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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 25, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898032501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 25, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mltm VOLUME VIII - Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Matter. "TOaTB . LANCASTER, KY., j IT FID AY, I MARCH, 25. i 1898. i ' 'ggg7 NUMBER 51 New Departure. We now have the ebrated cel- Florence Farm Wagon Which is made with springs. They are made to hold up about 1,000 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 PLEMENT HOUSE. Lancaster, Ky. tee, and there is apparently no dispo abusive language. sition to treat so important a ques Dr. B. F. Walter Dentist office over IMAND tion as this with less regard for the Ticket. 200 bushels fancy cultivated hemp H. M. Ballou's grocery store. All my custcmers.of last season, can forms of procedure than is shown in seed at G. S. Gaines'. aling with minor matters. The sug New sock Musical Instruments and come in on Tuesday and get tickets for gestion that as result of the conferNice convenient rooms for rent Strings at J. C. Thompson. the pants to be given away. ence between the President and Spea2t Mrs. Mary Cunningham. M. D. II UGH! s, Agent I will sell you package coffee at 10a ker Bead yesterJay the House was to All varieties of Landreth garden Sugar at cost, for cash. T. Currey. , held in check by the reference of Mv fine red Durham Bull will make W. I.Williams, Col. W.G.Welch. bulk, at Gaines'. seed, in Lancaster. the season of 1893 at my place one the report is based upon a. false asStanford. Wanted, Veal Calves. Will go to mile from Lancaster, at 2.00. Money sumption, Miss Lula Graham, of Glendale Ohio, country and buy. H. B. Northcott The sentiment of the House is very due when services are rendered. will trim for Mrs. Harden. pronounced. Without reference to Geo W. Evans. WELCH Beginning with Feb. 10th our terms rty or politics the desire is for action Dr. B. F. Walter Dantist office over will be cash. , J. C. Thompson. Look To Your Interest. speedily as the circumstances of the II. M. Ballou's grocery store. buggies on the mar case admit of. It is naturally expec Best home-mid- e Law, Clover, oats, timothy, bluegrass and I would like to do your plain sew ket at J. B. Ely's Paint Lick, Ky. Gen- ted, therefore, that the committee will ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. orchard grass always on hand at eral repairing and horseshoeing a very after the message has been Gaines. 3m. LANCASTER, KY. specialty. Give us a trial. ferred report back whatever action Am. and Ed. Bourne's flock of sheep When you come to court Monday deemed desirable. The House may was raided by dogs Friday night and call and seeS. T. Evans' new Premium may not follow the committee, line of killed 14 lambs. & Brown are giving Wanamaker buggies. ith the question once up the House 3 to S3, in the may run away with it and take radi eac'i customer from For 12c per gallon you can get the Wanted, 100,000 pounds of wool, will price of suits, as the customer saves cal action, if the committee should not best headlight oil on the market at G. pay highest market price, cash. that much and gets a perfect ht eport a proposition that is satisfacto S. Gaines'. 3 E.kin & Doir. M. D. Hughes, Agent. ry. This is mere speculation, howev- Eggs for Hatching. er, since the Congress does not know For Sale or Kent. J. C. Thompson has just received From prize wining Black Minorcas hat the report of the board of in two cases of new clocks which we are I will either sell or rent mv resi quiry will disclose nor what the Presi R. L. Elkin 15 eggs for $1,00. selling very cheap. dence. It is in good repair and in a nt will recommend. The committee good neighborhood, lor particulars ill probably follow the President in New lot of Sterling Silver Spoons. Murdered at Marcellua. on either W. H. Kinnaird or my call A. set of six spoons from $2.50 up, at J. hatever he recommends. Decisive The expense account of farmers, by self. Mary K. Weisiger. C. Thompson's. action ly the President is expscteil. grinding plow points at C. K. Poindex-ter's- . The farmers, the mechanic and the nd if this expectation is not disap cts The I have sold no coffee at 8 bicycle rider are liable to unexpected pointed there will be. uo friction over person who says it, is "'out of h:s S. T. Evans will have the largest cuts and bruises. DeWitt's Witch Ila- - the question in Congress. There is a BEAZLEY &BADGIMAN. head." R-- A. Stone. line of buggies and phaetons ever zil Salve is the best thing to keep on most decided opposition in both houses Save your or hand, it heals quickly and is a well of Congress to anything like temporiz Dr. H. M. Barg will be at J. C. brought to Lancaster. Thompson March 26, 28, 29 and can ders for him. known cure for piles, Stormes' Drug ing, and to any suggestion of arbitraUNDERTAKERS tion or a proposition which involves 1m fit your eyes with specticles. Examina Store. Danville Steam Laundry. the continuance of Spanish domina tion free. and dealer in Trespass. Smith & Currey, Agents for Danville tion over any part ot the is anu 01 Mr. S. B. Henry, superintendent of Cuba. universal demand in Con Jailer, David Ross, has given Cirpsbs, &c. Court House a spring cleaning and the Steam Laundry.andWe ship every day. Lancaster Cemetery, gives notice that gress is The the relief of Cuba from the ev We send y for deliver cry thing looks as bright as a new dol Satisfaction guaranteed. Work called he will proceed against any one who Spanish yoke and reparation (not in lar. for. and delivered. tf rides or drives over graves or lots. demnity) for the dest uction of the People in procession are requested to Maine. If the course of the President AT W. T. observe this rule and wait' for their leparts widely from this policy no one regular!- -. turn to drive out oabts that there will be a distur bance in Congress, but it is not apt to To the Klondike, Alaska, - North and resolved into a party contention. service via the Northwest, First-clas- s n such an improbable contingency it Cheapest Furniture ever in Lnncis- Oueen &. Crescent Route, with thro' is thought that the friction would be ter. P.. A. Sione. Sleepers to Cincinnati, Louis' Pullman between the President and practically ville and St Louis. Vestibuled traius the solid body of Congress. The sen 1 he greatest Disc Harrow on the Birmingham, Med from New Orleans, so stronsr that there seems market, at G. S Gaines'. and Chat timent is ian, Jacksonville, Atlanta possibility that Congress will be tanooga. Ask your railroad agent lor R. A. Stone will sell you salt either nt nt with a mild policy. There is a particulars, or write to O. L. Mitchell, sacks or Barrels. fixed purpose on the part of the lead D. P. A., Chattanooga, lenn. ers and the active men in all parties My fine Jersey Bull, Garrard Signal, to hold themselves in restraint until To Christine. my the report of tile Maine board has out of a tested dam, will stand at The Battleship Kentucky" is the 2. the season. Money due at been made and then to give a reason farm at title of a catchy song and two-steJ. S. Robinson. action. Beyond this time of service. which has just made its appearance, able time for there is no assurance that any 'lhi piece is dedicated to Miss Chris point It is a great leap from the old fash will be possible. s and nauseous tine Bradley and is arranged for piano, sort of restraint imminent is ioned doses of The feeling that war is orchestra and full military band. It physics to the pleasent little pills in Congress today than it was composed by Miss Sallie McKay, more general known as De Witt's Little Early Risers. From several con Every Department Blooming the Newest and They cuse constipation, sick headache well known music teacher of Louis has been before. servative sources has come the asser and biliousness. Stormes Nobbiest of Spring Novelties. Store. ville, and bids fair to strike a popular tion that the situation has assumed a chord with the lovers of music. graver aspect than at any time before New Spring Goods. are Creations of Art. Gentlemen's Hats and Shoes Guards Shot. and that war seems inevitable. J he One of the prettiest lines of Ladies' Clothing and Furnishings that- Cap the Climax 5) raiders on horseback made report comes from an administration About Misses' and Children's shoes ever of Domestic and Foreign Handiwork. foray in the western part of Boyle source that the President is about to Also a new to At a gate send to Congress a special message brought D.-- Paint Lick. county Saturday night last Goods. Costs you nothing on by which will cause a sensation, elearing stock of are surprisingly BeauSuits for Boys and Children near Perryville they were fired to come and see them. Bring your two guards, and a general shooting away all doubt that now surrounds the prices tiful. All marshaled before the public and come ahead. followed. Guard Thos. Middleton was situation. This is represented as not produce 1L L. Jennings & Co., defy any and competition. seriously wounded, and guard Lynn being the message transmitting the re Paint Lick, Ky. Penny was shot in the arm. It is be port of the Maine court of inquiry, but 2t . $5.00 jChildrens Suits from 75cts to $5.00 Mens All Wool Suits at lieved some of the raiders were wound one in advance of that, dealing with Given Away. Better Ones at the general Cuban question. Of course $7.50 Boys and Youths from $4. to $12.00 ed. With every suit of clothes made to a report of this sort cannot be verified A Great Line at $10. $12 and $15 Beautiful line of Boy's Hats Cheap. order for 815. 