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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 4, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898110401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 4, 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. r jfjfe. FOU3f 7X. ' PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM, Cor. Public Square and Danville Avenue, fJTh Entered at the Pott Office in Laneamer, Kv.; a Heeond Clast Matter. - - "''- - - . NVMBER 30 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, L n L898. I TEEMS OF SU BSCRIPTIOK HjDO v Year in Advance. 'r The largest and most conmlete Pw,vw line o " I - nn n .......... ..... r I U ir jui 1110 uuuuvoie t n. vnn,li U. -i I i Vntp fnr tho linnd?. ib-- Cooking and f IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Vote for tbe bonds. Vote for the bonds. n-- 4 f Heating StovEB ever brought to Lancaster includwell-selecte- d Bear, Fur and Plush Robes A Un-Heard-- Fresh barrel sorghum at G.S. Gaines. v& Beautiful line Cut Glass at Morrow McRobertsb Su.t3 for S3.5D. J. C. Ilemp Peaches.Grapes. Tears and Fancy hill apples at G. S. Gai eggs. II. B. Will fcr fresh Air-tight Notice. X rthc I y ju call for P.jtts F.our at the Call and see a beautiful tins oT Ruj leading grocers, and they haven't got Our prices can't be dupliated. at J. A. Beaz'ev & Co. it, or ler direct from H. C Potts.Back-eye- , Ky. Wagon in town d.iily. Also an elegant assortment of Nice line Sterling Silver Spoonsiust received by Morrow & McUobertsAn-I have djc.did to locate in Lanc.s-te- r The lest two horse wagon on the and will m ve here, with my fao. market at G. S. UainesV-ly, about December 1st, to pract'es my ;at W. Buksett, M. D. The hotel and Opera House scheme profession. looks like a winner this time. ing a handsome and line of A Heaters. 4 10-- 2 -- Prices. L J. oct-21-- tf R. Haselden, Stanford. HARDWARE Col. W. G.Welch. JELCH & Attorneys at Lancaster All business attended to promptly The teachers' registers and now school laws have been received by Several fine old palms for sale cheap MissElisa Lusk, and are ready ;or distribution. Apply to Dr. W .M. Grant XV. I. Williams Notice. Large line of Dinner Sjts and ChamLancaster. ber .Sets, just reeeiv-'G S. Gaines.V I will prosecute' to the full oxlent law, without dUtinctiont6 parties, Fre-Oysters received daily. Serve and iih peraon caughtYtishing WILLIAMS and so.d. O. F. illett, Lancaster a. y lake on the distillery pr&ioises. in the Hotel. .IN'O. W. MiM.tH, Mgr. oct-- 7 Vote and go home. It's the loafers Teacher' Convention. about the poils who always get up Law, i ition of the Paint The teachers trouble. Lick ditr;ct, wll convene at Woud-yiesciixti nous,-- , near . 'urtersvil e, Ky. All the latest .Novelties in 00,'ens for mrn's wear now in, t'.me and '(.e N v. 5lH. All are cordially mviUdto JC. Hemphijl.attend. them. If you voted for free turnpikes you should vote for the bonds. n-- 4 To Teachers. STORE. . - - BEAZLEY&BAUBHHAH. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Lancas' er, Ky. &c. Good Ailvlce. Remeim.er, the post oflice is open Vote for the turnpike bonds as the rom S to 9 a. m. Sundays. Mail is albest method ot getting out of a hole, so sent out fcnnday night. whether you helped to get the county Jfotice. into that hole or not. Richmond Pan- Taxes p 1st due. Pay be ore the tagraph. penalty joes on. The Advocate's Idea. J. It. Sanders, is. G. C. You will buy thj turnpikes every six Lot Sold. year.s i. you do not carry the bond isT. W. Reid has sold to 11 M. liallou sue. If you do carry the bond issue, in which to pay the lot adjoining the orraer's resi- you will have 3'3 for ttiem D.mville Advocate. dence for $4):. Short hat To the Ioint. Fine Jersey Cow For Sale. Gjv. Bradley's Thanksgiving prv,- Three years aid, giving plenty milk Fine bntter cow. Call at E W. Har- clamation, in full, is as follow; tf "Thursday, tlie2ithday of November, ris' shop. next, is hereby set apirt as a day ol Moxky '1 o Lo.vx On real estate at 5 thanksgiving and prayer" per cent; aJdress V. S. Lowwill AtThe remains of Mrs. Dr. J. S. Pierce torney, Danville Ky. were brought from Los Angeles, Cal., 810.00.. and interred in the Lancaster Cemeti Dont fail to see- my 'Jailor-Mad- e ry yesterday. She and her husband, Suit for Ten Dollars. It is resided in Lancaster for many years, c to older citizens and a perfect lit is guaranteed. and were of the town. J ' ll.'inuhilL 1 weli-kuow- n -- SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. 1 COM E aiifl -- OUE- SEE ALL WOOL SUITS AT $5 o S3 PQ Better ones at $7.50. All the novelties , of the season in suits at $10, $12 and $15. $8-50- .0 o Best line of $7.50 Overcoats in the market. See our Top Coats at $8.50 O Also New YorkBpx Coat at $12. A Beautiful Line of Boys and Childrens Clnthing Buell Bootees. If you want comfort try a pair. Men's High-toShoes to $3.50, made by from $2. the "best eastern factories. p o to All the latest style Toes and Lasts in Ladies Fine Footwear. The latest patterns in Neckwear. Come and see what we have in Gents' Underwear at $1. a suit. t 1 a. Co d A new line $1. -- Stiff Hats just hat in Central Ky., for Some "beautiful things in of- v opened.-BestAlpin- Gentlemeni' Umbrellas. orfler-fo- Giveisyojr r a ucCTailor - ialeSiit LOG AN k Lancaster, ROBINSON Kentucky. What Km. AVulton Ti'liika. Lewis, the ignt.iiug Contra tyou B. voting for the bond in town onee more. Ho begun the co'.ored Odd Fellow's Hall this will reduce present taxation and let those wh come after us be r some ui we lc the burdens that this generation h3S One of the' Finest. borne in building and buying pikes. Joe Petty has pu chased Lincoln county has paid fully hatf ami PoUeemau handsome blue uniform with silver in many eases ne.my an lor buuuing uttons. Chief of 1'olice WalKer lias he pikes constructed in the last score rlered a suit and the twowill make or so of years. Stanford Journal. " as handsome, as well as etlicient Croakir.s to the Front. as eve.- - wielded a club The talk o. bui d.ng an opera house To go lo Lexington, and hotel will now furnish a subject e 'lake the regulartrain leuving here to be run down by the nu , 11.25 a. m. and .go to Junction City, r orator. These isance and made with ellows sit at least eighteen hours out here a good connection is the Queen & Crescent, putting you in of the twenty-fou- r and orate on things Lexington about 2:30 ir. the afternoon. they know nothing about. If the law only required the town marshal to Stable HuildliiR Sold. make every loafer go to work, much Rice Benge sold his livery stable sometimes trouble adjoining McRoberts' drug idle gasing and uilding would be avoide I. 20 head of store, to Jim Hamilton for fine mules, Vo Trouhlc Now. 'lhe building is now occupied by W. II. Lackey, who will conClaa Hamilton went on duty as tinue to run the business. night man at the depot Monday. You d to l.e given away will have no trouble now in buying "We are now receiving another big shipment of lhe your tickets, having baggage checked J. B. Jennings is on exhibition Kettinjr your trunl;s rut off and W. J. Romans' carriage- shop. Ex- - or placed in the depot until morning. Mr muse it anu men come in ami taice a have a cotufor lliimiltou will nov-ce on it,. b.e fire in the waiting room, anu (eep out the usual crowd pf loungers A representative 01 tne largest dia mond imporiing house will be at my and loafers who hang a'beut such store Nov. 11th, with full line of dia places. mond goods. Call on this day and Vote for the bonds. make selections for Christmas pres-'i hompson, the Jeweler; nts. Sick of It. T.ob Henry, loim-rlo tliit, ollie , Knows What it is lalUlnp About. you who went weal locentiy to grow u; By voting or tat' Lo.-iinwith the country, found the will reduce your taxes. It will be eas- Our Mr. Logan has returned from the markets, an. I Woolly' wa.- not what it wa tux-p- a er to have twenU for tne cracived up to be. He had not been spent several days where he picking up some Great ears lti wnicn to pay ior me piKes here long before he would fain have than th e yjars. So vote for the bond eaten the crumbs which fell from un- Bargains. issue. lliciimond Register., cle Solon's table, and said he would re A Noble Act. turn unto the parental roof. He arCorporal II. D. White tells The Rec- - rive dyesterday and Mr. Henry, Sr., i& We were fortunate securing another nice line of oud that the profits coming to Co. L. looking around for a good, cheap veal from the regimental canteen, about to slaughter. 9U,will be used in purchasing grave The Southern 3Iutuul. tones for the members of the comp- This Investment Compmy has won who died in the se vice. the good wiiloftha most prominent Vote for the bonds. nusiness men all over the state and it- Come early and let us fit you out rowing to an enor.nous extent. Par Judge M. D. Hughes has been doing ties are putting in all the surplus cash Before they are picked over and sizes broken. oble work in the interest of the .hey have and are deliglned with the Every bonds. man results. Ask J. C. Hemphill to explain liould hustle lor them by calling at the plan and you will soon see the ad tention to them and explaining to vantages and many good points. Tht 5ri those who do not understand the mat- hest.ajidjnost prqmiaentjhusiness.men in Lexington are at the he id of it Henry Whiter who got the plac3 o No More Union Meetings. asrou master fn the Second Missouri. Int'rest in the union meetings grad .d a Rkcohd representative h woulo 'lect ami take with him about fifteen ual. y meited away until last Sunday ghteacn pulpit nad its man lumbei" e .birs of the Second KeutiiCiv away .iae who gi from here are Ji Itij is to beto ah ait a hand ul of people. that these nieet:;ni!. and John Tritcnett. igs were not 'continued, as they iy tli2 debt, as is easy to be seen. We rougiitthe people closer together and Vote for the binds. Public Sule. believe every citizen who h is any sur s lowed to the outside world that they G. A. Swino'uroad will on N v. lots. The llavauu Limited. plus money (m. I d e- not want .he lieved in orethren dwelling togeth-i11 at auction, on his far.n near Huo- The first A ner.can Railway to an- th in return for every cent inves unity. Any person who think ble on old Danville an Lancistei ounce traias-rvci ir me eapeui.u d) will take stock in the building and all the household and kitchen that only the members of his church jnefit of trayel to the West Indies has be glad of so good an investment Y e furniture, fur.ning iinpliments, 15' will get to heavej, hasn't enough gen- been heard from. lhe yueen v: ures- - ndeatand the plan is to erect the lockers