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I THE AIJAIR COUNTY NEWS8 VOLUME 4 COLUMBIA AJJAIfi COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUAKY 23 1901 NUMBER 11 POSTUFFICE DIRECTORY J Russell Postmaster Office hours week days 700 a m to 930 pm COURT DIRECTORY CooRTThree sessions a yearThird Monday tn January third Monday In May and third Monday In September ClrcuitJu leeW W Jones Commonwealth s AttorneyN IL W Aaron ShenffJ W Hurt Clerk Jno Coffey CccRTFlrst Monday in each month W Butler County AttorneyJaBGrrnett Jr ClerkT It Stults JailerS H Mitchell Assessor Bradshaw Surreyor R T McCaffree School SuptW Jones CoronerLeonard Fletcher CooBTRegnlarcourt second Monday in ach month adgeJ W Atkins orneyGordon Montgomery CHURCH DIRECTORY PRESBYTERIAN STBMTRCT T P Walton pastor Services second and fourth Sundays p each month Sundayschool at9 a a every Sabbath Prayer meeting every Wednesday night URKSVILMI STBBBTRev W P Gordon pastor Services first Sunday In each month Sundayschool every Sabbath at a m Prayer meeting Thursday night BAPTIST BarnettLastorwdaychol every Sabbath at a ra neeilngTuesdav night CHRISTIAN PIKE Eder L Williams Pastor Services First Sunday In eachI Sabbath at9 am month Sundayschool every Prayer meeting Wednesday nigh- tLODGES MASONIC No F and MRegu tar meeting in their hall over bank on Fri day nigh t or before the full moon In each JAXW WM 1 B Secj roCtlBA B No7 meets first Jon night In earp month J E P J BUSSBII Secretary 1I7Sn SS c = ps B TSr GA vi a RaLpS HENRY Wy10CANES 4aSW tKETSTLOtJIStlttlEtft Also Dealer In r FINE STETSON HATS AND ALL OTHER STYLISH BRANDS Remember the place 408 West Market Hancock Hotel BURKSVILLE STREET Columbia Ky JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop ltPThe above Hotel has been re tted repainted HId pmv ready for the comfortable accommodation of guests Table supplied with the best the niarket affords Rates reasonable good sample room Teed stable at bed r COMMERCIAL HOTEL JAMESTOWN1KY HOLT VAUGHAN Proprietors 0openedTendHolt looks after the department and sets that the table la supplied at all times win tbe very best the market affords The proprietors are attentive and very polite to guastt Good sample rooms and the balding- isonvenientto the business houses Pint clacltveryattachedtothehutet Terms very rl o1JalIr Leta Steam Laundry LEBANON KY o rnOROUGIILY equipped modern f laundry plant conducted by exper ienced workmen and dung as high grade work as can be turliulotitany place in the country Patronize a home institution Work of Adair ellt Taplor and Green solicited ProIREED MILLER Agents Columbia Kentucky F U dizziness are quickly cur d by iforleys Little Liver Pills far eople They arouse the Torpid r rther BILE nDd cure 4 an dose Sold by r iii LIST OF CLAIMS Allowed by the Adair Fiscal Court Terms April and October 1900 The following is a list of the claims allowed by the Adair County Fiscal Court at its regular April Term 1900 A B Cox serving road orders 18 50 J A Thompson lumber for road 3 00 C C Bault furnishing pauper 17 00 HC Walker pauper coffins 17 00 W L Walker Sons furnish ing paupers c 18 41 W D Jones services as Supt of schools 375 00 Dr S W Strange medical attention to paupers 23 00 E W Burton furnishing pau per 26 00 A W Tarter lumber for road 9 10 S P Miller pauper coffin 3 00 Wash Grider voting house 3 00 W D Tarter furnishing pau pers 37 Same same 12 78 Same same 15 20 Same same 25 57 Pomp White same 8 12 Dr W S Taylor poor house practice 25 00 Same attention to pauper 8 50 James H Kinnaird furnishing small pox patients 46 30 Dr W R Grissom medical at tention to paupers 20 00 HC Walker furnishing pau per coffin and burial clothes 10 00 Dr C M Russell medical attention to paupers 15 50 MorriMJti Bns hliurpeuism road tools 2 00 D II Butler goods furnished to prisoners at jail 12 35 S II Mitchell services as jail er 703 55 R II Perryman medical aid to paupers 20 00 Junius Holt voting house 2 50 Same same 3 00 Tom Lester voting house 3 00 A A Strange publishing list of claims 9 00 J W Hurt services as sheriff 88 75 W T Grissom medical aid to paupers 11 00 Ed Murrah lumber on road 8 05 Dr U L Taylor attending smallpox patients 262 go Dr W T Grissom attention to small pox patients 32 50 Dr Wm Blair same 14 00 John Pierce furnishing pauper U 00 Z T Taylur keeping poor house 247 jO Dr L C Nell medical atten tion to small pox patients 80 00 R C Eubank voting house 5 00 Dr M 0 Sallee practice at jill I 50 Citmpbellsville Lumber Co lumber for road 3 75 Beard Harden nails to road over seer 70 U L Taylor voting house 3 00 John Young same 100 G II Nell same 350 J R Tuft SHine 2 00 WT McFarlududjeor elec tion 2 00 M Cravens sate 2 00 J L McLean clerk same 2 00 II D Murray sheriff same 2 00 W O Pile judge same 2 00 E W Reed judge same 2 00 C H Murrell clerk same 200 W B Pattcson sheriff same 2 00 S T Hughes judge same 200 A W Thompson judge same 200- LO IIIndwan clerk same 2 00 nL Davis sheriff same 255 W S Pickelt Judgesatne 2 00 G M Rodgers judge same 2 00 P Ntlaoj clerk same 2 00 T W Dowell sheriff same 3 04 H C Walker judge same 2 00 J 11 Wilson same 2 00 C Q Moss clerk same 2 00 W L Wilmore sheriff same 2 70 J M Simpson Judge same 2 00 T J Harvey same 2 X W Scott clerk same 2 00 Frank Firkins sheriff same 3 12 J R Rowe judge same 2 00 Austin Loy same 2 00 Jas Fruukuro clerk sate 2 00 F A Tabor sheriff same 2 64 W D Simmons judge same 2 00 H Webb same 2 00 W L Taylor clerksame 2 00 Z T Taylor sheriff same 2 36 J M Conover judge same 2 00 S H Murrell same 2 00 E B White clerk same 2 00 Jo F Strange Mieriff same 2 80 H E Harmon judge salve 200 I C Harmon same 2 00 J A Winfrey clerk same 2 00 F W Miller sheriff saute 280 JJ ConC judge same 300 D K Pellet same 2 00 J M Ferryman clerk same 2 00 JM Campbell sheriff same 336 GE Walker judge same i 2 00 j M Turner same 2 C V McWhprter clerk same 2 00 Jas S Hovious sheriff same 3 44 F LJugratu judge same 2 00 J G Baulfc same 2 00 A il Judd olerk same 2 00 W E Hancock sherlii same 2 48 The Bradley Gilbert Co for tile boxes 28 90 T JuiceC 1650 WO Loy same 26 bo John Eubatiksame Jo 5o W II Krtup same lo 5o Jt Williams rood work 3 oo ISame services as Justice c 46 oo Wm Big gS same 9 ut W Q Wolford same 9 00 J W Butler services as county judge 220 3o Jas Gamett jr services as county attorney 215 0o John Pierce keeping pauper 26 00 T R Stults services as county clerk 81 28 J W Hurt services as sheriff 2 00 S H Mitchellservices as jailer 4 00 T F Gowen services as justice c 900 J DL Williams same 000 W C Loy same 9 00 W H Kemp same 9 00 Wm Biggs same 9 ou John Eubank same 9 on W C Wolford same 3 oo J W Hurt services as sheriff 6 oo SH Mitchell services as jailer 10 00 T R Stults services as clerk 9 oo J W Butler and Jas Garnett jr services as commissioners of Fiscal Court OCTOBER 38 oo TERM The following is a list of the claims allowed at the October Term of Adair Fiscal Court at its October term 1000 G F Hardwick furnishing pau per coffins 9 00 Chapman Walkup furnishing panpers etc 9 44 Molly Chapman for clothing burned in smallpox case 18 00 H P Redmon for furnishing pauper collin 3 00 Wheat Williams furnishing paupers 98 89 D H Butler furnishing prison oners at jail 10 30 J B Kcltncr lumber fur road 3 54 McClister Harvey furnishing pauper 25 50 Same same 25 50I Same same 25 50 Same same 26 55I Same same 9 35 Hughes Coffey Co furnish ing prisoners at the jail 1 05 Jobnn Watson furnishing pau per 12 69 E W Burton furnishing pauper 36 73 Matilda Wilson furnishing pat per 5100 W po Tarter furnishing pauper 12 42 Saute satire 25 n Same samp 12 42 Same samp 13 00 Same samp 9 58 Sine same 11 14 Bradshaw S Jones furnishln pauper coffins 21 Beard Hardin for nails for bridges 1 05 S K Huraphress furnishing pauper 25 21 W D Jones services as superIjntendent of schools 35000 W L Walker furnishing pau pers and school books 217 26 Same articles for road 982 L M Wilmore lumber etc for road 160 Joel O Moore furnish paupers 3j50I Dr W R Grisom med attend ance to pauper 2 00 G W Picket furniahiug pau 00 Cool Spring District for voting house 00 Shelby Tarter furnishing pau DlI Russell Murrell furnishing paupers etc 89 89 Dr O M Russell medical at tendance at jail 50 00 Dr W W Bingham medical attendance to paupers 32 00 Bradley Gilbert Co ballot books etc 47 10 A B Cox serving road orders 5 00 Washington Htlt furnishing pauper 00 Columbia Mill Co lumber for road 21 95 CA Walker furnishing pau per coffin 3 Same same 3 00 Hughes Coffey t Hunter forIfurnishing paupers 41 32 W A Coffey services as Elec tion Commissioner 6 00 N M Tutt Kami 0 00 P H Bridgwiiler satire 6 00I 87Drtendance to pauper 3 00 Y Vol Smith timber for bridgeIon road 4 00 Arch Roy work on road tools 150 Dr U L Taylor Pour HoUse practice 25 00 Jno A Diddle lumber for road 5 00 Dr U L Taylor service as Health officer 65 00 H C Walker furnishjpg pay collins GQO George T Roberts furnibbing lumber fur road 8 24 W L Walker f Sun furnishing pauper 25 72 Same b ime25 72 Same same 25 65I Ermine Leach keeping poor house 174 00 Dr Sr A Taylor Uicdical aid to paupers 4 00 J P Miller Suns furnishing a pauper 4 07 Dr L C Nell medical aid to paupers 43 00 John Pierce furnishing pauper 13 00 J W hurt services as hberljl1 7ti2p John Eubank work gn tools 4 75 C S Hafrjs pfinliug deljur quent list 30 60 Fiauk Siuplair fpr furnishing school books 3 52 J E F Burtop furnishing paupers J4 00 T p1 Stul Sj eryices as Pfjuufy t Clerk 52 31 Wilmore Muss furnishing pauper 25 50 Same same 00 Same same 51 00 Same same 38 25 Same same 25 50 Same saute 30 oo x543155Drtion to pauper1o oo James M Williams services as Justice etc 32 oo W H Kemp same lo 5o T F Gowen same lo 5o W C Wolford same 9 00 William Biggs same 9 oo W C Loy same 33 oo John Eubank same 10 T R Stults services as clerk 9 oo J W Butler services as county Judge 236 00 Jas Garnett Jr services as County Attorney 215 oo Champion Bridge Co for bridge at Uptown 1566 60 Same bridge at Plum Point 2933 4o Jas Garnett Jr services as Bridge Commissioner oo oo J W Butler