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I TilE AftAffi WCWTY NEWSVOLUME 4 OOLUMBIA ADAIR COMT1 KEMUCia WEDNESDAY JAHUA34Y 9 1901 NUMBER 9 POSTUJTFICE DIRECTORY j it Unwell Postmaster cchoaraweekdaysT00amto990pmCOURT CrtourrOouMThree esiion a yearThird Mond 7 In January third llowUy In M y and thirdJ1oDdarln September circtiUJuaieWwJoiK OommpnwwUUi AttomeyN H Aaron sheriff J W Hurt okrkJnoa 9offtJr Oomrrr CcuwPint Monday In each mouth eJ W Butter County AtlorneyJMGirnett Clerk TBBtnlta jalltrHB liMttcben- AwltoorG A Bradllhaw- SurYByU1t tT1oOaffree School SuptW D Jones- coroneryeonardltletcher OiirOoo TRer l rcourt second Monday In ach month jd J W Atkins oraey Gordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY TKESBVTBJUAN- BUWVILM 6TMTKeY T P Walton pastor Services aecond and fourth Sundays n each month Bnnday chool aUn m every Sabbath Prayer meeting ever Wednesday night t METHODIST BUKK3TILU 6TMET WP Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at 4 a Ill Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST GBOJrUV1Lcj8TBftBev K Vf Barnett pastor Serrtces third Sunday In each month TJandayschol every Sabbath at a m Prayer reeling Tuesday night CHRISTIAN Pirn Elder 1 Williams Pastor Services First Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at am Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No P and A YRegu lar meeting In their ball over bank on Fri day night on or before the full moon In each month Ksw TB 8ecy Cn4uniB AM No meets first 1ndaynlghtln eachmonth J E B P J RUSSHA Secretary arrr p rGCAT 6 Also Dealer In FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 408 West Mar- ketflOtf3lfiauok BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Pro 0JTho above Hotel has been re tted repainted and is now ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the market affords Rates reasonable Bmood sample room Feed stable hed uUHHHtiulAL HOTEL JAMESTOWNrKY i HOLT VAUGHAN 0 Proprietors peifBolt d sees that the table is supplied at all ti with the y beet the market affords- proprietors are attentive and very gues Good sample rooms and the building Is SOnvenlent to the business houses First Class very attached to the hotel Terms very seasonable IiLeballu Steam Laundry LEBANON KY e 0THOROUGHLY equipped modern g I foundry plant conducted by exper hlghgladePlace in the country Patronize home Jnstl W ork of A- drtV Russell raplor and Green solicited VI JOflNSTQN GQ AgentsT c r B 6aohe and dizztnoes are r Aired bYHorloyte Little Liver Pills w Lo Hi11 care a 1 Casey County court of Claims STATE OF KENTUCKY COIfNTY OF CASEY J The following is a complete list of claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Casey County at Its October Term 1000 viz- Abell B R team on road 2i days 13 75 Anderson 7 M same 1 day 1 50 Adams J M same 4 days Ashley John same 5 days 7 Allison Wm same 1 day 150 Atwood John pauper 30 00 Adams W C clerk of election 2 00 Adams Monro judge of elec Lion 200 Adams Sallie pauper 2500 Bastin Spaw 678 feet bridge lumber 510 Bohon C T team on road 00 Bohan C T 600 feet bridge lum ber 600 Barker Dr J C medical attention to pauper 18 75 Barker Dr J Csame 30 00 Barker Dr J C same 17 00 Barker Dr J C same 3 00 Barker Dr J C same 125 Brown Wm team on road 13 days 225 Brown Thomas same 3 day 4 50 Brown Monro same 1 dayl5Boise Henry same 2 days 3 00 Brown Wm same 2t days 3 75 Baxter Charles same 1 day 150 Beard E L same 2 days 300I Bastin Wm A 200 feet bridgeIlumoer 1 50 Baldock Beubin team on road 5 days 7 50 Bell Jasper same 1 day 1 50 Barger Forrest same li days 225 Beeler Dr David medical at HatentionBeeler Dr David same 4 50 Bell P C team on road 3 days 4 50 Bell P C 150 feet bridge lumber 75 Bryant Lydia and sister pau pers 26 00 Bowmer W R clerk of election 2 Bell J W judge ofelection 2 00 Bensan T S sheriff election 2 64 Bransan M C judge of election 2 00 Beltan O W sheriff of election 2 95 Bailey Wm pauper 20 00 Brown J M sheriff 135 20 Bell T J jailor 13472 Beeler Dr David vaccinating paupers 2 75 Bowman Mary pauper 2s 00 Bernard W justice of peace 9 00 Beard W D same ti 00 Cundiff G A election commis sioner 80 Chilian G W keeping white paupers all43 Campbellsvilie Lumber Co lumber for pest house 360 Combust W R surveying road 7 Campbell W S team on road 4 days 6 00 4 50 feetpbridge lumber 2 10 Combest W B team oriroad2i days 37- Chilian ft P same 78 of day 1 30 Clements Jas pauper 360 1atdays 2 Cowan Robt same 1 day 150 Coulter J C same 1 day 1 50 Crocker Dock keeping pauper 15 00 Carsan C R 600 feet of bridge lumber 60- Chelf Peroy same 500 feet 5 00 Carsan 0 R team on road 1 day 50 Coulter Jiles pauper Cox Mary B pauper 20 00 00ThoCombest L M judge of election 2 00 Cox W H sheriff of election 312 Cur Rhoda pauper 3500 Cotton SYm pauper 400 Clurksao Joshua pauper 25 iCation James pauper 25 00 Dye RU waking pauper coffin 55 Dick S D team on road 31 days 525 Dunham Dr 0 medical atten Lion to pauper Dunham Dr p same 20- Dubbam Dr 0 same 300 DuDbam Dr 0 same V W2 QuDhamIr 0 5 25 3soy 450 1air50 25 Durham W J same J day 1W 2daysr 3 15 Deli E Zacksame 1 day 150 daysIkiilord 2 Dye WTsarneli days oftenJchi H 2 I1pii dlaltlu ey cIetk nlJ M I Deboard Silas team on road 2 days 300 Dye TV T deputy sheriff 160 Davenport N J judge of elec tlon 200 Deboard 7 T sheriff of election 309 Dye J C county clerk coal c for office 2400 Elliott Simon team on road 3 days 450 Elliott D G same 1 day 150 Elliott D G same li days 225 Ellis Date same 3i days 525 Geo Ewing and wife pavpers 3804 Edwards Taylor pauper 2500 Elliott Grant sheriff of else tlon 200 Elliott J J Judge Of election S 00 Earles K P clerk of election 200 EarleB Betsy pauper 3600 Elliott Wm team on road li day 225- lopd Dr D S medical often tlon to pauper 1000 Iilaaya 225 Frye Geo W judge of election 200 Floyd J H same 200 Frederick David pauper 4500- FalconberryJno team on road i day 75 Garner Dn W T medical atten tion to pauper 200 Garner Dr W T same 300 Gadberry J F team on road 7 eighth of day 130 Goode J II same 3i days 525 Gipson Felix pauper 3000 Grooms Nancy J pauper 38 00 Gadberry J F tools for public road 215 Godby W Jjudge of election 20 Garrison J W same 200 Hakins J W election commis sioner 800- Hammond Dr L F medical at ten tlon to pauper 7 50 Hagan Art team on road 1 day 1 50 gan Art same 1 day 1 00 Hadley Peter same 1 day 150 Henry Hines same 1 day 150 Hameltan John same 1 day 150 IIameltan Emery same 1 day 150 Hatter H W powder Ac for public road 75 Humphrey Geo team on road 3 days 450 Hood Dr J R Disinfecting small pox 25 00 Her ran Dr C L medical atten tion to pauper 4 00 Herran Dr C L samerHerran Dr CL same Herran Dr C L same iv Herran Dr C Lsame Herran Dr C L same 00 Herran Dr C L same 9 Herran Dr C L same 400 Herran Dr G L same 1650 Hattleld Peter pauper 29 00 Hatfield Sallie pauper 1800 Hines F II team on road li days 2 Herren C L judge of electron 200 Ilollan G W same 2po Hill Wm clerk of election 2 uo Johnson Polly pauper lu 00 Jones John team on road t day 112 Johnson Scott Io5o feet of bridge lumber 1050 Johnson Bobt team on roadlt days 21 2 Jones J D same 41 days 637 Kidd EH same 4i days 250 Kennett I Z same 3i days b Kidd EH same i day 75 King Dick 23o feet of bridge lumber 1 ro Lanham Albert team on road 1 day I 50 Lyon John same 1 day 1 Luttrcll J P same i day 1 Luttrell L G same 2 days A0 Luttrell Richard same 1 day l6Luttrell Lottie pauper 2u 00 Lay Jno P team on road 2 days LeeB ob same 3i days b 25 JLec B deputy sheriff 00 Lay Stephen pauper 00 Lay Jno P clerKof 200YLowborn Sophia paup r 4s CiOO Lyons Peter pauper 9d po Lane Nancy pauper So 00 Malone Sol teaman roadj days bo biurpllyDcrN T medical at t t toot pauper s 150 Murphy Dr W isame fO Murphy Dr WTame liarpliyDrf W Tsaaie Jlurpby Dr W Tsaiae 2 g Murphy Dr W Tf same 25 Murphy Dry W Tratooe DturPby Iii rWThante 3 rxf Murphy Jrv Tjatua Murphy Dr W T an4sr rbl nary n pf ou road dap lfo2Z5Hiner Cpawp 1 2Maftievrl Gee keF pln KpaNpe t ll o Merritt MO team on rodi 6 oo MCKiM toiBl same lditY 1 lio fj 3 Morgan Tyler same 1 day 1 5o Morgan M G same 3 days 4 5o McWhorter Chas same 1 day 150 Merritt H 0 same 3 days 4 5o Mills J D team on road 2 days 3 oo Harpies W M same 5 days 750 JJcAnicb John R same 2 days 300 Murphy Biff pauper 3000 Merritt Francis 35 oo Morgan Martha J pauperr 5ooo Mays EM pauper looo Mills N F judge of election 2 oo McAnelly J F sheriff of elec tlon 288 Murphy J S judge of election 200 Mays B F clerk of election 2 oo Marples J H judge of election 2 oo Morgan Mrs Leek pauper 4o oo Montgomery Vena pauper 2o oo Newell Caleb Team on road 3 days 4 50 Orerstreet John keeping pau 8 17 Overstreet Chas team on mad days 900 Owens Jordan and wife pau 36 00 Poppelwell Jr H team on road 1 day 150 Poppelwell J H same i day 75 Patterson W M same 1 day 1 50 Prindle Geo pau 24 00 Pelly Susan same 10 00 Pitman Jack same 30 00 Parker Ben same 40 00 Propes J F Team on road4 days 6 39 Price Sherman same I day 1 12 Purser Geo saute U days 202 Propes Joseph team on road 4J days 6 37 Peyton Stephen J PD00 Perkins Lucy pau 50 00 Recd S H team on road 3 days 4 50 Robert J B same 1 day 150 Blgney J J same 3 days 4 50 Bigney J J same 5 days 7 50 Recer W S same 3i days 5 25 nectar R S same 1 day 150 Richards T J same 3 days 4 50 Rains Harry same li days 2 Bubarte J W election house 2 50 Rigney Jasper team on road 2Wdays 3 00 Rubarts J B same 1 day 1 50 Rubarts JB 75 feet bridge timber H Rich W H team on road 4i days 6 37 Russell J H same 2 days 3 Rubarts J W sheriff of election 2 95 Rogers W F clerk same 200 Spaw W C team on road 2i 50daps 3 75 70o5 Spaw B H same 2 days 3 00 Stone Dr W S med att to pau 6 00 Si0oSoutberland Haruin same 1 50 Surber W O same 5 days 7 Stevens Ezra same 1 day 1 50 Statom W G