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I I I It 1 1 1 Tim ADAHt COUNTYh NEWSVOLUME 1r 3 COLUMBIA ADAIR COUNTY KENOSOKT WEDNESDAY JULY 11 1900 NUMBER 39 l POSTOFFICE DIRECTORY J M Russell Postmaster OlBcetfours week days 700 a m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CIRCI1ITCoUJIrThreu sessions a yearThird Monday In January third Monday In May and third Monday In September Circuit JnJgeW WJones Comr onwealth tAttorneyN H W Aaron ShenfJ W Hurt Clerk JnoB Coffey COCSTT CcusTFlrst Mondayin each mont- hJudgeJ W Butler- CoentyAttorneyJas Qt rnett Jr I Clerk Stulte JallerSyH Mitchell AlseltorG ABradahaw- surveyorR 3 McCaflree School SuptW D Jones Coroner Leonard Pletcher STY COUBT Regular court second Monday in ack month idge J W Atkins Corner Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN BUUKSVILLB STBEMRCT TF Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays n each month Sundayschool at9 a m every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night MHTHODI8TuBOBICSVULB STBBBT Rev J L Kilgore pastor Services first Sunday in each month Sundayicbool every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GBEKNSBOBO STBSBTBCV E W Barnett stnr Services third Sunday beach month mdayschol every Sabbath at 9 a m Prayer meeting Tuesday night CHRISTIAN CAUPBBLMVILLB PILL Eder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday in each montb Sundayschool every Sabbath at 9 am Prayer meeting Wednesday night LODGES MASONIC LUlBIA LODGE No 99 F and A MRegu r meeting In their hall over bank on FrI ivnlshton or before the full moon In each nnth G A KEMP WM MISTOITI Secjt toLUMBU CHAPTER R A M No1 meets st Monday night In each month J O RpssEtL H P f B Stults Secretary fl sIRTEs camash onover Hotel OHN N CONOVER Proprietor lumbia entucky JISHotel is one of the best in this of the State It Is a large I brick containing twentyeight Itis all elegantly furnished Good Ale rooms and the table is sup id with the best provisions the coun t affords Bates very reasonable ancock Hotel EURK8VILLE STREET Columbia Ky JLNIUS HANCOCK Prop 0iibeNalRn J Hotel has been reed repainted and is now ready fort comfortable accommodation or gusts Table supplied with the best market affords Rates reasonable lad sample room Feed stable at led GfflMEfiCIMi HOTEL j JAMESTOWN KY i 1JT VAUGHAN Proprietors o ruabove named hotel wal recently a fine run from the start M no looks after the culinary department and ttee that the table Is supplied at g Wilt the very best the market affords The ptopHetors are attentive and very polite to sample rooms and the building riueny the business houses Firs cis livery attached to the hotel Terms very Ise nablo ibanonSteamLaundry I LEBANON KY o lI HOROUGHLY equipped modern n aundry plant conducted by exper JeBfed workmen and doing as big grave work as can be turned out an Ip We poq n try ratronize a fadiie institution Work of Adair Ruell Taplor and Green solicited W It JOtiNSTON 60f rro REED MILLER Agents ft l 1Celumbia o r Kentucky r1 J tj I Io prevent La take a dose or two 1 t r Miles Restorative Nerriae daily t I er adiesFavoritellerlepaLittleLivI S i onto I J en and do theiriwork quietly c1f bvJr N v a ELD Z T WILLIAMS LETTER From Naples to Rome Editor of the News My last was mailed at Naples and covered our journey from Athena to Naples We spent two full days at Na ples The next day after our ar rival we visited the ruins of Pompeii and Mt Yesurius Pompeii isnbout 15 miles by rail from Na ples and we arrived about 0 30 oclock in the morning We saw the ruins first and they were beyond our expectation in extent It is an ancient city unearthed with the tops of all the buildings removed to about the second sto ry All the streets are perfect the shops and dwellings theaters and courts just as they were when submerged It is impossible for one to describe the grandeur and immensity of this old city unearth ed On August 28d 79 A D this thriving city of 80000 inhabitants were totally submergedand destroyed by the eruption of Ves vius It lasted three days pouring out torrents of inflamable matter pomace stones boiling water and ashes utterly destroying the city with about 2000 people It remained undisturbed for 1800 years until 1814 Excava tions wore begun in 1848 under Charles III with some interruptions but since 1868 the work has continued without interruption tfpw tho work is about completed The houses are all built after one plan The streets are narrow und well paved with stone with very narrow side walks There are some ruins of very fine residences indicating ancient wealth and lux ury We were shown one rich mans house with court gallery fine bedrooms with specimens of very rare paintings well preserved fininghall kitchen with ancient vessels of copper and furnaces for- ookingc instead of stoves as weave now The paintings are frescoed and welled preserved In the Museum of Pompeii there are bodies of men and women petrified and the bodies show the agony iu which they died some with legs drawn half up others on their faces j and two persons who must have been husband and wife who seem to have embraced each other and then fell apart cementing together their lower limbs One dog well preserved shows ho died in great agony one boy eight or nine years old and all kinds of domestic animals All the people had warning in time to have gotten out but about 2OQQ remained and perished So it will be in the dayof judgment People are being warned now of the judgment but they will not heed After we were through seeing the ruins of Pompeii we arranged to climb Vesuvius We engaged carriages part of the way went horseback part of the way and htet way you come to where you must walk then it is difficult I was notijrery well that day and I stopped at the foot where the climbing began and waited for my friends to re turn watching the grand old fur nace as it belched forth a cloud o black smoke every few minutes which floated majestically in the redair until the mountain was clear again Lconcluded I was a near as I cared to be It was more ac tive that day than it had been for sometime About the 18th to the 15th there were some eruptions which did some damage to the railroad which climbs the moun tain nearly to the top While our party was on top a very large puff came forth with stones and cin derv which frightened them very much Que large Bone fell witH cazfiYwag not go plo ef The party down we mounted steeds to return to Naples I bad a very large strong grey horse to ride up the mountain and I undertook ride him back but I no sooner mounted in the sadd until he rared up before and behind until he got me up in the air and then I was dashed down among thonggyph on Vesuvius but when I felt pf i r J t myself a little and got up I found there was no serious damage done and I felt thankful for the escape and walked most the way down Upon investigation I found that the old horse was a regular buck er and no one could ride him at times I offered the man we con tracted with a halffranc to ride him but he refused Vesuvius is rather a dangerous volcano Since its first eruption in A D 79 when Pompeiiand Herculanum were destroyed there havebeen fifty others recorded One of the most destructive occur red December 16 1531 when Terre Annunziata and Terre Del Greco were destroyed and 8000 people perished The last one of any note occurred April 26 1872 in which fifty persons perished Many people fear that there will be another eruption at any time The next day we visited the places of interest in the wily of Naples The museum is the most interesting one Italy Most of the things of interest found at Pompeiiare in the museum at Naples There are some very fine statues there among the most important are those of the Roman Emperors That of Julius Cesar is the best in existence a colossal statue of Augustus Ciusar is very fine oleo Tiberius a colos sal bust adorned in military troph ies is very fine The statue of Titus Trajan Vespasian any many others are seen there The ac quarium here is one of the best in LevantWe Naples for Rome on Wednesday evening at 10 oclock on the night express and arrived at Rome Thursday morning at 6 oclock We were delayed more than an hour in securing a hotel The city was crowded with Catholic pilgrims who came from different parts of the country to at tend the canonization of two saints the names we did not learn These ceremonies took place in St Peters and only those who had tickets could attend and the crowd was so great eveii some of those who were ticketed could not inWe have secured good pension at fivefrancs per day well located run by an English lady and we are well pleased Rome is a great city and we will be here several days and will write of Rome- oi our next Italy grows on us as we see it On the map it does not appear larger than Kentucky but when you travel five or six hundred miles in the interior and see her cities of 100000 to 600000 population you then begin to realize the extent of its area and its prod ucts and population We expect to be in Paris from the 4th to the 12th or 14th6f June and will start for home from Queenstown about the 21st t 24th We Anticipate with pleas tyre the time when we shall start for homeland We have mail reasons to be thankful to Ou Heavenly Father for the protecting providence during our entire trip We have now iriade our first cir toNar sickness seeing morethanwe cal culated and hope to be privileged to return to our people under the same protecting re Spont a Ocfodiim Doctoring Mr A N Noel of Ashvillci Kansas says he spent a good tarn doctoring himself for chronic diarrhoea but got no relief and was afraid that he must die He chanced to get hold of a tie otChamberlatasColicCholeraan- Diarrhoea Remedy and Wspcrma nently cured by It yorsaldby M Cravens ipticx cnalPr J yd fi Bill tftf TPft President EatWhatYByUke When you take Motleys Liver and Kidney Cordial for then dyspepsia in dzzlef I bles will disappear and your cleansed and awakened system will demand rood Sound digestion anti sound ap petite go together aril bot foUowthe nuseot wMBellJbpjftKy this ttaeetrtedretacdfold r bjr j o i FROM CALIFORNIA siWAUXENABDITOB OF NEWS It is an old and true adage That its hard to tell Wheres Wandering Wil lie So I suppose it will be no sur prise to my Kentucky friends to know that Fm now located in the beautiful valley of the San Joaquin River ip this Golden btaterCalifornia- I left Hlllsboro