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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 A 0 t Entered at the Post Office in Lancatter Evt as Second mall Matter NUMBER sr 0 0 0 v v hg ttothpOZUME VIII PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS Cur Public Square and Danville Avenue LANDRAM New Departure We now have the cel ebrated Florence Farm Wagon Which is made with springs They are made to hold up about 1000 pounds more than the old style wagon It adds to the life of wheels bed and gear Call and see it J R Haselden HARDWARE AND IM PLEMENT HOUSE Lancaster Ky Col WG Welch Stanford W I Williams Lancaster Attorneys at Law LANCASTER KY All business attended to promptly i WILLIAMWELCH BEAZLEY OAUGHMAN UNDERTAKERS and dealer in Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER oOOOODoooooooooooooooooooooOOooooooooooo000000000000000000 041 1 00 0000 II DIU 000 001 0000 00 oa I 0 II oe oc JFresh oysters for sale at Northcotts I need what you owe me R A V New line Calicoes at S T Evans Potts patent flour 2 80 per 100 lbs R A Stone X Wanted hens at 5c per pound II B Northcott Northern seed Irish potatoes at 1 per bushel at Gaines We print typewriter letter heads on excellent bond paper 200000 trick for sale Greening Pence Stanford Ky 200 bushels fancy cultivated hemp seed at G S Gaines Nice convenient rooms for rent Mrs Mary Cunningham 2t All varieties of Landreth garden seed in bulk at Gaines Miss Lula Graham of Glendale Ohio will trim for Mrs Harden Dr B F Walter Dentist office over II M Ballous grocery store I would like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing Mrs Ophelia Dunn Am and Ed Bournes flock of sheep was raided by dogs Friday night and killed 14 lambs For 12c per gallon you can get the headlight oil on the market at G S Gaines Eggs for Hatching From prize wining Black Minorcas 15 eggs for 100 R L Elkin New lot of Sterling Silver Spoons A set of six spoons from 150 up at J C Thompsons I have sold no coffee at 8 13 cts The person who says it is his head R A Stone i Dr H M Barg will be at J C Thompson March 26 28 29 and can fit your eyes with specticles Examina Jailer David Ross has given the Court House a spring cleaning and ev erything looks as bright as a new dol lar SOl S bet Jut of tion free e ecm A N D Every Department Blooming with the Newest and Nobbiest of Spring Novelties Hats and Shoes that are Creations of Art Gentlemens Clothing and Furnishings that Cap the Climax of Domestic and Foreign Handiwork Suits for Boys and Children that are surprisingly Beau tiful Mens All Wool Suits at 500 Childrens Suits from 75cts to 500 Better Ones at 750 I Boys and Youths from 4 to 1200 A Great Line at 10 12 and 15 Beautiful line of Boys Hats Cheap All the Latest Novelties of the season in Ladies Fine Foot Wear Ladies Shoes and Oxfords Silk Vesting Tops are the Latest Dont fail to see our Line before buying your Spring Shoes We give with every Childs Suit FREE from 250 up a boystoOHILDRENS DEPARTMENT Pricesthat With Mrs Harden is in the City this week Fresh garden seed at S T Evans Best coal oil 10 cts per gallon R A Stone Beazley Co headquarters for More dried peaches at 5c per bound R A Stone The best two horse wagon on the market at G S Gaines If you want to see up to date milli nary go to Mrs Harden Wanted car load of Iron Bones and Rags H B Northcott Dr B F Walter Dentist office over H M Ballous grocery store New sock Musical Instruments and Strings at J C Thompson I will sell you package coffee at lOc Sugar at cost for cash T Currey Wanted Veal Calves Will go to country and buy H B Northcott Beginning with Feb 10th our terms will be cash Clover oats timothy bluegrass and orchard grass always on hand at Gaines When you come to court Monday call and T Evans new line of buggies Wanted 100000 pounds of wool will pay highest market price cash 3 254L E KIN Doii J C Thompson has just received two cases of new clocks which we are selling very cheap Murdered at Marcellug The expense account of farmers by grinding plow points at C K Poindex S T Evans will have the largest line of buggies and phaetons ever brought to Lancaster Save your or ders for him Danville Steam Laundry Smith Currey Agents for Danville Steam Laundry We ship every day We send today and deliver tomorrow Satisfaction guaranteed for and delivered tf JA wallpaper J C Thompson ters nov25tf Workcalled 7 x i seeS 1898 1898 WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR S P RI N G L EVERYTHING NW I LANCASTER KY FRIDAY MARCH 25 1898 FASHIONABLE In Gentlemens Attire 0 We have many new creations of Fine Juve nile Styles Some exquisitely smart little things in Boys and Chil drens Clothing They are worthy of inspection and will stand parison in Quality Fit and Price corn for the Professional Man the the Mechanic and every Gen teel Uptodate Dresser SPRING HATSMer- chant Our Furnishing Goods Dep rtinent is brimfull of all the productions of the Season See our line Colored Shirts at sects r 0 I Latest Hold Off a few days on your Spring Shoes Boys We closed a deal Monday by telegraph with the Assignee of Tie Masotf Cobb Co for 300 Pairs of Mens Sample Shoes at a Big Cash Discount These shoes range in price from 400 to 700 We will give you CHOICE OF THE LOT FOR 300 Therefor it can readily be seen that it will be to your interest to wait a few days LOGAN ROBINSONt f r r R 7 1 I Maple shade trees for sale by J C Thompson v R A Stone pays cash for Eggs poultry calves etc B G Fox and Rice will be in Lan caster on Monday March 28th county Court Day to buy good fat saddle and driving horses A screw an inch and a quarter long was taken from the side of Henry Beazley who was shot by John Ker sey Dr Herring says that he may re Mrs James Smith died on Saturday at her home on Boones Creek of pneu monia Ihe remains were buried in Lancaster Cemetery on Sunday at ten oclock In the Police Court Welcome Clark was fined 10 and cost for breach of the peace and George McCarley col ored was fined 5 and cost for using abusive language All my customerSjof last season can come in on Tuesday and get tickets for the pants to be given away M D HUGHS Agent My fine red Durham Bull will make the season of 1893 at my place one mile from Lancaster at 2 00 Money due when services are rendered GEO W EVANS Look To Your Interest Best homemade buggies on the mar ket at J B Elys Paint Lick Ky Gen eral repairing and horseshoeing a specialty Give us a trial Wanamaker Brown are giving eaci customer from 3 to 5 in the price of suits as the customer saves that much and gets a perfect fit M D HUGHES Agent For Sale or Rent I will either sell or rent my resi dence It is in good repair and in a good neighborhood For particulars call on either W II Kinnaird or my self Mary K Weisiger The farmers the mechanic and the bicycle rider are liable to unexpected cuts and bruises DeWitts Witch Ha zjl Salve is the best thing to keep on hand it heals quickly and is a well known cure for piles Stormes Drug Store 1m Trespass Mr S B Henry superintendent of Lancaster Cemetery gives notice that he will proceed against any one who rides or drives over graves or lots People in procession are requested to observe this rule and wait for their turn to drive out rejjularl To the Klondike Alaska North and Northwest Firstclass service via the Queen Crescent Route with thro Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati Louis ville and St Louis Vestibuled traius from New Orleans Birmingham Meri dian Jacksonville Atlanta and Chat tanooga Ask your railroad agent for particulars or write to O L Mitchell D P A Chattanooga Tenn To Christine The Battleship Kentucky is the title of a catchy song and twostep which has just made its Ihi piece is dedicated to Miss Chris tine Bradley and is arranged for piano orchestra and full military band It was composed by Miss Sallie McKay a well known music teacher of Louis ville and bids fair to strike a popular chord with the lovers of music Guards Shot About raiders on horseback made a foray in the western part of Boyle county Saturday night last At a gate near they were fired on by two guards and a general shooting followed Guard Thos Middleton was seriously wounded and guard Lynn Penny was shot in the arm It is some of the raiders were Sweet Bells In Tune Mr Walker W Tevis formerly of Kukjville but now a resident of Flora Miss Una Tevis of Holden Mo were married in Louisville Ky last Tuesday March 22d Miss Tevis is a beautiful and of Holden Mo She and Mr Tevis have been sweethearts for a long ime and their marriage did not his most intimate friends here When he left for the west sometime it was generally understood by his close friends that they were to be married soon Mr Tevis is now in business in Flora HL where the pair will make their future home The marriage of Miss Pattie Gibbs B azey of this place and Mr John S Biughman of Danville is announced to take place Apr 1 12th Miss Beazley is belle and a society favorite her was Elijah Beazley deceased and her mother a daughter of the late Hillery Gibbi Miss Beaz ley has always been one of the society leaders in this portion of the statr and has made many conquests by her winning ways Mr Baughman is one of Boyle ties rising young men He has fcr some time been a deputy sheriff and is o 10 of the leading farmers He has always been considered a spier did business man and has txraordinary good taste in the sslcc tion of partner cover Tickets 5 3183m Premium 5 Perryville believed wounded IlLand accomplishedsociety- lady ago happy an ace manifested alife 5c 1 appearance surprise mplished Esther tour counties J ALL WAR TALK WASHINGTON March 22 93 If any one desires to hear war talk he should be in Washington just now I hive heard nothing else since arriving here The newspapers are issuing extras on every little piece of information received and the papers sell like hot cakes The gen eral impression