same 4i days tL75 Sulgers Geo tame 1 day r 50 Spears Job1fame 150 Spears John same li days 2 25 Slutuu Wash NlIUC 1 day 115j Southcrluud Jus same li days 2 G3 Short Wm same 2i days 3 75 Sweeney Wm keeping colored paupers 29 Statom Charley team on road 2 days 3 00 Sanders Margaret pauper 20 00 Sanders Illley saws 36 00 Spragens W A judge atelection 2 00 Smith Sallie pauper 15 O Smith Ireoa same 2500- S wecncjr ITollie same 20 S tatdn RvW JP 900 Snow C L waD ou road 3 days 400 Steele Wallace clerk of election 2 00 Tucker BJPi Warn onroadl days 4 5o TuckerKLB saws 4 60 Tatter P C same 2i days 3 75 Barter Calvin shame l day h 50 Thomas WjHJr r same Toins AVO hpi lITucker Jas i sumo Tucker James Sooteet Bridge liiiubiir 280 Toms A C team on road If days t 12 25 lThomas Wm same 2 25 Tlnsley tiYmsauie1 day 1 Tarter amiv same 1 Thomas SA c same 2 days 3 oo 3600iaytThomas J C sheriff of same 2 95 Taylor 11IIclerk of same 2 Turpibt Jonathan and wife pau 5o oo Thomas Hear JP 9 oo Tows J J821 ft bridge lumber 8 27 Gh1rr 2 pfr saffin ajiw etd ttia op load says joo Rfil lWffOhh 11eegtioUGUm wl jvuer 8 00- WiiVu Cbrles 6751ccC bridge lumbert f i l1411it11LwitlTtOd1 tt tnlainIliad 1 J77 cf FURNITURE FURNITURE 3333333 Bedsteads Springs and Mattresses Dressers Washstands Wardrobes Kitchen Safes Extension Tables Desks Chairs and Rockers as GJ163P as flllU Polot South Of tfi6 OHIO River Come soon and get choice of assortment at Bargain Prices COLUMBIA FURNITURE CO- Up Stairs over WILLIS BROS Store U days 2 25 Wheeler J F same 2 days 3 00 Wesley Silas tools for public road 5 40 Ware Rice team on road 1 day 1 50 Wesley Epbrlan same 4 days 6 00 Wesley Geo same 6 00 Wall W G same 3 days 4 5o Watson John same 5 days 7 60 Watson John same 2 days 3 oo Wesley Geo same 3 days 4 50 Wall Walter same 1 day 1 5o Wall Baker same 1 5o Witt Sam same 2 days 3 oo Watson B N same 1 day 1 5o Williams B L pauper burial clothes 2 25 Wesley George team oh road 2 3 oo John same 3i days 525 Wesley Dr J T disinfecting small pox 3o oo Wesley Dr J T med attendance to pauper 2 5o Warren Jarlesha pauper 18 oo Wells WF team on road 2 days 3 00I Wheat J F judge of election 2 oo Wesley Perry clerk of same 2 Wolford W C sheriff of same 2 Wetbington P B judge same 2 oo Wilcher Catherine pauper 20 oo iser Amanda same 15 oo Ward Sarah same 20 oo Wall J A JP 9 00 Wells L L same 9 00I Wesley J B team on road 6 days 9 oo Wesley Dr Jas med attend ance to paupers 15 oo STATE OF COUNTY OP CASEYSct I 14 Dye Clerk of the Casey County Court do hereby certify that the foregoing is a lull aud complete list of the claims allowed by the Casey Fiscal Court at its regular October term 19oo tAttest I C Dyu CWJIIK By S WESLEY D C Almost Blind Mr D Kessing Bannock Ky says My little four year old girls eyes we rewe so weak from birth that the could not stand any light at all Was treated by several physicians without benefit My neighbors persuaded me to b Mprleys Sarsaparilla and Iron from Mr O Daiijrherty Bannock Ky Tbreebotties not only restored her sight but made her stronger and heal thier than she seer was in her life Sold by went inevery town At Severaldtie At Louisville Christmas was like Fourth of July owing to the great noise of fireworks At St LouisEverybodyseemed to celebrate here AtBoanoke VaTheElks tad 500 Poor in the Assembly ha1JoJ tSt Petersburg The peoples palace was open all day At Kansas City Five thousand poor werefed by the Salvation Army STATE ar OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO IssLUCAS COVNTY FRANK J CHENEY makes oath th atw he Is enlor partner of the firm of F CHENEY Co doing business in the CltyofXoledocounty and State afore said add that siiid firm will pay the sumbo of OlJEnUNDBED DOLLARS CAxaxbotat that cannot bo cpie by the use of ill tts CAauiili Ccilz FRANK JCllENEy Sworn to before me andvKubscrlbcd In my presence this 6th day ofDe cember AD J888 ilr AWGLEASN SEAL NbUiry 6licu w1ftfws bus been r cei ved that a torna rjo lUniUphtlVe eastern edge of TyoBUheeoounty Silstiialppland the wwitern pttriuf Pickins and bun pttr couutleK Alabatua Saturday nijfho about 9 oclock doinn great daJEaaceTto Prdpcrfy Q it lr hLf1 tjnreported d In his speech before tbe Lincoln Jeffersonian Club which is his first public utterance since his defeat for the presidencyMr Bryan sold Whether I shall ever be a candi date for office again is a question which must be determined by events No one can speak with certainty of the future For ones destiny is not known until his lifes work is complete I shall be content if it is my lot to aid in the triumph of the principles while others enjoy the honors and bear the responsibility of office The Presidency seemed desirable because it would have enabled me to Rive effective aid to certain reforms which I believe to be necessary to the public welfare but defeateven a second defeatdoes not lessen my Interest in these reforms and time may prove that my work is to advocate rather than to execute The principles for which we contended in the last campaign still live- dan we who believe in them must continue to fight for them An election does not change principles it only de termines what principles shall be fur the time being applied ClTbe believers in tariff reform did not abandon their faith when the hii h tariff doctrinn was indorsed at the polls Neither did the protectionists who their side suffered loss Tbe advocate of the gold standard continued the tight for monometallism for 25 years in spite of the platform declarations of all parties in favor of a double standard Shall we who believe in bimet- al ism loose courage because our oppo nests have profited by an increased volume of money thus admitting the economic principle for which we have been contending If we are successful in present tendances and in carrying t Government to its old foundations shall rejoice in the victory and prof it by the reforms secured I am fident that we sbal ultimately win but if they trend toward plus ocracy crjn not be checked it is still better that should be defeated in a tighten undertaking than that we should Jo hands with those who areJgnoring the inalienable rights of man 1uythan the politician the man who would rather be right than be pre dent Whatever the future may hold in store for him it can not be truth fully denied that William Jennings Bryan is tbe uncrowned leader of de mocracy Beat out of an Increase of Ills Pension A Mexican war veteran and proml nent editor writes Seeing the ad vertisement of Chamberlains Colic Uhoferavnd Diarrhoea Remedy lam reminded that as a soldier In Mexico in 47 and 981 contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this rsmedy has kept me from getting an increase in my pension for on every renewal a dose of it re stores me It is unequalled as a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleasant and take For sale by M Cravens The crse of Dr W F Clark charged with causing the Berth ni MJBB Cora Waller at stqrgia called fir trial at Dixon AVebstwr county tOr1I y UK Wirs Saved Him My wlfrxginld advice saved my lift writes F M Ross Of Winfield Tenn for I had such a bad cough 1 could hardly breathe 1 steadily grew worse doctors treatment but my wife rged we Ui use Dr Kings New DIs ry for Consumption Which tom pletely curwl me o Coughs odds BroDchilis La Grippe Pneumonia Aslhmii lay Fever and all maladies positT iauUs tlrugkVHfe r J1a WQ QiFJiil + BlacksmithsAND + WOOd orkertColumbia Ky I QtworyoU f dre BUielorI keep formemlle r me tires rIms spokes and aU kinds atbolts My prices faction are rIght and Bait guaranteed Give me a call NOl7 FurnishedAuaerfsall Plan QO P1LDay ticfs 3foUf 1MEALS523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER11gm WilfflOpllt1r PropGradyville THERE is no better place to icp Good samplehoteltable Rates stable attached reasonable Feed GORDON MONTGOMERY ttg t1 Y t1tLaw COLUMBIA KT andadJolnlacounties t drugstore DR M O SALLEE DEHTIST eSfa Careful mechanicalryandOFJICEOve Hunter Hughes Coffey COhU3iBId BiYB FRANK M BALLENQER WITH RoDIUSMflOrtODGO WHOESALE tGheKYweSHEET IRON STOVES AND nsTin Ware Manufactured BY T bUbGEO 1 S01 YnleySsiT NET PRICE LIST AIR TIGHT STOVES LengthPrice toitintDI310 Common Drum Stove in122 In 102GStove Pipes in13eElbows iDlVETINERY SURGEON tllIJogiotsIOck wjRPAURANTJAbrZs1 JEANONfThis stand is lOcated MrWe e pot and meals are rnlsbea at ifi- b uIjat 2 its rter lnea e bttt- allles the iritty 10fca ittan sittingg rcauas tor hales M TflUOAS COIlffi NEWS Published Every Wednesday BY THE Adair Bounty News So INCORPORATED CBA8 8 HARRIS iMitor Democratic newspaper devoted to the Inter eats of the city of Columbia and the people ol Adair and adjacent counties =Bntered at the Columbia Postofflce as second class mall matter SUBSCRinN RATES ONE YEAR vSIX MONTHS BTXICTIYIN ADVANCE ADVERTISING RATES Loca otices ten cents per line for first sertion andifive cents per line for each subsequent Insertion DISPLAY ADS There will be no departure from these ra Ander any circumstances WEDNESDAY JAN 9 Armour the great meat packer is dead The management of the Louisville Dispatch has been indicted in two counts for criminal libel Hon Shelby Cullom a native of Wayne county Kentucky and who has been in office in the State of Illinois for foityeight years is a candidate for reelection t the United States Senate It is stated by his friends tha Hon Lewis McQuown tho well known lawyer of Bowling Greenp will soon announce for United States Senator There are a half dozen other candidates Quay seems to the have Pennsylvania Legislature nnder his control but little doubt as to his election Mat Quays record ought to foreve- bar him from the U S Senate As it is records badas they are does not deter the G 0 P in Pennsylvania Dr VE Clark who