0D and npwara 1 will Sweet Bells In Tune. but must be judged by its source. absolutely free, one Stem wind Mr. Walker W. Tevis formerly of In this case the source is good and give is Warranted to keep Ladies1 Fine Kiiksville but now a resident of Flora has heretofore been reliable. All the Latest Novelties of the season The ing Watch that III., and Miss Una Tevis, of Holden, President sent for Senators Allison perfect time. T.iis is no chance as one Foot "Wear. Ladies' Shoes and Oxfords Silk to Mo., were married in Louisville, Ky., and Gorman today. This is the first tp with everv suit. In addition Vesting Tops are the Latest. Don't fail .to, see last Tuesday, March 22d.' Miss Tevis time he has called a democrat into the above off r, I will save you from our Line before buying your Spring Shoes. is a beautiful and accomplished society inference. Men who have been con S2.53 to 83.03 on the price of your suit lady, of Holden, Ma She and Mr. sulted or conferred with by the Presi ami iive vou a perfect fit A trial or you that this is true. every Child's Suit, FREE, front $2.50 up "We give Tevis have been sweethearts for a long dent are d after talk with der will convince will ime and their marriage did not sur Mm tmt there is no concealing1 mat All wool suits from $G.5J up, that a Base Ball, Bat, Cap and Belt. Bring your boys My prise his most intimate friends here, " hir are ,crraver after the talk. Speak - cost you more money elsewhere. , . t .i to us. "We clothe them correctly. j rouacu samples are' all in. When he left for the west sometime er Keed nas aeierrameiuy eive information concerning nis taiis Yours for Business, ' ago it was generally understood by tth flu President, but men whoh ave J. C. Hemphill. his close friends that they were to be seen the Speaker are satisfied by his married soon. Mr. Tevis is now in manner that ne is not pieaseu wim We have many new creations of Fine Juve a serious feels hap- - the situation and being .that business in assumea Dy Boys and Chil- nv nair will Flora, I1L, where the home. responsibility aisvery critical situation 1tolyaltetlbSlKstrabalupwar things Some exquisitely nile Styles. make their future snmebodv for tetB twn. Act I tkm how stand comIt io Raid that he is eviaeniiv uissaua- drens Clothing. They are worthy of inspection and Ifclrdtftlwr The marriage of Miss Pattie Gibbs fled. hat will not explain why. It is and Price. parison Quality, never been in B 'az.ey, of this p. ace, and Mr. Jonn o knownofonly that he has war. Btughman, of Danville, is announced favor 1 Members of the Kentucky delegt to take place Apr 1 12th. Miss Beazley tion are slow to talk on the suDiect, for the Professional Man, the MerLa- -. brim-fu- ll lavplishad belle and a society but it is easy to see that deepd own in of all the is an acc Dep: rtment is favorite, her father was Elijah Beazley their hearts they want a ngnt, anu 1 chant, the Mechanic and every Gen-teeltest productions of the Season. See Congress ig-deceased and her mother, a daughter balieve they will so vote iftaKes action ana our lineolored Shirts at socts. Dresser. Miss Beaz nores the President ot the late Hlllery Gibbi on its own accord. ley has always been one of the society L. L. Shoes, Boys. on Hold Off few leaders in this portion of the statr Circuit Court. and has made many conquests by her We closed a deal Monday by telegraph with the Assignee of Tfie Masotf Cobb Co winning ways. Bnt little business has been done in ii These shoes range Mr. Baughman is one of Boyle com B urt since last issue. for 100 Pairs of Men's Sample Shoes at a Bier Cash Discount. We will give you CHOICE OF THE LOT FOR $3.00 tid's risiner vounsr men. lie has fcr The Grand Jury adjurned Wedtfcin price from $4.00 to $7.00. some time been a deputy sheriff and day, after returning twenty-on- e Therefor it can readily be seen that it will be to your interest to wait a few days. is o le of the conn tie's leading farmers. dictments. James Whitaker charged with the He has always been considered a spier murder of Jno. Grady, was acquitted. did business man and has manifestt it being proveh that he acted in self-ix'.raordinary good taste in the 83k defence. tion of a life partner,. 200,000 If any one desires to hear "war poultry, calves etctalk" he should hi in Washington just now. I have heard nothing else since B. G. Fox and Rice will be in Laniving here to.lay. The newspapers 28th, county arr Mrs. Harden is in the City this week. caster on Monday, March are issuing "extras" on evisry little Fresh oysters for sale at Northcott's, Court Day to buy good, fat saddle piece of information received and the Fresh garden seed at S. T. Evans', f and driving horses. I need what you owe me. R. A. papers sell like hot cakes. The gen- StOL'C ral impression is that war will be de A screw, an inch and a quarter long, Best coal oil 10 cts per gallon R. A. was taken from the side of Henry clared but just when, no one knows. New lino Calicoes at S. T. Evans Stone. There is not likely to bo much fric Sjc 'em. Beazley, who was shot by John KerJ. A . Biazley & Co., headquarters for sey. Dr. Herring says that he may re- tion in Congress over the disposition rotts patent flour Si 80 par 100 lbs. wall paper. the Maine report when it comes to cover. R. A. Stone. X. congress, mere is considered to be More dried peaches at 5c per bound. Mrs. James Smith died on Saturday room for controversy over the mat- Wanted, hens at 5c per pound. II. R. A. Stoae. at her home on Boone's Creek of pneu ter. The suggestion that the minori- B. Northcott were buried in ty are going to resist the report being The best two horse wagon on the monia. Ihe remains Lancaster Cemetery on Sunday at ten referred to the foreign sffairs commit Northern seed Irish potatoes at 1 market at G. S. Gaines'. o'clock. tee is pronounced little short of ab per bushel at Gaines1. If you want to see up to date milli- requiring to In the Police Court Welcome Clark surd. The ruleimperative. reference is We print typewriter letter heads on nary go to Mrs. Harden. The mast was fined $10 and cost for breach of committee nsignificant thing has to go through excellent bond paper. Wanted, car load of Iron, Bones and the peace, and George McCarley, col the formality of reference to comroit- ored, was fined 5 and cost for using -' I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER, Maple shade, trees for sale by J. C. Thompson.. R. A, Stone pays cash ALL WAR TALK. for Eggs, Washington', March 22, '03. PRIM We are now receiving our STOCK. Remember we are cleaning out our stocK of brick for sale. Greening & Rags. Pence, Stanford, Ky. H. B. Northcott.- - SPRING GOODS. I WI Attorneys at n All business attended to promptly. CLOTHING, 25-4- HATS and SHOES 3 uov-25-t- f. Furniture, Lancaster, Ky. and will give you a big reduction on this class of goods. The Logan Dry Goods Co. WEST'S OLD STAND 1898. SPUING. 1898. 1L WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR Mr. James A. Beazley is smiling iver the birth of a line boy, at h:s house. All are doinir welL Acetylene Gas, The light of the future. Why not be independent and own " EVERHHIHS HEWi FASHIONABLE In Gentlemen's Attire. with - l p blue-mas- D.-u- g 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 church es, stores, factories, hotels, residences and country homes; safer than ordi nary gas or kerosen lamps. Approvel by all the Boards of Underwrites throughout the United States. We want a first class agent in every town. Write for catalogue and prices. The AcETYLEne Gas Machine Co., Akron, Ohio. Trices Lower than Ever. Tailor made suits at 312.50 to $30. Satisfaction or no pay. You have paid $12 for roady-mad- e suits that were not j.s good as Wanamaker and Brown s suits at S3, and their suits at J.5J anu 311.50 are equal to other 315 suits, be and beautilui in design ing xad finish. The suits at 313.53 and 315 usually sell for $13 and S20, and their 0 suit is the samj ol quality, sucn suits usually selling for S2. A com parison of goods will prove that yon will sava some dollars by giving me your order. ai. u. iiuonEs, Agent. all-wo- that that that all at ... in Warning. The City Council of Lancastir, and the local board of health have issued an order requiring all persons coming rom districts infected by small pox to show a health certificate, stating that thiy had been vaccinated witnin the past year. This is a good move, and we believe if every citizen will heed the warning and submit to vaccina tion we will escape this terrible All persons who are unable to pay for this service will be vaccinated free of charge by the local board of health. epi-lem- with with dose-mouthe- will Childrens Department. . smart little Fit in will in rtlil rUrtri4 SPRING HATS a days Our Furnishing Goods your Spring rawpER Small Pox t Richmond. s have been Three of the completed at Richmond, and a fourth is being put up. Tents have arrived from Frankfort for the use of guards. subjects have been The small-po- x Vaccination moved to the The first continues to be pushed. leath from small pox reported is that of Sophia Walker, colored, who has been in a precarious condition for tome time. There are no other cases considered necessarily fatal at preseat The first white case developed that of 1 woman who lives near the negro quarters. pest-housepest-hous- e. LOGAN & ROBINSON. ateest. TO CURE A COU IN ONE DAT. Take Laxative Brsso Qalniae Tablet. Al OrnurUta refund the moaej U It falls to Cue. 4 CENTRAL RECORD. EVERY WEEK BY BUCKEYE. The friends here of Mrs. John are glad to know that she is recov ering. John Dickerson lost a valuable milk last week from eating buckeyes. One of our citizens having 5 dogs, some one took pity on htm and poisoned all but one, thus relieving him of a very great incumtance. The gardenr. are coming on nicsly day by day, and we hope that Jack frost n ill pleusc stay away. But while are patiently waiting for Leans, wo ais feasting very lujhly on hogs and greens. The Sanday school at tais place which went into winter quarter?, for t time in aboi t twenty years. the will be reorganized Sunday and it is to bo hope I that many will atteni1, both old and young and take part in this a good work for the MasterC Luther Spears, who was onca a fre quent visitor to this place and a Mr, ech, both of Lexington, spent one ight one night of last week at D Ray's. Will of Buena Vis ta, visited his brother, Ebb, Saturday ight and Sunday. Miss Georgia Hun ter who bas been in our village for several weeks returned to her home in Nicholasvillc Monday. Isiah Lane was at the bedhide of his brother, Free man last week who is very low at his home near Stone. The wife of 'J Bronson Ray and her niece, little Miss Josaphiae Watts, of Georgetown, are visiting Dr. Ray and family. To their surprise, the little girl on the hrst night of their arrival, developed a case f measels, but in a very light form jo-i- l Dic-crson, Lack- - Z.OUIS ZAXDRAX, Publisher. LANCASTER, KEXTUCKV. YFAR, IN ADVANCE " SOKE Months. $1.00 .25 " " FRIDAY, March 25, - 1898. FOli COXGRESS. In obedience to tlie requests of Democrats in tl pverr jmrt of the Kfphlli CoiiKresional mid in accordance with my desire to be of service to the Democratic party and the ancountry, in critical and important times, I nounce myself a candidate for Congress, sub ject to the action of the Demoaratlc partv. As a loval Democrat. I have always the nominees and platforms of the Demo cratic party anil 1 now tiipport me piaiiorm adopted by the last National Democratic Convention, held at Chicano. I am sincerely prateful for the cordial sup- nnrt eivn niH liv the Democrats of the Eichht Danville, Ky. DRESS GOODS SPECIALS. 