Texas on the morn ing of May 17 and arrived here five days later Language Inadequate to describe the many wonders which I saw pn my trip After leaving Ft Worth we reached the plains of West Texas and to say that the scene is anything but Inviting is putting it mildly The only vegetation visible is a small prickly sedge a few dwarf mosquito bushes I was told that it had only rained once in 15 months But it was only when we struck the American Sahara in eastern California that It seemed as though we had passed the dead line As far as we could see in every direction was noth ing but sand valleys of sand moun tains of sand and clouds of sand The heat in this forsaken place was almost unbearable and it was indeed a relief when we reached the Dragoon Moun tains on the peaks of which we could see snow One thing which we wit nessed on the desert that was entirely new to most of the passengers and eS- pecially to me was the mirage of the desert In the distance you can apparently see large bodies of water so per fect is the vision that you can see tall trees mountains etc reflected on its bosom But as you approach these places the imaginary water vanishes and the burning sand is all that is left to greet your tired and dust filled eyes We were told that many years ago numbers of travelers lost their lives in trying to reach these enticing yet deceitful and treacherous places Waukena is located in the center of San Joaqin Valley and is in the midst of the wheat district For miles and miles in each direction from here there issue continuous field of wheat One firm in San Francisco own over 15 thousand acres of this land which is all in cultivation and will yield this year about ten bushels per acre This is slightly over halt the ordinary yield yet more than twice what it has been the past two years owing to the unu sual drouths of those years Harvest ing began about June the first The wheat Isjcut threshed sackedand drop ped In the field ready for marketby one machine and it requires 34 horses to draw one of these machines The wages paid men in the harvest are from 2 to 400 per day and at present figures farmers can not hope to re alise more than 45c per bushel for their wheat Thus it will be seen that after paying rent as most of them do their income will be small this year But as beautiful as are these unboun ded fields of wheat they become a wIl- derness compared with the orchards and vineyards south and west of here neveroseen anything of the kind these or ange groves are Immense and beautiful oYf er cen us ters of delicious grapes banging fro every vine and of lovely orange groves ladened with ripening fruit and sweet with the perfume of opening blossoms and it seems very nice but to prQper- lappreciate these works of art and na ture you must see them And anyone who has an opportunity to visit this countryand fails to embrace it loses much of the beautiful of America The climate in this valley is almost perfect Although gets very warm during the day the nights are cool and in the absence of mosquitoes are in deed pleasant It is no very uncommon practice for farmen on the large pdont In rvesf whip usually lasts about three months J havp tyjpn epjoylng tee hoepitwUfy of one flf these campsfor the pelt weeks ont Ute are to be found in the grow p tptlp 1ifQQf tapdUtlierlnlcurlecwhf wealth affords The inhabitants of this valley contrary perhaps to the opinion prevailing In the Eastern States are of a very Intellectual aDd industrious class They arc composed mainly oN migrants fromjtbe East and from foreiga countries Eduea lineal Interests looked after with an ea bavethe8 There are also a DHMDW of prdttl seat Ojlkges ir tlje gtate tfce tit1 i U j c r popular of which is the State Univer ty atBurkeley In the near future I shall attempt to give a more detailed description of this wonderful country and Its people Best wishes for the News and its many readers M AT IS IT BIGHT For an Editor to Recommend Patent Medicines From Sylvan Valley News Brevard NCIt may be a question whether the editor of a newspaper has the right to publicly recommend any of the various proprietary medicines which flood the market yet as a preventive of suffer goodIknownand used this medicine in our family for twenty years and have always found it reliable In many cases a dose of this remedy would save hours of suffering while a physician is awaited We do not believe in depending implicitly on any medicine for a cure sebutChamberlains Diarrhoea Remedy were kept on hand and administered at the inception of an attack much suffering might be avoided and in very many cases the presence of a physician would not be required At least this has been our experience during the past twenty years For sale by II Cravens Integrity Demanded If the American Philippine Commission under Judge Tafts direc tion is to bring about at an early date the removal of American army officers performing the functions of civil service in the Philippines and to substitute civilian appointees it is earnestly to be hoped that the appointments will be made only after the most rigid enforcement of the civilservice tests for fitness and capacity While it is better as a matter of course that the American civil government to established in the Philippines shall result in the elimination of the army officer from civilian post it must yet be borne in mind that it demands a highclass civilian to fill the offi cers place The otters methods are the methods of the military administrator it is true but they are also inflexibly honest straightforward and correct The carpetbag scandals that have disgraced the American provisional government in Cuba must not be repeated in the Philippines Unless it is the policy of the syndicate imperialists to allow our colonialoffiCIals to share in the the looting of the colonies honest and capable men alone should be named to colonial office The United States Govern ment is on trial before the world in this new field It is to become a Government of Empire rather than a Republic it can save some shreds of its selfrespect by at least insisting upon an honest adminis tration of theaffairs ofits dependencies St Louis Republic ThismWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure ToledoYOhio We the undersigned have known FI Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able tocarry out any obligation made by their Him WEsT Sc TKUAX Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Wiumffl KnwAH MAIIVIN Wholesale pruRgists Toledo Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken ipternr allyt acting dlreptly ppop the blood tlteSystehall pi druggists Testimonials free Halls Family Pills are the best The Prohibition National Conven tion n sofsion in Chicago last week nomlqaVed John G Woolley of Illi nois for President and HenryB1e calf Rhode Island for VlcePl08l dent t It Saved His Ee r P A Danfortb of Lagrange Ga frJghktal rrin live days For Ukersevil IWounc Piles Its the hast alrejn Cur guraste d Oaly cte Sold by T1S Par ll drsigtet FELIX Mr John Gossar has been on the sick list for several days Mr W G Bolin had a nice mare to choke to death last Sunday night Messrs W N Coffey and Chas Gas kins were in Jamestown Sunday We are informed that Mr Allen Bernard Wesley is very sick Willis McQuary made a business trip to Jabez last Friday I A Wilson the merchant at this place is talking of going into the lumber business A M Foley our saw mill man is doing a good business Steam boats arc still plying the Cumberland river Mr Shelby Gossar was in Kimble last Wednesday- Mr A Lk Foley was quite sick last weekMr M H Eastham of Pulaski coun ty was visiting his uncle M F East ham on Caney Fork a few days ago Mr Ed Sharp of this place has been in Clinton county hauling staves Mr J L Eastham formerly of firs ll county but now a practicing law yer of McKinney Texas writes that he is well pleased with his surround ings and is having good success in his profession Was It A Miracle The marvellous cure of Mrs Rena J Stoutof Consumption has created Jntense excitement in Cammack Ind writes Marion Stuart a leading druggist of Muncie Ind She only weighed 00 pounds when her doctor In Yorktown said she must soon die Then she began to use Dr Kings New Dis covery and gained 37 pounds in weight and was completely cured It has cured thousands of hopeless cases and is positively guaranteed to cure all Throat Chest and Lung diseases 50c and LOOTrlal bottles free at T E Paulls drug store fleeting of the Medical Society The Russell Springs Medical Society will meet on the first Thursday and Friday in Aug 1900 with the follow IngprogramL of MIddleburg subject Abdominal Surgery JL Wesley of MIddleburg subject Obstetric Complications- J B Scholl Jabez subj Dyscntry A W Cain Somerset subj Syphilis LF Hammonds Dunnvllle subj Cholera Infantum W R Grissom Columbia subject HeartDiseaseMiss Carpenter Houstonville subjPlacentaPrevlaWilliam subject Pneumonia U L Taylor Columbia subj Small poxW L Lowder McKinney subject AnesthetlCSln natural labor a grow ing evil J G Carpenter Stanford Conserva rive Surgery of the Abdomen Pelvis arid Obstetrics JohnHi Grady Columbia subj not givenThere will be two public addresses on Thursday night One by U L Taylor on the Old and the New the Then and the Now of MedicineOne W L Lowder on the Evolu lion of Medicine WM Bum Pres F A TAYLOR Sec White Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was felt by the friends of M O Hogarty of Lexington Ky when they saw he was turning yellow His skin slowly changed color also his eyes and he suffered terribly His malady was Yellow Jaundice He was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was advised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy and he writesII After taking two bottles I was wholly cured A trial proves its matchless merit for all Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles OlnySOc Sold by T E hull druggist The Chicago TimesHerald one of the strongest Republican papers in the West serves notice on the party that New York Is sure to go Democratic It figures 232 iftes for Bryan whl only 234 is necessary to elect II We have sold many different cough remedies but none has given better satisfaction than Chamberlains says Nt d can be relied upon in all cases of cOOgb colds or hoarseness Solo by X Cravens The ptttforia o t the Republican party sogfeete B0reasedy for the faust and this StaIDUetU vitally fracoras