was trie at Sturgis Kyiast week for forming a criminal operation on young lady resulting in her death was given ten years in the peniten tiary It will be remembered tha the young lady died in the opera ting chair and immediately after her death the young man who caused her ruin shot his brains out TheodoreHallam will probably be disbarred for speaking disrespectful of Kentucky courts He has been cited to appear before Judge Tarvin and show cause why he should not be bounced Hal lam would not make good fertili zer His blood has long since turned to water Let him go The last man he injured was Theodore Hallam Last Monday Hon John G Carlisle appeared before the Unit ed States Court on a very import ant Constitutional question Car los Armstrong British resident of Ponce has paid 3152065 in du ties to the military authorities on goods brought from the United States to Porto Rico Carlisle is milking an effort to get his money back W W Parish John H DeWitt W B Cox and Sylvester Breeding have been indicted in the JeiiKreoir circuit court for conspiring tin tie fraud insurance companies lie amount they wanted to secure ua 15000 all on thelife of breed ing who is out ofeinplpy ment and in bad health The other parties have been paying his pr miumR filling him with mean whisky undI placing pistols convenient for him to take his own lifewhile deranged from drink The Glasgow Times has the following fio calrdrdatefor United States Senator i If there is truth in the published statement of Hon L H Good nights candidacy foe the United States Senate then there will be such another rattling of senatorial dry bones as hasnt been heard j since the morning light dawned on the creation of an American pub lie With ability and personal jr J r magnetism second to none with a genius for organizing that turns the ashes of defeat into the crown of victory with a Presbyterian fa talism that lielipves that if he au announces us a candidate for office ho was predestinated from the be ginning of tho world to be elected with an energy that will never die until the breath leaves his body withal a splendid gentle man and a royally true man Her schel Goodnight would grace any position to which the Democratic party can promote him Without the smallest intention of playing any favorite in the senatorial race The Times can not refrain from this just tribute to a public ser theoobalance and never found wanting A special from Washington says the State Department is making a strong effort to secure an under standing among the Powers to serve as a basis for the adjustment of the question of indemnity to be paid by the Chinese Government It appears from Mr Congers re ports that it is hopeless to expect the foreign Ministers at Pekm to reach an agreement on this impor stant subject and if the problem is to be solved at all it must be re moved and the Pekin council deal with by direct diplomatic ex change as was successfully at tempted in the case of the preced ing seriousdifference between the Ministers It is believed that the bill of Germany will be by far the largest and it is a significant fact that the German Government has allowed its officers on service in China fivefold their regular salaries a rate of pay hitherto uu known in military history The Chinese however are expected too pay for this amongtker hue accused several members of his party of fixing tip a conspiracy to put Representative Dick in Forakers seat at the close of his term by a deal with the antisa loon element and the use of the Ohio Republican Committee of which Dick is chairman Foraker perrnever forget and to have succeed ed in getting Hanna to break with Dick who has been his confidential man ever since he started out Whetherd upaa against Foraker is doubtful but increasetamong publicans It has been suggested to Senator Deboe to push exGovernor Brad ley for the new Judgeship thereby eliminating him from the race for United States Senator Bradleys friends in Washington eay he would not accept the place If the Republicans should have a majority id the next Legislature Bradley will want to go the Senate Dr W G Hunter will also be a candidate The feelings be tween Bradley and Hunter are the bitterest and a stormy time may be looked for in the event the Republicans gain a majority As weI see it we do not think there will be any showing for a Republican and that the next United States Senator from Kentucky will be a Democrat There tire several important questions for Congress to consider I1lld it would be well for the en tire country to have some legisla tills done along certain line but instead of Our solons directing their energies to useful ends they are seeking to stir up sectional strife by introducing a measure intended to reduce Southern repI rHSHitati m in that august bodyI This measure however will not cause much trouble for many of the northern States hava placed ouch restrictions around the polls that they can not interfere withI any Southern States action Southern people are competent to manage their own affairs and are determined to do so Since thegreat leader of the Democratic party W J Bryan hasdecided to enter hewspaperdom to publish a weekly we feel thatI it is no disgrace but rather an honorable and useful profession The many Democratic local pub lishers who fought for Mr Bryan can now have the consolation ofI fighting with him aid Ip be asso ciatedin the same workwith the greatest man of modern times who is not to be sneezed or snig gered at Publishing and editing a true Democratic paper is an exalted station ifnot then W J Bryan has made a tremendous stride downward as it it were The citizens of Big Stone Gap Va have reorganized their Com mercial Club For several years an organization was kept up in that city and resulted in much good but it went to sleep as it were under the pressure of the panic The reorganization is the right step at the right place and at a most opportune time Big Stone Gap has natural resources and all it needs to make it the best town south of the North Pole is sufficient capital It will have that by and by There is evidently something radically wrong with the census figures throughout tho State Nearly every town is kicking and All giving the same reason for the complaint Ten years ago Eliza bethtown had a number of vacant houses with a population of 2260 Since 1890 there have been seven tyfive residences built and there is not a vacant house in the place poputsame falling off was reported from Glas gow and any number of other towns The radicals in the House who propose to cut down the represent ation from the Southern States received a sevese jolt last Thurs day when by a vote of eightyone to eightythree a strict party vote a resolution was defeated which sought to provide for an investi gation on which to base a reduc tion o f Representatives from Louisiana Mississippi South Car olina and North Carolina This setback complicated the chances of the Hopkins Reapportionment Bill but the leader still claims to be confident and predicts its passage The Mothers Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the mothers favorite It is pleasant and safe for children to take and always cures It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the best medicine made for these diseases There is not the least danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other inju rious drugs and may be given as confi dently to a babe as to an adult For sale by M Cravens Beat out of an Increase of His Pension A Mexican war veteran and promi nent editor writes Seeing the ad vertisement of Chamberlains Colic Cholera end Diarrhoea Remedy lam FairIndiarrhoea and this rsmedy has keptme from getting an increase in my pension for on every renewal a dose of it re stores me It is unequalled a quick cure for diarrhoea and is pleasant and to take For sale by M Cravens STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO i LUCAS COUNTY f ss FRANK J CHENEY makes oath that be is senior partner of the firm of F J CHENEY Co doing business 4n the City of Toledo county and Stateafore said and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of CAT mm that cannot be cured by the use of HALLS CATARKH CUK- EFRANKJ CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 iAW GLEASON I SEALN tary Public Almost Blind Mr D Kessing Bannock Ky says My little four year old girls eyes were weak from birth that she could notI Stand any light at all Was treated by several physicians without benefit My neighbors persuaded me to buy Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron from Mr O Daupherty Bannock Ky Three bottles not only restored her sight bu6made her stronger and heal thier than she ever was in her life Sold by agent in every town A Womans Weariness Womans sensitiveness makes them subject to more intense weariness than men The melancholy depression and eXhaUstion they suffer is due to slug gish action of their organs which loads the system with Impurities poisons the blood and shatters their nerves Moneys Sarsaparllla anti Iron will cleanse the system revitalize the nerves and gives Rtrenjsin arid energy Said ra jpn t fietyhewh- L r i I mm Kemp Young if NEW FIRM w tNfWGOODS ft tiINEW PRIGES ii We have purchased the stock QrifjS Staple f Fancy reveries QUEENSWflRE AND HARDWARE from WILLIS BROS and will constantly ton hand all kinds of i Fresh Groceries i Z When in need of any thing in our line give us a call I Kemp Young aw generally distressing I G 1 HAVE YEARS With painful JDenSe3 attended with sourstomach rushing blood head and occasional no lfpAtil months ncednzmgyonr0 F P 1t dome me moro than al lothers I shall use SARAH JENKINS GlenmoreGL Ifyour case Is complicated wish of rger- egarding treatment write to THE LADIES HEALTH CLUB ear