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THE ABAIE COUNTY NEWS
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1 VOLUME 3 COLUMBIA AMI COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1900 DUMBER 13
I POioFlCE DIRECTORY
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judge r ooh
t Covu M uth J Atutn yi1L W Aaron
t bhcriJi tJ W HarLI
i ClerkJuo H Gaffey j
Cocavr CccrTFiwt Monday in each month 1
JudgcJ W Butler
ColtS Attormsy Jia G + rnett Jr
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puswr Services coond md fourth Sunday
ncichmon to Suaayschoulat9a m cveI
5 bjath Prayer meeting very Wednesday
night j
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BJDLWrdat every BalAntli at 9 a m Prayer
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JOiiS fi CONsVER Proprietor
woiiifiibia Kentucky
HH1iI1 is < IW of the best in thisI
1Sfet flD or th j Stat It is a large
evr tlIct etHuiinintr twentyeight
o < m sit lql iitily fwrni bhed Good
nnp fajiK d lilt table IS sup
tici w liI t OlL 0 provisions the coun
try iji trr Jvi i s v ry reasonable
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BURXSVILLE STREET
CoJjubia Ky
JUNIUS HANCOCK Prop
btu Th above Hotel has been re
tted repainted and is now ready for
the mifortablf accommodation of
guest i able supplied with the best
the market affords Rates reasonable
aotid sample room Feed stable a
bed
RESTAURANT
T A3fJJfc Krll Iroprletor
LEE w wtroJf KY
This bland is located nar the de
del
pot and nxesils are furnished at all
hours at 25 cents per meal The best
eatables the tiuntry affords Ele
gant itUnir rif > us for ladies
GOrJMfiRGIAL HOTEL
JAMESTOWN KY
HOLT WJSHAii J Proprietors
rpnR hove yam o htel was Jtc nUt opened
TDH has had a tu ran from the start Mr I
Bolt looks after the cannery department aDd
le that the table > supplied at ail time
with the very best tho market affords The
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proprietors goot aro samp t iiivf oons and the polite building to
ill sjnvenient t she business houses First
clans l Tcry attached to the hotel Terms very
tea Jo onatide
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JI CAVEATTRADUARK COPYRIGHT or DESIGN i I
PROTECTION Send model sketch or photo j
far tree examination and advice
IODI OM PATENTS
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FREE NoAttys S
NoAttysfee
fee before patent I
CASNWt CO i
Uawrcrs WASHINGTON DC
1Ladles FaTorite Morleys Idttlo Liver
Pills for Bilious People are tho ladies
G favorite because they are small sai lyT
taken and do their work quietly
I1 bat effectually One a dose t Sold > y
WM Bell Joppa Ky <
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FROM TEXAS
ANNA TEX Jan 27 1900As lam
a reader of the News aud believing
that a short letter from this place
would probably be of interest to many
of my Kentucky friends prompts me
to write Thi town of Anna Is in the
county of Collin the banner county of
the State and Is situated on the n
T C R R It is a prosperous and bus
iness town containing 13 business
houses livery stable two blck smith
shops both proprietors of said shops
Mr H Cundiff and J A Smith being
from Kentucky and are doing a good I
businessMessrs
Messrs Zack Shaw and Wm Perkins
are visiting in Casey countyKy
We see quite a number of Russell
county people every day namely Judge
Collins J C Barger Capt F I Wol
ford Frank P Sulhan N C Barnes
G P Collins Dr Lairs family DrI
Strange W J Judd and Charles Cra
vens and they all seem to enjoy this
lilac mud tt They are all prosperous
and highly respected citizens of Anna
Miss Lillian Wolford of this place
in company with a party from McKin
ney Texas will visit the Worlds Ex
position at Parris France leaving the
1st of June They will also visit Eng
land Ireland and Scotland
Having a Great Kurt on Chamber
laiuS Gouh Remedy
Manager Martin thePierson drug
store informs us that he is having a
great run on Chamberlains Cough
Remedy lie sells five bottles of that
medicine to one of any other kind and
it gives great satisfaction In these
days of la grippe there is nothing like
Chamberlains Cough Remedy to stop
the cough heal up the sore throatand
lungs and give relief within a very
short time The sales ale growing
and all who try it are pleased with its
prompt r l lJSouth Chicago Dally
Calumet Ft sale by IiI Cravens
CAMP KNOX
There is quite a good deal of la
grippe in this neighborhood
Mr TG Taylor was in Russell coun
ty last week looking for a farm with
view of purchasing
Rev T F Walton of Columbia fill
ed his regular appointment atEbene
zer Sunday and had quite a large con
gregation
R L Tiiisklus made a flying trip to
Lebanon last week to see about the
erection of u dwelling en a lot he has
purceased there
Married at the home of the bride
Wednesday Jan 24 Mr II A Mitch
ell of Pineville and Miss Anna Ing
ram of this place The bride is a pop
ular and accomplished young lady and
