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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 2, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898120201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 2, 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. 51 VOLUME IX. TJBLISHED WEEKLY BY L0UI8 LANDEAM. fii PtihHr fsqiiarr rcnf Tianrillr Avrnur Rntrrra at tin Hnm itfller in Lanmtrr. Ky.. a iee.onti niaitf Mnttr tfrHHKX 33 v! KK. IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. KY.. nominy artd FRIDAY. DEOEMBE ,2. at T. 1898. TIBMK OK jl KtfCICiPTJoy The Celebrated - , CoVcq Self Basting Roaster at price within reach of all. It bakes meats and fowls of all kinds. It sells everywhere at 50c and 65c; Our price is 25c Patridge3 sell on the streets for ' 10c Finaf and La'st Notice To Taxpayers The penalty, oes on all taxes not paid by Dec. 1st. All persons not having 1898 tax receipt3 by the next issue of this paper (Dec. 9) will find their prop rty advertised for sale for taxes. This means everyone that has 'not paid thtir tax. Nov. 3o, 1S9& J. B. Sanders, S. G. C. Furs Wanted. I will pay highest Cash price for all N. u. B oik. kinds of Furs. Marksbury, Ky, niv-ll-l- 5, 8, 10 gal Lard Cans, . good quality, the three for $1 Sausage Mill, anil Guaranteed the Latest Patent, we stll at $1.35 Butcher Knives. Good, all steel butcher knife for 1 5cts. A guaranteed knife for only 25cts. Coal Bucket and Shovel, 1 7cts Nickle-platePoker with hardwood handle, we offer for 5cts. d J.R.Haselden Col. W.G.Welch, Stanford. W. 1. Williams Lancaster. apiece. ovS Every thing nice fresh and cheap at T. Curry. For sale Typewriter. Joe Haseld Fine shoes at Joseph's: he court room loafer is in his glory this week too much booze Fresh Oysters daily at Gtines Svral Nothing becomes a lady more than Monday. Elegant line o; Dress Goods at J. Jo a pretty cioak. See those at Joseph's.' Call and see a beautl ul line of Rugs seph's. i Handsome line electric light fixtures J. A. Beazley & Ca Put up the lamps to the depot, Bro. at Thompson's the Jeweler. Counciluu-n- . Raisin-- , Fur , I). Ci irons and LurtheHolidiy Opining at u hi lci . fr at . Currv's' Trr ih resh ptfanut Canuy lit lite TliomponVthe Jeweler, tomorrow, t Kandy Kitche wo. I. i HKe to .Id your Uiu SfW Sa urday. V rj.iC s. Lr apes, i'ed Fa.icy inir nti dyeing. Mrsi Ophelia Dunn. appies ti u. n. uauies. jancaster, Mor- he d iy tra:n Kilte.l two fine hoxs tFes ever broughtXt to Vic:or Learel, a d.iy or row and MeRoberisN dlti Goo I re otf bale Dr.. J. so auo. D. Wealey. nov J. C. Thompson, agent for Honaker, the Florist, Lexington, will be pleased ,ltooks. Large line of Dinner Sits and ChamEx i mine the beautiful-Ne- w line of to take your oriler f r cut flowers. ber bets, just received. 3. ti.Gtinesv 25 ,:ts Books at Stormes' Drug Stoie. Honaker's Chrysanthemums are the Night poi.ct men l'etty has certainly finest in the South. Leave your? or; S.se Morrowi and, McRoberts Christstopped the midnight prow.ers and mas goods, rhej. are arriving every ders with Mr. J. C, Thompson, agen howlers, lie should btygiveu achromo. day. With every Victoria cigar purchased JJooks. ForSale Forty 0U0 lb. steer?; 10 at G. S. Gaines' yu are given a chance New, Cheap and heifers. T. M. and W. McC. John-to- on a fine buggy. Kitl and see buggy and investigate. Stormes' Drug Store. scp-3- f rn 1 1 -. Moxev To Loan On real estate at per cent; address V. S. Lowwill At torney, Danville Ky. 11-- ti cajjget at Gaines will buy ah he SI. 10 a barrel, payable in any goods he handlesG S. tha-cor- s 0 Iteduction. I will deduct 5 par cent, on all sales made for next 3D days, beside givin watch or a handsome umbrella with each suit sold. Considering the quali ty of goods and the low prices, you can save money. Perfect fit or no pay. M. D. Hi'OUEH, Agent. County Court, Oil U HI h n WELCH & WILLIAMS Money to Loan. Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. All business attended to promptly BEAZLEY&BAUGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM-- - BALMIXG a SPECIALTY. Furnitures Carpets, Lancaa' er, Ky. &c. I have just received a special line of Jim Uuck idJail samples from The Royal Tailors, of Change rulpits. Policeman Petty located Jim Buck Chicago, fresh from the mills, and they Elder J. S. Kenilrick, of Danville, Biughmauon Brittle Row the other arj beauties. Call and see tliem. will exchange pulpits with Eld Gow J. C. Ileinphill. day and hustled him behind the bars. en next Sunday, preaching both morn Jim Buck is wanted in Jessamine for We are now offering .buggies, phae- ingand evening. horse stealing. tons, surreys, road wago is and A man should make his mone3' buy eheaper than any one iti Central as much as possible. Notice. The w'ay to save Kenim kj in order to make room for money I' you call for Potts Fiour at the to buy