER LEflRfNGE RlE 0 t Your last chance to secure bargains in Winter Goods consisting of my entire stock of the same winch has been marked down at near cost You must remember all of my goods were bought before the advance for spot cash and for the NEXT THIRTY DAYS I will sell for cash or produce only Clothing Clothing ri- r I Mens long allwool ulster overcoat the very best price 550 but now reduced to 4Mens1 heavy long Irish frieze ulsters former price 750 now 550 400 for a Mans black beaver overcoat for mer price 500 Blue and black Beaver extra quality with fancy lining they were cheap at 750 now 6 650 now buys the celebrated No 901 Mackintosh box coat all wool and extra heavy former price 9 450 will now buy you a brown woolfaced Mackintosh which would be extra cheap ae 650 450 for my guaranteed all wool heavy weight blue Mackintosh which was exceedingly cheap at 750 Ifyou miss this you have logtI bargain 275 for a light colored worsted face Mackintosh long with vel Yet collar a peach at the price former price 4 250 for a black all wool Mackintosh withcape full length old price 4 119 for Mens black cotton face Mackintoshes 150 4 for a Boys beaver overcoat 15 to 10 former price 5 They must go You will never have this offer again Mr E T Willis was in Louisville last week Mr John Q Alexander Campbells Tille was here Saturday Mr J B Lane Glasgow was in tht city last Saturday Mr E L Feese of Pellyton was in town Monday i Mr D L Curd Cave City was here last Sunday j Mrs M J Lovett returned to Horse I Cave one day last week Mrs J N Coffey and daughter were tlsiting near Gradyville last week Miss Berdie Powell was at home from Montpelier last Sunday Mr Jo Russell Jr of reached Columbia last Eld Lawrence Williams of ov111e nisi ted his parents at Montpelier last week Mr CL Faulkner of Uetcalfe county was visiting here the first of the week Mr Coy and wife of Nelson county are visiting relatives in and vicinity Mr John W Smith one of Adair countys best citizens is in a very low state of health Mr W B Harris who spent several weeks in Columbia left for Louisville last Thursday Miss Nettie Baker returned to Shel by county last aturday She will bo absent three months Messrs J F Patteson and Jo Coffey Jr attended a social at Montpelier last Friday night Mr J T Vaughan proprietor of the Commercial Hotel w- In s Columbia Monday Dr M O Sallee was In Cumberland county last week extracting molarrs He did a good business Misses Myrtle Morrison May Pick itt and Ada Squires werepleasant call ers at this office Saturday afternoon Mr F G Heaton who was formerly connected with the Spectator Tisited here last week Mr Heaton is now on the Indianapolis News Mr J L Coulton and wife nee Miss Lottie Maidwell of i are visiting in Columbia stopping at the residence of Mr Rollin Hurt I Dr F H Winfrey and Mr Lem Smythe this city Accompanied the officers on their successful raid into Green county last Thursday night Mr J A Chapman one of GlenI villes buslcessmen was in town Sat urday and kindly dropped a dollar the slot Let others come forward Mr J C Strange Burksville isn foreman on the Spectator Be oas heretofore been connected with the paper making many friends in Colum bla Mr Jas Garnett Jr wife and lit tle daughter Frances returned trom Alexandria La Monday night M Garnett and daughter have been sent several months Messrs Rollin Browning and Fred Robertson who started to Illinois one week ago returned Monday night Upon reaching Lebanon they hear that Illinois wasp sickly country a therefore returned to their respective homes where they will remain unti after the next social Mr A T Bartlett the axe handle man of Cane Valley was in town Saturday He shook hands with the News man and dropped a dollar in the shake Mr Bartlett isan energetic business tan ibd hay maDY friends in this set tloni HOTr w S wish others would give iKtbciMiM kind of a hand shake 4- M Y S LOCAL The 22d of this month will be Wash ingtons birthday We were forced to cut down some of our letters this weeks Easter comes on April 15 this year Lent will begin forty days earlier Green river Vas higher last week than It has been for several months In Metcalfe+ I It Is said wheat never looked better The roads are getting in good condi tion the recent high winds drying u the mud If you need life insurance and want j to get in a company that is a company see J E Murrell L The Columbia Mill