is that war will be de clared but just when no one knows There is not likely to be much fric tion in Congress over the disposition of the Maine report when it comes to congress There is considered to be no room for controversy over the mat ter The suggestion that the minori ty are going to resist the report being referred to the foreign sffairs commit tee is pronounced little short of ab surd The rule requiring reference to committee is imperative The most insignificant thing has to go through the formality of reference to commit tee and there is apparently no dispo sition to treat so important a ques tion as this with less regard for the forms of procedure than is shown in dealing with minor matters The sug gestion that as result of the confer ence between the President and Spea ker Read yesterJay the House was to be held in check by the reference of the report is based upon a false as The sentiment of the House is very pronounced Without reference to party or politics the desire is for action as speedily as the circumstances of the case admit of It is naturally expec ted therefore that the committee will very after the message has been referred report back whatever action is deemed desirable The House may not follow the committee With the question once up the House may run away with it and take radi cal action if the committee should not report a proposition that is This is mere speculation since the Congress does not know what the report of the board of in quiry will disclose nor what the Presi dint will recommend The committee will probably follow the President in whatever he recommends Decisive action 1 y the President is expscted and if this expectation is not disap pointed there will be no friction over the question in Congress There is a decided opposition in both houses of Congress to anything like temporiz ing and to any suggestion of arbitra tion or a proposition which involves the continuance of Spanish domina tion over any part of the of Cuba The universal demand in Con gress is for the relief of Cuba from the Spanish yoke and reparation not in demnity for the dent uction of the Maine If the course of the President departs widely from this policy no one doubts that there will be a distur bance in Congress but it is not apt to be resolved into a party contention In such an improbable contingency it is thought that the friction would be between the President and practically the solid body of Congress The sen timent is so strong that there seems no possibility that Congress will be c nt nt with a mild policy There is a fixed purpose on the part of the lead ers and the active men in all parties to hold themselves in restraint until the report of tlfe Maine board has been made and then to give a reason able time for action Beyond this point there is no assurance that any sort of restraint will be possible The feeling that war is imminent is more general in Congress today than it has been before From several con servative sources has come the that the situation has assumed a graver aspect than at any time before and that war seems inevitable report comes from an administration source that the President is about to send to Congress a which will cause a sensation clearing away all doubt that now surrounds the situation This is represented as not being the message transmitting the of the Maine court of inquiry but one in advance of that dealing with the general Cuban question Of course a report of this sort cannot be verified but must be judged by its source In this case the source is good and has heretofore been reliable The President sent for Senators Allison and Gorman today This is the first time he has called democrat into conference Men who have been con sulted or conferred with by the are closemouthed after talk with him but there is no concealing that they are after the talk er has determinedly refused to give information concerning his talk the President but men ave seen the Speaker are satisfied by his manner that is not pleased with the situation and feels that a serious responsibility is assumed by a critical situation It is said that he is evidently dissatis fied but will not explain why IVis known only that he has never been in favor of war Members of the Kentucky are slow to talk on the subject but it is easy to see that deepd own their hearts they want a fight and I believe they will so vote if Congress the President and takes action on its own accord L L Circuit Court But little business has been done in B curt since last issue The Grand Jury adjurned Wedtfcs day after returning twentyone in dictmentsJames charged with the murder of Jno Grady was acquitted it being proveh that he acted in self defence today sum ption son mayor satisfactory however mot Isand assertion specialmessage report C The President delegation in ignores to TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Year in Advance f 1100 per STOCKWe are now receiving our i SPRING GOODS 3I Remember we are clean ing out our stocK of J CLOTHING HATS J and SHOES I and will give you a big I on this class of goods The Logan Dry Goods Co SL AT W T WESTS OLD STAND i Jt NEW SPRING i JJ t i F ww i tr reduction Cheapest Furniture ever in Lnncs ter R A Stone greatest Disc Harrow on the market at G S Gaines R A Stone will sell you salt either in sacks or Barrels My fine Jersey Bull Garrard Signal Qut of a tested dam will stand at my farm at 2 the season Money due at time of service J S Robinson It is a great leap from the old fash ioned doses of bluemass and nauseous physics to the pleasent little pills known as DeWitts Little Early Risers They cuse constipation siclc headache and billousness Stormes Drug Store New Spring Goods One of the prettiest lines of Ladies Misses and Childrens shoes ever brought to Paint Lick Also a new stock of Dy Goods Costs you nothing to come and see them Bring your produce and come ahead- R L JENNINGS Co 2t Paint Lick Ky Given Away With every suit of clothes made to order for 1503 and upward I will give absolutely free one Stem Watch that is Warranted to keep perfect time Tiis is no chance as one goes with every suit In addition to the above offjr I will save you from S25D to 8303 on the price of your suit and give you a perfect fit A trial will convince you that this is true All wool suits from SG5J up that will cost you more money elsewhere My samples are all in f Yours for Business f J C HEMKUXL The loyal is tile Mffcest grade beta powder1 I to w Actaal show it foese I tkM farther thwiwr ether hraaC 7 he o winding tests tt order ruAIIIIIIdIIV tIOWPOWKItco w Ufa AKIN Pure YOSs Mr James A Beazley is smiling ever the birth of a fine boy at his house All are doing welL Acetylene Gas The light or the future Why not be independent and own your own little gas plant which will give four times more light than ordi nary gas or electric lights at one half the cost Applicable for use in stores factories hotels residences and country homes safer than ordi throughout the United States We want a first class agent in every town Write for catalogue and prices TIlE AcETYLEne GAS MACHINE Co Akron Ohio Prices Lower than Ever Tailor made suits at 1250 to 30 Satisfaction or no pay You have paid 512 for readymade suits that were not as good as Wanamaker and Browns suits at 3 and their suits at 5J and 31150 are equal to other suits allwool and beautiful in design and finish The suits at 1353 and 15 usually sell for 18 and 820 and their 20 suit is the sams of quality such suits usually selling for S3TL A com parison of goods will prove that your will save some dollars by giving me your order M D HUGHES Agent Warning The City Council of Lancaster and the local board of health have issued an order requiring all persons coming from districts infected by small pox to show a health certificate stating that thsy had been vaccinated witnin the past year This is a gool move and we believe if every citizen will heed the warning and submit to we will escape this terrible epi lemic All persons who arc unable to pay for this service will be vaccinated free of charge by the local board of health Small Fox at Richmond Three of the pesthouses have been completed at Richmond and a fourth is being put up Tents have arrived from Frankfort for the use of guards The smallpox subjects have been moved to the pesthouse Vaccination continues to be pushed The first leath from small pox reported is that of Sophia Walker colored who has been in a precarious condition for ome time There are no other cases fatal at present The first white case developed that of woman who lives near the negro jnarters TO CUBE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets Al rnsrdsta reined the aaoaey IMS falla to Curt t churches Approvelby S 15 being vaccination considerednecessarily Croix I f CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY r T1SDRA Jf Publisheroui TERMS gas YEAR IN ADVANCE 100 Six MONTHS w 25 f Tunas FRIDAY March 1898 FOR COXGRESS In obedience to the of Democrats part of the Eighth Congressional Dis trio and my desire to be of service to the Democratic and the country in critical and important times I an nounce myself a Congress to the of the Demoaratic party As a loyal Democrat I have always support ed the nomineesand platforms of the Demo cratic party and I now support the platform adopted by the last National Democratic Con vention held at Chicago I am sincerely grateful for the cordial port given me bv the Democrats of the Eighht Congressional District in the and I have tried to how my appreciation of their confi dence and efforts to bo a faithful and efficient Representative If honored by the nomination I believe I can with the aid of my brother Democrats re duem the district and in the future as in the p ist my bet efforts shall be given to the faith ful discharge of all duties required of me JAMK5 B McCREARY arch 15 1S9S Richmond