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LANCASTER, KY., FPIDAY, Big crowd in town Monday. JANUARY, Kig watch. . 28. 1898. THE CITY DADS Appoint Committees and Buckle Dunn To Business. O Hirers, adjjurn-ed TEKMb OK SUb.SUKIrMlUIw fLOOvtr Year iu Advnuc NEW STOCK OP GOODS Fresh oysters for sale at Northcott'., Mason i IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Fix your sidewalks. Eerybody has electric lights. Fresh line cabbage at Evans. Evans will pay 15 has never found his Meet, Klect The Royal is tse highest grm4e ftwim UMwa. Actual teats show it fmrnm tfcird fsrtaer Uaa mmy ottsr braa& brtif cts cash for eggs For sale, Corn, by bushel, hay by ale. H. B. ! RECEIVED HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, BREECHING, COLLARS, COLLAR PADS, "WHIPS, PLOW GEAR &c. Barb wire, smooth, wire Hay "bailing wire &c. Pence Ratchets staples and fence springs. Draw tiling and flue tiling. Grate mantles and iron hearths, fire "brick, fire "backs and fire clay. Washing machines, wringers and tubs. Guns, locks and cuttlery. X,oaded shells, shot and powder. Tin, granite, enameled and delfs. Blacksmith, Cooking utensils. wood workers and builders supplies. Pumps, deep and shallow, well pumps, cistern pumps and rain water filters. Wheel Barrows, ropes and grind stones. Bath tubs, squirrel cages, bird cages and a full line of flower crocks. Tin roofing, Steel roofing, guttering and repairing. A complete stock of hardware. In fact, every thing that is cars hardware house. ried by a first-clas- J. R. HASELDEN. Col. W.G. Welch. W. I. Williams. Stanford. Lancaster. Attorneys at Law, LANCASTER, KY. All business attended to promptly. iJllllllllLI BATTLE-SHIP. Of lilt p of the Battle-shiNewport News, Va., the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will make the following1 low round trip rates from points named: "Kentuckj-" For the launching at From Lexington " Winchester, " Mt. Sterling Paris " Frankfort " Richmond Lancaster " Stanford $12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.75 12.25 13.00 13JJ and correspondingly low rates from all other Central Kentucky points. Reduced Hotel Rates. Reduced rates have been made at the Hotels at Newport News and at Old Point Comfort, which is only a few miles distance and connected by Elec- tric Car service. No other trip ever offered as many SOUL STIRIXG EVENTS as does this one. the rare opportunity of witnessing combined A: my and Navy life at the inosthistoric spot in the United States. People from Inland Kentucky have THINK OF IT! The landing place of the Jamestown settlers, the Pocohoatas and CapL John Smith, incident, Cornwallis his British forces, the battle of the Monitor and Merrimac, and last, but in the same class, the launching of the Most Powerful Battle Ship of cur Navy, and it will be called Kentucky" Think of it! As soon as the date of Launching is settled on, it will be given wide publicity in the papers. MAKE YOUR PLANS. Through sleepers will run from Lexington. For detail information write or call on any agent, or GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A., LEXINGTON, KY. t 4U i p ' J. HOOD, SURGEON-DENTIS- T, LANCASTEE, KY Ofice over J. C. Thompcn'i jewelry store tVftBTllle street. S. T. Evans handles the Nig Spencer We tobacco. excellent band paper. Dix River is on the war path. G. S. Gaines is headquartors for all Wanted! furs, hides, tallow. See us Too much mud on the square. Very few drunks here Monday. kind of see Is. before selling. H. B. Northcott Three cakt s soap for 5a R. A. Stone.J Much fencing was blown down 17 lbs granulated sugar for 81.00 Several Lancaster parties attended at Evans. I!ay your tinware from S. T. Evans Evans sells goods cheap for cash. the Clay Clement performance at Danhemp seed for ville Wednesday evening. per lb. R. A. Stone. )d Fancy Prunes 7 Fresh fish and oysters daily at Hen-r- y sals at G. S. Gaines'. Perkins. tf. Corn Wanted. Typewriter letter heads at this Ha3' anl corn always on hand at CyIf parties wishing to sell corn will Dried peaches at R. A Stone's at 5c office. rus Easons, for retail. 4t bring it to me at once, I will buy same. per pound. S. T. Evans will, deliver goods to Will gq to J, W. Miller, Mgr. Pilgrimage DisWanted, Veal Calves. R. A. Stone win pay 7c per pound your door. 1.7 Country and buy. H. B. Northoatt"' tillery. for green hides. February McClures. Towels and Quecnsware at cost at I have two silver mounted show The best two horse wagon on the S. T. Evans. In McClures's Magazine for Februcasss for sale, one 9 feet and the other market at G. S. Gaines'. ary, Mr. Herbert E.- Hamblen, author S. T. Evans will have cold storage 10. J. G Thompson. " of ''On Many Seas," will tell the story Wanted, car load of Iron, Rones and beef next Friday. vj Murdered at Marcellus. of his own experience as fireman on a Rags. IL R. Northcott The expense account of farmers, by locomotive. As it was an experience 200,000 brick for sale. Greening & grinding plow points at C. K. Poindex-tcr'- full of rare and romantic incidents, Wilbur's hen food makes the hens Pence, Stanford, Ky. the story is bound to be a good one. lay, for sale at R. A. Stone's. i wm sen you pacicnge corree at iuci It will be illustrated, with pictures J. A. Beazley & Co , headquarters drawn from lifo. Sugar at cost, for cash. T. Currey. " Cheapest house on earth. S. T. Evfor furniture carpets, mattings, wall ans. Call and try him. Richmond Buy your goods from Evans on Rich paper and window.ahades. County Court. y, street. mond street, opposite Mrs. Hardens. V Nothing was done in the Countv Burglars. 5.00 rocker for S3 00. Call and be Court Monday except the probating of Clover, oats, timothy, bluejrrass and Door bolts, Sash locks, Pad locks the will of George Donny. convinced of the truth of this state- orchard grass, always on hand at Mr. Denny and Door locks, at J. R. Haseldens' died some time sin e, and the will ment R. A. Stone, y pC Gaines. Hardware store was only found recently nmonsr some Please Kead. other papers It b queathes to his Don't fail to see my all wool suits at Henry Duncan' Old Stand. I would like to do your plain sew0.50, and overcoats at 7 and 33.50. Over C. D. Powell's, is the place to go wire all property and requests that at ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. M. D. Hughes, Agt for a neat, stylish hair cut, a clean her death she make an equitable dis shave or shampoo. We make a speci- tribution "between the three children Mr. John Shea has sold to Silas AshNew lot furniture just received. we have raised, viz: E. D. Walker, ley the house and lot on Stanford and The best made, at prices that will as- alty of honing and concaving razors. Jane Faulkner and George Luslc" Crab Orchard streets for S1.203. tonish you. R. A. Stone. Just So. County Attorney Owsley Hurt. Hoy's Watch Free. A rooral, backwoods country gal, . Bourbon Steam Laundry. While coming in from home Monday For particulars drop a postal card Wid teef cz white ez pearls, Miss O'.ivia Sweeney is agent for the to The Advocate, Danville, Ky. 2t Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your For beauty, health an' fun, iz. wuff night, Cqunty Attorney Letgher Owsley met with a painful accident It Ex. A hun'red city girls tf All accounts not paid by January 10 orders at Sweeney's store. was very dark and two men on horsewill be placed with an officer for colback ran into the vehicle, completely Land Sale. Business in the Police Court is duller lection. I need money, and you I. D. Current sold to Bob Hamilton demolishing it Mr. Owsley's ear was than ever known before. Judire Brown R. A. Stonev know it badly lacerated and he was badly can always be found at his office and the old Bland homestead and 78 acres scratched and bruised otherwise. The last week at 20 per acre. Mr. HamilNew Iilacksinilh Shop. gives the evil doors a trial as quickly ton will moye to the place in a few shaft struck one of tlje horsemen, Horses shod, as they want it On Danville street named JJaiL in the leg and made an days. C) cents cash. All kinds of repairing ugly wound. Mr. Owsles' will be Whooping cough is the most di done. Strayed housed for several days, but is very tressing malady; but its duration c in Ned Burdett & Co. 2t From my pasture, on House place, glad to escape with a whole hide. be cut short by the use of Oae Minute Still They Work. Cough Curp, which is also the best about Dec. 15, one red yearling steer, Good. Burglars continue to get in their known remedy for croup and all lung weight about 553. Liberal rewar.l for The county court has ordered elecreturn. Leave any information with work about town. The Record still and bronchial troubles. Btorines' tric lights placed in the Uouet House, T. 1J. Walker. contends that there is but one way to Drug Store. lm as suggested in The Record. They E. T. Pence. stop them and that is to use a gun. will only be paid for when in actual 'Contingent" Fee. School at Beechmout. use, consequently will cost far less In Lots of Ten. An Irishman defined a contingent Miss Mary D. L2avell wi.l begin a than lamps, th'mneys, oil etc. It is The Boyle circuit court turned loese fee as follows: "An' it's the mean in' t;n lawyers upon the of a contingent ee ye're after knowin? subscription school at Bccchmont, the rule with the Electric Liht Co., people at D inville last week. Sure, l'il tell ye. A contingent fee this county, next Monday, the 31st to charge for lights at so much per means if yo lose the case tho lawyer Miss L.eavcli is one of the best teachers month, bnt in this, case, it vory wisely Sale of Property. gits nothin'; if you win you git nothin'. " in the county and it goes without say and kindly consented to deviate from E. W. Arnold has purchased of Silas ing that she will have a large number the rule. We understand the court Deputy Clerk Noel. Ashley, the house and lot on Stanford of pupils. voted unanimously for the improvestreet, opposite Mrs. Farra's for 81,000, W. T. Noel has been sworn in as ment, and they are entitled to a vote Notice! and will move to same in a few days. deputy county clerk. He will make of thanks from the people for rca'sing You can get your grinding, both for so great an improvement headquarters at Buckeye where those Assignment. desiring to sign and acknowledge family use an I feeding purposes, done More Improvements. Crushed corn and O. P. S.one, of Stone post office, papers can do so without coming to at Leavels milL meal always on hand for exchange. The county court, at its December made an assignment to A. D. Ford. town. 3t Also mixed feed of corn and bran for meeting, decided to tear away the old Assets $2,000, liabilities SJ.500. Going Ike Current's Sale. tf. milk cows. work house, as it wa found a'ter exHis security caused the assignment A good crowd attended L D. Cur amination that it would cost more to many friends hope that he will soon Save 21 e Your Laundry. real-izarent's sale and fair prices were rerair and put it in decent shape than be on foot again. I have agency for the Troy Steam to build a new one. Bids were opened Mr. Current and family will New Dentist Shop. leave for Arkansas in a few days and Laundry, with headquarters at Jo- a few days since and the contract Dr. B. F. Walter is in Cincinnati they have the best wishes of many seph's store. Will call for work, de- given to John Hill. For the sum of this week purchasing an entire den- friends for success in their new home. liver it promptly and appreciate your SI, 373 35 he is to remove the old eyekindness. tist's outfit and will open an office Leslie Hehndox. tf sore and erect a brick Broaddus Boy Better. over Ballou's store. He was accompabuilding with cells and office below What pleasure is there in life with a and living apartments above. He will The young man, "Boy" Broaddus, nied to the city by his handsome son, who was accidentally shot last week, headache, constipation and bilious- be permitted to use all lumber in the Robert is very much better, and the physic- ness? Thousands experience them present building which is opproved by Union Meeting. ians, Dr's. Herring and Kinnaird say who could become perfectly healthy the court's committee and has, given Despite the bad weather, a large he will get well. The wound has by using DeWitt's Little Early Risers, crowd attended the union meeting caused him intense suffering, and he the famous little pills. Stormes' Drug good bond for the faithful fulfillment of the contract The plans and speciSunday night Much interest is taken says it will be many a day before he Store. lm fications are for an excellent and in these meetings and all should go. goes about anyone fooling with a gun. handsome building, and it looks like Uncle Joe Hopper. It will be held in the Presbyterian "Uncle Joe" Hopper began a meet- the fingers for its construction are exV