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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 Iui J THE ADAIE COUNTY NEWS yoj1ME 3 COLUMBIA AJDAIR COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 IQOO i NUMBER 17 ea t j lrlfIa DIRECTORY nulPostiaisler CeMiw cs dJre ToO am to9aopm iTIT DiRE T Y C Thre sessions a yearTbird ribl1l ijan ary third Monday In May and thlftlkipday In September nts1 GEiDuwcaahs ttorueyN H W Aaron swtitWIlurtCJ no t monCosynm Ju fJwCofity Attorney Jas Gs melt Jr jtkT K Stults er H HtMitchell AesSot0 A Bradshaw SIcCaffree sooBrdoolCoroner Leonard Fletcher 3Sr COCBT Regular court second Monday in lOCh tenthsifigeJ W Atkins 1VkOrncy Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BonKsviLin STREET Rev T F Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sunday a n each month Sundayschool at 9 a In ever y sSbbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday nfht METHODIST DnpKsvni13 STREET Rev J I uinPastor Services first Sunday in each moot Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GnEBNSDUiui STREET Bev B W Barne- ttaper Services third Sunday In each month BandnyBchol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAMPBELLSVILLE PISS Rev Z T William Pastor Services second Sunday in each tnmtb Sundayschool every Sabbath at9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC CeUMniA LODGE No CC F and A MBeg far meeting in their hall over bank on Frt day nlglit o or before the full moon in each month OAKEUP WM T B STUMS Sccj 1 = c o 1Coiover Hotel of JOHN H CONOVER Proprietor olul1biaososKentucky 11 HIS Hotel is one of the best in this Isection of the St ite It is a large ed twentyBigIht P plied with the best provisions the coun try affords Rates very reasonable my to Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET a Columbia Ky JUNIUSHANCOCKProT PF ken QSSTThe above Hotel has been re of tted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of f Table ed with the b cotheTood sample room Feed stable at hedaand TA U RA1 T JbecKrp the This stand is located near the de pot and meals are furnished at all its hours at 25 cents per meal The best eatables the country affords Ele gout sitting rooms for ladles GQHffllL HOTEL JAMESTOWN KYbo HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors his shTnBolt looks after the In1npoligneatstI to on is soayenlent to the business houses Pint was veryteisonablo An we i aJaoretllsuCAEATlIfABfMARK 1gAX RM PATENTS t FREt To At fegheipltcthA latentLaWer WASHINGTON DC f Dont take a peck of iU old kin el pills tbbdrei a of disease a of Little Liver PiUs JBBhiu lie wUbcnre fioY iidl H r t r n8kdeeeJ JI l + iris ltYp1 il 1tJOp r f T Soldiers Dream BYJ tic SCOTT Paris Texas r WrItten for The Adair County News nnn Lazily reclining halt awake h asleep upon my cot In the side ma at the barracks at Ft Clark sending clouds of smoke up from my San Mar- COs French brier I soon felt tithing e narcoctic Influence so pe liar the dark colored Cuban tobacco which a friend had given me at I West Thus 1 dreamily and Iazi puffed away until I seemed to be In a delightful delicious state which eon tinned until gentle morpheusclts my eyelids In sweet sleep Sleepj sweet sleep natures beauty restorer had at last weighted my eyelids down the wrinkles had left my brow a smile played around the corner of my mouth and my face wore a calmserene look my imagination I seemed to see my reclining form upon the cot In the small side room thus I slumbered cametthe s grew dark whilst across its Inky black seas the forked lightning flashed the winds moaned and sighed amongst the mosquito and cactus the deep toned thunder rolled and muttered whilst the rain descended with splash dash sprinkle There was a sulphurious odor in the atmosphere and the barracks seemed to rock and tremble as the loud knocking at the door was re peated In a moment the door opened with a crash a hissing sound was heard and the scent of sulphur grew stronger whilst clouds of bluish hazy smoke rushed into the now opened door when in stepped His Satanic Maj esty the deril with head resemb ling that of a Volunteer Colonel and spiked tale to which was tied a bunt hard tack and a bunch of embalmed beef and around which ever and anonI played a streak of brilliant fire out a hissing sound Streaked flu played about the horn which protrud from his massive brow as he ad a sauced toward me his cloven hoof crushing into a shapeless mass my French Brier which had fallen from mouth upon the floor AdvancI the center of the smoky room flashed his terrible eyes upon my retclining form and in a deep sonorous voice he exclaimed youIareI replied Please raiseyour tail little higher lestyou scorch my new Kakhj uniform tam the deIliagain he said 11 have heard you spo otby the Colonel Said I What would your Satanic Majesty me a halfstarved Texas volunteer Come take a walk with me he said noterc Before I could reply there came clap of thunder the ea trembled again the barracks shook t tlearbrilliant on the horn and head of his the 0bcroof of the barracksrswung up and backward as It on hinges displaying a threatening sky above Again across inky blackness flashed the forkedII lightning each flash displaying huge billowy and sombre clouds whilst the deep itonations of the thunder be faster and louder dying off In roars and rumbles in the distance FastealngblsfCJrkedtongu in the of my brown duck fatigue pants warranted not to rip or tear and his horn in my regulation collar he spread ills huge batlike wings aloft out through the root out the rain and storm We went on up up fast now faster There a whizzing rushing noise a slat sickness of the stomach as his majesty IIIawayseemed almost at a standstill as Iys- upposcdtbousandsot miles up InthesFor an instant we Hovered Ie carthiasjflall pmlmmSipgt en we slowly began to descend fast faatcrtintU at last we we were G weep titmeteoraI1 a The I liefarad L Ulog v t j rY1liieaa t It tad m y It unmealninemprehension but on every side were no tlceable great iron balls and locks besides iron beingcuticed a great many mechanical appli ances all made of willlyThese are my surgical Jnstru mentssald the splitedmy side attired in his receiving cos fume of red wearing a sardonic smile and you are now In the place where the Third Texas volunteers wish the Colonel was =Hell Follow me heNeroared and he led me to a place where seemed to be a number of iron vaistapesunken in the floor Taking the cover from one of these vats a human for with face distorted turnekplIare religiously inclined people who in their ignorance claimed to be Go chosen followers but not practicing what they preached were worse anItI We boil them for thirty days then place them in charge of fa voluntteer Colonel he keeps them together f he likes his job Continuing our investigation I f lowed my conductor a few steps fur that when with a grin he opened means of a large Iron ring a massi door to a large dark cavern edors out gambamiserablclortkingscrceching ing with wild eyes matted hair at shipemaciatedstrange looking machine and set it in operation This machine scarri8 haveieThis being accomplished the de pulled a throttle which deluged t victim with a strong solution of a Upmssgood Christian on earth would not aI givealpoor beggar a morsel of food a who prayed loudly in public and robed b of the widow and orphans with hi nearrentstrgoodsaidehetime to eternity 01 Farther on we came to a man bout callwithcUainSng girl whose glassy eyes stared to his whilst the agony depicted be onIhis face told of his dreadful moo anguish Said his devilshlp Thlsfo is the fate of the seducer There areta millions of them within these walls Next we came to a group of longaD thatrwho were playing Push Pins and lain Mumble the Peg These quoth the devlIare a harmless set who illrtligh They have not BUfllcieut intelligence know should 1 wIitthemselver In this manner to keep out our way Still further nn we came to a genuine welogonecayenne pepper Quoth His Majesty These are hypocrites who pretending to be followers of Christ told lies circulated scandalous wIonme others and who trieoftheir respective neighborhoods in water and now I am trying their ownloremedy and find it enCeli veleJWe next firsftanotherneck of her dress This young lady 1 said the devils wiles on earth toiled hard allthc Sabbath day pwderIng cing primping over her toilet and walked two miles to church without a the foliartnetIthhernosc stuck into q big 1Im bur er cheese His Majestf jxplijiRg 4lunctlr sore tors bsckbTt her neighbors was atenhorse drWodandcbUdren She wears this piece of jewelrY all the theUI 8itldldsJMajeetYI 4i Ws aeiliae l 9re tetlow being QtW4 I i Jc this fellow was a preacher who whl eternally preaching The Sabbai day Keep it Holy constantly wo ed his maid and man servant his acd three horses all day Sunday at that he spent much time at his faul less toilet and played his congregatic for suckers Proceeding through a long passa we came to a nude man who was heir rcifully flogged with a cato tails whilst his moans and crii could be heard a mile A great frow gatherd on the massive brow of devilsbip as he said This inhum- beat aneditorandIhavesea runilthe best I can do H be whipped throughouteternity next thing that attracted m attention was a man had his tongUe and his leg stuck through it This man had went about the countr with a Bible under his arm while 1 Its wife and little children hoed cotton susirm next entered a large circula chamber where suspended by rei were numerous chunks of em balmed beef the stench arising therefrom being unbearable to me so I d away quickly I have recent this place prepared for the ben ndi s officers inyoui Uncle Sams big army said the devil is the