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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w Sv v1 THWADMRit COUNTY NEWSQiVOLUME 3fOOLUMBIA ADAIfl COUNTY KENTUOKY WEDNESDAY PEBRUARY 21 1900 NUMBER 16 Pos ruFF ICE DIRECTORY J M Russell Postmaster OfflcelAjurs ktIayz 7ooamto 930 pm j CTfltT pmECTOi CinccJConPT Threa sessions a yesrTfrfl Monda iu January third Monday In May landH third Vontlay In September JudgeW nes 4 Commnwtaith s AttorueyN1L W Aaron 5heriflJi Hurt Clerk JnoBCoffcy V n- COCMTT CcnKt liirltiMonday in each mont- hJudgeJ W Duller County ttbrneyS8 G tnett Jr Clerk rR atults JallerL II Mitchell AssesiaG A nradshaw SurvcR T McCaffree School uptW D Jones- Coronct1Aon1dFietcherf r 3ITTO zzTUegu1arcourt second Monday in achn nth jdgc JW AtVins orn Gordon Montgomery CiiUIlCH DIRECTORY PRE3UYTBRIAWB- CRKSVIILB STEEET Rev T F Walton pastor ServIces second and fourth Sundays neacli month Sundayschool atO a m eye y I Sabbatu Prayer meeting every Wednesday night METHODIST BUBESVILIB STREET Rev J L Kllgore pastor Services flrtt Sunday in each month Sunda school every Sabbath at 8 am Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GnEPf BURG SraEET Rev K WJtaster Bervlcesthlrd Sunday dn I Haodax ichol every Sabbath at 9 a m Privyer aieetlns Tnesdav night CHHISTIAK CAMprHitiy ILMS Pics Rev ZT VCiiraws Past r Services seceuil Sunday In each month Sundayschool every S bUrtb at 9 am Prayer rnreitiC Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC COLCM ALODOETTOO F and A dIteuS tar intr ting In their hall over bunk on Fri day nlpht on or before th fun moos In each month G A KEMP VTM TESTBITS Secj 1I =S=7ZC = CA03 I C9nQver Hotel JOHN H COHOVER Proprietor Columbia Kentucky AOO His Hotel is one of the host in this 1 swtion of the State It is a large ew rick containing twentyeight I ooms all elegantly furnished Gocd i uampl rooms and the table is sup illedith the best provisions the coun t try air rds Rates very reasonable C eo Hncock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREETS Columbia Ky JUNIU5 HANCOCK Prop J CSgtThe above Hqtcl has been re ttedrepainted nndi now ready for the tMO for table accommodation of guest Table supplied with the best the nvirket affords Rates reasonable ood sample robin Feed stiible atJI lied 0R T AUn tl TAMES nf r Proprietor L E N yJ Thi stand Is located near the de pot and mealH are fufiifsbed at hours rCfca cents per rhcal The best eatabis jbc country affords Eler gant it narbm fr1adir j 714- i TT 4 l GOMMBRGIA1 JIDTHL I JAMESJQWN KYf HOLT i vll1iroprioi- a1AHJ 4I nbove named hotel was recently opened Jand xas hail u fine run from thf stsrt VIrt lioltlc safier the cnllnnry department and sees tloit tho table Is at ailtlmrs with fe very best tho inarVctoffords The proprh fon are nttertivo and very polt to Kue t Rood sample room and the t uldijg Is son1 nteat to the business hones Firs- tcIas l 1 cry attached to the hotel Terms tcrjj icisor le cJ I I aavthlmc von Invent or fmpmvc also get- CAVCATIRADEMARKI CCRBlGITuJESINPR- OTECIIUN m l8kctC crJloffoe free examination end advlcc IBBOMH PATENTS SVri3 to AUyfee CAIlIiNDW a Ptaitlawyers v AS H I N GTO N DC Dont take a peck of fny old kind of pills to curo a pint of iscaslwl en a dose of Morleya Little ir I Bilious People will cure you while yt sleep Sugarcpatcd One n dOst Sold by W M flchiJoppa uKy V r 1 fj 4 1 l j J Il rlIt t I t l IpL L CLAIMS ALLOWED Bytbasey County Fis cal Gbitffcinthe Year 1899 Sallee AdamsfPauper 1 2500 J P Allstott burial cloth 1 fpauper 1 4 5- Osaiftr P 4 145 same 535 same 3 65f same 215 same 1 88 John A twood pauper 25 00 Will Allison work on road 2 25 Isaac Austin pauper 5 00 E L Allen judge of election 2 00 W M Blackerty nursing small pox 80 00 Ileury Buise work on road 2 25 J II Bryant pauper 15 00 Mary Bowman colored pauper 30 00 F Bell work on road 1 50 Same brjdge lumber 1 00 Jacob Beeler work on road 1 50 D Bastin same 1 50 John Bastin same 150 C Bastin same 6 00 O W Belton deputy sheriff 5 00 JamesBrown work on road 6 00 WI1 Bernard i holding Inquest 6 00 Gale Bracket work on road 3 00 Churner Buisc same 2 25 J M Brown Sheriff 4d7 80 W Bell sheriff of election 2 oo T S Benson sheriff of election 2M T J Bell Jailer i jlOG CO luh1q v i3 5 JO V D hardhdldlnglmi est7 0 00 Dr David Beeler medical at tention to pauper 2 00 Same r j8JO same 7 00 slme 3 60 JM Brown waiting oncounty courts 24 00 W B Bailey pauper 2500 L M Brown Justice of Peace QOVBrown etc burying pauper g i5 Bastin Spau bridge lumber 5 00 G W Gullton keeping white paupers 475 45 James Carson work onroad 150 J E Chilton same 1 50 Same 1 5G Combest it Carson burl l lothes for pauper 2 72 G V Chiltoo burying pauper child 5 00 R O Olencn1ic1uiuberfOrpest- house 3200 Martha Clements stove for pest house v I J 3 oo M Cochranj work on road 3 00 J K Coffey work an road 3 AO James Canon paupert 4Q 00 NancyClcnieutSjpauper lJ5LOO Mary B Cox pauper 500 T R Cooleyjiauper conIc 2004 W flCox1woron road 5 ii 15 Jn Carman samef 4 54 D W Carman same 8 25 Sam Case same 4 50 Robt Case same 3 00t Tilman Carman same I5O- W H Cox Deputy Sheriff 3i 50 James Olieif work on road I 50 Same lumber on road 8 50 Robert Ilnizaupe fi 1 45CO Wm Cotton paiiperS 35 00 Joshua CJrlcou pauper 2500 SilelTdll Clarksonpauper ijkf WR GothbesV wofkjoTi road 3 00- 250OjIuHndaCU1 piliifer W R Com cst clerk of election 2 00- sY4ri CocsieriiofeletiOa 3 12 CTeo W Cochran judge of elep tion 1 i g 00 JNCrawlcy pauper coilin 2 co Geo Crrvcns paupcrt 3G 00 L J Cuciiran vjewingroad 400 ICDlouDtyclerk 324 OJ Eliza Dune x 30 00 Dr O Durham rnedicatiWtr lIgu1 naup r 40 00 Jesse Douley paupar 25 00 Rebecca Jye tcmpntria0ii r Robt Davis same a 09 ijIrJiiiii r 2 80 t2OOfJ0i111 J Eiridt e1e6v1orsewxls ioner 6 Co- Uel Earlspauper 40 00 Taylor Edwards paujfel t pO T JEUi wurk onroa6 T3 00 Stephen A Ellissame G 00 MarshalEllis fame 6 Go Stophcn lUsrt P j 4 5fi Lafe Ellis same I 50I S T Elliott same151 l pf tv 25 T E yitjyand s 36 66 RO Earl clerk of election 00 SlEUiot judgcof election 2 cd JoLt Fiiogg team on road 3 6tf I OjJTaJiJOtFalcoroa1 3 75 i Jdhn FalcoiiberrJicame 3 00 Pa4d Frederick pauper 45 00 saful FcwelrutJd tvIO paupcrs 40 00 W UFranci y plruuerr r r V 24 00 Ceo W Ffyu Judge ofelection 200 Felix GIpsonTpaVper soQd Dr Vf T Garner iriedical 4tJ il tcutiou to pauper 1f f Same tl20 saIi1eit t 4500 Dr Lem Godbymedic9i aJLtcn tOIl V 255 00 JWGarrisonVUlcgaf tax paid IraVR GiGrider voricbn road 1 50 Same 300 lIIS Glbony clerk of election 2- G1y oo Gfidert Judge election 2 oo L 1 l tlMT1t1 i J j iitfli it tfi It i1 1 T H Goode Judge of election 2 oo ff1W Qodbey clk of elcctiOB 2 oo IT D GIfford work on road 2 25 Jas Glbony coal for omce 10 00 Nancy Grooms pauper 24 oo TJ Goode sheriff of clectloi 2 0SQ C Godbey Co Atty salary 5oo oo Peter Badiey team on road 1 5o Dr C L Herron medical atten Lion to pauper 2 oo Same Jo same 1 60 same 4 Co same 16 oo same 1 2o same 24 00 same 22 oo J J W Hashins election com 0 oo Dr J R Hood medical atten torimallpoxS 284 00 Jas Hat field work on road 2 oo James Hocker same 3 00 Geo Hollan same 1 60 Emery Hamilton same 2 25 GW Hollan pauper coffin 3 oo Richard Hafley work on road 1 Co Peter Hatfield pauper 24 oo Same Hatfield pauper 15 oo Peter lodge pauper 25 oo J Dr C L Herron vaccinating pauper 5 oo Same mcd attention to pauper 2520 Thos Hunby keeping pauper 25 oo Mollie Inyard pauper 25 00 Lewis Johnson nurse at pest house 28 oo Parilee Johnson pauper 35 oo Q R Jones team on road 5 25 Polly Johnson pauper 15 oo I C H Jeffries judge of election 2 oo M W Jones Judge of election 2 op C C Jones same 2 oo J Geo R Jeter pauper coiling 16 Jo RT King lumber for road 1 65 Dick King same 1 15 Geo W Lynn pauper coflin 3 oo Same 3 oo Lottie Luttrell pauper 3o oo L GLuUrell work on road 1 5o J P Luttrell same 1 50 Forch Leach same 4 50 Nancy J Lanham paupor 15 oo Albert Lanham work on load 1 5o Jl Lay sheriff of election 3 oo J C Lay Co Supt salary 831 01 BLe6 team oh road 3 oo Same deputy sheriffs fees 26 oo Peter Lyons pauper 40 00 Wm Leonard pauper 25 oo Win MarpleSj work on road 3 oo Rifle Murphy pauper 8000 Martha J Morgan pauper 45 oo Frances Mcrrett pauper 35 oo Albcrit Mlle boarding small 257o fW 2 25 B F Mays same 3 on Yerna Montgomery pauper 35 oo Dr W T Murphy medical at tention to pauper Goo Same 1 oo same 4 80 same 75 same ion same boo same 1 oo5 t same 2 oo same 2 oo- MartinMIHs work on road 75 Lnfe Morgan same 3 GO- 1I U Minor same 0 oo J K McAniche same 3 oo hugh MCain sheriff of election 2 80 ft S Murphy judge of election 2 on- T F Murphy clerk of election 2 oo G L Minor judge of election 2 oo IL C Minor lumber for bridge 7 25 J H McWhorter team on road 3 oo B F Mays clerk of election 3 oo Cbas Orerstreet team on road 300 Geo Prindie pauper 22 oo Jack Pitman pauper 46 oo Morgan Patterson kecpingpaq I per cliiijre1 41 oo Ben Parker pauper 4o oo Jensy Peyton pauper 25 oo Lola Patterson pauper 15 oo JK Paltcrsqn team on road 1 50 3 oo sameVHlcent 3 oo Nancy Pardon same 1 5o Mary A Preston pauper 45 oo- Luty Perkins pauper 5o oo Jerry Phelps pauper 4o oo Su an Pclly pauper 5 oo- Gtanville Peridleton and wife 80 oo Vincent Peytonjudgc election 2 oo Stephen Peyton J P 12 oo atePI1tiswUrkOo road 3 oo jUlei S 5 oo JI Roberts pauper f So oo Tilford Roberts pauper 25 oo Polly Rodgers pauper 3o oo Walter Roberts pauper 25 oo- MalvinaRigney pauper 4o oo Ramsey Russell teamon road 1 5o A II Royalty same 075 T j RIohardsisame i5o W Reaia same 3 60 W SI Retsane 60- 0TJ Richards feinc 1 5p Danl RTdhariis pauper JB flenerot HJfe plpcion 2 bo- W FtpdKers I cVk ClVptlQfl1on M fgglqsT ttfiin tin road 4 5o P W Ream cash for road 5o Same viewing road 4 oo I L Rector team oa road 4 5o J J lllgncy team on road 7 5o F ShaW pauper cofiin 200 Shaw JjCbllton pauper coffin 300 same 53 Teck Sharp teamcn Toad 150 Wm Sweeny keeping Pan child 17 00 Owen Southerland Pau collIn 4 00 J S Shawjieainon road 1 10 H H Sanders paupert SO 00 Mollie Sweeny colored pauper SO 00 Margaret Sanders same 30 00 Dr W DStone mcd att to pau 8 50 Wash Stattin tcam on road 2 00 V B Slukhorn same 75 J T Short same 2 25 Lewis Sharp lumber On road 3 70 i C ifr J 7 tS c Smith S Davis work on road 10 00 W E Sorril same 1 50 flardin Southerland same 1 50 Paulina Simpson same 4 liO A Southerland same 75 A Spragens same 6 00 Wallace Stule team on read 6 00 Sallie Smith pauper 25 00 Hardin Southerland tem cn rod 3 C W Sweeney same 7 5- 0J P Sweeney same 3 00 same lumber onroad 1 25 J B Stone Judge of election 2 CO Jno M Sharp Sheriff 11 2 88 R M Sharp road viewing 2 00 J P Sweeney lumber for road 1 25 T Sutton pauper coffin 8 JIJas Tucker team on road 1 50 Campbell Toms same 1 W- H F Taylor medical attendance to pauper 8 40 same same 4 00I same same 2 ro same team on road 3 00 Sarah Thompson pauper 50 