the ifut rtaanapeople j Iitiiellia tUt KrWtto MWck 1rHi Jt L w 0 r BJY + Blacksmiths + AND WoodworkerColumbia r I amprepared to do all kinds of wor c In my line and If you need repairing done on your Wagons Buggies or Farm Implements remember me bumtiresbolts My prices are right and saris faction guaranteed Give me a call JNewly Furnished American Plan fLOO Per Day 9 lCa08f8 3otef MEALS 25c 523 W Market 51 LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER t1gr Wilmore Hotel W M WILMORE Prop Oradyville Kentucky THERE is no better place to stop hotelGood Feedstable GORDON MONTGOMERY AttM eJtLwJCOLUMBIA KY adjoiningcounties drugstore DR 10 SALLEE r 4a BKTEST e T Careful attention Riven to me dentistryand CoffeyHunterCOLUMBIA KY FRANK M BALENQER WIT- HROMDSOIINortoll Go WHOLESALE Dry Goods NotionsFts LOUISVILLE KY r Now Is Tne Time to REPAIR HOUSES 0 Do not allow your house to injure for the lack of Guttering or a Leaking Roof M Imake Roofing and Guttering a specialty I am prepared to do any kind of repairwork in my line I use good material and do my work at bedrock prices Call on me L V HALL Columbia Tinner fletna Life Insurance 60 oFHARTFORD CONN I CHARTERED less Assets 54000000 Surplus 809f OOO 01The Aetna will write you a 15Pay ment Life Policy for the same or a less rate than other firstclass companies tUePolleyyou 5 full premiums and 5 years In time T1iAGUARANTEES andloantimethanPolicies absolutely incontestable at afterlepay The LOWEST RATES of any lISt class compaBY- For further information call on or address W D JONES Asset Cefaaealaia Ky RHiT A URAlfT JAM XTZ Iterlefe- tra tANON xy I r TW start k located sear the dt petwi Mate are ferabfeed at aa rsati5MIltsJML TIM 19ast attilM tie nitq afwito Bk 4J MuItaNaJsaIIIg r- l s5 JP a Vi r Y 1 1 rr y iJB kIIjY N 11 publishedr Every redne yi BY THENewso Adair ou I lNCOKPOftCAaMiU CHAS S IXARRXB Kdltor A Democratic newspaper devoted to tbetcte- eats of the city of Columbia and the people t Adalr and adjacent counties JIKnturcd at the Columbia Postofflceas econ- delas mall muter SUllSCRIPTe N RATES ONBYHAR 100 SIX MONTHS sot e STRICTLY IN ADVANCE 4WJ3RTJSING RATES Coca Polices ten teats per lint1 for first i portion andlflve cents per line for each auba tlIen Insertion DISPLAY ADS picel in x3Io 3 Mo 62fo 1 Yr I lOIn liO 110 t 200 300 Ii 0o 1 tn lies 75 150 3 00 4 60 7 ins 3 Lich s 1 00 200 400 600 10 4 hide 1 25 2 SO Ii 00 7 SO 12 6 Inches 1 60 3 00 6 CO 10 00 15 00lt Col 600 12 Tr rill be no departure from theses k jiilT a circumstances WEDNESDAY JULY II DEMOCRATIC TICKET For President cI WILLIAM J BRYAN Of Nebraska F r Vice President ADLAI E STEVENSON Of Illinois m How do you like the ticket Do you see anything in it that is 11t Democratic t Teddy has announced that he will not make his campaign in the Rough Rider costume The cow puncher freak he most humbly lays aside We have sought the opinion of ii number of Democrats touching the ticket and the uimniinous ex pressions were it is the best that could have been nominated Teddy the Rough Rider will find the united Democracy a mote determined and a more powerful obstacle in his way to the Vice Presidency than that little Span Ish army on San Juan Hill We believe that Divine Provi dence will interfere and that the man who answers to the name Teddy will never be the Vice President of these United States Another name that starts with approJpriatestWhen the name of Bryan was presented to the convention ti- throntsof he twenty thousand people joined in the roar that greeted the praises of the matchless loader Men and women stark mad ehoutI edsang whooped wept with joy- andnlmost fainted with enthuiasm The Democratic platform came direct from the ttoinmitteeroom tothe convention without being doctoredwhile the Republicans had theirs held up trimmed up and done up and did not find itofout until they had voted for it and returned to their homes Precinct conventions will be held allover Adair county next Saturday afternoon July 14at 2 oclock for the purpose of eelec ingdelegates to attend tt county Columbfa delegates to attend the State convention to beheldat Lexing top July jlfll which meets to iiomiuatea candidate for Gov ernor Every Democrat voter should rom 0 m b 0 r these pre cinct meetings and be on hand to give expression to his choice t Y EXTRJCTVROJlTHEPL A TFORM uyeFdtht1 thC4nstjtutio II aha dounco the doctrine thtttrun Executive or Con gress driving their existence an thir ptNra from the Constitu grithoritrof it r9 assert that no nation cal D long endure half republic and half empire r1Ilu denounce the Porto Rico law as a hold and violation of the nations organic law and u fla o grunt breach of the national good fuith UWe demand the prompt fulfill o meat of our pledge to the Cuban people We favor an immediate declara tion of the nations purpose to giveed the Filipinos first a stable form hiseprisliceoutside interference such as has been given for nearly a century to the the republics of Central and South Africa osWe favor trade expansion by legitmuteImeans But we are unalterably opposed to the seizing or purchasing of distant islands to be governed outside the Constitution an whose people can never become ci izens We are in favor of extending the republics influence among the nations but believing that influence should be extended not b force and violence but the persuasive power of a high and honorable example The importance of other qnes tions now pending before the American people is in no wise diminish ed and the Democratic party takes 110 backward step from its position on them but the burning issue of imperialism involves the very existence of the republic and the de etrnction of our free institutions W15 REGARD IT AS THE PARAMOUNT ISSUE OF THE CAt PAIGN We oppose militarism ItJmeans conquest abroad and intim idation and oppression at homeJ Private monopolies are end fensible and intolerable prluinciplescratic platform adopted in Chicago in 1896 and we reiterate the de maud of that platform for antAmerican financial system madetby the American people for selves which shall restore aremaintain a bimetallic price levelIand as part of such system the immediate restoration of the free an unlimitedcoinage of silver at present legal ratio of 16 to 1 wit out for 1ofThe platform favors the election of United State Senators by direct vote calls for the creation of a Department of Labor with a place in the Cabinet favors the con struction and ownership of the Nicaragua canal by the United States and expresses sympathy for the Boers We the picture of the ofDemocratic nominee for President whose name is familiar to every Paulof gee mass of toiling people in the ruggle tj establishand maintain equal and just chances in the pur suits of life against the combined powers of wealth and ousel Cegate The principles for which he con tends are as old as the command d insure given to Moses and will never die for truth is eternal While the ruthless hand of gee edrdirected by the cunning sagaci of brilliant minds have been ce tralizing the great bulkof wealth in the control of the few and con stoutly preventing the productive powers of the great mass of pt ple from sharing in the just rewards labor this matchless lead this man of powerful mind no hearted and unsullied reputation sprang from the ranks of the great common people to lead them from Monarchial tendencies from political bondage into the free and just blessings ofa pure republic His nomination upon a platform embodying the great and vital principles that furnish lietoafree government that arrests the onward march of trusts and com bines that spurns the idea of sub jectiug millions of people in for eign countries to Americas dicta= tion by the power of the bayonet that expresses sympathy for the people who ara struggling ands o h ti e e rificing their lives to maintain their reppblio i ldark Africa II Ri l8t the encroachment of mon urchial power f whose open ana rowntrency to the betterment of the mass of people the open 16 1 clones which flue thehearts Of millions of Americana with hope and will inspire them to perform a politicallwOIrk comnien- Biirute with the grlt Iil ping to follow a faithful administration of principles bytlmt hunurn IJlo thu t worthy and faithful champion of liberty W J Byan No party ever espoused a greater causo a cause a policy so conclusive to the good of the common people as has the Democratic party at this age and no party ever uam a candidate more thoroughly in accord with its desires for by zeal and fidelity to the great- nciples which he has been advocating not one jot or tittle has been omitted in making the platform KANSAS CITY HO Editor of the News I am attending the great Democratic National Convention have restdafternoontI have a full session ticket giv en me by the Hawaiin Prince who heads the delegation from Hawaii We called on the differ morninghfrom the Prince which I considered quite a compliment its tick eta hard 31Mythankful to those who aided i1 getting the place for him pBeckhamLast night the convention wen wild for Bryan when his name was mentioned for the Presidency Platform was read and will be adopted this morning Everything was in confusion lust night Men stood on the of setonever witnessed anything so mag filledejaWomen jjformQGreenrecognize any one in the Ken delegation In haste and confusion I am CIlumbiadThe Democratic National Con Jeuh on a platform denouncing imperialism an trusts and demanding the free coinage of silver at 16 to 1 The fight over the platform end ed in the Committee on Resolutions Those who opposed a spe cific declaration for free coinage at 16 to 1 decided not to carry the fight to the floor of the convention The platform was read to the con ventiou by Senator Tillman Southj CarolinaeMr Bryans name was presented to the convention by Mr Oldham i of Nebraska and at the conclusion Mr Oldhams speech the con longirr seconding speeches were made one of them by the delegate from Ha wail slid one by a woman dele from Utah Hon David B Hill also made a tHing speech seconding the nom illation and predicted that New York State would give a majority Mr Bryan Adlai Stevenson pnthusiasm He was Cleveland running mate in 1892 and his State went Democratic by a large majority and it is predicted thatI his personal popularity will bring prebles The Democrats of New York will make the effort of their life to carry the State for Mr Bryan