and feeders, miles, horses, uine religion in his hide to tret a eent Route are announcing a fast train building on the Miller lot This spirdianghai chicken through the pearly 413 barrels of corn, and other things & Havana Lim- - it of i rjgress makes glad the hearts of nown as the ates. too numerous to mention. ted." It wi'l go into serv ca from Ui - those who want to see the town pros Vote for the binds "nrati to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, per and have an idea of things other Try It. Mobile and New Orleans. This expo than their own selfish selves. By next A war tax should be placed upon fel Officer Still In. nent of the genuine American idea issue of Tub Recokd all the stock w'.ll lows who lounge abjat public offices Most of the officars have not yetbeen etting into the field early will be a have been made up and we will pubnd stores. Make the tax pretty steep mustered out and probably will not be and require the loafer tj have a stamp for several weeks. Their muster out complete vestibuled service, with din lish it to show who are the ones who vestibules, want to build up the town. about eighteen inches square pasted papers have to undergo a good deal cf ers, observation cars, wi le electric headlights and all the para- on the most appropriate place on hi; red tape manipulation Tough Called Down.? before they get ohernalia of the modern railroad train We believo that rather than their discharges body. Everybody who travels on the Queen from Uncle Sam. As It is chiefly to be marked as the first pay anything such follows would go ach officer at various times has been Crescent's excellent "lllue Grasi in the fiild for the new territory which to work. custodian of government property, he is just coming under the protection of Special" knows and likes Ben McGraw, " must get a quietus from six separate the greatest flag on earth. Train will the clever and accommodating conducExtra Dollar from Danville. One of our Danville friends sent Thk departments, to show that he owes th make st time to Ports named and tor. We saw this clearly demonstra- d Saturday night while coming down Records collector a dollar bill Tues royernm3nt nothing. Consequently, ill connect with fine steamer service day and ailed to say fron whom it the officers of the Second will remain various Ports in Cuba, Porto Rico rom Lexington to Danville with him. m for sometime, straightening up and Jamaica. It marks a new era in A. number of soldiers were on the train, came. As there are sevaral subejribers and, as usuil, there were several who over there who owe the same amount, their accounts with the government railroading in this country. were anxious to attract attention. the service the sender of the dollar will please Some of them may The Second Out. by securing positions in the regular One Smart Alex, who had probably. hold up his right hand. army. The Second Kentucky was formally tad a small beer or glass of sweet Every newspaper published in coun pretended to be very drunltHe ask- nustered out of service at Lexing McDonald Welslger. ties thtit voted for free pikes is urging ton Saturday and Johnnie has laid hi VIcGraw to allow him to stop over at Dr. r. McDonal', o' Danville, and .run aside and come marching home Nicholasville on a straight t c'.cet to the people to vole for the bonds. Its tne oniy tning ie:t to ao ana the peo .Mrs. Mary K. Weisijer, of this c'.ty, he boys are greatly disappointed at function City, which of course the The tough ple' who are taking no interest in the were married at the residence of the not getting to the front, and feel that conductor had to refuse matter should remember that their bride's parents, 'Sqaire and Mrs. W. they were given the hot end of every then became very abusive, but Mc- nterests are involved and very much H. Kinuair.I, on Danville street, at ten thing The treatment they receiveo Jraw went into the other oach, pay- clock, Tuesday morning. The cere ,ac oimnlv nntraereons. It Was the ng no heed. The tough made use of so. LiOok into the matter. S " nony, was performed by Rev. W. O. best regiment in Kentucky, as everj very vile epithet then, and bfc- laaaMedal for Capt. Dnncau, Goodloe. The couple left at once for oerson familiar with the casa will ad .han "a second at least a half. After the Lancaster company hud Louisville, where they took a steam mit, but the powers-that-b- e had it in assengers were on their feet and .the been mustered out at Lexington, Satur boat for St Louis. They will go from for them and they were given a cou ough given to understand that aach day, the Madison county members there to Chicago and fake an extended jotato on every hand. We are in po alk did not go. McGraw did not states. The rtion to know Coir Gaither's ability as- enow of the latter occurrence, but it presented Capt Sam Duncan with trip through the northern handsome medal as a token of their bride is a iady of r. finement and cul nnd know him to be thor joes to show how his friend will stick p 'or him. lhe conductors, ou aiL high regard for him. We heard one of ture, and has many friends in Central oughly competent in every way tt oads &re given great trouble lately them say "That man is the 'best officer Kentucky. Dr. McDonald is a leading ommand troops. But to get anythin y drunken soldiers anil they mus I ever saw, and we all have learned to minister in the Presbyterian church. m 4he recent war, one had to have s lave wonder.ul control ofw;tholr ten love him. He has a warm spot in our nd at this lime holds the position o 'pull" the same as if he were apply- - er to not pitch some of the toughs ut the car window. oiienl Minister He is a man ol ng for a government job. If Unci hearts.," We' also' heard members of other companies say Sam was the best much ability and a good speaker. Sam should need more troops and wt captain in the regiment believe he will the old fellow will The Royal is the highest grade baking . More Fnvors from Mr. Hood. fcmvn Axtrdl tests sknw it fles loubtless have some trouble in getting The people of Lancaster should take patriotic men to scramble over one an third farther tfcsa ay ether bras J, .Flourishing. The graded "School is in the most off their hats to Sup't Hood. He has other to sign the enlistment blanks. prosperous condition since its estab certainly worked to help us all along Hotel and Opera House. lishment 'J here are now 250 pupils and is continuing to do so. His latest enrolled and everything moving along move is to have the afternoon train A plan has at last been put on foot d to arrlvj an nicely.) Ttiis is the best institution .rom Stanford whereby a fine hotel and opera hou-- e the town ever had.' It is run in the hour earlier, thus giving the peopl :an. and weJbelieve will, be erected in the uaners and mail at 3:15. The Lancaster. One of our most public interest or the people and is free from change is a much' needed one, as the. "bossitfg" of any church or certain spirited citizins has secured drawing w6r' set of men. - The taxpayers and pa man can get hismail in time to is model of con to go out on jf a building which a is trons have a standing invitation to it up and write his letters three sto and beauty. It L. & N, is cer- - venlence visit the school at any time. We can the night trains. The res high, of brick and stone and car by Lan not unnersiana - wny any peraou cu tiinly doing the proud thing oe built for 815,000, which sum include try to break down bo noble an insti- caster now. Peoplj who want to bring the price of lot The gentleman't We certainly have no citizens little'Sxl suits against the road over tf h plan is to raise the money by subscrip tution. who w o ild want to break up an .ial matte: 8 which the company wlllal tion of $1,000 a share. He only weat institution like this school for the ways settle at anything lika a reason - o work Monday and already has sev measly purpose of saving a few cents able figure, should quit annoying tht- ;n. thousand dollars subscribed. The , railroad people now. tax.' rent derived from the hoieL opera aouse and two store rooms will soon Vote for the bonds. . Vote for the bonds. ; nov-4-lt "cop-uersstore-stovstreet-corne- More New Goods Coming, I5uck-:.oar- 4 anus Dry Bonds, Ladies' Elrmks just in Boots, Shags &c. iue v A in Ladies' Jackets and Capes. in public-spirite- d - The LOGAN e - n 1 ci-l- er - - te'i. " cha-ge- POWDER 5". 4 y: V CAMP HAMILTON. i 'V She Svmta Mr. Jones eea fcy a Portr. aya the Lou- - j u u by Iu..tIltator, c;Bner M isTiue commercial: Will Be Given Sexton Col. I'm a mixture on 'polities,"., he s: d ;every Cbance to Malt Bis Charges. in response to a request for his" opinion Lexixgtcw, Ky., Nov. L At 5 o'clock on the political situation. "I gave up LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. the pirties long1 ago and tied to princi Monday morning Gen. Dodge, Col. SexploB. I don't ask what party is in or ton and Dr. Conner, of the war Investiwill they do gating commission, arrived here in l.lO will get in. I as".: What , ( Okk Yr ak. in i.nvxKCK .ou when they get in? I don't support me their private car over the Cincinnati Six Months ... . 25 but measures. 