will be greatly missed in the society
circles while the groom is a promising
youg telegraph operator The happy
couple left with the good wishes M the
entire neighborhood Friday morning
for their home at Pineville
Bravo Mon Fall
Victims to stomach liver and kidney
troubles as well as women and all feel
the results in lobs of appetite poisons
in the blood backache nervousness
headache and tired lissless rundown
feeling But theres no need to feel
like that J W Gardner of Idaville
Ind says Electric Bitters arc just
the thing for a man when he dont
whether us lives or dies It gave me
new strength and a good appetite I
can new eat anything and have a new
lease on life Only 50 cents at T E
1Paulis drug store Every bottle guar
anteed
FELIX
Prof Kennett has been teaching a
class In penmanship at Coffeys school 1
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house for the past ten days and gave
perfect satisfaction
There isquitc agooddcal of interest
being taken ia the protracted meeting
at Clear Springs church
Mr B F Edmonds who has been on
the sick list for several days is slowly
improving
Mr Robt Wilson has bought an In
terest in J A Wilsons store and the
firm is having a fine trade
Eld John Stanton preached a ser
mon on sanctification at the Christian
Cbappel the Second Sunday
Working NJfflit And Day
The busiest and mightiest little
es
thing that ever was made Is Dr Kings
Mew Life Pills These pills change
weakness into strength listlessness in
to energy brainfag Into menial pow
er Theyre wonderful in building up
Py
the health Only 25cper box Sold by
TE Paul
T1ta rs CliO be e1I W1 t5
nt sfsee NaVE lLASTER oa
It Is believed there will be no troub
le Jn getting the present Legislature
to provide for new State bulldlDiIJ
A Night of Terror
Awful anxiety was felt for the t
widow of the General Burnham of
Machlas Mes hen the doctor said she
would die from pneumonia before 1
morning writes Mrs S H Lincoln 1
who attended her that fearful night 1
but she begged for Dr Kings NewI
Discovery which had more than once
saved her life and cured her of consumption
1
sumption After taking she slept allJ
night Further use cured her this
marvelous medicine is guarenteed to
cure all throat chest and lung Diseas j
es Only 50c and 100 Trial bottle
free at T E PaulPs Drug store bottleI
Mayor Tom Taggart of Indianapo I
lis says he is not in the race for Gov
ernor of Indiana but he thinks well of I
DemocratlcprospectsI
Chronic Soro Leg
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Mr J Richardson had a running I
sore on his leg for 20 years Tried doc
tors and medicines witbout end or any
permanent good Mr L B Normally 1
I
ly druggist Hartford la recom
mended Morleys Sarsaparilla and Iron
to cure the cause of the sore and make
it heal from the inside A few bottles
cured my leg and put me in better
health than I have been for 20 years
Sold by W M Bell Joppa Ky 1
The Madison county Board of Health
has officially announced that smallpox
exists in that county
Nervous Prostration
I had nervous trouble for years
which at times completely prostrated
me and made life not worth living I
tried many physicians and no end of
nerve and other remedies without re
bet Mr N1 Crews merchant Ma
Icy Iowa pervaded me to try Morlcy
Sarsiparllla and Iron The Tery first
bottle went to the right spot for 1
felt a complete uhange and now after
using six bottles in all lam perfectly
well Mrs Lcttle Fisher
In Bath county Toll Gray mistook
Chas Edwards for a burglar and shot
him perhaps fatally
Stood Death Off
E R Monday a lawyer of Henrietta
Tex once fooled a gravedigger He
says My brother was verry low with
malarial fever and jaundice 1 per
suaded him to try electric bitters and
he was soon much better but con
tinued their use un till he was wholly
cured I am sure Electric Bitters
saved his life This remedy expels
malaria kills disease germs and puri
fies the blood aids digestion regulates
liver kidneys and bowels cures consti
pation dyspepsia nervous diseases
kidney troubles female complaints
gives perfect health Only 50c at T
E Paulls drug store
The Boers report smashing the head i
quarters of Gen White atLadysmith
with a shot from Long Tom
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible Burn
Scald Cut or Bruise Bucklens Arni
ca Salve will kill the pain and prompt
ly heal it Cures Fever Sores Ulcers
Boils Corns nil Skin Eruptions Best
Pile cure on earth Only 25cts a box
Cure guaranteed Sold byTe E Paull
druggist
druggistThe
The big anthracite miners strike
talked of in Central Pennsylvania is
off
A young JUan came into our store
yesterday suffering from a severe at
tack of cramp colic witcs B F Hess
miller and general merchant Dickeys
Mountain Pa He had tried various
home remedies without relief As I
had used Chamberlains Bollc Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy I gave him a
dose and it soon brought him out al
right I never saw a fellow so rejoic