Ex Governor David B Hill one of the most influential men in the State and who was not really f Mr Bryan in 1896 is an enthusi astic supporter in this contest He will stump the State for the Dam qcratio electors and believes theyI will win He stated at Kansas City that Mr Bryan was not only toe peoples candidate but New Yorks candidate and that her 86 electoral votes were sure to be counted for him Z I I William J Bryan The Next President of the United States John Chapman of Glensfork on hearing of the nomination of Bryan and Stevenson said The candidates are good enough for me without a platform That is the way millions of people feel aboutour nominees for they are so thoroughly known that there is doubt as to what they represent 1lIon Charles Towne of Minne Rota who made a fight for the nomination fr the hits him adtvising and urging the delegates of lie political party tliH Silver Re publicans to vote for Stevenson JIo considers the cause greater than any man not excepting him lf There is a future for Towne The Silver Republicans held their convention in Kansas City st week and nominated W J for President and referred selection of the second place their ticket to their National who endorsed Adlai Stevenson This was done by the urgent solicitation of Sen ator Teller Hon Chas Towne and other prominent silver Republi who believe the cause is than any man This adds muchstrength to the ticket It is a winner certain The Democratic convention in Kansas City nominated W J Bryan for President and ExVice President Adlai E Stevenson of Illinois as his running mate The nominees and platform meet the hearty approval of all Democrats There was not a jar nor a hitch in the whole proceedings except a little wrangle in the com mitteerooin in regard to the reaffirmation of tho platform adopt d in Chicago in 1896 in lieu of an open declaration for 16 to 1 but the 16 to carried by u vote of 27 to 25 and afterward endorsed by the entire committee The nom illation of Bryan was assured long ago but who would bo his running mate was a question that took the votes of the delegates to determine Various worthy and Democrats were mentioned fro many sections of the country bu when the test came Mr Stevenson proved a winner on first ballot The convention could not have named a stronger ticket or leased its party bettor in select its candidate for the second Mr Stevenson has Ptieeutried and found worthy Tho ticket is a strong one strong enough to win and we believe that it will15e pride in giving it room to adorn our columns until it is elected by tho great com moo people in November Wtlto Man Turned Yellow Great consternation was felt by the friends of M O Hogarty of Lexington Ry When they saw he was turning colsorr terriblyl3 was treated by the best doctors but without benefit Then he was advised to try Electric Bitters the wonderful Stomach and Liver remedy sari he writes After taking two bottles I was wholly cured A trial Its matchless merit for all Stomach and Kidney troubles OlnyOc LtvcrI by TiErPawll druggist i fiai T cI S L POWELL ATTORNEYATLAW i COLUMBIA KY 0Will practice in Adair and adjoining counties collections a specialty BSfOHlcc Pages Block second floor with C S Harris News office fleeting of the Medical Society The Russell Springs Medical Society will meet on the first Thursday and Friday in Aug 1900 with the follow In program L J Godby of Middlcburg subject Abdominal Surgery- J L Wesley oLMIddleburg subject Obstetric Complications J B Scholl Jabez subj Dysentry- A W Cain Somerset subj Syphilis L F Hammonds Duonv1lle subj Cholera Infantum W R Grlssom Columbia subject Heart Disease Miss Bertie Carpenter Houston ville subj Placenta Previa William Blair Glenstork subject Pneumonia U L Taylor Columbia subj Smallpox W L Lowder McKinney subject Anesthetics in natural labor a grow log evil J G Carpenter Stanford Conserva tive Surgery of the Abdomen Pelvis and Obstetrics John H Grady Columbia subj not givenThere will be two public addresses on Thursday night One by U L Taylor on the Old and the New the Then and the Isiw If MedicineOne WL Lowder on the Evolu LIon uf Medicine Wai BLAIK 1ns F A TAYLOU Sec OUR GLORIOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth If not The Weekly Enquirer wants to study the it has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The re suit has as follows paltlODt8tO1820 9633922 1870 38558371 1830 12898020 1880 50155783 1840 17088453 1890 62822J501850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the of the United States excluding recent usuallymyearTHEto engage all in a study of their coun try To this end will distribute cashamounting to 25000 for solu received of the population of the United States Census as follow- sTtUifntMUNtwmitnMriniTiitf00000 50000TbfeefliirfTblfcftctt 60000 Itttoitlh 25000 20000TotomwlhTolhfMrtlOewhJlO as to 100000 t60Mt5QUMUtij ti 250000 260000Tof1blieaezt1533eaeb3jJ6aaesBtbgt9 755000 257 cash presents amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money equally di vided propositionsubscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER This contest will close a month before the result of the census will be known and officiallycertified by the Director of Census at Washington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRER including guess ls only iop a year Eleven copies and fulJparticularsSend all orders to ENQUIRER Co Cincmnati Ohio c 1 IFueUo9 Sale in JTiHi efyr I Wo have a nice line of goods which we are now selling sas At Greatly Reduced Prices in order to close out our entire stock to make room for our fall goods Call and see our stock before buying JVIfS Tim 13Siadshaou Miss Effie Btfadshaux THE JONES LEVER BINDER 7 ND CH7 IN GB7R MOMLBPjAre receiving the highest praise from those who use them Thy t Simplicinmachine make it hard for theory to down Come and examine th 3 HarnessJBdIesr work done on short notice f J W JAGKMAK I See the r Robinson Thermal 1 Berth Cabi sE It is cheap durable and no family can well afford to do without A great many arc using it and are ready to recommend it For sale by J 7 S7TLMONand also at The News onlcctE HUGHES COMPANf WHOLESALE d l SASH DOORS 1 t- C BLINDS MOULDINGS OUR new Lumber Warehouse which we have justinbeing situated on the railroad is well sto elL with all kinds of Dressed Lumber Lath and Shingles EEED MILLER Agents Columbia Ky ffcissell Springs 4 J11VA- UGKll1 a gfgfVI Props KIT BLE r KENTUCKY 0pHE RUSSELL SPRINGS HOTEL is now open for summer boards tit ktorstay one month or more rates arc cut to 400 per week Horses cared fells at reasonable rates All attention within our power will be given to a stay a pleasant one if you come to the Russell Springs Hotel maker i The circulation of The Adair Coun News is over 1500 weekly fu 5 f7 i j tsi PERSONAL MENTION I I J Miss Sallie Field is visiting in Camp bellsvilieMrJ B Patterson Jamestown was in Columbia last Saturday Mrs IL C Baker is vlsiting relatives in Lebinon MrT A Baker is visiting friends in Arkansas Mrs G A Kemp was quite sicksev eras days of last week MfT W Johnston was in James town last Saturday MissXula White has been quite sick for several daysIMrs A B Gowdy is still confined to her bed but Is improving 1 Miss Nannie Tripletts condition re mains about the sametMr Basil Chapman Cave City was visiting here the first of the week Miss Olive Snow of Jamestown vis ited in Adair last week Mr C B Collins Campbellsville was in Columbia several days of last week Master Reed Sampson returned toJ his home in Middlesborough Monday Mrs Margaret Tucker who has beens visiting at Jamestown returned to Columbia last SundayvMr Deck Johnston of Mariana Arkac an old Adair county citizen is visiting relatives here Rev T F Walton wife and baby left Monday morning to visit relatives at BarbourvilleMiss Bradshaw who wast thought to be dangerously 111 last week is improving Mrs E G Atkins and her little daughter Mabel were visiting in Green county Monday Miss Ada May Jones who been visiting her cousin Miss Kate Murrellb has returned homeaSquire A M Gowen of Gradyville visited the family of Judge Butler one night last week Mr T II Judd who is in the reeJe nue service was confined at his home last week on account of sicknessa0 Mrs Fanny Lyon and two of her grandchildren Roth and Alvin Camp bellsville were visiting in Columbia last week Mrs Ellen Burgin of St Louis andc Miss May Spears of Ashland Ill are C visiting Misses Sallie and LizaConover and other relatives in this county Mss Mattie Taylor whose departure for the Conservatory of Music Cincin nati mentioned last week will re turn and resume teaching the first of SeptemberMrs Smith who has been visiting relatives in this city left for Middlesborough last Monday to visitJ1 Mrs M II will retur to Texas in a few daysaRev J C Johnson and wife andJ Miss Rose Yuwell of Wilmore Ky were in Columbia last Saturday en route for Russell county to assist in a series of meetings OJdaughtersSnow of Jamestown who spent a very a pleasant visit in Adair county left for home last Sunday Mrs J B Patterson and her hand some little daughter Mary Snow and Mrs W O Pile and her two interest ing little children visited the News ollice last Saturday Miss Ethel Azbill who was called to Columbia on account of the serious ill ness and death her grandmother Mrs Polly Page will remain several weeks For the past year she has been a pupil in the University Champaign Ill Eld J W McGarvey Jr of Lexing ton who accompanied Eld Z T WIlJ jfams on his trip to Palestine Columbia last Tuesday night Be wasI gladly received by his wife and children who stopped here during the hus bands absence Mr Thomas H Tutt an old and highly respected citizen of Adair county whose home is at Milltown has been in a very critical condition for the past two weeks Mr N M Tutt this city will remain at Mill town during the illness of his father LOCAL JOTTINGS Attend the meetings next IaturdayJA number of picnics in Adair coun ty on the Glorious Fourth County Democratic Convention nextI Monday Precinct meetings Saturday Before The Republicans will hold a meeting here next Saturday to select delegates io their State convention r The Metcalfe circuit court closed last Friday But little business was transacted during the term For Sale One hundred and twenty five sheep They are extra good T4P C G JBmtiES Joppa Ky A party of young people of Columbia i rtamL vicinity attended a picnic at th G5en River