00 Dr H F Taylor medical at tendanceto pauper 26 40 Angelina Tucker burying pau 10 WI V Tucker team on road 2 25 Cleo Thomas same 1 CO Jesse Taylor taking depositions 3 CO Geo Tucker team on road 1 50 Sam Tarter same 1 50 John Taylor same 150I Jesse Taylor same 4 10 Jonathan Turpin and wife pau 50 CO Elizabeth Trusty pauper 30 CO Geo Tate team on road 7 50 C Thomas judge of election 2 00 W O Thomas sheriff 2 00I Jesse Taylor judeII 2 00 M Tilford Pau doctors bill 12 50 Jesse Taylor J P services 12 C- OIleury Thomas J P services 12 00 CletusWethlngton hum for road 18 00 Jno W Whipp election Com 6 00 Dr J T Wesley investigating smallpox 55 00 Amanda Wiser pauper 2o 00 Ignatius Wise building pest house 161 00 W S Wethington keeping pau 3 oo same team on road 2 25 H A Wethington lumber for pesthouse 17 4o WII Wilkinson provision etc for pest house 51 37 A Wood team on road 4 10 same lumber II 1 25 Dr J Wesley med att to pau 2o oo same same 2 5o same same 3 oo same same 16 80 L Wells team on road 3 25 Wm Workman pauper coffin 3 oo Dink Wilkinson lura for road 7 2o Wm Witt team on road 3 oo Drs Wesley Godby medical at tendance to paupers 2 80 J W Wall team on road 1 5o J W Wall lumber on road 70 Baker Wall team on road 3 75 TUCW Witlock same 1 5o J L WIlliams same 1 5o W G Wall same 2 25 Sarah Ward pauper 2o oo Catherine Yilcher pauper 25 oo Walter Wall team on road 1 5o Mary Wheeler pauper 30 00 L L Wells as special judge 2 oo G R Wilkinson sheriff of dee tion 2 oo T B Wethington judge 11 2 oc- R G Williams 2 Royal WilkinsonII 2 oo J A Winfrey clerkII 2 oo WC Wolford II II 2ooI Jas White keeping colored pau 43 72 J11 Wall J P special judge 8 oo L L Wells Jservices 12 oo J A VullII 12 oa STATE OPlENTUCKYI I I C Dye Clerk of the Casey Coun ty Court do certify that the forego ing is a true and complete of the claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Casey County Ky at its October tern 1899Attest I C DYE Clerk By S WESLEY D C Chronic Soro LPg Mr J Richardson had a running sore on his leg for 20 years Tried tors and medicines without end or any permanent good Ifr L B Nunnallyj druggist Hartford Ia recommended Murleys Sarsaparilla and Iron to cure the cause of the sore and make It heul from the Inside A few bottles cured my leg and put inc in better health than 1 haye been for 20 years Soldb W M Bell Joppa Ky Nervous pbtrst1lI I had jierYPUS trouble tar years wnjeh at times completely prostrated me ppd made life not worth living 1 tried many physicians and no end of nerve and other remedies without re lief Mr M J Crews merchant Ma loyIowa persuaded me to try Mor leys Sarsaparlilaiand Iron The very first bottle w ltti the right spot for I felt a complete Change and nowaf- ter using six Bolflcs In all I am per fectly well MRs LETTIE FISHBU For sale byW MV Bell Joppa Ky Fifteen people were eeriqnsly injured by a cyclone which struck Collinsville Ill Much property was destroyed Considerable dam age to property was also done at St Louis T i i1 t cf t r A Worthy Tribute to a Great Man At the memorial meeting at Glasgow last week Mr John Sand idgo delivered the following address Mr Chairman Ladies and Gon expresI t Islon to a thought that comes to me upon this occasion A low giant minds heroes the really great men of the earth bave been able to crystallize and send ringing down the centuries in one short sentence the accomplishments of their whole life When Cmsas had conquered the Gauls on the plains of France he t sent the Roman Senate this message I came I saw I conquer cdIt tells the story of the mans life for it was his mission- to conquer the enemies of Rome and at last Rome itself When Nelson went to tha battle of Tra falgar he signaled this message to evoryIman was sons glory to defend Englands supremacy of tho seas ngainpfc combined Europe When Perry had won the battle of Lake Erio ho sent to the Congress of the Unit ed States this message We have met the enemy and they are ours It was his mission to announce to the world that a now power had taken its place among nations and that the young giant of the West 4wouldSchley sailed out of Chesapeake Bay to go in search of Cevera he flew from his masthead this me sage Remember tho Maine How well he remembered it and revenged it tho story of the 3rd of July tolls These were great messages the crowning point in the lives of he roes but when compared with the messagejeent by Gov Goebel from his death bed Tell my friends to bo brave fearless and loyal to tho cause of the common people they sink into insignificance for he sought to break thef shackleo that bind to industrial very the great common people That was his message and his mission in life 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 Momns Cincin nati Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4 cts postage Are You Married Then Never both be angry at once INover taunt with a past mistake Never allow a request to be repeated Never meet without a loving- welcome Never forget the happy hours ofII early love Never talk at oneanpther eith er alone or in company Neglect the whole world beside rather than oneanotber Never let the sun go down upon thy auger or grievance Never speak londly to bneaii other unless the house is onfife Let each one strive to yield oft enest to tho wishes of the other Nev r l l mntJi tti ex ponse of each ot11eitj5 amean ness 7 Never sigh ovevnmight have been but make the 1 st9ftbLt is Xf Vj iNever pn1t for ji eddy without loyiug words toV think of during absence iJ1 r There is no better medftjine for tilL babies th aS cCuamberlafbs Cough Remedy Its pleasant taste and pfompt and effectual cures make It a favorlte with mothers and small children IIquickly cures their cpughs find 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 s we have been able to learn It nofc only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases of whoop- Ing cough ItJIquIfles the tough mucus making It easier to expectorate antI lefi6eQthe severity and frequency of the paroxysins ot roughIng ttusm- prl vln Mt I9V9tafd ercMi qHDOf bl1crtf J r L11f 1 F i 1t5S to Set list doe FROH 1 EXASIHiLLSBOao TEX Feb 9 mooI t I Editor of the News More than one year ago I left my hom in old Adair county to- ry my luck mid to battle with chance for my fortune in the wild west During tho cntir time I have been hero your nuwpy s e which so thoroughly tIthe interesting items of Adiur adjoining counties has been a source of much information aid pleasure to me and I feol that a few words from this typical Texts owns composed of so many Ken tnckians might bo of at least paso ing interest to some of your read ers Hillsboro is an enterpriuing prosperous little city of 10000 inhabitants situated almost mi l way between Waco and and about eqni distance from Ft Worth and Dallas It is in the heart of the famous Black Belt of country which extends entirely across the State This belo of country is very fertile and well adapted to the production of al most anything from Johnson grass to cotton Though for many years past cotton has been almost the only crop cultivated the farmers are now awaking to tho fact that a dovorsification of crops is their only hope for salvation from c cotton and starvation Consequently a great deal ofwheut was sown last fall and at present the prospects are very flattering for a fine yield- Hillsboro has a numbor of pay ing enterprises Among them are the large roller mill a cotton seed oilmill three large seed ware houses a fine cotton compress a power house extensive waterworks together with a numbor of smaller enterprises The shops of tho M K T R Rare also lo cated here In the town there are two daily and three weekly papers All of them are strictly Democrat ic except two One of thede is a middle of the road Populist the pther a gold standard Dam ocrats organ This last paper draws its political convictions from the Democratic organ of tho State the Dallas News One thing however wo Kentuc inns might commend the News It sent a special correspondent to Frankfort during qhe recent con test in that city the procetdiugB of which have been watched with great interest by all exKentuck inns andothers as well The peo pIe who are in the midst of the political struggle can have no idea whit interest the citizens of other States watch every proceeding and what peculiar suppositions they entertain for the final result of eyery movement made by the opposing party Even efote lBt years election in Kentucky took place Qbservers hero had bocome anxious for the success of Mr Goebel His famous election IaN was studied in its ev ry phase by I thq leading politiaians of this I State and while therc were thyte who condemned it it was in the main thought to be ajust measure After the election when it became evidcut thnt u contest would fol ilbjy men who before were auxiourt fur his success were willing to wag er that he would win in tho end Whilo there are some who rejoice to seo the good name and lofty prestage of the grand old State disgraced by this unfortunate state of affairs the better informed de I plore the unparalleled trngeoy and believe that a peaceful settlement of the diffisulty will be reached without further bloodshed I am often asked if I am not ashamed to claim Kentucky native State to which I myI and with pleasure reply lI gitiv am prond that I am a Kentuck ian and I believe that her patri otic statesmen will guide her grand oldship of state safely over the threatening rapids of the political sea and land her triumphantly in the harbor of universal peace and prosperity Eiitertarhiug that wish I amrrespectfully MAT Judge William H Taft of Cin jsig tii naVvbeeri appqintetl by oKtnley President of tie Plulippinohimission S 4 1 J V i t r xP j5agI1liJXH PJARCUM ttZPttSIiNTJNQ SWflflftBRflM HffT6 ILOUISVILlE KY Gloves and for Spring Ib99 Dont fail to sec it Our- Straw and Crash line surpasses anything on the road We guar autce to please ATYLE ND11CGORREGLIIv We solicit your trade and guar S ante good good honestly repre g J ientecltNfIlifi li147iA GX IulFRANK JACKMAN Q JEWELER ICOLUMBIA Ky iv Guarantees Satisfaction In fill Work l OLD GOLD AND SILVER iE Bought At tfarkct Prices 4TutrJIcc ill 7K IE E7fE h1Ai 1 f RIfWf i+ Blacksmiths + A- c1Woodworkers Columbia Kyv- Vu are prepared to ch all kind of woii in our line and it you need re pairing done on your Wagnn Lug lcs or Farm Impleuente iemembar us bugls7tiresbolts Our prices are right andsuttisSfaction guaranteed Give us H call Nevriy Furnished American PIca flM- 1cr Day 3lie 3ooslcrG 3otef MEALS 2oc 523 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC DOSLER flRr Wilmore HoteL WM TVILMOKB Prop Qradyville u Kentucky IIHERE is no better place to stop than at the abovcd named hotel Good sample rooms and a firstclaw table Rates very reasonable Feed stable attached