your clothing, dry our large stock of spring vehicles. No eot.as, is leading grocers, and they haven't got boots and shoes Joseph'X it, r r ler iiirect from 11. (.". Potts,B ck- - trouble to show goo Is. Come in MonW. J. Romans Carriage Co.X day he uck- - oar.l to i e sjiven away ev, Kv. Waroi in town d llv by J. B. Jennings is on exhibition Moved to Town. at V. J. Romans' carriage shop. ExPot- neil. Mr. .Inhii A Slone and family h ve amine it and then come in and take a I he meeting of 1 G.irnr County move to town a id ceupv the W. K. chance on nov-it Hible Society, which was .irr inge for S iuars property on York street. Mr. night, was Postponed un Stone will sell a lot of stoc.r, farming last Sunday til rexi Sundiy night. It will hi held i n pigments, etc , at his ol home next LeavH nrd(pq mwv f,iy oil nr in the Christian church, beginning Friday, the 9th steel engraving for the holidaVa Dont promptly at seven o'clock, and all are use a printed or written card. YottHy ill To Wine and Dine. cordially invited, and requested to bu be called "a back number." Stormes The Lancaster Knights of Pythias Drug Store. present. will have public installation of oflicers For Sale or Kent. Stricken by Paralyols. in the Court House the first meeting Ihirteen acres of Land, with resi The many friends of Miss Julia Reid night in January. At the conclusion &c, on Danwill greatly rejret to learn she was of the exercises the members will give dence and outbuilding-stricken by paralysis last week. She a grand banquet, the place yet to be ville street, adjoining B. F. Hudson. 1j J. G. Swkeney. in. had been suffering for saveral dav!. selected. The lodge is in fine working but supposed tlu pain came from rheu trim now, and anyone thinking of 15 ran and Shlpitufr. matism Ske is still unable to walk, joining ought to do so before this big 1 have on hands a fine but the physician says there is strong celebration, for they will miss the and shipstuff. Will deliverlot of bran at $10 and they are not members. treat if probability of recove'. 12 per ton. Buy now while it is cheap. tf hat-nes- s. at-JI i 4 1 1 . For building purposes, or on improved Keal Estate. Teims easy, Ji C. II em phiill I have decided to locate in Lancas I have a few more suits that I cin ter and will move here, with my fami well make to your measure for $10.00. J. C. HetnphilL ly, about December 1st. to nract ce mv -i j W. BuitNETr, M. D..i proiession. y he weather was miserable Monday but a big crowd came in. The merch ants report the best day they have had or many months, though trading in "stoc'.c was unusually dull. A few cat tie were on the market, some of which changed hands, as will be seen in our stock column. The street fakir was absent, the old, blind negro failed to appear on the corner, and, tauen as a whole, the day was remarkably quiet. Another Pike l!ouglt. The Fiscal Court closed the deal with tne Ricnmond pine people Saturd iy per share for the 190 aud paid shares of stuc.c. i he gates iiuVii beu thrown open and the ro.id is now free to tne graveling public ihis leaves only one pike in the county with a toll gate the Stanford The court has made what each member brlieves a fair offer, but the company is holding or its figures. Unless an agreement is reached pretty soon, the court will institute condemnation proceedings and the road wdl gj at tne figures set by disinterested parties. Later The court has taken th necessary preliminary steps and will proceed to condemn the road at once. Wilt Issue I'oiuU. Does more towards beauti fying a table than Silver or T" A T T T7 Qt TTL 1 Hi Outclass. l1 If you appreciate this fact and are desirous of obtain-- f Li X O ing Table Linen of Charm-- j ing design, fine finish andjQ T TD H1 O X V i. XV X . excellent quality at -- jcannot do better than mention our line of As a suggestion to aid ir the Saving of Money tk U O 1J O jO i O WIARKABLYl LOW idown at have marked Closing f TVtOV Out Prices, A a TO Tou should. visit our store) will make skirts of fashion-an- d examine our line. 0nV abi nf We also have a nice linef material, and at prices that of Napkins and Towels. interest vou. tm N TJiE LOG-J.C-OOD'S John nov-25 H. Potts, Gilberts Creek, Ky Fay the Fiddler. 