best I can do for them just- now Hard tack salmon and sour to Sorv Jolthis stuff showbyme shotret the killers the whiskyites and les but as I had already heard of damd0n to take me back to the post twas nearly time for retreat and missdit the Colonel would me yanked to the guardhouse atIme anhed I became unconscious on opening my eyes and looking I found I Lad been dreamt the room was enveloped in a c smoke whilst my good old French bgmy new uniform had been sounded and dress pa was over I had been on fats and was not supposed to be pres mdass of course Souppy soup soup sly1abeef the toughest ever seen sprang from my cot and fell in line supper and somehow every th better than usual and kitchen gangJ marveled at my silence wagered their canteen checks I had been talking to the Chap WANTEDtReliable man for Manager of Branch Office I wish to open in this vicin Good opening for an energetic man Kindly mention this paper n writing A T Momus Clot Ia Half Ohio Illustrated catalogue 4 cts posaqeliu gandwounding year by the Laurel court t Nervous Prostratloii I had nervous le for years ch at timescampletelY pros and made life not north livin- d many physicians and no end wlthouhott Ma Iowa persuaded jhe to try s SarBaptrillaand on The t bottle weqt 19tIierIgbt felt a coinfetechange and no perfeorsale by 4 h efiiJolipat Ky Magoffingovernment 128 due him services asppstinasterin law Cir4 ric ligip i Ifr J Richardson bad a running on his leg tot 20 years Tried doc and medicines without ldotany permanentoctM1 LDrNun D1l1y sit Hartford la recommended 1sSarsaparlUr Lnk Iron to careDes cause ttbe sore and make it heal reiedfRi1ei pasrtY Abpx tf 1 o SfATENEWsI Ner CapitolC soilY intentI appropriating renceburga agedsuitayhn juryCj healthoj Mart gainud whilBt ReOn 6the oretsoorukshipped clemencyQ pat4w gGordon regiIiyC91victedth precipitating revplutipijists esdarirIM I aox Tz1t Exposition Government requisition Mosleyehpt themA Authorities sefirs established Bybeetown Madcl whichresulted as- sassinatIOn lendersto Lexington Thursday kSenleia 1mon ProsGI virtually argument gr- esg0naor TJexipgtori otiatraiu denpnnood rthe Louisville resolutions Loiiisvilld Frankfort toA introduced Congress building resisting irisfoil smallpox outer distinction awaiting vomiting Frankfort petition Attorney andother U8rlwor hised adopted Glasgow Governor Louisville pretenses quaranti adthe political OhleCle asefit Garnett Board William Nichols porter Bacon killed electric Soldiers shameful misuse Museum Brutus Young Barren effects opiate probe suicidal 75000 Paducah declined signed At- Town Fredonia Caldwell Diarahal killed Floyd Ordway charge Harrel obtains Whalen dismissed bytl grand Willis Ringo rotary Govern Buckner FlorieJ where 1very county broken driving taking driver county Hillalld county Broken Middles Howard conies spiracy father Philpot county thelug killed Griffins married Barbara soldiers Nicholas guard Kendalls charge being lynched George Barnes swallowed seventeen given trouble attack relieved fraction an- shortlength Beckham exercised ofFra Louisville rewho confined Louis Assistant teatili sentenced mistake Charles Clkud JDoshi Seater ehoQtlu lrom ukfort SundH3 evening whom pdtrolfaifq tai fray good Road State Clay Paris hotel taken honor count arrest 4500 State under while under home their Estill where death Clay bears three bride thews there Kond thorn which great days thorn near prong negro pciii cuarg ting Mtf Grim John court attbo Aurhi tage ward Sons with false week years years rduil iron tle teat wire store with died been Law from died gone neck back team went dead with Pete feud Miss inch Gov Brea igai that said have men tihlr ing lean said Mat deal who ltel ston livo bets ison will and S1 who who last Rob had who The Mrs She and first The ltnE kd- y and The His hav left lust and and bill and and tree rial ails had few had had tfie His Fra new cone the has ohn had bed five Fra had ben the oftt bet ago sons the the has ago the Cir the ice by by were the Mr by the ngu by the hus eut near the the the ills the the her the tho ths the by ton na for lor his his for pea of Mr for his his inur his ettn se was of let Va was tar was At tor was was was was one ijy ha H da was one ecu nt W ena of he oro are in at ed of in in be of of of to N at at to H of at of an at to H of of of he in of of it of of at of at of of of in of in on of A of to to go fr A be is th L y as as B B on in L is is is on as to an to on ei as ti an J J S S d J I hJ d g 10y a a a n a t 1 a a a a a a a a n a a a 7 t t n a a s c e i r t lI s r T a cA r I 11 o5gs 1 i w York wae yjaUr I u jurious anow storm rwceusly 7 Heavy falls of snow iu Nohras I and Vostern Iowa ltst WIltIAtKokomo Lid jArthiir Wl j f Itford iJxis tfrpat1ftge to track furhiere in parts of Texas tth6 J Jeffries and James J Corbett AlId ca killed hr dnmcon lit eulfdefeiise John B Oltman a broker WAS stttitpre WeblYheavy purchases Jn this con u cavalInry s Richard Wallace a widower of 69 years nail Miss Josie Brews 16 were married at Decatur IIarria of Peru Iud died of a broken hart because hill vijfe hayd 523 Cuusiderable excitement exists over the discovery of gold in Bren ugicause d her attending hops silts Lin Harris of Chicago ended he rataator J Wits fro to death at Aiinistuu Ala atunusual thing in that section Good the country table stalMrsNew York was elected president SuffrageAssociation Nancy Hamilton aged 84 dead near Golconda ill e laughing and talking to her store James McDowell and William WIIDformer was killed and the lat badly wounded Three Massachusetts soldiers of ALL Tventyaixth volunteer regimentJ said to have been captored and J to death by insurgents in THE Philippines Henry Brtwer aged twelve yers committed suicide at Indianapo because he had been upbraided by his mother for engaging in fight with a companion trxJEt Kiley Grannon the plunger lost his fortune and is 00 JjjjandjEnglandhis health and fortune Foir thousand mules hove 1DRfrom Fort Worth Texas tthe British government to be hO8iuceand thousandIt OFthatIn a freeforall tight a6 Notion WilHam Jenkins was kills iLell= staTidor was shoe u 1hip trouble arose over an ol IriomikingGlarksville Tonn James a qolored cook cut lrnIRawlings throat from Thepere time murdoreT made the fatal thruet tinner awavhnt had occurredand Baizgut his sqQtgut firing at the ue ers oaii ho run rind blow his brains J SffcBongHaBison 1th6Tr YOIJZatle fox hiltLWh Isb lat ri9I11i8 rmflktillgROBl9 I Clefts fit T1olY YX rE j rj s t f fJ I i v C ao 0 FRANK JACKMAN jE JIUlERfCOLUMBIA KY filiaranittcs 5tJsfectio n In fill Work J OLD GOLD AND SILVER 71 L Bought At Market Prices Sevciub 1actine liuter HandIN ohE IE I E Ht Mf T lgdH+ dd BBM- Blacksmiths t AND VVOoclvrorkare Columbia Ky oforre BUiirleor bunrUresbolts Our prices are right anti satis faction guaranteed Give us a call Newly Furnished American Plan fLN Per Day flte oafer83Cotcf MEALS 25c W Market St LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER flfcr Hotel ProprII Kentucky IIIthansample rooms and a firklna Rates eery reasonable Tees attached GORDON MOKTGOMBBY WII COLUMBIA KY adlolnlacountiesUSTOfflce up stairs over Paulls drlll miQ i NIDENTIST WORK N ATLV DONE lIP CIC ATTENTKiN GIVEN TO PEEVIKT Ir 0 IRKKQULJAt TEETH AND TO SAVING OF 11LE NATURAL 1SXIX OFFICE TUTT BUILDING USE THE Monarch Coffee- It J is the best on the rmnrket and II by W R Lyon the grocerjmaa is handled iu Columbia by Beed BroRussell M 0 SALLEE DENrlST ceful attention given to me and prosthetic dentistry dental surgery T CotrteyHnntor CQLnbiBLiHY HALL INGRdGolumbia Ky AM PREPARED TO DO ROOF snit GuttcHnug Spouting or anj kilJdof work done by a firstr class I also use the galvanized with patent wiry hang Satisfaction guaranteed Sell the best Churn on the flarket Next deer to W L Walkers 0 r Hardware Go LQtJJSVILIEKY 1 i d trade js Solicited and 9 lt4i i to t faetioa Cnarantwd r Renie id ovfu SrtiILL Q La i 41t41t- c 1 t TH f ADAIR oollNiPuh- hshad Every Wednesday lJY THE A air ounty oHwsoI- tl COlzPO1LATEu- Q2 ICJOver Jr Cravens druwrc corner ll1bllo square and campbollville PJke A Democratic noKepaper devoted to thetntcr- ests of the city ofCOhmbb and the people It dair Qud adjacent counties tnltrcdlot the Couatbla POltomceauecoDd claws man matter SI1DSCRIP N R1TBS ova YEAn f1Ju SIX tOSTJlS 600 8TRICTIY IN ADVANCE CI1AS N UARnJ Editor LDv RrJrNGPATR Loca otices ten cents per line for fist It- iertlon nndtllve ceps perhe fir each Uble rent inscrtlonr DISPLAY ADS l apace Tnct- t2Iu I a lnebcs- a Inaes- a lLtbr bed Coli C I 1 Irk 75iI 151 iO 10J GP =iMO S 10 202w IsO 100 r oj I 1 3JOj 300 600 60- Is 00 cr G Mo3WI M1lfo Soo 40 1 Yraoo 7 00 1000I 11000 603 Tjcre Al Ian Icparlirf r OB ce rare iiuKr an clrcuri 15 WEDNESDAY FEB 28 Out of 42 cased of nlngue lit Mn nilaJ2 proved fatal Tho Kentucky Legislature only hiss fifteen days to remain in eos sioli The Deuiocrutic National Con Ventipn vsil bo held nt Kansas as Qity Io aivl July 4 is the date tcThe McClioril Railroad bill has paeeed the benalo snd it ia beliov ed twill go through in the HOUfCtJ itti9 thoight tmt lIP vitl lnaMi to appear bcioro te c31t fur liil inn few days On account f th polities us coniplicat ions in tse Stite a vry Healthy and htt Jl1tJt is bfug pile l Ufur tin taxpayers to wrestle with 1 1 ttttu the Fls rlr f Whit Py county supposed to linpiicato 1 in the nsfcissinatiun ul Gov Goebel is out on a 10000 bond Harlan Vliirtalccr wits refused bail It is sai1 lut tln next Demo erotic National platform ttillrwl J- tain a plunk advocating the olo lion of United States tseuatur by popnlar vote The CoiiBtitntion s provides for the chang Gen Crtiije that connmnder of the Boers has not yet surrender ed He has bee1 