L OERSTLB CO I Chattaaoo a Tenn LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 84 755 00 Light shipping 4 504 75 Best butchers 3 854 40 Fair to good butchers 3 253 75 Common to mediumbtchr 3 003 35 Boos Choice packing and butch ers 200 to 300 lbs 500 Fair to good packing 160 to 2001bsrGood to extra light 120 to 160 ftsi a SHEEF AHD LAJ Good to extra shipping Sheep v 3r753 oo to g odZLi2 502 15 toonedlum l 2 002M LORIOUSCOUNI Zt Have you watched its marvclctu growth If not The Weekly En vjuirer wants to study the has made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then everysucceeding ten years The re suit has been as follows t Year PopaUttoa Year Population 18101239881 18803t 4332t 9833822 1870 38558371 12898020 1880 50155783 17069453 1890 62S22250 1850 33191878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is Whit will be the population of the United States recent acquisitions The result is usually announced in July of the census year THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anxious to engage all in a study of their coun try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solutions received of the population of the United States Census follows fret nearest wired nw 300000 ft 150000 third 75000 thotftih 50000 25000 Tottrtrixto 20000 the MTa 15000 TottenextlOeaeh100 M iDjto t00000 next umMin 25000C next h26aaoiDib 250000 Tothenext500each101tm6Bntiiigto 500000 haoei tf630 hf5ttingto 76SOCO 2197 cash presents amounting to 2500000 of a tie money equally di vided Every guess on theabove proposi tipn must a subscription to the WEEKLYENQurRiii You can guesS as often ss you to inclose subscription Brice to tl VEEKLY This contest will closc a t1 nth h ore the result of the veil r 1i known cud ofltciahyserliicdly Ojrector of fI t Washington D C Siibscripiipn jiice for the Vrv far iirwg puss ioo a ear Tiltvcij c is gucjsfs fir Jioco jpwticularsVcc Wii rrVvlSVii Srnl ordcii to Kutjm fet Clnclnna tTk J One of the First Symptoms of Falling Health In AWoman I- sNERVOUSNESS Did you ever think that there is always a cause for this malady In women Nervous ness is the forerunner of some form of female disease such as Whites Painful Profuse or Irregular Menses etc either of which will produce Nervousness in all of its intensity Ifyou use FXPGeratles Til you will very and nil other MAaaiThis famous cians have been SUFFERED FOR of to the bad tIhavousedvariousfemaleremediesforakngtmepbutfound bont two and good MRS and you advice free 470 470 J 1820 1830 1840 as In case be iNvUlRtR e COLUMBIA 4e AND GampDellsville Stage Line GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER o Courteous Attention to PasSengers Leaves Columbia am and makes connec tion with Loalsrllle train Leaves Campbells yfUe320 p m Just after arrival of Louisville train Dally except Sunday Calls at Marcum tel promptly attended to Express at Reed Miller GEORGE LEE Prop PARSON MOSS CO- BLACKSMtTHS WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY We are prepared to dp any kind of work in outline in first class order We have beenInthe business for 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low f and terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co Healthy others Few mothers are healthy because their duties are so exacting The anxiety of pregnancy the shock of childbirth red carr of young children are severe trials on any woman But with of Cardul within her every mother vuy woman the landu sheowesrobust health with Jilts privileges and pleasures of Cardui Will give It to you NtICAIIDIJ1 strengthens the female organs and invig orates functions For every female or weakness It the best medicine made Ask your druggist for 100 bottle of Cardut and take no substitute uadera y cIrcamstaBces Mil ciormuMkhI Whey t uiac in stir bwak the hone Twoweeb inked hulcnd pros loan mdhadbrmehioGnabDdabeeaaaelhdes soaaa toting vrtssuacj IiX ba tpd t1ab enlr bourI ridIbase f crtJI iwFOe a Met lno 1Dshe the JJtallOOla fJ l7aftaxoa Tem twoiiDrMUDROOratITb 1 USSEItLt SPfVfOS fOTE V co KIMBLE KY e is now open for the traveling puuiic the year round t is a largecommodious build Ing as the picture flates and Is run firstclass in every particular otoo VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro The Second Sesslon OF THE TALE FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL WILL COnIENCE Tuesday January 1st 1901 and Closes May 17th e Teachers Experienced and- Satisfaction s Guaranteed Do not put off entering till late in the spring but be ready the first day Board and tuition reasonable Send for catalogue A H BALLARD Piin Columbia Ky eeee Sreensbura Bcabemy eee Breensburg 1kg o jacultQ o GEO W PECK 3 S Principal Charge of Teachers Course Arithmetic Algebra and Science REV THEODORE HUNTER D D Latin Greek German General History and RhetorIc PROF EUGENE HUBBARD ifHistory Arithmetic Physiology and Geography MRS GEO W PECK Primary MISS PEAItf JONES Piano and Organ gradesIncludedreasonable Good board in private families from 8200 to 3300 per week Building roomy convenient and comfortable Fine piano and organ in the building Write for catalogue Address all communications tb ceo w PECK r GREENSBURC KY IEGE TVIIltltER WHO ESAL MAXUFACTTJUERS OF SflDDliES flatness and Strap W0rk 172 Fourth Avenue Represented by JO jfIIiLt IlOUISStIIsItE 1Y Gradyville J1ic1 Se90ol GRADYVILLEKY = 4I1IIt tJo11f4w FltOWE S Pidncipal L ftIISS LtUJiA AI1ltEfl assistant Spring Term Opens Januarp 7 continues 5 Months Thorough courses of study will be given in common and high school branches of study Special nttentiiji given teachers preparing for examinations Tuition Reasonable Excellent board can be hud in the best of families at1150 per week or from Monday to jru1ty Addre JOHN W FLOWERS Grflmvlile K ntucly 3T SD HURST Independent Tobacco Warehouse BLACKJJ5Y r HIIBST CO 4UCTIOJ 3ALE S DAILY REURRNS PROMPTLY AlADR 1 19 to 1125W Main SL LOULSVI LEXY Fcu Mouths Fn So age f JVJark YoulUuls 6NIJ PBND WJ OU n JafDUCKiltR ireideal n MI ItUCKNBR President JUJJUCKNEt JB IISccyandTeM I BGkIl fT baGGowrarBhOU8 Z 1NCORPORXTEft 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKET D2i622DTENTH S- TLOUIsSLILL KY SPECIAL tTTeN7ION CUlENPFiHU tTES1tLGS r louts MNTUS t nuts Szui talc oii IndePendentHouse if Iatksour 8u1 O RIOShli- hr1 1 a 111i PERSONAL MENTION Mr S R Elllnft of Ant tnrliiril was In town Monthly Mr S A nurdesty Lebanon spent last Sunday In Columbia Coliumbia Monday Mr J D Sharp Amandavllle was MondayIMr W L Brockman Inroad came to the city the first of the week Mr Tyler Marshall Campbellsvllle has been in Columbia several days Mr F P Dohoney Milltown here County Court Mr John Riall Cane Valley called on us Monday and left a dollar Mr EG Atkins returned from Lou Isvlll last Friday Mr T J Epperson Montpelier was in town Monday Miss Florence Hall this city Is vis iting friends In Burksville Mr J T Barbee this city Is visit ing in Elizabethtown Mr W J Winfrey who lives near Dunnville is still a very sick man Mrs R C Neal and George Rubarts Dunnville were in Columbia Monday Hon Geo Nell who has been quite sick for several weeks is improving Miss Lora West is visitingher broth er Mr T J West Campbellsvllle Mr Eugene Montgomery and family residetMiss Corine Jones Jamestown enter ed the M and F High School last Mon day Miss Mamie Baker who has been visiting in Montlcello returned home last week iMrJH Stone Jamestown who has at Battle Creek Mich for several weeks has returned hone Mr J II Pelly and Mr E L Feese Pellyton were in Columbia the first of the week Messrs H C Walker WM Wil more W L Grady Luther Wiluiore b Gradyville were here Monday SallieMontgomeryhas been suff erlng for several days and nights with a felon on her finger Mr Jo Russell and wife Louisville who spent the holidays In Columbia returned to the city Saturday m Mr Leslie Allen and Mr F M Robertson left for Cherry Business College Bowling Green last Saturday Mr VW Kirtley and daughterMlss wMyftle of Mac Taylor Co visited the family of Wm F Jeffries last week Miss Leona McClister left for Nasb ville this Tuesday morning to visit relatives She will be gone one month Mr George Epperson has accepted a position with W E Caldwell Co Louis ville as shorthand and type writer He left last Friday Mr J F Conover left last Wednes day for Rocklane Ind on a visit to that section He will probably be gonet 1t1sixor eight weeks Miss Minnie Kemp who has been teaching at Bradfordsville will notre turn but will remain at home the remainder of the winter She was very much liked at Bradfordsville Mr Azure Damron wife and child left Columbia last Monday morning for WakendaMo where theyexpect to reside Mr Damron was born and reared on Green river Adair county and is wellknown to all the citizens of this place He is a farmer and trader and his social disposition will soon make him many friends at his new home We trust that he will be suc cessful in all his undertakings LOCAL JOTTINGS Circuit court Monday week Mr JB Watson killed a mad dog SundayfThe Twicfraweek CourierJournal and Adair County News 150 per year The week of prayer commenced Sun day nlghtand will continue on through the week All parties indebted toWni FJett fries S Son are requested to come and settle at once 2t Dont forget that The Commercial Club will meetJn the office of J RI Hindman Monday night January 14th The Christmas dinner extended Into the 20tb Century but its now every day living just as it was in the win ter of 1990 1Whenyou visit Louisville stopat the New Phoenix Hotel Firstclass fare and well located corner ofjthand Market Streets J ly All prices on every thing in my store will be reduced especially on clothing wraps jackets and under wear Come and see 26 W L WALKER The followijlg gentlemen comprise f