GORDON MONTGOMERY txVCOLUMBIA KY Will practice in Adair nd adjoining counties Collections ii specialty Office up stairs over Paulls drug store IW Trej1 11 tb J t 0 ALT TVOIIK JCUATLY 1M1J K SMJCIAJ ATTENTION OIVBK Th PKEVENT INC IKREQUtAU TKKTU AND TO THE SAVING OF TILlS XATUKAI T2rrirSN OFFICE TUTT BUILDING USE THE Monarch Coffee I It Is the best on the cicrkct and si sold by W R Lyon the lr cerymaDItnod is bandIed iu Columbia by Reed Brosi+ SARSAPARILLA IThe Best Made Tiie Blood find OllTIFIES TheSusteniAgalnst Diseas- e1FOR SALE BY r T EPAULTJ Columbia Ky DR M 0 SALLEE 4 D NrIST 4 Careful attention given to me ohanibal and proathfltlo denU xry and dental surgery CeffeyHunter COLUMBIAkYi t tr 3 P Ii 1 CC i r i y 1 TiIHA AIR UOUNTY BWS Published Every Wednesday BY TIlE AdairoutyHewstoINCORIORATED S OFFICE Over JT Cravens din store corner Public Square and CompbellrUle Pike A Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter cats of the city of Columbia and the people 1tyAdair and adjacent counties entered at tho Columbia rostofflcc as second rclasaman matter SUBSCRIPT N RATES aXE Y1AIt IoQ SIX MONTns6OcSTRICTIYIN ADVANCE CHAS 8 HARRIS Editor DVERTISING RATES Loct otlces ten cents per line for first in a7rUon andifive cents per line fur each subse uen insertionDISPLAY ADS l Bpace inch 2 Inches I a Inches Inches G Inches l4 Col GUI 1 Col 111rk1 75 I 00I 3t0 38 rafo 110 1 50 2 OJ 250 300 600- 000- I C 3 Mo I i2300 400 500 60I Co- 1s or 2100 6Moi 300 00 7 SO 1000 I 00Oo I 1 Yr l i 500 i 7 00 10 00 Sr 1+ I 3000 There will be no departure from these rates ruder any circumslan- ceaWEDNESDAY FEB21 The political situation as we go to press has not clear ed and we see nothing that indicates an early settlement Both parties are seeking legal redress to right the wrongs they allege against each other and when and where and how these contentions will be set tIed Is not just yet in sight Mr Taylor is still holding the executive building but has discharged the larger part of the State troops He has had to guard himself while awake and protect himself while asleo Jov Beckham and the Democratic part of the Legislature are now in Frank fort and Gov Beckham will open up the Executive office in the Capitol Hotel The situation may clear up in a few days or the dark clouds of political uncertainty may hover over our State for along while 1 n the main we can only wait for results and a z accept the decision of the courts Some time ago the people of Co lumbia had hope of securing the school tobe established by the Louisville Conference in the Col umbia District or adjacent to it but now every vestige of hope leas disappeared and wo am left to blaze out our own path in the educational lino or remain in a first c1I s community with only moderate facilities What shrill + + o do Shall we proceed in the old path and offer no better inducements and advantages to the children of today than most of us were forced to accept thirty years ago Shall we become discouraged because Columbia was not tie favor ed spot for the establishment of the school so recently passsed to our neighboring town or shall we taken more courage and Itlrii ourIJ claims to a successful termination It is a fact that the M F High School at this place under the management of Prof T A Baker is now more flourishing than ic has been for several years and at present has nearly ono hundred pupils under the control of gicd competent teachers but tho pres ent flourishing condition of tbo school is mainly due to tho industry and thorough work of Mr Bakerr and if we had the assurance that ho orsome other man would man age this school for 10 or 15 years we feel confident that it wouldaf ford all the advantages as wore proposed by the school we sought but we have no such assurances eaud in the face of these condition it is apparent that we needa school on a stronger and firmer finnncinl Abasia and under such manngbmcri thatitwill grow each year In of fering better facilities That ties community is amply able to es tablishsuch a scliqol is apparent a- fifid th4 rtcltrfst JilndernocD ifl u difet itM Smc our Methodist t 4 Ifs 4 1r 1i brethren have passed us wily not the Presbyterians bestir them Ftlvcs and establish a school of high order in this town They already have a college building and gruuuds und if the Presbytery would provide an annual fund of 1000 or more we see no reason why we could not have just the same grade school as was proposed by the Louisville Conference If the presbyterians would make the above provisions and then call on the people of this town and coun tq contribute we believe that a good amount could be secured for repairs and buying more ground etc If the church that controls the situation would venture to cast some bread up on the waters it seems to tis that good returns would result The iron is hot The many reporters who have sought the news at Frankfort the last few weeks have advertised the mountain section of this State to the extent that people living in other States have just reason to believe that the hilly part of old Kentucky produces no other character of man than that of a fearless aggressive cutthroat We believe that the reputation of this State and especially the moun tain part of it has been outrageously misreprbsented We do not mean that the sot of mon who were brought to Frankfort from the mouiitains have been slander ed in the least for we believe they had been selected for their rough and fearless methods for the pur pose of intimidating the Legisla ture if possible and failing in this that they could do a more desperate deed But we do believe that the many reporters have indulged in too sweeping accusa tions against the mountain sec tion Feuds have existed in many of the mountain counties and at times it has been hard to enforce the law in many of thew but that does not indicate that they the people are all desperately bid We have spent many days in tho mountains of this State j have met the rough uncultured man and also tho shrewd and pol ished gentleman but in no in stance were we in the least mis treated but to the contrary found more hospitality than in the aver ago country Facilities are not so numerous for the mural and intel lectual advancement of the youths of the mountains as in other sec tions of the State and neither are tho inducements so general for hypocritical actions hence we be lieve that the intelligent moun taiu people of this State are the equal of any other section in their desire to do good and live a peace ful and humble life but the in justice to that section comes not so much from a desire to misrep resent and malign that locality but from the average character as seen and reported by the representatives of the press and in the present political condition of the State the rough the fearless and the dangerous characters bad been induced to assemble in Frankfort under the pretense of witnesses in the contest but in reality to in timidate tho Democratic Legisla ture or to do what has been done This rough class armed with Winchesters and revolvers of huge size and the representatives of the press met in our Capital City and the mountain section was judged by its representatives 11e believe that just such desperate characters could have been secured from other parts of the State but they were probably more easily scoured in that section and as that part of tho country is so intensely Republican it is likely that the leaders knew where they had better cull for aid If the huvabidiiig citizens of the moun lotus feel that ail injustice hus brew done them in this matter they should l1ry thoir complaint to the Republican leaders who made the draw on their section and which resulted in the adver tisement thy received The Re publicans ut Frankfort are re poll sible for the unjustacdusutions- bruughtagainst the mountain secs- IoosvHlt1158 tion Jijmist immortal isJHl hinidttlf withu fw Kentucky iJrjMiblicnns by taking the Taylor side of tlm iciliticrfi jintirVeny and advising Taylor t h hlem It id Hkfcjy that the Kentucky Re publicans Kill settilx Roosvelt Tay lor delegKisulyittlleir Nation lCutiventjchr IfNatldhttafit = tit ttiGuts twa l y to it t iiyallet- lrttlujeiir1lcrolatlexecutirt bffic- T t 0 The long and bitter Senators fight in California ended last week in the eleotin of Thos Bard The people in many of the states are paying a high price for Representatives in the Fedoral Senate and will doubtless impress the importance of electing Senators by a di rect vote of the people rather than delegating this power to the Legi- lature Another turndown is awaiting the Republicans They hvae appealed from Judge Tafts decision to the Supreme Court of the United States on the question of juris diction over the contests for the minor State offices McKinle Judges Evans and Taft have all decided that the election muddle must be settled in the Kentucky courts Mr Clem W Huggins renews his charge against Dr T T Eaton in Saturdays CourierJournal JOPPA Mr M R Gabbert is growing weaker daily Mrs Milby A Bryant who has been in delicate health for som t time is worse than usual Mr Mont Montgomery and wife have moved in their new dwelliti and seem to be contented for nil time to come Mrrfaylor Young purchased a farm from Mr Syly Cumbest and moved to it this week Mr R M Cabell and wife wore visiting at Russell Springs a few days ago Mr Nathan McKinlery who hurt been attending the Zion school ban returned to his home near Cray craftMiss Fannie and Mary Holladay were visiting Estelle Willis last weekLeslie Bennett Columbia we in this neighborhood last week buying chickens Miss Estelle Willis will leave Ic Bowling Green next Monday where she will enter school Mrs Mary Leo Garnett is visi ting her mother this week Quite a number of young people of this community attended a so cial at Mr Luther Willliams lust Friday night Mies Fannie Holladay has been quite sick for a few days Prof R 0 Cabbell is teaching a singing school at Graditville neighborhood We are having most interesting schoolat Zion nuder the instruc tion of Prof CE Willis Mr James Walker Gradyvillo was in this community this week buying mules Lawrence Montgomery made a business tripto Grndyvilleone day 1 last week Everett and Kint Montgomery will take charge of the Dr Mont gomery farm this year Iices i i f At Bull RUnS S wq fJ I Comrade Chas Elms of BVTaj8 litercJecverbeyheatrouble n R- Heeayat IeUIcrhajmatIei set Ja ClA In tore af caseiecieafewe relieved Math and myaD aic bs e tI8IIy aad autowormalse te DR Heartcure1L e eaksiMt c ioEiL it h f r f r t- f I ToCure La hippo Tn Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tub seta All druggist refuncLthe money if it falls to cure E W Groves signs ture onevery box 25 cents A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni promptsly