Ky TIM announcement of lIon James II McCreary for the democratic nom ination for congress in this district published in this issue is a source of to his many warm friends in this county Having led the democratic party to victory so oft en he is looked upon by many as a p litical Moses to lead the democrats out of the wilderness into which they were led in 1890 His repeated victories have caused him to be named the political Napoleon and the comparison is the that he l is never seen a loo and his friends claim that he will not be defeated if nominated this time His official career as model Governor and congressman for sever al terms has made for him a host of who point with pride to his record and claim that he is the only man that can redeem the Eighth Dis trict to their party They claim that his long public service is without just grounds for criticism that his views on all issues were always oi the side of the people and had in view the general welfare and that his able work against high protective tariff and fatted corporations should be considered by the party when nominations are in order How far these claims will go toward securing the nomination remains to be seen as there are several other can didates in the field who claim recog nition at the hands of the Democratic party Of course each county will be expected to instruct for its home man and the candidate who can and control the votes after others are dropped will win SIXCE the adjournment of the Legis lature Governor Bradley has vetoed several bills among bill deducting from teachers salaries for the week when they attend institutes the bill to give certain sheriffs two years longer to collect taxes and the bill to prohibit contracts from o payment in gold lIe has ap proved the postal telegraph bill the bill to change the time of electing school trustees to October and the bill giving children born in slavery the right to inherit Only four bills remain to be considered among them toe cigarette bill MK WALTER FOKUESTEK in the In terior Journal while commenting on the leading Senators in the last ses fcian of the Legislaaure says Senator Farris could get his samples unpacked oftenen and quicker than any man in the territory intending to compare his success as a commercial tourist to his aptitude in the Legislative hall The Senator was certainly faithful and able worker and has the distinc tion of passing every bill and resolu tion which he advocated or offered FPAIX should not be permitted to set a price on the Maine nor to dictate the terms of Cuban independence Uncle Sam should name all the condi tions and if an unequivocal compli ance does not follow war should be declared at once Spanish cruelty and treachery is too well knpwn to recog nize her in any way where dollars and human life are at stake TUB preparations for war are still going on and if Spain refuses put np for the loss of the Maine or de clines to give Cuba her freedom hos tilities will and should begin Altho the war will not last buta short time it will cost a considerable sum to pre pare fob it but the nation should be properly equipped for defence war or nQ war IT being conceded that the Maine was destroyed by an explosive frcm the outside congress and the people are anxious for steps to ba taken at OLC and are impatient over the fail urn of the administration to announce its policy and the coarse to be The suspense Is more trying than actual engagement would ba THE tollgate raid in the western part of Boyle county last Saturday night was worse than any that we have had in GarrarJ county and we regret that our neighbor ing county is forced to submit to such a state of lawlessness IT is thought that Gov Bradley will veto the cigarette bill If he does it will be because it unconstitutional and cannot be enforced for the bill is certainly a desirable one and has in view the welfare of the young men of the country i 2 subject proudsatisfaction necessitya fact andcourse holdon themthe t exceeding y every Water almii ers specify i 1 pursued Platters CUBAN RELIEF cures Colic Neuralgia and Toothache In five minutes fkmrStomach and guxamer Coapiainto Eric r 25 Cents r SPECIALS 45 inch all wool Black Sponge Cloth 40C yd 45 inch all wool Black Etamine soc yd 50 inch Fine Fancy Plaids were 100 yd for soc yd 38 inch Hair line Mohairs 290 yd 50 inch all wool Black Checks were 100 yd for soc yd 45 inch all wool Black and Navy Crepons soc yd 50 inch Black and Navy fancy Mohairs 6sc yd Each one of above is strictly a bargain These are only specimens of values in our Dress Goods Stock We have the latest ideas in fabrics and colors for tailor suits from soc yd to 175 Black Dress Goods of every description from 250 toi 200 yd IEPERHTE IKIRTS Twenty styles of materials ranging in price from 100 ooo Neat figured black skirts full at i oo cheviot skirts lined throughout with pure silk for 650 Plain and fancy Mohairs Serges Crepons Silks and Satins at very low prices SILKS We lead not only in variety of new styles of fancy silks shown but also in low prices Checks Plaids Stripes Bay aderes Glaces and solid colors silks in all shades and front 75c to 300 yd Special values in Black Satin Duchesse at 100 125 and 150 Brocade Satins at 750 85 and up Colored Satins at Ssc 100 and 125 all shades KID GLOVES Full line of new gloves in Black White Yellow Grey Cas tor Tan Red Green Navy and Cadet blues from 100 per pair Party gloves in all lengths from 175 400 pair Special value in Ladies Kid Driving Gloves 5oc pair Ve can show you more fine wash goods than any houses in this section Dont buy an Organdie Dimity Gingham Pk or even a cheap lawn until you our line of over 500 pieces Every piece and quality from 5c yd up to veryfinest WHITE GOODS 67 inch French Organdies at 40 50 65 and 750 32 inch Organdies at 15 20C and up Solid Colored Organdies to 6oc White Piques in 20 styles isc to Soc White Bat istes Mulls c at all prices 36 inch all linen to 100 Irish IxnenlRemnants for Shirt Waists at than regular prices RIBBONS AND lACES Sash Ribbon in all widths and colors Made up with fringed ends Narrow ribbons from No i up 500 pieces new ribbons More than 10000 yds of new in width and prices from 2c to 200 yd 90x30 Utica Mills Hemstitched Sheets 65 cents 81x30 Utica Mills Hemstitched Sheets 59 cents Hemstitched all Linen Sheets 250 Jr 1ESS GOO size and lined Allwool combinations 200 FINEr ISI ooos Linen Lawns OV I 90 96 IUI 0t Banville By Lullville3T tog t t a1 ci thre se 20 40 every r 4 BUCKEYE The friends here of Mrs John Lack ey are glad to know that she is recov eringJohn Diclcerson lost a valuable milk cow last week from eating buckeyes One of our citizens having 5 dogs some one took pity on him and poisor ed all but one thus reliving him of a very great incumtance The gardens are coming on day by day and we hope that Jack frost will please stay away But while we are patiently waiting for Leans we arm feasting very highly on hogs joil and greens The Sunday school at this place into winter quarters for the fist time in aboi t twenty years will be reorganized Sunday and it is to be hope I that many will attend both old and young and take in this a good work for the Master Luther Spears who was onca a fre quent visitor to this place and a Mr L2ech both of Lexington spent one night one night of last week at D Rays Will Dicler3on of Buena Vis ta visited his brother Ebb Saturday night and Sunday Miss Georgia Hun ter who bas been in our village for several weeks returned to her home in Nicholasville Monday Isiah Lane was at the bedside of his brother Free man last week who is very low at his home near Stone The wife Bronson Ray and her niece little Miss Josaphiae Watts of Georgetown are visiting Dr Ray and family To their surprise the little girl oa the first night of their arrival developed a case of measels but in a very light form A little boy asked for bottle of in the morning as fast as you can the druggist recognized a household name for Do Witts Little Early Risers and gave him a bottle of those famous little pill for constipation sick headache liver and stomach troubles Stormes Drug Store 1m STONE Mrs Mollie East who has baen very low is some better at this writing Freeman Lane is still very ill at his home on Sugar Creek Frank Folger sold a lot of hemp seed a few days ago at 8150 per bush el Grant Osbourn sold a bunch of shoats to Henry Barlow at 3 14 cents Several of our farmers are deliver ing their hemp to Mr Hudson at 3c per pound T II Green sold an aged work mule to J R Sparks at Mrs Sallie Grow bought a horse from Frank Montgomery at 40 Eld W F Neal of Winchester Ky filled the pulpit at Scotts Fork last Sunday The wheat crop in this section is bitter than it has been for many years aad the prospects for a big wheat crop are flattering Many fear that early fruit will be injured by freezes later as peach trees have already bloomed out T L Saunders sold a good milk cow to Luther Raney at 30 Corn is selling at S150 per barrel in this vicinity Several farmers report their tobacco plants up already- T L Saunders sold 10 shoats to A Gibbs last week at 325 per hundred pounds Mr Gibbs also bought from other parties several shoats at 3 142 M L Yocum Cameron Pa says I was a sufferer for ten years trying all kinds of piles remedies but without success DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve was recommendel to me I used one box It has effected a permanent cure As a permanent cure for piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has no equal StormesDa Store 1m MoCREARY An infant aged 5 months of Mr Ma rion Pruitts died last Friday with lung troubleMiss Stella Broaddus is sick with feverMiss Norma Stone of your city was the guest of Miss Minnie Broaddus last week Mr and Mrs John Jack son of Mt Hebron visited Mr and Mrs S Fobes the latter part of last week Miss Kellie Burton visited her brothers R L and