the Municipal board for 1901 Rollln Hurt J W Richards Scott Nontgoin cry S D Barbee W A OfftFi 7t A protracted meeting p sfAtthe Presbyterian church nexX t g Anight RevShive who itttuassistth pastor Is an entertaining ana zealous Vfiiieaken TMe merchants fnCpIuinblabavoirj y Iced their stock ojTjioods and Una that they bavepl and to Sdtferare hargaI1J5ire ready tblil taltlf Wan u j1f t rt- riOl Communion service at the Pre b te Ian church Sunday uiorjtilng flJ BRusKell R finny Plum Point are buying bogs They have eighty on hand Winston Rogers who stabbed F P Dpboney several weeks ago was given an examining trial recently and held accounts on our books were due January 1 1901 Please come in and settle and save the necessity of a dun RUSSELL MURRELL Mr W L Walker bought a small farm from Eugene Montgomery last week for which he paid 927500 It is situated 2 miles from Columbia on DIs- appointment creek All persons having books belonging to The Parmelee Library are requested to bring them in at once The shipment is being delayed by persons keeping books out Several farmers have told us that they have more fly than wheat The truth is wheat has been a flying and we fear that biscuits will be nightly raised in a few more fleeting months All notes and accounts owing me are now due and must be settled at once It you dp not want statement sent you please call once and settle 2t W L WALKER Kemp S Young advertises their bus Inessintodays Ne sThey are popular and deserving young men and guarantee to sell groceries aschcap as any store in Columbia The CourierJournal has raised the price of its weekly to 100 per year By special arrangement The Adair County News and the CourierJournal will be furnished for 8150 per year The citizens of the ClearSpring Pub licSchtKil district have decided to build a new schoolhouse They propose to push this matter at once It will be built according to law Contractors take notice Mr C T Triplett is badly bruised and cut in the face the resultof arunj away His horse flew the track as it were and the buggy and harness now need repairs Mr Triplet will be all right in a few days Mrs Mary Harveys school was to have opened at Cane Valley last Mon day but on account of the prevalence of measles she will not begin until theI first Monday In February Six new cases last Sunday Terry and Pedigo of Barren county were in Columbia Monday They bought of Coffey Bros one mare at 9100 and one horse at 990 They also bought one mare from A Hunn for 8100 and a horse from Jo Tucker at 965 We now have club rates with The Commoner published by Wm J Bray an in Lincoln Neb We can furnish it to our subscribers who are not in arrears with us for only 75 cents per The first issue will appear in his month Miss Mary Harris Morristown Tenn who is visiting her brother Mr C S Harris entertained a party of young people last Monday evening Music and social games were in evidence and all report a very pleasant time Miss Mabel Wolford entertained quite a number of young people last Monday evening Those Who attend ed speak of their enjoyment in glow ing terms The music was very delightful and the games afforded much amusement Mrs Kizzie Murrell entertained quite a number of her lady friends Tuesday evening of last week at the residence of Mrs Nannie White It was a delightful gathering of friends who are perfuse in their commenda tion of the enjoyable event and the elegant luncheon spread Eld Lawrence Williams left this county last Wednesday for Still Water Okla Mr Williams Is atalented young minister devoted to his profession and we expect hlmto rise to the front ranks of the ministry He has a bright future and we trust that his new home will be congenial in every particular There was a boiler explosion at Mr Jo Thomas sawmill one day last week It is said that a portion of the machinery was carried several hundred yards but no one was seriously hurt One manwas slightly in iu redabou t thefdce Asawrnill iSlike tqe foot adz at times a dangerous tool to fool with rattle yarn Aylme the twoyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Short Moore died the first day of January She bad been sick for five wepks and hjer JJi had been for several days She is Infinitely better off than to have remained in this world but it Is hard for parentsto drive away grief If your neighbor dont take the News ask him to do so or If you have a relative or friend in the West send IP bls name and address and we will mall him a sample copy We intend to make theNews a better paper and its circulation mustlncrease Dont read thlsland argot The Farmers Home Fire Insurance Ky200Og0estrong Insures all kinds of property except steam mills uempuud tobacco Rates reasonable Insures against Fire LightmogaodWind Z DL STAPLES County Director IIj t 0 Quite a number of the Misses of Columbia who will make their debut next rear spent a very delightful Christmas They met each evening and entertained a s gracefully as queens Brides Miss Alice Walkers reception Miss Lina RosenHeld open ed her parlors to her numerous friends affording the lilliputians an opportunity of spending some happy hours at her home Misses Fannie Jones Katie Murrell Nina Marcum Carrie Bright Flowers all entertained at supper and a happier week for the younger set was never spent in Columbia Miss Lina Rosenfields entertainment like Miss Walkers deserves more than a pass ing notice There were about twenty five couples present handsomely attired and were just as sweet as they looked The luncheon consisted of coffee and meats ices cakes etc The company remained until 1030 and upon taking leave of their young asso ciate expressed themselves as having been most delightfully entertained While in Louisville last week a representative of the News was conducted ed through the large manufacturing establishment of Frank A Menne represented in this section by Mr Geo R Miller one of the most popular salesmen in Kentucky This is the largest candy manufacturing establish ment in this State and is surpassed by only two others in the United States Mr Menne has three hundred and twentyfive employes in the different departments and it is a sight worth seeing when they are all at work Just think of it Three hundred and twen tyfive men making and selling candy daily from the rising of the sun to the setting thereof The establishment covers twelve or fif ten States and fre quently with the large force employed orders can not be filled so fastly do they arrive This manufactory is an honor to the proprietor and one of the prides of Louisville One of the most delightful events at at the close of the holidays was the entertainment given by Mrs Rollin Hurt to a number of her lady friends Her home was beautifully decorated and upon the arrival of the guests it was found that each lady was dressed in white presenting a lovely and in viting picture The luncheon was de- lIghtful and the music charm ing Mrs Hurt is perfectly at home when enter taining friends and her friends are decidedly at home while spending a few honrs at her hospitable residence A letter from Mr Lilburn Phelps a representative citizen of Russell coun ty states that a meeting will be held in Jamestown on the 14th inst for the purpose of agitating the building of a pike from Columbia to Cumberland river He states that the people of Russell county are interested and that the project will be a go so far as they are concerned He wants to know what steps the Commercial Club here will take This is a matter the people of Adair county should push to afin Ish and doubtless propositions will be submitted at an early date Up to date there are 17 boarders attending the M F High School sev eral of them coming from Russell county This is a fine showing and a guarantee that Prof Ballard is a pop ular teacher as a large percent of those who came from a distance have gone to school to him in years gone by Everything Indicates that thisis to be the most prosperous session the insti tution has known for many years If your education is not complete and you want to enter a good school the doors are open Paid list W B Rowe Frank Sin clair Reed Miller G G Morrison P L Tyler W I Ingram Geo Lee S BConover Eld Lawrence Will iams Miss Myrty Kertley J II Rey nold J H Holladay J T Gbwdy W F Rowe W E Lester FP Dohon ey Jasper Doss John Rialh John F Rial L R Wade Allen J Corneal R C Neal N B East A S Stapletonl Mrs J Me Scott R L Caldwell J E Burton John Willis S J East J V Willis J S Royse Eugene Montgom cry Art Bradshaw The Patterson Hotel Jamestown was ablaze last Friday evening the occasion being a reception given by Miss Ethel the accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs J B Patterson The building was brilliantly Illuminitated and artistically decor adv a highly commended for ftsfoveUness- All the young ladles and gentlemen of Jamestown and vicinity were guests and it was an evening of pleasure long to be remembered It is said thesup per was mot affair ever given in Jamestown We understand that Mr FlIl Fra zer and family the children of Judge John R Sampson and Mrs Mary Cravens who have gen living In Middjesborougb will return fo Co lumbia in a few days and Will occupy the residence owned by Mr M H Marcum on Burksville street Tbey will be given a hearty welcome Judge Sampson we are told will locate at Williamsburgrand will tie In Columbia as often as his business will admit By reference U another column it will be seen that the Bank of Colum bia is In a heajty Condition This stitution Is under splendid manage ment and the cleric force are accu rate business pet very courteous to those who transact monetary affairs over theircoUuter The M F IlghJ3 booljuudertbe management ofProf A H Ballard opened with twentynew pupils last Monday The school UJn