heal it Cures Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Corns all Skin Eruptions Best Pile cute on earth Only 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by T E PauU druggist I think I would go crazy with pain were it not for Chamberlains Pain StapletonyHermine Pa I have 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 Ky EL laths and dizziness are cjuSsv i cured by Motleys Little Liver Pills for Bilious PerJple They arouse tho To rid Liver work off the BILE and cro Constipation Ono a dose Sold by W M Bell Jiippa Ky NOW LEADS GREAT BRITAIN Daring 1SOS United State Prodnoed More Coal Than Any Other EarthgThe Engineering and Mining Jour nal in its annual statistical number says that the preliminary statement of mineral production in the United States in 1899 shows that the total production of metals in the United States for that year was valued at the place of production at 413738414 as compared with 314255020 in 1898 Of nonmetallic substances the total value of the output was 601872631 ad compared with 483091970 in 1S9S Deducting certain unavoidable duplications such as coal used in coke or iron ore in pig iron and so on the net value of the mineral production reached a total of 891424082 showing an in crease of 151607353 over 1893 The gold production was valued at 72483055 and the silver was C11TO 689 ounces The most important item was coals the total of which in 1699 was no less than 244581875 tons the largest quaD puttingthe prorThe pig iron was 13619453 tons or 1878619 tons more than in 18JS Cop per production amounted to 592072 C37 pounds a gain of 11 per cent over importatiitems pftroleum19025794 barrels of salt 88713 flasks of quicksilver besides a very great variety of mineral products of less im portance EXPERIMENTAL FARJJ Model Institution to Be Established by the AgrIcultural Department Near Washington In all probability a model farm wjjl be maintained in a portion of t e ground belonging to the Nation l cemetery Arlington three miles west of Washington The house military nf Lairs committee agreed upon a favorable report on a measure providing for a general experimental farm ia Ha broadest sense in all pertaining to agri Culture including minimal industry Sad horticulture and where the science of farming will be practically illustrated This farm will be under the direction of the secretary of agriculture The project is indorsed by the secretary of war and he is willing to turn over tine land necessary to operate the farm io the secretary of agriculture That portion of the Arlington grounds which will be used for 1b1a purpose has the appearance of an ataa doned estate with no improvements vpEbycreeks which crosq it and empty into the Potomac river The committee in its report says there is no question but under the dj rection of the secretary of agriculture the premises now BO uninviting to the nview will not only be changed to a eauty spot but will prove a moat sAp Utantinl and practical benefit to Uie agricultural department DIVORCE AN ABOMINATION 1H4ahoD Leonard of Ohio Crltlclici I the System J and Also the Bill- boardt Dictated EpiscopalIoeesecity ministers union of Cleveland crit Yicised presentday church methods in a severe manner He denounced the divorce system in the strongest terms and gave it as ills opinion thatthe walls of the home are crumbling in conse quence of the extent to which the sys tern is carried Marriage after divorce he said is polygamyinabomination in the sight of God From divorce Bishop Leonard turned displaysbring the blush of shame to the cheek of a maiden anal that tbey ought t6 be l abolished There isfesi spirituality today be said than formerly The religions life is too secularized and for this tbe churches are themselves responsible It is little tvoader that the churches are sot filledIa former days men could tot be seen driving through the parks on Sunday aSsfs apracUce that tooilenrelyEig a Halter Bill Nearly 1G10o0Ooa is paid out of BjgleiBdveryye4r for bitfef tlbiiev n ltbt 1 ti titiCi bl- WI bi1rb a 4 0 4LX1 HRLL TINNB- RColumbia Ky I I AM PREPARED TO DO ROOF I ing Guttering Spouting or any kind of work dono by a firstclaes tinner 1 also use the galvanized guttering with patent wire hang ors Satisfaction guaranteed- I Sell the best Churn on the Market W Next door to W L Walkers LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping W 855 15 Light shipping 4504 85 Best butchers 4253450 Fair to good butchers 3 5Ot04 00 Common to medium btchr 3 0011 4G noose Choice packing and butch ers 225 to 300 tbs 9 Fair to good packing 180 to 2001bs 4 05 Good to extra light 160 to 180 lbs 4 75 SHEEP AND LAKHS Good to extra shipping Sheep 4 254 75 Fair to good 3 754 25 Common to medium 3 0043 75 rkigISTANDARD NO 713 N S R This beautiful bay stallion was sired by Silver Ling Sr he by Bubbles On Time dam Lady Mounts by Cabells Lexington Flrstdam by Limber Jim second Old Drennou third thorough bred SILVER KING JR Is as richly bred as any combined horse that ever entered Adair county Is 16 bands high and and a perfect mod el His disposition can not be sur passed and taking all qualities int consideration there are only a fe horses in the country his equal This tine horso will make the season of 1900 on A 0 Jeffries farm 1 mile west of Epperson mill and one mile east of Joppa at the extreme low price of 5 to insure a living colt It mare 1 traded before colt is foaled money 1 due My jack Wade Hampton wilt be p miltled to servo mares at tbe same place for 8500 to insure a living colt Description and PedigreeWade- Hampton is an iron grey Uf bands 7 years old and guaranteed to be a su perb breeder He was Sired by Cissells Jack be by Imported Mammoth Dam by Grundys Old Duke Mr H H Collins a wellknown mule man of Tay lor county says I saw ten of the above named Jacks colts sold at J B Spurlings sale and I consider them far above tho average of mules of the country I C G tJErr IES f6tna Iif6lnsuran66 60 oFHARTFORD CONN CHARTERED 1820 Assets 54000000 Surplus 8000000 0The Aetna will write you a 15Pay meat Life Policy for the same or a less rate than other firstclass companies will write you a 20 Payment Life Policy thereby guaranteeing to save you 5 full premiums and 5 years in lime On thebasfsotequatalstthoiETNA- GUARA1 TEES more insurance greater extensions greater cash and loan values slid greater paidup val ues at the end of equal periods of time than any other company Policies absolutely incontestable af ter one year Nonforfel table after two years on limited pay policies The LOWEST RATES of any flrst class company For further information call ou or address W D JONES Agent Columbia Ky Hart Hardware Go 7 LOUISVILLE XX G JI Your trade is Solicited aiiid Siiiii fftetio Giiaraittl idt- ReBre ented by YSHI Jt j CAlKh13ELLti vtLLKr r L o I J Jr R K YOUNG W P HANCOCK Young Hancock LIVERYMEN We have a new and commodious stable Good stock and good rigs Careful drivers employed Your patronage solicited New Store aA s Russell Springs Store The at the 0IGods Notions ies Hardware a specialty of Clothing We invite yourtrade J D HWCHTSN afc BRO O 0 7000000 0040 0 They Must Go I tLtess them 50 Cents to the Dorfan We Propose to Close This line 0 4L Q Boys Wool Hats at 5c Boys Caps 5c e Three Spools Black Thread 5c d- One lot Corsets 25c I IYork I t N i ClothIing t 2aeensutarerardtuare Uarnessr floirse eIQ and in fact everything kept in a Give us a call we will treat you right t54uges Goffeg t1anter U 040 Fifth JIvEnuE Hotel PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER I MOST CHNTHAIJY LOCATED AND BEST CONDUCT D 1200 UOTEO IK TUB CITY LOCATEDJ TEAR TflS THBATRHS C1IUKCHE3 AND WHOLE t f ALB nOUSKS OF TUB CITY I 10171111 J TUCK it Wariiers 6Heap Gash 1 STORE W Is the place GO go to get Goods cheap I have some of the best clothing for the money of any store in Colum biaand I have aline of shoes that I propose to sel cheaper than they have ever been sold for before in this little city My GroceryJ z tock and other lines are complete and too numerous to I mention iii this space I want to turn t my stock over several times this seasoll cud in or v to dos tins I will sell for a close margin I am not talking nonsense but these are facts I appreciate wliafc the people have dons for mo since I came to Columbia and I will prove itto you in the future lf you givo me your trade twnnt to double my busines this year jftnd ltod8ehis wilts ltapf 7 f close margin for cashlye nie a afll Ilespt e Bi Lt TB1Eof PERSONAL MENTIONI lonallIsltlumbla last Sunday Mr J B Montgomery was In Leba non last week Jo Russell Jr left for Lancaster Monday Mr II F Folks was in Campbells ville last peck Judge W W Jones is holding court in Jamestown this week Mr AA Bennett Glensfork was in this city Monday Mr W F Jeffries was looking after business in Jamestown last Monday Mr L L Murrell who had his lef leg severely hurt two weeks ago is now about well Dr L E Williams passed through bere a few days ago en route for Mont- pelIer Mr Titus Orr Glasgow is visiting his aunt Mrs Laura Powell in this city Mr J W Coffey has been on the sick list fora few days but is now able to bj out again Mr W D Jones nod J W Johnston Esq were in Jamestown the first of tne week Mr Sam H Cash of Manchester was visiting his sister Mrs A D Pat teson last week Miss Emma McKinley and Muss Effie Montgomery paid The News office a call last Wednesday Mr and Mrs R F Paull who have bften on a pleasure trip in the South returned home Monday night Miss Kate Varderman Alexandria La sister of Mrs Jas Garnett Jr is spending the winter in Columbia Mesrs Rollin Hurt iJas Garnett Jr J F Montgomery and F R Win frey are attending the Russell circuit court Mr J II Colton and wife who have teen visiting Mrs Rollin Hurt have returned to their home in Camptiells ville Mrs WT TurpinofCampbellsville v ho has been visiting her mother Mrs Vaughan of this city returned home MondayMr A Strange who enter the Government printing office Wash ington DO left for his post of duty last Saturday morning Mr James Beard will leave for Campbellsville next week where he has accepted a position with the Camp bellsville Lumber Co on a nice salary Mr Todd Williams Burksville had two of his fingers severely mashedlast week in a stave bucker and amputation may be necessary We trust the wound is not so serious as reported Jim Davis of color the horse train er who has been handling horses in Hopkinsville for the last two months Is now in Columbia and will soon be training horses for Coffey Bros Mr M H Marcum who accidentally fell from his wagon one day last week dislocating a wrist is improving Mr Marcum is a traveling salesman for Swan Abraham Co and besides the pain he suffered has been consid erably worried over the accident Be hopes to be able for business in a very shorttime LOCAL JOTTINGS