'Ihe ciunty clerks have added on the fifty cents war tax to marriage licenses. As the procuring o; such a document is frequently the beginning of hostilities there should be no kick on payintr for the privilege of engaging in combat Old Time Custom. Dr. J. L. McKee said he would revive the old-tim- e custom of making pastor See our New Line Neckware, Silk Handkerchiefs, Mufflers. GREATESTEVER SHOWN. I Logan & Robinson. al visits, and would call upon every member of the church during his en gagement in Lancaster. He said this practice had been abandoned to a very large degree, but he believed it one of To Our Subscribers. the most important and fruitful duties Several recent issues of The Record of a preacher. have been exceedingly dim, and badly printed, and for this we humbly beg Did Not "Kesign." We have bought We were in error last issue bv sav your indulgence. hundred pounds of new body ing Eld. Gowen had reigned. His several and hope to type, send you a paper time expires January 1st. and he told the congregation if they could cet at - next time which can be read at a dis other man before that time he would tance of five hundred yards. New at tachments for our news press have leave, in oru.r to up his new work. Mr. Gowen has received calls also been ordered, and, when put in from several excellent tilaces. hut. lino running order, we will be prepared to decided to do evangelical work. He send out a paper second to none in the We would have made these will begin in Florida and hold meet- state. ings at several points. He has ap improvements sooner, but printer's pointments in many other places, and material costs much money, and the it is his intention to work all over the aforesaid "much money" was not at our command. We took this office United States. whan it was worn almost to a frazzle, Mill Troperty Sola. an 1, although we had no surplus monMr. William Ward has bought the ey, we have, by rigid economy, gotten s shape mechanically. interest of his partner, Mr. Thomas it in Miller, in the Lancaster Mills. This is Baring accidents, the next issue will one of the largest plants in Central be printed as clean as a new pin. Kentucky. Beside the flouring mills, Horrible Death. there is also a big planing mill plant One of the most terrible deaths that which is equipped with the latest im proved machinery. We understand ever occurred in Garrard county, was Mr. Riehard Ward will return from that of Mrs. Anna Welch Farley, wife London and manage the business, of Mr. Wes. Farley, of Bryantsyille. which will insure the building up of Friday afternoon, about 3 o'clock,Mrs. a big trade. This mill is one of the Farley was rendering lard out in the best industries the town has, and our yard. She turned her back to the fire and a brisk wind blew the flames so people should stand by it- close that her dress was ignited. The flames quickly enveloped her, and she The Royal ia the highest grade bakiag powder kaewn. Antral tests show it goesoae-tklr- d ran about screaming for help. Mr. farther tfcea aay atker araae Farley was attracted by his wife's cries and ran to her rescue. He fought the flames desperately, but did not succeed in extinguishing them until the woman was prostrate and had re ceived her death wounds. She linger ed in agonizing pain for several hours before death, relieved the suffering. Mr. Farley was badly burned while .fighting the flames. Mrs. Farley was a daughter of Mrs Sallie Welch, and belonged to one o the best families in the county. She was 29 years old and leaves 'our chil dren two boys and two girls the oldest about ten years of age. She was a member of the Methodist church and a lovely, christian lady. There in tins were interred at Danville Satkoym. aMOM rowatit oo., hiw veac , urday. ko first-clas- The Fiscal Court met again Satur- lay and resumed its deliberations over the bond question. It was agreed to 33,000 worth o bonds, bearing issue 4 per cent, interest payable semi-a- n nuaily. Five thousand dollars is to be paid at en 1 of t five years and the bonds taken up at rate of one thous and dollars a year until the thirtieth year, at which time four thousand will be paid. The court appointed Judge Burnside and Messrs. W. H. Kinnaird and B. F. Hudson to negotiate the sale. The bonds will be advertised in several eastern papers, and, as the county is free from debt and in splendid shape, they will, beyond all doubt, bring a handsome premium. Sealed bids will be asked and they are to be opened December 19th, 1893. fi.-s- DUl CO, T POWDER - Circuit Court. Christmas Greeting-The November term of the Garrard j To every reader of this, we extend Circuit Court convened Mond iy with a cordial and earnest greeting with Judge M. C. Saufley on the bench and the utmost enthusiasm and satisfacCommonwealth's Attorney Owsley on tion. We are enthusiastic for the reahand to look after the state's interests. son that the prospects of the seasou The first thing in order was the swear-n- arc particularly promising for both in o sheriffs and Mr. Sanders ap buyer, and seller; we are satisfied, bepeared with the following as deputies: cause,- anticipating an unusually large Wm. Ward, Perry Long, Alex Walker demand for holiday goods, we have and Jesse Sanders. The grand jury put in place a stock so complete, so was then empannelcd and the judge. meritorious, so perfect, that we know in his usual forcible, clear manner, in we can please the purchgsing public, formed the members what they were and