services as Bridge Commissioner 5o oo J W Hurt services for visiting bridge 2 oo S H Mitchell same 2 oo John Eubank services visiting and inspecting the bridge 5 oo W C Loy same 5 oo W II Kemp same 5 oo T F Gowen same 5 oo Wm Biggs same 5 oo W C Wolford same 5 T R Stults clerk Fiscal Court 3 oo KE STOOUNYI T n Stults Clerk Adair County Court certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct list of the claims allowed to the various persons at the regular terms of the Adair Fiscal Court during April and October 19oo as shown by the records in uiy office Given under my hand this December 27 19oo T R STULAS Clerk By T 4 MVUPPLJ P C A Deep Mystery It is a mystery why women endure Backache Headache Nervousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Fainting and Dizzy Spells when thousands have proved that Electric Bitters will quickly cure such troubles I suffered for years with kidney trouble writes Mrs Phebe Cberley of Peterson Ia and a lame back pained me so I could not dress myself but Electric Bitters wholly cured me and although j3I years old I now am able to do all my housework It overcomes Constipa tion improves Appetite gives perfect health Only 50c at T E Paulls drugstore CONGRESS By a vote of 34 to 15 the Senate concurred In tbe House provision which prevents the sale of beer at any army post or on any transport- Representativeelect Kehoe of the Ninth District will receive the unanimous recommendation of the Ken tucky delegation for the place on the River and Harbor Committee to be vacated by Representative Berry Representative Overstreet has troduced a bill to put silver o6a parity with gold by providing for the ex change of silver for gold upon demand Tim entire reserve fuadmay besti exchanged according to the bill By a vote of 10 to tll2 tlie House ac cepted the reapportionment plan pro posed by the Burleigh blhwhich creases the membership of the House during the next decade from 357 the present membership and the membership proposed by the committee on Hopkins bill to 386 The result was largely brought about by the influence of certain Senators from several of the larger Northein States who threw the weight of their influence in the scale in favor of the larg r membership Under the bill as passed no State losesI a Representative and tbe following make gains Illinois New York and Texas ihree each Minnesota New Jersey and Pennsylvania two each and Arkansas Culifordia Colorado Connecticut Florida Louisiana Mas sachusetts Mississippi Missouri North Carolina North Dakota Washington West Virginia and Wisconsin one each The bill provides that whenever a new State Is admitted tbe Representative assigned ty jt shAll be in addition to the number provided In the bill Icalsoaddsa provision never hlhertu incorporated in a reapportion ment bill to tho effect that Congressional dlst ricls In addition tff beipp continuous sj3l asobpw mpactl States phirli HIP spurred additional ReprpwtaUves by the bill shall by its terms elect treat at large until the Irtxibhiture can reds 4riet tbe State r jj FURNITURE FURNITURE 33 3J a 3 EEEEEcri- EBedsteads Springs and Mattresses Dressers Washstands Wardrobes Kitchen Safes Extension Tables Desks Chairs and Rockers as 61169P a flnU PoInt South Of tH6 OHIO RIV6F Come soon and get choice of assortment at Bargain Prices COLUMBIA FURNITURE CO Up Stairs overWILLIS BROS Store Catarrh Cannot be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the di sease Catarrh Is a blood or constitu tional disease and in order to cure it you must take Internal remedies Halls Catarrb Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the olood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed one of tbe best physicians this coun try for years and is a regular prescrIp- tion It is composed of the best tunics known combined with the best bood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combina tion of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Props Toledo O Sold by druggists price 75c Halls Family Pills arc the best Noted Liar Wants Name Changed- In order the easier to live down his reputation as the biggest liar in Kan sas Jacob Moon of Garden City has made application in the Probate Court in that county to have his name changed to Rara Avis Baird Moon is a farmer by occupation and has lived in his neighborhood for nearly twenty yearsResidents of Western Kansas profess to believe that Moon has npver told the truth in that time even in com mon matters It is said to be literally true of him that until he made his New Years resolution hu would rather lie than tell the truth Ou New Years day he bad a notice inserted in tbe cal paper there that liu was swearing off his habit of lying aril in the future he would not toll guy more lies aid that he did not want people local him by the name of Moon II application for a leCnl luuig1 of mUll followed Top trl jiiiu 0 CliioiiV1 Inter Oean Alfred Astin Disappears A story of the niysurious disappear ance Itfa wellknown citizen of Allen county has been received In the West eru portion of the county lived Alfred Austin a worthy and IndUstrious far mer lie was a marrlrd man with a family of wife and several children Ttey all lived ugelher on the farnj of Mrs Malvina Caldwell On Christmas eve Austin left home for this city lu purchase some holiday goods and the mysterious part of it is that he has never returned home There can be no question that be reached this city for be bought presents for each member of the family and sent theta home to them They naturally expected that he was detained ou bus intact anti would arrive home a day or two But several days passed and a week but ho did not return The family began to make inquiry fur him but could learn nothing as to his whereabouts Still they kept on hop lug that he would return But up to yesterday be had not come home and not a word hud been heard from him The lust heard of him was in thin city on Christmas eve The family arc heartbroken and have given him upas lost fearing that he has been foully dealt with What makes the m tery all the wore mysterious is the fact hat his relations with his family were of the must amicable nature and it Is not believed that he would iulcnV uu ally reniaiu away frojH lheuiDowl ing green ppwrjer Blown to Atoms The old idea that the body snipe times needs a powerful drastic purga i ive pill has been exploded for Dr Klpgfi New Life Pills watch are per fectly harmless gently Btlmulaleljver and bowels to expel poisonous matter cleanse the system and absolutely CUrt Constipation and Sick Headache Omj 25catT B PuuMsnrug st re W Pleasantries A kiss is as good as a smille The more a man knows the less he knows he knows You cant always judge of a dress b the woman in it A Welsh rabbit is a lot like babies it looks better than it tastes Men judge women by their morals women judge men by their lack them Windy days are probably made to punish thin women for pretending theyre nut The more a woman understands men the more good time she spends in the kitchen QOne of these days some woman will get herself arrested for her church Every man who has got over being a fool is perjertly willing to admit that he used to be one Lots of men would gut married quicker if it was not for having to take a wedding trip Some men would drop dead of heart disease if you bhot them In the back with a poached egg As soon as a man looks like be Is miserable he gets some sympathy that makes him feel worse As soon as you catch up with a wo man she turns around and pretends she was going the other way The man you go arutiud calling a crauk is generally u lot too busy to bother telling what he thinks of you When you are calling on a girl and kiss her she aha3i5 pretends that it was pride that made her not make any you see a girl at a party that none of the men are talking to you can generally bet she knows how to bake good bread If some new minister should come along preaching the new diuirine that there are moths In hmvrn the woo men would all leave the churches and himBefore a woman gets through trying to find out how much her last Christ mas presents costs she has begun say lug up to buy them for the next year A Prominent Chltn o Woman Speaks Prof Roxa Tyler of Chicago Vice President Illinois Wonutrs Alliance in speaking of Chamberlains Cough Remedy says I suffered with a vere cold this winter which threatened to run into pneumonia 1 tried differ ent remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the tnediciuo upset mysto mach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cojgh Remedy and I found it was pleasant to take and itre lievtd rue at once I am now entirely recovered saved a doctors hill time anti sunVrlut and I will neverbewith- outlhisspicudidmedichaeagain For sale by M Cravens 1Mss Mary Dixon owns perhaps the oldest and Hurst violin in Kentucky It Dears the name of Antouius Stra divarius Crewona Italy 1727 and has a tone that for sweetness and accur acy is unexcelled and in the hands of Its skilled owner produces trains of music that taut Sri r tU j wmi even of the mol itiatiiiiliY It bus quite an in tereHmu htta It was i uuhiised by T father fnun a lady by the namE of Kirk near llilltiam Tettu for 833 She had kept it fur several years in roo meuibrauce of her sun whu had purchased it several years previous to the Civil War fur 73 awl dying or being killed in thl hi iiftihr kpt it until llii UiicUirfliMovered it nod knowing its value purchased it Miss Mary has sliic liteji letidred S2oo for it but would nut iin with It for any price It is Mlirl tn biju mate of one of the sauce make that sold in Cincinnati a bout two years ago for several thous and dollars Burksvllle Htrxld ti 1rr JJQJQ m fi rt f Blacksmiths + AND WOOdWOr k61C Columbia Ky- uprip iced to do all kinds win in my line and if you peed re BuggiesorbUigytlrcs tatisfactionNewly Furnished America Plan ftO Per Day uc Sdosicr s Cotef MEALS 26e 523 W Market SI LOUISVILLE KY NIC BOSLER Her fflOllt1sW M WILMORE Prop KentucklrHERE is no better place to stop hotelGood