If you need Morse avd jack bills send us your order Read Hughes Coffey Hunter bargain prices Snow to the depth of five inches feUI here last Thursday night If you dont want to be arrested be have yourself All travelers through this country take the under route I Sheep are bringing better prices in the market than they have for several years Mr Dick Patterson who has been confined to his room for fourteen years is now dangerously ill If you need life insurance and want to get in a company that is a company see J E Murrell Mr H G Bottoms bought 82 head of cattle on Cumberland river this week paying about 4c per pound This office has ordered new horse cuts for the spring trade If you need work of this kind give us a call Qn another page in this issue will be be seen the report of the Fiscal Court Of Casey County We have a large stock of mens aqd Iftdips Mellntoshps pluslng out fo Ie pstbanwholesaleltusselltMurrell If want The sews and Twicea Week Courler Journal foe oncycsr 125 will do the work Monday was rather disagreeable but a few of our farmer friends were in regardless of the weather farmers will find it profitable to commence raising mules They are w said tobeyery scarce all over the State Mr A = A Bennett bought a farm laM tDJ lf Jjipyi nelriij t Lo ir C l qr one said the ether day that ISOJDC soon begin on the Metho oolbnlldlog tit Burksville A daughter of Eld John Grady of color died in Louisville last week The remains were brought here for burial Salesman wanted to look after our Jnjterestts In Adair or adjacentcounties SalafyiOr commission 75tte Harvey 011 Co Cleveland O Mr J W Coffey has formed a partnership with Mr R C Eubank in bla Jc tnl thltlg shop atthe latter nam ed gentlemans old stand We have the best chilled plow on the market The Improved Bleach which advancetMr R B Wilson of Cane Valley bought a great many fowles in this town last Thursday which he took to Campbellsville for shipment last Sat Remember Mr C M Breedings sale Friday the 23d of this month He advertises much stock and many other useful articles So much rain and snow has delayed farm work but later when the sun shines and the ground dries there will be a powerful breaking of the earth The snow was very inviting for sleighing but the young people of this town were a little too tender for the weather All parties owing me either note or account are requested to call and settle at once I need money Z W Jackman Hon W F Neat sold a portion of his farm including the residence last week to Mr V7m Grant for SCO We understand that Mr Neat will buy a farm rear Columbia Our spring stock of mens fine shoes will arrive this week All the newest lasts and leathers Every pair guaranteed Russell Murrell Judging from the general tendencies of business affairs it seems that Bg Stone Gap Va is coming out of the wreck and will yet become the Me tropolis of the mountains We advertised for a lost dog in our last issue and the next dayby 3oclock the pup was brought to our office In the face of this who will say that ad vertising does not bring results We have a complete stock of horse collars collar pads harness traces back bands and all kinds of gearing cheap Russell Murrell Eld Z T Williams will furnish this paper a letter each week during his visit to Palestine Persons who desire to keep up with his travels and descrip tion of the country should subscribe nowWe are receiving this week a large stock of straw mattings new and beautiful designs You must buy your mattings early this season or pay a big advance Russell Murrell 2t Mr S H Mitchell returned from Texas and Oklahoma last Thursday night He brought back Porter Fletcher who is charged with seduction Mr Fletchers bond was ready when he arrived 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 The revival meeting that has been iiiprogress about two weeks at Stapps Springs conducted by Revs Breeding and Prock has so far resulted in seventeen professions Fur lleA farm of 88 acres well watered good buildings and plenty of timber In good condition and only 3t miles from Columbia Will eel cheap Call and examine SC Hood It would be useless for us to mention the fact the earth in this part of the world is robed in white and that the mercury has been bobbing around the zero mark for a few days Jt would only take space so we pass it by If you believe that the News deserves a wider circulation then ask your friends to subscribe It you want a sample to send to a friend let us know and we will cheerfully respond Stock men should remember that the News will tell the tale to more people than any other medium in this section Advertise in the News and do it beipre Breeders have made up their minds lastrMonday to Hon W p Neat and will give posesslon the 5th of March Mr Fulks will have a sale on the 28th of farmrring utensils Mr Geo MurrclH who carries the nail from Columbia to Santo a dls tance of 15 miles Is now In In a precar 10 condition from the effects of the recent cold weather He grade his disagreeablehomo bis feet were severely fropeai It i turliNied ltUt ire I kMOk Woo9i- ver r r j J t I PrincipalofI recently accepted a position in Wash lug nn will not leave Columbianor his school until after tkepresedttses son closes 1 V Mr Milton Judd holiadaa aim amputated last fall and wJhks since been confined to hrs rjSoin front the effects of tho amputation Is now Ira proving and it Is hoped that he will soon be entirely well V To Care A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo QulnineTablots All druggists refunded the ipabneyjf it fails to cure Eo W Groves signature on every box 25c Last Thursday Mr W W Hutchinson and Miss Florence Cundiff were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the home of the brides mE two or three miles frost Columbia the Rev F C Shearer officiating These young people have the best wishes of The News ThcDemocrats in this section are again willing to try the CourierJour We reel ved orders for IGlast Monday 12 of them coming from Glehville We have not heard a good word for the Dispatch for so long a time that the majority yea a large majority of man kind regrets that itwas ever pnbheh edThe ladies are organizing the State by counties for the purpose of raising funds for the Goebei monument The County Chairmen in this section of the State who have accepted are as follows Adair Mrs Rollin Hurt Barren Mrs Jas M Richarson Green Miss Vevlan Durham Hart Miss Mamie HubbardITaylor Miss Maggie E Collins Mrs C C McChord is the Chairman of the society Capt J S Chapman who sold his farm in this county a short time ago bought last week an elegant home in Barren county near Cave City Mr Chapman brought a neat little farm of 50 acres paying 8100 per acre for 10 acres and 35 per acre for the rest We wish him well in his new home but regret that he prefers Barren county instead of Adair The town council last Thursday night employed Mr George Coffey as Town Marshal and George is now een on our streets with a marshals badge pinned to the lappel of his coat We do not know ol a better man for this responsible position and we predict that there will be less disorder in this town than there has been on some oc casions in the past Those who are dis posed to transgress our laws had better keep quiet or they will fall into the custody of a Town Marshall and be forced to face stern justice The City Fathers have just employed a town Marshal which is a step in securing better order batwe believe that a few lights on the main streets and corners would add to the conveni ence and comfort of the town people and assist the Marshall in the effect ive discharge of his duties It would not cost much to light the town using the lights till 10 oclock Columbia has never had a mayor or council that has dispelled the darkness of night and it seems to us that the set of gen tlemen who are paddling the canoe have a great Geld to show their ability in materially benelitting the town Light us up Mr N M Tutt of this city who devotes a small portion of his time to the breeding and training o f fox bounds and who takes more pride in owning a fast dogthan any other man in this section received a letter from a gentleman in Taylor county last week asking the price of a pup The infant fox chaser was priced at 2500 but as yet Mr Tutt has not been notified that it will be accepted ft the deal is made the pup will be stripped to Ohio and the party who will own him can say when he leads the pack He was bred In old Kentucky The pup is cheap at 325 forhe is bred togo to the front Thjs price is made on the open market for if there was a dog trust formed this same little dog would cost at least 550 Mr Geo Lee of Catnpbellsvjllc and Mr II F Fulks of this place bought the stage lipe Irons Mr J B Barbee last week They will take charge of the line some tlrno tblsweek Mr Lee will attend to tho burincas in Catnpr bellsvllle while Mn Fulks Vltt look after iron this end They paid 81400 for ehe entire outfit consisting ot an extra good stage buss 13 head of horses harricsaand feed kcsers Lee4 R Folks are good business men sadwe- ventuathat the travel between till place and the Railroad will have the very best attention given This boat ness has been under the jaansgajoent of Barbee Bros tot several years wjio made a Kxess of itas a boat DtIfiDd wOO IRtertda bcwatopt aedaen heeleirce oft blrtitrori Mk 1t- MHltWW s I RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT The action of the session of the Pres byterian church In regard to the death of Milton E Wilmor- eIt is with profound sorrow that we record the death of our brother Milton E Wilmore which occurred at tots rcr idencc in this county on Sunday eve alpg February 4th 1900 The deceased was a man of great pie tyand parried his religion into the every day affairs of life He was a diligent reader of the scriptures and ho read and studied with a discerning mind and heart He was zealous in all good works the advancement of the church of Christ In a quiet unostentatious way his life was one of great usefulness and its influence will continue even after his name Isforgotre- uResotvedThat by his death this Session has lost a Wise and Prudent Counselor the church a faithful and devoted member and the community and county In which he lived a most excellent man and citizen Resolved That we extend to his family our sincere sympathy in their great bereavement and we pray that Godshand may lead them as it led him whom they mourn Resolved That a copy of these resolution be spread upon the minute book of the Session in memory of our deceased friend and brother By order of the Session Feby 14th 1000 Tribute of Respect Bro W Joe Sherrill was born Sept 10th 1878 was converted at the age of 15 joined Gradyville Baptist church was baptised by Rev Granville Dock ery He had his ups and dows but was