ed tt Sold by M Cravens
Scores of lives were lust as the result
of floods In Tacoma
I want to lot the people who suffer
from rheumatism and sciatica know
that Chamberlains Pain Balm reliev
ed me after a number of other medi
cines and a doctor had failed It is
the best liniment I have ever known
otJ A DODQEK Alpharetta Ga
Mhousands have been cured of rheu
matism by this remedy One applica
tion relieves the pain For sle by M
t5Cravens
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SOD BLBPHANT STORIES
KMBirlraUt lutucu ef That Animals
laUlllgtaca
The lioriti of elephant sagacity
wigbX iadeed fill a volume for all
their actions are marked though in
urioui degrees bj clear signs of this
fsaUty In the year 1863 an elephant
wag employed at a station in India
ie pile tip hUTJ logsa work Wnch
theM uiJn will perform with great
Mttaeea and pled The superin
tendent of the labor suspected the
kupu f stealing the rice appor
tioned for the animals food The
Situ of eonrse protested with all the
vehemence of a native against the
barge and bemoaned his hard fate
fee being exposed to such a cruel sus
tefoa It so happened that the ele
han was standing by during the
fcraA ftUcnuion and though no one
eappt ed the creature understood the
words uttered the result was remark
abU The animal suddenly laid hold
ei a large wrapper which the man
wore around his waist and tearing it
ptD let oat some quarts of rice which
the fellow had stored away under the
tohuniaon wrapper Further evi
not was needless either of the
mans guilt or the elephants sagacity
The animal had probably teen the
roguish attendant place its food in his
cloth and had simply taken the op
portunity of recovering its rights So
closely do elephants remember the
signification of the signs which have
been taught them thai they will in
stantly obey the gentlest signal such
as the lifting of a finger or the slight
est touch on their ears
Bishop Heber tells of a malicious
man who induced his elephant to kill
a woman by giving the sign of attack
to the animal he was riding Some
natives had however witnessed the
proceeding and so clear was their tee
timony that the man was hanged for
the murder The Mohammedan sol
diers in the moguls army trained
their elephant to destroy the numer
ous email images of the Hindu divin
ities Of course the soldiers pretend
ed that the wise and theological ani
mals had an innate hatred of idolatry
which could not be restrained The
Hindus knew better and divined that
a secret sign was given to the well
taught beasts Indeed there is scarce
ly an act from the killing of a man
to the uncorking ofn wine bottle
which these clever quadrupeds can
not perform The Exeter change el
ephant showed his reasoning powers
PL the following device witnessed by
Mr Jowe This gentleman was giv
tag come potatoes to his huge pet
Then one fell on the floor just beyond
the sweep of the animals trunk A
Sew inches behind the potato was a
irall The animal blew strongly
Against the vegetable Of course this
eent it further off still from the trunk
against the wall but the recoil
brought the potato back nearer than
feefore to the elephant which then se
cured its prize It teems absurd to
oppose that tho animal knew any
thing about action and reaction but
the deed performed and the result
Detained were net what reason might
have suggested to a clever child
Goldon Days
DaysHIS
HIS SYSTEM
Business Man Adopts a Modem Plan for
Remembering Things
In the private office the head of the
rirm was closeted with the most impor
tant outoftown customer who had
found that some matter of discounts
or error in statement or correction of
list price or some other picturesque
detail of the higher finance made it
imperative on him to visit the city
even though it was the holiday season
It must have been business of the ut
most importance for even the confi
dential stenographer had been dis
missed Whatever it may have been
there was at least the evidence of ci
gars and hearty laughter to prove
that it had been transacted to the sat
isfaction of both After that had
been settled the head of the firm
broached the subject of entertain
ment The customer was perfectly
wfllingto take in a show that very
evening and all the rest of the good
things that might come his way and
it was the privilege of the resident
business man to send out to reserve
treats
treatsTil
Til show you a wrinkle that may
be new to you he said with commer
cial pride You dont suppose that
we pay box office prices or spec
ulators premiums when it is possible
to get just as good seats as there are
hx the house at 50 ffJust you
Trait while I telephone and youll see
rn find the man in just a minute
That the advantage of carrying sys
Jusn
look at this arrangement I guess
Its got in it pretty nearly everything
I want to know Suppose I have an
ideaxEome day Well I jot down a
memorandum on any piece of paper
tbIiI tttott fckndv and Then I tivs
I