aflourish IngjdiUwo and the ufembenihlp will reach one h tie ypatyitVakralitfivW3yteodar r Notice We desire a prompt settlement with all who owe us notes or accounts Respt Willis Bros Eld Z T Williams of Montpelier has accepted the call of the Christian church in this town as pastor for the present year Mr Williams is a man of fine ability and his earnestness and zeal for the cause of Christianity dears him to the people irrespective of denominational proclivities Besides the sales reported in another item Terry Pedigo bought a sorrel marc from Geo Todd for 8110 Geo Todd bought a saddle horse from Ar thur Taylor for 100 J D Todd pur chased one mare mule from Lewis Wilkerson for 8750 W H Hudson purchased carload of hogs from va rious parties at 4 cents Mr George Coffeys bay gelding while hitched to a buggy slipped the bridle at Mr W H Gills the other day and Set the earth a fire from start to fin ish arriving at Wilsons mill In a hurry The buggy did not upturn until the mill was reached butwas then wrecked in shortorder The horse was unhurt All persons who subscribed money to be applied to the building of the Plum Point Bridge are requested to make payment to J B Russell at once The bondsmen are paying interest on money and if the amounts subscribed are not handed in at an early day the business will be placed in the hands of an officer Two colored men named Vaughan were before Judge Butler last week charged with breaking into E Rice and Co and Bob Wilsons stores Cane Val ley and stealing a lot of goods One of the darkies confessed and the other one went into trial resulting in both be ing held over The cases will go to the grand Jury Monday week The Buckner Tobacco House Louis ville has been established for years and it is doing a fine business Farm ers could not ship their tobacco to a better house Four months storage free If you want quick returns mark your hogsheads Buckner House Louisville Ky For further particu lars see card in todays News Farmers who will ship tobacco to Louisville should remember that the Independent House is one of the best The firm comprises strictly business men who use their best energies In securing the highest prices for tobacco consigned to them Four months storage free See their card published in this weeks papsr Mr G A Dohoney who was born and reared near Columbia is a candidate to represent Washington County in the next Legislature Mr Dohoney is a Demociat who was never known to flicker and being quite popular in the county of his adoption it is said he is almost sure to be nominated The following persons were elected officers of Glensfork Lodge No 528 on the 27th day of December Dr S W Strange Master J A Turner Sr Warden W L Taylor Jr Warden Matthew Taylor Secretary WPhelps Treasurer W Lf Brockman Senior Deacon Jo Dudley Junior Deacon L A Fletcher Tyler j G R Abrell Chaplain Under the Mayorality of A G Todd and the present town council the town of Columbia has a neat little lash bal ante in its favor Up to January 1st 1901 Columbia was ahead of the hounds 45026 with 24300 of taxes to be collected Assuming that this will all be paid Columbia would be out of trouble with 68428 to its credit Now is the time to have a few lights on the streets Dont you see Judge J W Butler informed us that he gathered 608 barrels of corn from 60 acres Mr Butlerhasa valuable and desirable farm but Mr S H Mitchell claims that the Judge is not the only man in this county whohascurklebur land We understand that Mr Mitch ell is annoyed a great deal picking cur cleburs off himself every time he visits bis farm Mr Miller Stapleton son of Mr A S Stapleton who resides on Green river was married last Friday to Miss Mary Bryant who was making her home at Mr J Co Dunbars Mr Stapleton is a young farmer who has many friends in the neighborhood In which he lives and his wife is a very worthy young woman The News extends Its nest wishes to the young couple IJr Crecfl Haskins the w liknown boot and shoe snlesmatl1S now with Kabn Martin ail old established house of Louisville He bas been given his old territory and will be through this part of the State In a few days with a full line of samples Mr Haskins has been in the shoe business formore than a quart rot a century and is satisfied that be Is with afirstr class house one that will give perfect satisfaction Mr B Rlpney whose home was near Neatsburg on Green River died last Thursday and the body was conveyed to Pulaskl county for burial on the fol lowing daj Mr Rlgney was a good citizen progressive farmer and a Triad who will be pissed in this county TfteeauWof his death was consumption and it seemed 19 get injts fearful workin a short while as be was only sick 5 weeks lie was 53 years old and apparently enjoyed fair health His lfdi dfeTaral tnt ago btlft h chi iIIitbea M J Notice We thank all our friends and customers for their liberal patronage In in the past and trust you will not for get our successors Kemp Youurf who will continue the business at same old stand Wishing all good luck we are Resp t yours WILLIS BROS Mr W L Dowell a prominent young man of Jamestown will be mar this Wednesday evening to Miss Ola Baugb who is alsu a resident of the capital of Russell The Intend ed bride is a sister of Eld Arthur Baugh and is one of the best young ladies of Jamestown Mr Dowell is a very deserving young man and his nu merous friends extend their best wishes for future happiness In another column the advertisement of the Columbia and Campbells ville Stage Line will be seen For many years the stage between this town and Campbellsvllle has conveyed passengers and at no other time has it been better equipped than It is now In the past it has been in good hands but Mr George Lee the present proprietor takes special Interest in the comfort of those Who take passage on the stage Adams Fistula Salve manufactured and guaranteed by L W Adams Co of Paints Lick Ky to be a sure cure for Fistula Pole Evil Sweeney Scratches Saddle Bolls Enlargement Greasy Heel Distemper Big Jaw etc Sold by CAMPBELL BROS Pellyton Ky War F JEFFRIES SON Colum bia Ky J P MILLER C SONS Crocus Ky MEADOW CREEK As I have never seen a letter from our part of the county permit me to indite a few items for the vacant cor ner of your paper- TheNews Is a frequent vlsi tor at our home and without it would be as a lost sheep in the wilderness Wheat looks exceedingly well in our has passed and gone leav lug the young people with gleeful hearts and thoughts that will linger in their memory many years Miss Edrington of Campbellsvllle spent the holidays with relatives in this neighborhood Miss Nannie Speer who hasbeen confined to her room for some time is improvingslowly Miss Nannie is vine of our leading society girls and is miss ed very much among the young folks Miss VIrgie Reed of Campbellsville spent this week with parents Mr Will Rice who has been very ill at his home for the past six weeks we are glad to say is improving very fast and he will soon be seen out on the grassy plains of health again Mr Waller Blakeman of Thurlow has removed his family in our midst where he will reside the coming year Emmet Bailee and Estey Hayse re turned from a flying trip to Lebanon Rogers returned to her home in Campbellsville Friday after a weeks visit to friends and relations in this vicinity accompanied by L W Hayse A few of our young folks attended the social at the residence of Mr Lin sey Childers Wednesday night Rev Taber will fill his regular liP pointment at Roucbvillc Sunday He is an able minister and every body should turn out Sunday and give htm a large crowd for the new year High watery will prevent some of our folks from hearing the able discourse to be delivered by Rev Walton at Eb eneezer Sunday A crowd of young peoplegatbered at the home of Mr and Mrs Mantz Wed nesdaynight and spent several hours of enjoyment which will long reign in their memory Mr and Mrs Nantz are ever readyto accommodate the young In their social games The candy pulling held at the home of John Gaines was largely attended AH report a jolly time in spite of the breaking of window panes and we are under many obligations to Mr and Mrs Gaines for the hospitality ren dered IIultSpeer passed through the pearly gates of that solemn city matrimony Rev Wells officiating Willie is one of Adair county best lineage having re sided in Taylor for several years previous to his marriage He is known throughout the county as a noble so berininded hqy This lw been a long Sundayyears but true at the end Miss Lillie Is one stTaylor countys fairest belles and daughter of Mr Bill Speer May they live a ioug and prosperous life god the tie never be broken CREELSBQRO Since New Year trade has been ratherdull1The are making ther regular trips again Uncle Billie Hudson iscollectlng hogs at this place for the next boat Prof Scheldler is visiting bisJaugh ter MrsL H Bustert WB Self and wife are again clti zeus of Old CreesbirO 5 lira F M FlaltisccmduetlnR a wrl ting KclRiol in E itkbimMj Bottom AlClallJst night at Hr A M JackBaaaslu honoTof MlarEula Du a11 ut1kor Ciossrords e- r Joo l people btlng entertained by Mr and Mrs Perkins In their usual pleasan manner Elder Z T Williams will preach for us once each month during the com ing year His first appointment is for he3rd Sundiy in this month Mr Alfred Armstrong who spent Xmas and New Year at Jamestown reports a pleasant trip Mr Silar Denny is attending the writing school in Rockbousc There Is considerable talk of W T Vigle and W B Self uiakiug a land tradeB Buster has collected 75 or 80 head of hogs In the last few days Prof Silas Sullivan will teach a subscription school here this winter The Steamer B Dunbar passed up last night Mr Hiram Campbell has returned from Garrard County Mr George W Bledsoe