1 don't expf-c" ITekex " anything Southern from Chickamauga. They of either party. Tney're both in tne will, investigate the management of Hamilton and will also take from 1898. grip of the rum crowd party snout to . Camp from olaceesnerewno are testiFRIDAY, November, 4, taiL The Democratic indorsed mony lamuiar the liquor men in their platform. The with the management of Camp Thorn- Republican party didn't, but any le - as. Col. Leonard, 12th New York, who Vote for Turnpike Bonds. der will tell you, if you are a liquor was outspoken to Gen. Alger when he We desire to have the voters of this man. that the party won't do anything visited Camp Hamilton last month, will county reason together on the turn to injure you. Taie McKinley and be allowed an opportunity to swear to pike question, Discard all prejud c?s Bryan, They're both good mon Chris- the charges he then made, or to what and predilections in reference to the tian men the cleanest men that ever ever statement he cares to make now. original question of free turnpikes, contended for the presidency. One is The Edibles Were Poisoned. add consider the condition of affairs a praying deacon in the Methodist, the Paducah, Ky., Nov. 1. An attempt de other a praying elder in the Presbyte which will inevitably follow the was made Sunday to poison the family feat of the bond issue. Mob violence rian church. One was running on the nf II n Pounloc on Tllinnis fVTlf f!ll and an endless debt, for the payment gold buggery and the other on silver. riTifliiff np Thp flnnr nnrl. lard and of guards, will be inflected upon the some cooked edibles were poisoned people. It has been demonstrated that sty anything about the rum traffic, with arsenic, and analysis Monday the cost of guards at the gates would though both knew that .our liquor bill verified the suspicion. The condition be far in excess of the amount requir for a year is more than all the gold of the Hour led to detection of arsenic. ed to purchase, keep in repair and and silver in the country. Yes, they're A prowler who had been shot at by Mr. maintain the roads of the county. both god men, Christian men, but Peeples is suspected, but there is no Qhis being admitted, it is to the inter-s- t they're both tied to their parties and clew. of the to vote for the couldn't say what they knew they v. up mre Unconfirmed. liennlnc's bonds, and to the interest of every vo ought to say." Louisville, Ky., Oct. 29. The reto vote likewise, in order to secure ter TnK American Peace Commissioners ported capture in London by Scotland for themselves and their descendants G. Henning, of that peace and quiet so desirable in Monday presented to the Spanish com- Yard detectives the Charles Louisville, Bank of of every community, and the proper main- missioners at Paris a formal statement untenance of good roads, which are Dee of the purpose of the United States to who absconded with $8,200, is stilj essary to properly conduct business take possession of the entire Phillip-pin- e confirmed. Chief Hager wired Secregroup. The United States will tary of State Hay for information, and transactions between the citizens of civilized communities. Good roads are not assume the Paiilippine debt of $4'?, the reply was that he was not? surjf necessary in the delivery of farm pro 003,030, but will be responsible for such Henning was arrested; that the Londucts, attending courts and places of part of it as represents "pacific expen- don authorities had inquired whether worship, as well as in every kind of ditures" for permanent bettermets. extradition of Henning was desired. Female Burglar In Louisville. commerce or trade which is conducted This Government will not assume any debt contracte in support of millitary by the people. Louisvillk, Ky., Oct. 29. A female It has been a?""-inthat the 25 operations against the Phillippine in- - burglar is at work in Louisville. i'he joint session an journed cording to the police she carries il cents, which was levied on each S10J Friday in order to give the Span- - j eton keys, burglars' tools and all the is insufficient ,u -- y for the roads, house-the- ir which have been purchased, in seven ish commissioners time to prepare appliances of the says breaker. She was surprised by Mrs. reply. The Courier-Journyears, and keep them in repair; the amount, for repairs, only being suffi wnile Spain will hold out as long as i Solomons in the act of rifling her cient to appropriate six rods of met possible in order to secure the utmost house at 1015 West Market street al to the mile, and every one knows tnat this country can be induced to pay. There was a short struggle, but the that this means poor roads. Beside, ior mti raiuippm, h is not oeuevea woman succeeded in getting away this tax will still be collected, if the at Washington that resistance to the with some booty. bonds are defeated. With this state demands of the United States will be Appointed a Delegate. of affairs.it appears to be wise and carried to the point of breaking off neFrankfort, Ky., Oct 28. The govgotiations a step that would only reeconomical to vote the bonds and have ernor commissioned R. Monarch, of good roads, which can not be had at sult in Spain's loss of the Philippines Owensboro, as a delegate to the Nawithout any compensation whatever. present. tional Food and Drug congress, It goes without saying that the vo While no further communications on which Pure in Washington city on meets ters, iniose Mictions of the county the subject have been exchanged, it is January 18, 1899. Kentucky is entitled where roads are free, will vote for the believed at Havana that the sovereign to ten delegates the congress, the bonds, and it would be to the best in ty of Cuba will bs assumed by the object of which isin promote to the pasterest of those, who live in sections United States January 1, though eva- sage of pure food laws. The other where toll is collected, to do likewise. cuation by the Spaniards will not be delegates from this state have already Under the present conditions, the last completed by that time. The Spanbeen appointed. named class are paying tax to main- iards, it is said, will accept this posiPrivate Shot by a Provost Guard. tain roads in other sections, and, at tion under protest Lexington, Ky., Nov. 1. Private the same time, they are paying tolL Slatt, Company I, 2d Missouri, was shot This is a manifest injustice a burden, Additional Losal. in the leg by Provost Guard Chilcoat a hardship which can only be avoided by voting the bonds, and enabling the Monday night. Chilcoat was patrolVote for the bonds. Fiscal Court to purchase and free the ling the tenderloin district and was Be Cautious. roads in their sections This is the on attacked with stones by Slatt and In order to have your vote counted three companions, whom he tried to ly solution of the problem, and the only just and equitable escape from for turnpike bonds, put the stencil in arrest In he fired on the objectionable surroundings. This the square, opposite the word, "Yes." Slatt with a pistol. Amputation of course will insure the greatest good Slatt's left leg may be necessary. Loss of Trade. to the greatest number in which is the Mrs. Hltchens' Case Continued. Free turnpikes are necessary now, end sought and desired every well as the adjoining counties have adodted h Lkxinoton, Ky., Nov. 1. Mrs. regulated government, from the most that system. The collection of toll Kitchens, of Glens Falls, N. Y., obscure hamlet to tue most powerful would drive trade from our merchants, appeared before County Judge Bullock nation. all over the county. Vote for the Monday afternoon to answer to the The Fiscal Court has lately purchas bonds and hold your trade. charge of grand larceny, preferred by ed the sven miles of the Crab Orch Frank L. Herdic, of Williamsport, Pa., ard road, lying in Garrard county, for The Dudderar Mill. a poolseller. Mrs. Hitchens waived ex2,500, provided the bonds carry. This I have rented the famous Dudderai is a reasonable sum an t should be sat Mill, near Gilberts Creek, and am pre- amination and the case was continued isfactory to everybjdy. Of course, if pared to furnish the very best flour. until the December term of court. the bonds do not carry, the gates will Will make a specialty of custom grindGeo. Collier, Adjutant General. be replaced. ing. Farmers, bring along your wheat Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 29. The resit is proposed to issue $30,000 in and corn. Satisfaction guaranteed. ignation of Hon. W. R. Smith, of Lexbonds to run 20 years, which can be 7 John C. Potts. ington, as adjutant general of state sold at par, at 4 per cent, interest was handed to Gov. Bradley WednesSure Fits. This is no large debt, as our public The wayfaring man, though' a fool, day night and accepted. The governor buildings are in good condition and immediately tendered the place to Gen. current expenses are not excessive. could not err in my measure blanks. D. R. Collier, of Lancaster, who forInstead of increasing the levy of 25 You are sure to get a fit If you do merly held it, and he accepted. cents it would diminish it, the only not don't take the suit Come and Died From Ills Injuries. difference being that a levy would be compare prices and quality of goods. Henderson, Ky., Oct 31. James M. D. Hughes, Agent made for 20 years instead of seven Yates, a well known farmer and tobacyears, the amount being so small as Back to Work. conist, living at Yatesville, a small not to be burdensome. The county John Duncan, who has been con fin village near Dixon, Webster county, once had a debt of five times this ed to his bed for several months, is died Saturday, the result of being amount, when current expenses were able to resume work iu his barber kicked in the stomach by a horse. excessive. shop over Benge's stable. He will be A prominent member of the court glad to see his old friends and will apDied at too Age of 00. estimates that the levy for current preciate a share of the public's patroHopkinsville, Ky., Oct 28. Dr. J. expenses can be reduced to 12 cents, nage. tf H. Usher, the oldest citizen of this secand, if the bonds carry, the levy for tion, died at his home near Newstead Premiums. turnpike purposes, can be reduced to Although our prices are as low as the Thursday morning, aged 90. He had 20 cents, making a total of 32 cents, been totally blind 11 years. which is below an average for years lowest, to increase patronage, the Howard Tailoring compan,y of ChicaTwo Eloping Couples. past There are 90 miles of road, Henderson, Ky., Oct 29. Wm. Wagwhich, with improved machinery, can go, will give an AmericanftSilveroin be kept in good repair at $50 per mile, watch, or a high class, handsoma um- ner and Miss Margaret Chesnutt, Wm. or ii,MU, wnue aitcmng will cost brella, latest style hanlle, value $2.50 B. Wigal and Miss Lizzie Delvin, all of about $500. The interest will amount with each suit of clothes er overcoat, this city, eloped to Evansville, where to $1,200, and the sum passed to the bought of them. This does not change there were married. sinking fund, annually, $1,500. These price or quality, and a fit is guaranCrap Game Causes a Shooting. M. D. Hughes, Agt items amount to $7,700. In round teed. Lexington, Ky., Oct 81. A man numbers, the taxable property named Quinn, a discharged soldier Eastern Star. amounts to $4,000,000, and 20 cents on The local Masonic lodge will soon from the 2d Kentucky voluuteers, shot each $100 would yield $8,000, or $300 form an Eastern Star degree. This is and fatally wounded Soy Morgan Sunmore than the amount required. By for the benefit of Master Masons' day afternoon. The trouble between this plan, the roads could be purchas wives, daughters, or sisters. Quite a the two was over a crap game. ed at reasonable prices and settlement number will join. last Two Corapsaln Mnitr4 Oat. could be made, without imposing Lexington, Ky., Oct. 81. The last burden on any one. This appeal is A Queer Medicine. two companies of the 3d Kentucky volnot made in the interest of any faction There is a medicine whose proprieor political party. The issus rises far tors do not claim to have discovered unteers were mustered out Sunday and