45 inch all wool Black Sponge Cloth 45 inch all wool Black Etamine 50 inch Fine Fancy Plaids were $1.00 yd for 38 inch 40c yd. 5oc 3rd Coucressional District in the past, and I have tried to Aiovr my appreciation of their confidence and kindness, by unceasing efforts, to boa liUtliliu ana eincicut Keprcscntativc. If honored by the nomination, I believe, I ran witli the aid of mv brother Democrats, re deem the dUtrict, and in the future as In the p ist my bei-- t efforts shall be Riven to tue taltb' ful discharge of all duties required of me. the time A New Line of every one should take a spring tonic to strengthen th 9 system and prepare for the extra demands of Nature. Every spring Also a of the system is thoroughly overhauled there is a general going on within. Tho impurities that havo been accumulating for a year must be gotten rid of and the system renovated and prepared for the siego of summer. Unless Nature is assisted in this task, the strain on the system is too severe, and a Orders taken for all Foreign or Domt stic Hagizincs or Newspapers. breakdown is the result. Some people neglect to supply this assistance, and as a result they are Jno. B. Stout. E.W.Lillard. overcome by an enervating, depressed feeling, their energies relax appetite fails, and they are totally disabled for a season. Everybody just now needs a tonic, and Swift's Specific Now xa that fritiiPaflm'rtiesiiTaits Variety house-cleani- ng MISGELANEOuS BOOKS MoROBERTS' DRUG STORE. Lillavd 6s Siouz, Etc-DANVILLE, jamks b. Mccreary, March 13, lbDS. Tin-: Richmond, Ky, 50c yd 29c yd. announcement, of Hon. James II- - JleCreary, for the democratic nomination for congress in this district, published ill this issue, is a source of proud satisfaction to his many warm friends in this county. Having1 led the democratic party to victory so oft- ea, he is looked upon, by many, as a p litical necessity a Moses to lead the democrats out of the wilderness into which they were led in 1S9G. His repeated victories have caused him to be named the political Napoleon, and the comparison is gcod,exceptinr the fact that he Ikis never seen a Water loo, and his friends claim that he will not be defeated if nominated this time. His oflicial career, as model Governor and congressman, for sever al terms, has made for him a host of admit ers, who point with pride to his record and claim that he is the only inau that can redeem the Eighth District to their party, 'ihey claim that his long public service is without just grounds for criticism, that his views and course, on all issues, were always o,i the side of the people and had in view the gjueral 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 as thcro are several other in the field, who claim recognition 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 hold on and control the votes, after others are dropped, will win. Sixce the adjournment of the Legis- Hair line Mohairs 50c yd. 50 inch all wool Black Checks were 81.00 yd for inch all wool Black and Navy Crepons 50c yd 45 65c yd inch Black and Navy fancy Mohairs 50 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 50c A little boy asked for bottle of " 'et yd to $1.75. Black Dress Goods of every description from p in the morning as fast as you can the druggist recognized a household 25c to $2.00 yd. name for , 'Dj Witt's Little Early Seperatd Skirts. Risers." and gave him a bottle of those famous little pill for constipation sick headache, liver and stomach troubles. Stormes' Drug Store. lm SILKS. STONE. Twenty styles of materials ranging in price from $1.00 to $10.00. Neat figured black skirts full sizeand lined at $1.00. Mrs. Mollie East, who has boen very All wool cheviot skirts lined throughout with pure silk for low, is some better at this writing. and Freeman Lane is still very ill at his cleansed $6.50. Plain and fancy Mohairs, Serges, Crepons, Silks and toned up with home on Sugar Creak. Satins at very low prices. S. S. S. in the Frank Folger sold a lot of hemp saed a few days ago at $1.50 per bush spring. Get S. S. S. and be preel. Grant Osbourn sold a bunch of pared. Sold by all shoats to Henry Barlow at 3 cents. druggists. 4 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, mercury, or other harmful mineral ingredient. It is Nature's remedy, being made from roots and herbs gathered from Nature's great storehouse. It thoroughly cleanses the blood of all impurities, tones up the general health, renews the appetite and imparts new life and vigor to Dangerous the entire system. typhoid fever and other prevalent summer diseases seldom attack a person whose system is thoroughly S.S.S.Blood eadingQUuggists. Stationery, Faints, Oils, :- mi mm n. msm -: mmzms xoooooooooooooooooooooox KENTUCKY. WE STRIVE TO IS TO GIV YOU GOODS WORTH THE MONEY, i0, That will Fit and Please You. WE ARE HEDQUARTERS satisfy, ii ITS! TIRfX" EVERY FOR IN" FACT, RESPECT. lature Governor Bradley has vetoed several bills, among them the 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 b.ll to prohibit contracts from specify i lg payment in gold. He 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 the cigarette bill. Mil. Waltkic Fokicestek, KID GLOVES. SlSrl ElNE in the In- terior Journal, while commenting the leading Senators, in the last on Legislature, 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 a faithful and able worker, and has the distinction of passing every bill and resolution, which he advocated or offered. SrAix should not be permitted to set a price on. the Maine,, nor to dictate the terms of Cuban independence. Unele Sam should name all the conditions and if an unequivocal compliance does not follow war should be declared at once. Spanish, cruelty and treichery is too well known to recognize her in any way, where dollars and human life are at stake. WHITE Several of our .farmers are deliver We lead not only in variety of new styles of fancy silks ing their hemn to Mr. Hudson, at 3c ir pound. shown but also in low prices. Checks, Plaids, Stripes, Bay T. II. Green sold an aged work mule combi aderes, Glaces and solid colors silks in all shades and . R. Sparks at g45. nations from 75c to $3.00 yd. Special values in Black Satin Mrs. Sallie Grow bought a horse Duchesse at $1.00, 1.25 and 1.50. Brocade Satins at 75c, 85 from Frank Montgomery at 40. Eld. W. F. Neal, of Winchester, Ky. and up. Colored Satins at S5C, $1.00 and 1.25 all shades filled the pulpit at Scott's Fork, last Sunday. The wheat crop in this section stter than it has been for many years, aad the prospects for a big wheat crop are flattering. Many fear that early fruit will be Full line of new gloves in Black, White, Yellow, Grey, Cas freezes later, as tor, Tan, Red, Green, Navy and Cadet blues from Si. 00 to injured byalready bloomed out. peach trees have $200 per pair. Party gloves in all lengths from $1.75 to T. L. Saunders sold a good miik $4.00 pair. Special value in Iadie's Kid Driving Gloves at cow to Luther Raney at $30. Corn is selling at $1.50 per barrel in 50c pair. this vicinity. Several farmers report their tobacco plants up already. T.L. Saunders sold 10 shoats to A. Gibbs, last week at $3.25 per hundred pounds. Mr. Gibbs also bought from We can show you more fine wash goods than any three other parties several shoats at 3 houses in this section. Don't buy an Organdie, Dimity, M. L. Yocum, Cameron, Pa., says "I Gingham, Pk, Linen or even a cheap lawn until you see was a sufferer for ten years, trying; all our line of over 500 pieces. Every piece and quality from kinds of piles remedies, but without success, DeWitt's Witch Ilazel 'Salve 5c yd up to veryfinest. i recommended to me. I used one box. It has effected a permanent cure." As a permanent cure for piles DeWitt's Witch Ilazel Salve has no equal. Stormes'D.'a ' Store lm to-J- FLATWOOD. The mud is so deep that news items can't travel. Mr. Pence, representing the Knox ville Nursery, sold several bills of fruit trees in this neighborhood last 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, the pastor could not be there. week. Mr. Moses Hutchings Ses, Hats asd fursishisg Qoods. TRUNKS AND VALISES. CALDWELL & LANIER. Leading 5h.DE and Furnishing House T Danville, Ky. I have a new line of Mouselines, all of the latest Teeth filled and extracted with colors. Next week I will go to the out pain. Crnwn anil RrlriirA W ork a specialty. Office over cities to purchase a full stock for Hardware store, next to Court J. R. Haselden'a House. Lancas ter, &.y. Spring and Summer. Miss Laura Smith will go with me to assist in seORGANIZED 1883. lecting all the newest novelties. On your choice. our return call and make NATIONAL Chilians, SPRING SAILORS S. BEAZLEY, DENTIST. fOODS. MISS SALLIE TILLETT. WAMAMAMR mm U BAM, OF LAH0ASTEB. FT. BMW'S yowooooaoooioooog Capital, $100,000 "EMIUS CtOTBIHC All Wool at Lowest Prices. But few are judges of gocd;, 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 astonishingly low figures, or at small profits 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 