Cash Paid for Produce. church next Sunday evening begining ceedingly low. Work has been compromptly at 7 o'clock. I have severed my connectioir with ing in tho Floral Heights Presbyte- menced toward removing the old fire the firm of Northcott & Co., and will rian Church in Parkland Friday night, trap A Sad Mistake. and new house will be pushed in the future be with M. A. Archer, preaching to a large congregation. rapidly. the town is He wears a sad and haifhted look, at Hunley Singleton's old stand, Everybody loves Uncle Joe who has the work The the placenot "in it" on and will be used He is the prince of martyrs: ready to pay highest cash price been truly pious all his life, even from exclusively for county prisoners, He bought one girl a prayer book for E'gs, Chickens, Butter, Furs Beef his earliest kilt days. Lexington Ar? And one a pair of garters. gonaut Hides and produce of all kinds. A Tony Affair. But trying things will come to pass Butlek Fox. The leading social event of the seaAfter years of untold suffering from And bid our bright hopes scatter; Many Telephones. piles, B. W. Pursell of Knitnersville, son was the hop given at Masonic He got those presents mixed, alas; The telephone exchange is rapidly Pj., was cured by using a single box Hall Wednesday evening. The young And now the devTs the matter. spreading its wires all over the coun- of DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Skin ladies never looked lovlier nor were Here's something to think about A try. Five new instruments have been diseases such as eczema, rash, pimples the boys ever on better behavior. The man owed $1 and had but 75 cents. He put in during the last week, and more and nbitinate sores are readily cured costumes of the young ladies were handsome and tasty and we went to a pawn broker and pawned orders are waiting. By the way, Som- by this famous remedy. Stormes' never saw a prettier lot of girls in one the 75 cents for 50 cents. He met a erset and Stanford, are bragging over Drug Store. lm assembly. The immortal Henry Sax-tofriend and sold him the pawn ticket the number of calls their operators A serious position is that of a person was on hand wi.h his superb orcalling for 75 cents, for 50 cents. He had in one day, the former claiming thus had two fifty cent pieces, $1 in 422 in one day. Pshaw, our operator who through neglect of a seemingly chestra and the music furnished was fact, which he paid the debt Was had 46D Monday and it wasn't a good trivial cough, or cold is threatened by the best, by far, ever heard in our city. that dread destroyer of mankind con- None of the many bands can touch anybody out and how much? day for 'em, either. sumption. Do not neglect a cough or Saxon when it comes to dance music. Burglars Again. cold, however trifling. It is a menace The large hall, newly papered, was ilDeath. n When one of W. B Mason's children Peter Norton, a citizen, of consumption, and consumption is luminated by many electric lights and went to close the front shut- of this county died last Thursday at pronounced incurable by all honest when the grand march was given the ters Tuesday night, she saw a man the residence of John Gastineau, and physicians. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hon- scene was one beautiful to behold. standing on the top varanda. She was buried at the West graveyard, in ey is the best cough and cold cure. The merriment was kept up till nearly raised an alarm and the fellow, who that neighborhood. He was in his 09th Nothing else is "just as good.." three o'clock, when the shutting down was a white man, ran down through year. His son, Mr. John Norton, of of the electric light plant forced the Wind. the garden. It's mighty near time Raccoon, Ind., came to the funeral. happy party to take a reluctant leave. The wind Saturday night night was Following is a list of those present: the city fathers were putting on a The latter is a staunch friend of The night watchman. Record and paid his subscription np stronger than ever known in this sec- From Stanford, Misses Pearl BurnsiJe tion. It blew down many chimneys and Annie Bronaugh Engleman, Mesto 1893. Furnaces Fixed. about town, uprooted trees and smash- srs. Rowan and Jim Saufley, McRob-ert- s The furnaces in the Presbyterian Bro. Barnes. ed in window sash in many places. and Bruce; from Richmond, church have been fixed and the hous2 Intelligence from Rev. Geo. O. Our people thought a cyclone was comCrutcher HockerJy, Mess. Jencan now be kept comfortable. We Barnes is to the effect that he and ing, and we suspect that many began nings, Speed, Francis, Watts, Turley heard a party say he didn't go to meet- - family are nicely domiciled in their patching up a tale of woe to give in to and Crutcher; from Lancaster, Misses ing Sunday because the room was winter home on Sanibel Island, Fla., St Peter. Hemp shocks in the county Carrie Currey, Julia Mae Gaines, Mary cold. We have seen that same man and that he is busily engaged in writ- were blown down and scattered pell Miller, Altie Marksbury, Jennie and s'.t on the sharp back of a Court House ing a book. He had promised the mell, and much loss will result Ed. Bessie Burnside and Patsy Beazley; bench and listen for hours to some Lord to write it before he died, but Arnold loses his entire c op, as it now Messrs. Farra, H. and Ben. Hern-docymling-heade- d politician get off stale kept putting it off till he was taken lies a tangled mass all over the field, Marksbury, Doty, Walker, Owsjokes, lie on the opposite party, and with a malady that threatened to soon making a total loss of abont 8150. ley, Logan, Joe and Harry Robinson, tell what he didn't know about the end his days. This forced him to keep lany other similar cases have been re- Shugars, and many others. The affairs of the country. In the .unmis- his promise and since be has gotten ported, but none so great as Mr. Arwere Messrs. and Mesdames R, takable, though not altogether elegant down to work all signs of the disease nold's. Reports from all over the Kinnaird, J. E. Stormes, J. Fleece language or Sam Jones, "you old have fled, at least that is oar informa- state tell of great destruction to tim- Robinson, Chas. W: Anderson, G. D. devil, go to church. tion. Interior Journal. Robinson and Louis Landram. ber, barns and fencing. Kraut 5c qt at Evans. Land for sale. Northcott t tf session Tuesday afternoon. The . print typewriter letter heads on meeting had bean postponed on account The new City Council met in See ad. 2 home-grow- n c of illness of Mr. Theodore Currey, one of the members. It being a full meeting, the election of otlicers for the ensuing year was hell. Mr. Wnu H. Wherritt was clerk, E. M. Walker, chief of polics, and W. 'O. Rigney, treasurer, all without opposition. When the selection of an attorney came up, the names of W. I. Will iams and Joe E. Robinson were nr sented. The vote resulted four for Williams and two for Robinson. Mr. Williams was the attorney last year. ihe following committees were then selected: FIXAXCE. 1r POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAL BAKINn POWOeA CO., NtW VOMC v - J. E. Stormes and J. am. STIIEETS. M. Higginboth- - rwfl00ft0000aim0 1 flOOaflOttOO00o00flatMmMi The council of ministers in Cuba have decided to send Rafael Argulo, who is the manager of a New York Cuban paper, to Washington to negotiate a treaty with the United States on the basis of reciprocity. The cigarette trust is sa!d to be con siderably exercised over the anti-ci- g arette bill, as the chances for its passage are good. They are sunoosed to have a lobby at work, in a sly way, aomg every possible thing todefeat it. "Kid"' McCoy has deposited 83.000 with a New York sporting paper as a forfeit to fight either Corbett or Fitz- simmons for the cham pionship of the world. Corbett only laughs at McCoy's nerve, while Fitz has never replied. The Kentucky House passed the bill permitting husband and wife to testify for or against each other in divorca proceedings and certain other actions. It also passed the bill forbidding dis crimination against any employe because of membership in a labor organ ization, as People coming out from the Klondike country say there is plenty food at Dawson to last till navigation is open ed. Government relief is also declared impracticable. A committee is on it way to Ottawa to ask the Canadian Ltovernnaent to revoke the rovaltv clause. Three men were killed and four in jured in a collision of freight trains at Upton, near Ehzibethtown, on the mam Una of the Louisville and Nash ville, Tuesday morning. All dav i.nd night the wreck blocked the track, and caused a suspension of traffic. Lngineer William H. Miller. Brake- man Lee Elstone and Thomas Dalton, a tramp were killed. Justice Thomas H. Hines. one of Kentucky's most distinguished, sons, died Saturday morning at his home m i rankfort The funeral took place in Frankfort Monday afternoon. Ihe remains were taken to Bowline Green for interment. Judge Hines was a Captain in Gen. John Morgan's brigade during the civil war. and one of the most daring and successful offi cers in that famous command. Saturday the Directory of the Cin cinnati Zoological Gardens filed a pe tition in the Superior Court for a re ceiver and the Court acting1 in accord with the prayer, appointed George Ha.'er and Albert Fisher. The reason given for the assignment is reduced income owing to lack of patronage by the public since the hard times to gether with hard pressure by creditors. Xhc corporation has an authorized capital stock of 300,003 whereof &J31,- 000 is paid up. The members of the Legislature and the State Officers, on the invitation of the Faculty and Trustees of the State College, assisted in dedicating the Natural nistory Building, just completed. There was and other ceremonies appropriate ' to the occasion, and a good time generally. The visiting statesmen were entertained by the authorities of the Lunatic Asylum with a most bountiful and beautiful collation. The visitors had every reason to be gratified with the hospitality shown them, and we understand that they so expressed heavy-weigspeech-makin- J. C. C. Thompson and C1IAR1TV. W. J. Romans. s. nov-25-t- J. Robinson anl 'Iheo. Currey. WOltlv HOUSE. -- newly-l:cense- d J. M. Iligginbotham. It was determined to make stron"-efort to secure bitter sidewalks and to take all reasonable steps to secure the building and repiirinjr of not onlv those on important streets, but all over the town. In this, The Record voices the sentiments of ninetv-nin- e o: the people ia saying Amen '. Ihe walks on all the streets are bad and some are a disgrace to the city. The annonymous letters received by several members in regard to appoint ments were produced and read to the meeting. It was decided to spread them on the minutes and a committee was appointed to draw up resolutions denouncing the writer. The latter have not yet been prepared, but they will te red-hfrom start to finish. The Council is very iustly indignant. aot only from recoiving the letters, but to think that anyone is fool enough to believe that they could be influenced by any such low tricks. One of the members told a Record man he was satisfied he knew who wrote his letter, but would remain quiet on the matter and treat it with the silent conU-mphe has for the party. As the town is without a suitable work house, a committee was appoint- d to confer with the county officials and make arrangements whereby they could build the new work housa j jint- y, thus saying expense to both town and county. There is no reason why this c Juid not be done, as the prisoners could then be placid in charge of one man, thus making another saving. J he statement of the financial con dition of the town is not quite completed, but will soon be published, as required by law. As we have previously stated, the present board is composed of excellent business men, men who have the town's interests at heart, and our peo ple will receive a just, economical and care.ul administration. t two-stor- y d Work. Several members of the City Council have Jeceived annonymous letters in regard to the appointment of city offi cer?, which were to be made by the body. We understand the members have a good idea of where the letters came from, but will only treat the matter as it should be with silent contempt Resorting to such methods so sneaking and cowardly as the an nonymous letter never does much good for the writer of the contemptible epistles, and if left unnoticed and given enough rope, the writers will hang themselves every time. A great many such documents are received at this office, and scarcely anything occurs that some "Friend" does not advise The Record to publish. The stove-dooinstead of the columns of our paper, awaits such communications and they are placed therein without giving them a minutes' thought Life is too short to waste any time over such miserable cowards as the annonymous letter writers. Under-hander, TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT. 25 n Take Laxstive Bromo Quinine Tablets. All Druggists refund the money if it fails to Cure. cents. Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. well-know- Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. y, We write these Policies R. KINNAIRD, General Insurance, Lancaster, J&y: n, chap-eron- red-nos- After a long silence, Buckoy comes E.W. Llllanl. Jno. Stout. to the front again, this tiino tnrougn corof a brand-nethe feeble efforts Publisher. JCOUIS respondent; ou:j who has never at blood disease which Is a LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. tempted to fill tjie position of a news all the mineral mixtures iu the world paper correspondent. I presume it is cannot cure. S.S.S. (guaranteed purely real blood remedy for the first duty of a correspandent to vegetable ) is aand has no equal. blood diseases ( OKB YJAB, ih advakc ( hit mohthi. " give the news, so I begin to wonder if Mrs. Y. T. Buck, of Dclancy, Arl:, had niire (Thbcb " .25 " it will be possible lor ma io get up u Scrofula for twcniy-fiv- c years and most weekly list of news from tins place, of the time was under the care of the is a thriving doctors who could cot relieve her. A FRIDAY, January. 28, 1898. notwithstanding Buckeye specialist said he little village could cure her, but The Stone mail faile 1 to reach us he filled her with The Jessamine county member of Saturday on account of high water. arsenic and potash bill to the legislature introduced a Wolford Rayney and family have V? 17 her constitution. She prohibit tol'.gate keepers from keeping moved to the house owned by Chas. V a dotr. If the Jessamine solon wants Baker, known as the Alex Ray propr ,ien tok nearly :: to be on the winning side, he should erty. Sf medicine and drank have made his law to prevent anyone them by the wholesale, Quite a number of our citizens attenfrom keeping a tollgate. ded Lancaster court Monday. Several oorac Starvation In Cuba. ''is?-rfuer irouuie. ' How to a Out. one advised her to try parties bought stock bat I failed to Secretary Sherman has issued his Public building bills introduced in learn prices. sue very ' b.b.b. and third appeal to the American public in Congress at this session call for appro' soon lound mat sue uau a reai oioou Fill a bottle glass It John Dickerson and family have remedy at last. She says: "After tak- urints and lot or commontwenty-fou- rwith behalf of the starving Cubans and priations aggregating 530,000,000. it stand is a pet scheme of congressmen to get movod to Sirs. frgan's property. The ing one dozen bottles of S.S.S. I am hours a sediment or settling indicates again calls attention to the urgent We have received our full line of Fall skin is clear through for erecting buildings in toll gate house is now vacant .and is perfectly well, my would not be in an unhealthy condition of the kidneys. necessity for immediate relief, as fol bills and healthy and I When urine stains linen it is evidence lows; and Winter Goods, and they are the thereby gain a few for sale or rent. their district, and my ionner coimiuoii ior wo iuuusu.nu Miss Hattie Jones has returned from dollars. Instead of drying up the poison of kidney trouble. Too frequent de- To the Public: votes. Congressmen understand each Very Latest and Best money could buy. sire to urinate or pain in the back, is Secretary "luc other, they are all there for the same a visit to her cousin, Mrs J. W. Isr-ri- iu my system, like the potash and also convincing proof that the kidneys State of unuersnjned. States, hud of the United the Our stock of of Stanford. Miss Georgia Hun- arsenic, S.S.S. drove the disease out and bladder are out of order. purpose, and when one wants a bill nonor, on tne '4tn oi December, to through the skin, and I was permamake known to all cnaritablv dis passed the "sign" is given and it goes ter, of Nicholasville, is visiting Miss nently rid of it." WHAT TO DO. posed people of this eounrry the ap Sallie JJ. Ray. We deeply S3mpathize through like soft soap through There is comfort in the knowledge so peal ui uie rresiuenL ior aid, in the greased tin horn. The public build with Miss (ieorgia in the loss of her often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's lurin ot money or supplies, toward the V. ing law is almost as badly abused as mother, who diod recently. S.S.S. never fails to cure Scrofula, Swamp-Roothe great kidney remedy' speedy relief of the distressing desti is complete in every detail, and a look will the pension laws, though no kicks are Brown returned home Sunday from a Eczema, Rheumatism Contagious Blood fulfills every wish in relieving pain in tution and sitilonng which exists business trip to Burgin. Mr. Maniford Poison, or auy disorder of the blood. the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and among thu people of Cuba. ever heard coming against it. convince you that they arc unsurpassed. a simple tonic to cure every part of the urinary pacsages. It. 'The gratifying interest which his and wife, of Swallowfield, ICy., were Do not rely upon blood disease, but take a corrects inability to hold urine and countrymen have shown in all parts See our immense line of visiting relatives here last week. Mr. a blood remedy. The appointment of a surveyor of real scalding pain in passing it, or bad ef- oi our uinii in mai numane appeal Iius tho President to recognize the noed Our books the port at Louisville seems to have and Mrs. Hero4 Ray went to Lexing fects following use of liquor, wine or ledorderly an.i concerted Todd, of Louis' ton last week. While there, Mrs. Ray free upon applihung fire. beer, and overcomes that unpleasant of directed control, if effort, under well necessity of being compelled to get up ance is to be given by timely assistv.lle, is in Washington and some think had 10 teeth exlracteJ. Some of the cation. Swift Co., tho Specific many times during the night to urin- tho sick and need3 in Cuba. public to he went to make a fight for the place, young folks of this place spent Sunday Atlanta, Ga. We have an elegant line of Trunks and ate. The mild and extraordinary ef'The thinking that he might be named as a at Marksbury and were pleasantly en is soon realized. It assured o the effective at Havana is fect of Swamp-Roo- t of Valises. When in Danville don't fail to compromise between Deboe's candid tertained by Miss Lillie Sutton. Hen standg the highest for its wonderful every available agency in the island of cures of the most distressing cases. If uuoa in order that life may be saved Mccreary, ate, Harnett, and Uradley's man Col ry Raj, of Illinois, after spending give us a call. three weeks with his parents, left you need a medicine you should have and suffering spared. is not a candidate licr. Todd says he The Spanish Monday for Danville, Ind., where he Misses Nave entertained Friday the best, hold by druggists, price fifty Government, welcoming the aid thus The and does not intend to be, or make cents and one dollar. You may have a the work- - and will Bur an' fight. If, however, the President gin, enter college. Mr. Curd, of ladies at their beautiful home on Long Branc sample bottle and pamphlet both sent tendered, will facilitateinto Cuba, free to that end will admit visited one of our young should decide to offer the place to him Mrs, Mary L. Swopc closed her school iree oy man. lUention ukntrai. kkc of duties and charges, all articles, he would crladly accept it. Senator Sunday. The weather nor the dis Friday afternoon, which was delayed oui), ind send your address to Dr. Kit umerwise nauie io tax, wnenduly con ---mer & Co., Binghampton, N. Y. The signed to tho Deboe says there will be no comprom tance didn't seQra to effect him. He last fall by sickness. '"liy direction of the Pre&idont the proprietors of this paper guarantees ise. as far as he is concerned. He is knows it's a true savinfr, "A faint Miss Bertha BurnsiJe, o Lancaster the genuineness of this offer. undersigned appeals to tho weoole in (3) friendly to Todd, but he is committed heart never one fair lady." every city and town, to tho municipal was the guest of Mrs. A. F. Mobcrlv to Harnett, and will be for him first, authorities thereof, and the Friday to Monday. WALLACETON. We are anxious to do a little good in from boards of trado and transportation, to last and for all the time. What a poll Miss Bettie Severance, of Crab Or corporations and others producing the tician says though does not amount to this world and can think of no pleas' n.ecossitles of life, and to all whose isirn. to tnc a hill of beans. Every candidate for anter or better way to do it than by chard, has returned home after spend the 14th inst., awire ot .las. uuinn, on hearts are open to the cry of distress daughter. recommending One Minute Couh ing several weeks with her cousin the place is hustling and the disposi and am.ction. to tho second generous .Timmio ylie, who has boen very effort now being mado, and by well- tion of the plum has doubtless caused Cure as a preventive of pneumonia- - Miss Irene Simpson. Messrs. Libert Dickerson and J. A. bick with pneumonia, is growing bet uircuiuu eniieavor maico its success Mr. McKinley to scratch his pate many consumption and other seriou slun truly responsive to the sentiments of troubles that follow neglected colds. Walker and Misses Sallie B. Ray and ter. times. charity that have ever characterized HIGHEST CASH PRICE at all limes PAID FOR HEMP. Georgia Hunter visited Miss Lillie Sut Stormes' Drug Storo. lm Mr. Forga Caldwell, of Jackson the American people. ton at Marksbury Sundajr. "Jons Siiermajt, county, is visiting friends how this Rev. E. L. Stoddabd, D. D., rector No. 5 Secretary of State." week. A cyclone struck this place Saturday of St. John's Protestant Episcopal MARKSBURY. The Governor of Kentucky has like Church, of Jersey City, one of the most night, unroofing barns, blowing down j.nc wile oi .nr. Isaac uuinn is very :- -: Mrs. Wm. Parks has been suffering irun xrees, ana ine uig rains raising sick with pneumonia and seems to be wise made an appeal of the same na fashionable churches in that city, has ture and has appointed XV. G. Colde on their p's and with La Grippe. set the church people the waters, destroying fencing and growing worse. wcy, of" Louisville, Ky., as Chairman q's by organizing a dancing class which George Durham sold to W, P. Tuggle doing considerable damage for the "Grandmother" Wylie, who is in the of the Relief Committee for Kentucky, is to meet in the church edifice once farmers. 7 shoats at 2 per pound. SCth year of her age is very low with to whom funds or supplies may be week, and which is composed of mem J. C. Boner sold to J. T. Cecil sciatic, and her recovery is regarded sent, properly marked "Cuban Relief bers of his Bible class. The first danc- acres A thrill of terror is experienced as doubtful. of unimproved land for S35 per Fund." Such funds or supplies will ing class was held last week. The when a brassy cough of croup sounds acre. The wife of Frank Wylie died of be promptly forwarded to the Central innovation will unquestionably raise Messrs. Cecil and Pollard sold their through the house at night. But the pneumonia on the 14th inst. She Relief Committee at New York, and a great storm of protests from ortho terror soon changes to relief after One dox church circles. This man of cloth store and property to Mr. Nelson Bo Minute Cough Cure has been adminis leaves a husband and two 'small chil through such Committee bo properly ( SURPLUS. where most needed CAPITAL says if the members of his church want gie for S2.250. They will give posses tered. Safe and harmless for children. drcn who have the sympathy of the distributed OFJ65.ooo.oo. throughout the island of Cuba, and to 200,000.00 entire community. sion the first of March. to dance, or play cards, or do any of Stormes' Drug Store. lm Last Friday afternoon while Mr. uur neignuornoou was visited on which end the transportation compa those other frivolous things which are LAXCASTJSS, KY. Saturday night by a considerable storm nies have offered their facilities free generally frowned upon from the pul Chas. Burdelte was haltering a calf it FLATWOOD. that had tilings pretty much Its own and the Spanish and Cuban govern pit, they are at perfect liberty to in became unruly, threw up it's head The most serious damage re raents will lend every aid. 'ay. dulge their taste in that direction, and striking him in the face inflicting a The Florida & New Orthe church edifice is at their disposal. painful wound but it has proved to be We have had some very hard, wash ported so far was blowing down A. R. Denny. Tresldent. leans Limited trains of the Quctn ing rains and the mud roads are al straw rick on some hogs and cattle be Regular weekly dances are to be given nothing serious. Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. R. KINNAIRO'S & 'Crescent .Route run through ta longing to George A. Ballard, killing in the church, the clerical old cuss Mr. Richard Hackley visited Mr. and most impassable. Wm. H..Kinnaird, Cashier. The members of Good Hope church one valuable steer and seriously puts on a crackertail coat and cuts the Mrs. Reuben Naylor last week. Char Jacksonville and New Orleans in. 8. C. Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb, pigeon wing with as much grace as lie Durham has returned home after are anticipating holding a protracted wounding another. Assistant Cash'r. any of the boys. By the time the long spending several weeks in Pineville. meeting, begining Feb. 15th. 24 hours from Cincinnati. Several persons narrowly escaped Representing Over R. T. Embry Ass't faced old sisters get through with Mr. Ebb Dickerson and Miss Sallie 15 mere have been so many weddings being seriously hurt . Boain's mill a These fast trains are of the fin"Bra" Stoddard he will not have as Ray, of Buckeye, Mr. Alec Walker, of in this vicinity that houses to rent arc few days ago. A. short time before, DIRECTORS much skin left on him as there McCreary and. Miss Georgia Hunter, of in great demand and rent is much Mr. Boain had mixed into a stiff morest type, luxurously fitted, and rungoods in the average ball dress. tar about half a barrel of cement and In the following Fire Insurance Nicholasville, were the guests of Miss higher. Sam'l.D. Cochran, Jas Spllman, ning on a perfect roadbed. e Lillie Sutton Sunday. Alex. R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, Mr. W. D. Goochs' child, who has placed it on the top of the Companies For the first time since the msur W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, been very sick with pneumeiia, is bet to give it greater weight. After he Winter Tourist Low round-tri- p thought it had become sufficiently rection broke out in Cuba three years There are three little things which tor at this writing. Mr. Eph. Jno.E. Stormes, Etna of Hartford. hardened he resumed grinding and, ago, the United States Government is do more work than any other three is also convalesent. tickets on sale throughout the (Jiteen of America. when full head-warepresented in the harbor of Havana little things created they are the ant the cement Mr. Lindsey Beaumons, of Fairland, broke under and was National of Hartfort. North. loose hurlo.l in great g by a warship. At a special meeting at the bee and DeWitt's Little Early Ind., J'O visited his Plieuix of Brooklyn. pieces in all directions, Mrs. Mu the White House Monday morning be Risers, the last being the famous little phy, a few days sister, He Linda gone present to floe for refugecausing those An elegant service'of Cafe, Par to any place Hartford of Hartford. since. has to o Gei tween the president, Secretary Long, pills for stomach and liver troubles to that would hide o'ne from the danger. Marksbury to visit other relatives Manchester of England. lor, and Observation Cars on these .n 'Z Thomas Kinnard, the miller, was the Assistant Secretary Day, Attorney Stormes' Drug Store. lm Connecticut of Hartford. only one who did not run and, alGeneral McEenna and General Miles, trains. Double daily train service. though he pelted on the arms and Noilh British and Mcrchantile. Children and adults tortured by body in a was it was decided to send the excellent manner more lively than ML HEBRON German American of New York. Write for Information to to the seat of war. burns, scalds, injuries, eczema or skin pleasant, he stood at his post with all battleship Main W.C Rluearson, Cen'l Pass'rAgt.CincInnatl.O diseases may secure instant relief by tne nrmness of a htonewall Jackson. Liverpool and London and Globe. The Navy Department insists that no Send 10 cents for fine Art colored Lithograph, Miss Bessie Doty spent last week j significance is to be attached to the using Ue Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It and was not seriously hurt I also represent the old reliable oi Lookout Mountain and Ch i with the family of Mr. Denny Scott. is the great Pile remedy. order, which it describes as merely Stormes' We had a very hard rain and storm Drug Store. New York Life resumption of the policy, recently in As3igiiD33 Notice to Creditors. im S. BEAZIiEY, terrupted, of having war vessels call Saturday and Saturday night, doing m Success In "Striking" Titles. occasionaly at that port. It was an some damage. The The value of a striking title to an notice creditors of Willis B. Adams will take Rev. J. I. Willis was again in his nounced that Consul General Lee had that I will be at the ofll;e of It. H. Teeth filled and extracted with not asked for a war ship and that pulpit at this place Sunday, and deliv- article or story is understood by no Tomlinson's in Lancaster, Ky.. on Saturday, ORGANIZED 1883. Work a specialty. Office over J. R. Haselden's American periodical so well as The of each week for the next four weeks to reDe Lome was fully ered an excellent discourse. Spanish Minister vourt uonse, Lancasceive claims against the estate .of Willis B. ter. Ky. "ulc advised as to the nature of the orders Miss A. E. Scott, who is teaching a Ladies' Home Journal, wri tes a New Adams. NATIONAL BANK, York correspondent. It has made its Defor the movement of the Maine. select school at Teatersville, visited 1S93. 8ALLTE A. LEAVKLL, U OF LANOASTEB. JT. titles famous by their uniqueness. Its Jau.5th, spite these pacific assurances, the gen her parents at this place Sunday. Assignee of Willis B. Adams. s With Girls." "Heart to eral opinion at Washington is that Lee Miss Susie Chilton, of Lexington, is has called for a war ship and that the the charming guest of Mrs. W. D. Heart Talks" and "Unknown Wives of Capital $100,000 n Men" have been ridiculed Maine goes to Havana for the protec Scott Mr. W. D. Scott made a bus SALE. and paraphrased from one end of the Surplus Fund tion of American interests. 15,000 iness trip to Lexington this week. We try to prevent having such an H. T. Ray, of Buckeye, was in our country to the other. But it has all I desire to sell privately part of my farm on BUSINESS SOLICITED. opinion, bat the presentiment will midst Sunday. Mr. Calvin Huffman been grist for the Philadelphia period- Dix River, about Z miles from Joel Walkei (weekly Edition of the Commercial Tribune ) come that this grand country is itch and sister were the guests of Mrs. ical. Just now the title of "The In- bridge. The tract contains from to "0 acres Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed ner Experiences of a Cabinet Mem- to suit purchaser, all lies in one boundary. ing, so to speak, for a war and that we Tiny Cheatham Sunday. Ureatly excellent land, well fenced and plenty of Improved ir?l ber's Wife" is attracting attention. water. Easy Now Ten Pages Weekly J. M. HiesiNBOTHAX will finally succeed in getting into one. Presiden Terms. Enlarged. Euery Uay. is Jan. 28, '98. In other words, Uncle Sam has a chip An exchange says a little girl named Julia Magruder's new JERRY P, BLAND. Lbwis Y. Lxavzll given the title of "A Heaven-Kissinon his shoulder and by continually B. F. Hudson Castaiei per cr- - IV I Mary went to a boarding school and Hill" taken from Shakespeare, really, daring, some one to knock it off, the W. 0. Rionkt YEAR. Assistant Cash'r, soon dropped a letter from her name but who but the Journal would have . Send for Sample Copies. right party will finally be found. We making it May. Last year she marC. D. Walkkb Special inducements to Club Raisers. BooUceepe-thought of it? Marion Crawford's new believe the United States can whip any & ried and still another was clipped. story is called "The Dead Smile"' a DIBECTORS: other nation on the globe, and are Sheis Ma now. title good enough to sell any story. OUR GREAT SPECIAL OFFER FOR confident that many of the high offJ.M.HlGOINBOTHAJf, LlWIS Y. LKAVKLL, TO DIRECT LINE "The Men I Never Married" is tacked icials think the same way, but the J.S.Johnson, T.M. Abnold, PREACHERSVILLE. H. C. Abnold, Jr. to a new series. "The Man Under B. F. Hudson. A Stupedious Enterprise of Interest, simple fact that we can lick 'em is no 1LXX.GIBB8, Ihirty-five- " J. J.Walkxh made the reputation o: White SnlDinr reason why we should. There is al to all Readers. J. L. Hutchings bought a mare from Lilian Bell in this magazine. Jacob Y. Bobineon. "My ways a way to avoid trouble if one Jna Lovell for $37.59. Literary Passions," under which Mr. wants to avoid it and in these blessed THE COMMRCIAL E Your correspondent is sick this week Howells wrote in the Journal, served Market Quotation. days of peace all differences can be at once to attract attention. Julian Corrected weekly by H. B. North- amicably settled if those interested thus this short letter. Oil Point Miss Maggie Sutton opeued a select Hawthorne sends a strong story to the cott only desire that it be done that way. Egss magazine, but with a poor title. It is Newport News, school at this place last Monday. dnll, 13 and 14c Chickens to 5c Jones Anderson and J. F. Holtzclaw immediately rechristened "There are Hens 4 to 4Jc Young WIve, Do Likewise. rented the entire S. W. Harber farm no Wolves in Ireland." Yet each title Young Rbosters 3 to 3$c TO EACH YEARLY SUBSCRIBER I adopted by this clever magazine fits He criticised her pudding, and he for $38L Old Roosters 2c didn't like her cake; he wished she'd The mail failed to be carried from the story and is really the best caption Turkeys Cto6c Baltimore, Who will send xoc Additional for Postage and Pack' Old Gobblers 5 to 5c make the biscuits his mother used to and to Preachersville Saturday on ac- for it. "A Minister of the World" ing. 6oc Net to Accompany Each Order. 5c started that story on its success. "Mr. make; she didn't wash the dithes,. and count of high water. New York City. Ducks Geese $3.00 to fl.OO per doz. Beecher as I Knew Him" was an iniAN ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE AUTHORITY. she didn't make a stew, and she didn't Hides, Green , 6 to 6c Miss Maggie Hollie, of Hanging Fork mitable title for Mrs. Beecher's memEAST BOUND. mend his stockings as his mother used 10c Butter Advanced orders may be placed now. Almanac ready for de" 28 to 29c to da Oh! well, she wasn't perfect, and Miss Lulie Lay, of Lower Garrard oirs, of her husband. "The Gentle- Leave Lexington, . i.ll:25 a. m. and 8 :50 r. m, Feathers, fine white geese livery January 1, 189a Every reader should have this invalu" Winchester. .U58A.M. " 9:23 p.m. " " 25 to 27c gray' " jthe tried, to do her best, until she were guests of Miss Katie Payne Sat- man Who is Going to Die" is the capable volume of Statistical, Educational, Agricultural, Historicbat 6:.')0 A. M 3:40 p, '. 20 to 21c Philadelphia ..10:15 a. m. 7:05 P. M. Duck feathers' al and General Compliation of Useful and Interesting' Facts and thought the time had come for her to urday. Mrs. Jas. Payne and sister, tion for a forthcoming story by Clara New York 12;40 A.M. ; 15 to 20c per hundred. P.M. Miss Katie, visited at Rowland Sunday. Morris. Talk about 98 p. m. Rags Figures. cleverness in have a rest. So, when, one day, he 7 :15 8:00 p.m. Boston ,.. 8 to 15c Iron titles, what magazine is such a growled, and whined the whole day Bones WZST BOUND. 20 to 2oc Address The Commercial Co. Don't annoy others by your cough in the art as is The Ladies' Lv Winchester? :30 A. M. 4:45 P. M. and 3:00 P. M Calves, veal $2.50 to $5.50 per head. through, she turned him up and Ar CINCINNATI, OHIO. "faaaed his pants" as mother used to ing, and riik your life by neglecting a Home Journal? And a newspaper Arvv Lexineton8 :00 a. m.,5:I5 p. m. and 3:45 p. m Frankfort 9 :10 A. M., 6;13 P. M. cold. One minute Cough cure cures man knows how difficult this art of Arv Shelby vllle 10:01 a. m.. 7:00 p. m. The entertainment of Gov. Bradlev da Ex. p. M. is. But nothing is so Arv Louisville 11:00 A. M.. 8:00 Louisville, Lex- to the general assembly has been nost- coughs, colds, croup, grippe and all 'lhrough sleepers between poned. No cause is given and the sup and New throat and long troubles. . Stormes valuable in attracting the eye of the ingtonrates or York without change. MjjtfNUMAN TEA cues position is it will come in the. near r or iniormation write to Drug Store. lm public. G. W. BARNEY,. future. wdz, Constipation and Dir. Pass. Agent, Lexington, Ky- Begulateetae Liver. Price, 25 eta. EVKEY WEEK BYl CENTRAL RKCOED BUCKEYE. deep"-sentc- d Mia RrB, "McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, :I: C Lillavd do Siouz, Lancaster, Kentucky. OfJLY Tn PUREST Find ffiffll DRUGS AND MEDICINES Haps, $$sUk !