Bridge on the Fourth hen you visit Louisville stop a the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fareand will located corner of 7than Market Streets ly Tf The Russell Springs medical society will meet on the first Thursday and Friday in August 1000 s WM BLAIR Pres r fit J r Spoclal Notice My accounts are all due July 1st Please crll and pay your account or nole without further notice I need the money D II BUTLER EIdJWMcGarveyJrotLexing ton delivered an interesting Sermon at the Christian church last Sunday forenoon A good audience heard him Thoroughbred Berkshire pgs for sale The finest In Southern Kentucky Registered Call on Geo Atkins or- T R Stults Columbia Ky A great many fields of corn have damaged by the winds but the is still fine for the largest yield of corn in this county since Daniel Boone skirmished with the Indians The colore I Institute for Adair coun will be held July 23 continuing five days The Instructor will be Frank L Williams Principal of a Louisville High School The King Mantel Company 224 West Jefferson St Louisville sell the best and cheapest mantels in the city represent three of the best factories and manufacturer much of their 523m Wheat threshing commenced last several machines being in oper tion When the circuit of Adair has been made the largest wheat crop for years will have been garnered I desire to return my heartfelt thanks to the many friends for their manifes kindness during the illness and th of my beloved wife C C YATES GradyvilleKy Mr Geo Coffey the Town Marshal requests us to state that he will especI ally enforce the law In regard to loose upon the streets Every time animal is taken up it will cost its owner not less than 50 cents Mr Field Montgomery a former citizen of Adair was married to a Miss of Casey county at the Weath Hotel Hustonville a few days Eld J Montgomery brother the groom performed the ceremony I will on 27th day ol July 1000 at the store house now occupied by me in Co lumbia Ky receive and hear proof of against the estate of C R War rincr ALLEN PILE Assignee of R Warriner During a thunder storm last Saturday a keen flash of lightning shocked many persons in town At the residence of Mr Jas T Page Mrs Mary Blakeman and Miss Ethel Azbill sere knocked to the floor Rev T F Walton is not only a good but he knows how to grow ood garden truck He has an abund nce of all kinds of vegetables and last he exhibited at this office a pair twin cymlings weighing several pounds Mr and Mrs J W Coffey s little son age about 4 years came very near losing his life last Saturday evening little fellow got to the coal oil can took a drink which placed him in critical and dangerous condition Dr Russell was called and by a close margin the little ones life was saved Your attention is called to the advertisement of Wm F Jeffries Son in another column They are Imple ment men of experience and handle a class of goods known to be reliable They carry a big lot of fertilizers farm implements buggies harness saddles and field seedsand are building good trade In this line Call and see them All accounts on our books were due July 1st Unless settled in a days you will receive by mail request to pay Please oblige us by responding promptlyyouve got our goods we need the money RUSSELL MURRELL R F Paull of this county has with but little pains gathered from his field of winter oats which has been harvested four bunches of stubble containing 464051 and 62 well developed stalks respectively He is of the opinion that with proper effort bunches could be found containing as many as one hun dred stalks Remember that Democratic meetI- ngs arc to be held in every voting precinct in Adair county next Saturday The object of these meetings is to elect delegates to attend a county conven tion to be held at the courthouse in Columbia the Monday following The County Convention will select delegates to attend the State convention- to be held at Lexington the 19th inst In Another column will be found the advertisement of Robt Hudson per taining to the breaking and training of young horses We know him to bone e of the safest and most competent men for this work in Southern Ken tucky He has the fair grounds in charge and is in fine position to give your horse that care so essential breaking Send in your colts and young horses and you will notregret it IPreaching at the following places next Sunday E W Barnett in this Saturt o Sdhouse Salem T L Hulse at Elroy W H C Sandldge Union T F Walton Ebe nezer J M Pierce Pleasant View J F Roach Prices Creek Tobias Hut faker Pleasant Hill WB Cave West Fork 1 t A Picnic at Todds Cave You have read of and perhaps ex perienced a sleighride in December attended May Day festivities and hours upon the banks of brook- letS angling for trout but if you have never madea trip to Todds Cave upon a bay wagon you have never been InI the suberbs of enjoyment Conceiving that the Fourth could be happily spent in a visit to the Cave about fortyI young ladies and gentlemen chaper oned by Mr A G Todd and wife Mr W S Barker and wife Mrs E G At kins and Mrs Nona Cabell chartered a wagon and visited this interesting and widely known wonder There were many in the party who sing beautifully and going to and from the Cave the welkin rang with their melodious voicesUpon reaching the cavern many were ripe for an exploring expedition and with candles lighted pants rolled up and skirts slightly elevated the march up the stream which flows from its mouth was begun The main apart ments were soon reached and for more than an hour much interest was evinced while gazing upon natures many curiosities Sightseeing over the party retraced their steps to the land of sunlight to find that old Sol had re tired for the day and thatthe friends upon the outside had spread a magni ficent twilight supper To elaborate upon the many good things prepared for the occasion would be repetition tlf words generally used in expressing high appreciation for unbounded en joymentAfter tea Mr H M Kemp and Miss Annie Barker entertained the happy throng with a late and beautiful duet There were other incidents worthy of mention but enough has been said hence we will close by stating that the flashlight pictures taken by Mr W S Barker will be on exhibition in a few days Died at St Josephs Infirmary Last week we recorded the serious affliction of Mrs R M Hurt and her removal to Louisville to undergo an operation with the hope of saving her life She could not live without submitting to the surgeons knife and but little encouragement was given if submission was approved but there was probably a chance for her and she submitted The operation was performed at 8 oclock Saturday morning and she died at G oclock Sunday after noon the remains reaching Columbia Monday evening The anguish of the husband can not be realized Perfectly devoted to his wife he tenderly watched by her bed side month in and month out trusting that a favorable symptom wouldI set up and that an operation would not have to be performed but his hopes were not realized and upon the advice of local physicians and skilled surgeons in the city she was conveyed to Louisville for a final effort to prolong life The deceased was a daughter of MrIWm H Garnett who died a number of years ago and was a niece of Judge James Garnett this city She was a most estimable woman and her death has cast a gloom over this entire com munity where she was known and lovIed for her many Christian virtues Her husband Mr R M Hurt Tobe is one of Adairs best citizens and in this the trying and sorrowful period ofI his life the whole county feels for him The funeral services took place this Tuesday forenoonconducted by Rev E W Barnett and the enterI ment was In the Garnett burial grounds a few miles from town Death of Mr W H Patterson Last Friday morning at 3 oclock the subject of this sketch after being afflicted for many years was relieved of his miseries by sinking Into the sleep of death For nearly twenty years he had been a sufferer of inflammatory rheumatism and every effort that means and hu man aid could command was done to alleviate pain and restore him to health but his affliction baffled the skill of man and he patiently waited durIng hIs long illness for the Masters call He was a good citizen and an active farmer until disease forced him to give up all earthly pursuits The end came at his late residence near Mont pelier surrounded by his children and friends The deceased was about 65 years of age and leaves to our knowl edge two daughters Mrs J N Cono ver this city and Mrs James N Con over Montpelier Mrs U L Taylor of Columbia and Mrs C B Taylor who lives near town were his sisters While afflictions long he bore it is a consolation to the living to know that he was ready to meet his God Clearance Sale of Summer Goods Our entire stock of summer goods must be closed out within the next 30 days To do this we have put the knits to prices = aud now your opportunity to that lasof goods t yep own price We have large lines of ladies and misses Slippers Parasols Fans Light Underwear Lawns Organdies White Goods Piques Percales Mens SuBoswr Suits Underwear Negligee IShrfsatrw Hats Neck wear Ho- stem etc all of which are seasonable now but must be sbltl Within the tip mentioned We have accepted the agency for Thos Emmerson 5c Sons Mens Fine Shoes and have bought Dr H Butlers stock of same We offer them pow at reduced prices to closeout this stock you wlJU never buy them at these prices again Bargains In everything to cash buyers We sell the Improved New Goodrich Sewing Machine best on earth for the money iIueaizrs it1I Y Rev Barney Butler who conducted a series of meetings here one year ago visited Adair county last week He preached at several different points in the county and last Sunday night he addressed a very large audience at the Methodist church thin city He is quite a young man but a forcible and interesting talker He is very much liked by his people throughout this county John Gowen who lives In the Gra dyville country was arrested and lodged in Jail Saturday night chargedwlth attempting to know his own daughter Gowen says that If he is guilty he has no recollection of It that he Is subject to crazy spells and that if he attempted taperpetrate the crime mentioned his reason was dethroned His trial will come up before Squire Gowen at Gradyville this Tuesday afternoon The picnic at Conovers Spring on the Fourth