A Burton last week Miss Maggie Sandidge accom panied by Mr Wesley Walker visited Miss Bettie Serverance at Crab Orch ard last week R L Warner went to Madison on business last Saturday Mrs Wm Wall visited her brother A F Moberly last week nic whichwent part ofT 45 R ply setup PlantersNUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep sia and Indi gestion Regulates the Liver Price 25 cts that should take a spring tonic to strengthen the system and for the extra Now its the time everyone prepare demands of Nature Every the system is is a general house cleaning going on within Tho impurities that have been accumu lating for a year must be got ten rid of and the system reno vated and prepared for the siege of summer Unless Nature is as sisted in this task the strain on the system is too severe and a breakdown is the result Some people neglect to supply this as sistance and as a result they are overcome by an enervating feeling their energies re lax appetite fails and they are totally disabled for a season Everybody just now needs a tonic and Swifts Specific spring thoroughlyover hauledthere depressed or The I is logically the best tonic on the market The general health needs building up hence a tonic is needed that is entirely harmless S S S is purely vegetable and is the only blood remedy that is guaranteed to contain no potash other harmful mineral ingredient It is Natures remedy being made from roots and herbs gathered from Natures great storehouse It the blood of all impurities tones up the gen eral health renews the appetite and imparts new life and vigor to the entire system Dangerous typhoid fever and other prevalent summer diseases seldom attack a person whose system is thoroughly mercuryor thoroughlycleanses toned up with S S S in the spring Get S S S and be Sold by all druggists cleansedand prepared FLATWOOD The mud is so deep that news items cant travel Mr Pence representing the Knox ville Nursery sold several bills of fruit trees in this neighborhood last weekMr Moses Hutchings and brother of the mountains have moved in with their father Mr James Hutchings near here There was meeting at Good Hepe church Sunday by Rev Bryant as the pastor could not be there WAMMAKER BROWNS Raws CIOTBING All Wool at Lowest Prices But few are judges of gocdi and the safest way is to buy from a house that never handles shoddy Oar goods were bought in large quantities before the advance and are marked at low fijures or at small to insure sales Several orders have already been taken Ask our numerous customers of the prices fits and wear Wanamaker and Brown Kahn Brothers and the Riverside Tail oring company are among the best clothing houses in the nation Supe rior work and satisfaction guaran teed before payment is male All Wool Imported and Madeto measure mean just what they say Competition invited in prices and quality M D Agent OAPT T W BOTTOM Auctioneer of PerryYille Will be on the street every County Court Day and solicits the sales of the County Will make it to your inter est to see me before seeing any other auctioneer J HOOD SURGEONDENTISTLANCASTER KY Office over J C Thompsons jewelry store on Danville street T astonishingly profits Prepare for Cyclones By Insuring your Houses Insure your Hemp And Take No Risk of Loss these Policise R KINNAIRD General Insurance Lancaster Wewrite Ky i New Line of Also a Variety of HUMBERTS DRUG STORE Orders taken for all Foreign Hugizincs or Newspapers B Stout Lillard Siouz Stationery Paints Oils Etc DANVILLE KENTUCKY ONE IS TO GIV YOU GOODSWORTH THE MONEY That will Fit and Please You IN FACT SATISITY IN EVERY RESPECT TRY TJSWE ARE HEDQUARTERS FOR Mats and furnishing goods TRUNKS AND VALISES CALDWELL LANIER Leading Shoe and Furnishing House Danville Ky in and MISCHLANEOUS or Domestic Lillard LE A 0 I N G 0 RUG GIS T S JIpu ff1I Ildtet Utle t OOCC THING WE TdVE TO DO Shoes TWFitill Paper Boxes Tablets BOOKS oe EW Jib c Oi OOOA00 I have a new line of SPRING SAILORS Mousslines all of the latest colors Next week I will go to the cities to purchase a full stock for Summer Miss Laura Smith will go with me to assist in se lecting all the newest novelties On our return call and make your choice MISS SALLIE TTLIiETT W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley FirstClas HUBBY HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLE PRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN NATIONAL BANK Chi ons Springand tOOOoooo II m I I I BLHI I I 1 Ii o om sZ493 THE CAPITAL 20000000 OF LANCASTER KY A President JNp E 8TOEMK8 Vice President WM H KINNAIBD Cashier R DJCNNY s SCDJtNNY Assistant Cashr SURPLUS 16500000l ROBINSON J Bookkeeper J F R T EMBBT Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS SamIDCochran Jas Spllman Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson It Will Be Done Right If you Bring Your work to NED BURDETT CO at Arnold shop on Danville street Scientific Horseshoeing Repairing of Wagons Buggies and all kinds of Promptly and Substantially done Jno E Storms I vehicles TS BEAZLEY DENTISTTe- eth filled and extracted with ORGANIZED 1883 BridgeWork Lancaster cITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OF LAHOASTEB ST Capital Surplus Fund 100000 15000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Careful and PromptAttentionGuaranteed J M HieeiNBOTHAX Lewis Y LXAVXLL B F HUDSON W O BlQNXT CD WALXKB President VicePresident Cashier Assistant Cashr Bookkeeper DIRECTORS JMHieeiNBOTHAM IJCVTIS J YLXAVILL- B JOHNSON T M ARNOLD H C ABNdLD J B F Aux GIBBS j j WALXU RAIL ROAD TIME TABLES K C Branch Jouthbnd Mixed passes Lancaster 340 r x Northbnd Mixed 800 Knoxville Branch Northbound Mall passes Stanford 1237 1C Express 313 Southbnd Express 1204 PM Southbound Mall 127 r Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE NORTH BOUND Number 10 Daily except Sunday 609 a m Number 6 Daily pm Number4 Daily Flag Numbers dont stop 350am SOUTH BOUND Number 1 dont stop 1155 a m Number 5 Dally Number 9 Daily except Sunday 8 do p m Number Midnight flag Dally 1155 pm 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE HUDSON lIonr A x r A Y x 141 L m Ii L m 1o itoWtI80A North bnd k iu TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Ac Amyone sending a sketch and description may an- manlc tlona strictly confident Oldest agency for securing patents receive without chance Scientific JHerkamIllustrated largest ctow eolation of any scientific journaL Terra 3 a eaJern Branch Once OB P St Waahtegton DC q InYenton Patents taken A deomel weekJ ayour lUll CO311IYork Wprobablypoa test dbookoaPatent notice lathe four months 1 ROBINSONPETTET COMPANY WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS LOUISVILLE KYr a rf hJH We are on the Verge of War which will soon take Place We like Uncle Sam make Competitors back down ii THE FINEST LINE OF MENS CLOTHING EVES SHOWN IN THE STATE W I NEARAT s F t I HAVE Stacy Adams and Companys Dont fail to See our Childrens Fine Suits Our Ammunition is 51 ExcE We have most Complete line of SUITS MADE TO ORDER KI SPTO GOODS I am in the City this week selecting the pretty things for Spring and Summer which will be open for inspection as soon as I return all- I I MOODY 1 I 1 f 1 1VTRS HARDEW CENTRAL RECORD FRIDAY Mardi 25 1898 3 PERSONAL Jesse Sweeney is in Adair this week businessMiss Woods was in this city a few days last week Miss Alberta Anderson is home from school at Richmond Miss Chloe West has been visiting relatives in Danville Dr Al Price of Stanford made his mother visit Sunday Miss Mary Miller entertaind a few friends Monday evening Nath Woodcock the popular was in town Monday Miss Eva Grant is the charming guest of relatives in our city Miss Lula Graham will arrive this week to trim for Mrs Harden Hon P M McRoberts of Stanford is attending Court here this week CoL George White was in town Mon day mixing with his many friends Editor was called by telegram to Washington on business this week Mrs Harden left for the City Mon day to select a hansome line of mill inaryMiss Mamie Eason of Ludlow was the guest of Miss Rebecca Williams last week Mrs Jno E Stormes and Miss Julia Ried have returned from a visit to LexingtonSeveral attended Miss Marie Josephs Doll wedding last Saturday afternoonJno has returned from the cities with a nice line of spring and Summer goods Mr and Mrs Robert Arnold were guests of Dr Eiiott and wife last Sat torlay and Sunday Messers Gibson Allen and Alford Briton of Cartersville were with friend r 1 I I II drummer The I FINE SHOES at Ilyattsville Sunday Messers Fisher of New Liberty and James Cook of Owenton have been Miss Rella Arnold guests Miss Rella and Allie Arnold attended a Japanese party given by Miss Fish at Crab Orchard Monday evening Misses Mary and Lula Robertson after a pleasent visit to friends here have returned to Elizabethtown Capt IL Bruce Taylor Special De puty of the U S Revenue Department spent Sunday with friends in this city Mr Alec West and sister Mrs Whit taker visited their brother W H West of Madison from Saturday until Sun day Miss Amie Davidson who has been attending school in Richmond return ed home Saturday on account of the SmallPox scare in that city Miss Dove B Harris and Miss Pattie Bsazley of Lancaster will arrive to day to visit the Misses Embry and oth er relatives Lexington Argonaut Miss Francis Collier the handsome and accomplished daughter of Col D R Collier left Tueslay to be first maid of honor at the Battlesship KentuckyThere be a supper and enter tainment at Beech wood near Point Leivell the first Friday night in April The proceeds for a dictionary and holder for the use of the school CoL Wm Ferguson has returned to his home in Covington after a brief sojourn on his Stock farm near this city The CoL is now at work upon another song which Is expected to be as well received as his others Miss Virginia Knoxthe accomplished nurse who has been in