&$ittUi Sftillli USED IN PRESCRIPTIONS. Stationery, Paints, Oils, Etc. DAIMVILLE, KENTUCKY. i&JJF The Latest Styles, n, H- - A Real Blood Remedy deep-seate- d Fine Footwear t, Rents Furnishings. Consul-Gener- Consul-Genera- l. DA CALDWELL & LANIER, NVILLE, KEN TUCKY. Inl W. J. LOUGHRIDGE, , Manufacturer nf Hemp. Cheapside. Dealer in Cultivated and Lint Hemp Seed and Clover Seed. Lexington, the Telephone 205. Kentucky. NITIIItL -- BANK n Hours Insurance Agency 57,000,000 a-- mill-ston- Ham-mac- 01 Insurance 0 0 ilJffiN COMPANY. y DENTIST. mm "uu "Side-Talk- Weil-Know- LAND FOB THE WEEKLY GOUQKQEllI; GAZETTE CO love-stor- y g c HESAPEAKE OHIO - RY. Spina 50 TO 1898 TIME'S 450-PAG- Wort, Encyclopedia Almanac and fear Bool f FREE past-mast- Tribune title-makin- g ORDER NOW. Indi-feetie- s. V . FOE. CASH! I have concluded it will be best for me and my customers to sell for Cash. Will sell to everyone alike for Cash. No Time, No Bad Debts, No Fancy Profits. Casn Bargains for the year All Rock-Botto- FARM AND STOCK NOTES, Baby Mine! Every mother feels an i n d e -scribable dread of the pain and danger attend- 1898. Mrs. Moody Harden. at Iligginbotham's, near near Marcellus, the latter part of last Mr. G. T. week. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, January, 28, 1898. r Mr. R. B. Totten has returned to Il- linois. Mrs. Eliza Farris is visiting relatives in Lexington. Miss Bettic Henry is visiting relatives in Crab Orchard. John Anderson, of McKinney, is visiting relatives here. Miss Elisa Luslc, has been visiting her aunt, Mrs Hettie Denney. Miss Mary Miller entertained the Cinch Club, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Win. Berhele, of Bryantsvillc, was a visitor here last week. Mrs A. II. Rice has been spending a few days in Danville, this week. A crowd of young people went down to sec the Kentucky river Sunday. Miss Sophoronia Smith, has returned from a protracted visit to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Holman, of Mt Sterling, are guests Mrs. Uunley Singleton. Jno. Baughraan, of Danville, was here Sunday to see one of our pretty girls. Judge It A. Burnside was confined to his room by illness several days this week. 3Irs. Fisher Gaines was over from Danville to see her father, Mr. Theo. Currey. Messrs. Jack Beazley and Eurton, of Stanford, were James Beazley's guests Sunday. Mr. Theodore Currey is, we are glad to note, able to be back at his place of business. Misses Kate and Lillian Kinnaird entertained the Dixie Club Monday ovcning. Miss Florence Tanner, of McKinney, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. K JShugars. Capt. White is now able to sit up and get about, but the miserable weather keeps him indoors. Capt Chas. Gallagher is quite ill at .A the home of his lliatt, at Ilyattsville. We are glad to note a big improve ment in the condition of Mr. Jno. L. Arnold, who has been quite ill at his home near town. Miss Edith Cotton, of Upper Garrard, entertained Uhursday evening. The occasion was the ISth birthday of the fair hostess. Many handsome presents werj received. EJ. Walton represented the Stanford Journal on the streets Monda3' and honored our ofiice with a call. Ed is a fellow whom we are always glad to see and his visits are very en joyable to all, from editor to deviL Miss Clemma L. Furr, our pretty and Flatwoods youthful honored The Record ofiice with a call Monday, the clerks in her father's. store, and while in town bought a bill of goods from Bob Lytle, the dry jroods drummer. Mr. Lytle said she was the youngest customer he ever sold to, and that the did remarkably well for one of her years. CoL nenry Patterson, who has lean spending several weeks with relatives in Texas, returned Monday, wearin big sombrero, tommahawk, spurs, and He carries a smile scalpine-knifwhich leads us to believe that he met a pretty girl in the Lone Star state. which captured the clever old fellow's heart, and he wears weapons to keep the Kentucky girls from kidnaping son-in-lae. fat E. W. Arnold so'd Robinson cow for 2 J. I. Hamilton bought a fat cow from Swinebroad for 14.00. J. C. Hays sold to Fox, of Boyle, 20 head of yearlings at 17 00 each. J. M. Roberts sold T. S. Elkin some good butcher cattle at a fair price. Thos. Collet sold to Lign Pence, of Lincolu, a nice young cow for 25.00. W. G. & C. W. Anderson bought of Wm. Doolin 9 feeders at a fair price. Price Bourne sold to Mr. Russell, of harness horse, Boyle, a nice price S70. J. G. Burnside, bought of Mr. Allen. of Hustonville, a bunch of 1,000 lb cattle at 4c. W. G. Anderson bought of J. C. Hays and others a nice bunch of good heir-ers at $15.00. Wm. Grimes, of Lincoln, bought a mea Dunun OI calves irora ueo. ouei c. ant upon the its anticipation suffering and danger of the ordeal make most critical period of her life. Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the one ot misery. MOTHER'S FRIEND the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suffering incident to maternity; this hour which s dreaded as woman s severest trial is not only made painless, but all trie. danger is removed by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer de at S10.CC spondent or gloomy; nervousness J. M. Roberts sold to Leroy Hisle, of nausea and other distressing conJessamine, S yearling cattle at 17.00 ditions are avoided, the systens per head. made ready for the coming event, G. Fox Kinnaird Bourne sold to B. and. the serious accidents so com combined of Danville, a mon to the critical hour are horse for 75. obviated by the use of Mother's Andrew Thompson sold G. B. Bright a yoke cf work cattle at $'J.25 per nun dred. J. P. Bourne bought of B. F. Fox of mare Danville, a nice pair of mules for S135. C. W. Anderson bought of W. T. Doolin some heifers and yearlings at 1G.50 and 20.03. B. G. Fox of Danville, bought 13 head of horses here Monday, prices ranging from 50 to 1.07. Wm. Hudson, of Adair, Co., sold to Mr. Givens, of Lincoln, a nice bunch of yearling cattle at 23.30 per head, Col. B F. Robinson shipped to Cin cinnati a load of light hogs for which he paid from 2 to 3 per pound. Fox & Rice of Danville, shipped 50 horses and mules to Atlanta last week which they bought in Boyle, Garrard and Mercer. B. F. Robinson bought of Col. W. S Ferguson 15 extra shoats at 3 cents also a lot from James Ward and others at less price. Broaddus of Illinois, and T. J. Cur tis of Madison county, bought from various parties Monday, G mules prices ranging from SCO to S0, J. W. Poor bought some cows and heifers from d.ffwent part'os at good prices; aiso a thoroughbrel bull from Fox, of Danville, at 40.00. Auctioneer Bottom made the fol lowing sales Monday: G steea calves ;9.25; 2 cows, $25; 10 yearlings, 812.50 G yearlings, 11.75; 23 extra 12 to 15 23; 1G calves, 13. GO; cows, mules, 14.27. Plant no fruit trees unless you in1 tend to feed and cultivate them. It will be useless. Set out first a diverse supply for home use, for there is as much profit in this as in those planted for sale. It is idle to set out strawberry plants in shallow soil, and unless the ground is pretty free from penennial weeds these weeds will become an unbear able abomination. If the plants can be set out with a ball of earth they may be put out in the fall and produce a good crop next summer; otherwise wait until spring, for they will then have ample time to mature for the coming season. Mr. F. D. Spottswood has sold to B Patchings, of Mayland, N. Y., the very high class stallion, Cecilian 2;19) C. sold in Columbus. Ga.. a car load of cotton mules at S3S. Dan Ilolman bought of J. C Hays 10 yearlings at 13. Jones sold in Atlanta 2'J cotton j0 round. mules at Greenberry Bright bought of Withers 100 shocks of fodler at 18e and 430 of Mrs. Broaddus at 15c He sold to Wood 20 shoats at S.)i. Crutchfield & Co., bought of T. W. Hutchison three heifers at 10, three butcher cattle of a German at 12 and of various parties a lot of miik cows at 15 toS-0- . Swinebroad sold to Gentry Bros., of Boyle, two horses 'or 200, to Lawrencebsirg parlies 33 slop cattle at 4c and bought in Whitley county a car load of plain 700 to McClure & Nacattle at d pier have bought some 25 1,000 to cattle at 2c. They will slop them at Jtimeu' distillery. They also bought some light cattle at 3c. Mr. McClure sold to Jesse McFadden a mare mule for 52 50. Interior Jour1,103-poun- ALL WOMEN Should know that the "Old Time" liemedy, 5 sensation in the throat is instantly K fS g relieved by Dr. Boll's Tickling Pinc-Ta- Is the best for Feaale Troubles. Corrects all irregularities in Female Organs. Should tx) taken tor Chuge ol Life and before Plasters "Old Tine" Readies have stood the test for twenty years. Mads only by New Spencer Medicine Co., Cnat- unuuga, i ennessee. r Money coughs : s nal. Alec Walker sold to B. F. Robinson 43, 125 pound shoats at 3c. LEAF. g 3 rj 1 a wonaertui remedy for and all troubles caused by inlliiiiiniation of the mucous mem- brunes of the throat and respiratory organs, a purely vegetable coin- - sz pound, it contains nothing but heal- - 2 iUKundinvteoratiui'i'iedicInul nrot-- s ertlcs. It is guaranteed to euro the most stubborn cougna as well as If aslhma, bronchitis, soro throat. La3 Grippe, whooping cough, and croup. :E For sale by IL R McRoberts, Lancaster BR Pfne-Tar-Hon- BELL'S Is sold soc tl ONCE Bright young WAXTPD AT to handle onr celebra man ted Lubricating Oils and Greases. Salary anci expenses. Enclose stamp for particulars. Address, ukesukst utu uu..Minn. Minneapolis, ey NOTICE TO CREDITORS. All parties having claims against the assign ed estate ol O P. Stone this day assigned to mo will present the same to me at Stone, Ky.. or my attorney, J. Mort Kothwell, at Lancas ter, Ky., on or before April 1st, 1893. This Juu. 18th 1838. A. D. FORD, Assignee O. P. Stone. Paint Lick Creek was higher Satur day than it has been for a long time. The sale of Willis Adam? on the 22d was postponed on account of high waters and the rain poured down all day. Wo had a considerable wind and rain storm here Saturday night. It blew the top off of E. W. Norris corn crib and turned over his hen house and carried it about fifty feet. John Pearl, of London was here a few days ago looking after hU farm. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lcavell, of Bry- antsville, were here on a visit Satur day and Sunday. William Asher has rented his black' smith and carriage shop to John Iluck er anu iioaney uriggs ior tnis year. Tliej' are both young men with the get up and get in them and they will do rushing business. John can make anything from a didy pin to a traction engine. Rodney can make anything except a dJdy pin. Mr. William Asher, our clever black smith at Paint L'ck, has invented double shovel plow and made applica tion for a patent which will make the oldest farmers smile to see it come into their corn fields and prove it's work It is so constructed that by m.rvln one small bolt it can be made to run deep or shallow, then you can take off a part of the beam and convert it into a single shovel plow and lay off corn or tobacco land., so you see he has two plows m one. Jt is light, simple and nothing to get out of order. We hopto see Mr. Asher reap a nice fortun from his invention and balieve ho will .'or it is the farmers friend and that is what they want. everywhere at 25jr. il.iA) a nettle, or 1 will le scnturuu recti nt t! of price ty z Thei:. K. .Catlirrlnnd 5 Medicine Comjnnr, i'nduca'ii, Kentucky. f Friend. BOOKS is a blessing to woman. Drug-Stores- , $1.00PERBOTTLE at all or sent Dy express on receipt oi price. 