Fesdstable GORDON MONTGOMERY eyll 17it LQW COLUMBIA KY andadJoiniJ1gcounties drugstore DR M 0 SALLEE DENTIST Careful attention given to me dentftryand OFrICEOver Coffey UUlltcrCOLIDIBIAKY FRANK M BALLENGER WITH RofiinscihNorw 60 WHOESALI Dry Goods Notions Etc LOUISVILLE KY SHEET IRON STOVES AND Tin Ware Manufactured BY R T fcTJDGEOtf SOt Cane Valley Ky NET PRICE LIST AIR TIGHT STOES PriseoS75alli 310 Common Drum Stove in 2 23524thij 270 Stove Pipes 54 in 13aSinElbows 5zd In YETINERY SURGEON tlittlo PolleTll Splints Spavin or any gical work done at tail prices IGUARANTEE SATISFACTION I am fixed to take care of sock- S D CBENSHAW l34milo from Columbia on Disappo- intmentREVPAURANT JAMES BELL Propri- etorLEBANON KY This stand Is located near thede put and meals are furnished at all hours at 25 cents per meal j be belt awitils the country afford Kiev Slant sltHrig tmlor ltd l jr IE MS COUNT JBffS Published Every Wednesday BY TUE Adair Bounty News A INC PORATD CIXAS 8 HARRIS Edit or tAeats of the city of Columbia and the people fLAdair and adjacent counties = Entered at the Columbia Fostofflce as class mail matter SUBSCRIPT N RATS ONEYBAB I tUX MONTIIS 60oiug STRICTLY IN ADVANCE 1DVERTISTNG RATS Loca otices ten cents per line for first Inthe section andlfive cents per line for each sub quent Insertion DISPLAY ADS Space I frjc xAIo 33fo 6To I Yr Inch I5 i23 500 a incnes Inches 100 200 400 600 Inches Inches f 00lI Col 000 1200 There will be no departure from these rates jnder any circumstances WEDNESDAY JAN 23 Death hovers over Queen Victo ria and by the time this paper reaches its readers in all probability the ewlwill have como Her son the Prince of Wales prostrated and a gloom sadness spreads over all England A f days ago the Queen was stricken with paralysis and since that time life has been kept up by artifici means The Prince of Wales next insuccessiou ======Peace now reigns at Corbin All the billigerants now living whot were in the late trouble are in jail In Illinois Senator Culloms o ponents have withdrawn and tlleAt is old man has a clear field for rTaelectionto the United States uteelwi Judge Buckley of the Louisvill- City Court and Dick Knott wh publishes a paper called The Even of iug Post had a little spat ono day last week Neither party was ee riously hurtb 5Ithcan steering committee has given a Senator Hanna one week within which to pass the Ship subsides thiiJames A Mount exGovernor of TnaiaTr died very suddenly at In is iauapolis one day last week He h id been out of office but a few hours when the summons came 1le interment was at Crawfords no ville ers Miss Alma Rockerfeller daugh t of John D Rockerfeller was in rried in New York last d 7 Her husband is Mr Pam r le Prentice of Chicago The lot b ide was given fifty million byal h r father A big sensation was created at Bowling Green last week when it was announced that Luther R Porter until recently cashier ofa tie Warren Deposit Bank was 8iort in his accounts between for tyand fifty thousand dollars the and isbrsUnited States Senate have ra elected by the legislatures their respective States When the p of Republican party gets rid of Quay tie sun will cease to shine It seems that nothing will deter negroesjfrom perpetrating outrages upon white women Fred Alexnn yeLeavenworthago and in all probability some were other negro will perpetrate Jl1ikegr4 crime and meet the same fate inaCI less than two weeksthlMr But little is being done in Congress the Lasfc week there was much rejoicing over Quays return to the was Senate Flowers were very pe fuse on the Senators deskwhen he son was sworn in some little talk about a bill to prevent hazing and rise the usual amount of chat about few the Army Reorganization bill r B1GSXOYEGt t VA EdaoinlCrrcipondsiicr Doubtless many oT tile readers of hyear a section that in former days hi out rare inducements to the m who desired wealth and the to elimination of poverty This city situated between the Cumberlauc Mountain and Wallens Rid watered and drained by the raj Powels river and penetrated by wo great systems of railroad thb S Nand the V S W holds more of the cash and note of the wonoho were allured to it in the search of wealth ten years ago probably than any other spot between dlesboro and Liverpooland be acquainted with the facts and being a party thereunto as it we I feel that the towering peakspi Cumberland have tions of their grandeurthe spa ling and pure water of the river has been tainted with disagpoint meut and the many lots once valuable have been robbed of their worththe last being so true that for several years it has been a Hroproduced by looking over the hind site so to speak I do not feel inclined to write a long letter but holding to the doctrine that once in grace always in grace knowing that the great mineral wealth of this section can not be destroyed or removed without the expenditure ofu vast amount of money eliminates every doubt as to the futuro of this town That istheres a brighter day a coming for the industrial and commercial in notebe doubted but just how soon this happy condition will materialize perplexesal In my has lepassed over every wave of serious trouble that threatened to destroy her former prestige and boasted claims of being the metropolis Mountains I finda better feeling prevails here and every roan is pushing his business and speaking u good word for the town present the large Iron furnace running at full capacity j a largo nnery is in operation the Mills will soon be humming and thin a short time one of the Uleni operatico n a er skilled laborers Work has now begun on the new Graded school iJding which is to be built of stone and will cost 17 Many neat mansions and are being erected and not vacant house can be found in the As to the advance in re tate it is not sufficient to cove losses of the past but a few eap lots are changing hands pointers to the great aWakeuii that will some later on The trn that u large majority of the pro erty owners here are holding their property and it is even with the writer but the truth i man bothereth me for my 83sxI 32s and while the would be buy are not chasing the would be sellers if properly approached the real estate holders are dstores aftsawhile theres a fortune in every Morally this town outshines other place in all this coantr The spires of five edifices pointa heavenward and devout cougrega tious belong to the different churches In the near future heasthma Christian denomination will erect place of worship that will cost so pifrfmmony prevails The troubles of past have been outlived in a majority of the cases the present good the future bright and if realstate fails to climb the Laddsu diesofP t say a loss money C S Hglthe the The nomination of the son of Justice Harlan of the Supreme Court to be Attorney General Porto Rico has not been t by the Senate Ata se let last week special efforts made to get Senator Petti to withdraw his objection to but he refused declaring he had no doubt of Young Harlans personal fitness fnoposition and no personal o jection to him j that his opposition basedvn higher grounds the Its rCoof a justice of the Supreme dis Courtat this time to such a posireI Mr Pettigrew then said a words concerning the recent T nomination ofa son of Justin cry MoKenua to beMtjor in the army jumping hint over the heads of 118 lieutenants and captains j also of the removal of a son of exPresi dent Harrison because his father ldad dared to raise his voice in op policytfllcharge against the Supreme Court but I do say that the appointment membersidpositions under the adminis tration at this juncture of affairs in the Supreme Court is to say the least indecent Miss Bessie Blackwell of In dianapolis got on the warpath last idweek She was making prepara tions to marry Samuel Dawson and was one of the happiest girls in thee city Suddenly a messenger ar ofrived and informed her that Dt w pkhouse Determined to be revenged she procured revolver WIIt upon the streets and meeting her for mer lover fired three shots ut him without effect The girl was lire rested but will not be proeecnted er stepmother supremely bap py Corbin a little town on the Knoxville Branch of the Louis adviJle Nashville Railroad was in u state of terror several days and nights of last week Three per sons were killed and a storehouse wrecked by dynamite The tron ble was started Rolla White shooting and mortally wounding James Shotwell For hours terror reigned supreme and so apprehen eive were peaceful citizens that Gov Beckham by request of Cir ciiit Judge Morrow sent a compa ny of State Malitia to the scene to restore order No two young men in this cpun try will take a gamblers chaneo ofmore readily than Charley and Will Clarkmillionaire sons of Senator Clark of Montana Both have an income of 2009 a day and when the inclination them they bet a months income with as little compunction as the lordinaay race goer asks 10 and 20 Almost Blind Mr D Kessing Bannock Ky says My little four year old girls eyes were so weak from birth that she could not stand any light at all Was treated by several physicians without benefit My neighbors persuaded me to bu Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron from Mr O Daugherty Bannock Ky Three bottles not only restored her sight but made her stronger and heal lifeerevery Beat out of an Increase of His exlgFithadtothsas a co n47 and I contracted Mexican diarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my pension for on every renewal a dose of it rea me It is unequalled as a quick pleasantaner d of inyresult in that makes a cough don gerous For all and stubborn roughs n for grippe lung fever bronchitis and other throat and lung af factions you can find soother agreeable and harmless remedyI effective as Morleys Honey Price 25 cents Ask your druggist j A Womans Weariness Womans sensitiveness makes them bject to more intense weariness than men The melancholy depression and exhaustion they suffer is due to slug action of their organs which loads system with impurities poisons