leisure I file it away under its proper
bead in this system Then when I
want to tuo that idea all I hart to do
is to turn to it right here and find it
at once along with everything else I
know on the subject Jnat you watch I
me In his case the subject is the
ater tickets and where can I get them j t
at a bargain Theres There the sys f
tem of keeping track of things comes c
in Ton c ttrve I open the IX drawer 1
and Uit r ence to the Dire V Its i
just like IpTing anything up in the i I
encyclopedia Twine Ive got just i J
the man I want telephone number t
and all and 1 can promise you the i i
tickets will bo here as soon as we C
get bask from lunch Thats where J
systim comes in You bet its great
Thats all very fine replied the
customer and I wont dispute the
Talus of having a system But 111 be
banged if I can understand why you
turn up the Drew in order to find
out where to scalp the theaters Those
letters are not the beginning of the
mans name that you have just called 1
and they do not spell anything that I
will make you think of the show
Why Dre
Why man alive thaf just where
the beauty and the simplicity of the
scheme comes in I want to get good
seats at any theater without paying
too much for the tickets co I look up
the compartment Dressmaker in
this arrangement and find the infor
mation immediately
But why dressmaker What bD8I
that to do with the subject
See here youre mighty particu
lar seeing its my system and not
yours but I dont mind showing youI
that the old man is right after alL
The way I first got on to this t11enterI
scheme was this My wife told me
that her dressmaker told her that she
knew a cigar dealer who always had
good seats to dispose of for a reason
able discount Got that straight andI
plain Now you dont suppose Id
put that under W just became my
wife told me P A mans wife tells him
so many things that if he was to start
a system of this cold storage on them
the W would be the whole thing and
there wouldnt be any room for all
the rest of the alphabet So I skip the
wife and nail the dressmaker as com
ing next Then all I have to do wben
I want tickets is to thipk of my wifes
dressmaker and there the wboleI
story is told But the more I ueethisI
system the more I wonder how we
ever did business when a man had to
remember things just any old war
indeed I doN Y Sun
Average Consumption of Food
An Englishman spends on an aver
age 9 12s a year for fooda
Frenchman i9 8s a German t8 8s
a Spaniard 46 12e an Italian U IGs
and a Russian 4 12s Of meat theI
Englishman eats 109 pounds a year
the French 87 pounds the German
64 pounds the Italian 28 pounds and
the Russian 51 pounds Of bread
the Englishman consumes 880
pounds the Frenchman 540 pounds
the German 560 pounds the Span
iard 480 pounds Italian 400 pounds
and the Russian 635 pounds
TANGIER
A View of This Important Moorish
Seaport
Were it not for the black business
like jetty pushed out into the bay for
the convenience of foreign steamers
and the flags of the European lega
tions flouting the dullred Moorish
banner on the fortress Tangier in
this year of grace might be the Tan
gier of at least 600 years ago and
barring a few modern Christians on
donkeys with Paris bonnets tweed
suits and cutaway coats we might
even fancy ourselves walking the
streets way back in the time of the
crusades while the people who pass
us seem to join hands through the
middle ages with the immemorial un
toujhod east of Abraham Isaac and
Jacob Indeed here the nomad suc
cessors of such patriarchs may still be
seen with their camels coming in from
the desert pitching their tents Qn the
confines of a town without roads or
wheel carriages or any other signs of
modernity save certain mysterious
wires overhead which have the imper
tinence to establish electric communi
cation between the town of Tangier
and its environs
Out on the cool marcharid toward
sunset a delicious upland of downs
close above Tangier commanding a
superb view of Spain with the Bay
of Trafalgar in the distance groups
of Spanish and Jewish children turn
out to play
The Moor and the Roumi Chris
tian or foreigner take their evening
gallop the peasants whiteshrouded
Women and men in brownhooded
jelabas flock back from the town to
their distant Cabyle villages
As the shades of evening fall the
Sokp is thronged but no longer with
buyers and vendors The wholeplace
is now eivenuD to liehtbearted mer
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riment Here four champions with
long sticks in place of rapiers engage <
in mimic contest before a squatting
crowd of applauding connoisseurs
The story teller or comedian two
stringed lute in hand strides up and
down in front of another group ges I
ticulating wildly In a corner of the I
Soko the snake charmer and fire eater t
comes in for his full shart of atten j
tion Town affairs the last execu I
tion or murder are eagerly discussed II
and here and there debates run so