lighting desper + atejy for some days with tlit Brit Jishouthree sides of him pouring in o heavy artillery fire I r The bill to appropriate one hun dred thousand dollars to be fx pended in running down tilt con spirators and the assassin of G rv Gbebel has paused the Sunato und it will go through the House this week The Boera are gel ting the wont of1t for the first time since the war commenced They are fight ing however four to one and it may be that they will again rally t- Ed cat out of the close quarters they are now in ISkLJblm S Sweeney tho Republican Aud itor takes no chances He has refused to pay pretender Taylor since the time Mr Goebel tl was sworn in as Governor This may look a little strange but Mr Sweeneys bond company knows its Business It was given out last Friday thatt1ie Court of Appeals would adjourn to Louisville or hold their sessions in the Capital Hotel fear ing that members of the court would be assassinated byred handed murderers r lAa of the Frankfort City Council Friday night a reso lution 3ondemning the presence of armed mountain men passed and committee appointed a to call on W S Taylor and ascertain the names of all fibldidsaiid tI ocii yiiithe 1 i eCu tiklt Ilt Idhli t t- In the next National contest be tween the Democratic cud Kwpub pIe jlican parties three great quwtions will be vonsidorctd uud ve believe will almost obscure other issues of vital importance The financial question tho question of trusts und imperialism Just now it b4IIRepublican party will nsmain the to advocate of that policy extolling the present administration on its imperialistic road While there in are some Democrats who believe in the seizing and controlling ofIlt outside territory by tho United States yet the dominant and pre vailiug Democratic sentiment will oppose such iv policy as enslaves the people of any country or clime w- It is equally true that many Rotu publicans do not indorse nt Republican methods and believeI that all people are of right free are and independent Tbis question coming out of tho conflict with Spain the result of a war declar ed on humanitarian grounds isbl nut yet fully understood by the great muss of people und when the search lights of intelligence to penetrates this question this change of National policy we con fidently believe that a large percent of the people will cjiuo tuU their own conclusions on this ot question irrespective of party af liliutions As to trusts tile grentj combinations organized under the lines for the purpose ef extracting uujust profits to control the busi ness of the country will be one of the great questions that will bo considered in the campaign next u- 1fnllNo period in the worlds a history hue witnessed the forma tion of vo many powerful trusts of liars been born within thu last two jears No political party has ever fathered and fostered the it birth null maturing of to many powerful agencies destructive of free void open competition tiii labor and commerce On this question we expect tho Republi can party to straddle fur no other purpose than to gather monjy front the trusts and votes from tho people Thoro will be no doubt to the Democratic position oub the question of trusts At to thes financial question the people are well prepared to decide on it It will be u great cunllict and we ex Itpect to see u great victory won the Democrats Gov fABeckhaminjunction suits over the office of Governor came to an agreement last week and signed tho papers this agreement the two illjunctJ Lion suite one against Buckhaui the other ugainet Taylor are con jlidnted and aro to be tried this week before Judge Field of Louis yule Ail parties agree to abide L O by the decision of the court the right of an appeal being granted In judicial learning integrity fairness and Christian churictur Judge Field is the peer of any roan on the Kentucky bench The ease was called yesterday but it will likely be two weeks before the matter is finally settled The Kentucky Democrat gets at it this way Suppose you occu pied a house and had u lot of men at work under you besides quite a number of your shootified friends from up the creek paying you a friendly visir Suppose a fellow came along that you not only had it in for but who wus presuuipt enough to want to take your job away fiom you Suppose a shot was fired from that house and that fellow dropped with a bullet hole through his bodrr Suppose every door of that house was immediately closed by you to officers of the law How do you suppose you would ever bo able to fix up all this thing with tho public in general Suppose you think about it The tariff question is still ItS vital and us great now as in other days We have more evidence of its unjust operations now than any time in the past but the mag nitude of trusts their destroying power on free and open coin peti tion within our own country will command much attention Crusts are formed to control to extract unjust profits from consumers to reduce the price of raw material ntid to advance the price of theI manufactured articles They jpefe in their work fioin the head Lut f1 tooH tey Bead tctaiu tjniig y down and certaiiith iia up tkdy G f 2 lal rprey upon the great commont pee Tho rapidity of their forma tiuu and the magnitude of operation under u lpu thjrI miuistratiou implicates that party as their protector and frieudIt The Commissioners of reward fund will bo Judge JOBt Lewis John K Hendrick R Bradhurn John D Clardy and William M Moire who ere execute bond and are to servo without compensation Not nn re than 25000 shall be expended preliminary investigation and none of it is to be paid to attor JAMESTOWN Circuit Curt closed last Saturday forenoon Notwithstanding term held during a riisacreeablt week crowd of people were iu iiitvnd unce and our merchants Hit a gwd All roads loading into J nuBtuwu in a fearful condition iilniuit iur passable reiutndion our peupie that much gravel is badly uoeded 1 Lt Hove that the trade cf ibis place would doubled if WII hud v good road law The Uaak of Jamestown ie ifi splendidly It has only been iiiojjtit lion six months and the deposits up this time have r ailfd tb cxlncts lions of the promoters of the onttr priKi Thore is K good doiiiiind fur money and the promoters are smihUcc the business will grox It is great convenience to the business teen the county anti a little reinrkKle that a bunk was cut established here cars a o Judge W S Stone is the cashier fJe makes a plendid oRIccr and enjoys the coiiUdenco of the peo ple 11 Is frnqiiciitlv t I sifid bj tr- W S Knight sit 1xelclt busis- man und popular rhentry hotly JudgcJosph E llajs Iistnest uis landmark is still prostrate upon bed of uffliction He i beinjj Er ful nurMd hot ihun isII1It little u p his ultimate recovery The store usni unrtr the 3iayle Hall is now Far uI tm t IH sid i at UfW Stll Iii a 3q ti OPtlJi r1- thi stan u U trtt s Jrll 1 fbt I1h i Vrlbhi t- a ttdtla Ir P I + Jnit tilelk out Iht IIhxplrd trriu of his bt father Ht Is au nxceilcnt youu man can get the ofllce for the asking Drs Flanagan und Itowc are tb leading physicians of this place each reviving a good practice Harvey bit has been in his nov house several vecksand It Is he is having a very good trade KIn LE Mrs Tinie Wells is visiting her sis Mrs Winfrey Ireland Ky G A Kimble was in Frankfurt last week A II Humble is in Wayne and Clin counties this week looking after CS F L Wilson was down on the river this week looking after furs lr Green who has been Manager ot Uonta Stave Mill has returned wj Uurgin awl the Mill has closed down for a short time The following attended court at Jamestown this week D Wilson J Darnell Judge Irvin G A Kimble B Vaughan W I Stephens S A Sirpsun E T Tarter K Hadley and Terry Humble lames Uo s sold his house and lot tot It Humble for 837500 J A Darnell sold his blacksmith shop and residence on Mill St to Jus Siuw and has moved to a farm near McEi Toys store Elvert Darnell has opened up a gro cery store In Judge Irvins building Vaughan Bros C Snow are havlnga large dry house built near the roller millMr L D Kimble who has been attending college at Bowling Green for some time lerta few dasslnce for Lexington and is now attending Kentucky TJnverslty Graham f Vaughan had their ice- houses tilled with ice during the late cold spell ROLLINQSBURG Sam Wilson Grecnsburg visited relatives in this neighborhood from Saturday until Monday Mr J A Salmons of Butlers Fork was in our midst Tuesday on business Messrs Elbert Hood and Woodle Paxton were visiting on Butlers Fork last week Mr Jack Hudson sold to Mr S B Moore 10 shoots at 3J cents The Ringing atMrs Martha Paxtons Tuesday night was largely attended and very much enjoyed A thief entered the chicken house of Mr S B Moore a lew nights ago and lifted quite a number of fowls from their perch Rev W S Dudgeon will preach at Bethlehem next Saturday and Sunday Miss Lillie Hood is attending school near Camp Knox Messrs J H Paxton Abe Sullivan and Mrs Strain Coffey last Moedityat tqmpted to cross tho rfvcr at Greco burg io a ml ica tb6 ford and the horsasbecasaeusmeuago JibleAfiM rUFhed Jatijifcjniftliig raD r atjielp wax near and by cutting ihb tcain loose they all escapedg 4 ct t r EARLY ENGLISH COACHEjS Their Introduction Said to Have Been Due to Queen Eleanor rq The Introduction of coaches 1ertime entitled ICA Warning Piece England Against Pride and Wick ednesse being the fall of Queen Eleanor wife to Edward King of England who for her pride by Gods judgment sunk into the ground at Charing Cross and rose at Queens hither She was the first that did Invent In coaches Brave to ride She was the first that brought this land To deadly sin and pride Later testimony no less direct credits the first introduction