nnvc the tricks, schemes and aspira- some hitherto unknown ingredient, or the property of the regiment wag turn-e- d over to the quartermaster's depart tion of th. '"Snnry politician. It is that it is a curcall. The honest medone in which every cit'z jn. democrat or icine only claims to cure certain di- ment at Camp Hamilton. republican, is deeply interested. Mast Pay a Bis Sum. I sease and that its ingredients are redciio w r-- tiia , h piiie-Frankfobt," Ky., Oct 28. The court and cognized by the most skilled physiprosperity, ., every c- mmuuity alike. cians as being tne best for Kidney and of appeals Thursday rendered a deIt beliocvjs those who oppose the lilaider Diseases. It is Foley's Kid- cision in favor of Schmidt, trustee, in bond ti p ns-- and ixamine them- ney Cure. the suit of I'he Cumberland & Ohio . lm r selves, in or de to see if pironai or llev. IL N. is conducting bondholders against the L. & N. under pr- j dice is not deU rmining political a meeting :. ; Junction City. He had which the L. fc N. must pay to the their course. The proposed system three add ioas in a meeting just bondholders about $99,000 interest and has been inaugurated in other States closed at Ntcholasvillc. penalties, the collection of which it lias and cou ities, giv.ag perfect satisfacbeen resisting. tion, 'J he peculiar circ imstances exIncomparable Service. Jury Failed to A;rer. isting in our county, demand iti adopThe Queen & C esaent trains are the Paintsville, Ky., Oct 28. In the tion here. finest trains ma in the State of KenParis Walker murder trial the jury tucky. It should be remembered that Foar dai'.y trains to Cincinnati con- failed to agree and was discharged. of the votes cast, at the election, must favor the bon Is or the issue nect with ihe main highways of the A Queer ? Medicine. Great Trunk Hues of the North, West is lost This should be remembered and East There is a medicine whose propriand everybody should put the stencil This is the .line to etors d.o not claim to have, discovered in the square next to the word, "YES." Washington, New 'York, Boston and some hitherto unknown ingredient, or that it is a cure-alThis honest Medthe East icine only claims tp curecerta in The Queen & Crescent connects with es, and that its ingredience are diseasrecogRev. Sam P. Jones, the Georgia every line out of Cincinnati. skilled evangelist, and Mrs. Jones were at the S. T. Swift, P.,& IV A., Lexington, Ky. nized by the. most "Kidney physicians i being the best for and Bladder Jalt Houses in' Louisville Monday be- - W. G. Morjan.tttP. A., Lexington, Ky, Diseases. It is Foley's Kidney Cure. Utrv leuyiuir rd TtcT P TJoiItt y - McMerts' Drug Store. Complete stock of Prices to Suit Everybody, Read our Prices and see what Bargains we will give you for one week only, beginning Saturday, Nov. 5th. t ! Papers v Everything kept in a First-Clas- s Store. Sch00l Booi8) Tab. lets. Toilet Articles, fiQagaZileS y&mmz&m nrwwmmwmm Hade Him Dance. HanfoomeStationery. Iieverings Coffee goes at " Brown Sugar " " " Pure Leaf Lard 7 Bars Tom Boy Soap for New Sorghum Yours For Cash, 09 cts ptg 04 cts lb 06 cts lb 10 cts. . 28 cts gal MGRoberts' Drug Store, Also received a big line of Tin. and Enameled ware which will sell very Cheap. So give us a call. BLUE GASS GROCERY CO. Lexinoton, Ky., Oct 31. In C. D. Wilson's livery stable. Second Lieut Yeaman, of Company H, 3d Kentucky, who, it is alleged, was intoxicated, tried to induce Capt Butts, a member of Gen. Wiley's staff, who was in the stable, to dance. Butts refused, and Yeaman drew a pistol and shot at his feet The bullet went wild, lodging in the floor. Yeaman was arrested. r IdniCrS " and Summer Colic- - Neuralgia and Toothache Price. in five minutes. Sour Stomach Complaints. 25 Cents. EPH. 'P. BROWN, Mgr. tax-pav- book-keep- j 1 ed The Spot. Whpn kti 4T.T--t n rr from f tm'wiVa nTA Station and Gallatin County Line Turnpike Road Co., of Gallatin coun- And VC111T- - t ffir. f II r. rl Inrirrc f !ol a ty, has filed articles of incorporation inne auuse 01 roiey s noney ana j ar, When win De a t in the office of the secretary of state. once the soreness relieved, a waimgrate- The capital stock of the company is ful feelinc and neaiiug o f fixed at 83,000. The incorporators are parts affected wiil be experlen d and you will say; "It eels so good. Henry McMillan, G. W. Couley and J. IT Ullb the faFOr." It is guaranteed Brashears, all of Gallatin county. L'qnor Leacne Incorporated. Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 1. The Kentucky State Liquor league, of Louis- Frankfort, Ky., Oct New R iad Corporation. 31. The Uncle Eben's Philosophy. "Doan cross er bridge till yoh gitter it," said Uncle Eben, "but at de same time dotm' sit dowa an s'pose dat de bridge is gwinter be dah waitin foh yoh ebry time, wheddah yoh super'n- ten's de building ob.it or not Wash ington Star.. Ellis-to- n It Hits Be on the Saf e Side and skel-unt- Insure your Tobacco, Office, National Bank. ORGANIZED 1888. ville, which is to have branch leagues in other towns of the state, filed articles of incorporation Monday. The expressed object of the corporation is protection of the retail liquor men. Will He G.Ten a Banqnet. Loui8Vir.LE,Ky.,Oct. 28. The Ladies' Auxilary club of the Commercial club CITIZENS NATIONAL BANS OF LAH0ASTEB. IT. R. KINNIARD men are dress Capital, Surplus Fund BUSINESS Not all $100,000 ed by 15,000 SOIJCITKD. well-dresse- d decided Thursday afternoon to give the Louisville legion a banquet on its return from Porto Rico. i. rfal and Prompt Attention Guaranteed J.C. one-thir- d HEMPHILL M. Higsihbothak President L.SWI8 Y. Leavxll Kentucky Post Offices Discontinued. Cashier Washington, Nov. 1. The post of- B. F. HuDiOH . O. Rionkt fice at Holmes, Franklin county, Ky., Assistant Cash'r has been discontinued. Mail to Peak's CD. Walxkb Bookkeepe Mill. Also the one at Knox, Howell county. Mail to Bowen. DIH2CT0B8: New Kntuoy Postmaster. J.M. HieSIHBOTH AM. Lxwis Y. Lxxvzia. Washington, Nov. 1. The following J.8.J0HM80N, T.M. ARNOLD, fourth-clas- s postmasters for Kentucky B.C. Akhold. Jb. B. F. Hudson. iXBX.QlBBS. J.J.WaLKXX Nelwere appointed Monday: Botland, Jacob Y. Robimsoh. son county, Geo. R. Holt; Normal, Boyd county, Wm. Galliher. but all men dressed by HEMPHILL are Well Dressed Men and its done at a cost which means a saving of at least as compared with some competitor's prices. My lines of Foreign and Domestic Woolens are all in and I can show you quality and prices that will interest you. Ready-To-We- ar President Gray Dead. Liz-bet- Corbin, Ky.,0ct 81. Benjamin Gray, president of the West Point Jellico Coal Co., at Grays, died Sunday morning. He had been seriously sick only a few days. Large Purchases of Tobacco. Richmond, Ky., Oct. 31. R. N. Beas-le- NEW LIVERY. I have purchased the Wal ker stable and am prepared to furnish the tobacco magnate of Paint Lick, this county, has bought of various parties 100,000 pounds of tobacco at five to six cents. Soldiers Shot by an Unknown Party. Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Travelers. Com-morci- al Ms All Wool, at 10-- Lexington, Ky., Oct. 81. Privates Lants, Peech and Ed Swadley of the 2d Missouri, were shot and wounded with buckshot while on a farm near Camp Only the Hamilton Friday night. wounds of the first named are serious. The men claim they were going to call on young ladies when they were shot by an unknown party. Civil Service Examination Washington, Nov. 1. RICE BENGE THE $6.50 to $18.00. Tailor-mad- e suits to your measure, $10 and $35 and Read-t- o wear I will guarantee to fit you, both in Tailor-made- , Suits, and will ask you to come and compare prices after looking elsewhere. Truly Yours. L ) BANK CAPITAL j SURPLUS. To establish faM,ooo.M OF ( j65,ooo.o. f an eligible register in the grade of d-class engineer, in the custodian LANCASTER, KY. service at Louisville, Ky., the civil service commission will hold an exam tfdifopM ination on December 1. The salary is $780 a year. A. R.Dinnt. President. Jko. E. Stobmxs. Vice President. Ten Years for Charles Woods. Wx.H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. Princeton, Ky. Oct. 29. The jury returned a verdict of ten years in the S.O.Dxknt, J. F. Bobimsok. Jb, Charles Woods murder. case, after being Assistant C&sh'r. out 52 hours. Two were for a life K. T. Exbbt Ats't term. secon- at Lontivllle J. C HEMPHILL xooooooeo oo: X E. W. Lillard. Jno. B. Stout. Lilian: d & Steal, eading)ruggists.) Stationery, Faints, Oils, Xtc. DIRECTORS (Olllili. Daws 8am'l. D.Cochran, Jas Bpllmsn, Alex. R. Denny, A. C. Robinson. W. R. Cook, L. Davidson, JDO.B.Stormes, means pain,-- danger and possible death for some wives. , For others it R. KINNAIRO'S DANVILLE., - :- -: KENTUCKY, ! means practically no discomfort at all. There is no reason why childbirth should be a period of pain and dread. Scv. eral months before a woman becomes a mother she should prepare herself for the critical ordeal There is a preparation made which is intended for this purpose alone. The same of this wonderful preparation is Insurance Agency Representing Over liniment to be applied ex- ooooooocoooooooooooo e.i h tnd bills posted up in no less It is a - Mother's Frond. - two-thir- L nearly all suffering. Best results follow if the remedy is used during the whole period of preg nancy. It is the only remedy of the kind in the world that is endorsed by physicians. $1 perbottleat all drug .stores, or sent by mail on receipt, of jscice. Frek Books cob- taming iavaluable in formation for all women, win be sent to any address uponapplkatkm Is danger and childbirth, and takes away all organ cerned distension, gives elastici. ty to every con- cles and relieves the relaxes the mus- It ternally. in " four public places la eaci voting precinct in sail county and at the Court Home door for at least thirty days In the following Fire Insurance next before date of said election. the vote It is Garrabd Countt Couut. hereby urther ordered thnt ifsaid bond Companies ordered is in favor of Called term Fiscal Court issue then the. Fiscal Court will, in obeJuly 25;h I89S. taa of Hartford. dience to said vote and under ths statWhereas,, the leal voters of Gar-rd- utes relating to this subject, issue Qaeea of America. county, voters in tne general bonds in any sum not exceeding thirty-fiv- e srteution held in and for s lid countr in National or Hartfort. thousand dollars, (835,000.00) for iKovember 1895, voted in favor of the the purpose of acquiring and maintainPkealx of Brooklya. maintaining-thing said roads and to be issued upon Fiscal unacquiring-ariTurnpike Koads in said county, such terms as to time of payment and Hartferd