was not largely attended but it was a very enjoyable occasion It so happened that the News force had made other arrangements for the day and the paper was not represent ed at this gathering The plcnicers deserve a more extended notice but not having a representative upon the grounds and being unacquainted withI the days doings we will have to con clude by wishing that all the crowd spent a delightful time and enjoyed a bountiful dinner The News having stated several weeks ago that Miss May Harvey would assist her mother in the Cane Valley school and as she is teaching at Fairplay a few words of explanation may be necessary She was employed to teach at Cane Valley in the capaci ty above stated but her mother upon learning that she could get a school of her own advised her to take it The arrangement was made and the Fair play school was opened last Monday Miss Harvey being very acceptable to the district On the same day her mother opened the Cane Valley school with a full attendance She needs no commendation as a teacher Mr Judson W Jon sof Liberty Mo who Is a son of Mr A J Jones who was a native of Columbia but who died many yeais ago was made a page of the National Democratic Convention lie is now seventeen years of age and is an ambitious young man A few weeks before the Convention he conceived the idea of becoming a page and he went to work for the appointment His friends in Columbia were notified of his desire aud a strong en dorsement of his character and fitness was forwarded to headquarters He was also strongly recommended by leading citizens ofhis adopted State That he was an efficient officer no one here doubts The Rev T F Walton put forth one of his best efforts in his pulpit last Sunday The subject wasSympathy- and the manner in which it was handled showed that Bro Walton had found the height and depth of this sublime subject Its a hard road to travel where a person gets 1000 kicks to one little pat on the back but mill ions of our fellows are in it and It seems that the common place where virtue honor and fidelity are recognized as noble attributes is at the end of the journey where the casket holds the remains and the clods are rolling down the vault Without expressions and words of encouragement it takes grit and determination to succeed The evil in men do live after them the good is often Interr ed with their bones Horace Walker a tenyear old son of Mr and Mrs Scott Walker Hillsboro Texas was shot and accidentally killed on Friday the 29th of last month Horace in company with another boy had gone to a stream and were seining for minnows Two negro boys neither of them over twelve years old were in a meadow close by with a gun Seeing the two white boys in the creek they concluded to go and help them seine Reaching the stream one of them laid the gun across his lap the muzzle pointing in the direction of the boys in the water In fooling with the gun it was accidentally discharged the contents striking Horace Walker blowing his head halt off He never spoke but fell upon his little compan ion who gave the alarm relief coming as quickly as possible The parents of this unfortunate little boy were born and reared in Columbia and they have the sympathy of this entire communi ty The deceased was a grandson of Mr W H Walker nephew of Mr W L Walker Mrs B F Paull Mrs J W Butler and Mrs PrlsclllaDohoncy The 4th qf July was appropriately celebrated at Liberty Russell county by two sermons a lecture and plenty of sweet vocal music Rev W B Cave preached in the forenoon to a large audience after which Eld Z T Will iams delivered a lecture on his trip to the Holy land and in the afternoon the flevJ W punford preached which completed te programme It was not our pleasure to hear much of the talks but are informed that all the speakers acquitted themselves in a highly satisfactorymanner handling tie great and vitalqueatfons ofmoral ity and spiritual advancement io tie entire satisfaction and cdlflcafIqn pf the many who heard them The music was conducted by Messrs lllC Stapp and Rrlder The selections were appropriate and the rendition excel lent The day was a hot one but the lemonade stands furnished cool and re freshing drinks The conduct of the entire crowd was highly commendable and clearly demonstrates that that section loves peace and sobriety for if there was a drunken man or bolster ous person On the grounds we f iled io hear of it In commemoration of the aubUmievlHlt 6t July 4th 1771 tkt8 to tlfe prbgriiaiafe irk inkecord I ALBANY The growing little town of Albany Kyls located near the center of Clin ton county Itls also situated near the center of a circular valley about fifteen miles in diameter It is almost surrounded by a magnlficient range of mouutains or knobs the ad vance sentinels of the Cumberland mountains This range as it lifts its peaks higher and still higher presents a magnificient picture to the lover of nature as they loom up before the quiet litle town In the early morn ing as the sun steals from its hiding place melting the sparkling dewdrops and mingling its golden rays of light with the gorgeous foliage of the sur rounding hills this scene Is transcend ent But this is not all bidden away from these beautiful scenes lie almost undisturbed massive beds of the finest coal sunlcient to supply large demand All of these fields await the coming of the railroad Agriculture receives fairly good at tention We find some good farmers here and they seem aroused to the great Importance of improving their farms The soil is a strong limestone and when properly cultivated will produce good crops The recent rains are very encouraging to the farmers The pros pects for a good corn crop is very flattering and the wheat yield is better than it has bean for years running from 10 to 20 bushels per acre The oat and hay crop will be very light A great many farmers are turning their attention to the cultivation of peas not only for feed but for the improve ment of their lands Tobacco receives but little attention in this section Albany is the county seat of Clinton county and is a thriving little town Several new residences have recently been built and Dr J A Sloan now has another splendid dwelling under process of construction A splendid new court house graces the public square in which the people of the country justly pride themselves There are 9 10 business houses in town all of which seem to be doing a healthy business The Bank of Albany is operated upon a firm basis and is a growing institu tion There are three churches located here two hotels a good school build ing mills shops and in fact all that goes to make up a thriving town The professions seem to be well rep resented Educational interests are awake Prof Edwards a former Met calfe county boy is at the head of the Albany High School and is a success ful instructor The county institute will be held July 913 The legal lights come in for consideration and dam informed that they sustain a repu table bar Then the medicine man is largely here all of whom seem to be enjoying a lucrative practice- I find Dr Cartwright a former Adair county citizen here His old friends will no doubt be glad to learn that he is still in the front rank of his chosen profession He is a successful business man and certainly knows how to make a foreigner feel at home I also find Mr Chas Story here who was formerly inbusiness in Columbia He is a splendid Christian gentlemen a good farmer and stock dealer The citizens of the town are usually industrious and full of life Religious Interests are far below what they should be Yet it Is very gratifying to find some earnest devoted workers hereLast Tuesday it was announced that there would be a Sunset Picnic at the large spring just west of town Here late In the afternoon under the auspices of the ladies ot the town gathered about 25 or 30 of the young and old of the town At this cool retreat Where Immense streams of cold water bursts from the sides of the over hanging cliff was spent a few happy hours Just as the sun was sinking In the west a bountiful supper was spread Lingering here in voluptuous enjoyment until the shades of night had crept about us we reluctantly went away we trust thanking God for his goodness to us 6 P Dillon The Are Very Pleasant Smokers attention He has come at last The Never Down Log Bun and Keystone cigar Its made of cabbage leaves and rotten stock bad flavor If you dont believe it try one and you will like it Askyour merchant forty Manufactured by S L Howicn Som erset Ky QRADYVILLE L 8 Smith returned from Louis ville last week Miss Ada Wilmore Iii pn the sick list J A Diddle was at Greensburg one day last week Dr LC Nell and wife are spending a fewdays at Edmonton Mr John Bcauchamp Edmonton was in our midst last week looking after a location Constable Barberry Sparksville was with us one day last Week Squire Gowen spent a few days of last week in columbia o n legal business W L Grady Is oil the market for a tow uptadatr3 saddle borsoSreepccialJy Peacocks C O MQSS was at Sparksville ono day last week repairing telephones Mrs Sarah Flowers and daughter ot Columbia were visiting relatives and friends in our community tweet Robert Hudson Columbia was in town last week apd informed us that in a few days he would locate with us and take charge of W L Gradys young horses for training purposes The Democrats of this part of the county are for the old standard bearer Judge J H Lewis for Governor be leaving him to be the strongest mali before the pale However we ale a11 o perfectly willing to abide by the decis ion of the Lexington convention be cause we know It will fix things right Mr W C Yates left our place last week for Glasgow where he will take charge ot his carding machine Blakey Dooley and wife Edmonton spent a few days in our city last week Rev Hulse is holding a series of meetings at Pleasant Ridge church Great interest is being manifested Baker Lewis Burksville passed through here witha carload of cattle last Thursday for the Louisville mar ketAnother Bryan DemocratBorn to the wife of JA Diddle on the 6th a boy We are glad to note that Uncle P Nelson who has been confined to his rooms is able to be up and ride about the country On last Sunday morning while the family of Mr Lyss Moore was at Sab bath school someone entered his yard and relieved him of two caps of honey Mr Moore tenders thanks for leaving gumsMessrs Grady Morrison spent last Saturday