of coaches to Sir Thomas Chamber layne English ambassador to the court of Charles V of Spain and again to the earl of Ihilland for whom Walter Nippon Queen Elizabeths subsequent coachmakcr is recorded to have built the first coach that ever wits fen in England Anno Domini lira However this may be a great stir was certainly made in England by the magnificence of the royal coaches which Queen Bess received as pres eats from her admirers abroad Her admirers at home followed suit Thus Sir Philip Sidney risked his knightly reputation by appearing in a coach instead of on horseback riding into Shrewsbury in bis wagon with his trumpeter blowynge very joyful to behold Good Bishop Hall in his Satires published shortly afterward took a less joyful view Ist not a shame to see a grootne Sit perched In an Idle chariot roomc were not meet some panel to bestride Surcingled to a galled hackneys hide In spite of such criticisms the use of coaches grew apace so that young Shakespeare could earn a livelihood by holding the coach horses of tbe la dies that drove to the Globe theater In 1G01 a bill was actually brought in parliament to rcstrnyn the excessive use of Coaches within this realm of t2nntonl IA fnmnhil lroaonnA CHINESE LAP DOGS The Latest Canine Fad In Germany Fingor and PellHi During the last year a few Chinese lap dogs have been imported into Ocr many and so much interest have they excited among lovers of pet dogs that strenuous efforts have been made to lineageNotbf this breed are highly prized in pblna and the finest specimens are fb be found only in the imperial pal nee at Peking and in the homes of a few high officials Among the canine elite in Peking are Pingor and PraPerrYHerr and ot they were born in the imperial palace Pingor is two years old nine inches long five inches high and weighs about two pounds Peilhi is of the same size and weight She has a black head and a body altogether white except in two places whore there are black spots Herr Brandt has received from Germany an offer of 2000 for his two tiny pets but he willnot part with them He want to keep them for breeding purposes That German money will be to procure other dogs of tbe same breed in Peking is quite likely but It will be very difficult to find two dogs quite as desirable as Pingor and Pcilhi How they came into the possession of Herr Brandt we are not told but the mere fact that they first saw light in the imperial palace stamps them as dogs of the bluest blood Today there are several of their relatives in the palace and many an hour their at tendants spend giving them an airing and carrying them about snugly wrapped in the folds of long robes N Y Herald VeteranLl W Stone Anita Iowa served hla country during the- latewsrattheezpensooflilshcalth The story concerning restoration to health ia gives below In his own words myCOO5titutionwed extreme nervousness dad fadl gatiosu Physicians slid not help me one prescribed Dr Mlles Nay iatf and today I am in better health than I have ben for thirty years DR MILES RJtoratwe Nervineto sold by d c Jintbbtt 6eIEk1 t Beek oa ho tt ti hi Hu ii DiMAM M liell Cginesthy EIkb i It iilfly II 1 iiT1 i1nrt l Y hl1Ult t t R 7 J Extra sliippln I Lightshlppiug ill Best butch r 4 2r Fair lo ifintd bulUiors 3m I 00 Common tu medium rfckr J W fx HOGS Choice paqklug and butch ers 2i5to30 lbs 4 90 Fair to good packing ISO If 200 ttt rz Uii ixira i1ht161- 1tr its 7 MIBKI ASI LFB1- Uood to extra shipping Sheep 4 2- fJuir t to gOCIt riofToo t uct1tU1l 3 00111 jf SilvertSTArWARD NO 713 N S P This beautiful bay stallion was sired by Silver KiDR Sr he by IlubbluVOn Time dam Lady Mounts by Gabons Lexington First daru by Limber Jim second Old Drennon third thorcughc bredISILVER KING JRIIs as richly bred as any combined horse that ever entered Adair county is 1C hands high and and a perfect mod el Ills disposition can not be sur passed and taking all qualities into consideration there are only a few horses in the country his equal This line horse will make the season of 1900 on A C Jeffries farm 1 mile west o1 Eppersons mill and one mile ca t of Joppa at the extreme low price of fiOO to insure a living colt If mare isc traded before colt is foaled mon y is duecMy jack Wade Hampton will be permitted to serve mares at the game place for S5GO to insure a living colt Description and PedigreeWadeI- Iamptonis an iron grey 14J hands 7 years old aud guaranteed to beh sur perb breeder He wasSired by Udells Jack he by Imported Mammoth Jam by Grundys Old Duke Mr II II Collins a wellknown mule man of Taylor county says I saw ten of the above named Jacks colts sold at J B SpurllnglI sale and I consider them far above the average of mules of the country C G tJHFF4 IES f6tna LitGInsllrallG6 Go 01HARTFORD CONN CHARTERED 1020 Assets 54000000 Surplus 8000000 0The Aetna will write you a 15Pay ment Life Policy for the same or a less rate than other firstclass companies will write you a 20 Payment Lire Policy thereby guaranteeing to save you 5 full premiums and 5 years in lime On the basis of equal cost the JiTN A GUARANTEES more Insurance greater extensions greater cash and loan values and greater paid up val ues at the end of equal periods of time than any other company Policies absolutely incontestable at ter one year Nonforfeltable after two years on limited pay policies The LOWEST HATES of any Brst class company For further information call on or address W D JONES Agent Columbia Ky Strayed or Stolen A yellow shepherd dog White In breast and on nose and face Heavy coat of hairand good size Please not iv Mrs M J Holladay Columbia To Cure La Grippe In Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinlnerab lets All druggist refund them rcr if It falls to cure E W Groves signature onevery box 25 cents DUo and all other obstructions to ottxt health aro immediately removed rom tho Liver Stomach and Bowels by Mor leya Littlo Liver Pills for 1JiU U8 People SugarCoated Ono a dose Sold by W M Bell Joppa Ky Nervous Prostration I had nervous trouble for years which at times completely prostrated me and made Ijfe not worth living I tried many physicians and no end t f nerve and other remedies without re JleflJr M J Ctaws merchant Ma Ipy Iow persuaded ine to try Mor leys Sarsaparilla and Iron Thevery nest bottle went to the right sirot for Iftltrcotnpiete change and now at tctusipgslx bottl lln all larepcij fecUy frilij HwJ iikrriE Fl ltMt- ybrsaie by SV14Bell idppfc Ey I s s- a R K YOjUJNClJy y 4F HAN yK itOung TInck LIVERYMEN f We haven new and commodious stable Good aock and good rigs Careful drivers employed Your patronage solicited New Store at Russell Springs I 0The undersigned have just opened up a Dry Go ds Store at the above named place We handle Dry Gods Notions Booots and Shoes Clothing Grocer ies Hardware Saddlery and Harness We makeIa specialty of Clothing We invite your trade J D mJCHKN St BRO I O fl i 0 0 0 0 0 bt1v 0 9 0 O O 0 They MustI0a Ness than 50 Cents to the Bol 0 0 lat We Propose to Close 0ci This lime 0Boys Wool Hats at 5c Boys Caps 5c 0 Three Spools Black Thread oc One lot Corsets 25c j iOne Lot Button Shoes 50c VorkJackets loc i 4 Work Shirts 15 to 25c o One lot Ribbon 3 inches wide 2c per yd 0 Brogan Shoes whele stock 85c Papers New Garden SeedwIens Boys and Childrens Winter Ilvo We have a full line of Ladies 0101h1we will sell cheap Miss Mary department and will take showing yu the goods We also handle 0 9 unztrAat e f1iltdOOlP fC i0- mess fot8e Col1mrrs and in fact everything kept in a firstetas q store 0 Give us a call we will treat you rightbIi flags9 Goffeg planter I0 0 0 0 444444444444 ifmit t T I Filth Avenue ffiotRl1 PIKE CAMPBELL MANAGER ilOjstf CENTHAUOY LOCATED AND REST CON DUCTED 20D 1IOTBL IN TilE CITY LOCATED I NUt THE TKEVTHE3 CnunCHES AND WHOLE I HOUSES OF TIlE CITyfIALE iOmI1VI Jr ra KENTUCE Np N warinners Glieap Gash a 1 ST0RE I Is the place co go to get Goods cheap I have some of the best clothing for the money of any store in Colum bit1 and I have aline of sh6es that I propose to sal cheaper than they have ever r i j 4V been sold for before in 7 this little city i f YV Grocery i ji stock and other lines are 4I tebmpleterand too numerous to mention in this space I want to turn my stock over several times this season and in or to do tins I ivill sell fora closamargin I am not talking nonsense but these are facilstwLeapP reeiato wliar thVteople have done forme since I came to Columbia andI l o ittov yYOUlll the fiitureif you rc 0 I r vgiye me your trade want to doable7 w v IL J J trmybusines thinearand todd ehis illseirafc tl very close rrgffPl cash Give me ftvooll Respt r 1Ipr Ti J Ni nnJr r ERr fitI Aw- PERONL MENTIONe I frs Wtha Header has returned lmetS Mr III Juddnr ft his regular tn A HtaiSaturday mght niglsnMiw W Jones has been quite sick fr several days ML E Hays Montpelier Calie at tf News office last Saturday fJW Johnston did a good bus nesi t ulestown last week aurt Sirs Tim Bradshaw and Mli WtlleBradshaw are on the sick list v f jri W 1L Wllmore who represents thllJNwR at Grady ville was up Mon dn l Mf J It Yates passed through Co luiiuiB Monday enroute to Marion aunty Mrs Sarah Bell of Elkhorn is visit expfnear Mr Jas Garnett Jr assisted in the prosecution of Murrell Tarter at Jamestown last week Mr J C Yaws Bradforlsville passed through CoMmbia last Saturday cnroute to Gradyville Miss Susie Rush who has been visiting Mrs D H Butler started for her Texas home Monday Mrs J W Richards is in bad llcalt and at present confined to her room but it is hoped that she will soon be well littlt after a two weeks visit with relatives ElkhornMiss Tate who has been mak ing her home with her sister Mrs A A Strange this city left for Louis ville last Monday and