renewed some 18 months ago and since that time lived a Christlike life until his death Feb 8th 1000 He suffered untold agonies with that dreadful disease consumption but he bore it with much patience died as a Christian dieth j with the shout of victory on his lips He leaves a father mother and several brothers and sisters to mourn their loss Afflictions arc good for us so says the Psalmist It is good for me that I have been afflicted that I might learn thy statu eta Affliction help us to get closer to God They carry us through the refiners fire that we may be better fitted for the Masters use here is one more link to bind our hearts to Heaven loved ones let us strive hard to follow Christ for it will not belong until we will have a grand rcuinion on the oth ershore where parting with loved ones will be feared no moreW B CAVE A Good Citizen Dead Last Monday morning the spirit of our worthy townsman Mr N G But ler took its flight to that bourn from which no traveler has ever returned Mr Butler had been in delicate health for many months and for the last few weeks his death had been expected at any time He was born and reared in this county and had reached the ripe age of 71 years He served in the Un ion army under General Hobson and was first Lieutenant in his company He was a member of the Christian church of this town and by his request the funeral services were conducted by by Rev F C Shearer a Christian Minister to whom ho was much attach ed The body was laid to rest yester day Tuesday at 10 oclock in the But ler burying ground about two miles from Columbia One son and several brothers and sisters survive him to whom we extend our sympathy in this theirbereavcinent Who Preaches Next Sunday E W Barnett Gradyville W S Dudgeon Bethlehem Z T Williams this city T L Hulse Pleasant Rld e- WnOSandldgeJlopeweUlJart county T F Walton this city W B Cave Liberty also at West Fork Tuesday night the 27th inst Rev Gibson at West Fork Itseems to us that some effort ought to be made by the people of this town and county Inviting the proposed Green River Valley Railroad to build through this town We do not know whether or not the road will be built but out ofso many rumors and surveys itseems that one road ought to he established But It Is not good policy or business to to lay still and treat this great enter prise with indifference simply because others have surveyed the same route and failed It is not good business to go to sleep so to speak with this di rection tacked over onr bed Let the first whistle awake me The fact Is white we sleep Its promoters may goy another ute too far off for the whistle to arouse and this town andcom munity see its business pulled to the North and to the South We believe thisesfcctloaiH the direction of but whether it wJH come via Colum bia WHHkoown That should be the duty of the basjneeg and enterprising men of this coeiMHnlty to ascertain and to offtr 8U h iBdwttiMatew can be secured WlMtJieyeltbe tUr pJI cy tsteakt M effort la trying tqget a rtW Mr te littt lil rLlioof arr r t r h I r i Lln AI 1900 Februar 1900I SUN MON TUB WED THU FRI aIF SAT I 1 4i III 25 5 12 19 26I 6 I3 20 27First Quarter 6th Full Moon 14th Last Quarter 22d The Dont Worry Club composed of a number of Columbias popular young men treated their lady friends royally last Saturday evening A reception was held at the Hancock Hotel from 8 to 12 oclockthe most elegant and enjoyable affair since the social season opened The parlors were handsome ly decorated and the young ladle never looked more charming nor were the young gentlemen ever in a higher state of cultivation The supper was a magnificent affair an honor to the ones who gave it a credit to the Han cock Hotel and certainly pleasing to all who participated Delightful mu sic was rendered at intervals and many games indulged in Those present were Misses Minnie Kemp Effic Bradshaw Lorena Pile Addie Tate Carrie Hatcher Lula White Julia Smith Pauline Cabell Emma llunn Willie White Mont Walford Augusta Montgomery Sallie Bey Marcum Sal lie Montgomery Fannie Stults Dellie Mitchell Lillie Powell Messrs Porter Strange Fred Hancock Tiler Baker Geo Miller Frank Hill Sam White BOb Young Carl Strange Geo Wal ford Bert Collins Joe Patteson Gar net Montgomery Henry Kemp Dave Jones Joe Coffey Jr Sam Nat Han cock Lewis Hall Following are cash subscribers since bur last issue J K Bernard Montie U Whited F W Shepherd J F Gil pin J J Watson Robt Conover A G Wilmore M L Mitchell Mary Brock man T E Paull KELTNER I take great pleasure in writing to the News and in stating that I have been a Democrat all along the line but never so strong until I moved into this Republican stronghold It seems to me that all men who claim to bc Democrats should now unite and stand firm for the great principles of Dem ocracy and good and orderly government Some Republicans seem to rejoice over the death of Gov Goebei One old man who abused Mr Goebel and the Democrats has claimed for a good while that he was called to preach It must to have been some one else called and he answered One Republican said he was not going to take the lying paper any longerhe is taking the Commercial 1 have heard a good many Brown Democrats say that they wished they had voted for Mr Goebel I believe that Governor Beckham will restore peace and give us a clcanand able administration Geo Keltner is going to rebuild his storehouseCornelius Keltner will build nearhi saw mill W E Keltner has returned from Louisville Lid Bob Price has removed from this section to Garrard county T W D PELLYTON The health of this community is verey good Born to the wife ofZack Campbell a girl Born to the wife of David Ellis a Democrat Rev John Bowles preached at Pell ton Saturday nIght and at Provi dence Sunday Mr Tom Richardson lost a fine mar one day last week valued at 75 There were two or three weddings in this neighborhood last week but your correspondent does notknow the name of all the contracting parties Ye scribe Vas in Roley on business last Wednesday Chas CampbelllhlShad the grippe for several days Chas Coffey has returned to school at Columbia MrW H Lemmon our poultry man has bought and sniped several hundred poubO chickens Inthe las week or so There was a social at Joel Ellis last Thursday night There was a large crowd present and everybody seemed to have enjoyed themselves aRADVYILLB The weather is cold r We have the deepestsnow of th- season t JJot MoCaffree iiaa sat returned fro weodeonvllkve- touthco Le cixeia Iii 1oin1itiwrwe rtbf lays Ms iojte Oojih us8In I 7I 21 28 I 8 ig 22 I i tare uptodate and the acquain tances he made will be rtcneirbwr ed for their hospitality Mr Luther Pickets of Sulphur Forkwas in our town lust week and informed us that there vas no smallpox in his section of the the country Mr J B Yates the poplar siloj man of the America ale X of Nashville Term ist home for a few days attending the bedside of his mother who is very siokHe says his sales have been Very satisfncto i for the past six months The hooppole factory that hue been located at this place for the I few months will close out in a IIengagedmes see y did a good business here Wo have one or two vacant houses in our town and anyone that would like to be acessible to one of the best schools in the State goodchurches and in fact a live town would do well to loot to with us Notwithstanding tho inclement weather of the pasty week our insurance man D J Schooling has been doing a good business Smith Nell sold A Huui of Columbia 5 head of cattle 12 head of sheep and one horse for 185 j to Bridge waters llardesty of Lebanon 40 sheep and 4 head ofcattle for 245 j to A W Tarter 2 head of cattle for 4250 j to C R Cabell of Camp Cnox 2 mules for 160 H C Walker and wife were via iting at Turk one day last week Mrs W A WHmorebss been on the sick list for a few days Mr J W Smith is very feeble at this time Mr Nim Roach one of Breed ings most popular farmers was with us one day last week on busi ness Dr Loren Williams and Mr Ti tus Orr of Glasgow passed through routerfor Columbia Mr Tom Stults Columbia spent a day or so in our community last Stultssinformed us that his firm had paid lout 80000 for staves in this coun ty in the past year Messrs J A Diddle and J W Walker were at Campbelhville last weekshipping tobacco for G orgo T Rodgers Mr G T Sherrill Columbia was in our town a few days ago resolving tobacco Caldwell Dudley delivered their crop of Burley tobacco lci week that was produced on about 2t acres Tire net proceeds being 21000 H A Walker made r1 rip to Ed monton one day last weak unit brought back with him two thor ougbred hogs which ho purchased from Mr T Wilson price some thing less than 2000 Mrs P H Davis and daughter of Corydoii are by the bedsideof their side father who in in a very critical condition Chas Hy man and John Cook oftwas out seek soliciting ordera from our merchantsProf H McCaffree has secured the agency for a very poplar b oKeIltitlelhOUr New Possess i n8tf s e v Dirt and Mrs R L CaldwoH give a soolaUast Thursday night ihoori Mies Carrie Caldwell olPertlanoV Tie attwidatMW was l rliii ivHjoeM present rent A rrje ittbleitrbtti i t x 2 9 z6 23 3 10 17 24 aTARTER Health is very good in this vicinity burSaturdayWheat is looking well in this corn run uity The infant child of John E hert Who was badly Jraroed is loipr ving wcberForest HradaUaT was hore a fc flays ago looking alter lac sihelot Mrs Sarah Eel Wlim who h been on the sick list for some time improving R T Willow sid his farm t W L HrwLumn anci WI understand will move to Toxiw JAMESTCWM Monday was the fltatday ol Circus Court and iwintr to extremely bu roads a small crowd was in towr Judge Jones organised the court at oclock empaneled both juries and dit posed oj several minor Com Dlonealtl cases Mr Josph E Hays this city is tacritical condition the cruse being par alysis The ropresontative of the News did a good business as usual and makes us rylinerouuly people is a very small matter and cuts no figure In the circulation of he News Dr A Baugh died this Tuesday morning at 3 oclock He was sixty six years old was the County Clerk of Russell county and one of our most prominent citizens The Interment will take place at his old home Row ena Wednesday TIle Masonic frater nity will conduct the funeral services he having been a Mason for several years We can justly say that Dr A Baugh was one of the best men in the county lie was a member of the Methodist church a useful man a friend to everybody and enjoyed the warm friendship of ins county people CANS VALLEYy Miss Maude Hooie of Campbells yule was visiting Misses Pearl and Cloo Hendrickson last week 0 R Banks shipped car load of poultry last week Mrs AI lice Hendrickson is vie ting relatives in Union county R B Wilson our druggists i PitisbnrgPa with a carload poultry