in the community of Prices Creek looking after timber They expect to manufacture a large amount of lumber during the fall season Prof W H McCaffree who has been employed to teach the school in the Big Creek district near this place will begin teaching in a few days Professor is a teacher long experience and we glad to know that the trustees have heen able to secure his services Q o sTRAINING STABLE o NOW PREPARED TO HAN1AM horses at the fair grounds eith er to ride or drive Ifyou have a young putItthe harder he is to train The best horses are those that are broke and trained while young If you want work of this kind done I am prepared y to give satisfaction My charges are very Reasonable ROBT HUDSON Columbia Ky GoV Beekham This celebrated and thorougbred shorthorn bull will make the present season on my farm and will be per mitted to serve cows for 8100 cash or a 150 on time Gov Beckham Is two years old and weight 1100 pounds I think he is the best Bull of his age I oversaw W L ORADY Qradyvllle Ky Eld W G Montgomery will preach at Egypt next Sunday his regular ap pointmeut gUY THE EVIPII3E 1D1ILth II s+ is THE fiEST Oft 0l1 THE ivrat ET I say this with the full knowledge of other drills It has a force i fertilizer feed and I can furnish you either the Disc Hoe or Shoe 4 Drill that will feed from three pecks to three bushels per oreIti- s easily adjusted and any one can operate it I can also you furnish the best brands of FERTILIZERS ton the market from 100 up Farm Implements of all kinds for for sale Call and seeue W F Jeffries Son A Slaughter Sale 0The entire stock of goods formerly controlled by Mr C R Warin ner is now for sale at cost This stock of goods consists of a general line and of a good quality This will not last long Heres some prices Best Shirtings 5 to 7c Two packs Arm and Hammer Brand Soda 5c MonarchCoffee 15c Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes of fine quality at Manufactu rers prices Come at once if you want a bargam 1000 articles bound to go ALLEN PILE Assignee C R Warinner 4 PR0GRAMM6of OF TIIE Missionary and Sunday Softool 6011v61ft1011UE The f assell Cheek Association TO CONVJOTB WITS tta11t1ods Fottk Ghuute July the 28th and 29th Nineteen Hundred Saturday 10 a m 1 Devotional oxercisesW S Dudgeon st 2 The needs and plans of the District Board W W Iiigram and B 0 Durretfc 8 Our Mission Field its needs outlook and claims upon usE W Barnett fir prayer and Hymn Anywhere With Jesus l 5 How are we to meet the great spiritual dearth of our sBociatioupT M Green MV 6 The Kingdom set up when where and by whomjj who were the first in itYA Br Cree o v r Saturday NJeht SermonE W Barnett Suaday 9 a rite v 1 The ultimate object in Sunday school instruction and the steps to i its accomplishmentrT M Green and W S DudgeonF2 What is covetousness and how to treat ilWT Josses B WilsonaY 8 The greatest ueed of our churches J F Roach and TO H Eng JanU ry J1traUU T kGtten A 6 Cffte vY I 7 10 rm YERKBS QUESTIONED Several Knotty Propositions P repotiadedStatesman I ANSWERS NOW UP TO Hin The Stanford InteriorJournal in recent issue propounds the following questions to Hon Jobn W Yerk the kidgloved statesman or A vllle in view of tbe almost certainty of his becoming tbe Republican nor tl nee for Governor 1 1 If you are elected Governor will you before tbe trial of any of the per I sons now Indicted for being accessory to tbe murder bf Gov Goebel pa any of them 2 If they are convicted after tn will you then p dODYOt them 3 If Taylor arid Finley are still gitives wilt yeu IsSue requisition for their apprehension 4 Do you approve tbe conduct of Gov Mount of Indiana in refusing to honor the requisition of GOT Beckham- for the arrest of Taylor and Finley 5 5 Have you ever In public or pniri conversation condemned the assassi nation of Goebel except upon ground that it might Injure the Re puhlican partypfi Were yon present at the secret Uiilt House convention of Republicans in Louisville on the night following the ColsonScott tragedy atFrankto 7 If you answer yes to thejlast ques tion as you undoubtedly must answer then you will Jbe further asked if you advocated or approved a proposition to bring the mountain fendiststo Frank fort to murder or overawe Goebel 5theLegislature 8 If you answer you did not th you will be asked why you did not tihat same street civil liberty your plat r fqrm and stump orators prate so much caboutwhyyou did not not as a lover Sofliberty and law expose this damna ble plot Parenthetical We trust you will N not endeavor to excuse yourself on the ground that you were in another part of the large room and that you were afflicted with the same sort of buzzing caused Mr Elaine to misunderstand Imperrectins were to be brought out only to pro S tect the civil liberties of everybody und not for murder on Do you approve the act of Taylor in refusing to allow the civil autho ties U search the executive buildi for the murderers of GoebelI10 Do you approve Taylors act in di lying the members of the LegsJa lure from the Statehouse with his sol diets 11 Do you approve his act In driving the Legislature at the point of the bay ouet from the courthouse and other public places in Frankfort when itsn deavored to assemble in 12 Do you approve his act in order tog his solders to chase the membeis of the Legislature through the streetst of Frankfort 13 Do you approve his act In quar taring soldiers and armed bodies of mountaineers in the public buildings- at Frankfort with orders to them to IItallow no one access to them withonV atJpass from him 01 his Adjutant CQei a almoJtbefrom Frankf do tconverting U re- State QapJi 11to military barracks 15S Do gala approve his act in refus ing to obey the writ of habeas corpus 38 Do you approve his course now Inh shremainingjustIceDL 17 Do you belive he meant to lie oram to tell the truth when he publicly stan fed that if indicted he would never be I come a fugitive from justice but would 5 J return to Kentucky and stand hint alP 18 Do you think be ought to return to Kentucky now to stand hIs trlaJg 19 If you are elected Governor will r you obey the constitution and laws of J the State 20 Do you believe the Constitution of the United States is the supreme law of the land 21 Do you believe that the folowi is a correct quotation of Subsection 7 Sectiov 2 Article IV Constitution ofthe the USICAny person charged in any State with treason felony or o crimes who shall flee from justice and bflrfoBBd in another State shall on dePl9i nui of the executive authority of tr heStand Stote from which he fled bo delivered rt Hjpijio be removed to the State having jlllicUtloooHbe crime ly f 32 If this be a correct quotation shy dW you all JDelllberot the recent KpiUicU Mmettoft at Phitadel o ay+ I ubiaat a meeting of the lregttic k approvera commending and praising Mount of Indiana for deliber ately violating this law There are a few only a sample of the inquires which the people of the Sta awIll ask you to answer Ypu are a courteous gentleman and will no doubt sobliKe them by full and shall we sa 80it satisfactory answers Br aa on Republican Platform Chicago June 23Special to the New York JournaJH the Republ- Icans overlooked any opportunities to make mistakes in their salrdunWilliam Jennings Bryan to day IDa tlrstiJcampaign on the Republican beliefs and promIses- u The Philadelphia platform is best illustration that we recently had of the desire of the Republt leaders to deceive the people as to their plans Mr Bryan continued The onlyposition taken in the iplatform which is positive and free from am favorteof is cothem m the to secure bimetallism shows that t- latform on this question in 1896 was a fraud STitUT PLANK 31 BANS NOTHING oathsrng taken in connection that there is no condemnation of trusts that ned grown up under tbe Republican ministration Qn imperialism there is no definite policy outlined While every Intel- or gent reader of the nations press knows thltttiie admTnTsTratlonlntends to fos enter a colpntat pollcyj patterned after asthe policy of European monarchies theplatform does not avow honestly and candidly the partys purpose While the wiiliforyspirit was a t dihedents demand for a standing army of 100000 men One of the noticeable features of the platform was that no mention was made Of the principles set forth In the Declaration of IndependehceaIthougb the meeting was held in the cl ty whEre the first Republican convention was helda convention thatspeclfica4yn dorsed the Declaration of Iuaepend enceIBOER PLANK IS NOT 8YSfPATIIYy The Boer plank does trot express forthestrugglingSoatoB h I from reading it whether the partyJ sympathized with England or tbe Boers Asked what be thought ot Hannaplatform effort to arouse the conven boas enthusiasm he ccQtentedbim self with a smile Mnocquatorreply to a questJ On but you cant induce me to trjk about the vice presidency or tte presidency either that mattfcj Did ws discuss poll tics Well I do not recall anything sufficiently startling to merit being quoted Id rattier talk about the fishing was firf trclass and we had a fine me 1 jjajned five pounds and caught six poond muskalonge If Col Were tells jrou that my fish was a whale towed the boat for a mile an me 1wnttdentiaUy fi that was not his own ex perlence GOING nOME TO HARVEST OATS From here I am going straight me to my Lincoln farm Reports ow that the crops are fine and I go back to look out for the bar Testing I have five acres in oats and going to have breakfast oatmeal oftc tiMrThrieY 110 come from Yinoogna Wis in t morning and all butMrBryan left in the evening for Lincoln Neb He will tomorrow As the result of his fishing trip and the temPorary sidetracking politics Mr Bryan returned with face faun ed and so he said stored with anew sop ply of vigor Col Bryans son William brought byng t vooth had two and the avers weight of the hooked victims washea Shermanthen house his demand was fur a funny pa He led Ills sire to the news II Buy me this one exclaimed boy pointing ti a copy of a comic week on which the outside colored out was a r BtatOOllttbeNebrakDe posing as aCbJDflfej Boxar odwaf lag a sword whose btedewa ribed Y t b yupolltlcal FahatIcIsnf TBKk6nflm was pictured a head monkey and over It was written Honest Old Democra cy Killed by B xer Bryan Why its you exclaimed the boy as he noticed the lineaments of his tosite that even the distorted pencil of the cartoonist had not made unrecog