Company is dearly doing a good business as it nearly every night last week This office has ordered new horse cuts for the spring trade It you need work of this kind give us a call adr A R Barbee has sold the Co lumbia and stage line to his son Mr J B Barbee Rev T F Walton delivered an interesting and logical discourse last Sunday night A large crowd was out IWe have a large stock of mans and ladies Mclintoshes Closing out for less than wholesale Russell Murrell Mr I Y Morgan has been appointed postmaster a t Ireland Cumberland county Mr H A Selfhaving resigned Dick Tandy of Taylor county was in Adair last week purchasing hogs He bought quite a number ata cents B T Roberts Sparksville Ky has three hundred poplar and ash trees which he will sell forl000 We have the best chilled plow on market The Improved Bissell wLic we are selling at old Russell S Murrell Remember Mr C M Breedings sale Friday the 23d of this month He advertises much stock and man other useful articles Stolen a large thermometer from my store door On the frame Is an lad of Dr E Classes medicines M Cravens Our spring stock of mens fine shoes will arrive this week All the newest and leathers Every pair guaranteed Russell C Murrell inMr S D Barbee will build Fever alorseveral additional rooms to his house J W Richards is the contractor and the work will commence at once Next Monday will be circuit court at Jamestown Persons who have busi ness with the Adair County News will find a representative of the paper upon abWe are receiving this Week a largo stock of straw matting new at beautiful designs You must buy your mattings early this season or pay a big advance Russell d Murrell 2t Thursday evening a party orI ladies met at the residence of Mr Jo Rosenfield There were music cha rades and an elegant supper It is spoken of as being a very enjoyable af fair Mrs W E Bradshaw party of young people last ThutMl night The ocm ion was arrtady ailing oat saying tfiat all prsseet Spent a lightful evening F1r- r 3 for boys long brown ulster all wool and firstclass grade but they must go former price 450 150 for mans duck overcoats former price 2 75c for wens black duck woollined former price 100 90c for mens heavy black duck lined overcoats 125 275 for Mens all wool suits former price 850 400 for mops all wool suite fancy length and finish 4 styles former price 500 500 formens1 Faultless tailormade suits cheap at 750 650 for mens Faultless tailor in ade suits fancy and plain formerly 750 650 for a faultless tailor made suit 5 styles former price 850 800 for a faultless tailormade suit former price 10 and 11 275 for a pair of Mens Fine Buckeye pants former price 850 250 for a pair mens fine Buckeye pants former price 3 90c for all wool jean pants 150 per pair for the entire 200 line 85c for a double front brown duck ove- rallSacrifice 100 for a pair of mens whole stock shoes only 50 pairs in this lot Do not wait until they are sold and then comealon and say I did not have them I have in this and other bargains besides 125 for a pair mens heavy split boots former price 175I1 for a pair mens fine shoes lace or congress 75c for a pair of ladies medium fine shoes worth 1 75c for a pair of ladies heavy oil grain worth ODe for a pair of ladies fine shoes worth 125 100 for a pair of ladies button shoes worth 125 I 41 W L WALKERS Cheap CashStore er IPERSONAL MENTION Louls111eI Campbellsville Campbellsville JOTTINGS ouraelghboringcouaty eVi1 Campbellsville prlcesnoadance squareis ilLast oftiiegxtLcrl andlGgaeaili IthII Shoe Sale everything advertisement I IItis astonishing that men will con tinue to engage in moonshining when they know that it can be but a time until their nefarious business is broken up and themselves put in pris on In the last year twentyfive distilleries have been destroyed in Adair and Green counties and yet the work goes on The Marshals run in go to one particular locality destroy from one to three outfits and before they can pet to Lebanon another one is storied in the same locality This bus- Iness will continue until the men who engage in it arc arrested It the offi cers can not find direct proof of guilt they can certainly secure circumstan convicPt iness will flourish There are men in this county who could swear out an sustain warrants but they are afra3 lo open their mouths believing their property would be they to squeal An officer has 1were to