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Greenleaf, of Richmond, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Lucinda Greenleaf. Mr. J. D. Baxter, of Lebanon, was here this week to ses one of our charm ing young ladies. Miss Pattie McPherson, who has been with Miss Lula Batson, has re turned to Stanford. Mrs. Alex. Beazley and son, Will, of Crab Orchard, have been the guests of Dr. Walter Beazley. Mr. and Mrs. Patton and two charm ing children, of Madison, have been quests at the Lancaster UoteL .Miss Knox, an accomplished nurse of Lexington, is again with Miss Lula JJatson, who still continues to improve. Mr. Sm Joseph, the popular Cincinnati drummer, has been spending a few days with his brother, Mr. Jacod Joseph. Mr. n. T. Ray, of Buckeye, spent several days with his sister, Cordie, be fore entering Central Normal, Dan villc, I nd. CoL Jno. W. Miller has been ir southean Kentucky this week on busi ness. Tuesday he was registered at the iliard, Louisville. Misses Jaynie Shumate and Olivia Sweeney attended a house party given Depot Agent Patterson has recover ed rapidly during the past few weeks and was able to go to Berea this week for a visit. He was taken ill last August and this is his first venture out of the house. Considering the long siege, he does not look much the worse for wear, and his many friend are glad to see him on loot again During his illness his accomplished wife has indeed proven a helpmeet She has run the complicated business at the railroad office, lpoked after his coal and grocery business, beside at tending to the thousand household duties which devolve upon the good women. One would think her pretty well worn out when Sunday comes but during the entire illness of Mr, Patterson she never missed attending Sunday school, preaching and prayer meeting, playing the organ and lead ing the singing at each. Such faith ful, industrious wives are scarce these days, the majority prefering to re main in the parlor dressed in finery and talking about the neighbors. The Senate killed the bill to prohibit the marriage of first cousins. There are 90.000 women and girls Michigan engaged in gainful oscupa tions. There are over 800 cases on the Circuit Court docket in Pineville and court will hold a month. Rev. T. De Witt Talmage was married SaturJay at Pittsburgh to Mrs. Elore McCutcheon Collier. The Shelbv countv crand iurv has indictments, sev returned forty-fou- r eral of which are against drujgUts for selling cocaine. Mr. Hobbs, of Lexington, introduced a bill to levy a tax of two cents to raise a fund of S3J0,000 for the erection of new State-house. storing vigor to the aged race horse. bringing back the flashing eye and proud bearing, and arousing its dormant ambitions. The Weed, Louisville, leading tobac co journal says: Dark tobacco shows no improvement since the first of the year, witn me prooaoie exception ui good leaf suitable for the rehandlers. Old Burley has shown much improve ment during the past week and gives promise of coming near priges on the new crop. Old Colory Burley is especially in good demand. From, the present outlook, Louisville will handle less Dark tobacco this year tban has been known in the history of the market for ten years. Large sales "in the field." and the very high prices paid at the Dark markets has caused a very great shortage in shipments to this market. There can be no doubt that the s horse industry starts the year of 1S9S on a more siibstantial foot ing than it has been during the past four years, says tho Winchester Demo crat The demand for good horses in 1897 was greatly increased, and prioes ruled almost as high as ever they did with the exception of in "boom times. The advantage of advertising a horse early is that he may be among the first considered when mares are being booked, and the wise stallion owner will not overlook this fact. Money invested in an advertisement at the proper time and in the proper manner could not be spent to any better advantage under any conditions. Bear this in mind and do not fail to an nounce your stallion as early as pos light-harnes- TRAVELING MEN I ASK ALL Whu Dwe Me To call and settle. My bills in the city are due and I must have Please remem what is due me. ber that I mean this card for all who owe me. What Without is Home Music? from MISS SALLLE TILLETT. FIRE anftUmNSURAN C E Planters and Summer CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic, Jetiralgia und Toothnche in five minutes. SourStomach Complaints. Brice, 25 Cents. SPPJMFIELD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. CO Loss Satisfactorily Afljiistei a& Robinson & Hamilton Agts Bp.YANTSvn.i.E, bible. Ky Office over Post Office. e the following compositions, in full sized sheet mnsic, printed on good paper, sent prepaid by mail. 105 "Silver Stars" (Piauo4hands) Bohon. 151 "The Rait" (Vocal) Plnsuit. S3S "Rondo Capriccioso" (Plano)Mendelsshon. 29 "Ask Me Not Why-- ' (Vocal) Donizetti. 103 "Tannhauser March" (Piano) Wagner. 157 "The Wanderer" (Vocal) Schubert. 100 "Fanst,"op.35 (Piano)..., Leyborch. 7 "Bells of St. Mary's" (Vocal) Rodney. 101 "DeMolay Commandery March" (Piano) Marzian. 90 "Hear Me, Norma" (Vocal dnet.... Bellini. 110 "The Storm" (descriptive. Piano) ..Weber 107 "Land of the Swallows" (Vocal duet) Masslni. 102 "Musical Club Waltz" (Piano) ....Redman. 101 "Welcome to Dixie" (Vocal) ..Macfarlane. 109 "Hungarian Rhapsode" (Piano) Liszt. 103 'My Old Kentucky Home" (Vocal) Foster. Ill "The Flatterer"(Piano,4hands)Chaminad. Any six of the above sent for 50 cents. N. B. Our references are the Y. M. C. A., or any Bank in our city. Postage stamps accep ted. Address, For a Dime (roc) take your choice A writer in the Scientific American Growers Insurance Co., and to whom says he has cleared his premises of To the members of the Kentucky Lancastkr, : : : Kentucky. John Horn Publishing. Company, 441 E. Gray St., - LOUISVILLE, KY. KAIL. ItOAD TIME TABLES. by Gambenetta likes; dam, by Nut wood, This is one of the highest type of trotting stallions in Kentucky, as he is siring speed and size and invari able beauty. His removal to New York will be quite a loss to the breed ing interests of Keatucky. Harrods' burg Democrat A novel enterprise will be started near the Harlen track, Chicago, when racing season opens. Horsemen will be attracted by a sign which will read about as follows; "For Horses Tur kish baths, G; Russian baths, 5.50 Vapor baths, 5. Skilled Massage at The Mullins and Langford factions tendants. Rejuvenescene of Equines met at Mt Vernon, Ky., and made an a specialty." M. B. Boyle, of No. 12 D5 agreement to keep the peace and let Wabash avenue, proposes to introduce the law take its course. this innovation in the metnods or re vermin by making whitewash yellow with copperas and covering the stones and rafters with it. In every crevice in which a rat might go hi pat the copperas, and scattered it in the cor ners of the floor. The result was, complete disappearance of rats ana mice. Since that time not a rat or a mouse has been seen near the house. Cecil sold to McAlister, of Moreland, three weanling fillies by Cecilian at 100 each. Swinebroad sold to Gentry Bros., of Lexington, a pair of good fiye- 2J0. year-ol- d combined horses for Carpenter & Scearce, of Anderson, bought of Swinebroad twenty-sevecattle at about four cents, and Mr. Swinebroad also sold to McKinney & Benedict a lot of calve.-- ;SS. He has just received a splendid lot of fifty feeding cattle, two to four years old, which e he picked up in the mountains. Advocate. Lincoln Items. Dr. J. B. Owsley n Dan-vil'- it may concern: O .ving to the many inquiries rela tive to the loss of my dwelling by fire, I wish to say for the benefit of those interested, that the amount due under my policy in case of a total loss was determined when I made my ap plication and as shown by my policy Owing to my absence in Virginia my loss was not certified by Mr. G. T. Higginbotham, Chairman of Garrard cjunty board, to the campany for pay ment until Nov. 23J, and in less than sixty days thereafter I received the en tire amount insured for. For solvenc and cheapness every farmer" should consider our company before insuring elsewhere. Yours truly, N. Noe. The above speaks for itself and those desiring protection to their property against fire, lightning and wind at price in accord with the cost of carry ing it, should confer with D.4W. Dunn Danville, solicitor for Boyle county, Jesse Doty, Hyattsville, solicitor for CUBAN OIL cures PfaHfrt 9 Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu- Garrard county, H. C Baughman, Stan riMlllvl ford. B. B. Ken Jail, General Manager, matism and Sores. Price, 25 cents. Lexington, Ky. Jan. 28, 3t. HEW LIVERY. I have purchased the Walker stable and am prepared to furnish the j K. Jouth-b'nNorth-b'nNorth-b'nd C. Branch. Southb'nd North-bounNorth-b'nd Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3:40 p. x. " Mixed. 8:00 a.m. " " Pass'gr " 4:50 p. sc. 3onth-b'n- d Very Best Rigs ! South-boun- d " " Knoxville Branch. Mail, passes Stanford, Express. " " " Express, " " Mail, " 12:37 12:04 3:13 p. x. a. x. p.m. 1:27 p.x. Educate on the shortest notice FOR A 3 situation. Special attention given Commercial Travelers rixrvm "rTri"NTt TT" 2 Biskwss, .5 COLLEGE PHONOGRAPHY, Tyie Writing elagrapfef Queen & Crescent Route. 6:09 a. m :41 p. m Address PASSES DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. For circular of his famous and responsibls COMMERCIAL 1 WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY., OF KY. UNIVERSITY in positions. Tui- Number 10 (Daily except Sunday) Number C (Daily Number 4 (Daily) Flag Number2 (don't stop) SOUTH BOUND. 3:31a.m 3:50 a. m Refers to thousand SuorUiand,Type-Wntin- j, Awarded Medal at World' Exposition. of prnrluati-- Cost of Full Kiuinru Course, including tion, Books and ltourd in family, alwut f.O. Number 1 (don't stop) Nnmher 5 (Daily ) Number 9 ( Daily except Sunday) Number 3 (Midnight flag) Daily and Telegraphy , Specialties. 11:55 a. m E3"Th Kentucky University Diploma, undej seal, awarded graduates. Literary Cininw free, if desired. 11 52 a. m No vacation. Enter now. Graduates successful. 8:10 p. ra, Irttrra rrurA h, athlrtM oayv order to hnrr II :55 p. m. WILBUR R.SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY. vr GREAT BARGAINS In Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Gents Furnishing Goods. GIVE US A CALL .... .- WE CAN AND WILL SATE Scu.'tii. sidle YOU MONEY. TRY US! I KENTUCKY STATE NEWS. jJAMES Defaulting W. TATE, Ken-trclc- FULL LIST Df tlio Delegates for the Commercial Canpress in I' !nrm;i. Fi:ANiiror.T. Ky., Jan. 21. The full list of appointments made by tlie gov- - ; KENTUCKY jbWiSMTUKE j;ec!ar SesalonT FKASKtoitT. Ky.. Jan. a).- - Senate Action was tiiUeu o:i t!:e following liliN Wcilncsrtny: Tl.e I'ill tlrcluiin;; ilonestlratctl deer to Le proiT'ly was j ussul; the bill Incori uniting it fourtli-class a DUTCH. llow They dino Together in a Xotablo IRTISH AND THE Fkankioht, Ky., Jan. the defaulting Tate, treasurer of Kentucky, who skipped the state leav ing it deficit of about SS'J.OiK) 11 years Bjro. is now lesrallv dead, if not actu ally so. There has always been a gn at deal of mystery connected with Tate's disappearance, and it hiis been claimed by all his enemies and many friends that he was his of foreign eouutry olive in some the nroceeds of his The law in Ken goltcn wealth tucky is. however, that after a man has lxien missing for seven ycar.s and iiothinir has leen heard from him d ur ine that time, that he is loyally dead. and it was under this statute that his heirs recently brought suit against the insurance companies to recover the upon his life. The insurance fought the cases bitterly tintil Friday morning, when tlie attorneys for the Connecticut Mutual liife appeared in court and paid over Si, 100 on the 55,000 policy which Tate carried in their company. In so doing they virtually admit the death of the treasurer. The other defendants, it is said, will follow the example tit tlie Connecticut Life, and the last chapter in the Tate ease, one of the most sensational in the history of the state, will have been closed. 22. -- J W. 111- KsrStato Treasurrr of Lotrallj' I5ril. trnor for the Commercial congress in Florida is as follows: State at Largo James F. lhickncr, W. Alcorn, jr., Louisville, Ky.; Jam-iStanford, Ky.; Henry Ccorge, Ky.; John V. Lewis, Springlield, Mny-Bcl- II. H. Huston, Ky.; W. S. Mason, Maylield, Ky. Second District John Thixton, sr., Ky.; Edward P.. Long, Dwensboro. llopkinsville, Ky. Third District W. Fred Long, lioeh ster, Ky.; W. U. Dulauey, Howling ! recti. Ky. Fourth District David U. Murray, L'loverport, Ky.; Cad Ihirbii. Hodgcim- pillc, Ky. First District Fifth District Thomas J. Landrum, Louisville, Ky.; George Doll, Louisville, Ky. Sixth District George W. Duiilap, Independence, Ky.; Thomas 15. Matthews, Petersburg, Ky. Seventh District P. P. Johnston, Lexington, Ky.; Charlton Alexander, Paris, Ky. Eighth District It. F. Roach. Ilar- rodsburg. Ky.; V. J. Wilmorc, Lamp Nelson, Ky. Ninth District Maysvillc, land, Ky. Garrett C. Ky.; A. C Campbell, C. O Rear. S. Harkins, Hall, Ash ML Tenth District E. Sterling. Ky.; Walter Kv. LEXINGTON AFTER IT. 10.000 II.miii for-th- e Tbe City Will Kills? Oild Eleventh District Columbia, Ky.; V. Thomas L. Neat, E. Riley, Piueville, 20. A committee composed of representatives of the four local lodges, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, with Hon. .1. Soule Smith as chairman and spokesman, appeared lefore the Fayette fiscal eourt Wednesday and asked for an appropriation to purchase a site for the proposed new Home for the Widows and Orphans of Odd Fellows. Judge Smith stated that it is the intention of the Kentucky odd fellows to erect a building costing S20.000, and that they would locate in the Central Kentucky town offering the best site. The liscal court 4,000. The committee appropriated will go before the general council with a request for a similar appropriation from the city. An effort will then be on made to raise an additional the outside. It