of Hartford. and the question being submitted to payment of interest and sale of bonds Maicmester of Eaglaad. them, the said lcal voters of Garrard as the Court may in its discretion deem county, in general election held in and best, but tbe bonds are not to be sold Coamectlcmt of Hartford, for said connty in November 1895, for less thnn theirpar or bear interest North British aad Xerckaatile, therefore it is ordered and adjudged at a greater rate than 6 per ct per that at the regular election to. bo. issue until paid and 6'rsui Amer caa of New Torts in and for Garrard county on the held are not to date o' beyond 30 years. Tbe first extend Liverpool aad Loads aad Bloke Monday in No--, cleric of the Garrard County and Fiscal Tuesday after the first vember 1898 which is on the 8th day Court is hereby ordered to certifv a I also represent the oldfrsuaMa ' of November 1898, an election shall be copy of this order to the Sheriff of held and, poll shall be opened at Garrard county on or before the 1st New York Life ch voting place in each voting. pre- day of August 1898. cinct in said county at which all legal R. A. BuRSStDE. Judge voters, ia said county shall be priviGarrard County leged to vote on the question, "Are A true aopy, Duncan, Clerk. Court. Att: J. Af. you in favor of issuing bonds for the KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. purchase and m.iintainance of the Pursuant to the foregoing order of Turnpike road of the county, free oi- the Garrard county Fiscal court, which loll to the traveling Dublic?' and it Is is made part of this notice, aa eleetloa Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knight.; further Ordered that the Sheriff of will be held and polls opened at all the places Garrard" coau-t- y Garrard of Pythias, meets every Thursday directed county be and he is hereby regular voting regularinelection, which at the next to advertise said election and thirty days will "bo held November 8, 1898, which night in.Odd Fellows hall. .AU vis object, therefor at least aaie oi saia leiecwon wrciecuuu, sunupecu, wiu w uhuh iting Knights are frateniallyiav1 1HK CxTaArr Bkcord, it being ,the I accordance with C;Ci a e w ipape r' h aVi a g the largest circula- - laws of Eeataeky.the general election ted. , G. B. Swinebro J. B. 9AUJCDX3U, & G. 0. tioa la said cona4f, iad also by print-- 1 J. XV. ROBINSON, K. R. & S. - S57.000.OQO Election On Bond Issue. To Be Held Novs, 1898. than rl Insuraiiet COMPANY. -- ! re -i. -- u v Dutchesspousers m Up-to-Me. THE PEACE COMMISSION Finest Line of Has Settled the That it is best for the Men. Boys and Children to l5KEGin? Weighs iORihc The past record of this great make of goods has proved their durability of wear and perfection of fit, while the accompanying illustration taken from a window display of one of the many great establishments who use the Dut chess proves the actual test of strength every garment is guaranteed to possess. Every pair sold under the Dutchess guarantee. The most simple and yet strong est warrant ever promised on any make of Trousers. BLSI IN THE WORLD. KY A PAIR. mi and Owraats Ever shown in Centra! Kentucky at Prices Lower than you can purchase elsewhere. Buy their Clothing of Us. ProsBerity to Ml tlo Boys' Suits Guaranteed to Wear. Children's Suits Fir ner and Better than ever shown. Deal Will Bs, Free Toll and Feed. MANHATTAN SHIRTS, BEST MADE. STETSON HATS, NOBBIEST MADE. as we give Good Value and Save Money for the People. One Low Price to All. All our goods are the best. BEST PANTS ON EARTH. Try a pair and you will buy no others. THE GLOBE. J, L. Frohman & Co. Danville, Ky. STONt k ndall and T. II. Campbell, her remains were lain to rest in the family lot at the Lancaster cemetery. She was a kind an.t loving wife and mother, and will be greatly missed in her church and community, '.ha bereaved family haye the sympathy of the entire community. Vote for tlu bonds. From New Zealau-1- . Ukefiox, New Zealau :, "ov 2:5. '0(3 am very j;ie. &ed to s.aie that ai..ce I took tiie agency of Cham eriain's medicines the sale nas bjjn very larg- m .re especially of tue Cough Remedy. id more of th s In two yars I rae particu .ir remedy than of al other makes for the previous Ave years. As 1 have been informed to its tfGet-cy- , by scores of persons of the goo.l results they have received irom it, and know .is alue rorn the e of it in my own 1 d-- Stacy Mais' Stas, Besi Mafle. Suits Gleaned and Pressed. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 'Phone 136, Free to our customers "Silver Plate that Wears? I ' ONI Ha You Know WALLACETON. l ave Wannacutt and family left on Mrs. Rebecca Scott, of Little is visiting reletives and rieinls What has caused so many ladies to be in town this week? Monday lor Illinois, where they to make their future home. here and at Mt Hebron, and attending Why, they heard of those pretty STYLISH HATS just Mr. John Mite e , who has for sev- the protracted meeting, which is in received eral weeks been confined to th; hms nrogross. C. S. Saunders and sister, AT Noel Sisters, and all wanted to see them. jNera broods Ehrery Day. Come and see us. We take pleasure in showing good's 'Phone 85. uncle, Mrs. Heney Hutchinson, at Crab Orcnard, this week. Vote for the bonds. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Einbry have on rente! .Mrs. Fis e s Avr. until January 1st. Messrs Herbert Kinnaird, Fr.nk Mtirksbury and Ben Herndon were visitors in Richmora Monday. Miss Louise Kiuffman, of Richmond, spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother, Mr. Emma Kauffman. Mr Fred P. Frisby has accepted a position in Thompson's jewelry store, wh'jre he will be pleased to see his friends. Mrs. Jenn'e Miller and Mrs. Mattie Mry Yeager, of Lancaster, were vis't-inat M. J. Millers last week. Mt. Vernon Signal. Mr. J. F. Adams has about recovi-e- d freni his recent illness of typh i d fever and wiil be out in a few days, so his physician, Dr. Acton, tells us. Messrs Eujhes AldriJge, Al Burn-sidJoe Gainer, Harry Robinson and Will Walker have returned home, their company having been mustered out. P. W. Gastineau and wife, of are spending a few days with relatives in and around Lancaster. They were marriel last week in the Magic City. resi-leiicg CENTRAL RECORD. FRIDAY, November, 4, 1898. PERSONAL. Mrs. Martha Leavel is visiting: relatives in Richmond. Mr. Ira Q. Taylor, a Cincinnati durni- r, was here Tuesday. Mrs. J. C. Robinson has returned from a visit to Somerset Mr. Jno M. Logan has returned from a business trip to the cities. Miss Nannee Ilarris has been visit-n- g relatives near McCreary. Dr. Nichols, of Paint Lick, visited friends in Lancaster Saturday. Rev. H. N. Faulconer anl wife were at home last week for a few days. Miss Julia Mae Gains is visiting her friend, Miss Rose Turley, in Richmond. Mr. IL A. B. Marksbury has returned from a business trip to Harrodsburg1 E. W. Morrow, the optician, madvi a business trip to Cincinnati Saturday. Mrs Sirah Comleys of Lexington, is the guest of her neiece, Miss Jane Hopp r. The little daughter of Mr. Thos. Miller is quite ill sf't )fns residence on Dan. ville street. Mr. Caey Owsley will leave next week for Lexington, where he will practice law. Mn. Mary Jane Withers, of Fort Worth, Texas is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Martha Arnold, of Lincoln, has been visiting Mrs Nannie Arnold, on Danville Ave. Sweeney Mrrjan has returned from Cincinnati and reports the cattle market brisk. Mr. Walter Hyatt, who is now in the U. S. Navy, has been visiting friend here fo.--a few days. Lewis Walker accompanied Congressman Q. M. Davison to Mt. Vernon az.d other towns. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Smith an1 children, of Somerset, are guests of Mrs. Geo. R- - Hardin. Miss Carrie "Woods has returned to Berea, ater a visit to Misses Mae Hughes and Mary Miller. Mri and Mrs. Jack Dunn visited her e, Judge Jno. Goodlqe, of Richmond, Mr. Jno Craig, Danville, and Rev. W. O. Goodloe, of Harrodsburg, were entertained at dinner Tuesday by Mrs. D. M. Lackey. Our pretty-an- d accomplished young correspondent at Marksbury, Miss Sadie Viola Aldrid e, has, we are glad to note, recovered from her recent severe illness. Vote for the bonds. Mra E. L. Owsley has rental her farm to Mr. Alex West for next year. Mrs. Owsley leaves next week for N. C to reside w'th her sin, Will, whose health is better S'nce going south. Mr. F. J. Conn, Quarter-maste- r of .he 2nd Louisiana Volunteers, is at home with his fo'ks on a s'ck furlough of 31 days. He was bitten on the left elbow by a tarantula soma months ago. and that, with a bone felon on the thumb of the same hand, has given him considerable trouble. Mr. and Mrs. George White, of White's Station, Madison county, were in the city to lay with their two baby boys, en route home from Point Bu reside. Mrs. White was the beautiful Miss Jeannie Faulkner, daughter of the lata John K, Faulkner, of Garof General rard, and Faulkner, of martial fame. Lexington .Argonaut. grand-daught- i 3 WE INVITE all of our friends and pat rons to call and make AN INSPECTION The Begt Flatter. A piece of flannel dampened with of our stock. We took es- Chamberlain's Pain Balm and' bound pecial pains to select only the on to the a fleeted parts is superior to any 'plaster. When troubled with a pain in the chest or side, or a lame HANDSOMEST HATS back, give it a trial. You are certain and Latest Novelties to be to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords. Pain found in the markets. also a certain cure for rheu- Mill Bailie Tillatt Balm is matism. For sale by B. E. ' MoRpb-ert-s. lm and J'uid, is now able to walk abou the place soni, with the ;.il o hi cane Mr. Green II. G.ibbard, o. Boren, lia bought the i'.ower of "Aunt" Iiuti. Wyiie, debased, or SS.iO; also from Wm Guinu, 16 acres adjoining it, for which he paid The dedication of the Baptist church here was largely attended Sunday. Rev Crouch preached an excellent after which he succeeded in securing pledges amounting to S1U0 necessary to red ve the church of present indebtedn-'S-- . A c.')i.