attendance up on Miss Lula Batson during her illness and who deserves much of the credit for her splendid recovery has return ed to her home in Danville Miss Knox made many warm friends while here who wish her much success in her cho sen profession was cured by using three boxes of D Wittt Witch Hazel Salver Stormes Drug Store 1m generationI PREACHERSVILLE A horse kicked Marsh Parish tLe little son of Pite Parish at his home Wednesday morning and killed him instantlyW Brown and James Thompson has been to Rockcastle Co on a trad ing expedition Mr Richard Robinson sold 20 hogs to Col B F Robinson for 3c Will Elmore bought two steers from G A Sler for 543 Rev W B Ragan sold two cows and calves to Mr GeO King for 70 Corn is selling here at 105 to L75 per barrel Rev Christopher Newland one of the oldest men in this community died at his home on Ceder Creek He was a minister in the Predestinarian church and was mach respected by all who know him Mrs Rebecca Kenedy is very low at her fathers Rev W B Whites Dick Robinson sold a nice horse to Mr Horton for 43 The Baptist church house will ba dedicated here the first Sunday in May Mr Joe Pettus of Lebanon is at home on a visit Rev Charles Hum phrey of Wilmore was here Sunday visiting his sister Mrs Jones Mr Billie Ballard will start to Missouri on a visit in a few days to see his chil dren Mr James Elmorc and family of Jellico are visiting at the home of Mrs Harriett Eoley Baptist Call at my store and we will how to Get One of to Roasters Free I now haveuon hand the Best Garden Seeds ii Bulk LANGDONS BREAD DAILY NICEST x CANDIES IN THE B Boquet and Proctor Knott Cigars Best in the market We handle only the Best Goods and strive to please M BALLOU explain CITY- A IH f HATSSTETSON I Joseph C Hicks died Sunday at 10 oclock at the home of his son inlaw Samuel E Hughes in Dan ville of Brights disease after a pro tracted illness The furneral will be conducted at the residence tomorrow Tuesday morning at 9 oclock by Elder Jesse Walden of Lancaster and Elder KendrlcV of Danville The re mains will be taken to Lancaster for burial Mr Hicks was 62 years of age and a native of Garrard county Three grown children survive Hughes and Wm N licks of Dan ville and Mrs N H Bogie of Marks bury deceased came to Danville some years ago and had since been connected with the Danville Planing Mill Company lIe was a quiet re served man and one of many rood qualities upright industrious kind hearted and a good citizen He was a member of the Christian church and an officer in Wellington Harlan Post G A Hicks was a resident of this county for a number of years and had many friends We extend our heart felt sympathies to his family in this their sad bereavement Southern Baptist Convention Nor folk Va May 512 1893 Tickets on sale via the QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE at the rate of one fare for rouud trip from all points on its line to Norfolk Va on account of the Southean Bap tist Convention which meets at that point May 512 1S9 Dates of sales May 2nd to 6th good to return 16 days after date of sale The most attrac tive route to Norfolk is Via the Queen Crescent Route Women and Misses Garments Go to Mrs M D Hughes and see the latest styles and Wanamaker and Browns samples for Womens tailor ormade suits waists skirts also Misses Jackets and suits at Philadel phia prices Perfect fit guaranteed I also have boys suits in the latest style at grer ply reduced prices- M D HUGHES Agent Morgan Denmark Morgan Denmark is a bay stallion 16 hands high He Is splendidly bred as a glance at his pedigree will show He will make the present season of 1893 at our stable on the new Lan Lancaster pike 5 miles from Danville At 500 to Insure a Living Colt Care takan to prevent accidents but not re sponsible should any Lien retained on colts for the season money Mares traded before fact is ascertained makes season money due Morgan Denmark was foaled in 1889 He is by On Time son of Stonewall Jackson 1st dam Lady Morgan by Stonewall Jackson 2nd dam by Virginias 3rd dam by Matchless 4th dam TransbyMorgan is one of the best bred sad dIe stallions In mane and tail and good long rangy neck Dont fail to see him Win also stand ONE GOOD MULE JACK at 500 to Insure BAUQHMAN BROS 3256t Danville Ky hicks himMrs The RAdvocate- Mr occur t7 4 Kentucky Has good Our 10 Spring Suits are Beyond Comparison See our line end Save Money Finest line of Shoes in the State SHIRTS OBITUARY On Saturday evening the sail news of the death of Mr Sim Arnold was received here He died at the home of his father Mr T M Arnold near Marksbury after three days of in tense suffering of congestion of the brain in the 2Uth year of his age long procession of friends and relatives followed the remains to Lan caster cemetery on Monday where they were laid to rest appropriate and touching funeral services being con ducted by Elder James L Allen ceased was unmarried a member of the Methodist church and a devoted son and brother Being sccial genial and kindhearted he had a host of friends and admirers He was pos sessed of the highest and noblest traits of character and his attachments were lasting Connected with a large and influential family his and there are ma ny besides his relations who mourn his departure and sighs will be heard and tears shed beyond the confines of his home basket Supper and Entertainment An entertainment Peak Sisters and basket supper will be given at Beechwood school house April 1st for the purpose of buying a Dictionary Admission 10 cents Ordination Services at Baptist Church Bra E M Walker will be ordained deacon Thursday 24th at 715 p m The counsil will consist of ministers and deacons from some of the neigh boring churches deacons of our church Every body is cordially invi ted to attend the services T II CAMPBELL The Stanford branch of the Ken tucky Central railroad has always been the object of ridicule bud the but of jokes on account of the slow time made by the trains to and from We long ago ceased to be amused by the stories told on the Air tight and Great Windy but here is a new one which will excite your risi bilities and we credet it to the Lancaster correspondent of the Stanford InteriorJournal- The accommodating disposition of the K C railway officials was mani fested the other day when an old lady flagging the train ata small station told the conductor that she wanted to send a doxen eggs to Richmond and only had eleven but the old blue hen was on the nest would soon lay the other and she wanted him to wait a few moments The condutor kindly consented and the cackle of the hen was the signal for the train pull out Richmond climax This is from the pen of our friend Judge Hughes who it been said was the cause of Joe Mulhattan leave this State Bourbon Steam Laundry Miss Olivia Sweeney is agentri the Bourbon Steam Laundry Leave your orders at Sweeneys store D was extendeI an Richmond anl haS r tf Avery acquaintance versatile A torpid liver robs you of ambition and ruins your health DeWitts Lt tle Early Risers cleanse the liver cure constipation and all stomach and liver troubles Stormrs Drug Store lin Co llinNail Law The following law just passed by the legislature goes into effct June 13th Bii it enacted by the General As sembly of the Commonwealth of Ken shall b2 unlawful for any person to sell barter or loan or pm to make fabricate or manufacture to have on his premices in his possession or under his control cigarette made by hand or manufactured whether it ba made of tobacco or oth er substance whether it be covered with paper or other material it shall be unlawful for any person to give on his premises in his possession or un der his control any substance or ma terial out of which any part of such cigarette coull be made with the knowledge or purpose that at any time such substance or material might be come a factor or in such cigarette person who shall the law as set forth in the first paragraph of this act or shall evade it by a trick artifice or method whatev er shill upon conviction be fined not less than 10 nor morn then 100 or imprisonment in the county jail for not less than five nor more than 50 days or both so fined and imprisoned in the discretion of the jury and each violation or evasion of law shall ba deemed a separate offense How to Find Out Fiill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twentyfou hours a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent to urinate or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order WHAT TO DO There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain in the back kidneys liver and every of the urinary passages It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it or bad ef fects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being to get up many times during the night to urin ate The mild and extraordinary of soon realized It stands the for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a you should have the best Sold by druggists price fifty cento and one You may have a sample bottle and pamplet both sent by mail upon receipt of three twocent stamps to cover coat of postageon the bottle Mention THE CENTRAL RECORD and send address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y The proprietors of this paper guarantee genuine of this offer 3 I tuckyFirstIt whether SecondAny violate j desire ladd r effect SwampRoot your do See our Beau tiful display of BATS Shape Fee of Charge Azid IG1b in One Year Fedora Hats worth 2 now 98c Good socks 5c worth lOc Dont buy goods in our line till you see our prices Best Results for Least Money ALL GOODS GUARANTEED THE GLOBE L mOHMAN CO e J DAVILLE KY Priceless Pain If a price can be on pain Mothers Friend its weight in gold as an allevi ator wife more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did with her last having previously used of Mothers It a blessing to any one expecting