arrest a man without a t even if he has strong reasons to believe he Is guilty he must have authority to act These distilleries are ruining the young men of the community in which they operate and the parties who carry on the devilish business should be taken in Tell the Marshals who they are and they will soon be driven from the country Last Thursday night Revenue Agent Yates Deputy Collectors Hancock Archer and Hawkins made a raid ca Fry Green county and destroyed a still and 5 or G hundred gallons of beer within one hundred and fifty yards o Ed Lodgcns house Lodgen fired upon the officers with a Winchester the tire being returned About fifteen shots were exchanged but no one was hurt Lodgen made his escape A little tar ther on the destruction of a fine still and fifteen or sixteen hundred gallons of beer was accomplished supposed to belong to the Gilpin Bios At the last place quite a number of hogs were pen nod which the officers turned out It seems that in spite of the law this nee farious business will hold its own and destroyshd s that the shiners as well as the revenue men have the same idea that keeping everlastingly at it will bring success YMr J G Forrester of Harlan Ha f county Ky has been appointed numerator fcr the Eleventh Congressional District Each county is dlri ed into magisterial districts one enumerator to a district Adair county will be entitled to eight enumerators There arc only seven magisterial dis tricts but East and West Columbia will be given two enumerators It our understanding that the law re quics the county enumerators to be divided politically The appointments this county will not be made for sterol weeks The work of taking the census will have to be done in the month of June The Green River Valley Railroad Company has notified the people off Adair county what will be required them in order to secure the roposcdI road OIand the right of way This money would have to be donated Can it be raised Some think that it discertain a road will never be built through this section unless a tangible effort 13 made to secure alto It occurs to us that one of our representative citizens should be sent to headquarters for the purpose of getting on the Inside of what the Company proposes Then our people could be given a thorough understanding mdaall m Valleyng FrI ofI burBaldid hit retch kerns Until Sit SPeittxrlegi1t c We havea complete stock of horse collars collar pads harness traces- t back bands and all kinds of gearing cheap Russell S Murrell Adair county has not as much tobac co for market as she had last year still there will be a great many hogsheads shipped this comlngsummer It is believed there are more fish than usual In Russells Creek and the boys are getting their tackle ready and expect to angle many fine bass We understand that all the stoves on the yard at this place have been con j tracted for by Eastern parties They are now being rapidly hauled to the railroad i aredexamdI j luxuries For sale two good milch cows with young calves two mare mules one year old past and one good thoroughbred short horn bull two years old C R Cabell Camp Knox Mr C G Jeffries advertises his celebrated horse Silver King Jr and Wade Hampton a noted jack in this issue of the News Farmers should read the announcement wellrplenty of timber In good condition and only selltI C Hood Sunday night week Eld Z T Will lams will preach at the Christiani Church There will be no i ces in town on that evening as it will be Mr Williams last discourse here before starting to Palestine Paid list since last week Fred M Robertson James Quarles Miss Nettle Baker lilts Highly A Hughes James I Suddarth Levi Burbridge W G Mont gomery A T Bartlett J A Chapman W G Turner II G Chilson Mr R W Hurt who returned from Macomb lit a lew weeks ago says I that he liked that State very much lierge but that his health was much better in Kentucky dThe Circulating Library is circula ting The plan is loran for five years a new lot of books being received every three months There are many talus ble books in the fir consignment and I metasThe will of Mrs Malinda Campbell Campbellsville was probated sit the February term of the Taylor county court She gave her residence and lot I in Campbellsville to the Methodist I church to be used as a her personal property to her relativeI We are reliably informed revenue i officers that 4lericstion since last