Cane Valley has shippr over 8000 worth of poultry in ti- lgstthreemonths CilliSCowherd of Decatur Air is ife home on the sick li- stL Biggs baa a position in t Reveuuo basiiiJ ftH IR sufigcr Miss Vic Judd is visiting VP lath near Cfaycraft John Page and fimily left f Bowling Green last week to ma their fittnrts here J rtra+ M Lu C9oOlr Ru 1Iu relax ou fJusits FAIR PLAY We are in the midst of a col snap Whenjs looking well in this vi ciuity Aunt Millie Strange has moved to herbrofchejinlav 0 H Mc CHiter J S Chapmiiu who recentlysold his farm to Piner Harvey Jr has returned front Barren county where he purchased a farm He will make his future homo aIfi3figSi mdn pureDemocrats Banker Routs A Robber J R Garrison Cashier of the bank ifTbornvillc Ohio had been robbed of health by a serious lung trouble un ill he tried Dr Kings New Discovery forConsumpUoa Then he wrotetIt is the best medicine I ever used for a severe cold or a bad case of lung trouble I always keep a bottle on bandsDon t super with Coughs C We or anyThroat Chest or Lung troobl lea you inn be c rcdiw ilr05ly raadatm 2ttfPtt s Drwg tfItw o i II L JBflfifOFVOLTJNTEEES j Over Two Hundred Thousand Men Engaged in Late War Qf This Large hoar of Fighting Men Taken from Office Worlt Deuch and Farm 148 Ofllcers and 48CG glen Met Death A pamphlet has just been issued by the adjutant generals office under the title of Statistical exhibit of strength of volunteer forces called into service during the war with Spain with losses from all causes The volunteer force consisted of 10017 officers and 213218 enlisted men a total of 223235 who were engaged in the war The deaths numbered 148 officers and 4356 men In the list of officers killed in action Kansas and South Dakota lead with three each and Nebraska had two while no other state had more than one Of enlisted men killed in action or dying from wounds received in action Ne braska lost 32 Kansas 30 and South Dakota 24 New York lost 15 while 26 of the states had no losses In the total number of enlisted men who died from all causes New York leads with 417 Illinois 2S1 Massachu setts 274 Pennsylvania 239 Ohio 225 and Michigan 205 Nevada lost but one manThe losses of men from murder or homicide were three from Alabama three from North Carolina two each from Florida Kentucky New York and Virginia and one each from nine other states besides seven among the United States volunteers Of the suicides of enlisted men three each came from Alabama and New York and two each from Florida Kentucky and Tennes seeIn deaths from disease among enlisted men New York had 380 out of about 20000 enlisted Illinois had 274 out of about 13000 Massachusetts 2G5 out of about 6800 Ohio 219 out of less than 14000 Pennsylvania 216 out of less than 17000 and Michigan 200 out of less than 6600 In desertions from the ranks New York la charged with 514 or about 213 per cent while North Dakota and the District of Columbia had none and Utah had but one Tennessee has 249 out of a total of about 6000 about four per cent One desertion is charged to general officers and staff NEW TEN DOLLAR NOTES Tho Picture of the Battleship Maine Will Be an ArtUtlc Feature of the Bill The new tendollar silver notes soon lo be issued will bear a handsome trib ute to the American navy The central feature of the certificates says the Syracuse Herald will be a steel engraving of the battleship Maine plowing the seas under full steam as she left the United States for Havana wader Capt Sigsby nearly two years ago The engraving is unusually line in workmanship and spirited in conception The white Lull stands out con spicuously on the water with the dark caption of the turrets and heavy arma ment Two heavy guns point over the bow which cuts the water as gracefully as that of a yacht The other features of the certificate are medallions of two of the naval heroes who made the flag respected earlY in the century by their victories over the Urilisbnnd the pirates of the Mediterranean The uniform of that time with its gold lace and fringed epaulets gives a picturesque historical character to the portraits Over each drnpedfigurelaurel These are the essentially artistic fea tures of the new note They do not in terfere with the general plan of all new notes to leave a considerable expanse of white paper in which the silk threads add to the facility for detecting appearsisthe Roman numerals in pale blue on the left side of the note balance the seal in the same color on the right The words United Slates of America run straight across the top of the note in a graceful style of type PARDONED AFTER YEARS SI Louis Den Convicted of Murder and Sentenced to Lire imprisonment Proved Innocent Jacob Ucnzc and Henry Kaiser who were convicted of the murder of Ed win 15 Brown in St Louis in March 1893 and sentenced to the Jefferson City penitentiary for life were released the other day nnd returned to byHarryLouis board of police commissioners- It was nt the solicitation of Mr Hcwes that Gcv Stephens signed their perilous Mr JIawes became convinced several years ago of the mens inno cence and has worked assiduously for their release cpr since The case of Ilenze nnd Kaiser is probably unparaCeted in criminal ant als They were right times reprieved nee In three Lows of tIle time set for tollrtI purelyirclJnstnlltit1 I inestigatioT three notorious local criminals all of whom have rtiorl since the conviction of IJeme and Raiser MUCH GOOD COAL IN CUBA Dlp ills DSfirnvrrfi Key Afreet the ncvcloinrii of tae Iron la laty It s lielirvcil st Santiago that the problem of mlttyirjj tin vast rtsources of the islaml In iron and man gnnpse line been nhvd by the recent discovery of extensive deposits of eonl liarPestSantiagoforeof very high Kr uc resembling fine cannel cent Mining men ore surprised and ell lljjlitedjliitlcstari for coal has been 7made awirr Ju rs belief of the gov ernment reilifv fs that deposits of DaltrtlIlIt liVrjji to hr found In the istajidv 6rgadizedjforjjegih Y of PsabHsaiB2 ztnelt- rry C IJ 41 J uplynarnnaBitagers who are Interested in It the finding of a sufficient coal supply would mean an immediate rise in the values of all Cuban mining properties GIVES VALUABLE BOOKS Mas lichen Goal Enriches New York Pnlrtlo Library by Derrlan Collection I pubuoMould has given the library the Ber tian collection of books relating to Mormonlsm Four hundred and fifty pamphletare in the Berrian collection which forma a complete history of the Mor mon church and is of great historical value besides Miss Gould said she believed everyone should become well informed on this subject so as to guard against the evils of Mormonism Making Marriage a Success A law has been passed in Norway which makes girls ineligible for matri mony who cannot show certificates of skill In cooking knitting and spinning Now if they Would pass a law in Norway to prevent men who are too lazy to build the foes and shovel off snow from leading girls to the altar suggests the Chicago TimesHerald married life would be one grand sweet toner nv r h Forest neierre In North Carolina A movement has been started in North Carolina to induce the national government to establish a great forest reserveof 500000 acres In the mountains of that state and it Improbablewill be successful ANCIENT RUINS DISCOVERED Relics Are Found While Digging a Canal on the Ute Rcaer- TRtlon In constructing irrigation ditches for the government on the recently opened Ute reservation Thomas H Wig glesworth unearthed ancient ruins of a unique character Mr WIggleswortb indicates that they are of the highest scientific importance He Is a civil en gineer who has lived many years in southwestern Colorado and is well trained in archaeological research Tradition and other evidence leads to the belief that the cliff dwellers were the immediate forerunners of the mod ern Indians Mr Wigglesworth believes ruins found by him were undoubtedly inhabited by a partially civ ilized people differing widely in habits from the races they preceded It Is his opinion that this earlier race lived In the fertile valleys and inhabited adobe houses Continuing ho said The mud houses occupied sites on the level ground and were surrounded by fields of grain I have dug through mounds 75 feat long and 30 feet wide which represent the remains of one of the large adobe structures In carrying forward the work on the large canal recently ordered by the government for the Ules we uncovered the foundation of a circular structure which had one story underground It is my opinion that the principal houses of these unknown people were two stories In height one story aboveground and one story below The ruins which we excavated are perfectly round and the foundations are as solid as the day they were completed It was apparently built tens of thousands of years ago I can point out hundreds of mounds of a nature similar to the one we opened e uncovered the most beautifulcase1V of antique workmanship I ever saw The vase was black with age and as the workmen of that region especially the Indians arc superstitions in such matters they threw the vase over the dump and I had quite a task finding it again The Indians will han dle nothing that comes from the ruins PROTOCOL PAINTING Signing of the reaceDocnmcnl Wen Handled by Artist Theobald Chartrnn The painting by the French artist Theobald Chartran representing the scene at the signing of the p ow prot ocol at the white house has been placed on view at the Knoedler gallery The picture was painted on a commission given by Henry C Frick of Pittsburgh It is to be exhibited at the Paris salon next May There is an opinion preva lent that Mr Frlck ultimately will present the canvas to the nation In size the picture is smaller than historical pictures usually are but the group of seven men present at the im portant meeting has been well handled by the artist The room is the presidents execu tie office The light cornea from the open window for lIe day Is a liot ppc in August through which a perspective of the white house playgrounds is seen A table fills the center of the picture At its head luncls the president to his left are the others Secretary of State lay is watching Ambassador Cambon who is signing the document In the background stand the three assistant secretaries of state Moore Adee and Cridlcr and the chancellor of the French embassy Mr Thiebaut In the accessories the technical skill of the painter is cleverly shown WOULD ABOLISH LOCK STEP New York State Prison ComtiiUilon Makes an Important llecoia- zueadatloa The abolition of the lock step and convict stripes In the prisons of the state is recommended by the state pris on commission of which Lispenard president mitted to the legislature the commission contends that the chief object of imprisonment Is the protection of society