to become a says a customerThus Henderson Dale Druggist of Carmi Ill to the Bradfield Regulator Company of Atlanta Ga the proprie tors and manufacturers of Mothers Friend This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines ad vertised to unreasonable but a scientifically prepared liniment especially to those parts of womans organism which bear the severest strains of childbirth The liniment be used at all times during to the very hour confinement The earlier it and the longer used the more perfect will be the result but it has been the last month only with great benefit and success It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending it but greatly dimin to life both mother and child and leaves the mother in a con at roo or sent by express on receipt of priceValuable book for women Before Baby is Born sent free on application THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO Atlanta Ga HOWARD GOULD was elected to in the New York Stock ex change a few days ago The privilege cost him about 21000 It is not ex pected that he will become an active broker but that he sought so he could buy and sell his own securities at brokers rather than cus tomers commission The outsider must pay oneeighth of one percent to brokers as commission but members of the exchange pay to another broker only S2 for each 100 shares of stock handled Though Howard Gould is not a speculator he deals in securities sometimes owned by himself THE most powerful locomotive in the world is one which has been built by the Brooks company for the Great Northern railway Some of the dimen sions of this gigantic machine are Weight 212750 pounds cylinders 21 by 34 inches driving wheels 55 inches in diameter working boiler pressure 210 pounds It is about as powerful as six of the former popular 15 by inch lo comotives and can pull 7700 tons on a level track THERE is a tobacco store in the Hay market London which has been con ducted in the same building without change and by the same family son succeeding father since the reign oi Charles IL ABOUT forty tons of letters pass daily through the general post office Loa don II altogether anyand recoveryMothers membership membership 22 a o se k FARM AND STOCK NOTES 5009 bushels corn wanted I will give one dollar and sixty cents per barrel for 1000 barrels of corn deliv ered at the Pilgrimage Dstillery dur ing the months of March and April Jxo W MILLER Mgr Bob Hamilton bought of Jas Bourn S Shoats for 2000 1 I ITamilton bought of Wm Smith a cow for 2000 C W Anderson bougt of Chas Bar dctt some calves at S17oo each C W Anderson bougt o E M Mar rov some So lb shoats at 3cts and of Mrs Kaufman some at same price 1J F Robinson bought of Wm Ward and others some fat shoats at 3 14 cts Col Robinson shipped to Cincinnati Market this week a nice load of light hogs for which he paid S and 3 14 cts C W Anderson sold to II B North cott a nice Pole China boar for 500 C W Anderson has forsale two nice yearling bulls one Durham and one Pole Angus When an anmal gets off its feed it is ususually because the owner has been too generous Do not overfeed in your effort to fattenrapidly Haste in producing fatness destroys the ap petite and disturbs digestion and na ture takes this method of giving the organs needed rest LINCOLN ITKMS Beazley Bros sold to Samuel Dudderar a family horse for C T Bohon sold to R IL Crow a pair of young mules for 189 John Baugh sold to Allen of the West End a few heifers at 3 l4c Powell lIar per bought of J P Corminey bunch of 1200pound cattle at 4c Lyon Wcod bought of W E Christian of Wayne SO one and twcyearold cattle at 2350 O P Huffman bought of Dr G Bronaugh some butcher stuff at 3 l2c and of W P Tate some hogs at 3 l4e J C Lynn sold to J T Crutchfield of Madion 14 heifers at 10 and to G T Wood five heifers and steers at 10 He bought of Dr J J Morris 17 calves at 1350 Lyon Allen sold to Mac Wheat 11 heifers at 3 l2c and to Wright Camden eight cows ct iso W W White bought of Crift Smith 10 12 acres adjoining his property on the Hanging Fork for 90 Interior Journal The department of agriculture re ports that there is still in the hands of farmers the following amounts of last years crups Wheat 121000000 corn 783000000 bushels and oats 272000000 bushels In raising a lamb from a bottle give it about a pint of milk a day and feed it every two or three hours if lamb is quite young In the course of three or four weeks you can teach the lamb to drink from a bucket whch is to a bottle the bottle being so hard to keep clean Unlike most animals sheep feed profitably in cold weather It would be better if horses could drink little and often in cold weather as well as in hot days Getting very thirsty they take in so much at one lime as to check the process of instead of assisting it and chill the whole system beside It is well to harrow meadows and pastures for it tears the roots and tends to thicken the grass It also destroys moss which may grow on bad ly drained or cold groud It is some times as essential to harrow these fields as it is to cultivate the corn Numerous experiments have been recorded to show that moisture is sav ed by cultivation During hot dry weather every foot of plowed land should be kept well stirred on the sur face with any tool which will keep it from baking A fine surface will hold down water like a wet blanket A few head of good animals wheth er cattle horses or hogs are what produces the profit Where a large number is reared by one breeder the personal attention given to each is the very slightest This is especially true of horse raising where the training and handling are superficial aside frcrn the training for speed Brood sows should have large roomy lots to exercise in and good houses to sleep in and not to many in a house Do not feed them to much corn but give them more slop Just before far rowing time give them each a separate house and lot cut off the corn feed feed bran mash and a little oil meal Note the results L e occooooooooooooooooooo 100 V bushels preferable digest ion Planters1 CUBAN OIL cure Cuts Burns Bruises Rhea i matism and Sores Price 25 centE Markt Itport Taken from the Louisville Times of Wednesday alternoon WHEAT No 2 red and iongberry 9Cc No 5 red and longberry 94c rejected 28c less on levee lc less CORN No 2 white S2c No 2 mixed SOJ c shipping 450 405 Light shipping 435 Best Butchers 435 4C5 Fair to good butchers 375 4 23 Common to medium butchers 350 385 Thin rough steers poor cows and scalawags 125 225 Good to extra oxen 350 390 Common to medium oxen Feeders 4 oo 4C5 Stockers 400 475 250 3C 575 350045CO Veal calves fILCH COWS Choice Fair to good 1500250J HOGS Choice packing and butch ers 225 to 392 365 Fair to good packing 180 to 200 lbs 3 85 3 95 Good to extra light 160 to 180 lbs 3 75 3 85 Fat shoats 120 to 150 Ibs Fat shoats 100 to 120 Ibs 320 350 HgsCOto901bs 275 Roughs 150 to 400 Ibs 30J 325 SHEEP and LAMBSGood to ex tra shipping sheep 350 375 Fair to good 300 325 Common to medium 250 Bucks 275 30o Skips and scnllawaes per head 50 100 Extra shipping lambs 475 500 Best butcher lambs 475 Fair to good butcher lambs 425 Toil ends 25oS 300 CATTLEExtra 4 CO 2 50 35 Bulls 6 300 lbs 3 75 3 10 2 4 a 75 S eQ 25 l STATE ODDS AND ENDS 1 i- u Ar iI1BLOODY BATTLE lc IIa iai County in Which Three Men Were Killed and Two Injured PISKYILLK Ky Mai eh of the bloodiest battles ever fought in the Kentucky mountains took place Sunday afternoon on Puckctts creek in llarlan county about 10 miles from this place in which three men were killed and two injured The killed are Snellings Josiah Leroy and Wes Taylor They were at a neigh bors house drinking when a quarrel arcse between Snellings and Taylor the former getting in the first shot but missing Taylor then opened fire killing Snelliugs Leroy had been at the stable but the shooting rushed to Snell ings defense Finding him dead he opened fire on Taylor both shooting about the same time When the fracas was over both were found to be stretched on the ground dead Two men were wounded by stray bullets but will recover The shooting is said to be the out come of an old grudge which existed between the Suellings and the Tay lors NEGROES SOLD Jim Wade Ilrought Two Dollars and a Quarter and Howard Two Dollars and Fifty Cents GLASGOW Ivy March 22 The sale of the Negroes Jim Wade and Rufus Howard brought an immense crowd to town Monday in spite of the weath er Chief Deputy Sheriff Powell Bar low began the sale promptly at 1 lIe announced that the sale would be upon a credit of three months and title given for one year first offered and after many fivecent bids was bought by WT Adams a farmer for S225 Wade was put up he asked that his father be sent for but his father refused to bid on him and Y F Swartz of Louis ville became his owner for 5250 Both boys seemed well satisfied with the re sult but the general opinion is that the price paid was too much This is the first time since 1SG3 that Negroes have been sold by a sheriff in this county The Negroes sold at that time belonged to the Bradshaw estate and brought good prices THE CROW SISTERS Walked From Jail to Church Services Es corted Sty an Officer VAXCKBUKG Ky March un usual sight was witnessed here Sunday morning when Squire Fisher accom panied by Sarah and Kate Crow who are confined in the county jail here awaiting the action of the next grand jury on the charge of resisting officers and shooting with intent to kill walked into the Methodist church to attend the services The girls had petitioned the squire to be allowed to attend church and the kind hearted officer could not refuse them himself acting as their escort Found Unconscious and Dying WALTON Ky March 21 Mary E Steinhauser wife of John Steinhauser of Morning View Ky started to a neighbors house Saturday night but never reached there Not returning home searching parties scoured the community at daylight