her little lyedaughterhome tonight They were to leave Pensacola Fla last Monday LOCAL JOTTINGS Next Monday will be county courthad Circuit court will open at Edmonton next Monday Born to the wife of Asure Damron the 17 a daughter Twin boys were born to the wife of John Hopkins one day last week For Sale a cow and calf good milk er calf ten days old W L Walker Columbia Ky ed The roads have been in a fearful condition for the past week almostt impassable If you need life insurance and want E to get in a company that is a company sec J E Murrell Miss Addle Tate entertained a few friends at the residence of Capt W W Bradshaw last Friday evening For SaleA good farm well impror ed all necessary buildings lying on but Cumberland river Russell county J1I Smith Lula Ky Men who have petered out of the Democratic party in their old age are too utterably miserable to contem plate Salesman wanted to look after our sold interests in Adair or adjacent counties Salary or commission The Harvey Oil Co Cleveland O ted Matters and things must be getting right in Adair There has not been a United States Marshal in the county for ten days All parties owing me either note or account are requested to call and set tie at once I feed mon y J W Jackman Uncle Sol Turpen will preach at the Egypt church at 11 a m the 3rd Sunday in March also at Mt Pleas ant on the same day at 3 pm An infant child of Mr and Mrs W O Pile fell down a stairway last week I and was considerably hurt It is now about well Miss Effle Bradshaw entertained a few special friends last Thursday eve ning Refrcsments were served and delightful music rendered In Married at the residence of the brides father Mr J KP Chapman in Russell county Tuesday the 20th instant Miss Louvenla Chapman to Mr W A Selby Horses and mules are not allowed 1runloose upon the streets The Town is Marshal has orders to take up all such f animals and charge the cost to the owners Enclose 25 els to T I Smith Cane Valley Ky and receive by mall a life like picture of Gov William Goebel Size 22xlG surrounded by Interesting scenes in Frankfort is r Mr J R Milby formerly postmaS- ter at Milby Green county was tried C in the United States Court at Louis ivinelast week for using the mail for fraudulent purposes and acquitted my Hancock t Deerman who owned and operated sawmill near Falrplay Ihlscounty sold their outfit last Sat urdaitO John Morrison of this place t tin CittffcHdoa wh6 wilt cbhltnue tbrcralr qpenilctheniill w t I Next Sunday will be Rev J L Kil guns regular appointment at this 1 at preacltoms farewell sermon Eld Z r Williams wUl preach u the Chilian church next Sunday ht his last sermon before startiurf Palestine Eld Lawrence Williams will preach In the forenoon hodmeon day night Mr Gabbert was a good citizen and had been in bad health for several months He was about sixty years old Mr G B Murphey SparksJlle who took a number of milch cows to Casey county returned Tuesday He brought back two of his cows owing to dullness of the market caused from lack of feed Your attention is called to Mrs Emma T Stranges advertisement in this issue of the News Mrs Strange is erienced milliner and is acquaint h the styles and the needs of this section 0Jamestownparalysis some days ago is not irnpr ing lie is quite an old man and family and friends are fearful that Ieter can be with them but a short time There are some parties who are e dently determined to annoy the Tow bnountil all lawabiding people retire their beds then come out and fire their pistols It is only a question takeL D in How would It suit fife municipal board to purchase a few street lam than Cof pailumbiabut little nUll the city certainly ne them By all means one should placed In front of each of the respect church buildings There were sixty Adair county n summoned to report at Jamesto last Thursday morning Out of thea number twelve jurors were to be selected to try a murder case All of the men reported but three and tU eywas lawful excuses Mr Arthur Baugh sun of the late Dr A Baugh has been appointed to serve as County Court Clerk of RussellEuntil the next general election He will probably be n candidate to fill out the unexpired term of his deceas edore father Should he ask the support he will evidently be elected The series of meetings at Providence church near Stapps Spring conduct ty by Revs C F Breeding audJO Prock closed last Monday The meet ing resulted in much good so we are informed there being twentyfive professions and renewals Sixteen w added to the church and others w follow Mr Zach Darnell who lives near Fairplay this county was one of the sixty men summoned to appear at Jamestown lastThursday He did not have a horse and the roads were ye muddy and the weother he was not a man to disobey an order of courtwalking the whole distance and reporting in due time A large crowd attended Mr C M Breeding sale last Friday and much valuable property and many useful ar ticle were disposed of to the highest bidder Several head of young stn ckoat fair prices Adair Boy a very noted stallion in this county only brought S5000 Jim Gore a celebra jack was sold for 15000 Mary Snow Patterson is the name ofoil jaPatterson 0hairsition never out of humor and is general favorite of every one w knows the hotel A man must be asgame void as a Laplander hugging an Ici when he falls to take notice of such clean Interesting little IItot Mr M U Marcum who wasacci dently thrown from his wagon two weeks ago is yet a great sufferer His right wrist is badly sprained and his likelythatwrist were crushed or broken and the knitting together is giving the sufferer much pain However Mr Marcum It hopes to be able to meet his customers Louisville during the spring trade Mr Jo Tupman a citizen of this county living a few miles from Co lumbia will be married to Miss fife Curd who lives in the vicinity of town tomorrow We trust that this union oftothe be a sister of Dr J II Curd who resides at Middlesborough and tended groom Is a son of Mr Joel roan who died many years ago By occupation he Js a farmer PMrbyHeevidently the original manuscript band it was written Washington D May 13 1820 It is mostly Jn re gard to a treaty with Spain The last paragraph rcadsIIBe pleased to make respectful compliments to Mrs t- Wilkereonj and say to her that she presented when 1 had the pleasure of seeing her such an image of cheerful ness cad contentment that i bae ta Of kGn the libcrof holding her Jon Occasions ag the model M a good and happy wlfa11 Five hundred dollars have been sub scribed by the citizens of this section for the purposeof building a parsonage for the Presbyterians Rey Walton who has this matter in charge will turn over the subscription to a com uiittee The Presbytery will likely add a sufficient amount to guarantee u n at parsonage Rev Walton has worked earnestly in this matter and we are glad to know that his efforts have brought good results Col Morrison who served in the Federal army and who Is an uncom promising Republican denounces Gov Goebels assassin in no uncertain tones When the word reached Jamestown a few days ago that It was believed th the real murderer had been arrested Col Morrison said in the presence of a News man I would like to be one ofI ytheou I would burn him at the strke were I so permitted by law said the Colonel Murrell Tarter was tried in the Rus Bfedhaving been committed one year ago last November The jury was com prised of Adair county citizens and was but a short time bringing in a ver of acquittal Redman was killed courthouseIscould not be convicted for murd There had been two other trials huco1juries both times nMr Frank Jones of Jamestown t only a clever and accurnmodatt Coofffthat occasionally causes him great a noyance he is somewhat affected wit absentmindedness For instance few nights ago his wife requested hl aAn a r of new socks from his feet threw wentedseMr J rtywrites the News that there arc seven hundred pupils attending the Business SeIINormal The students have organiz moot Congress and at the last sess ion after a hot discussion Blughall1 Roberts was seated The Pension b also discussed and several of the became warm In the collar There are four other societies Russell county being represented in eacht R Beauchamp Son Edmonton whose business house and stock of goods were recently destroyed by tire again in business with a new cle stuck of general merchandise and will be glad to see their old friends The senior member of this firm is perhaps the oldest merchant in Metcalfe coun The junior member wanted in this county and has quite a number relatives whoivillbe glad to ea that he is now ready to receive his many customersW JoetcBaillPhrenderedJudge Patterson last week The suit was brought by Geo C Avritt formerly a citizen nf ColumbIa and it 01Bard red the title of Mr Rays fine stock farm two miles from Lebanon oa shleprovemeots valued at many thousand Mr Avritts tee in the case we are r liably Informed was 50300 The wBwill go up but it is the the Lebanon lawyers the lower court will be sustained Two of our professional gentlemen recently attended court at James 1 town concluded one evening after sup per to sit Mr Sinco Dockery out A game of pitch was and the ciamusementpiuntilin the lamp gore out Another mp was procured and at 2 oclock in morning it began to flicker tvlnenline of the Columbians remarked we have to quit Oh no said Mr lamphothe I We understand that onL account of sickness in the family Mrs Roll Hurt will have to decline to accept the Presidency of the Ladles Goebel Mon ument society of Adair county An other name will have to be selected and in order that the work may not delayed some other lady should best beg gested to Mrs C C McCuord at once Mrs Hurt we are