amon? the best clothing houses in the nation. Superior work and satisfaction guaran"All teed before payment is male. Wool," "Imported" and mean just what they say. Competition invited in prices and M. D. Hughes, Agent. quality. W.H. First-Cla- s LACKEY & Surplus Fund ; 15,000 Successor to Lackey Gulley. BUSINESS SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt Attention Gojtntatet M. HisoiNBOTRAX President Cashier Assistant Cash'r. Bookkeepei GOODS. LIMY STABLE. Lxwis Y. Lxavbll. B. F. Hudson W. O. Ribbons and Haces. t Toe preparations for war are still Cciag on, and if Spain refuses ep for the loss of the Maine, or declines to give Cula her freedom hostilities will, and should begin. Altho' the war will not bast but.a short limd it will cost a considerable sum to prepare for it, but the nation should be properly equipped for defence, war or ng war. being conceded that the Maine b an explosive, frcm the outside, congress and the people are anxious for steps to b3 taken at olc;, and are impatient over the fail ure of the administration to announce its policy and the coarse to be pursued. The suspense is more trying than aifaal engagement would 12. was des:royed e The raid, in the western part of Boyle county last Saturday night was worse than any that we toll-gat- MoCREARY. Organdies at 40, 50, 65 and 75c. '32 inch Organdies at 15, 20c and up. Solid Colored Organdies 20c An infant, aged 5 months of Mr. Ma to 60c. White Piques in 20 styles 15c to 50c. White Bat- rion Pruitt'sdied last Friday with lung trouble. istes, Mulls, &c. ,at all prices. 36 inch all linen Lawns 40c Miss Stella Broaddus is sick with to $1.00. Irish LXnenlRemnants for Shirt Waists at i less fever. Miss Norma Stone, of your city, was than regular prices. the guest of Mis3 Minnie Broaddus last week. Mr. and Mrs. John Jack son, of Alt, lieoron, visited Air. ana Mrs. S. Fobes the latter part of last week. Miss Kellie Burton visited her brother's, R L. and R. A. Burton last Sash Ribbon in all widths and colors. Made up Sashes week. Miss Maggie Sandidge, accom with fringed ends. Narrow ribbons from No. 1 up. Ove panied by Mr. Wesley Walker, visited Miss Bettie Severance at, Crab Orch 500 pieces new ribbons. More than 10,000 yds of new laces ard last week. R. L. Warner went to in every width and prices from 2c to $2.00 yd. Madison on business last Saturday. Mrs. Wm. Wall visited her brother, A. F. Moberly last week. 67 inch French HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE PRICES, SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Rionxt DIRECTORS: CD. Walxbx M.HI88IKB0THAM, S.JOHBSOX, H. C. Arno'ld, Jb. ALBX.QlBBS, TRAVELING MEN. .53 Lxwis Y.Lbatbt.l. T.M.Abnold, B. F. Hudson. J. J.Walxbb MOfmaag "A aoovf KAIL ROAD TIME TABLES. Jonth-b'n- d H ATI CAPITAL aoo,ooo.oo ) ) ONAL 0- BANK ( SURPLUS ( J65.ooo.oo. North-b'n- d K. C. Branch. Mixed, passes Lancaster, 3:40 p. X. " Mixed, ' 8:00 a.m. KnoxTille Branch. Mall, passes Stanford, 12:37 T. it " Express, 3:13 A.M. l2rfXr-.il- . " Express, Mall, It27r.ll. Queen Se OAPT. T. W. BOTTOM Auctioneer, of Perryville, Will be on the street every County Court Day and solicits the sales of the County. Will make it to jour inter est to see me before seeing any other auctioneer. North-bonn- - North-b'n- d Sonth-b'n- d South-boun- d LANCASTER, KY. A. R. Dxnny. President. JNP. E. ST0KXC8, Vice President. Wm. H. Kimkaikd, Cashier. S.C.DXHRT, J.F.ROBIMSOK.JB, Crescent Route. 6:09 a. va. :1AI p.m. 3:31 PASSES DANVILLB. NORTH BOUND. f) 4Af maNUBIAN TEA cares Dyspep- I IWIIII v sia, Constipation and Indi J J. HOOD, SURGEON-DENTIS- Number 10 (Daily except Sunday) Number 6 (Daily Number 4 (Daily) Flag Number 3 (don't stop) SOUTH BOUND. a. m. a. m. 3:50 a, m. 11 :55 11 It 90x90 Utica Mills Hemstitched Sheets 65 cents 81x?90 Utica Mills Hemstitched Sheets 59 cents gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. on Danville street. Office over J. LANCASTER, KY C. Thompson's Jewelry store Assistant Cash'r. ft. T. Embbt Ass't Number 1 (don't stop) Number 5 (Daily Number 9 (Daily except Sunday) Number 3 (Midnight flag) Dally S3 a. m. 8:10 p. m. 11:55 p.m. Prepare for Cyclones! By Insuring your Houses. DIRECTORS 90j:96 Hemstitched all Linen Sheets $2.50 Spllnan, Sam'l. D.Cochran, A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. W. R. Cook, I. Davidson, Jno. E. Stormes, Js SO YEARS' EXPERIENCE have had in Garrard countyr and; we regret exceedingly that our neighboring county is forced to' submit to such a state of lawlessness. Insure your Hemp! And Take No Risk of Loss. It Will Be Done Right If you Bring Your work to NED BURDETT & CO., Arnold shop on Danville street. Scientific Horseshoeing, Repairing of Wagons, Buggies, and all kinds of ve hicles Piomptly and Substantially done. at CowrwiQirrs Ac Anyone sending; a sketch and description may qnlckly ascertain oar opinion tree whether an patentable. Oosamanlem. inTsntlon Is orobablr tinna utrletl v conBdi nliaL Handbook oaPatenta sentffree. Oldest agency for ecurln patent: recerro Patents taken tnrouga Jtann tftcial otU, without chanre. la the Anandsosiely Illustrated weekly. Largest dr enlatton of any scientlBa Joornal. Terms, ts a year f oar months, 9L MM by all newsdealer. IP RHir ' "Ff Tmadc Marks Design Scientific Branca fl-Hri- caii. It is thought that Gov. Bradley will veto the cigarette bill.. If he does it will be because it is unconstitutional and cannot be enforced, for the bill is certainly a desirable one, and has in view tbe welfare of the young' men of the country.. CUBAN RELIEF cures A414i4iU Colic, Neuralgia md Toothache wla five minutes, ferer Stomach and Suuoer CospbiaU. Price, 25 Cent. We write these Policise R. KINNAIRD, Danville, Ky General Insurance, MUM iterjwlcrt ( LOUISVILLE, KY. BksK.miftTiTCnnB ROWNSON-PETTET rldll Ha Lancaster, Ky; COMPANY Whole balk DicmiMrroM. NEAR A Te Me We are on the Verge of War which will soon take Place. We, like Uncle Sam, make Competitors back down. ZE3I IE ZEE .A. A7" IE WE T FINEST LINE OF MEN'S CLOTHING EVER SHOWN IN THE STATE. Don't fail to See our Our $10. Spring Suits are Children's Fine Suits. Our Ammunition is Stacy Adams and Company's FINE SHOES. Beyond Comparison. See onr line and Save Money. STETSON ic HATS Finest line of Shoes in the State. We have most Complete line of SHIRTS. See our Beau- HATS tiful display of SUITS MADE TO ORDER Fedora Hats worth $2, now 98c. Good socks, 5c, worth 10c. Don't buy goods in our line till you see our prices. ALL GOODS GUARANTEED. Best Results for Least Money. THE GLOBE, XW1 GOODS. j. l- - frohman the Hicks. Joseph C. Hicks died Sunday at 10 o'clock, at the home of his Samuel E. Hughes, in Danville, of Bright's disease, after a protracted illness. The furneral will be conducted at the residence ( Tuesday) morning, at 9 o'clock, by Elder Jesse Waldun, of Lancaster, and Elder KendrlcV, of Danville. The remains will be taken to Lancaster for burial. Mr. Hicks was 62 years of age and a native of Garrard county. Three grown children survive him Mrs. Hughes and Wm. N. J licks, of Danville, and Mrs. N. H. Bogie, of Marks-bur'1 he deceased came to Danville some years ago and had since been connected with the Danville Planing Mill Company. He was a quiet, reserved man, and one of many (rood qualities, upright, industrious, and a good citizen. He was a member of the Christian church and an officer in Wellington Harlan Post, G. A. R. Advocate. Mr. Hicks was a resident of this county for a number of years, and had many friends. We extend our heartfelt sympathies to his family in this, their sad bereavement. kind-hearte- . &-oo- ILFjE, OBITUARY. L'.t-tl- ky. PREACHERSVILLE. A horse kicked Marsh Parish I am in the City this wesk selecting all the pretty things for little son of P.ite Parish at his home Spring and Summer MRS. MOODY HARDEN. CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, March, 25, 1898. at Ilyattsrillc Sunday. Messers Fisher, of New Libert, and James Cook of Owenton, have been Miss Rella Arnold guests. MissRella and Allie Arnold attended a Japanese party given by Miss Fish, at Crab Orchard, Monday evening. Misses Mary and Lula Robertson, af ter a pleasent visit to friends here have returned to Elizabethtown. Capt IL Bruce Taylor Special Deputy of the U. S. Revenue Department spent Sunday with friends in this city. Mr. Alec West and sister, Mrs. visited their brother, W. DT. West, of Madison, from Saturday until Sunday. Miss Amie Davidson who has been attending school in Richmond returned home Saturday on account of the Small-Po- x scare in that city. Miss Dove B. Harris and Miss Pattie Baazley, of Lancaster, will arrive today to visit the Misses Embry and other relatives. Lexington Argonaut. Whit-taker, which will be open for inspection as soon as I return. 4 X PERSONAL. Jesse Sweeney is in Adair this week on business. Miss Carrie Woods was in this city a f .jw 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 a visit Sunday. Miss Mary Miller entertaind a few friends Monday evening', Nath Woodcock the popular drummer was in town Monday. Miss Eva Grant is the charming guest of relatives in our city. Miss Francis Collier, the handsome Miss Lula Graham will arrive this and accomplished daughter, of Col. D. R. Collier, left Tueslay to be first week to trim for Mrs. Harden. Battles-ship- , lion. P. M. McRoberts of Stanford is maid of honor at the Kentucky. attending Court here this week, There will be a supper and enter CoL George White was in town Montainment at Beech wood, near Point day mixing with his many friends. Leivell, the first Friday night in April. 