high that a spectator might suppose j
that bodily violence even to knifing I i
Is about to follow seldom anything t
of the kind happens Fortnightlj
Review i <
viewI
THE MODERN LOCOHOTIV
Marvel of Traveling at tao Rata of Sixty
ty Mile aa Hour
It all sounds simple in the recitaL
The wonder of the thing comes into
view only when one reflects on the
speed ahd nicety with which cum
brous parts are made to do their duty
The piston and connecting bar of a
modern locomotive weigh some 600
pounds When the speed is 60 miles
an hour these parts travel back and
forth five times a second Ten times
0 second at the end of every stroke
the piston head is at rest It must
pass from this condition to a velocity
of 1800 feet per minute in one
tieth of a second The drive wheels
measure more than a rod at every rev
olution but when going 60 miles an
hour they must turn more than 800
times a minute
Sixty miles an hour is the merest
commonplace to the mind of the up
todate railroad man but it means
other things besides those described
that are wonderful to the outsider It
means a steam pressure blow of 20
tons on each piston head every tanth
of a second It means that up in the
cab the fireman is throving into the
furnace twothirds of a ton of coal
every hour No 900 burn coal faster
than ten men can mine it It moans
two quarts of oil every hour to keep
her journal boxes greased And every
thing running smoothly It means
that the engine with its hull dozen
cars and load of human fmight is
moving through space with twice the
power of a shot from a hundredton
gun It means that the engineer has
worked her up fo the point where she
can use every ounce of steam that he
is coaxing her as a jockey urges his
mount in a fierce race and yot it
means that he is ready at a seconds
notice to move the reversing leverand
apply the air brake that will stoj the
mighty steam avalanche within the
distance that it covers as it stancU on
the tracks Earl W Mayo in Axns
lees 1
TO AUCTION A BRIDE
Fair Daughter of Osage Chief to Be
Sold to Highest Bidder
Aspirin Ducks Will Bid for War la
Ponley Ilxu Alrcadr Been Sol4
Twice Bat Lived Unhappily
nUll Her Iluabands
The aristocracy of the Osage IndSau f
in the Indian territory are looking Tor
ward to the marriage of Mary Corn
dropper the only daughter of exCHef
Prank Corndropper with great plus
ure According to the custom bo vogue
among the Osages from time Imineiio
rial she will be sold tOthe highest bid
der the compensation being made in
poniesChief
Chief Corndropper lives about 43
miles southwest of Independence Ehn
and owing to his former official capac
ity is one of the besMcnown Indian
braves in the territory Of count he
and his wife are full bioods and as
pnly fullbloods can intermarry in this
tribe only that class of Osages will be
allowed to bid on the girl Mary is an
exceptionally goodlooking squaw she
is 23 years old but has not much edu
cation She has been twice before sold 1
in marriage and because of her beauty
brought heaps of ponies both times
Her first husband was Tall Chief who
paid 400 ponies John Logan a prom
meat member of the Osage council was
the second husband and lie paid SOO
ponies Both marriages proved unhap
py and separation followed This is
why she is to be put upon the block
again
In accordance with an ironclad rule I
Among this tribe the parents of the
competing young men will have to do
the bidding and the bride who will Te
arrayed in blankets trimmed with
silks and beads of the gaudiest colors
principally scarlet will 4 announce the
result by riding Into the arms of the
successful bidder The marriage cere
mony is then completed by the parents
of the bride taking her into the house
where she will be stripped of all her
clothing which will then be torn in
two and divided equally between the
parents of the bride and the groom
who will retain them as long as ihe i
couple live happily together
After the marriage ceremony a big
feast will be bad in which manybeeves i
will be consumed and the festivities will
be conducted with a dance lasting three
days About 3CO guests will be invited
to attend the weddfng and dance Miss
Mary like the rest of her tribe Is quite
rich and l20q acres of land will got
her husband as soon as they are wed
ded The couple will live with the
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Our lino of Hats Gloves and
Umbrellas now ready for Spring r
Ouri k
Straw and Crash line surpasses
my thing on the road We guar <
mtco to plclse
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We solicit your trade and guar t
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We are prepared to do all kinds o
work in our Hue and if you need re
pairing done on your Wagons Buggies
or Farm Implements remember ur
We keep for sale wagon and bugg
tirts rims spokes and all kinds 01
bolts Our prices are right and satis I
faction guaranteed Give us a call
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