blood and shatters their nerves Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron will cleanse the system revitalize the energydThousands Sent Into Exile Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But ths iscostly and t always sure Dont be an exile farbConsumption will cure you at home the most infailiole medicine for ughs Colds and all Throat and Lung eases on earth The first dose brings Astounding cures result from persistent use Trial bottles free at E Paulls Price 50c and 8100 Ev bottle guaran teed IUsismlmu i irNEW FIRM ii iiifWe have purchased the stock of ti Biffrom WILLIS BROS and will constantly on hand all kinds of Fresh Groceries itWhen in need of any thing in our line give us a call YoungIif= Jradyiille Jli b J elool GRADYVILLE KY tJotlN w pLt0WEl S Principal lylISs LtULtA ALt EN Assistant Spring Term Opens Januarp 7 continues 5 Months Thoroughcourses of study will be given in common and high school branches of study Specialattention given teachers preparing for examinations Tuition Reasonable cellent board can bo had in the best of families at 150 per week 1 from Monday to Friday W FLOWER Gradjville Kentucky A Prominent Chicago Yam Speaks Vsce 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 difi ent remedies but I seemed to grow worse and the medicine upset u1y stomach A friend advised me to try Chamberlains Cough Remedy an dIrc found it was pleasant to take and It lleved me at once I am now entlr tipme and suffering and I will neverbe with out this splendid medicine again For sale by M Cravens The Farmers Home Fire Insurance Company Junction City Ky 200000 strong Insures all kinds of property cept steam mills hemp and tobac reasonable Insures agai re Lightning and Wind- Z II STAPLES County Director- T A MUKKELL Agent AN WELLS for many years e Continental General Manager It Girdles The Globe The fame of Bucklens Arnica the best in the world extends rou the earth Its the one perfect healer Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Surcp Scalds Boils Ulcers Felons Ads Pains and all Skin Eruptions Or fallible Pile cure 25c a box at T E Paull Young Women Theentry into womanhood ka tifae for a girl Little menstrual sordertstaitat that time soon grow into fatal complications That female troubles are filling- proves graveyards this Wine of Caidul lishes b a painless andnatural menstrual flow When once this important func the is started right a healthy life will usuaUyfoIJow Many women old owe their lives to Wine cifCarduL There is nothing like it give women freedom from pain and to young women for every duty of life SIOO bottles at druggists Miff Della H Strayer Tully KMI have luff tre wft lij at menstrual pe nods for a long tknevas RTyPH had no appetite and lost Interest everything in fact was miserable have taken four boltte pl of CarJm with The fords BlackDrsug wMlJ Pcade4 y today an entirely mni cl tieJ fM the thanks feel for what yet fitly ne for me For sdvtee Iseaeee regakfaeapeeW dtreo Cons address givingerwptome tae rjdl Adveor1Deparest The Ked lame ar 0c 1 titj COLUMBIA 4e AND Gampbellsville Stage Line 0GOOD STOCK- er COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER o Courteous Attention to Passengers connccelyyule 320 p m just after arrival of Lonlev train Daily except Sunday Calls at Marcum Ho tel promptly attended to Express at Reed Miller GEORGE LEE Prop PARSON MOSS CO LACKSMITHS C0WOODWORKERS COLUMBIA KENTUCKY tbWe are prepared to do any kind of work in our line in firstclass order We have been in the business for 25 years and R know how to do work OEQur prices are as low ndand terms as reasonable as any firstclass mechanics We will take country produce GiveeColyA Deep Mystery It is a mystery why women endure Backache Headache Kcrvousness Sleeplessness Melancholy Tainting and Dizzy Si flk wlcii thousands proved hat ElccLlh Hi tiers will quick ly cure uch IrulhI suffered for years with Kidney trouble writes Mrs 1liebc Chirlijr of Peterson Ja and a lam IJilcl pained me oil J could Iwhollyyears now am aWo to do all my biiuscwnrk J tuveruuntsCunstip a tiim impiovcs Appllr gives perfect health Only 50c at TE Pauls dru store Sure and swollen joint sharp shut og torturing iiiuclfs no rest no sleep That means rlnuiuaiiMii U beIsChamberlains Pain Balm has conquer ed it thousands of times It will rlu so whenever the opportuulry IsotTfird GTTry it One application niievis the pain Sold by M Bowp toltnlllIThe tlr Idea that the bfldy naln tiints needs a powerful rirasi p purua flan pill has bean exploded fur Dr KIu New Life vjjlch are per ferny hanokss mnUjsiliiiulalelivir and bowels tCll Apel poisonous iiintter the IIIUII1 ahnio IJ curt vCoustiiiaiiiirauU2cCtTLiIatiitlrti fi Ir I IRt1SSE lt SIj1CsS JlOTELc KIMBLE KY Is now open for the traveling public the year round It is a large commodious build ing as the picture In dicates and is run firstclass in every particular vGo VAUGHAN GRAHAM Pro l c SessioneIMALE8FEMALEHI6H SCHOOL ifWILLCOriAlENCE Tuesday January 1st 1901 and Closes May 17th Teachers Experienced and- Satisfaction Guaranteed Du not put Mring till liti in the spring but be ready the first day Board urd tuition reasonable Send for catalogue A H BALLARD Prin Columbia Ky Breensburg Bcabemye ee tee- ef Breensburg Tftg faculty 0 PrincipalEaScieoceorTHEODORE HUNTER D D Latin Greek German General History and Rhetoric PROF EUGENE HUBBARD History Arithmetic Physiology and Geography MRS GEO W PECK Primary MISS PEARL JONES Piano and Organ radesIncludreasonable Good board in private families from 8200 to 8300 tier week Building roomy convenient and comfortable Fine piano and organ in the building Write for catalogue Address all communications to GEO W PECKGI 9NSSURG ICY W T STEPHENS INillsDry 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 RUDELT H nU- AELROT4ESt113EIt 13 Successors to Falls Buggy Top Manufacturers of and Dealers in all kinds of Vehicles Buggy Tops and CUSHIONS Write For Catalogue NO J42EastHain St LOUISVILLE kY CORCR = PIPOITiIET01tS QF TI1I Lebanon t MarBle t Worls LEBANON KY Mamjfatturers of and dealers in all kinds of JANDMARBLE GRANITE f Btmt IDl I 4 IIIKIOS 3 LOWS WOBirK GUARAN TQED crecJbefurcnts oU WBI F JEFF tI ES Local Agent Columbia kyi HURSTPnANLIN 11 4 WarehouseIl i AUOTIO j S LES DAILS REIJRRNS PROMPTLY MADE mp to U25 w MIA st LOUISVILLE tl10lIthHIru lu aKu Yt Murk Vmirlllicls aINDEEFNDI pHOUSE rLj L i f PERSONAL MENTION J R Tutt attended court Monday Mr Sylvester Harris Font Hill was in town Friday Mr J P Beard was at the Bussell Springs last week Miss Lora West returned from Camp bellsvflle Wednesday- Mr W M Waggener Is considerably improved Mr A R Barbee an old citizen of Columbia is very sick McCaffree Greenriburg w isTIl hereiast Thursday Mr J W Pelley Dunn rille was in town Monday nightandMiss Emma Browning Gradyville was in Columbia Saturday Mrs Sallie F McLean was quite sick with the Grippe last week Mr George E Miller spent last Sat urday and Sunday at home Mr Jo Lane Glasgow was in Columbia last Thursday Mr Jas Garnett Jr attended court at Campbellsville last week- Judge Jas Garnett was in Campbell visli last Saturday Mr Chas Davis of Barbourville in as Columbia Saturday and Sunday Mr Tim Bradshaw was on a business trip to Campbellsville last week Mr W D King Louisville reached Columbia last Saturday Mr S W Sweeney of Lancaster was in Columbia Monday Dr S W Strange Glensfork was in Columbia Monday Mr A C Loy Creelsboro was in town Monday Messrs F L Selby and W T Selby Esto were here Monday Mr S B Elliott Amandavilie was in town MondayCMr E E Cheatbam Bakerton was in the city Monday Messrs Ira and Percy Jones were Columbia MondaysMr E T Willis who has been sic for several days is better Miss Sarah Ilardin is visiting in Green county this week bColumbiaMr O R Banks Cane Valley now traveling for a grocery houseWc Messrs W L Gradyand W M Wtcha I more Gradyville were in Columbia B Dehoney one of the young est looking men In the county for his age was here MondaybiMessrs R P Breeding and G W Dillon Breeding were here the first owthe weekcMessrs h II Turk and Marvin Young Cumberland county were in Columbia Monday Mr J D Sharp Amandavilie and Mr Ed Morgan Albany Lauding were here Monday Messrs J W Sublett and Eugene Rice Cane merchants couColumbiaMr Wm Brooks of Craborchard was visiting in Columbia last Saturday and Sunday Mr John Wheat School sedentbia last Friday Mr Sam Newbold who has consider able interest in Adair county was in at Columbia last week woMring postmaster who was quite sick last week is himself a ainNDr F A Taylor Somerset and MrWi B B Shurman Monticello Fla weroWI here Monday looking for muleiiaMrs Ifrna Cabell and MrsIJlIeu Con per vjbited the lattersmother at Glen vine last Friday and Saturday wJSamGreen river farmers were here Monday InMrbia but now a citizen of llilishurore as Is visiting his father brother and sisters of this place Messrs Ernest Flowers and B P will Brownjpg left Saturday morning for Bowling Green to attend Cherry Bros Business College Mr Jo II ill is visiting Iris sister who resides at Clojds Lauding Mr JCumberlandNeal Marshall of Beverton 1Neb is visiting her parents in this county She is a daughter of Mr J Dice who has been quite sick for sevem eral weeksrlMiss Lillian Holladay isa student in the quGlasguwinstitution last week by her brother W S Holladay ouMrLihaswiltes the News that he has been ployedrw by a Railroad Company B ale 1OcoppelwellIitcbell allpf liussell county were flfPotymbia last week en route fur fowling Green Business Collegeif Hr W J Header of Campbellsville was In Columbia a few days ago He is a Democratic candidate for Circuit Court Clerk of Taylor county two years hence and saYSAA has gota clnchon ittetfomruatfon i rr V Mr F M Frazdr nrwjfamily arrived frdmMldrtlesbbrolastr week and arc occupying the Marcum residence on Burksville street Mrs Mary Cravens and the children of Judge J R Sampson will reach Columbia in about two Jo Coffey Jr who is a friend to to every body and a polite clerk at the Bank of Columbia presented a