Nothing but pieces of her dress were found At 9 oclocd Sunday morning Mrs Stein hauser was found unconscious two miles from home her arm broken and her clothes torn from her body Foul play is suspected and there is intense excitement lollce Judge Ousted PAISTSVILLE Ky March 21 A was issued Friday from Hall for the arrest of L D Canard police judge of the town of Paintsville The warrant charged Canard with drunkenness while in the discharge of his official duty lIe sent in his resig nation to the town board who imme diately accepted it and proceeded to fill the vacancy by appointing ion W IL Vaughan Their Fears Are Groundless FRANKFORT Ky March 21 The of the Frankfort penitentiary have been badly frightened for the past few days over the toms of a convict recently sent up from Laurel county which is near the smallpox district He has been care fully watched and now the physicians are positive the disease is not small pox Capitalized at S3OOOOOO FRANKFORT Ky March 22 Articles consolidating the Great Southern Tel egraph und Telephone company and Cumberland Telegraph and Telephone company under the name of the Great Southern and Cumberland Telegraph and Telephone company with head quarters at Hopkinsville Ky were the secretary of state Mon day Capital stock 3000000 A Rain of Sulphur MX VERXON Ky March 22 A sul phur rain fell early Monday moaning an4 the ground was found to be cov ered with stuff that not only resem bled the clement but burned and gave out the fumes The phenomenon is re ported from several parts of the coun ty and the superstitious of Rockcastle county consider it a sure harbinger of Tollgate Guards Granted OWINGSVILLE Ky March H B Lewis president of the Salt Lick turnpike made application to Judge for guards for the Owings ville and Salt Lick turnpike This is the pike on which the tollhouse was dynamited a few nights since Judge Ramsey granted the guards Further trouble is feared Nine Cases of Smallpox NICHOLASVILLE Ky March 2L There are nine cases of smallpox altogether at Richmond and Nicholasville The beard of health will take steps at once to quarantine Foretold Her Death LOUISVILLE Ky March 21 Mrs Clamar a Spiritualist toll Mrs J H Fleming of 1724 Floyd street this city Thursday afternoon that her mother Mrs S A Van Arsdale was going to die Friday evening The latter was then in good health and Mrs of course not believe the medium However when she arrived home she found that her mother had been taken with a serious illness Mrs Van Arsdale died Friday evening as GREATER NEW YORK has 110C churches within its li uts and over 13P000 dwelling houses LOne had hearing clock HowardwaS nAn warrant officials alarmingsymp filedwith war 21Dr reported Flemin predicted When VETOING BILLS 3cyclc Baggage Measure nat Resident Agent Insurance Law G yen a Death IMinvFKANKFORT Ky March 17 Gov was hard at work all day cx mining bills and he evidently had his scto machine in fine working order as tie knocked out almost as many bills as he approved Among tlje first that be vetoed Wednesday afternoon was one that will bring sorrow to the hearts of the 5000 bicyclists in Kentucky it the Tracey bill requiring railroads to carry bicycles as baggage The other bills vetoed Wednesday are as follows Providing that an appeal may to the court of appeals in habus sorpus cases Requiring that police judges in sec ondclass cities shall receive pay for holding examining trials Resolution providing pay for idiots during the time their committees al owed the fiveyear inquest period to elapse Amending Chapter 02 Article 4 Sec lion 12 of the general statutes so that the sheriff may summon bystanders for jury service when the haustcd Relating to revenue and taxation and a uniform system of valuation To legalize elections in certain common school districts Resolution providing that circuit clerks need not pay back to the state 5 fees collected in felony cases Bill known as the resident agents bill which requires all firs insurance policies written in this state to be written by a resident agent The governor vetoed house bill 476 Wednesday because of a glaring in the title of the bilL The title is An act to repeal section 12 article 1 chapter 4 general statutes which is section 2025 Kentucky entitled Guardian and Ward When looked up the boJy of the bill proposes to ropeal chapter 4S of the general statutes instead 4 Chapter 4 relates to deaf and dumb asylums while section 2025 of Ken tucky statutes relates to guardian and ward so the inconsistency makes the veto necessary FRANKFORT Ky March 18 The governor closed business for St PatS ricks day by vetoing the bill allowing Kentucky insurance companies to in vest their surplus in other than securities and Mr Hintons bill relating to sales of real estate to incumbrances He also signed the bill changing the time of holding com mon school trustee elections from June to October The result for the day was Bills signed 2 bills vetoed 9 FRANKFORT Ky March 19 The governor did not have as much raw material to work on Friday as he did Thursday so the number of his vetoes decreased Friday to four and his to one The Covington and Newport members of the legislature will be greatly disappointed over Fri days work as he vetoed House Bills 234 and 248 The first named was for the benefit of incorporated districts or other municipalities not heretofore assigned to any class of towns and was intended for the special benefit of Milldale in Kenton county The reason assigned for the veto that it was contrary to section the constitution which provides for local legislation and that the statute already provides a method for organiz ing such districts No 24S is an act to provide for the creation and govern ment of suburban districts near sec ondclass cities and was especially in tended for Highlands in Campbell county It was vetoed for exactly the same reason given for vetoing No 234 House bill 212 providing that no contract shall be made to pay a debt in gold money was vetoed because it Js contrary to the United States con stitution and laws enacted as to cur rency iu pursuance thereof He also vetoed house bill 290 to act relating to fees so that clerks commissioners receivers and sheriffs of Louisville to the state auditor once a year instead of monthly because it will operate to increase the salaries of the officers mentioned Therefore it is in conflict with section 1C1 of the con stitutionThe bill he approved Friday was the one known as the osteopath bill which provides that all phy sicians or healers who wish to practice profession in this state shall first be examined and granted a license by the state board of health The of the state board of health agreed however to examine the only in such branches as taught in their collages and this probably the governor to sign the bilL Youtsey Gets Sx Years NEWPORT Ky March the wrecking of the First national bank of Newport exCashier Thomas B Youtsey was sentenced Monday by Judge Tafts court in Covington to serve six years in the Ohio penitentiary and pay the costs of prosecution Yout seys conviction was upon 25 counts charging embezzlement and Judge Taft found there hji been 10 distinct violations of the United States bank ing laws A motion for a new trial was overruled Walter Going Pardoned FRANKFORT Ky March 19 Gov Bradley pardoned Walter Goins one of the Franklin county election raiders Goins was charged with being to the murder of Deputy Sheriff but the proof was that Daak ins was killed by Frank Egbert who was in turn killed by the posse Blaze at Junction City DANVILLE Ky March S Tuttles drug store at Junction City burned at 1 oclock Friday morning The building was owned by Jasper Surber Insurance 2500 on stock 1200 on building Large Tobacca Acreage VALLEY VIEW Ky March 19 The outlook for the largest acreage of ever planted in this section is manifest by the increased number of tobacco beds being there being more already sown in this section than was ever sown in one season Combination Cattle Sale ELIZABETHTOWN Ky March 19 The farmers of this county have arranged for a combination sale of cattle to at Senora March SO There will be for sale 1000 highgrade cattle to the highest bidders Bradley being betaken panel is graded inaccuracy statutes ofchapter Kentucky satisfy amendan examiners shallreport their president osteopaths influenced 22For accessory Dea ins 19W tobacco sown beheld offered approvals waif i MARKSBURY B F Walter Dentist at Bryants yule Wednesday March 30th Last Thursday Mr and Mrs C A Robinson entertained a number of friends from Lancaster Danville and Lowell The heavy rains have caused one side of the vault in the cemetery at the Fork to fall in and it is thought that the entire structure is damaged Farmers take notice Dont give any order for wire fence or fencing machines until you see L B Hughes who handles the best on the market Call on or address L B Hughes Marks bury Garrard County Ky or leave orders with J R Haselden Lancaster Kentucky 624 Died at her home near here March 19th Mrs Mary Bell Smith nee Mur phy She has been a great sufferer for several months Was married to J H Smith Oct 5th 1S70 She leaves six children three boys and three girls was a good Christian and a devoted mother She was industrious and her neighbors say To know her was to love her She had been a member of the Fork church 15 years 1 he funeral services were conducted at her home by her pastor Rev W M Kuykendall after which her remains were interred in the Lancaster ceme teryMr Sim Arnold son of Mr T M Arnold died March 19th after a short and painful illness His remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery The family have the sympathy of the entire community Mrs Dr Burnett arrived from Illi nois last Sunday in time to attend the funeral of her brother Mr Sim Ar nold Mrs W G Dunn and daughter Miss Georgia returned home Monday from Paint Lick where they had been