was In town Goebel Clayton has a light attack of cold John Campbell Is attending the wri ting school in Wells Bottom conducted by Prof Bob Flatt QRADYVILLE Mr W C Yates is on the sick listQuite a number from here attended court at Columbia Monday Mr and Mrs S D Caldwell were visiting here last Saturday D A Grady killed the largest red fox of the season last weekat the first shot Mr Willie Hindman was the successful shot during the past two months He killed 50 birds out of one hundredshots Miss Emma Browning will take charge of the music department in the school at this place Wilmore Moss are taking an inventory of their stock of goods Smith Nell sold last week to Durham Bros of Campbellvillea car load of fat hogs at 4 cts Mr J DWalker and son made a trip to Breeding last week and bought a nice bunch of cattle from James Patterson Mr Will Hill representing W B Belknap Co called on our merchants last week and did a good businessMrs Wilmore and son were visiting relatives at Cray Craft last Saturday night Prof W H McCaffrey will teach this Winter at Mt Pleasant we understand that he has a large school and we recommend him as one of our best teachers Messrs J W and Robt Walker two of our popular young men will leave in a few days for the Lone Star State to make their future home Mr Frank Dohoney and wife of Milltown were visiting the family of Mr R L Caldwell last week Messrs Hughes Coffey of Columbia were here last week Smith Nell sold to J P Do steersatMr Jo Thomas was here last sheepofRev Saudidge preached an in teresting sermon to a large congre gation at Union last Sunday Prof P C McCaffrey will leave in a few days for Cumberland county to teach a class in music several weeks OLENSFORK Tho school opened here last Mon day with good attendance Miss Flowers who has been visiting her sister Mrs J A John son returned home Friday Misses Pinkie Jeffries and Lena Powellof Joppa and Minnie White of Neatsburg are attending school at this place J B Rippoy n representative of the J R Florida book concern of Nashville was here last Friday John Couinton generally known as Paddy was found dead in bedat m J W Marshalls Sun day morning He was an old sol dier and had been afflicted for many ypars with heart disease He was never married and had made his hjjue with Mr Marshall for many pears- Hncklens Arnica Salve Hasworldwlde fame for marvelous cures 6 surpasses any other salveI lotion lnti ent or balm for Corns Bums Boils Sores Felons Ul cers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Hands Skin Eruptions In tuaratitetllc I c QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE BANK OF COLUMBIA AT THE CLOSE OPB VSINESS ON TBS filet D4V OF DEC 1900 RESOURCES Loans and discounts less loans to Directors U Loans to Directors officers OJLoansOverdrafts secured in 38DueDue from State Banks and 2231107DankiDjt Mortgagesx07621 OSpecle31OthersoExpensesDue Fromiuaurance Comp 87 t 189m LIABILITIES 00SurpluswhichInterest 15211863 Due Banks342Fund to pay expense last quarter53137 fU9993 STATE OF KENTUCKY of ADAIRS8 Columbadulyswornrespects a true statement of the condition of 3Is1dayedge and belief and further says that the busi ness of said bank has been transacted at the lo cation named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in compliance with an otStatedesignatlagas the day oil which such report shall be made Jo Cory Cashier GAUKBTrDirector W W Director R P Director SoCofleyCCommission nONTPELIER Christmas is gone butleft many pleasant memories Mr Lafayette Higgenbottom of Creelsborq was visiting rela tives here during the holidays Mr Flavy Conovet is visiting relatives in Indiana There was quite an interesting singing at Pleasant Hill last Sun day afternoon conducted by R 0 Sanders is on the sick list Misses Sallie and Lena Wil liams have returned to the Glas gow school Several young ladies from this place will enter the M F High Schoolsoon Bid Lawrence Williams left for Stillwater Oklahoma last week Mr Joe Williams is now walk ing with the aid of a crutch from the effects of too much hunting ChristmasMr E Bradshaw opened school at Pellyton the 8th Miss Stella Jones who has been confined to her room for quite a while is now able to be out PELLYTON Robt Carson Phil was here SaturdayMr T Jones and wife return ed from Columbia last week Mrs J C Feese and son Guy were visiting here last week N T Jones was in Columbia MondayMr Pelley is in Columbia John Maupin sold two mules to Van Dunbar last week Price not known Ef L Feese was in Columbia and Cane Valley the first of the week Miss Fannie Jones wasvisiting in Columbia last week Rev Prather will begin a pro tracted meeting at this place Mon day night January 14th Old People Made Young J C Sherman the veteran editor of the Vermontville Mich Echo has discovered the remarkable secret of keeping old people young For years he has avoided Nervousness Sleeplessness Indigestion Heart trouble Constipation and Rheumatism by using Electric Bitters and he writes It cant be praised too highly It gent stimulates the kidneys tones tLtt toraacb aids digestion and gives a splendid appetite It has worked wonder fur my wife and me Its a mar velous remedy for old peoples complaints Only BOc at T E IPaulli drug store Made Young Asuif One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each night for two weaksjias jmt mi n my teens again wdtes P HTur ner of Dempseytown Pa theyre the best In the world for Liver Stoma Nevergripe tJ 4 Missionary n1ventJon The missionary nid Siiinlay School meeting hxM lilt Milituvvii Baptist Church Deo 29tfO was called to order by EUl T M Greeu and organized by electing Bro E W Barnett Moderator and E H Henderson Secy The do yotional exerciso was led by W B Cave after which the program was taken up in regular order 1stTas discussed by T M Green W B Cave and W S Dud geon2nd By E H Henderson W B Cave and T M Green 3rd Bro G T Rogers who was invited to sit with the body led the discussion saying lots of good things4th Handled by EldsBarnett Green and Dudgeon in a very nice and pointed way The convention was then adjourned by E W Bar nett until 630 p m at which time the meeting was called to order by T M Green Bro Barnett having left us and Bro R W Shirley was made Moderator 5th The regular program was discussed by Bros Green and Cave Bro Cave preaching a short ser mon after which we had a testi monial service on which many witnesses for Christ stood up The Sunday service was made short by the rain yet it was a good one Bro Green delivered an ex cellent sermon to the small audience at the close of which he took a collection and gathered a nice little sum The meeting then ad journed to meet at Plum point on Saturday before the 5thSunday in March 1901 R W Shirley Moderator E H Henderson Secy GENERAL NEWS The native hen of New Zealand is an expert ratkiller The animal that first succumbs to extreme cold is the horse Huntingtons population accord ing to the late census is 11923 which puts her second in the rank of cities in West Virginia The contractor who built the City Hall at Denver is now selling cigars and tobacco at a stand in the corridor of that building The statistician of the Depart ment of Agriculture gives 10100 000 bales as the probable cotton production of the United States for 190001 During the last fiscal year 28 206 Canadians camo to us to be oome citizens This may prove the better way of nunextng thedo minion The Prohibitionists have alrea ly started their campaign for 1994 nd claim to kayo accumulated al rjady 7000 for the new expense Ind President McKinley is an invet rate smoker While he was in Congress for fourteen years he has n record of having bought 37000 gars of one brand Girls are npt employed at the lephone switchboards at Cairo jypt Men are used and are re quired to understand English rend Italian Greek and Arabic It is supposed that the average ilopth of the sand in the deserts of Africa is from thirty to forty feat New Zealand propises to send a letter to any part of the world in luded in the postal union fort ents The theoryis that increas d business will eventually make the system HBlf uf i rtinp The gunboat Urtici fi has kal ordered to Aiwadsv in thy United Status of Colombo IHh a view to the rstubliebnl tit fno American navalstation there A similar station may be established on the Pacific side and also one in Peru f The drying of tiinhqr which for merly required loiig Storage is now completed by elt ctrititjin u few hours The proposition for thercoi struction ofa fiuttiig muoliiue shop for the use of the squadrons in various parts of the worlRis re ceiving earnest attention 9 t r Thejrnternatjonal Exposition oi 1901atGlusgSi Srtleildhoc eli gag lbiIst11p Iii band t llay t t xFrfour fGJI 0 r Tborows 11 rju J c Stilt JlgaUiety it 4 Y 25000tiathtg li1JPfJ tthat thy utitltoir Iifi iiII IagalDi 2 r r IHorAS jAthat uk1 tht rbllriin u 24ti r nvioth Cbitft Iii mesa ion ouV evaruutr netwNH k SheWhy oh why did I ever marry you HeBecauaelwasagoodthing She You are becoming positively coarse He=Association SheYou pa y no attention whatever to my little wishes HeWhats the use of chasing a car after youve caught it- SheI believe you have been drinking again HeNo such luck SheIm in rags HeWellwell do a sketch Som 1 SheI havent been to the the ater for two weeksJ HeYours is a sad story SheBrute HeOurs is a peace home SheAre you going down town tonight nIflean swing you for car fareSheI hajjj only 3 in my purse He Hetty Green SheIsaw a pair of high heel patent leathers today reduced to 8 that I must have and shall have HeDje see any mens brogans for 180- SheWhy dont you get shaved HeWaiting for pay day She Dont you know the rent and the gas bill will be due this pay dayIHe Then Ill cut out the shave SheI wish I had never