is almost a certainty that with S10,0'J0 for a site the home will be established here. Li:xiNi"ioN, .Ian. continued until nearly morning, when the quarrel was renewed. Pistols were drawn, the lights shot out and a When the desperate duel begun. shooting ceased the two lopies were found to be dead and Wallace fatally Tramps ua Pallbearers. rAnueAH, Ky., Jan. 21. Trainmen wounded. arriving in the city from the tramp LITTLE BOY camp near the Illinois Central track, His two miles from the city, reported that Deliberately ShootsMay Iteeover. r-She the ragged occupants were preparing FitAXKFOKT, Ky., Jan. 25. A sevon- to atteud llerry's funeral in a boy shot his sis might occur. Eight of ycar-olit their number have been selected to ter in deliberate Monday afternoon intention of killwith the act as pallbearers at the interment, ing her, and all but accomplished his Mrs. Sadie Miller lferry and her attor-neF. G. Flood, have left for Mount purpose. Willis Crane was playing with his Mrs. Kerry departed Vernon, I1L Fanny the litlle without having made a second visit to dinner sister when asoon after quar childish hour, Bee her husband's body. rel arose and they finality began kicking aud scratching each other. Willis Will Sue the Governor. TAii:cAir, Ky., Jan. 21. The city pulled away exclaiming: "I will kill marshal of Paducah is preparing asuit you!" and went to a trunk in the room. against the governor to test the law opened it, took out a pistol, returned relative to mileage allowed for return to his sister and deliberately fired at of culprits to the state. The marshal her, the ball entering her breast just lately sent to Ohio for a forger and the above, the heart and near the shoulder. governor only allowed three cents She is still alive, and the physicians mileage when the law says six cents. think the little tot has a chance to reThe marshal lost by the trip, and hence cover. the proposed suit. The marshal says No Danger of a Flood at Louisville. he has a murderer located, but under Loinsvii.i.i:, Ky., Jan. 25. There is the governor's award can not afford to no danger of a Hood here now. but send for the man. river men say that the Ohio will creep up fully three or four feet more, which Gets a Life Sentence. will put the water well up into the FitANKFORT, Ivy., Jan. 22. The Charles Taylor, whose death sen- streets which run to the wharf. It is rising Monday slowly but steadily, tence for murder of the Negro girl, Nellie Stepp, in November, 1890, was and alreaily the water is in the cellars reversed by the court of appeals, was and houses aloug Fourth and Fifth given a life sentence Friday on his streets that are nearest the river and second triaL He assaulted and mur- the residents are preparing to seek dered the girl and then placed her places of safety as soon as the threat body in a running branch of water ened rise comes. and covered her with stones. lie conA Lengthy Con r! ship. fessed and told the officers where to IIawesvii.i.e, Ky., Jan. 22. When find her body, else it would never have Charles Davidson and Miss Ella Newbeen found. man were married Wednesday one of the most remarkable courtships ended. Jnntlce llincs Dead. Davidson is the son of a farmer in this Frankfokt, Ky., Jan. 24. Justice Thomas II. llincs died at his county. In 1S74, just as he was home here Sunday morning after a leaving his teens, he fell in love with prolonged illness. He has been prom- Ella Newman. Since that time they inent in state politics since the war, have been devoted aud true lovers. in which his reputation as one of John Itrakemau Killed at Milldalc. Morgan's conferrces gave him a worldNewtokt, Ky., Jan. 24. The brake-ma- n wide reputation. It was he who who was killed during tho windplanned and led the escape of Mor- storm at Milldalc, Ky., Saturday night (O.) pris- is named A. E. WeigeL gan's men from the Columbus His body was on, and his published story of the es- sent to Sparta, Ky., for interment Suncape was widely read and commented day afternoon. From ali that can be upon a few years ago. learned it seems Wcigel's death is due to the strong wind that prevailed about Train Derailed. Bdroik, Ky., Jan. 24: Train No. 4, 11:30 Saturday night from New Orleans, on the Southern Netv Kentucky Postmasters. railway, was derailed by a misplaced Washington, Jan. 22. The followswitch here at 7:20 Sunday morning. ing fourth-clas- s postmasters for KenThe engine, baggage and mail ears and tucky were commissioned Friday: Ibex, four passenger coaches left the track Elliott county, Mary E Green, vies S. The front of mail car was crushed and L. Green, resigned; Mary, Magoffin the other coaches slightly damage. No. county, I. N. Hammond, vice S. Montone was hurt The switch was left gomery resigned; See, Powell county, open, it is supposed, by the Louisville Hiram llodgers, vice Calvin Knox, reSouthern freight crew which used it signed. . last, Employment For idle Hen. A Victim of the Storm. Pinkvillk, Ky., Jan. 24. The log Vaixev View, Ky., Jan. 25. John men of this section are jubilant over aged 25, was found near the "log tide" in the river and creeks. here unconscious and may die. It was The saw mills in and around this place at first supposed he had been foully have been shut down for several dealt with, but it was ascertained latei months on account of "low water," that he had been overcome by the and two or three hundred men storm. He lay 14 hours before being have been idle will now have employment. found. Message to the Legislature A Railroad Commlislou Rill. Fraxkfokt, Ky., Jan. 21. Gov. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 25. Before the Bradley has prepared a supplemental session has advanced much farther message to send to the legislature, some member will introduce a bill procalling attention to a request that an viding, as the constitution permits and appropriation be made for the purpose suggests, that the three railroad comof having a Kentucky exhibit, like missioners shll be elected from the many other southern states, at the state at large, instead of by the voters and International of each railroad district, as at present. exhibition at Omaha. Petroleum from Japan. For Cuban Relief. In Japan petroleum is now a Louisville, Ky., Jan. 25. The Cuban inrelief committee of Kentucky, as ap- dustry has product, although the only been started within pointed by the governor, has estab the last few years. Tlie total output lished an office and headquarters in The work is nonpolitical. an 1893 was 3,320,707 gallons, which was Louisville. increase of more than 50 per cent, in four years. The wells are in general Charged With Robbery. Georgetown. Ky., Jan. 20. Ed Cox less than COO feet deep, two only of and W. E. Young, of Lexington, were them reaching 1.C00 feet. With the inarrested in that city Wednesday for troduction of American methods and robbing J. XV. Webber, of Franklin borings to lower levels the supply is county, of S1C0 in this city Monday expected to be far more abundant. night, Webber was badly beaten up, The men were brought to Georgetown. An Eight-ShRevolver. The five and six shot revolvers are Exciting Chmie After a Keero. familiar sights to almost anyone who LocisviLLE, Ky., Jan. 2a Lieut Wickham and Officers Moran and Ilepp has anything to do with revolvers, and is no longer a had an exciting chase after Jno. Woods, even the seven-shVorrn sthnut S nVlrvk WpdnpsrlRxr rarity, but it is reported that a prom' orninjr. When the Neero was cauebt inent arms manufacturing company is revolver eight pistols, three watches and a razor about to place an eight-shupon the marjtej. were found oo hit person rr Sisted d Nc-pr- o, Trans-Mississipot TWO MEN DEAD Another Fatally Wounded, the Oat- roinc of ii 1'istol Duel ill Leslie County. Ky., Jan. 25. Win. and PlXKVlM.E, Harvey Topic are dead and Lew Wallace is fatally wounded as the result of x pistol duel in a room in Leslie county, near the IJell and Harlan county line, Sunday night. The Topic boys were invited by Wallace to go to his house and engage in a game of draw poker. The game seemed to be one- ulcd, all the tallacc winning money. rinally the Joptes retuseii to pay some money that allace said they owed and a quarrel followed. Peace was finally seen red and the game And The argument started when Sergt. Holihan, after sissiffning the latest comcities that er to quarters hi cell 20, closed the book the eltartei lor s city charter iclatii ;; with a slam stud remarked: rlausc in the lliird-clto Hie oblaiaiiiK ot lijjht, imwcr. etc.. Vy "An' thot's the way the Irish the tin city, was parsed; the lilnmre hill, to five llic landlord a superior lien on all the tenant's credit uv all the divilmint. I very dom croj-uml pioperty fur rent, met 'with much Swede or Dutchman tiiot gits hisself in was and opposition, it'committed, the thiouble bobs up as fine as ye pla.ewit' bili to kUo the rils..n club, o( an Irish intnie on the tab yis, an even ail (".uplicate l.o.iUs ii. the Mate ln.ra.-- y v. s dc'i a'.rd. New bills. To aisend. Secunguis, begorra!" tion H7 of l suHmjje fled Jailer llaiiKcrinann didn't get back elections. (Provides that all veiling in ejections from the in time to hear this h::V. be done viva v;tc); to amend section statutes. (1'iovide.s thai outburst of Tighteous indignation, but Ihtil of !oulii.-l;be acquired to settle lor countlicriiis shall he had just laid his keys on the desk and ty taxes beroro he can collect the .succcediiit; year's taxes, just as he is now iei;uiivl to do as was reaching for his pipe when the serto state tuxes); to pjeuust discrimination by geant broke out again with: in he. dolhery of newspapers; i.nniiciu "TJiot felly Irish! Divil take him! to amend section '.Kit of tin: Kentucky stabile?.. He's Dutch as pretzels, an' if the truth special jurists be paid 'is (J'rovide.s that were known, be the Virgin, there's less per day out of salary of regular judges ) Holm: The senate resolution providing for Irish conies to this plaee than uv all the the purchusa of I'M copies of the St.ito Manual other nationalities. There's more was passisl. The bu.ilt contains the rules of Dutchmen in a week nor Irishmen In the home and seuato and much valuable .staKentiu-ktho time ye're arnin' a nioootlt's pay-y- , The tistical information about house committee reported the tu!li:A:l..ti bills: Henry." To abolish tho stale tumid of ciiialiali m. No The tone of the last sentence rxi resMoii of opinion, hut ordered to was a challenge in itself ami Jailer reading; increasing tlie amount when; an appeal can be taken to cjurt of from fllKl Hauserinann didn't iait to load his pipe to auilHirUiiix sheriffs In cilhvt schoil 'before picking tip the aim (let. When in a calm and critical mood the I'uruhlu ri'i'nrl; ivpyalmsj tliii lnv iiiillioriin jailer was wont to distinguish closei.l:itu (;u:in!s to tie st'iit to pit;ll mobs. Favorable ri'port; to pruvriil liilliii of quail Tor live ly between Dutch and German, Adverse report, hut ordfied advaiu-cYi'sirs. hut under attack he threw aside uiiyliovr; ii.aliin;; it unlawful for iuilividu.ils or djinctions and sprang to the dewiaiiisl lalior roi porations to fense of al! the Ttyttonie tribes. It was favorable teporl, hill piovlii-jiia dollar tax on dogs. Adverse icpoil and an old difficulty, this race war, and all (ill !;(!. the boj's in the station gathered around 51 d Si:n.ti: I'.ills out. Jan. Tlmisday: To prohibit, the seining ete.. when they understood that the sergeant and the jailor were "at it again." In lakes and pnn.ls owned by anolhei without l.U eonsent; to amend eh..pler :! of IvenliieUy" The debate opened with a hot exstatutes, rehilin to salaiies. 1'ioposes to change of the usual glittering generalisalaries of slate ol'.lieis sis lolloivs. Covties on the virtues and vices of the two entor to Sri,:MI. adjutant icenetai to?l.s!0. atpeoples, but an orchestra had just been geneial to f:5.