-- is not like a fevr. It d coursr. Cur uot have to run a it quickly and effectually with One Minute Cough Cure, the best remedy for all ages and for the most severe cases. We recommend it because it's good. At Siornies' iJrug Store. lm Several of our vicinity attended the Sundy School Convei tion held :it the Glade church, near Berea, aturday, and report a good meeting, although the attendance was net so large as was expected. On the 12th and 13th inst, will be held the Quarterly meeting at this place by Elder J. S. Miller. Preaching w;ll begin Friday ni.ht before and continue at least up to Sunday night. Just before midnight last Friday, James P. Soper, aged CO years, died after intense and almost constant suffering from heart trouble, for several months. Several years ago we almost invariably spoke of him through The Record as "our jolly, fat man', but the joint ravages of rheumatism and heart disease long since rendered that term in appropriate. Mr. Soper had been a member of the M. E. church for more than forty years, and was one of the nine chartered members wt.o built the Methodist church here thirty-tw- o years ago. He reared a family of ten f Del ay s are Dangerous. children, all of whom became members Many of our friends, or people whom of the church he helped build, and nine of whom still survive him and you know of have contracted consumption, pneumonia or other fatal diseases mourn h's departure. by neglect of a simple cold or cough. Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe, sure BACK CREEK. and pleasant cough medicine, would The people of Back Creek not only have saved them. It is guaranteed. want Cuba. Porto Rico, Philippines, MARKSBURY. the entire Ladrone group, but we want a coaling station in Spain. Mrs. Margaret Sutton is quite sick The patent churn excitement has at this writing. Mr. N. H. Bogie and about dieed out; next in order is the wife visited friends in Lexington, last man with the gold brick. week Mrs. Edmund Sutton is quite We heard a. young lady discussing .11 with typhoid fever. Miss Mollie the methols of the new dentist at Lan- Myers, of Stanford, visited Mrs. Jack caster, and she said they used victim- Kemper, and other friends here, last ized air. No comments necessary. week. Mr. Sam Hughes, wife and We attended church a few nights children, of Danville, spent Saturday ago and heard an excellent sermon on and Sunday with Mr. N. H. Bogie and how' we could die contented, but what wife. Mr. Mike Kennedy and wife, of we want "to know of this man is, how Crab Orchard, returned home Monday, to live contented. after several weeks at the bedside of , We hear more talk of securing the their mothe-- Mrs. T. K. Sutton. C. A. Robinson sold a nice lot of services of that envnent turnpikian, and clever gentleman, Col. Patrick shoats to Hiram Collier at 53.15 per Dooley, as supervisor on our pike for. hundred. the coming year. W. P. Tuggle sold 11 head of cattle Mrs. John Traylor and daughter, to B. F. and C. A. Robinson at 3 Polly, were visiting relatives here la.lt per pound. week. Mrs. A. M. Doty has returned Rev. W. M. Kuykendall returned from a pleasant visit to relatives at Saturday from Gilead, where he held Glasgow. 'Miss Nettie Parks, after an v ry success ul meeting. absence of soma weeks, --has resumed a Thomas Barker is remodeling his her .school duties at Walker's school-housresidence, and adding a great deal to Diphtheria having disappeared from its appearance Lowell, Miss Kate Arnold will open Overcome evil with good. Overcome her school on Monday. your coughs and colds with One MinPretty soon the merry chuckel of the mover's wagon will be heard in the ute Cough Cure. It is so good children jcry for it It cures croup, bronchitis land: Many a household is saddened by pneumonia, grippe and all throat and death because of the failure to keep lung diseases. At Stbrmes Drug . lm on hand a safe and absolute certain Store. Mrs. F. K. Sutton died at her home cure for croup such as the One Minute Cough-CurSee that your little ones near hereFriday, Oct 28, after several are protected agair at emergency At week' intense suffering. After appropriate services by Revs. W. M. Kuy- Im Storm es' Drug Store. Mattie, : ser-n;oRn-erexi-ms H- - U. , bot-loa..r-ul-e. Gunn's attendu preai'hi tiap?l, ami tinted Miss Myrtle kav, i of the vuiig folKs iisnday Se om henr attended preaching at M.. fbron, bu!ii:y Aiis- Bsrtiia llu , 01 Littie Hick ua t, vuite t Mis Saturday night anu Sunday 11. F. Allen has returned hoiue from Lexington, wherrt ne had been in business ior some time. Constipation prevents theboly from ridding itselt of waste matter. De will remove Witt's Little Early the iroub.e anil cure Sic Headache, i;i!liou&nes.s. Inuctw Liver and clear . Snjfilt. con. d tue Comp -. : C mu'. gri e aiurme,.' Di ix St in mi nur fir.t Stone i oil ;i o coat lande i Frmay veiling, you want isvy cual, all you have o is to let tnem .enow it, or il you w.. to s ip ywur wn.'it or toba c 'jut hau. i down, and sen it on, Ooits most every day. Sjrj-huimaking is about thr.m..i with in this coma, unity. Mr. Clayton Humphrey ana ;!. Eva Dennis, were married at the home of the bride's parents,. Oct 20, Rev. Wills, of Harrodsburg, oilieiating. After the ceremony an elegant supper was served, and the couple attended preaching at Mt. Hebron, then returned to the bride's parents home, to pead the night Shortly after they returned they were startled by a company of twenty men, led by B. F. Al len, of Lexington, who had just arrived in the vicinity that afternoon. The rattling of old tin buckets and cowbells, were heard for miles; after the serenade the company was invited in, and refreshments were served, after which they wished the couple a long and happy life, they departed and went quietly to their homes. Heib-Allen- . gt is having the iuirnor o iiosndlle .1, shop pi. when coinp.ei w be among the nicest m t..is part o J. X. Dunn will also have his s ore room painted. In ISiT Mr Thomas Molnt sh" of Tenn., h id an attack o- ti s entery wnicli bec.inie ehr nie. "I y ne best pnysici ns i:i as ennesse w.'.iion'. i euro.'" ii s ;, "F.nallv It.-i- . d C irnn:..rl. x.' ... I c, e I'tioli-r- a-- i i l)i;wrh'a - K.mihmv ! A -- Let ws call your attention to our ter using aLou- t.v .v- w.is, eured sound a..d woh " Fo s.iie by R. E. McUoberts. lm for 'e Ihhi 'is. He have b'eii informed that there will be a new telephone line running througn our town from Danville to Nicholasvitle in the near uture. t iia protr-e'e- d meeting at Mt is stiit ia pr .gr Dr. Par, o II I is o pi. sin 10 iile Iu-lfill-- 1 tn- - p:ii;i. at the M 11.1, 11.. u. i...e p churcu tiere last Sunday. tiie b.itti bsr- n r..- c : i tne chddre 1. E J y hi Vote for tne bonds. CA.Tt.KBUi;V For sal- - by R. E E.d. A.ien will fill his regular aplm point uent .t P.e.is ,it Grove, Sunday BnYANTSVILLE. A Sure Sign of Croup, hoarseness i:i a child tnatjs subj c" Vot-the ootids. ior a sure indication o: the ap-- p M May Fulger and :aufhter, Miss to croup oach of the disease. If ChamberM.ir.v, we e ttit guests.of Mrs. D.cker-so.- i. lains' Cough Remedy is given as soon as .Mrs. Dr. .'euniiiirs, o: Cmu Nel-a, s vs n os Miss the chil bee unes h .arse, or even re Ue croupy cougn has appear, d, it Georgie Dunn vibuid .Vrs. Ar.i, strong. tiie ..tta k. M.my mot-erSundaj'. Mr. Miltoa Elliott, of Crab will who have croupy cnilden alwavs Orchard, visited his brother, Dr. Elliott, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. lorn keep this remedy at hand and find tha. Nooe and wi.'e are delighted at the it saves them much trouble and worry. arrival of a little daughter at their It can always be depended UDon and i house. Nathan Nbe, of this vicinity. pleasant to take. For sale bv IL E im has concluded to locate in Lexingtor. McRoberts. Mrs. Dave Dunn is very low at this writing. Joe Ison, of Lower Garrard, who has been very sick with fever, is I will sell my not expected to recover. We are glad acres, privately, farm, containing seventy-si- s and to learn that Mr. Ike Montgomery is land lies about 4 miles on easy terms. The east of Bryantaville. is out again. easily reached and in good state of cultivation House coutains, four rooms and has nil nec The friends and acquaintances of Mr. Tom Adams will be glad to learn essary outbuildings. There Is a good orchard and never failing water. The placa under that he has bought a half interest in good fence. For further information iscall on C. G Becker's store, and will take pos or address. Mrs. J. M. Scrlvner, session the first of January. Bourne. Ky. Vote for the bonds. Our town continues to improve. C. C. Becker is making arrangements to enlarge his store room. J. S. Hasel- of No 541 Fourth ave., Louisville, Ky Foul-Smelli- ng will ba at Mason Hotel, Lancast er, Ky. Iles.-ron. "1847 Rogers Bros." Triple plated Knives and Forks. Tney arc made to wear, and considering: thequality, style and finish, can make you a very low price. The knives are plated on the best of steel, and the forks on hard white nickel silver. They are guaranteed to give satisfaction to the purchaser. Hi. n-- s i 1 - 1 ne--- :if-t- prt-v.v- A full line of Spoons, Sugar Shells, Butter Knives, etc, in "1847" goods always on hand. show them to you. Let us J.O. THOMPSON. Farm for Sale. 3 Hr. R. GrjldstEin, Monday, Nov. 28, 1898. No more tickets for the Baking Pan after Jan. i will be given, so get your number and get a pan. We want BUTTER. EGGS. HAMS. Will pay good prices for produce. We are selling Fancy Groceries So Cheap. is one of most obstinate diseases, and hence the most difficult to get rid of. There is bat one way to cure it. The disease is in the blood, and all the sprays, washes and inhaling mixtures in the world can have no permanent effect whatever upon it. Swift's cures Catarrh permanently, forit is the only .remedy which can reach the disease and force it from the blood. Mr. B. P. McAllister, of Harrodsburg, j., nau uatarrn ior years, xte writes: I could see no lmnrovement whatever. though I was constantly treated with spraya Spe-cif- ic Catarrh. Catarrh the Call and get our prices and see our Returning one day each month. Eyes goods; will be glad to see you. Bring examined and glasses scientifically ad your friends with you. us ted. H. M. BALLOU. In articles suitable for Wed ling Presents, Tea Table, Dessert Spoons and P rks. Also Berry and Falad Spoons. Croam an I Grayy Ladles. Rutter STERLINGIISILVER C. j- ( Knives, the highest prade only carried. Exquisite Cut Glass in New Cuttings. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Fruit and OrnamentLIVERY'STABLE. al- Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Small Fruits, Rhubard, Asparagus HANDSOME TURNOUTS, and all stock grown in nurseries. To continue the wrong treatment for Prices Catarrh is to continue to suffer. Swift's REASONABLE PRICES agents. reasonable, as we employ no Descriptive catalogue on Specific is a real blood remedy, and application to d cures obstinate, diseases, which other remedies have no effect SPECIAL ATTENTION TO H. F. HI LLENME YFR, whatever upon. It promptly reaches Catarrh, and never fails to cure even the Phone 27. Lexington, Ky. TRAVELING MEN deep-seate- then decided to trv 8. R. 8.. and after a few bottles were' used. I no ticed a perceptible Improvement. Continuing the remedy, the disease was forced out of my system, and a complete cure was the result. I advise all who have this dreadful disease to abandon their local treatment, which has never done them anv irood. aad take S. 8. 