Me man with a handsome walkinsrcane one day last week The gift iscer talnly appreciated and the doses will please accept thanks Dr U L left for 1lalkhn last Thursday His nephew Dr C B Taylor who resides in that city in formed him by letter that he was tear ful that he was taking the smallpox desired his attention in the event he should be stricken with the disease LOCAL JOTTINGS Mr L V Hall will commence erect inK his tinshop this week J H Smith Co Font Hill boug and sold last year 10249 dozen eggs The Twice aweek Gburier Journ and Adair County News 8160 per yea Miss Lora West is the possesser of a Spanish shilling made in 1786 tusk it 115 years old Mackin Brown Lebanon bought two horses on the square Monday at 8100 and 8105 Measels is prevalent at Milltown and Cane Valley Fifteen or twenty cases at each place Mr S T Dickinson Russell count who is suffering with a cancer is in very critical condition E E Cheatham Bakerton sold a fouryear old mare mule to Cbatmau Browning Monday for 135IEld Z T Williams will lecture atfn Gradyville Saturday night Subject The Holy Land Lecture free possDan Italian one cent piece made in streetskof Bert Young son of Mr George A Young died at Anchorage last Satur day night His remains were brought for interment IsSeveral gentlemen from a distance in Columbia last Monday pur fancy horses Quite a numb nged hands atfair pricesD rjfromaverage of 88500 per head He also ght one bay mare for 85 Mr J C Muncie formerly Common Attorney in this district is notcandidateMonroe in tbe nexi Legislature IIWhenthe New Phoenix Hotel FIrstclassd fare and well located corner SIMarketFarmers in various portions of nty inform us that wheatisloo badly The fly is getting In its deadly work In almost every fieldVI JlJanuaryand save the of a dunb BUSSELL MunnELLtl Dick Johnson was accidentally shot Bliss last Monday by one of Sam Jones boys He was only slightlya unded All the parties are colored Willie Monday a little son of Mrs Monday Knifley this county E bitten by a toad dog one day JastIHe was carried to a madstone it stuck a number of timess alRev 7Atcrowded overflowing The meetingz continue through this weekpi Hudson Page of this place havem bought five hundred hogs in this COun tbe last few days at an avers dxe Rev G rider a Methodist minister lecture at Gradyville Wednesdaycl night Thursday night and Iridayal night on the dangerous results of Mor monism Every body invited Mr DrtJ H Grady removed a splinter from an eye of an infant child of Mr JMTraylor last Thursday It was a and difficult operation but a very successful one asColumbia is the best market fur and fancy horses in tbe Green section of Kentucky Buyers He from the Southern States and fr Bluegrass of Kentucky are here waking purchases pIMalttcragent for the Louisville Times the real afternoon paper published in uLoganthe best paiagrapher in the State be At the close of the holidays a mar somewhat riot of theurdina- curred in Taylor county just over 8bOItJrdying Ip a few gays erect left fits second mollsa handsu woman Ills sonby his Unit wife twentyeight years old soon fell iu love with his stepmother and after a tit courtship of eighteen months were happily mauled All the par rore tabre oplet Circuit Court The first day of the January term6f the Adair circuit court hrougbta crowd to Columbia Court convened promptly at 9 o lock and by noon Judge Jones had finished his instructions to the grand jury and yesterday morning trial cases com men ed There are not many imp rstant cases oh tbe docket but there will be business sufficient to hold the full termtwo weeks Mr Aaron the States Attorney Is here using hisin best efforts to bring evil doers to jus ttIce GRAND JURY John J Coffey Foreman John M Blair L II Wllmore E L Moss E itJJ C Dohoney J J Banks M L Mitchell Cyrus Burton and Clem Keltner rJCTIT JURY W F Coomer Sherrod Murrell R Beard Green Reynolds J R Sh lrof lvT L McLean G F Hardwick A Epperson W F Souires O D PicketttSexton W H Conover P H Keltner WaS W115ron j Hindman J L Brockman and Al Taylor inngmen of Columbia had a fine trade dur- Ing the day and much stock changed hands Qored by a Cow Last Saturday afternoon Just befo sunset Mrs T K Powell whoresides onBurktville street was dangerously gored by a cow and for a while her condl justaby her husband and was making h way to her residence while her husband was unhooking the horse Just as she even with the barn door a cow ran knocked her down and gored hi the abdomen She was picked up and carried to the house and Drs Gra Russell and Grissoui summoned At first it was thought that an entes tine had been punctured but an examination proved that the hollow bad not been reached The doctors took five stitches in closing up the wound and left the patient doing well It is reo markable that the lady escaped with her life as her husband is a very dell cate man and could render but little as sistance No one else witnessed the aiarming sight uer censure any coumenJ1United flstiesthe money is in the Treasury for the why not get it All pensioners a Idabe censured because exsoldiers dInm man may be far from well a gentleman in Adair coca a pension who looks to beIDs bebeaccount of a gunshot wound that ru Iskmany cases not there are many persons drawing procured their voucher by fraud there acts are not to be laid at the of men who are justly entitled to pensioned Again onefourth of business of Adair county is transacted upon the money received by pen signers Take from the exsoldiers the a money received from the Government onAdairInvitations to the marriage of Mr W Hopewell the popular livery of this city to Miss Pearl Hen drickson Cane Valley pave been is The ceremony will take place the home of the intended bride- TuesdayeveDlng January 29 1901 at oclock Mr Hopewell is a native on Spencer county but has been a cltl of Adair about two years Fur the six months he has been the seniorII of the firm of Hopewell s Murray who are engaged in the live rgsots Bebusiness this city Lie is a very ex gentleman and has made many friends during his stay in Columbia Miss Hendrickson is a very estimable young lady aud one of the leading so lights of Cane Valley Joimedi utter the ceremony the bappya couple will leave for Louisville where they will spend a few days thou visit Hopewells relatives in Spencer county and will le at the Marcum Hotel this city after February 2 1901 The many friends of this popular cou pie extend their best wishes Mr Roger Newbold of Louisville who owns a great deal of land in this county was in Columbia lust week was well pleased with the improve meats that have been wade iu ourhour town slate his lust visit and thinks tbe city ought to have an electtic IIe is willing iu put one hereT the enlerprislug cltzcua will takeio bold of the uiatttr He stated that it could be dune at an expense of twoJ dollars and if lamilies bUm eat would use the light it would many years until the plant woulol prove a paying Investment He is also rtUrrycud G and thinks ire people bl ould vake iip to ly the iupbrtaupe ofgijph an enterprise of meWhprepches NextSiimUy T F Walton this cit l W S Dud teen Bethleheiu Z T illiams this F C Shearer Hutcbiusou scbuufS MileatIt k6 rD abii1fl llblt Rtitgd A very large crowd In town Monday j Business stall classes was good rgeThe grand jury Is composed of twelve good men They wIll have plenty work It witnesses can be secured The bucking machine is again in eration on Page Hurt and Stults yard orquite a numberof bands being employed Mr Lawson W Harden who resides this county and Miss Dianne M VIer of Taylor county were married last Thursday The pike from here to Campbells ville is very rough at this time but soon as the rock recently placed up onbe becomes beaten it will be allright We understand that Mr E W Hope well will occupy Mrs Lou B Millers residence on Water Street and will remove to the property during the month February- S Patteson b Feese who have the contracts for putting up Mr T A Murrells residence and Mr L V Halls storeroom will begin the work this week They will employ several extra hands John Matthew Boyse son of Mr James D Royse who has been living Missouri for a number of years committed suicide by hanging at the home of his father one day last week It yeas first reported that his father was the one who suicided aethree brothers and one sister two in Lincoln county one in Adair and one TJTTMr Sam Breeding has contract with the Franklin Lumber wrHams on Green river to deliver on million feet of lumber ut Campbells ville All the lumber is to be deliver this year Last Sunday at 230 in the afternoon Bev J C Cook a prominent Baptist minister was worried to Miss Pearl Junes ut Monroe Hart county T bride is a native of Columbia and an excellent young lady The groom said to be a most excellent gentleman and a fine pulpit orator The couple will reside iu Hart county Perhaps the oldest man in Keatuc Busseofnty in the Webb precinct He l05year old his last birthday and is entjoyingspleudid health His epesig good and he frequently goes aloe and six miles from home He wass born and reared in Adair county De rewhere tbe town of Glenville is apereof Mrs B Williams will be re to the Miller old Fields in a few thetyse v purchased a large amount of tim near the latter place they expe 0sThbte eIthousands Mr Wm L FarrIs one of AdairII citizens ry chIeand twenty years ago he occupied tl brick house on his farm now used f grainery Two rooms of this boo are in Adair county one in Taylor e in Green The dwelling he no is in Adair but his farm is in three counties His county taxes by special act are paid to Adair county alone though the lines show that his farm lies about equally in the three countieqLaMr J G Winfrey who is Judge of the City Court Evansville Ind fell up a plan several years ago to bre bopsoburgedwithminoroffenseswhbrought them to the bouse of refuge he b them publicly whipped by their pir and the move has had a fine effect G Jthea boy has been whipped theJud gives him wholesome advice and helJ invariably leave the ourtroom with