(.Vr). commonwealth's torney auditor to J.I.PX!. uii'ttci:.ey to playing Wagner in a hall across the pei tor of tiituts lo Sl.stri. inspeetoi and mum-into jialo ol emu ol appeals to i"y 0) street and llattsermann soon switched the conversation onto the comparative An art In amend t::a! other minor changes. Section ltS!S ol Kentucky statutes, lieipiiies productions of Ireland and Germany the county liscal court to hold lour lei ms each in the musical line. year, one each in January. April. July and "Veil, py ehiniiny," he said with a viJohnson, of I.awiencc To amend maglUSi of Kentucky statutes. olent effort to appear calm and judiKeiiuiies istrates to hold court once each mouth, instead cial. "I like to find owut, ain'd it, vere pf once, in three months. The senate adjoin till Saturday at II a. in. in order to attend you gets your Irishcr gombosers like s Deethoven und Mozart und Schumann the dedication of the A. nr.d M colleye l Lexington Friday. und Schubert und Mendelssohn und llousi: Hills introduced: To rcKiikde the Vogner! Vere you gets 'em, huh? You malysis of fertilizers; to regulate the sale of got Irishcr musicians like dosevotder leaf tobacco in the public markets; to reguworldt hcarall abowut, huh?" late the costs of taking depositions; act rcquir-itithat .shorthand reports of depositions shall There was triumph in the double be transcribed in Ions hand and then by the witnesses In the presence of the crescendo allegretto that marked this juicer; to require news organizations to sell peroration, but the sergeant never ;lielr news to any paper demanding it ; act pro-- l winced. idinj; for a state board of embalming, to "Aw, g'wan wid ye!" he shouted. cmbalmcrs and regulate the practice of smbaliuin; act requiring laborers to be paid "Wat t' ell ye talkin' about, Dutchy? every Saturday, In lauful money. Adjourned Pat Gilmore teached all them people jnlil Saturday at ll a. in. their business!" Detroit Xews. Fit ank roar, Ky., Jan. 2. Rknatk-Nc- .v M.ouK-vtV.cell-rooI app.-al;; iitro-fiiue. : See-liobuild-itij; Police .Station Argument. lira its OF LEXINGTON, KY. OTTJR. DPT...A.IV. fill r i SCRI BNER' S IT 3 4? FOR J& Z 11 E 1808 A GREAT PROGRAMME. Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and is based upon the actual experience of .successful life insurance companies, covering a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both, only-W- E pay while you LIVE. THEY pay when you DIE. WE oiler the INVESTMENT features. THEY protect in case of DEATH. With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the policy; with us, a definite and fixed niathemalical rule, in lieu of death, matures the policy. The Story of the Revolution by Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, to run throughout the year. (For the first time all the modern art forces and resources will bj bronifht to bear upon the Revolution. Howard I'yle and a corps or artists are making over 103 paintings and drawings expressly for this jrrjat wtrk.) Captain A. T. Mahan's "The Amer ican rvavy in the Revolution, ' to be illustrated by Carlton T. Chapman, the marine artist; Harry I'enn, and others. Thomas Nelson Page's Fiast Long Novel, "Ited Uock A Chronicle of Reconstruction." Mr. INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE. Page has de- They figure on so many men out of a thousand dying we figure voted four years to the story, and he considers it his best work. (Illustrated on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. by 15. West Clinedinst.) There is 110 reason why a man should die lo reap the hen Rutlyartl Kipling, Richard Har fit of liis investment. ding Davis, Joel Chandler Harris, We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and yet we George W. Cable, and others, are assume an obligation less than as great as has been assumed under engagement to contribute sto and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America. ries during 1S93. Robert Grant's "Search-LigOTT3R, Letters" repliut to various letters his Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Only that c.imeo in consequence ofand a Married Man" "he the sound and healthy, who least need it's advantages, can ohtain Opiniyns of a Philosopher." life insurance. ' Why should there not be a means provided whereby "The Workers" in a new field Walter A. Wyckoff, the college the other eighty (So) per cent, of the population can carry an invest became a laborer, will tell man who about his experience with sweat-sholaborers ment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our mis anil anarchists in Chicago. (Illustrasion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or te from life by W. R. Leigh.) greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the ad The Theater, The Mine, etc., will Great in "Tho vantage to be derived, and that those advantages maybe enjoyed during be tteated series (as Conduct of Wheat were "The Rusiness" Farm," "1 he Newspaper," etc, in '1)7). lile b' the one making the investment. MISSION. ht p 1 with numerous illustrations. like the articles on "Undergraduate Life at Harvard, Princeton and Yale," and as That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princi richly illustrated. pies, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown Political Rcniiniscencesby Senator Hoar, who has been in public life for by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. forty-fiv- e years. We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug inve s Ifgct.'cn No C. D. Gibson will contribule two serial sets of drawings during "US, "A statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. New York Day," and "The Seven Ages of American Woman." The full prospectus for 'OS in small The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, law rjooh form 24 pagei), priuted in two col3'irs, merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of ors, icith numerous illustrations (cover I'urrish), icill business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of aud decorations by be sent upon application, postage paid. our system. ACTUAL RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CF,R riacn, 83.00 a year, 25 cents a numker. Ma-tie- ld NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Life at Girls' Colleges Others Make Money. Why Not You? bills introduced Monday; To Appropriate ilo.- XW to improte tlie su v. erase system or the Central asylum at Lakeland; to chance the time of juholding circuit court in tho Twenty-fourt- h dicial district, composed of IMke. Floyd, MarHills retin, Johnson and Knott counties. ported by committees: Act resjnlatiiig the admission or applicants to practice law; to pay Judce Iteiiiictt's widow balance of his salary; ct for beneilt of J. II. Kobblns. No expression jr opinion: act to limit liscal com Is in making Kepoitrd with a appiopri:'.tions to otilcer.s uliititute; act pro uiiu that I he court of appeals should elect a male state librarian in IKS) llorsi: The committee on elections reported ravorabiy the China school book bill, providing for tlie contract system or supplying schools fcooks if they can not be secured cheaper Imitate publication; It further pnnides tor a "school book commission" or seven members. .he governor to be chairman and the supcrin-xm'cn- t ol public instruction to be secretary, die contracts tor books at a i ertaia priiv. to run for a period ol live years heroic a new contract is made The bill also lixes a maximum price of certain school books. Hills lepirtcd oy committees: "To adopt the Harbour ind Carroll edition of Kentucky siututes. Approved. To amend the "champerty and maintenance" statute. Adverse report and the bill killed; bill dellnins the term ' aiheise posAdverse report and killed: hill session." the time six weeks in which quail may te killed. Adverse report and killed. A number of prominent democtatic leaders are here quietly to have a very important ivorkln rlianse made in tlie election laws. The proposed bill, which has not yet been pet reeled, n ill provide tor a state board or election commissioners, who shall appoint three commissioners in each county, whose duty it will be to Appoint the election ofllcers in eery election An Appeal for 1'rutci'tion. FiiAXKroKT, Ky., Jan. 05. Hon. U. Tlie Scientific Aspect of 1'lum l'mlding. The present are the days of darkness and doubt, when deadly germs have been proved to lurk on all hands in what we eat and in what we drink. Science has warned us off voice with emphatic unfrom cooked saveloys, front ice creams, from underdone pork, and from a good many other more or less toothsome delicacies. in TIFICATF. HOLDERS. Rev. J. V. Rii.ey, of Mortonsville, Ky., says: "I have had an investment the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than three 301). O'.', ClIAItI.ES SCHIBXEP.'S SOXS, NEW YoRK. years. than To whom it man concern. I have had 23 coupons to mature by redemption, which cost me less and returned to me 1,41G,00." Lexixgtox, Kv., September 10, 1S07. 50 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Watkins, of Daviess county, has received from numerous citizens of Carter county an appeal to the legislature for protection against "courthouse Trainls." They request that he introduce a bill "to prohibit attorneys from compromising a suit of any kind for their clients, or selling them out, or dropping them in any shape, and to restore the titles of those who have been defrauded out of their lauds by fruiidful attorneys." . Dora's Funds Stopped. V.i.t.i:vvii:w, Ky., Jan. 23. It is said Gen. Clay told Dora the last time she saw him he did not want her to come back to White Hall. He sent a messenger from White Hall Friday morning, accompanied by two guards, to get everything he had at Clcll Richardson's home. The general has refused to give Dora any more money. E. Washington', Jan. 'i'J. l'ost offices werecstablished Friday at Ice, Letcher county, Leslie Ilrown, postmaster; Koycsdale, Shelby county, Adriel M. Cowherd, postmaster. A Flood at Fulton. Fui.tox, Ky., Jan. 21. The hardest rainfall here that has been experienced by the oldest citizons in the community. The town is Hooded by backwater now. Many houses are 12 inches deep in water. At V o'clock Wednesday night the electric lights went out and the city is in utter darkness. A committee has been organized to look after thr- - nffocted district. New Kentucky l'ost O 111 cos. s.tale soup often spell poison in large letters, and that ordinary filters are no better than so many death-trapIn the midst of all these disquieting dangers it is pleasant to be able to say a good word on behalf of our old friend A Smith Browman, Mgr. J. C Hemphill, Agt., the English plum pudding. Properly No. 11 Cheapside, Lancaster, made and properly cooked, it underKentucky Lexington, Ky. goes complete sterilization in the boiler, and can then be kept for a year and a day in a dry place, not only without being a bit the worse, but even with ab- CD -- 1 A YEAR FOR solute advantage to its flavor and general attractiveness. Indigestible it may The Subscription price of DEMOREST'S be to the stomachs of our weaker brethis reduced to $1.00 a Year ren, but dangerous, never. With conI fidence, then, all halesome folk, whether in the green bud or the sere and yellow nra iz nc ,v.IVJlvLO OSW s3 leaf, have our sanction to indulge disJLJ Demorest's Family Magazine. ii more than creetly in this most sweet and seasonMAGAZINE' Fashion Magazine, although it cives the very latest able dish. Medical Press. home and foreign fashions each month ; this is only one of its many valu ible features. It has something for each i Sort Eton's Hat, member of the ff mily, for every department of the houselie was very smart and he knew it. hold, and its varied contents are of the highest grade. That is, smart Aleeky. As he strolled making it. The Family Magazine of men's furnishing store with a into the the World. It furnishes the best thoughts ot the most smile on his vapid interesting and most progressive writers of the day, and countenance one did not have to be a is abrest of the tim"s in everything, Art, l.it.rature, mind reader to know what his thoughts Science, Society Affairs, Fiction, Household Matters, Snorts. Ptc. a snele number frequently containing from were. "What I don't know isn't worthy 200 to 300 fine engravings, making it the MOST COMknowing and don't you forget it. PLETE AND HOST PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED of "Say, got any soft men's hats?" he th GREAT MONTHLIES. asked the clerk who, being a very funny man and seeing a ihance for a little Demorest's Magazine Fashion Department is iu every way far ahead of joke, took down a box of nice jersey that contained in any other publication. Subscribers are entitled each month to patterns of the latest fashions in wospread them out on man's attire, at no cost to them other than that necessary for postage and the counter, with the remark: "Here's the very thing for a soft wrapping. NO BETTER CHRISTMAS GIFT young man. I know you will be satis lied with one of these." Columbus Dis- than a year's subscription to Demorest's Magazine can be made. By subpatch. scribing at once you can get the magazine at the reduced price, and will also Xmas Number with its beautiful panel picture receive the handsome Remit $1.00 by money order, registered letter or check to the A very curious scheme was started supplement. last spring in I'aris. A society for the DE no REST PUBLISHING CO., no Fifth Ave., New York City. relief of the poor placed a box in a wealthy quarter of the town, with a GljpAT SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER FOR PROMPT SUBSCRIPTIONS. placard begging women to throw worn- ONLY SI.75 FOR out corsets therein. 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