8.. a rem dy that can reach the disease and cure It." "Finally It was notice that Catarrh was a blood disease, and after think. ing over tho matter, I saw it was unreasonable to expect to be cured by remedies which only reached the surface. I Drought to my and washes, and differ ent, innaiing remedies In fact, I could feel that each winter I was worse than the year previous. N. MCDONNELL, Jeweler and Optician, Danville, Kentucky. Flowers. Shade. Blue Grass Nurseries. W. H. LACKEY, Fruit. Sj23 3 33or to Lackey & Galley. First-Cla- s Fall, 1898. most aggravated cases. S.S.S.Blood Trained Nurses. S. BEAZLJ-TF- , The service of Nurse'ho have graduated is Purely Vegetable, and is the only Louisville Tdluing School can be blood remedy guaranteed to contain no from thelit the Teeth filled and extracted with secured Pit tie A. Clay Infirmary of out pain. Crown and Bridga dangerous minerals. Richmond. Kr.: price tin ixr .week, except in Books mailed free by Swift Bpeeifle contagious cases, for whleh $20 is charged Work a specialty. Office overT. S. Elkln's Application for nurses should be made to the meat ahop, in tho new Thompson building. Company, Atlanta, Georgia. Buperinwmaem ot xnnrmary. DENTIST. TO SEE THE PRICES ON OTS . SHOES, IIEICIiTS. DM GOODS , j v.- -. Ch4 &vv-C-0- - wv .jour STOCK JAM Te AID HOTEL Burgiu Jlwseng. r reports ne s 1 oi 7.00J buslieia of wheat al ivty-fivcents and 14) export cattie, a v.- a.;ins 1,45) lbs at S4 7.1 per cwt, Nj-, mrer delivery. When you atk .'.r Dc Witt's Witih-lla...ave don't accept a cuunterioi or imitation. There are icore cates of 1'iUk bein? cured by this, than all other combined. At StormuJ Drug li Store. from all ac The growing wheat io.nt&, is considerably larger in area t an lattyear. Farmers seem to think this cr jp more rotitable than corn or o a present and prospective prices e -v p nurMr. llillenmeyer, the n.uc'.i rain has not seryman, says: and the fillen in October since likelihood is that its pr. cipitation will not have been equaled during the past U.1 years. 1 S03 trees uil. f.;rnih ties for one mile ofrailwj.y, the United Mates would require lsO.OOO.OOJ trees o: the ties only, most valuable timber and at least 10 per cent of this mu.t be annually renewed. The experiment stations long ago declared that 1j0 pounds of ground corn and e b meal go just as far as 100 pounds of pure c-r- meal, the cob giving it more bulk and renderiug it easier of d gestloa. Over in Mercer turkeys are selling a pound. 'Jhe Democrat for .1 says there are a great many in the county, considering the amount of rainy weather which is vcr detrimental to young tnnteys. The Farmers of Mercer county have been running their wheat through fans, eta, and the Democrat says the weevil have been removed, but the damage done biforc their being discovered can not be repaired. The Harrodsburg Democrat reports 10; 53 sales of fat hogs at barrels corn at Sl5; 12 butcher heifers at 3 bunch of calves at 10 per head; :i o00 dozn eggs shipped to New York, which brought 11c per dozen. The sooner a cough or cold is cured without harm to the sufferer the better. Lingering colds are dangerous. Hacking cough is distressing. One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures it. Why suffer when such a cough cure is within reach? It is pleasant to the taste. At Stormes Drug Store, lm There are several advantages in fall planting of trees. They become estab lished and make a start in the spring baftra the ground is hard enough to allow of spring planting. This early start means a better growth for the first season, and trees which get an early hold upon the soil endure the drouths of midsummer much better than trees planted in the spring. A Kansas in giving his experience in feeding hogs, says that five acres of sweet potatous will fatten more hogs than twenty-fiv- e acres of corn. He had sixty hogs that would yield him 1S.000 pounds of pork, and he estimates the cost of their feed at not more than $20 in actual cash for r car-loa- d $ hog-raise- r, j j J nd o in r expenses in his p o lie also clams that this food i pints a flavor to the meat that far surpasses that of corn for the animals the fall in an old A little vo.-ki-n orchard m:iy make it the source of much profit. If it has been in gr.iss a good while, and not manured, plow it and prune the trees well, andbe'ore severe weather sets in apply an abundant coat of manure, scattering it unas fir out as the branchder the es extend. Dig up the trees, and if the earth is csrU-- away from where a tree grew an. 1 fresh seil s lpplied, another tree may be successfully planted there. From market quotations it seems that the sheep breeder has at last realized that his dream has come true better prices for both wool and mutton. Lambs in Chicago m irket are continually raising in price and wool remains steady. F.irmers can afford to breed sheep when wool is worth IS cents and ry 'J hen again sltep are .10. lambs profitable to have on t'ue farm. A f.irnuT with a flock of sheen will have clean fenui corners and hi. laud we'll fertilized. A id she- p an al ways saleable Mr. Louis Joseph, buyer for Schwartz- child Suizberg, aud who has his in this city, has purchased 5,- )30 export cattle in Kentucky thU sea son. Last week he bought 1,2'J0. Those whom he has j urchased are: 130 extra heifers from J. E. Clay, of Ilour- bon; 94 heavy cattle, at 4 7.1, from Col. Stone's estate, of Bourbon count; ISO, at 4.53a4.7o; 17 from Harry Ho't, of liourbon, at 4 75; IS from Kate Wor- nall, of liourbon, at S4. 75; 39 from Ili- cy House, of Nich jlasville, 170 from I'arrish it Douglas, of R chrnond, at 75; 43 from Dr. Willis, of Clark, at 4 03; and 103 from W. Pace, of Clark, at $4.G3a4 70. Lexington Tress 1 . t,i-t- FLATWOOD. to Tom John Breedlove sol i a Leavatl, oi color, for S3. John U II nan and wife, of Estill count-- , spent sever il d tvs h si week, with Geo. E.am and family. Dr. Iti u- ben Farris and family, have h.cated in this vicinity. W. H. Furr and wife, attended the dedication at Wallace ton church Sunday. Mrs. Grayson is on the sick list, but is better at this writ ing. Late to bed and early to rise, pre pares a man for his home in the skitsHut early to Led and a Little Early Riser, the pill that makes life lonjrer and better and wiser. At Stormes' Drug Stor,.-- . lm - lieid. hsi " j s Consumption or Asthma in advanced stages, it holds out'no such false hopes, but does truthfully claim to always give comfort and relief in the very worst cases and in the early stages to effect a cure. niatism and Sores. is not claimed that No! Foley's Honey and Tar will cure mm Mi ffl mm OF LEXINGTON, KY. Over $115,000.00 Paid in Maturities. . Over $40,000.00 Reserve and Surplus. The Following Coupons Redeemed July 1898: Name. Address. Rev. J. II. Stanley, Lexington. Ky Climay Printing Co., Richmond, Ky J. H. Raker, Lexingtog. Ky J. Baker, Lexington, Ky Newport News Syndicate, Newport News Va.. Newport News Syndicate. Newport News, Va.. Newport News Syndicate, Newport, News, ,Va. Newport Vews Syndicate, Newport News, Va.. M. J. Forston, I'aris, Ky Cost. Paid. t FRAXicroRT, KiMitnoty l.ink C:s. Ky., Nov. 2. The cases (5 v.-- head-quar;- raus-crip- t- of the American national bank and veral other banks and trust com panies against the Kentucky state board of valuation will be heard in Cincinnati on Thursday next in the L'uitcd Stsitca circuit court. The banks arc seeking a reduction of K0 per cent, on the assessment of their corporate property. The decision of this case is of considerable importance and will be hotly contested in the federal courts. in tilt. Ilrad. Shot Him-Louisville, Ky., Nov. 2. Frank Fos ter, one of the best known young men about the falls cities, committed sui cide by shooting himself in the head at his home, 1:553 Second street. Wednesday morning. He was attached to the United States quartermaster's depot at Jelrersonville. He was aji active member of the Red Men and Knights of Pythias. Despondency following heavy drinking is given as the motive for the deed. matttMC Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rhcu r SiJiilVl 3 CUBAN OIL cum. Price, 25 cent' Going to Cnba. Ky., Oct. 20. Capt. .T. W. Brewer, of Company M, 3d Ken- 0JM 9.30 10.50 10.50 10.50 10.50 10.50 10.50 9.50 i 20.66 20.0-- ; 22.25 22.25 22.25 22.25 22.25 20.C6 17.44 20.06 17.41 Fraskfort, cleansing, Soaking, healing Witt'a Witch Hazel Salve is the implacable enemy of sores, burns and wounds. It never fails to cure Piles. You may rely upon it. At Stormes' Drujr Store. lm. BUSIN ESSj Wasted Two heifers. For Sale T. M. and good brood sows. II E. llKN-KY- . Fort 030 lb. steers, V. 10 McC. John-tonsep-30 . For Sale A splendid gentleman's wheel, price 12, or will trade for a horse, cow.mule or hogs. R. E. Henry. City Property For Rest My home, on Lexington street, between College and Judge Hemphill's. Full partic ulars on application tol'isher Herring. Mrs. Susan Fisher. tf. For Sale A nice jersey cow, will in the spriusr, has had five calves and has not been dry since first calf, she is giving 2J gallons of milK a day. gentle, can lead her any where, will be fresh in Febuary. R. E. Hesry. For Sale A farm, consisting of 100 acres ot goou nemn ana tobacco land Farm lies four miles east of Lancaster on the Hyattsville and Kirksville turn pike. Also 21 acres on same pike in sight of Hyattsville. For information call on R. E. Henry, of The Record ouice. Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others piMf AMgNUBIAN TEA oures Indi6ia Constipation and All Kinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. tucky infantry, who is here on leave visiting his family, has been notified A PiivsH nf lli vi'iiup Oliict-rHave a Fierce by Col. Smith, commander of the regiOae Fiht A uli 31 ment, to arrange his personal affairs shuts Fired. immediately and return to camp, as the will likely move south Louisville, Ky., Nov. 2. A posse cif regiment few days, preparatory within to sailnext revenue 'officers led hy Revenue Agent the ing for Havana. Gates and Special Deputy W. W. Anderson, of this city, had a desperate battle Give your Stomach a Rest. with moonshiners in the Cumberland mountains Sunday afternoon. About one hundred shots were fired by each The trouble with most sick people is that in 6ide, but the only damage done so far as their anxiety to get well they try first this nos- known was the killing of a mule and trum, then that, until the poor stomach rebels two horses and a scratch made by a and calls a halt. There's a better way. What bullet on Mr. Gates' nose. The posse was the body needs Is oxygen more oxygen. The out all last week and captured and de- Electropoise Is simply an instrument which, stroyed 12 stills. The last raid was when applied to the ankle or wrist for a short period day, polarizes the body and ena planned for Sunday afternoon. It was bles it each to take on oxygen more freely. The to be made on a still in Letcher coun- Klcctropoise cures without medicine. One ty, about a mile from the Virginia line. instrument lasts a lifetime. Send for descrip The road wound through a wild, hilly tlve book and read what noted people say country, thick with underbrush, and about the Electropoise. rt'a.nt the Troojis to Krm:i!ii. offering every opportunity for ambush. Miss Clara Barton's Letter. Lexisotos, Ky., Xow 2. Mayor I. .nd it was in this engagement that Constantinople. February 21, 1S0G. 11. Simrall, Internal Revenue Collector Mr. Gates was shot in the nose. Dear Sirs: When In London the other day 1 Messrs. M. C. Alford, Sam J. Roberts, received two packages from the United States embossy, each containing ou Electropoise FIRE AT MIDDLESBORO. W. J. Loughbridge and Leonard G. today I received your kind letter. 1'lease al Cox, constituting a committee to urge low me to thank you heartily and 'gratefully the retention of troops here, left for Thirteen Houses Destroyed and S xteen for the splendid little machines. As you re Families Rendered Homeless The Washington Tuesday morning to sec member, I am not an entire stranger to the Loss is Heavy. virtues of the Electropoise, and will take great President McKinley and Secretary Alpleasure in passing your offering to aflllcted ger. The committee has about SlO.OOO Mimii.ESRORO, Ky., Nov. 2. Thirteen contributed by citizens for the purpose houses were swept away and 10 families humanity. very sincerely yours. CLARA BAKTON, of erecting barracks for the soldiers. rendered homeless by a disastrous fire on Schrewsburg avenue, Wednesday Cox Succeeds Swearinger. & Louisville, Ky., Nov. 2. At a meet morning. The loss falls on Manchesjfourtu Avenue, iouisvnie, ing of the directors of the Union na- ter lluilding Co., of Manchester, Eng., Ky. tional bank Tuesday afternoon Mr. but is covered by insurance in foreign George W. Swearinger tendered his companies. resignation as president. Mi. Luke O. IN UNCLE SAM'S CLUTCHES. Cox, cashier, was elected to the presi dency, and Mr. A. R. White, assistant Charles C. Ztloore and Jaue Hughes, Wednesday, Nov. 9th, '98 cashier, was made casliier. Failing of the Ulue tirass llladr. Ar9 o'clock, we will sell at At half-paMr. Swearinger to retire. health caused rested by a IT. S. Alarnhal. auction, at the S. O, Uaughman place, on the new Lancaster pifce, six miles Shot Ills Stepdaughter. Lkxisgtos, Ky., Oct. 31. Charles C. stocu Versailles, Ky., Nov. 2. Will Ross, Moore and dames Hughes, publishers from Danville, the following live farming implements, etc., namely: colored, Tuesday shot and perhaps fatrotting mares; Four standard-breof the Blue Grass Blade, infidel and hands high; tally wounded his stepdaughter, Mar- free love weekly, were arrested Satur two work horses, 16 garet Raj. Ross, it is alleged, drove day by a United States marshal for two work mules; five young mules, two and three years old; one BAY the girl from home by his cruelty. Her bending obscene matter through the SADDLE STALLION by On Time, 1st refusal to return home caused Ross to mails. The article that caused this ar- dam Lady Morgan, and six other good commit the act. Ross is in jail. The rest was published October, 1897, and saddle and harness mares and fillies; gelding; one yearling colored people are indignant and may was a most undisguised plea for free one Jack and Jenne , eight cows, Jersey lynch Ross. love. Moore and Hughes were indicted and Shorthorn, four giving milk; three Shorthorn weanling steer calve.--; forty Hospital Train, Leaves Lexington for Ft. in the United States court at Cincin pigs. Also, one New Thomas. nati, where the Blade was temporarily hogs, s ws and e Binder, one Lisc Harrow, one Lexisotos, Ky., Nov. 2. A hospital published, and will be taken before Scraper, one Riding Cultivator train left Camp Hamilton Wednesday Judge liarr at Louisville. and Harrow, hnrns rear. bee hives, BAUGHMAN BROS. etc. afternoon for Fort Thomas, Ky., with A Cutting at Henderson. nov-- 4 'J)S. 117 convalescent patients from various Hexdersox, Ky., Oct. 28. Charles regiments. There are 279 patients still You Are Going North, and Guy Hopegood, two Ne in the hospital here. There have been White quarreled on the street Thurs groes, 43 deaths out of he 2,400 patients. You Are Going South, day morning over a debt of 62. White Goebcl Case Sukmttti d. usked Hopegood for the money. Hope- You Are Going East, Fraskfort, Ky., Nov. 2. The case good whipped out his knife and almost White's head from his shoultesting the constitutionality of the You Are Going West; Goebcl election law was submitted in ders. The wounded man walked three to a physician, the blood the court of appeals Tuesday, all of the PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE briefs being in. Senator Goebcl did (streaming from a gash to the pavement not file a brief. John W. Ray filed the at every step, creating quite a sensa At this hour only brief presented hy the democrats. tiori" on the streets. White has only a short time to live, say Iirze Whisky T.ix. the physicians. Hopegood made his Lawrexceruro, Ky., Nov. 2. Stamp escape across the river. Officers are Deputy C. W. Petty reports the col after hi in. lections on whisky, at the Lawrence-bur- g Louisville Nashville R. R. A Case Out of the Usual Order. office for the month of October to -- ICi.i.ahkthtown, Ky., Oct. 81. Ada S151,491.?b, which is an increase of be more than 50,000 over the same month Smith, colored, has brought suit here against the L. & N. for 2,000 damages of last year. j The Maximum Safety, for allowing a white man in the com' A Ilotel Failure at l'arliu partment of a car set apart for colored The Maximum Paris, Ky., Nov. 2. Jas. Conners, people, and there using offensive and Speed, proprietor of the Ilotel Fordham, this vulgar language. Two or three similar city, has, through his attorney, Dennis suits which have been heretofore Comfort, The Maximum Dundon, filed a petition in bankruptcy, brought in this county have been deLiabilities and assets small. Lexing cided against the railroad and are now Rates. The Minimum ton peonle are the principal creditors. pending in. the court of appeals. IN LETCHLR COUNTY. s liuu-cire- tl ELECTRDPDIBE Dubois webb. PUBLIC SALE. Ilattie Jacobs, Cincinnati, O Patrick and Mary Fox, Maysvllle Ky E. L. Denhard, Louisville. Ky C. D. Doll, Louisville, Ky P. H, Norton. Lexingion Ky F. H . Norton Lexlcgton, Ky Mrs. A. T. Million. Richraon. Ky F. H. Norton, Lexington. Ky Robert Hotfllch. Maysvllle, Ky Mrs. Emma L. Latta, Lexington, Ky C. and Martha Diggs, Lexington, Ky B. A.Spangler, Louisville Ky Gladys IIufTman, Butte Mont Howard Snepherd, LexingtoniKy Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd, Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington, Ky Howard Shepherd Lexington Ky A. J. WIntersmlth, Tadncah. Ky B. L. Eggleston. Lexingtin Ky Marv K. Fadden, Lexington, Ky F. M. Drake. Grand Rapids, Mich Mrs. L. Z. Taylor, Richmond, Ky B. R. Gray, Newport News. Va Mary A. Warren, Lexington, Ky Helen McElrath, Carrolton, Ky Otto E. Vollenwelder, McArthur.O Daniel Boone Club, Richmond, Ky Daniel Roone Club, Richmond, Ky Newland Jones Richmond, Ky..... V. F. White Estate, Lexington, Ky Good it Co., Lexington, Ky W. F, White Estate, Lexington, Ky Annie P. Peay. Lexington Ky A. L. Marschall, Lexington, Ky V. D. Finch. Danville, Ky John L. Fischer, Louisville, Ky D B. Good, Lexington, Ky .., V. N. Gardner, Lexington, Ky Mrs. Jennie Fesler. Cincinnati, O Luke U. Mllward, Lexington, Ky Baptist Church, Paris, Ky R. F.Johnson & Co., Lexington, Ky R. F. Johnson, Baltimore, Md O. R. Marshall. Lexington, Ky W. C. Nichols, Louisville, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky W. B. Anderson and wife, Lexington, Ky. Rev.J V. Riley, Versailles, Ky P. II. Norton, Lexington, Ky D. B. Good, Lexington, Ky Dr. 8. A. Donaldson, Lexington, Ky Dr. S. A. Donaldson. Lexington, Ky G. M. Ashcr. Lexington, Ky A. M. Newton, Lexington, Ky J. D. Purcell, Lexington, Ky Mrs. Sallie Owens, Lexington, Ky F. C. Smith, La Grange. Kyt. ValenteSentrrey. Lexington, Ky Mis. J. D. Armstrong, Lexington, Ky... Total Profit Over Cost 850 9.50 8,V) 8.oo 9.50 9.50 S.50 9.50 8.50 17.it 20.0J 2j06 17.44 20.06 17.44 17.44 15 CO 15.00 15.00 17.41 17.44 17.44 17 44 17.44 17.44 15.00 15.00 850 7.50 7.50 7.50 850 . . ... 8.50 8.50 850 8.50 S.50 750 750 650 650 C5o 650 650 650 650 650 650 650 5550 50.50 1257 1257 1257 1257 1257 1257 1257 1257 12.57 1257 144.C0 144.00 144.00 129.00 141.00 141.00 141.00 13SD0 5050 4G50 4550 49.50 49 50 4950 4850 4650 4450 4750 4150 4150 4650 23.75 1SU0 126.00 135.C0 117.00 117.00 132.00 6150 129.00 126.00 126 00 126.00 126.00 120X0 120.00 123.00 120.00 117.C0 120.00 117.00 117.00 117.00 $4,415.40 4550 44.50 4450 41.50 ...,42aj 4150 4250 4250 4350 r.4250 ....4150 .Alo 7:11-0- ) 4iio $1,668.25 $2,747.15 d 2 A SMITH BOWMAN, Secretary. For particulars call on v J. C. HempMll, local W. C. Slimer. apt Lancaster, Ky. John Hoshal. four-hors- Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Cham- SLIMER & HOSHAL LIVE STOCK SALESMEN If If If If berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is UNION STOCK YARDS, without an eqnal. It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantly and - - - CINCINNATI, O. its continued use effects a permanent cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, PUR COMMISSION CHARGES ARB scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, $3.00 JJ3R CAM FOR HOGS, $ZO. chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and PER CAR FOR CATTLE. granulated lids. References Western German Bank, Cincinna ti.O Dr. fady's Condltloa Powders for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier und vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Sold by ALL WOMEN R.E.McRobert3, Druggist, Lancaster Slioui.l know t'lat "Ola "lime" Keiaetlj. FIRE ail LIFE INSURANCE SPREIGFIELD FIRE ABB MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OP aMi. YORK. CO ' of of of of Robinson & Hamilton Agts Lancaster. Office ovet Post Office. : :: Kentucky rrrrinir-ii--rri-i- Istho best Cor-r- :i :il? 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