1 he Editor was called, by telegram, The proceeds for a dictionary and to Washington on business this week. holder for the use of the school. Wednesday morning and killed him instantly. W. II. Brown and James Thompson has been to Rockcastle Co. on a trading expedition. Mr. Richard Robinson sold 20 hogs to Col. B. F. Robinson for 3c. Will Elmore bought two steers from G. A. S.ler for 43 Rev. W. B. Ragan sold two cows and calves to Mr. Geo? King for $70. Corn is selling here at SI. 05 to $1.75 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 Baptist church and was much 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 Humphrey, 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 children. Mr. James Elmore and family, of Jellico, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Harriett Eoley. y. Southern Baptist Convention Nor1893 Tickets on folk, Va., May sale via the Queen & Crescent Route at the rate of one fare for rouud trip from all points on its line to Norfolk Va., oa account of the Southean Baptist Convention which meets at that point May lS9a Dates of sales, May 2nd to 6th, good to return 16 days after date of sale. The most attractive route to Norfolk is Via the Queen & Crescent Route. Womeng and Misses' Garments. Go to Mrs. M. D. Hughes' and see A torpid liver rob3 you of ambition e and ruins your health. De Witt's On Saturday evening the sad news E.irly Risers cleanse the liver, cure of the death of Mr. Sim Arnold was constipation and all stomach and liver, received here. He died at the home troubles. Stormrs' Drug Store, lm of his father, Mr. T. M. Arnold, near Collin-Xa- il Law. Marksbury, after three days of inThe following law, just passed by tense suffering; of congestion of the June brain, in the 2Uth year of his age. A the legislature, goes into eff.-cvery long procession of friends and 13th: "Bii it enacted by the General Asrelatives followed the remains to Lancaster cemetery on Monday, where sembly of the Commonwealth of Kenthey were laid to rest, appropriate and tucky: touching funeral services being con''First It shall b2 unlawful for any ducted by Elder James L. Allen. De- person to sell, barter or loan or piv. ceased was unmarried, a member of to make, fabricate or manufacture, to the Methodist church and a devoted have on his premices, in his possession son and brother. Being sccial, genial or under his control, a cigarette whethand he had a host of er made by hand or manufactured, friends and admirers. He was pos- whether it hi made of tobacco or othsessed of the highest and noblest traits er substance, whether it be covered of character, and his attachments with paper or other material, it shall were lasting. Connected with a large be unlawful for any person to give on and influential family, his acquaint- his premises, in his possession or unance was extende 1, and there are ma- der his control, any substance or many, besides his relations, who mourn terial out of which any part of such his departure, and sighs will be heard cigarette coull be made with the and tears shed, beyond the confines of knowledge or purpose that at any time his home. such substance or mitcrial might become a factor or in such cigarette." l.asket Supper and Entertainment. "Second Any person who shall vioAn entertainment, "Peak Sisters' late the law as set forth in the first and basket supper will be given at paragraph of this act, or shall evade it Beechwood school house, April 1st, for by a trick, artifice or method whatevthe purpose of buying a Dictionary. er, sh ill, upon conviction, be fined not Admission 10 cents. lesi than $10 nor more thin 8100, or Ordination Services at Baptist Church. imprisonment in the county jail for not less than five nor more than 50 Bra E. M. Walker will be ordained days, or both so fined and imprisoned 7:15 p. m. in deacon Thursday, 24th, at the discretion of the jury, and each The counsil will consist of ministers violation or evasion of law shall ba and deacons from some of the neigh- deemed a separate offense." boring churches an deacons of. our church. Every body is cordially invited to attend the services. How to Out. T. II. Campbell. t kind-hearte- Priceless Pain tors and manufacturers of "Mother's Friend." This successful remedy is not one of the many internal medicines advertised to do unreasonable things, but a scientifically prepared liniment especially effective in adding strength and elasticity to those parts of woman's organism which bear the severest strains of childbirth. The liniment may be used at any and all times during pregnancy up to the very hour of confinement. The earlier it is begun, and the longer used, the more perfect will be the result, but it has been used during the last month only with great benefit and success. It not only shortens labor and lessens the pain attending it, but greatly diminishes the danger to life o? both mother and child, and leaves the mother in a condition more favorable to speedy recovery. " Mother's Friend " is sold by druggists at $1.00, or sent by express on receipt of price. " If a price can be placed on pain, 'Mother's Friend' is worth its weight in gold as an alleviMy wife suffered more in ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously used four bottles of Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting to become a mother," saya a customer. Thus writes Henderson Dale, Druggist, of Carmi, 111., to the Bradfield Regulator Company, of Atlanta, Ga., the proprieator. Find Valuable book for women, "Before: Baby is Born," sent free on application. I THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga- -' the latest styles, and Wanamaker and Browns samples, for Womens' suits, waists, skirts, also Misses' Jackets and suits, at Philadelphia prices. Perfect fit guaranteed. I also have boys' suits in the latest style, at grer ily reduced prices. M. D. Hughes, Agent tailor-or-ma- Mrs. Harden left for the City Monday to select a hansome line of mill-i- n ary. Miss 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 Lexington Several guests attended Miss Marie Joseph's Doll wedding last Saturday afternoon. Jno M. Logan has returned from the cities with a nice line of spring and Summer goods. Call at my store and we will exFerguson has returned to plain how to his home in Covington after a brief sojourn on his Stock farm near this Get One of Boasters Free! city. The CoL is now at work upon another (song) which is expected to I now havevon hand be as well received as his others. the Best Garden Seeds in BulL Miss Virginia Knox the accomplished nurse who has been in attendance upon Miss Lula Batson during her illness LANGDON'S BREAD DAILY. and who deserves much of the credit v for her splendid recovery, has return- NICEST ed to her home in Danville. Mis Knox CANDIES made many warm friends while here THE CITY. who wish her muchsuc3ess in her chosen profession. A. & B. Boquet and Proctor Knott CoL Wm Morgan Denmark Morgan Denmark Is a bay stallion, 1G hands high. He Is splendidly bred, as a glance at his pedigree will show. He will make the present season of 189S at our stable, on the new pike, 5 miles from Danville, tee At $5.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Care takan to prevent accidents, bnt not responsible should any occur. Lien retained on colts for the season money, Mares traded before fact is ascertained makes season money dae. 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 by Transby. Morgan Denmark is one of the best bred saddle stallions In Kentucky .Has good mane and tall, and good, long, rangy neck Don't fail to see him. Will also stand OKB GOOD MULE JACK at $5.00 to Insure. BAUGHMAN BRO'S. 3 35 IN Thirty five years make a generation. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Arnold were is how long Adolph Fisher, of guests of Dr. E.iott and wife last Sat- That Zanesville, O., suffered from piles. He urday and Sunday. was cured by using three boxes of D -Messers Gibson Allen and Alford Witt't Witch Hazel Salver. Stormes lm $3ltoa of Cartersville were with frk ads Drug Store. -- Best in the market. We handle only the Best Goods and strive to please. Cigars. The Stanford branch of the Kentucky Central railroad has always been the object of ridicule and the but of jokes on account of the slow time made by the trains to and from Rich mond. We long ago ceased to be amused by the stories told on the Airtight and Great' Windy, but here is a new one which will excite your risibilities, and we credet it to the versatile Lancaster correspondent of the Stanford Interior-Journa"The accommodating 'disposition of the K. C. railway officials was manifested the other day, when an old lady, flagging the train at a 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 an 1 would soon lay the other, and she wanted him to wait a few moments. The condutor kindly consented, anl 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 has been said was the cause of Joe. Mulhattan leave this State. l: H. M. BALLOU, 6t. Danville, Ky. Fiill a bottle or common glass with urine and let it stand twenty-fo- u hours; a sediment or settling indicates an unhealthy condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen it is evidence of kidney trouble. Too frequent desire 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. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remedy fulfills every with in relieving pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild and extraordinary effect of Swamp-Rois soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists, price fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamplet both sent free by mail, upon receipt of three stamps to cover coat of postage on the bottle. Mention The Central Record and Bourbon Steam Laundry. send your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Miss Olivia Sweeney is agent for the Binghamton, X. Y. The proprietors of Bourbon Steam Laundry. Leave your this paper guarantee the genuinew , of (3) orders at Sweeney's store. tf this offer, two-ce- Howard Gould was elected to membership in the New York Stock exchange a few days ago. The privilege cost him about $21,000. It is not expected that he will become an active broker, but that he sought membership so he could buy and sell his own securities at brokers' rather than customers' commission. The outsider of one per cent, must pay 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. h 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 dimensions of this gigantic machine are: Weight, 212,750 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 22 inch locomotives, and can pull 7,700 tons on a level track. t, Tiierr is a tobacco store in the London, which has been conducted in the same building without change and by the same family, son succeeding father, since the reiga oi Charles II. About forty tons of letters pass daily through the general post office, Loo don. -- v X CMtrO0 XXrt4&i M&G&X4 S- - MARKSBURY. B. F. Walter, Dentist, A I FAM FOR SALE. at Bryants-yille, THE ? I will offer for sale In front of the Court Wednesday, March 30th. House door Iu Lancaster, Ky Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. C. A. MONDAY, STARCH ZS, 1898. 