good resolutions It Is not Itt2n t4atordboy is before the Court fur the sec ond time Every man who has a wife should carry some life insurance for her benefit Lila is uncertain cal death is sure to come as night is to Pillow day it Your life is worth toots to your family than your house and barn You have them insured and if they do not burn you get no return and probably will pay on them for a life time You know you are bound to die you know nett or the day death may come WI not act wisely and take on some life io cranes for the benefit of your family Connecticut Mutual Is worth mill of dollars the test dividend ing company in the United States E Murrell Columbia Ky DotApproaching Nuptials Mr C B Cabell a RTitqlucat young fafwef aqd trailer of Oauip Knox fees guqty will bp married at 12 m tqday tq Miss Lynn Dowdy a hlghQ1 accomplished young lady t er Mr Tom Dowdy who resides a Grceusburg The cr will alplacebeen beautifully decorated its v TF Walton of this city wjll olUclatoOJ Tbe attendants will bo Mr El WiIIl and Miss Pearl Strader the llhersI eas Class Bucba tan end Cabell lck7hls popular cutlphse the B16 sot ChVlr Miny frierids Mr A C Jeffrles Dead Last Sunday morning at tbe hour of 9 oclock the spirit of Mr A C Jeffries Cook to God who gave it The ofdeceased had been in poor health for three years but was able to look after his business affairs until fifteen days ago when he was stricken with pneumonia both lungs being involved had close medical attention and ma a heroic fight for life but the dead disease proved the stronger and at the the hour above named he breathed his last The deceased was a son of Mr T P Jeffries He was born in sell county but reared in Adair II he lived until the 6th day of April next would have beeir forty nlae years His wife is a sister of Mr T P Dunbar and besides ber the deceased leaves ten children He was a good citizen a devoted husband and an dulgent father He will be grea missed from the neighborhood rvh he so long resided The funeral s vices were conducted Monday by E Z T Williams and the interment w in the family burying ground The Russell Circuit Court will begin the third Monday In February with a docket up to the average The business of the court is invariably up due to the dilligence of Mr T B Morrison who is the very efficient Sheriff is always in a hurry and the Circe Judge usually finds that every pap placed in his bands have been executed if the parties could be found in the county The suit to set up the will of Bryan Nelson will probably be tried on appeal from the County Court at term Quite a number of lawyers are engaged in this case and some very fine legal points will be brought utofTheplatntiffabiiss Williamson e the suit before the County amount involved us two thousa dollars and the question is did BranI Uyer er have two thousand dollars of his es aBThe meeting now in progress in t city Is for the benefit of the human family and to it all denominations a most earnestly and respectfully Invited to attend and take part in the It is the object of the pastor and womenhe to any pisou with the religious body of your choice In our ccbecomeway plain Religion is practi kyand there is no excuse for men not living better lives Therefore when minister convinces you of yo urr thtteDOCKETEDdThe following arc the number of cases JaIn Equity Beferences and appear ances83OrdlnaryUcfercnccs and appear sores 14 Commonwealth Misdemeanors nd ctfelonies not before the court 218 Fel before the court 10 Change of Appointment wish to state that for reasons whl chrho the preacher in charge and the presi cider thinks altogether satisfac the quarterly meeting has he enisanged from Columbia to Carmel a ndhehe held toWorJL Slurrell P E Inwnt Arthur Cravens F W Cravens J G McCaffree W G Burohett W S Hurt Jo Dudley F W Harris tl K Ford J Edriugton C W Brynut of ne Hartfield S W Strange W Coffey A C Coffey J Bell Wyutt Stapp F L Sol CheathaC0 m Jid0 Laseo na McOlister N B Dohouey U Hendrickson R L 11midst Hood W T Bryant J R Dlyrgt Morgan John IVvery Corned 1 C liurmon RI How CANE VALLEY O R Banks was in Louisville list Fairdutb nt Illinois v as vis hl velastLester Turner Mannsville here List week Mr Frank Rice and wife are visiting relatives in Springfield gycod jSouiliDECATURSceThe new store open under tto firm tits B d t Co is doing a flour 41UC liUaluess J I Cravens a careful farmer of this tli place is preparlug for his uext crop Jack Urovsu Lax lately married and tu tint place opposite Sam ters rockeder ist GtY Bruwu received telephone agu Informing him that his sister llw Mrs Lincoln Tarter was v k Mr Bruwu has returned and trusts per better J IC Butcher t aril Harris and the VVade buys Jbkye tci kcPbtrytbliig iliL and are hunting the sly old fox Woe to the fox that gets in their way The post office at this place has been moved into the lure of S B Wade Co and the removal was followed b an increase in business of the office MILLTOWN bedsdeMeyimproving rapidly Wyley Bennett died a few days ago with pneumonia and brain fever Wadbeen visiting his daughter Mrs Katie McCaffre has returned home Rev Gordon will preach at Pullar chapel Sunday ufteruuou Miss Mollie Thomas is vtsting uncle Mr C I Thomas in Texas cuuutyereeais erThere are about fifteen cases of M assles in this community Miss Lawyson of Hart county Mr Elie Chewin were the guest r Miss Mont Thomas Tuesday night Mrs Sarah McCaffree is visiting her son R T McCaffree VESTER omOur merchants arc having fine trade erJS Breeding and son Cassius ited in our midst last weekI youngladyEsto recently Mr J F Neat was in Colum UiaernMonday week Mrs Cattle Willis andsonBeuford Joppa visited the family of Mr J daysagugcnd their next Pearl Neat is visiting relatives on Green river Mr Warren Sallee an energetic is occupying his residence nearJ asslshhisant offsrevisited her parents lat Saturday Sundays Miss Virgie Tupiu iri lias beets vblE ting near Cane Valley GRADYVILLEto L S Smith is iu Cumberland buying mules Rev T L Hulse will preach at the Baptist church next Stiuduy J H Turk Camberla county was calling on friends here 1V J Rev Sandidgu preached an in teresting sermon at Union Sundayt Messrs Allen Pile cud H C Flowers were here last Snndayc Quite a number from this pl attended the sale at Mr M Murrells last Saturday and report bat little stock sold Mr H A Walker willmove to the country in a few days and Mrsu Julia Baker and son will occupy residence he moved fromC Cloytods He thinking of moving here so that can sued his children to school e would be pleased to have them Miss Mollie Caldwell of Port laud visited relatives here 51weekMr Sam Lewis passed through here last week en route for Kelt ner where he expected to buy a furs ColumbRiamade utbythe tmooevery school districts which is certoinlySl gofiMr GcorgK Keltner was in ono day lust week and formed us that the tobacco he ieUoctht and shipped had brought fair prices M iBter Willie Usurer who the misfortune of spraining his aitkl uhile at school is rapidly improving and will soon be out to try Villie a little son of Mr and Mrs J A Diddle happied t ry serious accident oue day lust younredin dex linger n his right and was severed Ho is getting a long nicely cud we trust will soon bo M r J N Coffey and wife a r W A Coffey and wife offvisited Misses a Bel tie Smith last Sunday Plant bed sowi g is here again aiid formers are making use of the Bpliiulid opportunity afford d m Tobacco ee i are going in the ground every BJdj and sownT All crop at a good PrteeThis Tho present growing crop of wh considered the worst look proppect that has been seen for at many years Farmers claim that grChaaj rAHullnlof I for 350 00 to W0 Turk 5 head of cattle for 8700 to R E Tan dy 12 hogs at 4i eta 25 hogs Jy25 hogs at 4ja They also bought 40 head of cat tle in Cumberland county and 25 head of cattle and 100 hose in tcalfe county at prices that can be sold reasonable They bought one cow from M J Murrell at 2850 oleo one mule of H A lker for 6750 We are sure of Democratic ant ftilsanotherter LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Lire CkYardsCATTLE Extra shipping W 554 75 Lightshipping 4 25e4 60 Best butchers 3 654 Fair to good butchers 3 253 75 Commontomediumbtchr 3 003 35 atcoosChoice packing and butch 200 to 300 Jbs 535 Fair to good packing 160 to 2001bs 530 Good to extra light 120 to 160 lbs 620 SHEEP AND LAKES Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 753 00 FairtogooJv 2 502 76 Common to medium 2 002 50 Cureelbirad ias they cannot reach the seat of the di Catarrh is a blood onconstitu fleas disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians this coun prescripudbest tonic known combined with the best bood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combina of the two ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results in Catarrh Send tor testimonial PropseprigJare The Mothers Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the favorite It Is pleasant anti safe for children to take and always It is intended especially for coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is the best medicine matte for these diseases There is not tlu least danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other inji rious drugs and may be given as confi Furantby M Cravens rr wJ lRfiiiJs Ci J lottape you watched its marvelous jjrowtn If not The Weekly En wants to study the strides it hs The first census of the Unite States was taken in 1810 Since then succeeding ten years The re as follows Population Yew Population 8107239881 18803t 4331820 9633822 1870 385583i 1880501557iu85023191878hyou the figures of a basis of calculation The problem now is What will be the populatic recetbadyearTHEengage all in a studyof their cour To this end will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu theoas ivaiS300DODgetids rd 750CC thetourth olhefiflh 2500- Totterirto 2000C- TbthiMTinth 500C Totdenextl0eaed 1COOO adToOeaaxt50eoeh50titrtotrtrtmgEo 25000 25000 next 500 eoh 10 UlOUting 5000 rothmatl630etth mmto 765000 2197 cash