left mamma so I do HeOther others SheI have a good notion to go right back to her this minute HeHave you got an umbrella SheOh yobyougggovern ment coclerk Tears Curtain Washington Post Old People Made Young J C Sherman the veteran editor of the Vermontville Mich Echo has discovered the remarkable secret of keeping old people young For years be has avoided Nervousness Sleepless ness Indigestion Heart trouble Constipation and Rheumatism by using Electric Hitters and he writes It cant be praised too highly 11 gently stimulates the kidneys tones the stomach aids digestion and gives a splendid appetite It has worked wonders for my wife and me Its a marvelous remedy fur old peoples com plaints Only 50c at T E Paulls drug store Youthful Lovers Miss Mellie M Lester and Jessie L Mcluteer are the names ofn Hart county Kentucky couple who barely escaped the nuptial knot at New Albany Christmas day The couple came to New Al bany and stopped at the St Charles Hotel announcing the fact that they Bad come to get married The Rev Dr J W Clokey pastor of the First Presbyterian Church was sent for and a messenger was sent to look for County Clerk Scott who had closed his office for the Christmas holiday The minister arrived in due time and after the C u t Ciak atIi pu ir tjih t il f II 111111- 11ioeI dl 1oJlIJttr Ie prk t Iqulr ti a d VTI uijj lIlL Iti vUig nmn wiio was Hvidtrntly hut posted an the Indiana law regard ing the legal marriageable age promptly replied Twenty Years No hastily interrupted man who had accompanied couple you are twenty one 1Yea twen niiuqiiittkly replied tb yoitth But it was too iute C nosy Clerk Scott hud decided that he wuld not deliver themarnugf licence mi ils there was an affidavit to the fonng mans age and so informed the wedding party The man who liicconipamed the pair declined to makethe required affidavit and the wadding was for thwjimt declared oil =Iiiivii DftpMiulf t r klitft t tlf- l fV y lurtI tle tlrtI filt clIIptalrnracC IIehl- ii ufrzhtctko i1iI tlie YNIu tale fdrm stud H 1 Barrett Howl pf Oynthiana who cut hif arteries in a suicidal nttUlt nt Oinsio KticHotd yes tor day The bnrialicoured in Hutrif soil cCiuntlj rodsy ATVoiuanf Weariness Womans sensitiveness makes them subject to more intense weariness than men The melancholy depression sad exhaustion they suffer is due to slug gish action of their organs which loads the system with impurities poisons the blood and Batters their servos Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron will cleanse the system revitalise the nerves and gives strength and energy Sold by agent in every town Jessie Livinghhd aged eighteen was drowned near Farmers Ky Thr lody was recovered A Prominent Chicago Woman Speaks Prot flora Tyler of Chicago Vice President Illinois Womans Alliance in speaking of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says I suffered with a vere cold this winter which threatened- to run into pneumonia I tried differ ent remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the medicine upset my stomach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy and I found it was pleasant to take and it re lieved me at once I am now entirely recovered saved a doctors bill time and suffering and I will never be with out thissplendid medicine again For sale by M Cravens The Hon John W Yerkes loft Danville today for Washington to enter actively upon his duties as Commissioner of Internal Revenue Any cough is serious enough to war rant prompt attention It is what it may resnlt in that makes a cough dangerous For all and stubborn coughs for grippe lung fever bronchitis asthma and other throat and lung af fections you can find no other remedy so agreeable and harmless or so promptly effective as Morleys Honey Pectoral Price 25 cents Ask your druggist Owing to the increasing demand the old time activity in the mule market has been revived in Central Kentucky Republicans of the Eighth district are still squabbling over the Collectorship A bold gang of counterfeiters is operating at Johnston City Tenn The smallpox situation near Cave City in Barren omnty ht givin the authorities 3 ane wnrry tb ugh all prcouutionci are byiug tr ken Bnckloiis Arnica Salvo Has worldwide fame for marvelous cures it surpasses any other salve lotion ointment or balm for Cuts Corns Burns Bolls Sores Felons Ul cers Tetter Salt Rheum Fever Sores Chapped Handy Skin Eruptions Infallible for Piles Cure guaranteed Only 25e at T L Paulls Gov Beokham considered seven tyfire petitions for pardons and turned them all down This looks like a very good beginning Coalminers in Northern Colora do went on a strike for higher wages Mado Young Again One of Dr Kings New Life Pills each oigbDfor two weeks has put me in mrteem again wiites DHTur ner ot eujpseytown Pa Theyre the best in ue world lor Liver Stomach and Bowels Purely vegetable Never gripe Only 25c at T E Paulls drug store The man who killed Baron Von Kettler in China was beheaded in Pekin in the presence of a large crowd SouthIthe New Albany Belt and Terminal railroad ExPresident Cleveland denies that he voted for McKinley at the recent election Well it mada difference of o nly one vote any way Mrs America Dayton Rogers was burned to death in Robertson county Thomas Stephens aged eighty eight years married Mrs Corbin aged sixtyfive in Bath county Hon John G Carlisle was made one of the Board of Governors of the Manhattan Club in New York George Collingsworth of Mid dlesboro a section foreman was killed by nn engine It was stated that the British colony of Jamaica may be traded for a part of the United States col ony of the Philippines Sgre and swollen jointd sharp shoot log torturing muscles no rest no sltJvp Tbif iuHios rheumatism It i a stubborn ttiscaa to tight hut Chamberlains Pain Balm has conquered it thousands of times It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it One application relieves the pain Sold by M Cravens Thomas Walker a crook was shot and killed at St Louis while wareIFire destroyed property worth 150000 at Burlington Ipwa Gen MacArthur held a great New Years reception at Manilla n E1I O IUj1rTLSC Have you watched its marvel growth If not The Weekly Ei quirer wants to study the strides it Lav made The first census of the Unitec States was taken in z8io Since then every succeeding ten years The re suit has been as follows Year Population Year Population 18107239881 18BO31m3311820 9633822 1870 3858371 1830 12898020 1880 60155783 1840 170S9453 1880 62822J50 1850 23191878 Here you have the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the population of the United States excluding recent acquisitions The result is usually yearTHEto engage all in a study of their coun try To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solutions received of the population of the United States Census as follows gusanceived300000To third 750CO- Toflnfourfli 50000 the 25000 tuth 20000 Tothe wroth 15000 henratl0eacch5100aaeutingh 100000 the 550 250000 TnthaciztlOOtu k25Aaouio 250000 nutSOO eeh f10 500000 fo the next 1630 fIjiIlOUtingtO 765000 2197 cath presents amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money equally di vided propositiQnsubscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRES You can guess as often as you care to inclose subscription price to tht WEEKLY ENQUIRER This contest will close a month be fore the result of the census will known and officially certified by thlDirector of the United States Censuj at Washington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY ENQUIRER including guess is only 100 a year Eleven copies and eleven guesses for 1000 For ful particulars see WEEKLY ENQUIRER CoI Begins in the rIgrowing Anywhere between the plantationt and the coffee pot the flavor may be changed the qualityspoiled bycarelessness inexperience or un scrupulous methods From the time Arbuckles Coffee leaves the hands of the grower until it reaches the user in a sealed packet it is handled with the same watchfulcare the same thought for cleanliness that you would give any article of food that goes on your table Thats the reason it costs the grocer a cent a pound more than its cheap imitations The extra cent you pay for ARBUCKLES Roasted Covet buys much more than a cents worth of quality and strength A pound of Arbuckfes Coffee will give you more cupfuls of better coffee than you v 11wonldg t from other package toffees ZiStrfe yott get ArBfteVtea Roasted Upbe bluer package coffees are bntlfflitafibiis bf II4 eaeta JIOUcIit1ra r kt a Ie a It arItelea to Ia aieJ1tJafeulllt th4 r piepsFbofaomeeaUeletobeaeleeedbyim aatvt oa tee J to bee n out aad returned to our Notloi Dept YAltJMMM tkU Utt AlltJn all ooaaau ieaUoBB to ARMUCkLE EROS Belie P8setmM YtiRKClTY kYH a k r IJAM6ST0WN AND 1J No t utter piano can be found than av the above named hotel It IB new elegantly furnished and the ta ble at all times sup plied with the belt the market affords Feed Stable in con section J B PATTERSON Proprietor W STEPHENSd DEALER IN Dry Goods Notions Boots ShoeS I aso keep a large stock of CLOTHINGwhich can be bought at the very lowest prices I have a nice line of MILLINERY on hands ELKHORN KENTUCKY CJTPROPRIETORS OF TlIE Leianon MarMe So Works7 LEBANON KY Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of MARBLE GRANITE a tPRICE3 LOW WORK GUARANJ ED 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 WBI F JEFFRIES Local Agent Columbia Ky Est4 ooeo e so eeooe+ oe oooooeooeeeeoeoeeeeeo I Go To L V HALLS FOR I t Cooking Z i and Heating ast1 i I Stoves J ie e Speetflrou Heating Stoves all sizes Stove pipes o ee0 Uteusils Tiii Roofing iV 4 lo TIN AND OALVINIZED IRON GUTTER WITH WIRE HANGERS e o o ooeeoeaoeeoe 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