nizable Hes used to cartoons commented yMr Bryan as he drew forth a dime to pay for his sons selection And so am L Oct Your Moneys Worth Its hard to appreciate the full worth youfaemergen dties that come in every houp hold Dr T F Barnhart of Claiborne Parish La says Permit me to say Ihave tried Morleys Wonderful Eight and Pleurisythe FleeceArkansas Democrats nominated 1lion Jeff Davis for Governor The convention endorsed the Chicago plat form and denounced imperialism An Epidemic of Diarrhoea Mr A Sanders writing from Cocoa hasbeenheHe had a severe attack and was clued by four doses of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy He says he also recommended it to others and they say it is the best medicine they ever used For sale by M Cravens The Republicans Washington lareby the country of their platform It 1seemsto have fallen flat everywhere its framers are constantly in the press explain this and that plank The Appetite of a Goat Is envied by all whose Stomach and Liver are out cf order But such should know that Dr Rings New Life Pills give a splendid appetites sound gestion sada regular bodily habit insurers perfect health and great energy only 25c at T E Paulls drug Ytore Stengby a Centipede Mrs Tbos Saunders Bluffton Tex as was stung by a centipede A doctor was sent for but before he arrived some sensible friend wet a piece of brown paper with Morleys Wonderful Eight and applied it to the wound The doctor said his services were not needed for thee poison was neutralized or killed by the Wonderful Eight Mrs S did not suffer from the wound Free trial bottles at W M Bell Joppa y Speaking of his running mate Mr Bryan says that no man worthy to be considered for such an office that of vice president would accept Domina- tIon upon a platform repugnant to his views on any important issue To Opro A Cold In One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggists refunded the money if it fails to cure E W Groves signature on every box 25c OUR ttORlOUS COUNTRY Have you watched its marvelous growth If not The Weekly En quirer wants to study the strides it has made The first census of the United States was taken in Alto Since then every succeeding ten years The re suit has been as follows fepetatind1d1L13ld111 18t03f443J2t 983922 1970 3tJS937t 6116573I2319f 879 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population 5 of the United States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually 1 yearTHE 2 to engage all in a study of their coon 3 y To this end it will distribute 4 ash amounting to 25000 for solu ons received of the population of the States Census as follows 1 Qe MIlhemet 300000 2 beibwpeeebbb 150000 73000lbwfbedlb 4 3 Tew1iil 25000 20000Setl 5 Tow xxtlAea 1ft IIIfti tOJOO 160000To 1 SHtJoofo 3 2 2197 e llpfMMk wnmtfHf to t2S90000 In case of a tie money equally di vided theEvery guest on the above proposi must be accom ied a Sub5CI1pt10nt6thCWEEKLYENQUIRERgo theWaSLyErQUIUL This contest will dose a moth be beknowoandoDirector of the United States Census Che1 l a rthe WEEKLY ENQUIRER including 5isOBly100 a year coyest sled FotfvllpartictiJarsHe Cory l b I Ii STAre NEWS In Knott county Emory Cook shot and killed his cous in Anderson Cook- Considerable damage done to crops in Eastern Kentucky from flooded water couses At Carson Knott county William Logan aged 16 was married to Jesse Dixon age 12 John Cooley of Mitchells burg Boyle county who worked in a sawmill was found dead on the roadside near his home Mrs Kate Wilson of Louisville was struck by a trolley car and received injuries which caused her death an hour later Lightning struck the Lou isville Trust building A hundred people in the offices were sereIy shocked but none seriously BEFORE BABY IS BORN A Valuable LKtls Book of Interest to All WSKSK Seat Free sTerywoneanlookafarlrardwtthteel ogs of indeKlribable oy to the one ifecomparedwithich h w canes How proud and happy she will be when her precious babe nestles on her breait how sweet the name of Mother l And yet her happy antici witaeit the ordeal so that it is impossible to avoid the feeling of constant dread which creeps over her The danger and suffering attendant upon being a mother ean oe entirely prevented so that the coming of the er need not be looked forward to with fur and trembling as is so often the ease E woman who reads thi- aperp can obtain absolutely free a valuable sad attractive little book entitled Before is Born by sending her name anddaddreea to the Bradfleld Regulator Co Atlanta Ga This bop contains priceless information to women and no one should fail to send klrlt To Cure La Grippe In Two Days Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets All druggist refund tbe money if it taIls to cure E W Groves signature onevery box 25 cents I t County Convention Called At a meeting of the Democratic Ex ecutive Committee beld in Frankfort Ky May 20 it was ordered that on Saturday July 14 1900 at 2 p m standard time there shall beheld in each of tbe voting precincts of all the counties of tbe State at tbe usual rot ing places a precinct convention fur the purpose of appointing delegates to tbe county convention to beheld at the Court House Monday July 10 at 2 p m whIch county convention shall in Cond on Thursday July 19 1900 for the pur pose of nominating a Democratic can didate for Governor The basis of representation fur precinct delegates shall be one for each fifty votes and fraction over twenty five cast for Bryan Electors in 189C The basis of represention for county delegates shall be one delegate for eacb two hundred votes and fraction over one hundred cast for the head uf the Democratic electoral ticket at the Presidential election in 1896 All persons who will be lagal vote- rlathe State next November who are debuted to the principles of the Demo cratic party and desire to those prix ciples to succeed who by participat- Ing in tbe district and county conven ton will fuel in honor bound to su port the nominee of the Democratic party for Governor are hereby invited to participate in said meetings C S HARRIS Chairman GORDON MONTGOMERY Secretary LIVE STOOK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Liv StechCATTLE Extra shipping 4 755 00 Lightshlpplng 4 6034 85 Best butchers 4 G04 U Fair to good butchers 4 251 00 Common to medium btchr 3 504 25 snoesChoice packing and butch ers 225 to 300 lbs 5 cO kdpacking 180 to 200lbs 530 Good to extra light 160 to 180 lbs 5 25 SUEEF AND LAHB3 Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 753 Fair to good 3 503 75 Common to medium 3 00x3 ii0 PROGR7 MME O THE Ministers Meeting e TO BE HELD 1VITII TDE Baptist Church Csrad v1 190011erTuesday Morning Devotional Exercises W B Cave 2 How may we unify and build up the Lords work inbutsectonW S Dudgeon 3 First study in RomansJ C Massie Q Tuesday Afternoon v t j 1 Devotional Exercises Eobert Wilson 2 Responsibility the ordination of Ministers W T Underwood 3 First study in the Phillipplans W B McGarlety i4 The pastor and his workJ B Ferrell = W ednesday Morning V 1 Devotional Exercises B Y Wilson r2 By whom is a man called to the ministry and what are the evidences of a call =W L PierceS3 Second study in Phillipplans W B McGariety v 4 Exegesis Matt 281920A C Cree N a SoulwioongW B CaverWednesdayAfternoonr Devotional Exercise J A Pierce v y Second study in RomansJ C Massie i How Iprepare my sermons James Cook1 l Exegesis John 10 2i29W B McGariety 1 Thursday Morning A Devotional Exercises HS Bell The Bible and Missions =J C Massie and HT Jesse How Istudy my Bible Edgar W Barnett 1 tThird study In RomansJ tMassie Bible reading on giving T M Green p r 1 Thursday Afternoon t r I t Devotional Exercises E F Tucker J tThird study in = V B McGariely 1 t Is regeneration necessary to church membership General Discussion I t A cordial invitation is extended to all by the Grady villa Baptist Church l0 1 fifth RVRTIUE WiolEl PIKE CA1v1PBELLr MANAGER I lO CENTRALLY LUQATEDAND JJJI8T CON DUOrED Slo noTBf IN TIt wry iliC i lNKAJtTHIC THEATRES wruacru AND 1y IOLE ALZ DOUSES QY THE cc TUt wiiUCi w a ilillilliiliil1i t t i L5L 11Jm j PATTERSON HOTEU J7MeST0WN KY IS No 1 etter place can be found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and theta iiiat all times sup tried with the best the market affords aVdU Stable in con neotion J PArrERSOf JProprietor Universal Woodworker Turning Lathe allS Scroll Saw 4 AM NOW PREPARED to do any kind of fancy scroll Rols you a or a call on me and get my prices for Columns Banisters Brackets Newel Posts Hand Rails for Stairways Ipbuild verandas at the lowest figures and furnish the latest designs Call and see me J G JVVORRISON O i ATr R D =I9Y cPROPRIETORS OF THE Lebanon aWorksLEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds at MARBLE 1 GRANITE S B IIIUpRICE S LOW WORK GUARANTEED Special attention given to cemetery work Prices less than ever offered before We are prepared to all kinds of masonry work such as foundations fronts etc WIIT F JEFFRIES Local Aieut Columbia ICy R O RUBEL T II RUlJEIi 90UgL 13 OTt1E SISuccessors to Falls City Buggy Top Co Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of t Vehicles Buy Tops and CUSHIONS aWrite For Catalogue 2 3 NO 142 East Main St LOUISVILLE kY IfYou Smoke Send For a Sample Box of Baifds Iiittle Hnanas 3 FOR 5 CENTS 150 Per Hundred 25 cents Extra for Postage OrcEFZK TRILLION SOLD IN 1899 BAIRDS 5th and Jefferson Louisville Ky w PROOR MME o TILE Missionary anti Snodnu school Fifth Sunday Meeting OF THE SOUTH GUMBERLflND RIVER flSSOGlflTION TO 1JE HELD 1V1T1I Bethlehem Church Pulaski County Kentucky July the 28th and 2pth 1900f Saturday lO a m 4 1 Devotional exercises JJf Floyd 13 What interest ought wo take lu carrying out tfrs ponimissiou S CJQUCB and Jacob Mayfield Y 31- i8 Who ought to euPPore the preaching of the GospolTmB tty ornndwn6uve irG 3j4 h tiieronnYscripture for appointing a committee torso auerriug a t4 brptherrfD P Bpporabn and J M P Floyd vW 5 IB the Lords SupperYe9trictkdJ C Clemens arid J J Coonw 110 Sunday Morning 9 a m f aIS 1 DevotionalexorcisesWm H Collins a 2 IB it the duty of eyery church to have a Sunday school andwho =should attendC F Breeding and J W New i 8 Ought not the members of the church to road the scriptures more OC Trimble and F G Merricks c 4 Sermon Jacoh Mayfield 6 Tl1eQustioDBoxon hand each day v I z Evprbody invited tont end r C C TiIMnr P K J J CoorER CRlgtTgb I i