spenling several days Mr A D Hughes and Mrs Katie Aldridge left Saturday for Stanford to visit their aunt Miss Sophia Hughes who is quite ilL Thousands of sufferers from grippe have been restored to health by Minute Cough Cure It quickly cures coughs colds bronchitis pneumonia grippe asthma and all throat and lung diseases Stormes Drug Store MT HEBRON B F Walter Dentist at Buena Vis ta Thursday The washing rains have done much damage to the plowed ground in this S2CtiO3 Gilbert Turner is hauling lumber to erect sixteen new houses at Bourne located the lock on the lands of Mr Isaac Montgomery on the Garrard side and Erastus Bru ner on the Jessamine side getting 7 acres from the former at S40 per 30 from the latter at something over forty dollars per acre Mr Edward Adams and Miss Me were happily united in the bonds of matrimony at the home of the brides father on the 16h inst Rev G W Thompson officiating We wibh them Messrs Joel Marsee and J H are at Frankfort at the bedside of Mr Noah Marsee who is very low with pneumonia- W D Scott visited his son at Bur gin Saturday and Sunday Messrs Robert and Ezra Montgomery were visiting in this community the latter part of last week Wm Allen has re turned to his home after a long visit to his sons in Lexington Mr and Mrs E D and Ernest Mont gomery were in your town on busi ness Saturday Miss Edna Scott is at school on account of sick ness Miss Maye Scott is on the sick list Mrs Bettie Montgomery was the gnest of Mrs Tracy Saturday night Children like it it saves their livis We mean One minute Cough Cure the infallible remedy for coughs colds croup bronchitis grippe and all throat and lung troubles Stormes Drug Store im HEAVY RAINS Causes an Unprecedented Risc In the Sala monia River PORTLAND Ind March ter rific rains of Monday night caused an unprecedented rise in the Salamonia river and it is out of its banks sub merging hundreds of acres of farming landThe river is raising rapidly every hour The north and west portions of this city because of insufficient sewer age are being flooded and dozens of lots are under water Large sections of Votaw North Race and Arch streets are running streams and Meridian street in almost the heart ot the town is a raging current The water is expected to come much higher but has already done great damage you Are Going North If You Are Going South If You Are Going East If You Ate Going West PURCHASE TICKETS THe I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE M RI SCCUMI of Safety The Maximum of Speed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates v Sates Time and all other Information win be cheerfully famished by JrC P ATMORC 1 JU P Or by IJCJsvttLB Kx cheerful one t March31st TheGovernment has Q lery muchsuccess Turner 23The If VIA All TheMaximum S 0 Tr acriS- and 4 a IS FAM FOR SALE MONDAY MARCH aS 1898 farm on Dix River about 1 miles from Joel Walkei Will sell 70 acres with privilege of adding SO more if I HO desire Said one boundary well fenced and plenty ofwater Terms Jan 28 98 JERRY P BLIND PUBLIC SALE As administrator of J G Aldridge I will of rer for sale at his late residence near Marks bury Ky on THURSDAY MARCH jist iSgS the following articles towlt One brown gelding 16 hands high 9 years old 1 extra good bay mare 4 years old 1 2 good milk cows 2 calves 1 sow and 5 shoats 1 cidermill 1 buggy 1 two horse wagon 1 harrow and other funnIng implements household and kitchen furniture wrought iron range in good condition with reservoir Other articles too numerous to mention Some corn wheat meat and lard Will rent toe farm on day of sale to the highest bidder if not sold before The farm i intains 43 acres 7 acres in wheat 2 iu clover 8 to go in corn 2 for oats and the remainder in pasture well wateredGood dwelling house and tobacco barn ahd all n cessary out buildings The sale will begin at 9 oclock All sums under 10 eash Over that amount on 6 months time with good note at 6 per cent interest II D ALDRIDGE 2t Administrator R KINNAIRDS Insurance Agency Representing Over SSTOOOjOOO In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford Queen of America National of Hartfort Phenix of Brooklyn Hartford of Hartford Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and Mercantile German American of New York Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable New York Life Insurance SPING 1898 Trees Plants Vines The Blue Grass Nurseries offer everything for Orchard Garden and Lawn No Agents Strawberries and general nursery Catalogues on application to V F HILLENMEYER BATTLESHIP For the launching of the Battleship Kentucky at Newport News Va the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will make the following low round trip rates from points named From Lexington 1200 Winchester 1200 Ml Sterling 1200 Paris 1200 Frankfort 1275 Richmond 1225 Lancaster 1300 Stanford 1325 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 which is only a few miles distance and connected by Car service No other trip ever offered as many SOUL STIRING EVENTS as does this one People from Inland Kentucky have the rare opportunity witnessing combined and Navy at the most spot in United States THINK OF IT The landing place of the Jamestown rending his British forces the battle lag of the Most Powerful Baffle Ship of our Navy and it will be called Kentucky Think of itl As soon as the date of Launching is MATTF YOUR PLANS Through sleepers will run from Lex ingtonFor information write ro call on any agent or GEORGE W BARNEY D P A l j LEXINGTON KY Assignees Notice Notice Is hereby given that as assignee of F L Bnrdett assigned I will sit tv Deceive claims against the estate of said Burden at the law oflice of Lewis LWalker in Lancaster 25th of 1898 All persons A D HUGHE march 18 4t Assignee KMOHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard No 29 Knights of Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall All Knights are fraternally G B SWINEBROAD J E ROBINSON K R S CourtHouse broodmare COMPANY KyTelephone of andcorrespondingly Electric CaptJohn andlast publicity having claims against said estate v111 present provenThis Lodge visiting invited CC m Laulidhing tile 4 a say THE OF LEXINGTON KY OUR FT LIV Our plan is a new application of an old principle and is based up on the actual experience of successful life insurance companies a period of over 200 years The same principles govern WE pay while you LIVE THEY pay when you DIE WE offer 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 mathemalical rule in lieu of death matures the policy INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE They figure on so many men out of a thousand figure on so many policies They kill the kill the policy There is no reason why a man should die to reap the ben fitjof his investment We return an average of 230 for every dollar paid us and yet we assume an obligation less than onethird as great as has been assumed and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of OUR IMISSIOIVOnly about twenty 20 per cent of the people are insurable Only the sound and healthy who least need its advantages can obtain life insurance Why should there not be a means provided whereby the ochf r eighty So per cent of the population can carry an the same as the favored few who can get life insurance Our mis sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure considering the ad vantage to be derived and that those advantages may be enjoyed during life by the one making the investment NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS That our plan is popular and based upon sound business is evidenced by our large and increasing membership as shown by our remarkable Exhibit of Growth See literature We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation No statement made that cannot be verified by actual results Others Make Money Why Not You The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers law onr system ACTVAZ RESULTS AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CIR TIFICATE HOLDERS REV J V RILEY of Mortonsville Ky says I have had an the Southern Mutual Investment Co of Lexington Ky for more than To whom it may concern L Ky September 10 1S97 This is to certify that my husband W F White about three years ago in vested in the Southern Mutual Investment Co Since that time there havebeen 26 coupons to mature on which the Company has paid his estate 102190 MARY R WHITE A Lexington Ky Kentucky Mutual CO covering bothonly dyingwe manwe investment principles ofbusinessinvest ent in the lessthanOTOY pleasedwith AgtNo Mu Southern Investment 4 America Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Typewriter Trust produce an honest product at an honest price The Blickensderfer is the only high grade machine at reasonable cost Guaranteed longest Some featuresDurability Portability Interchangeable Type Doing away Ribbon nuisance Adjustable LineSpacer Perfect Align ment Unexcelled Manifolding The only Typewriter receiving Highest Award at Worlds Fair since Adopted by Western Union Telegraph Co 9 SEND FOR CATALOGUE AND TESTIMONIALS MOORE BROS Gen Agts 25 R Fayette St 918 F St N W Baltimore Md Washington H C PRICE 35oo Improved SPRINGFIELD FIRE AND MARIN E INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK Robinson Hamilton Jgts Office over Post Office LANCASTER KENTUCKY I have purchased the Walker stable and am 1 prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Commercial Travelers u RICE BENGE NOTICE TO CREDITORS AH parties having claims against the assign ed estate A Todd will present the same to me at Wallaceton Kv or my attorney Wm McC Johnson at Lancaster Ky on or before May 1st 1896 This Feb 33rd 1898 GEO A BALLARD At Assignee W A Todd I FIRE and I CO a e SI LIVElY I LV f II I Al i A JSi ofW LIFEINIJRAICE m NEW ai J I 1 BLICKENSOERFER Built on strictly 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