April They were not I all In Adair county Some that were I destroyed were being operated in r Green Ills a little remarkable that operators are seldom caught We understand that Jailer Mitchell has met some troublain Texas his tripI to that State being to bring back gitlre from justice His requisition papers were signed by W S Taylor theexllS1EXsueh TJo dare A Cold IH Qu Diy Take LutitiraBroaeQisinioaTatslc ts AJUmffrtoU the meaty if Li fills is urfwtGru JiUtre OIIeYerb ya 1 This office is justly proud of its support received from the people of Russell county We have never made a trip to Russell without doing a splendid business and there is scarcely a week but we receive orders for job work Our subscription list in the county is large and is steadily increas lug We publish all the Russell county news that taIls to our ears thereby making our paper a local publication for Russell as well as Adair We be in Jamestown a portion of willI week and during our stay we meet all our old friends and to make many new ones beerjthe present Federal Administration Alvin A Strange editor of the Spectator enters the Government Prin ing Office at Washington D C Pro T A Baker the Census Department same city Mr J J Biggs storehouse keeper Mr Strange will leave in about two weeks Mr Baker some time this spring and Mr Biggs Immediate ly Good salaries are attached to all the positions and we aregiad that the qualifications and excellent characters of said gentlemen have been recognized Burksville claims that she has been given first place for the Methodist training school The community is asked to give 810000 and the Herald is urging the people to subscribe the amount It is our understanding that gentlemen in this city have been not i tied that Columbia can get the school by the payment of 65000 and furnish ing the building now controlled by the Presbyterians Up to this date according to our Information a place has not been agreed upon and no mono ey definitely subscribed In talking with the business men Columbia we find that they are a- very 11 anxious for the political muddle at Frankfort to come to a peaceful and speedy settlement The trouble is affecting the local trade and no set of men know it and feel it more plainl than the merchants In this city trade of all classes has been remarkably dull fur the past fifteen days Every you citizen wants to see the matter code in order that the whole State may get down to business Mr J V White went to Campbells ville last Thursday just to see the slights It was a very rainy slay a Mr White said he weighed 90 poun more that evening than he did before leaving Columbia While there the train pulled in and he seized his horses believing the next minute would b0nsthe next which proved correct but team acted wisely Mr White says the train was a fine looker and he does not regret making the trip Commonwealths Atttorney Hen Aaron returned from the Monroe cult Court last Monday morning IIe reports but little business during the term On account of the sickness of Judge Jones daughter he could not attend and the court was held by Mr John Y7 Compton John9 Sam at Wm Harlau and John Acres were in dIeted for the murder of D O Sanders and admitted to bail Mrs Sarah Burt wife of Burl Hurtf died Jan 4th at her home in Sulphur sisteriof jr pellerand was u Bfttlvf of Adair coun thIslcountabout 00 years qld aBd died of peso mo ndIactive businew sum of this oltyfor the p1WID a h6erfttislMbu trad h- y i v Miscellaneous 60 cents for ft pair of white or grey blankets 85 tenth for a heavy winter shirt worth 65 cents 25 cents for n heavy knit overshirt worth 45 cents 38c each for shirts or drawers heavy fleeced They will not last long at these price 25 cents for a pair of heavycanton flannerdrawora 38 cents each for 100 white and colored laundered shirts worth 50 and 75 cents 38c each for 100 ladies corsets former prices 50 to 75c lOt a pair for 100 pairs mens moreno red sox cheap at 20o I also have a lot of remnants that must bo sold at onto They consist of all kinds of Dress Patterns Waist Patterns Skirt Patterns Cashmere Pant Patterns also a lot of remnants of Carpets and Straw Mattings which will be sold low down If you want bargains come at once toI all kinds of country produce and pay the highest mar st price stock principally sail perhaps has handled more horses mules and cattle than any other ten men in the county We