which can be more effectually accomplished by the reformation of the punfahlag be corrective rather than punitive nothing oner s selfrespect unnecessarily humiliate him and suggestion is made commission authorities to consider whether thee priaGS8AtIla EstifogforntMbty iprlsdai6erit- 1ifi Y r- f Bunker Iloms A Rubber Ml Garrison Cashier of the bank if Thornville Ohio had been robbed of health by a serious lung trouble un tij he tried Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Then he wroteIIt s the best medicine I ever used for a severe cold or a bud case of lung troub e I always keep a bottle on hand Dintfcuffer with Coughs Colds or- ti y Throat Chest or Lung trouble A cn ou can be cured so easily Ool- yIl situ 100 Trial bottles free c t T Paths Drug Store ItJUtull is now selling nt ol1t atf u pound in many Southern markets or 40 a bale A Fiendish Attack An attack was lately made on C F Collier of Cherokee Iowa that nearly p owed fatal It came through his kid nys His back trot so lame be could ntsrcop without great pain nor sit ir a chair except propped by cu bins iSo remedy helped him until he tried Electric Bitters which effected such a wonderful change that lie writes he feels like a new man This marvelous medicine cures backache and kidney trouble purifies the blood and builds up your health Only 50c at T E Paulls Drug Store Fifteen thousand men are on a strike in Havana Cuba most of them being cigar workers Vlmttf Your Face Worth Sometimes a fortune but ucver if you have a sallow complexion a jaun diced look moth patches and blotches on the skinall signs of liver trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills give Clear Skin Rosy Checks Rich Complexion Only 25 cents at T E Paths Drug Store ExState Senator John Ogilivo of Paducah died last week Will Godson a desperado was hanged at Birmingham Ala Fri day for killing a deputy sheriff EARLY MORNING SERVICE An Experiment to De Tried by Hey Dr Wilton Merle Smith of New York Rev Dr Wilton Merle Smith has In augurated early Sunday morning service at Central Presbyterian church New York and churchgoers of all Protestant denominations are deeply interested in the experiment It is the first time nny Presbyterian minister has ever tried to compete with the early mass of the Roman Catholics or the earlymorning communion services pf the Episcopalians TIle first of these services was held the other Sunday morning said Dr Smith and I believe they will prove highly successful The mepjbors of the congregation to whom I Novo talked think it a capital move Ono paper states that this move had been taken for the sake of the servant girl That is nonsense Of course the sore ant girl is as welcome as the millionaire but we are not catering particularly to her or to anyone else The early morning service Is for everyone There will be prayers responsive readings and a short sermon ill of which will last only 30 minutes We simply desire to make our church ns useful as possible ip the commun fly AT ODDS WITS SOCIETY Julio Ward Howe Not Flensed with the Modern Manner of High Social Life Mrs Julia Ward Howe is not satisfied with the manners of the general public and especially is she displeased with the manners of what she terms high society She announced this at a meeting of the New York League of Unitarian Women in All Souls church Twentieth street and Fourth avenue New York the other day The object of the meeting was a discussion an The Centurys Progress in Morals and Manners 1 wonder said Mrs Howe If the jnanners of the general public bave im proved ut all I contrast with the man ners of my youth the flee use in high society of what we may llff dialects of low life Worst of alt is tint apipgby Americans of foreign tastes and omfalr tlon Jn Aesops Fables the ass put on the lions sip but In our modern society the American Hop would gladly be mistaken for the IJiiropcgp ass and has here and there acquired tbp foreicn bray f An Address Wanted The man who was discharged by the bankruptcy court of debts amounting to 5000000 will please inform a wait ing world says the Chicago Record as to the address of the confiding per ton from whom he has been buying groceries Illegal Mortgage In a Texas case Jntlge Uillard decides that a mortjrngi otianunplantedcrop Is wholly illegal and void i State Cliarllira AIU nocialiue of TSerr York RrporU There Is Ko Demand for Bern According to the twentyseventh an Dual report pf the State Charities Aid association of New York the demand forgirl babies for adoption in the state is greater than the supply while boys are a drug on the market The report continues A sufilcjrnt number of good homes can easily be found for girls over ten years 01IIgeho are arIJbJ for placing In homes this itl j hiS probable litClaJlliPJMbis l tflfrJ w ita irk iicfi tytit lkr s- LH 0 r FARMERS HOME HOTEL G w COLE CLERKJoHNguRNs 1VIg1 5 7Ch t 55 5Li iCF t z 5isiti Il- iw t I V I 11 C t cI nwK wiC Iu i I I i Vj hiL ULL E THE BEST JOB WORK LV ONLY 100 PER YEAR I FREE AT COINAOEI 11 711111 a Cl MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED AND BEST CON + 0y DUUrSD 310 HOTEL IN TilE CITY LOCATED TilE THEATRES CHURCHES AND WHOLE HOUSES OF CITY a- rf o e DOORS 11 e pay hi fast price THE LOWEST PRICES 6oulltll JitteaLWftb Uptobate Filth Hotel CAMPBELL MANAGER INEAn LOUISVILiee H2RTUCEYe Henry Koehler Co ANDSASH LUMBER LUMBER rend for oUr and prioe r f I Q 2th and LOU IS31I LLE KY Capt J Speed Smith former Clerk of tho House of Representa tives died at Richmond recently An Editors Life S fed Jjy Cham berlainiS Cough Remedy During the early part of October 1S03 I contracted a bad cold which settled on niy lungs and was neglected until I feared that consumption had appeared in an incipient state I was orstantly coughing and trying to expel something which I could not I became alarmed and after giving the I localdoctor a trial bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough and the result was immediate improvement and after I had used three bottles my ungs were restored to their healthy stateR S EDWAUDS Publisher of The lleviewVyant Ill For sale by M Cravens Columbia KV Henry Darrell of Kioholna county and Miss Botts of Oviigeville were married while standing ou the courthouse eteps at tllo h tttr llace =A Warning Pain or soreness In the back must never be slighted Kidney diseases creep onus with only that one warning Delay is folly ullen by timely use of MprKurt Ltrcrand Jvidqty Cordial ih grcfti System renovator all danger can be avoldtd This remedy is a pos itive cure for Kidney and Urinary Troubles Sold by W M Belt Joppa Miss Emma M Baum a teach tr or Louisville dropped devilat fit liltY3 n o If thercderpf thisshould chance to know bfaty Rn4w11o Is iubJect to attacks stills he Cltdo trim ba greaterraVdVthati ttfWYilm bf them bcrlainb Ctillh lkll nq fitiibUE9 listedyht iilwA obtiel Iyer bpiDllCrYeea til oIt 0 ti 2 The Best 100 per Day Hotel In the City OfsG AllModern Con rell imcec GvGL- ARGE WAGON YARDS 400422 E Market LOUISVILLE KY AT I THE lQaIr N6is- tecentp 1 x the 1ateat t2pe lE iC iIniIC tiT C 7f7 71 7ip1 7t 7l 7f JIvenuE F PIKE j THE BLINDS AND MOULDINGS OAK axn- POPLAR latest catalogue liar and Broadway Blh Kentucky Remedy Pearl ofJblHoiis A wreck occurred on the Cinciu j nati Southern rold at Burgin A I car broke loose from a switch engine and struck the caboose of the freight almost completely destroy ing If t k tfoFtra brakeman who was in the ca 0o e was in I stantly killed Uown This 1Wc offer One Hundred Dqllars Ri ward fur any case of Cu tlrrh tat can not be cured by hulls Catnrrh cure F J CDBSEY CO Props Tub do Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the lastly years and be r here him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financial able to carry out any obligations made by their firm- I AVliBT x Tntux Wholesale Drug- gistsj Toledo O WALDING KINNAS l MARVIN Wholesale Druggists To ledo q- flapsi Catarrh Cure Is taken intern ally acting directly upon the blood ant Price175cTestimonials free- I11i111Rdmily I sills are the best l Mr Taylor ought to take th I Constitution to bed with him nuo I wrJle pith it until he become i mot fumfJisr vrith its most im portantprovi ions his ignorance j of the nghta of a State XegjIlaturo i in wonderfully dense rHe Fyolcd TJic Burgeons All doctors tuld Jtcnldc IJanillton or West Jcff jrsgn OJ after suffering- tyontbs front Rectal Flstdla he would Jiesr esa a Costly operation naspcr formed but be cured himself with Bucklcnrf Arnica halve the best In theiWorid burestPile csro on cart tiScR btfsatT Paulls DrugStore Jhntits itai kllIed iy- trnlu jD01rilt tilt f + f d 7rytip Tql l 0 t d KENTUCKY PLANING MLIL noDdyI G H MOODVC0 BOOP Blind Sash Mcffp Dealers in Rough and Bussed cISTRIR3ItZRYS K SPECIALTY We make all our own work and it is superior to Northern work Estimates furnished by request Ninth St near Broadway LOUISVILLE KY It PATTERSON HOTEL JHTWeSTOWN KY I a A NORMAN I HAYFIELD XT I GT ST r No 1 etter place ca be found than nfc the above named hotol It is new elegantly furnished and the ta ble at all times suit plied with the but the market afford Feed Stable n cia section J B PATTERSON Proprietor JT IIrADUc1Il Independent Tobacco Warehouse NORMAN MYLES CO Proprietors DAILY AUCTION SALESRETURNS PROMPTLY MADE 1119 TO 1125 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KYtSD HURST GENL AGENT Four Months Free Storage Mark H ids Independent House C 11111tr7niiw t AMERICAN PLAN 1 to 5160 PER DAY 7n FRANK ECKERT Manager vix rECKERTOTELrrt I i3ASB Fx lg= tD UMRTEFi 1 w ea OPEN DKY AND NIGHT J e wi1C Trade of AdaIr and adjoining counties solicitedITn t 71CJ71 I 71 11 11 11 if 7cislcCORN D4iSY t PROPRIETORS OF TIlE Lebanon oS Marble oS Worksy y LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers In all kinds ofdMARBLE ANDGRANITE Jf fIlQDI IJ T RIQ33 LOW WORK GTJARAvT ED Special attentlonglven to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc W3I F JEFFRIES Local A ent Columbia Iiy GeratiesurOne Bottle Cured Where Physician Failed t curr t- no lOOd euced 1ot Halfont tttert nso chotigsa- l waaentirelycare in c c r1torsiAAlacer hAND f ro s AG1LLI Healthc Restored t h very bndl etm to 8c1UJ v CI Vw I JrnOl did m morea I od cnlth Tumor Removed l 8 CmLERkU the wtferof one Qfm t piwombtbatshewaI c to 0100111 After ns1 gJPiII PiStf IJt r I I IJ k Y uffertia from eh orcpf Cife It A t i f lfFWfF T as kfoF Seven y n StllTeri file theii t n o I the ocantl dot senate IItxb16lIfuscIfnes ctcr place o J1BolUJ N ColmcSneU Tex Sold at all Drag Stores Price 100 Bottle L OER5TLE CO Proprs Cbatttaabogrp Tenn I orSalflbyTK Paiill1 Druggist ColumbiarKy 1 9wiS utlie time to snbscribe for the1 al- i JI a1alr4il A o nity News The most widely = j f 4j tiefJiX ttt ff tSr th mt t c iiteeI It ttt J 1t 0 IF