5.000 bushels corn wanted. I will '3 Robinson entertained a number of my farm on Dlx River, about 1 miles from pive one dollar and sixty cents per 5 friends from Lancaster, Danville and Joel Walkei bridge. Will sell 70 acres with barrel for 1,000 barrels of corn delivprivilege of adding ;t0 more if I so desire. Said Lowell. laud lies in one bouudury. well feuced and ered at the Pilgrimage Distillery duriilenty Iho heavy rains have caused one Jan. 28, ofwater. Easy lerma. "J8. JERRY P, BLAND. ing the months of March and April. BLOODY BATTLE BILLS. VETOING side of the vault in the cemetery at Jxo. AV. Miller, Mgr. lc HnHan County, In Which fhree Men 3 cycle naggagc Measure iin.1 Kesltlent the Fork to fall in, and it is thought Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and is based Were Killed and Tivo Injured. Agent Insurances Law U ven a iieain jb Hamilton bought of Jas Kourn that the entire structure is damaged the actual experience of successful life insurance companies, risi:viLi.K, Ky., laieh Si One of Illoir. S Shoats for 20,00. Frankfort, Ky., March 17. Gov. the bloodiest battles ever fought Farmers take notice. Don't give a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both, only-W- E As administrator of J. G. Aldridge, I will of- J. 1. 1'ainilton bought of Ym Smith the Kentucky mountains took place Bradley was hard at work all day any order for wire fence or fencing rcr for sale at his late residence near Marks pay while you LIVE. Sunday afternoon on Puckctt's creek, a cow for 20,00. bills, and he evidently had his machines until you see L. B. Hughes, bury, Ky.. ou in Harlan county, about 10 miles from fcto machine in fine working order, as who handles C. W. Anderson bougt of Chas the best on the market THEY pay when you DIE. THURSDAY, 3IARCn 31st, zSgS. place, in which three men were tie knocked out almost as many bills as this some calves at 17,oo each. killed and two injured. The killed are: ne approved. Among tlje first that he Call on or address L. B. Hughes, Marks- the folio wiug articles WE offer the INVESTMENT features. C V. Anderson bougt o E. M. Mar- Thad Snellings, Josiah Leroy and Wcs vetoed Wednesday afternoon was one bury, Garrard County Ky., or leave One brown gelding. 10 bunds high, 9 years THEY protect in case of DEATH. They were at a neigh that will bring sorrow to the hearts of orders with J. R Haselden Lancaster, old, 1 extra good bay mare, 4 years old, 1 brood row some So lb. shoats at 3cts and of Taylor. mare, 2 good milk cows, t calves, 1 sow and 5 when Kentucky. drinking, the (i.OOO bicyclists in Kentucky, it bebor's house Mrs. Kaufman some at same price. Witn tnem, deatn is tne moving factor, causing tne payment ot tne shoats, 1 cider mill, 1 buggy, two horse wugou. between Snellings ing the Tracey bill requiring railroads arcse j 11. V. Robinson bought of Wm nr uru nuarrel Died, at her home near here, March 1 harrow and other farming implements. , ... i policy; with us, a definite and fixed mathemalical rule, in lieu of death, to carry bicycles as baggage. The cts. ana Taylor, tne iormer ireiiui and others some fat shoats at : missing, 'laylor other bills vetoed Wednesday are as 19th, Mrs. Mary Bell Smith, nee Mur household and kitchen furniture, 1 wrought matures the policy. the first shot but good condition with reservoir. phy. She has been a great sufferer for iron range iu Col. Robinson shipped to Cincinnati then opened fire killing Snellings. follows: mention Providing that an appeal may be several months: Was married to J. H. Other articles too numerous to Will, Market this week a nice load of light Leroy had been at the stable, but hear reut Some corn, wheat, meat and lard. cts. inir the shooting, ruslietl to oncii' taken to the court of appeals in habus Smith, Oct 5th, 1S76. She leaves six tne farm on day of sale to the highest bidder l.nrr! fnr wliieh he naid and :i children, three boys and three girls, if not sold before. The farm qontains 43 acres, ings deicnse. rinuing mm ucau, e corpus casa. x-They figure on so many men out of a thousand dying we figure , firi, rth- . Anderson sold to II. B. C. Inquiring that police judges in sec was a good Christian and a devoted 7 acres in wheat, 2 in clover, 8 to go in corn, 2 m Tavlor. both shootins cottanice 1'ole Unna uoar lor 5,ou , . When the fracas m cities shall receive pay for mother. She was industrious, cheer- for oats, and the remainder in pasture, well on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. G W. Anderson has forsale two nice Uvas over both were found to be holding examining trials. There is no reason why a man should die to reap the ben- her neighbors say, "To know watered. Besolution providing pay for idiots ful, and i.,.iic r.rn. Tf,-,rr- , fn.l nno Ut.ritfhed on the cround dead. Two her was to love her." She had been a Good dwelling house and tobacco barn abd fit of his investment. men were wounaeu uy mruy uuuuia, during the time their committees alall n cessary out buildings. Accrue inquest period to member of the Fork church 15 years. We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and yet we lowed the The sale will begin at 9 o'clock. All sums recover. ,.,. will ncn an an .mai gets on us leeu it but .i,n:n ;c c.iii in i fho nut elapse. lhe funeral services were conducted under $10, cash. Over that amount on mouths assume an obligation less than one-thias great as has been assumed Amending Chapter 02. Article 4, Sec- at her home by her pastor, Rev. W. M. time wlih good note at 6 per cent interest, usuiually because the owner has corae Gf an 0n grudge which existed and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of Americd H. D. ALDRIDGE, too generous. Do not overfeed between the Snellings and the 'lay tion 12 of the general statutes, so that Kuykendall, after which her remains been Administrator. the sheriff may summon in your effort to fatten, rapidly. Haste lors. were interred in the Lancaster ceme !t for jury service when the panel is ex- tery. producing fatness destroys the ap NEGROES SOLD. hausted. petite and disturbs digestion, and na Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Only Mr. Sim Arnold, son of Mr. T. M. t llelating to revenue and taxation and i iinilara ana n ii.oimi.f R. KINNAIRO'S lure takes this method of giving the )uarteP nd Howard Two Dollars and a uniform system of valuation. Arnold, died March I9ih, after a short the sound and healthy, who least need it's advantages, can obtain organs needed rest Fifty Cents. To legalize elections in certain grad- vnd painful illness. His remains were life insurance. Why should there not be a means provided whereby Lincoln Iti:jis. Beazlev Bros, sold Glasgow. Ky., March 22. The sale ed common school districts. laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery, Wade and Kutus the ocht-- eighty (80) per cent, of the population can carry an invest Resolution providing that circuit The family have the sympathy of the family horse for M the e?roes',J.i to Samuel Dudderar a an immense crowd clerks need not pay back to the state Representing Over ment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our mis1L Crow S100. C. T. Bohon sold to It. entire community. in snito of the weath S5 fees collected in felony cases. pair ot young mules lor fci&u. Jonn sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or c, . , Deoutv sheriff Powell Bar Mrs. Dr. Burnett arrived from Illi Bill known as the "resident agents" Baugh sold to Allen, of the W est Lnd, in.v i the sale nromntlv at 1 bill, which requires all fins insurance nois last Sunday in time to attend the greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the adPowell & liar- - laVlock. a few heifers at 3 He announced that the sale policies written in this state to be funeral of her brother, Mr. Sim Ar In the following Fire Insurance vantage to be derived, and that those advantages may be enjoyed daring ncr Louirht of J. P. Corminev a bunch would be UDon a credit of threa written by a resident agent. nold. Mrs. W. G. Dunn and daughter, Companies life by the one making the investment. The irovornor vetoed house bill 470 of cattle at 4c. Lvon & months, and title given lor one year. onereu, anu, duer Wednesday be cause of a glaring inac Miss Georgia, returned home Monday,' Wr.,i Wmn-lif Howard, was urst nf v V. Htna of Hartford. many bids, was bought by W.T, curacy in the title of the bilL The from Paint Lick, where they had been ,1 t c SUCCESS. . "- -J'. When Wade title is "An act to repeal section 12, spenling several days. Mr. A. D, Queen of America. at '23.50. O. P. Huffman bought of llo article 1, chapter 4, general statutes, tllBf,,, Hughes and Mrs Katie Aldridge, left National of Hartfort. . Dr. u N. Bronaugli some butcher That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princi for. Lut his father refused to bid which is section 2,025 Kentucky stat Saturday, for Stanford, to visit their Phenix of Brooklyn. stun aUKcana o: . r. late some nn i,;.n nn,i v. V. Swartz. of Louis- - utes, entitled 'Guardian and Ward, aunt. Miss Sophia Hughes, who ples, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown C. Lynn sold to J. ville. became his owner for S 2.50. Both When looked up the boay of the bill quite ilL 3 hogs at J. Hartford of Hartford. by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. T. Crutchfield. of Madison, 14 heifers boys seemed well satisfied with the re- - proposes to repeal chapter 4S of the Manchester of England. Thousands of sufferers from grippe general opinion is that general statutes, instead of chapter 4 We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation. No