informed would have taken pleasure in serving were not for the situation mentioned aboveSince writing the above Mrs J W Butler has received her appointment She will at once organize the county by districts Resell county has sustained a great loss in the death of Dr A Baugh a notice of which appeared In the last weeks issue of the News He was a born gentleman and did not have an manyycarshe Ion ors peoplehavingTwo7ears ago last Novem hbyclal until rerouted by death He had quite a feeble man for some months before the end came but the immediate cause of his death was a stroke of paralysisstrIcken in both sides Physicians were with him con but his affliction was beyond the reach of skillful men Ho w ass very tender and affectionate bus and father dud the surviving mem his family arc almost heartbroken The News tenders its deepest sympa tliy to Ujjj wld + M andclitidreln this the dukeSttmorn1ng 9 f ther flees There ls sirclp celdbuvwc a mcqfritthlscommu Democrats but who supported Mr Brown in the last contest vote utu next election In answering w1llsZu we have only beard a few of those gen tlcmcn express themselves and the ones we heard stated that the would vote the straIgbt Democrutic ticket Hence we conclu UJaf tho Demo cratsb sbtcdtheJotlcket iv remain ip thi pa ttO TtiCDeniocrats who said they werfBr0wn andwho voted for TlJylor cvlllJieuceforth identified with tti ek part Y This Is cur honest opiiibfl- at Rev T F Walton h hns been the pastor of time PresbjtlrJahChurch this city for the post three years grows in popularity as his work pi coeds Notwithstanding the col disagreeable weather lastSunday night yinterestingdelivered It was the story of and his two sisters Mary and Dlart efore dismissing the congregation Walton stated that the three years passed in Columbia had been the happiest of his life Tire young people had been extremely kind to hi and for the interest he felt In the he would on the second Sunday fore enoun in March deliver a sermon f yourerinnSt rdially Invited to be present counlsa r fBe erncerning the mule Industry Nu haveag lsclairnme rep1enishedty of them in the country while the demand is strong and increasing in strength Farmers know that mu leforis the most satisfactory that get hold of and business mtfn have learned that a thousand dollars edobsame amount paid for any other com debillis an any of money ft some reason Following are paid subscribers JamcsFrankum WLTanT Rodgers W SlmmolJsW t HStnnlonRcxroatTheodore 2rnA L Foley B BeatrIceWebb OlivcrDab WlIsonJM Greaver JC Wulford H F Ber B F Leach Miss Cora Sin ith JnoStip Bonnie Bates J H Stone O B aughan S A Simpson Lucian Kim JrnIBargerHumble J Russell Circuit Court There was but little litigation In the Russell Circuit Court just closed B sibutwealth cases were disposed of a conviction in nearly every case Thegood tizens of Russell county are down on stol packers and those who sell 11 quor and on such cases a jury Is generally ready to report in live minutes following gentlemen comprised the two juries Grand Jury Johh Dunbar foreman D G Coffey George Stevenson Wm YigleTbomasGosscr Hiram Miller Robert Miller T J Brockman inPetit Jury Samuel Sparks W Eo Dockery Moses Wilson Willis M McQucary Fount Bolin John Wool Bridge P F FolcyThomas Hale EH Tucker Logan Dunbar C M Gains n OiDUWJ1soo UuuibliD G Schuyler Canada J W Gadberry J W Smith Gco W Hays Death of tie James Squires Last Monday afternoon the subjAof this sketch surrendered all hopes and went to meet his God He was In his 85th year and wasonecf the best and most respected citizens of tItS county He had been In declini health for more than a year butt immediate cause of his death was the result of a fallwhich he received about v one week bafprc his demise Uncle Jlmas heisas familiarly caned lost ifs wife some Years ago He was not the father of ray children and since the death of Mrs Squires hea as been kindly cared for by twoofhis ifes nephews H G and Jas Sud darth Uncle Jlia was a buodif all his life and owned the farm tong which he died There are many surviving relati of the deceased in the county Dr II Grady of this city tvas his neph ew and Mrs Nannie White cad Miss Sallie Field were his nieces vrqhersChurch and Adair npverk 6 n kinder onto bittfei cUlzVk 11 The fal tctlncBtw3 Ih bib femny iHylH k grouud gear his late reetle8 o mDZTIILLIAISt tt4he Thirtieth Anniversary of His Marriage lAnd His Contemplated Visit to Holy Land France England tieandScotland WILL START ON 5TH OF hIAR CBttl MoNTPELIERKYjFeb 24 1000 Editor of the News crThis the 24th day of February is our 30th anniversary Thirty ears ago today at Oi oclock p within two hundred yards of ClemmiohaJ and the writer were made one Frances N Taylor officiating As I try to recall to mind t many changes that have occurred hamen upon us by the giv- r er of all good I am made to won- g dor at the swiftness of time as the wellmarked footprints he leaves as the years go by I feel too that I have not been as appreciative of all the wonderI ful blessings that have been o theffu tyehe blessings that have been ours toJ edhemarried life they seem to gr wJ beciD1e yet unbroken consisting of six children whom we feol thankful and have reason to feel proud It has been our happy privilege to see all of them one by one in early youth theyReasonable success has crowned our efforts in business affairs 1Yeor rve been wonderfully blessed in our ministerial efforts Ten yet begivuiesug f ter twenty years of active busru life During this period of ten years I havo labored in tho min try 1387 days preached 8015 sermons 948 veI inations 89 cash received for ten years labor 2050 30 or less th 06 00 per year So if I had gone lulu the ministry to ins sntiy that I decided to preach the Gospel and lot me live long or din soon I expect to spend my life in the service of the Master Now in order to still better eq myself for the work of the mm try I have decided to visit t Holy Laud and learn more fu the events recorded in the word of God So on the 5th day of March the Lord willing I will leave Columbia for New York City stviastutght seeing Then on March the at 10 oclockice sail on the Spartan Prince for Naples IraIYAa fifteen des voyage There wo bony to visa the ruins of Pompeii Mt Vesuvius etc thence to m8bTrGenoa etc thence to Alexander of Cairo Pyramids the Nile etc thence to Joppa Palestine where fro hope to Bpoud one mouth in seeing the Bible Lands from the Dead Sea to Damascus thence aTh thEphesusatuutiuoplc thence by rail to Pa ris via Vienna and after spending a week or ton days at the exQuite thaue Should any of our friends think Nnoughdress too at Jerusalem Syria care of Selah Morroll American C sill Put a ten cent stamp on I will get it some time in pril Iwill get all letters there w plrittenJ W McGarvey Jr P H Duncan P HCroBsfieldand myWe conlpauybea es ch papersUope by my friqnda at the Throne of Grace do that wo may have a safe and profit voyage Good JbyeIL ZT LIAia abterIf yqu promised to bring usa load of by hood now Is the time Bring it at giJfall understanding that we accept it jb C1tsnqt altatrlti llie dialen zU9d rstatJd pQ g4tt3ItSare f6t1ierersollt rrfio Jsrbbt tbijM t1tstrgtt d tnce r I t H Who Preaches Next Sunday lli Rev JL Kllgore this clay i Rev T Fv Walton at EbDezer 3 Rev W S nUdeona Jerico i1Rev IhBanker Routs A Bobber JE Garrison Cashier of the of Thornville Ohio had been rolib of health by a serious lung trouble u he tried Dr Kings New Dlscole y for Consumption Then he vroteIItIK the best medicine I ever used for a severe cold or a bad case of lung trpub lo I always keep a bottle on hand Dont suffer with Coughs Colds any Throat Chest or Lung trouble when you can be cured so easily Only 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at T E Paulls Drug Store sonheveTo Ouro A Cold In OneDay Take Laxative Broaio Quinine Tablets All druggists refunded the money If it signatureld= T QRADVyiLLE Rev E W Barnett filled his regular appointments last Saturday and Sun placersII A Walker was at Glasgdw last Friday and Saturday on business t E Creel Campbellsville was visr his daughter who is in College re last Sunday B Yates who has been by the dside of hlasick mother for two weeks left this morning for Louisville and New Pork Miss Mariah Browning Turk spent several days of last week in our city HopPickettroat trouble Mr C O Moss and wife spent a flay so last week by the bedside of the sick father Mr P A Moss reMr JA Diddle attended Mr C Breedings sale last Friday C O Moss and Strong Hill made a Nessell Mosslson a beesn ry several days with fever II A Walker sold last week to Sa youngpcacockmareIII Jfey re ow of a turkey hunt and as use d a feather out of a big gob and let him go Our old friend J Cagey Yates the energetic merchant of Bradfordsville was visiting relatives in our town last atfilld aleMollie a little daughter of G T footlyen her a great deal of trouble Mrs Charles Taylor of EIJ bart spent a day or ro in our city last week Owning to the scarcity of wheat raw and the severe cold weather our ock man Mr Geo H Nell says heIcan not afford to travel this kind of weather but will be on the market in a short time little boy of Mr Robert Hamlet received a severe cut on the hand with an ax one day last weekwC W Sparks bought last week Mrs Andy Janes her interest in her farm for 10000 This deal rounds up Mr Sparks a good farm C S Bell Co made a trip Horse Cave last Friday with a fo load of chickens and is is about the fourth load of fowls at Mr Bell has shipped from this ction of the country Born to the wife of Thes Mosson the 20th a daughter a number of the young lad at are attending college here wet home on last Friday evening 41 Misses Walker Hamilton Kinnaird of eil and Caldwell