presents amounting to 2500000 In case of a tie money equally di vided Every gUess on the above ptoposi tion must be accompanied by a year subscription to the WEEKLY ENQUIRER caretheWEEKLY ENQUIRER contest will close a month before the result of the census will l e theinsWashington D C Subscription price for the WEEKLY onJytoollparticularsSend nil Orders far fiWtfutriER c t tectfltlatt QUiK LIBERTY 0 II Purtuian is building an addition to his cottagehi Mr Floyd Kidd is erecting a handsome residence in town Miss Lelia Montgomery of of Stanford is visiting her cousin Miss Pear Montgomery Miss Julia Stagg of the Huston ville College spent Saturday and Sunday at homePJosh Stone who was by the bed side of his father during his ill ness has returned to Washington Mrs George E Stoue returned home last Saturday from Montin cello where she had been visiting friends and relatives for the past three weeks L Herren here sold hist 1residence to T J Bell The sume V paid understand was twelve hundred dollars possession to be given at once Dr Herreu will is undecided as to the locationiMrs Patsy Marples has bought- of H W Phillips the property now occupied by Attorney Tartert Mr Tarter as he is seeking the nomination for County Attorney on the Republican ticket will 10u cute somewhere in townuCapt Lillard of Boyle Demo cratic candidate for the nomination for Senator of this district was in town last week in the in terest of his canvass It is Caseys time to nominate but as she has the office litno aspirant for very tle interest fur is bong manifested iU in the fight We now have a new sheriff and also a new jailor T J Bell has been appointed sheriff in the place of J M Brown who from some cause declined to act longer Mr Bell resigned his office as jailer and J M Brown appointed in his place The change seems to be satisfactorily with the peoples Dr W D Stone a wellknown and highly respected citizen of this county died at his late hemet one mile south of this place on the night of the 7th of a complication of troubles aged 71 years The remains were takes to Hug tonville and after a very impres sive ceremony by Eld J Q Mont gomery his body was consigned to its final resting place to await the call on judgment morn He leaves to mourn the loss of a gen tie loving husband and kind and noble father a wife and two sons 4 Josh and Will Stone May the the Almighty in His infinite good f inHussk their tribtittitnd let thorn drentto you in lifo so is he devottd to you in iOatb lie WIH a duvoul Chriguuu JIM high up in Mnson rYetOno day in the spring of 1884 Mrs Frederick White of Covent ry NY asked her husband to bring her a sack of flour from a nearby store He started to d 30 and that was the last she yaw of him until one day lust week when he walked into the house vith a sack of flour on his should r saying as he sat it down that pad not forgotten the errand He tas been in the far West has ac cumulated a good deal of money md will take Mrs White to his vestern home The second step in the election of a President was taken Monday of last week when the electors of the various States 447 in nuuihHr met at their several Stay apual md voted as the voters directed November 6 The third 1d fill step will be taken Fwiiruir 18 when Cougresi will1ecHr wiii the usual formality that iMuKib ley and Roosevelt are Presidout tend Vice President elect Two weeks later March 4 comes the inauguration John Herrington of Nichulis county is 103 years and 8 months old He is well preserved und at the last November election walk ed two miles to his voting place The County Court has just releas ed him from the papment of poll tax on the ground that a man who has leved in three centuries should be sxempt Representative C K Wheeler of the First district who is a candidate for the Democratic nomi nation for United States Senator announces that he favors the pri mary election plan of making a nomination and is willing to sub mit his claims to the Democratic voters of his State i 4 y F The Great Gospel Revival The Nineteenth Century lin justly characterized as the century of science and an important body of men has resolved thai tho Twentieth shall bo a centun religious faith beyond all parallel It huts been the custom for many years for all Christian do iiminations to devote the firs vek of every new year tj specie but this time it ia expected that the week of prajer11 wiH be ruainjy a preparation for long and vigorous Christian campaign The Twentieth Century National Gospel Campaign Com with headquarters ju Now York has been organized uS branch of an niternational association A call has been issuedI ministers and Christian lead in the church to makt the week of prayer the introduction to a Twentieth Century Gospel campaign that shall continue tttil- the coming of the Lord A sim call has been sent out fron to the miuistees of Great Britau The address to Christians in country has been signed bj many prominent clergymen of Nnxv York Brooklyn Philadelphii other Eastern cities Assur of hearty sympathy and operation have been received fron virtually all of the great religious bodies of the United States Tht campaign will be entirely novel and strictly interdenominational The general or central committee- it is expected will suggest the line work to be followed but each denomination will pursue its own methods calling on the committee for whatever aid be required- So far the movement has been quiet and almost secret It was not until pledges cooperation had been received from religious leaders whose aid is deemed sential to success that any public statement was made So well ad vanced are the preliminaries however that tho members of tho in ternational committee declare belief that the movement will effect the Cbristiauizatiou of the worldElizabethtown News Rev Poton II Hoge pastor of the Warren Memorial Presbyterian Church Louisville began a jrusade on vico in that city in a HTmou befoie the united congre rations of the numerous churches rle read Judge Parkers recent instructions to the grand jury and isked who was to blame for tho awlessuess wickedness and vice going on in all parts of the city The sermon caused quite a sensa tim nut only among church peo tIH but among gamblers and eal tIlt nen- Soar days sujo two nuwi visited the homo of Joe Godfrey a well odo negro who lives near Beat yville representing that they vishud to sell corn Godfrey was ilisent but his wife agreed to take thcorn and was led to divulge the fast that Godfrey had 300 in- he house She charges that the nen drew revolvers and seizing the box containing tho money paired to a field broke it open md rode off with the money Jailer Hammond secured a description of the men and arrested them tear the Estill line A new religious organization national in scope and composed af former officers of the Salvation Army is contemplated in this country to have headquarters in New York City There are it is Hid 7000 puffins in this county tl huv left tlin Salvation Army uI iiiiinv of them desire to con fihu ark along ihn line nf the iriuv The name of the new or ganization is to ne the Christian Comrades Burglars entered the postoffice ut Dixon Tenn the other night few the safe open and took there rum a quantity of stamps of va ious denominations and a small mount of money The safe was blown to atoms proving the job to be that of professionals There is no clue seat out of an Increase uf His Pension- A Mexican war veteran and promI- nent editor writesIf Seeing the ad ertisemcnt of Chamberlains Colic holera cod Diarrhoea Remedy I am eminded that as a soldier in Mexico i47 and 48 1 contracted Mexican liarrhoea and this remedy has kept me from getting an increase in my pension tor on every renewal a dose of it re itores me It is unequalled as a quick iiiro for diarrhoea and is pleasant and to tau For sale by M Cravens kT The ministers of the Christian church in Kansas City adopted a strong protest against the holding of the Jeff riesBuhlin fight in that city The protest was addressed to the directors of Convention Hall where the contest would be held if brought from Kansasc City to Cincinnati The Farmers Home Fire Insurance Company Junction City Ky 200001 si rung Insures all kinds of property except steam mills hemp and tobacco Rates reasonable Insures agulns Fire Lightning and Wind Z M STAPLES County Director- T A MURRELL AJtentIA N WELLS for many years the Continental General Manager Miss Inez Culver aged 20 years a rose at daybreak at her home at Cory don Henderson county went out in the yard and swallowed an ounce of carbol- Ic acid She died in the afternoon She had many times threatened to com mitsuieide but left no explanations Any cough is serious enough to war rant prompt attention It is what It may result in that makes a cough dan gerous 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 promptly effective as Morleys hone Pectoral Price 23 cents Ask your druggist Any ablebodied young man who isam bilious to get killed or crippled would stand a better chance by julnlnga first class foot ball team than by training a prizefighter Last year nine foot ball players died from injuries received in the game while statistics show that only 54 prizefighters have died from the results of hurts received in the ring within the past 142 years Sore and swollen joints sharp shoot- Ing torturing muscles no rest no sleep That means rheumatism It is a stubborn disease to fight but Chamberlains Pain Balm has conquered it thousands of times It will do so whenever the opportunity is offered Try it One application relieves the palo Sold by M Cravens Some of the smart Republican editors who seem to know In advance how it will be furnish the information that the Court of Appeals with a Republican majority will decide that the pardon is issued to Caleb Powers by Taylor is valid A Womans Weariness Womans sensitiveness makes them subject to more intense weariness than men The melancholy depression and exhaustion they suffer is due to sluggish action of their organs which loads the system with impurities