at 810 and to G. T. Wood five heifers suit, but the Connecticut of Hartford. and steers at SIC. ne bought of Dr. . the price paid was too much. This is Chapter 4 relates to deaf and dumb have been restored to health by one statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. tnat negroes asj'lums, while section 2,025 of Ken Minute Cough Cure. It quickly cures the hrst time since r Mric Noith British and Merchantile. ,f en w t vnn tucky statutes relates to guardian ana coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia Allen sold to Mac Wheat 11 heifers at German American of New York. ward, so the inconsistency makes the grippe, asthma, and all throat and 3 and to Wright & Camden eight Liverpool and London and Globe. ed to thcBradshav estate and veto necessary. The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers, law cows at 3.30. W. W. White bought of orou;;ht good prices. Frankfort, Ky., March 18. The lung diseases. Stortnes, Drug Store. yers, merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of I also represent the old reliable governor closed business for St. PatCrift Smith 10 2 acres adjoining his business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of MT. HEBRON THE CROW SISTERS rick's day by vetoing the bill allowing property on the Hanging Fork for 90. New York Life our system. Kentucky insurance companies to inInterior Journal. Walked From Jail to Church Services, Es vest their surplus in other than Ken B. F. Walter, Dentist, at Buena Vis an Officer. corted ACTUAL RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CER Thc department of agriculture re- - v vri.Mii!iin TCVlly "Mmvli 21. An un- - tucky securities, and Mr. Hinton's bill ta, Thursday, March 31st ' ports that there is still in the hands of witnessed here Sunday relating to sales of real estate to satis TIFICATE HOLDERS. t The washing rains have done much He also signed the farmers the following amounts of last , ...hon Snnirp Fisher, accom- - fy incumbrances. Rev. J. V. Rilet, of Mortonsville, Ky., says: "I have had an investnientfc crops: Wheat, 121,000,000 bush panied by Sarah and Kate Crow, who bill changing the time of holding com damage to the plowed ground in this in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than thrC?e els; corn, 7S3.000.000 bushels and oats, are confined in the county jail here mon school trustee elections from June sictioa. years. 1 have had 23 coupons to mature by redemption, which cost me less The result for the day awaiting the action of the next grand to October. Gilbert Turner is hauling lumber to 272,000,000 bushels. than 500.00, and returned to me S1,4IC,00." resisting officers was: Bills signed, 2; bills vetoed, 9. erect sixteen new houses at Bourne. In raising a lamb from a bottle give jury on the charge of Frankfort, Ky., March 19. The Lexixgtos. Kr.. SjDtembcr 10. 1S07. shooting with intent tokill.walked TheGovernmenthas located the lock To whom it may concern. it about a pint of milk a day and feed and the Methodist church to attend governor did not have as much raw into every two or three hours if lamb is the services. The girls had petitioned material to work on Friday as he did on the lands of Mr. Isaac Montgomery it This is to White, about three years ago, in The Blue Grass Nurseries offer vested in thecertify, that my husband, W. F. Co. Since that time there have quite In the course of three the 'souire to be allowed to attend Thursday, so the number of his vetoes on the Garrard side, and Erastus BruSouthern Mutual Investment officer decreased Friday to four and his ap ner on the Jessamine side, getting 7 everything for Orchard, Garden been 20 coupons to mature, on which the Company has paid his estate or four weeks you can teach the lamb church, and the kind hearted C to drink from a bucket which is pre- - could not refuse them, himself acting nrovals to one. The Covin gton and acres from the former at S40 per acre an(J Jawn. No Agents. These coupons cost his estate less than S700,00 to mature them. I am pleased Newport members of the ljjislature and 30 from escort ferable to a bottle, the bottle being so as their the latter at something Strawberries and general nursery with the investment he made, and am still carrying 64 coupons in the Company will be greatly disappointed over Fri over forty dollars per acre. hard to keep Clean. round Unconscious and Dying:, Makv E. White. day's work, as he vetoed House Bills Catalogues on application to W altos, Ky., March 21. Mary E. 234 and 248. The first named was for ViPfn feed Mr. Edward Adams and Miss Mc IlnliUo mnsfc snJmnlt:. A Smith Browman, Mgr. C Hemphill, Agt., J. Steinhauser, wife of John Steinhauser, the benefit of incorporated districts or Q lery, were happily united in the nrofitably in cold weather. W. F. HILLENMEYER, of Morning View, Ky., started to No. ii Cheapside, Lancaster, other municipalities not heretofore bonds of matrimony at the home of Lexington, Ky would be better if horses could neighbor's house Saturday night, but assigned to any class of towns, and It Lexington, Ky. Kentucky weather, never reached there. Not returning was intended for the special benefit of the bride's father on the 16:h inst , Telephone, 279 drink little and often in cold . iiiompson omciaun. nev. vjt. we wpll ns in hnt dnv rtottino- wrv home, searching parties scoured the Milldale. in Kenton county. wibh them much success. but thirsty, .they take.. in so much at one community at daylight. Nothing At 'J The reason assigned for the veto was :. of her dress were found. Messrs. Joel Marsee and J. H. Tur lime as to cnecif tne process ot , diges- - nitios Sunday morning Mrs. Stein that it was contrary to section 59 of BLICKENSOERFER . ,, . . ... o clocd . the constitution, which provides for ner, are at Frankfort, at the bedside , anu cnui . found unconScioUS two local legislation, and that the statute of Mr. Noah "Marsee, who is very low uun.mauobmmff the whole system beside. mjleS from home, her arm broken and already provides a method for organizwith pneumonia. Foul It is well to harrow meadows and her clothes torn from her body. intense ing such districts. No. 24S is an act to W. D. Scott visited his son at Bur- BATTLE-SHI- P. provide for the creation and govern- gin, Saturday pastures, for it tears the roots and play is suspected, and there is and Sunday. Messrs. ment of suburban districts near sec tends to thicken the grass. It also excitement. For the launching of the Battle-shicities, and was especiall3T in tiouert anu uzra .Montgomery, were Police Judge Ousted. destroys moss which may grow on badfor Highlands, in Campbell visiting in this community the latter "Kentucky" at Newport News, Va Ky., March 21. A war tended Paintsville, jy drained or cold groua. it is some Friday from Justice county. It was vetoed for exactly the part of last week. Wm. Allen has re the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway will Built on strictly Scientific printimes as essential to harrow these fields rant was issuedarrest of L. D. Canard, same reason given for vetoing No. 234. turned to his home after a long visit make the following low round trip for the Hall ciples and of the highest grade maas it is to cultivate the corn. House bill 212, providing that no to his sons in Lexintrton. Mr. and rates from roints named: nolice iudjre of the town of Paintsville, Mrs. E. D. Lawson and Ernest terials. DURABLE, PORTABLE, $12.00 From Lexington Numerous experiments have been The warrant charced Canard with contract shall be made to pay a debt gomery, were in your town on Mont busi 12.00 drunkenness while in the discharge of in gold money, was vetoed, because it ness Saturday. Miss Edna : " Winchester INVINCIBLE. recorded to show that moisture is sav Scott is at concontrary to the United States duty. He sent in his resig 12.00 " Mt. Sterling home cd by cultivation. During hot, drj- his official the town board, who imine-- Js of 12.00 stitution and laws enacted as to cur- ness. from school on account the sick Paris nation to Miss iMaye Scott is on sick weather every foot of plowed land diately accepted it and proceeded to rency iu pursuance thereof. 12.75 Frankfort list Mrs. Bettie Montgomery was the should be kept well stirred on the sur fill the vaoancy by appointing 11 on. u, 12.25 He also vetoed house bill 296, to gnest 01 Mrs. Maggie Tracy, Saturday Simplicity in construction and not belonging to the Typewriter Trust Richmond 13.00 Lancaster face with any tool which will keep it 11. Vaughau, amend an act relating to fees, so that night. produce an honest product at an honest price. The Blickensderfer is 13.25 Stanford clerks, commissioners, receivers, exf rem baking. A fine surface will hold the only high grade machine at reasonable, cost. Guaranteed longest. Their Fears Are Groundless. aminers and sheriffs of Louisville Children like it, it and down water like a wet blanket. Portability, Interchangeable Type, Doing Frankfort, Ky., March 21. The offi- - shall report to the state auditor once a We mean One minutesavjs their lives, all correspondingly low rates" from Some features-Durabili- ty, Cough Cure, the other Central Kentucky points. A few head of cood animals, wheth- - cials of the Frankfort penitentiary year, instead of monthly, because it Perfect Align-men- t, away with Ribbon nuisance, Adjustable cr cattle, horses or hogs, are what have been badly frightened for the will operate to increase the salaries of infallible remedy for coughs colds Unexcelled Manifolding. Hotel over ne aiarmmg &ymp the officers mentioned. Therefore it is croup, bronchitis, grippe, and all produces the profit. Where a larce Past ew days The only Typewriter receiving Highest Award at World's Fair. Im number is reared by one breeder the touis of a convict recently sent up in conllict witn section 101 01 tne con throat and lung troubles. Stormes' Reduced rates have been made at proved since. Adopted by Western Union Telegraph Co. Drug Store. " lm personal attention given to each is the Newport News and at - stitution. the Hotels at been caren $FSEND FOR CATALOGUE AND TESTIMONIAZS.W The only