of Milltown must here that our school is Mad atheTIite and debating society which meets one night each week and affords much easure to those who attend Hows This offer One Hundred Dollars Be ward for any case of Catarrh tat can not be cured by Halls Catarrh cure allCIIENEY CO Props Tole Oh1uiWe tlip undersigned have known SF Cheney for the last 15 years and be lieo him perfectly honorable in business transactions and financially le to carry out any obligations made their firm WEST A TliAUXj WholesalefDrug sts Toledo 0 WAtDtNq KiNNAN MAnaK Wholesale dr gsIstsTo ledo O Halls Catarrh Cureasaken Inte n ly acting dlrectiyuppntheblo6dand o ibesysteDJ Prlce lagz tli tl5l bjr all piv L meetltiei3nls keti 1t ilIininIy hla 4t e die itt r r I t Ji1 hr + SpI l g I X iIiiB8PY 3 It l r aiQI t I f I WILL LEAVE FOR THE Wholesale Markets ffiaibort edtime to buy my Spring stOCkof i JK Millinery My customers and frIends wIll please bear thlsi fe 9 mind and give me their Bpeclal f orders beforehand in order ituU I may get just what you want KIIpropose this Spring to orBuy a Stock i Xc a That Will Eclipse i r anything ever shown in Column K bin and ask the ladles of Adair tod itName place it has beef + K for the past two seasons ft MRS E T STRINGE j X xCANE VALLEY Born to the wife of Ruel Hutch son February 23 a 10 pound boy The ladles of the lericho church rrr sented Rev W S Dudgeon with a f3re crazy quilt last week Rev Dudgifc r is quite popular with all the Bapmt church and has married 50 couples In the past four years R B Wilson is in Greenshur rbuylnjr poultry for the Pittsburg market Mr Jamef K Tutt and daughter tMilltown were visiting hero several days of last week Mr Tutt is a gen tlemen in every respect a glorloue gladPS G Branks ur popular merchant is confined to his room with a sore eye itSpeaking of a flourishing town Cano Valley is second to none We hart miffsbIono one toll gate post office live dry goods stores oue drug store two blacksmith shops one undertaker establishment one photographer two physicians ser eiiteen witlcws five bachelors and some of the prettiest little gins you ever saw We have shipped 55000 worth oflnmbcr 83000 worth of poul try 82000 uuriht mules 51000 worth 1or each cattle ind hogs in the past thrrmonths32000 Property has increased in the pest tine years 50 per cent We have inalany rkey liars or laborers and we are all i jolly set Now I wilt tell you the wore of all she gives about 75 Republics majority A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Bui Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens ArmS Ica Salve will kill the pain and prowl ly heal it Cures Fever Sores Ulcer IBoils Corns all Skin Eruptions Be cuic on cotta Only 25cts abo Cure guaranteed Sold by T E Pan druggist loaned my Masons trowel to a g tl man about bvro months ago If is still a gentleman he will returnU John Eubank ItI think I would go crazy with pt ere it not for Chamberlain Pi Balm writes Mr W II Stapletor Hermine PaHI hive been afflieW with rheumatism for several years civ here tried remedies without number 1unsrelieves the pain For sale by lit Crayons Columbia Ky CROCUS Hon L13 Hurt was on Crocus Sal belongingeso to otouczthe uCwaserseven W E Slogan was on Crocus the 17th onbusIDL5i lie informed us that he got quite a number of logs off on the last tide Mr Johnson and his partner went up Crocus last Monday with a number or cattle They bought one yoke of oxen from Ed Iladley for 8500 Ed Hadley bought of Kittle Louis 2 hogs pries CIO The News Is the best county paper n the State All of its readers are glad when the time comes to get the paper rotProf L F Holladay Montpellei was visiting the family of rf L Strange one night last week There have been quite a number ofQhogs that died with cholera on Crocur this winter Mrs Ella Pulliam East Fork spending a few HyS with her parer Ifn and Mrs S W Petty 7- AnntBetU trangp ir on thee Itet Btilyot Broigg lk liltttiTtm3tat Ib1ltEt 0 U r 7 I r1 EARTHS MAGNETISE R Mon Therefor Explained by Ex periments of Dr Rowland Dy a Simple Contrivance the Profe aor of Pliynle at JobuaUolkl- aUaheraU7Prou It Results from llerolrlBC Jlotloa ofphysicsimportance theFaueei DrJhesayscry for the earths magnetism The experiments bvre been continued by nsslstantlandtheirpro whichwillbenefit of science RowlandI lugamilesof wittof brass at a distance of about half an reginglayerWith this simple apparatus Dr tow thefaster P developedandRltbougb experimentsDrthe principle holds good for tb sad other 11othethese31et1sm w o It id to the amount cfmng aicb they produce rill take an almost cndlet s series of delicate experiments to bring out the various phases of the relation of magnetism to the speed of the movln body For instance the wheel Is revolved at a certain speed with the outer and without the sheath Thentothese experiments must be made a another speed and so on Dr Rowland however is so highly pleased with the result so far attained that he will continue the work for some time to come- COUPLES WEDDED Under Extraordinary Circumstances Bat tlefield Marriages One of the most notable features in connection with the siege of Kimberley is the callous way in which th inhabitants treated the Boer bom bardment even finding time to cele brate three weddings during the progress of hostilities However unique this may seem ref erence to past campaigns will reveal other cases of similar nature Even after the slaughter of Waterloo two weddings came off in the frcldoneb ing especially pathetic in detail young officer in a wellknown cavalr regiment sent direct from Englan- Swas ordered to leave home a law day before he was to have been married and his fiancee disappointed as anxious at the turn things bad taken decided to follow him despite his protests This she did unknown to her lover and was in the neighbor hood when the great battle was foughtAfter the victory she failed to gain any news of him so thinking he mu have fallen employed peasant an together they searched the field bdo the work of rescuing the wounde- was begun After some hours sl came upon him lying half buried b neath a bloody heap of his own comrades and dead horses in that part the field where the conflict had rage fiercest lIe was not dead and at his request she sent the peasant for priest and not long afterwards the were mated where he lay only to bo separated little later by death A burly guardsman furnished i next case in point which was a ha pier one for beyond a wound in the right arm the bridegroom was in excellent health and spirits The marriage was celebrated at daybreak the morning after the battle and conducted by the priest who had moment before been reading ma over the slain Even the misery which existed the trenches before Scbastopol dur ing the dreary winter of 1854 w broken by a wedding celebrated in a teal battle the desultory firing from the city forts and the corresponds booming of our guns taking the place of the wedding march The bride was connected with the nursing d partment and had for some time viously been under Miss Floren Kiglilingftk until sent nearer scene of hostilities where she met fell in love with a corporal in one of the regiments of foot 1urthermore one of the functions held in Sebasto polafter its frill was a wedding many lll ivien a 3onnjj lieutenant a- in Russian girl of noble birth who had same time prior to the event turn Jngaiust her country and come over faioTenlnally became a soldier of some r l life t i iPurin the siege of Strasburg by Vtlie Germans in the war of 3870 no oJ felccr than 42 weddings s were sol cmiifzcd in the city even wjiilst lh imfs shells 1t w falifek in lib i ftsAU of theiaereaea l rjtd out despite thelieritous k f t r k 0 roundings and in this case shell 111 near tM the happy t couple en their u tnebridegroom shellEtrnceremony was in progress tion bringing down a por nooneNursing sisters have frequently loversscarcelyI i ofOabultsautilizede according The bridegroom was a hadbutjustrecocrediromawound wasinnxdJfindingtook the earliest opportunity ollfcad her to the altar 3ias of the officers were present there mainder building ieiDgpacked lio civicnsy 8 couplethrougbii u si AlthougJlsucbe nalu en a Uentalaission of thc two concerned hare y it is astonishing how few Bib oved unhappy London Iti Where People Grow Old I i More people over 100 years old are found in mild climates than in the higher atitudesI IsTheof Sanitariums exceeone more pea e than any other disease The one ex ception is England where out of bratchitis In France consumption kills 25 percent more people than any oth er disease and excepting pneumonia and typhoid fever nearly GO percent more than any other In Germany out of 10000 deaths 1270 are caused by consumption while the next high i est is typhoid fever with 150 In Hussia out of 10000 deaths con Accordingeto out of 872944 deaths for 1890 esp sumption caused 102199 or 25 percent more lhap pneumonia which came next with 70400 No statistics of war have such aw ful meaning at these frightful figures For years consumption has killed more people than all the conflicts pcsAsee i lzdteyn eration began that any doctor t1r coulddtbis century no profession has ma splendid physicians selfsacrifice and persistence as theI Dr Alfred Meyer of New York stfa jre jeislatto aewas 00offeet higher The hospital grounds included 200 acres of land The in Inptbe ere were 224 patients a very large num ber of whom were improved by an onlyPAnd 200 patients male and female These patients or the counties send wenan oor the taras manage a pre ssgood time The temperature of the stoel all winter According to Dr Meyer the circae more chances of getting well than he would have had In the New York legislature t appewar ant