poisons tho hlnort and shatters their nerves Morleys Sarsaparilla and iron will leanse the system revitalize the serves and gives strength and energy Sold by agent in every town Kentuckys matchless Senator Deboe eems to be giving all of his working lours to the task of distributing Federal patronage to his hungry clientage It Girdles The Globe The fame of Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best in the world extends round the earth Its the one perfect healer or Cuts Corns Burns Bruises Sores Scald Boils Ulcers Felons Aches iainsnnd all Skin Eruptions Only nfallihle Pile cure 25c a box at TE Crockett a weal by farmer of Bath county was badly hurt by a mule running over him and kicking Am in the tare The Mothers Favorite Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the Mothers favorite It is pleasant and afe for children to take and always tires It is intended especially for ougbs colds croup and whooping ougb and is the best medicine made or these diseases There is not the east danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other inju ious drugs and may be given as confidently to a babe as to an adult For sale by M Cravens Chicago usually goes the whole hog lot to be outdone by any Other city it comes to the front with lOOOoo cases of grip Thousands Sent into Exile Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate But tbs is costly and not always sure Dont be an exile when Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption will cure you at home Its the most infalliole medicine for Coughs Colds arJ all Throatand Lung diseases on earth Tbe first dose brings relief Astounding cures result persistent use Trial bottles free at T E Paul Price and 100 Ev rfbottle guaranteed t Ty J ef COLUMBIA 4 AND Gampbellsville Stage Line 0GOOD STOCK COMFORTABLE STAGE SAFE DRIVER 0 Gouneous Attention to Passengers Leaves Columbia a m and makes connce lion with LouIsville train Leaves Campbells ville 320 pm JUlt after arrival of Louisville except Sunday Calls at Marcum Hi tcl promptly attended to Express at Reed filler GEORGE LEE Prop PARSON MOSS CO BLACKSMITHS WOODWORKERS COLTJItfBIA KENTUCKY We arc prepared to do any kind of work in our liic in firstclnss order We have been iu me business fur 25 years and know how to do work Our prices are as low aud terms as reasonable- as any firstclass mechanics We wil take country produce at market value Give us call Shop near Columbia Mill Co LIVE STOCK MARKET Reported by the Louisville Live Stock Exchange Bourbon Stock- Yards CATTLE Extra shipping 4 554 75 Lightshipping 4 254 50 Best butchers 3 654 25 Fair to good butchers 3 253 75 Common to medium btchr 3 003 35 nOGs Choice packing and butchers 200 to 300 lbs 535 Fair to good packing 160 to 2001bs 5 30 Good to extra light 120 to 160 tbs 5 20 SIIEEP AND LAKBS Good to extra shipping Sheep 3 75q3 00 Fair to Rood 2 502 75 Common to medium 2 0Otf 2 50 Pat Crowe the alleged Omaha kid napper is something of a ubiquitous character lie has been seen in a doz en places at the same time The State Board of Health promises to visit its wrath upon people who call it Cuban itch when it is small pox Frank Fl indium was killed at asap mill in Clay City by a slibslrikingblcn in the breast Joe Noel shot and mortally woupleci Mark Spence at High Bridge When you visit Louisville stop at the New Phoenix Hotel FirstclasS fare and well located corner of 7th and Market Streets ly nnIOllC HI f h riavti you watched its marvel growth If not The Weekly quircr wants to study the strides it hj made The first census of the United States was taken in 1810 Since then every succeeding ten years The sult has been as follows Year Population Year Population 18107239881 18SO 31J4332I 1820 9633822 1870 38J58S71 1830 12888020 1880 60155783 1840 17069453 1890 62622250 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 announced in July of the census year THE WEEKLY ENQUIRER is anxious to engage all in a study of their country To this end it will distribute cash amounting to 25000 for solu tions received of the population of the United States Census as follows firstnearest cum 3000 150000 Tothethird 75000 50000 25000 the sixth 20000 TotheMtenth 15000 the next 100000 next 50 50 amcUJlting 2SOOCC next imonatiog 250000 next troonating 5000 nut 1630 tth uncrating 7S5 2197 cash presents amounting to 25OuGvJ In case of a tie money equally di vided Every guess on the above proposi tion must be accompanied by a yfcr subscription to the WEEKLY ILxQUiRun You can guess as often as yna cur to inclose ul crijnion prix totf VESKLV F Thi mutest will cjjse amnlt ire ti rt1 tt ICronov n uUfiH ltv f jtliirrt 01ltl C 11 fii pi itr t fj r r r JFrv d pJe e M iixr r a tlr iiUiijifiult little I ai 8W Young Women The entry into womanhood a critical or a girL Little men strual disorders started at that time soon grow into fatal complications That female troubles are proves this Wine of Cardui lishes a painless and natural menstrual flow When once this important tion is started right a healthy life will usuallyfoUow Many women young old owe their lives to Wine of Cardui There is nothing like it to give women freedom from pain and toIfit for every duty of life 100 bottle at druggists Delia Strayer Tully Karu have suffered untold pain at menstrual periods for a long time was nervous had no appetite and lost interest in everything in fact was miserable have taken four bottles of of Cardui with Thedfords BlackDraught when needed and today am entirely cured I cannot express the thanks feel for what you have done for me ForadTlee cues requiring special dlroo ttonsaddressgtvlog symptoms the Ladles Adrlsorr Department The Chattanooga sled Chattanooga Tonn The City Council of Chicago has a dupttd a lITlilllilOCe dosing all theaters and other places of amusement in Chi cago until too buildings arc Inspected and pronutiiiced safe This action will interfere with the engagements ol Mansfiild Cerrihardt aid other notable actors The step is taken in quence of the panic in Turner Hall las Saturday when five persons were kill eel and nearly forty injured Almost Blind Mr D Kessing Bannock Ky says My little four year old girls eyes were so weak from birth that she could not stand any light at all Was treated by several physicians without benefit My neighbors persuaded me to buy Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron iron Mr O Daugherty Bannock Ky Three bottles not only restored her sight but made her stronger and heal tiller than she ever was in herlife Sold by agent in every town Nota White Man In It A reverend gentleman from Chicago here on a visit tells of an enterprise in his city designed to show that the nc gro there has determined to solve the problem as to whether he is able to take his place in the world as some thing besides a servitcr says the Nov York Times About a year ago said he a negro nauifri Turner tour esutl seveuUCti toot ol ills rage iu a scheme to start a CurcmLi stun for the buntfit of the colored IICIlh in the vicinity wiivro they mired start lug with a capital of looo a smal store was leased and fitted up as a meat market and grocery pccial at teutiitJ biiiig paid Iu tin tintigs thin negroes regard Il necessaries unit deli odes Only negroes are omploved a s clerks and delivery men From tu outset the scheme has been a success nearly all of the original subscriber- to the fund fur starting the place be iug now actively employed in it lH the plui iriivi lvl Miiit there ud bt uu uuihuljh pr li line 194 go xlivillt tplliil lias hi UCCIIIliU listed anti tnc lurni Oi IIHIUM Company lid un a iu raiiug m tie trade wiLh no truublu abut credit So successful has brew tuu cieiu that time company is now to ustiibiisi regular Jupariiueur ntt ru uu the uf here run hi ttlitIt men Quarter H1jIi IlwHPJ etbriahti 11 t hr t5htimttt kt dry gMd ii y ii sttnvsand cSwtli lug has Lee a jiiii i aiif u iii opened aur1IIIilIaJ eulirdy LIa Dine crew v u iu a lnd rut busi iiess Kiuioes ti iii Ue bun ill all Btst at p iic ircjj Mjcus fil in Me various tnrn lien uf triple stunt lire k be ul Kl have Uryu eugimi ij stir cu live Miiiih niii wnji tlMirliiiip tlii Ciiunil lifiiplr tit Ilrci jliiik jiity wit f JlllU tirl H 11111 Clllfll CCSfllll irie fi vJti lion With thuexcepiioti nt an fnU iiMi incut In PtiiluUVltiViaVuii oil a oun Jsbltsittirarbutti 1H uiptetthtuut a plllll 111i1 UNliU ito Ill UlAt LIII iiw s c taiishtuhCof the Kind fit the sortii ItchmuuJ1a has a store conducted liy fie nns url wihOnly iicgro help lhal huts bust a success frtm stairs It seems rather strange that with o largi a tieyru p p uluUod and with mutt uulth among them sueh a scheme lie Iut biiti sled iu this cityi tiijit IJoJ Martin oifuof tho uot Iirln t5ffir ttgh lilileidlht tui d rCO IIhrat rts flIll Luua illtyjlii TlHjr xRlj In NTn V IIJ PATTERSON HOTEL JAM65TOYALN KY No otter place can tie found than at the above named hotel It is new elegantly furnished and theta ble at all times sup plied with the best the market affords O Feed Stable in con aeetionr PATTERSON Proprietor lRIEGER IililER vAV WHOLESALE 3LVNUFACTUREIIS OF SflDDliES flatness and Strap Work 172 Fourth Avenue Represented bu J 1ln liOtllSVlbliE IcY- J c h DUCKNJm Fn I IIUCKNEK JlI BUCKNER JB rredeal Vce Presid ut Secy and Tress Buckner Tobacco Warehouse So 313319 CHAPEL ST BET MAIN AND MARKETAND 216220 TENTH ST JOUISaLJE KV SPECIAL TSTTSNTION Cli EN PRIILRTB SKLSS FOUR MONTHS FREE STORAGE Independent House Mark your Hhds BUCKNER HOUSE E LHUGHESCOMPANY WHOLESALE V SASH f DOORS iq BLINDS MOULDINGS new Lumber Warehouse which we have just com OUR beingsituated on the railroad is well stocked with all kinds of Dressed Lumber Lath and Shingles BBBD MILLER Agents Columbiar No other package coffee goes so i far or ives- i such entire tsatisfaction asRG- ASTEDCOFFEEARBUCKLES Costs only a cent mom than tho common kinds Gives dps and better than nnfjof It many Imlt Uons Save the wrappcreeacb IoaoetiCesyou to a part or lame useful article tho IIstla J ach package BROS Notion rAARBUCKLE Cly N Y ll Deptl i t