hope to see him active again in a short time Hon J F Montgomery vent to Jamestown last Monday toeprobating of the will of the late Ber ryman lIon Mr Montgomery and Dr J A Dixon Burksville were nam ed as executors In the will but Mr Montgomery was undecided when he left as to whether he would quality or not Miss Archie Curry tvho lives a few miles from Columbia celebrated her twentieth birthday last Friday Quite a number of especial friends wereI present A magniliclent dinner was njuyedtceived a number of handsome presents Among those present from a distance was Mr J L Brockman Jamestown At the hour for the funeral Isroccshaion bearing the remains of G bel to leave the Capital Hotel for the Frankfort cemetery the church bells in many towns in Kentucky were tolled including those in Columbia It was a solemn reminder that one of Kentuckys greatest men was being borne to his tomb He is dead but In memory he will live forever Miss Betie Lewis who for a number tjlistjalargecongratulated The recent recital ten dered her nbrilliantwas a high testimonial in her honor Illustrated Kentuckianth ofMr N M Tytt is the Owner of a female hound that has Just dropper litter of six pups by the famous To Dog Top Dog won Unit place at the National Fox Hunters Association at Bowling Green dam won samYo the hound will understand that Mr bestdStatedStrayed or Stolen A brownish or yellowish colored pup about live or six months old shows some works of a hound Any infer mation that will lead to his recover Ildss ORADYY1LLD K Yuuug Columbia was with one day last week C S Ball is buying up all the fowls in this section at a good price Misses Claudie and Bessie Walker Nell entered college hero last Monday ryGeo II Nell bought last week in Cumberland county 80 head of sheep and G or 8 head of tattle Prof Wm McUaffree is in Bowling Green seendt re rives in our city Mr Arthur Bradshaw one of our best citizens is in very bad health at this time A B Wilmore spent allay or so last week at Montpalier There will be a donation sent fro our luwlLforthe monument that win be erected oycr the remains of our leader and Governor Cumbey lookiasng A tfeltrentfcrcd the chicken house nighItitk r h r their perch We think the thief was certainly Inexperienced for he left good impressions of his No 9 The minister traced the chickens In the permanently Prof P C McCatfree is teaching his second class in vocal music at Wood sonville YountColumbiahead also to J1 Diddle 25 head at 3325 per head Smith S Tell sold Charles Herrlford one two year old mule for 85750 Mesdames Sam Allen S D Caldwell and John Bell were visiting our community last week Mr Geo T Rodgers Milltown hu prlslnrtobaccoof tobacco Died at his home ou the 7th one of our promising young inch Mr Jo in his twentysecond year He d been a sufferer for a long time with consumption and bore his afflic tion with great fortitude and died la the triumph of a living faith The byRevsbyimains were interred lg the Yates bur pal ground to await the resurrection morn Mr M E Wilmors died on the 4th in his 66th year He had been a Chris in the truest sense for over flay Presbyterian he so long lived among us endeared him tj the heart of all His anahishis journeys end He was one ef communityTuechildren and a host of relatives and GoffpwhisperIngs one conf e Barnett The remains of the deceased was interred at Unlm Cemetery Born to the w Ire of Rev T L Hulse 1 ou the 6th a daughter or ROLLINQSBURQ j staYPaxton Bros are getting out barrel headings for A K Workman The weekly prayer meetingat Bethlehem has been changed from Tuesday night to Sunday night The protracted meeting at Bethlehem Baptist church dosed use firstdar of this month with only one conver sion Revs Green and Dudgeon art both able men and discharged their duty faithfully bunhercuas no general awenluging among churcli numbers r The dwelling house of Mr Hood helpIextinguished Wltboutd ingl U h lam age Our poor house was relieved the othter day of one of its Inmates Mr Rhial Hoskins formerly ol Campbellsvllle he poorhouseaway and was never comIng back agai R Green and the t5mpox We dont know whether it will w result in an open fight or not A number of our neighbor boys that 1 hadeallstcd in the company of Staie Guards that were mustered la aV Greenfeburg recently were ordered ic Frankfort of the day of Goeliiii s t x sa86l Htlon It seed hcirskiawi 3adbiik rk jour under