bill he approved Friday Old Point Comfort, which is only a few very siigniest. J.ms is especially true . anA now the nhvsicians as the "osteopath miles distance anu connected by Hilec- HEAVY RAINS ox iiunu raising-BRO'S., Gen. wnere me training Brc positive the disease IS not small' was the one known bill," which provides that all phytric Car service. ana Handling are superficial, aside p0x. 913 F. St, N. W. 25 E. Fayette St. sicians or healers who wish to practice Canses an Unprecedented Rise in the Sala No other trip ever offered as many monla River. Capitalized at 93,000,000, Washington, Tk C irem the training lor speed. Baltimore, Md. their profession in this state shall first SOUL STORING EVENTS 22. Articles be examined and granted a license by Portland, Ind., March 23. The ter . Frankfort, Ky., March Brood sows should have larire roomy consolidating" the Great Southern Tel the state board of health. The presi rific rains of Monday night caused an as does this one. lots to exercise in and good houses to unprecedented rise in the Salamoma Telephone company ana People from Inland Kentucky have sleep in and not to many in a house. egraph und Telegraph and Telephone dent of the state board of health river and it is out of its banks, sub Cumberland the osteo ALL WOMEN the rare opportunity of witnessing Do not feed them to much corn, but company under the name of the Great agreed, however, to examine only in such branches as taught merging hundreds of acres of farming combined Aimy and Navy life at the FIBE anfl LIFEINSURAK C E Should know that tho give them more slop. Just before far Southern and Cumberland '.telegraph paths colleges, and this probably in- lana. mosthistoric spot in the United States. "Old Time" Bemedy, in their The river is raising rapidly every rowing time give them each a separate and Telephone company, with head- - fluenced the governor to sign the bill. SPKEIGFIELD hour. The north and west portions of THINK OF IT! house and lot, cut off the corn feed. quarters at Hopkinsville, Ky., were Yontser Gets S'.x Years. this city, because of insufficient sewer feed bran mash and a little oil meal, hied with the secretary 01 state juon- place of the Jamestown NEwroiiT. Kv.. March 22. For the age, are being nooaea anu uozens oi FIEE AND MAftlN E day. Capital stock 3,000,000. Note the results. wrecking of the First national bank, lots are under water. Large sections of settlers, the Pocohontas and CapL INSURANCE COMPANY. A Rain ot Sulphur. Thomas B. Votaw, North, Race and Arch streets John Smith incident, Cornwallis sur- of Newport, Mt. Vernon, Ky., March 23. A sul- - Youtsey was sentenced Monday by are running streams ana xueriaian rending his British forces, the battle and Merrimac, and CUBAN OIL caret phur rain fell early Monday moaning, Judire Taft's court in Covinirton to street, in almost the heart of the town, of the Monitorsame class, the launch EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO HII last, but in the I IWniVI Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Bheo and the cround was found to be cov serve six years in the Ohio penitentiary is a raging current. OP NEW YORK. ing of the matism and Sores. Price, 25 cente ered with stuff that not only resem and pay the costs of prosecution. Yout Tho water is expected to come much bled the element, but burned and gave sey s conviction was upon 25 counts, higher, but has already done great Host Powerful Battle Ship Robinson & Hamilton Agts out the fumes. The phenomenon is re- - charging embezzlement, ana Juage damace. ported from several parts of the coun- - Taf t found there hati been 10 distinct Markt Rporu Office over Post Office. of our Navy, and it will be called Totor, frm the Timaa n( tv. and the superstitious of uockcastie violations of the United States bank' : 'Kentqcky" Think of it! :: Keniuckt. Lancaster, You Are Going North, sure narmnger 01 inc laws. A motion for a new trial county consider it a Wednesday aiternoon : ,As soon as the date of Launching is WHEAT No. 2 red and iongberry 9Cc; war. was overruled. Isthn nest fnr Vtmiie Treaties. Correct an No 5 red and Iongberry 94c; rejected 28c You Are Going South, settled on, it will be given wide pub Tolleate Guards Granted. Irregularities In Kema!e Organs. Should to Walter Golns Pardoned. licity in the papers. I less; on levee lc less. taken for Cfeup ! Lite and before CI 11 Owinosville. Kv.. March 21. Dr. H Ky., March 19. Gov. Frankfort, PUaters "Ota Tim' RaaaJhrn have Stood the CORN No. 2 whiteS2c;No.2 nixed 30J4c tt T.wi nrosicfont of the Salt Lick Bradley pardoned Walter Goins, one of MATTE YOUR PLANS. You Are Going East, test for twenty years. 4 50 4 C5 CATTLE Extra shipping made application to Judee the Franklin county election raiders. f,, Throuo-- sleeners will run from Lex- Mad3 only by New Spencer Medidae On., 4 35 4 Light shipping - Mni 4nr tw Owinrs- - Goins was charged with being acces uuibuga, iku 4 3o4C5 Best Butchers rou Are Going West; ml detail information write ro call f ville and Salt Lick turnpike. This is sory to the murder of Deputy Sheriff Fair to good batchers 3 75 4 25 the pike on which the tollhouse was DeaRins, but the proof was that Duak I have purchased the For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster on any agent, or S 50 3 85 Common to medium batchers FURCHMC TICKETS VIA THC dynamited a few nights since. Judge ins was killed by Frank Egbert, who Thin, rough steers, poor cows and Walker stable and am GEORGE W. BARNEY, D. P. A., uriner was in turn killed by the posse. 1 25 2 25 Ramsey granted the iruaras. scalawags Market Quotation. prepared to furnish the LEXINGTON, KY. 3 90 trouble is feared. Good to extra oxen 3 50 Blaze at Junction City. Corrected weekly by II. B. North-cot- t. Common to medium oxen 2 50 3 5t Nine Casta of Smallpox. Danville, Ky., March 19. W. S. 4 00 Feeders 4 C5 Ky., March 2L Assignees Notice. Niciiolabvili.e, Etockerg i 00 4 75 There are nine' cases of smallpox re Tuttle's drug store at Junction City Eggs 6to6c. burned at 1 o'clock Friday morning. Balls 2E0g 3 5 to 5$c Chickens Notice is hereby given that as assignee of F. ported altogether at Richmond and The building was owned by Jasper & on the shortest notice. Veal calrcs 62 5 75 L. Bnrdett assigned, I will sit tv jceccive fidsj Nicholasville. The beard of health Surber. Insurance 82,500 on stock, LOUISVtLLC NABHVIUC R. It. MILCH 35 0045CO Special attention given 1 Hens claims against the estate of said Bnrdett at will take steps at once to quarantine. 81,200 on building. 3 to 3$e Yonng Roosters Fair to good 15 0025 a office of Lewis L.Walker ip Lancaster, the law QTfM I mini nuu uiuurv CABM AMD MfYTTQ iiuii-v- ji 5TATE ODDS AND ENDS. Mbern Mutual Imstiiii Co OP LEXINGTON, KY. OUR FTaJJX. PUBLIC SALE. 15ur-dc- tt 1 i 1! 4 INSURANCE IS A LAW OP AVERAGE. i ond-cla- iio I five-ye- G rd OUR MISSION. I i Tii-r- lloar?r? Insurance Agency 357,000,000 r 1.200-noun- d uk. five-ce- .,. I. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE Others Make Money. Why Not You? Insurance COMPANY. SPING 1898. I Trees, Plants, Vines S1,C-1,9- ... . iJIIClllI of ft p TYPEWRITER ond-cla- - PRICE, $35.00. Line-Spacer, Reduced Rates. L , MOORE Agts. I r I T.i.-an:ii- o I If 111 1 If CO NEW li very. l. Very Best Rigs Commercial Travelers. COWS-Cho- ice Choice packing and batch ers, 225 to 300 lbs Fair to good packing, 180 to 200 lbs.. Good to extra light, ICO to 180 lbs.... Fat shoats, 120 to 150 lbs rat shoats, loo to 120 lbs Pigs CO to 901bs Roughs 150 to 400 lbs 8HEEP and LAMBS Good to ex tra shipping sheep Fair to good Common to medium Backs Skips and scUawaes, per head Extra shipping lambs Best batcher lambs Fair to eood butcher Iambs Tall ends HOGS 3 92 3 85 3 75 3 C5 3 95 3 85 Louisville, Ky., March Clamar, a Spiritualist, toll Fleming, of 1724 Foretold Her Death. Floyd street, this city, 2L Mrs. Mrs. J. H. Large Tobacea Acreage. AN SKCUAB 375 320 2 75 375j Thursday afternoon that her mother, 350 Mrs. S. A. Van Arsdale. was eoinir to 3 10 30) 3 50 3 00 325 3 75 3 25 250 30o 1 00 5 00 4 75 4 25 200 275 50 4 75 4 25 8 7SC4 250 300 die Friday evening. The latter was then in good health, and Mrs. Fleming, of course, did not believe the medium. However, when jshe arrived home sne found that her mother had been taken Mrs. Van with a serious illness. Arsdale died Friday evening, as pre dicted. Gbeateb New York, has. 1.10C and over churches within its 18O000 dwelling houses. li-i- its, Ky., March 19. The outlook for the largest acreage of to bacco ever planted in this section is manifest by the increased number of tobacco beds being sown, there being more already sown in this section than was ever sown in one season. Combination Cattle Sale. Elizabethtown, 'Ky. , March 19. Tho farmers of this c"ounty have arranged high-grad- Valley View, The Maximum of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. All persons having claims against said estate will present tnem at tnai time property proven. This March 16th 1898.. A. J). HUGHES. Atsignee. march 18 4t. Ky , .on 25th day of April 1898. RICE BENGE. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. f Old Roosters Turkeys Old Gobblers Dncks Geese 2c KNIGHTS OF PYTHtA$ for a combination sale of cattle to be held at Senora March SO. There will e cattle, of' be for sale 1,000 fered to the highest bidders. Kates, Time and all other information will be cheerfully famUhed by C. P. ATMORC, . 9, A.. Or by Ixntvou.Bfc Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday nieht in Odd Fellows hall. All vis iting Knights are fraternally invi G. B. SWINEBROAD, U. U. ted. J. E. Robinson, K. R. & S. All parties having claims against the assigned estate ofW. A.Todd will present the same to rae At Wallaceton, Kv., or my attorney, Wm. McC. Johnson, at Lancaster, Ky- - on or before May 1st, 1888. This Feb. JBrd, 1898. GEO. A. BALLARD, ii Assignee W.A.Todd. $3.60 to $4.00 C to To Hides, Green 10c Butter 23 to 30c Feathers, fine white geese 35 to 27c gray " " " 88 to 24c Duck feathers .'.....15 to Me per haadred. Bags 8 to 15 Iron Bones , Calves, veal tteta to 7e 5 to 5 to5J4 per doz. 6 5c to9i