theceAdiron whennconsumptive ylforwill be an enormous gain in publip philanthropnY is even more the states ht councdare of indafor the rich and the poor es andfrarieeandthey Japan was one of the first to estab lish cuch an enterprise and itwasJl tbeempreNAnItalian Hygienice society all fair bJ1sttptpHei J berilbritsu f rrv r 3saa ana m most ortntmia nyre already in operation Certainly there could be no nobler way in whirs the public spirit and generosity of tbpeople could be shown for it urn betterIsource truest economy in the real wealth and welfare of the world Lyrjn Roby Metkins in Saturday Evening PostdbaentMtadtd It was an electric car end a man j was sitting between two women Tbe mon left the cur and as he pssfvd out an wiibrelk slid from the suit toward the floor and woman No 1 She carrot it rushed to the doorlud thtcarstopped and told ihftconductor I to call the man back Tbcmanbw aver declined to take what was sot his and so the good Samaritan Iwnr ing the watershed in the conduc tors hands regained hexeeat Mesa tune woman No 2rho had seen and 7pcome out of her trance and ex= I clfiimerd Where is my umbrella allY1ilford You can imagine the ratof the tale I I WATERPROOF CLOTHING j lit attl Cloth Not SnSJolmt tw Heg 3Oat Driving Rnlni and OtloASIlIc lhsdesSome Interesting tests are in prog illIof waterproof material for the manu facture of outer clothing for marines It is the opinion of officers who have seen service in the Philippine that khaki coats will not be sufficient to withstand the driving rain of the trop ics Those officers are of tbfc opinion that the best material for this purpose JapaneseJnecommendtof the marine corps to have supplied to the marines outfitted with uni forms equipments of like colar Tb advantage of equipping the troops wltk knapsaehan ions IlnMiIng It la It would be slanderous to say remarks the nos ton Globe that in Phila delphia the twentieth century trill act begin till January 1 1910 Petrified Forost DiscoTarod IA petrified forest in a sanditona formation hoe been discovered ia Routt county CaL Tha Biggest Causes Ifs end tiffs cause most of tIM worlds tronble Chlcap PJiatpfo iASKULL BAITJO Yedy tttqIdians of ancient times were constant engaged in warfare and their prl mary aim when thus engaged wait oppaingsidegbt therocrueldothat this grewsome curious mulell instrument was madeuIAlter till yii g J top was cut entjrely Pris ly Etrifphed in the manner of a drum n the beck of tftf jjjull the twa femora of the legs isertr fpwt4 JbIi throughout the entire length Tba ends of these bonus Wfff JfiB54 to get ber bone of the ribs ppTbody Then from the forehead of ihjT skull to the rib which connected the terrors strings were tightly sfrttobed These strings were made from t 1 drlaAtstrument was played in a cimlUrmK ner to the mandolin jawsekshake of the instrument the jaws thtie rare a relic was this considered a gentleman of England bid f185 fit one at a recent auction in London LEARN FROM THE SPIDER I xuItamoabl der which encouraged him to renew his patriotic efforts when he was hid ing discouraged in a hut Others savether qnmamisled his pursuers into the ideftfhjt he could not possibly be in the cave But the latest discoveries of an Amer Cunninghamthat the habits of the spider are in structive as to tactics Seated attba center of operations he feels the Bligblest touch at njr prt of his do teleira1bJibuilL e yiding a line of defense aTei 4t a3 osca And ilia etinsjiuit r nlol efi W h its ietrr killali cetitslie Tbri Th 9 v FARMERS flrlhTfifii G W COLt C LERKJ01IL 1i S i ilr h jot I z a- I 1 s t I tr7C I 1 y Iq- rr O aLJuy i i7 71C71iliii IiTue BEST WORK I S lNol PER YEAR 1i IF cOINAaeIAT6 n 1IIt Henry Koehler Co DOORS ANDSASH CLUMBER We payviis- li as t price for UMBER Send for our latest catalogue and price list 12th LOVIS Ia At Chicago Sfrs Jennntto Schwart and her two children Lula aged nine years and Ht uri etta four inQiiths od tworo found dead in hedJtba result of asphyx iatfon Au Eaitots Lite Saved by Olioni berlnhl Cuugll Itcnledy During the early part of October 1590 I contracted a bad cold which ou my lungs and was ntil I feared that consumption hud appeared In an state I was CXPet l sotueU11118 h nut became alarmed and utter girinc ilz local doctor a trial bouKht a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the rcsijJt fffls jnijge iate Improvement and after I had usc4 tftrps gatJlfi my lungs were restored to their healthy stateR EUWAUDS Publisher of he pjifjpw JVyant Ill For talc by 51 Cravens Coluwbia gjr Judge Brown who is holding pironit court nt London will call a speoiul gfanjfl I gry to invcstigtto the laweasnc3 jn Lhp couitcv Thin ia fcjioeaine Condon to wliiph wanted fq fqko the Democratic members of tho LEgis J tore There Is no UctttiF incflif IIiJf r tljc uellll Remedy Its pleasant sad promrt anti offefltual pyres make It a favorite with mothers and small cltlitlrtpri t quickly cures their coughs and void preventing pneumonia other serious consoqucppcs It also cures crimp and has been used In tens of Upusants tf cases without a Bliiyle falluro o far up we have been able to learn It mt only curlS croup but whn alters us widit prevent the attack In CQ l5 vf wUoop Ing P9illf Uqulfles tilt tdUjjh ImCloit makln1 I RFF tg c wetrn nit- lc4icn ljfapd frcfljjcarf ftf tc paroxfuna of Sm1Jhlp thus du pfrlvinK that disease of aH dangerous CrJSruenW II Lodz who 520 pnods died at Reading Pa IttliettprtlrotttiSBhutlldchanCe to k oeewlio Is t0 at himfIre tcrfor tlMM b tell hiino f Cfiaui 4 Wrklft8 telk Cholera amlDlarrJjocdT BcfiiCfly ItKliriys gives prompt r IM lebyk CritvciM T The Bust i Oil P Lay lot1 inta City Q sfi Ill Motlein Crftrmif C4o LARGE WAGON tt 40 22 S rJi t LOUtSYiLLE KY i1E r ilK ji I AT THE LOWEST i TflE RCES II fiu1i1r 6ollntNvs ttbI enth 1fittc l F te iategt tpctoabate iipe J i ri S S BLINDStND MOULT Iii fi AR 11- 1OPLAR andBroadway dill anti Kenta LE KY neglected incipient GeiiTuylor weighed Three yonug men are in jul Ovvingsville churgud with t murder of John Vrgo who xvaB fonnd dead in Path county ilh two bullet hles through his bdy Ho Fueled Tim Surgeons AH doctors toWHoniuU narulltfof West Jeffrson O after suffer II months from Rectal Fistula ho v iu rile unless a costly operation was per formed but he cured himself vlU Biioklens Arnica Salve the bct II the World Surest Pile cure on e 25c a lrrsitt T J2 Vaulls Drug liIr agedeM man r- county ze burned to death in i by A y rnljjjj Pain or soetgt sg ip the imcku never he slighted Kidney ditto ate creep on us with only that one waxing Delay le folly when by tiujely use ai Morlcy lyjypf and Kidney Corlfal the great System renovator all danKerJ can be avtiidcd Tjiix remedy is t j JO hive euro for Kidney and UrirsII ffqnb lEa Sold by W L B H The ejbuatjon J79 tyoarinp tryujtfprG Sir Taylor wen1 t church Just Suudn ndw nt without ft guard 1r IjJWTmll pa eW01th Sometimes a fortiiuc but never if you have a sallow complexion a jut Iced look moth patches nd blotchif on IB sjiin allsigns of liver trouble But Dr Ring New Life iille give Clear Skfn Rosy Chcekp Rich Q m plpxion Only 23 cents at T B Paull Drug Store Vvmtrjim BajjajULcy The third time dout alw take tha charm Gen Bul l has failed three times in trying to jnch Lnclytjmith A Fiendish Attackr 1i attack jvas lalplymade onO F uuirltChlkldtnotstniip pln nor Ju a chair except propped by custijtf Iso remedy helped hint until be fried Electric BjUcrpwhlcjlt effected such wgnderful shun o thatJje jvritQshe Isninedicibc ctirstiackticlteanti kidney tniubltjj purUiesr the blood and bullSs L4catTcE- lJJ1IPS Drug8l J t I I t+ 7KE TUCKY PLAT ING LJ- otrn 4 o rlItctJeU l1oody G E 1 lOO DY tit C Beo Blfiidj uhLRough oqd DttSTIRieZRYS Ti SPBCI7ALTYL- E Wo make all our OWP work and it is superior to loo there requestLII Ninth St near Prni1way LOUISVILLEkY Jr tr0 c =SailftLROK1Ctf111T- j PATTERSON HOTEL-i JHT eSTOMN KV I S A NORMAN MAYFIELD KY I G T nr CKEY rswsroar XY No Jotter IKJ can bo found than tthe above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and tlie ta blo at all times sup plied with tho best the market affords aFeed Stable 111 con section J B PATTERSON Proprietor J1 IIrADtCAII Independent Tobacco Warehouse c ti NORMAN MYLES CO Proprietors t Vr ct LAZZI Y AUCTION SALESfRElUllNS PSOMPTIjY MADE 1119 TO 726 WEST MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY SD HURST GENL AGENT Four Months Froc Storage Mark Hluls Independent House EleAMERICAN PLAN 1 to 150 PER DAY firILALb SCEiERT Jlatiajrer ECKERT HOTELI I 7l 531 033 Market St Louisville Kyt JIdfi OPEN DAY AND 7K7K7 v Trade of Adiiir and adjoining counties solicited fi trCrilariinim7iCnvmi I rivrriri li1 FiCmt11I7 17- rCOBCQBN DAISYPHOPRIET6RS OP THE Lebanon Marble oS Works E A ON Ii uManufacturersof and dealers in all kinds ofeMARBLE JNDGEANrl1g IIrrlRIOE3 LOVV TvORK GUARANTLED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ewer offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc I1 Ayai F JEFFRIES Local AentCplumljl jry I Cures CerstlesYPahacaa r One Softie Cured Where Physician Failed Isoid yourC F P ton 7ountrladycn t merwhom herifitditlhernr v ss men in ver 1 tfJ1 GiLhII ND Moor ca Bndlic Ain Health Restored badIgvorfc JL used one bottlo of 1 1I ersnon neoodea th and can work ditThe1 i DIEaB1CHAhnL Gin Ark yAetetl thiumoratlheL t jamb t C tnJO Imt AftorjisinB i tirco bottles I I IIJs i 11I I Suffered from Cfwnge of Life hi It p theChangetho an QlIlf t mat i rncnctrithotlt f g dfrtU b3gnrtusin G F P and t t 1 rcmedyforau8crinsicdTr 1 tt5iCoimancilTcx ettlitII 1 t Tem l orSalebS T 15 PuuH Druggist Columbia Ky 2 I Novis tIJ 1hnc ttt SUbSClibe tQr the Adair oyiis tra iews LThh tnos rIdely road paper in tltis pavt ofthfe 8Me r