are equally positive that the3' will expected to do. The petit or standing be plfased with themselves for dealing jury was then selected and all con with us. earned rolled up their sleeves and Our stock is most attractive, and waded into the business to be disposed embraces the latest novelties, the best of. The juries are made up as follows: of goods of the reliable kind. The assortment is one calculated to meet GItAXD JURY. taste, means aed preferences of every Jno. W. Brown Ben W. Hughes individual likely ro enter our store. If T. J. Hatcher J. W. Flower standard merit and extensive variety Joe Mullins Ed Speaks go for anything, they will score us a S. S. Dickerman Jno Tribble record for the present season that will J. B. Parks Jas GulJey see all our old customers better satis 0. J. Moberly JasF. Prather fied than ever before, and new ones PETIT JURY put on the list as friends of an estab. J. M. Barlow Gilbert Turner lishment that believes in dealing hon Givens Terrill J. W. Rainey orably and liberally with its patrons. Dave Thompson Robt Martin We are determined to make a notable Erank Holtzclaw J. N. Unlet feature of the holidav-P. W. Spencer Robt Allen shopping perioJ, and are pre pared to Robt Gulley Hiatt Stigall serve all who come promptly, politely H.A. B. Marksbury Logan Ison g and satisfac:o nly. If Bright Herring Albert Skinner goods at prices have any influence on our customers, their W. H. Wherritt Clel Terrill dealings with us this season will be Wm Totten Jno Marsee emineptly pleasant. Every art icle we D. M. Lackey W. T. Pherigo show is the best of its class, every class Geo. Durham E. W. Harris ruprc emeu i vaneu ami complete. You h ave only to inquire for what you NOTES neea, 10 nave presented what you The Commonwealth's docket was the want.fresh from the best and latest first taken up, and the following cases markets, and possessing the riehtkind of value for the right kind of price in have been disposed of: instance. That question of Robt.Boatley, colored, assault Fifty every will be price another loadstone to dollars fine in two cases. trade. We have two settled Joe Grant, colored, gaming 29 fine. principles strongly in view to give Homer W. Batson, having presented full and exact value for every dollar with you and his license, was duly sworn in a at spentuowar us, as to helpshould, make go tnat lar as it and torney at this bar. aaywhere-else- . Exmuch farther than Casey M. Owsley filed. certificate of perience and care have enabled us to honesty, probity and good demeanor buy our superb stock at the closest possible flgnres. and a brisk demand and will be examined for law license for .the same affords us an opportunity at present term. to.turn our money quickly. We are, Sam Goodloe, a negro, was sent to therefore, more incliaed than ever to the pen, two years for cutting WTest shade profits to a poitvt that will mako this store the prominent and popular Graves. one with every person who appreciates As we go to press the trial o f Porter trustworthy goods when seen, and Warren is in progress. It will be re reasonable prices when backed up by solid, tangible value of the practical membered Warren killed a negro nam kind. ed Grant Warren, on Battle Row about One more word we invite you to vis a year ago. A trial was had last court it our store, and we intend to make you welcoma If you do not come to but the jury failed to agree. There buy, you are many lawyers in the cise, and a Courteousare still expected and wanted. treatment will convince number of speeches are to b3 made. yon that we are here to please; a sight A number of small Commonwealth's ol our admirable assortment ol goods will up to a knowledge of cases have been disposed of, but none whateducate youappropriate and s. is novel, of interert to the public. We make our bow to our cus1 inry has re tomers with the conviction that we Uo to today the eran turned no indictments, but it ia under shall suit one and all. We thank yon stood the jury is hot on the trail of a for past patronage, and we show our practical appreciation of the same by number ol presenting our best stock and our rest good corn prices at this, the best of all best ocWanted Two at highest cash market, price. Fresh. casionsthe Holiday Season- - of 189$; ggs 16 cts. II. 1A rt OBT1ICOTT, stormes umg store. girt-givinheart-warminhome-cheerin- g ct first-clasevif-doers, A BRYANTgyiULfc. j ILl lfcjMttCK CATO BABOEP. ft ifrHA MT. Tou. &lala. the Ojjltetf MMWr"ltftB V:tty VV prutfi110, j Mnipterer. Who 9? V Mt Boldest With an A ikt Prnalty fur UU Cf.ffic. 2i,-V- f Mr. Len Hudson purchased the dou Ky.. Not. cato ' LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ble toll gate house and lit on the Dan- i hanged Here shortly ftf .er noon pike. Prlcrpiid, Friday for the murderol vla Md shanty-boaville and Lanvastir GOODS! t . Is now 73r, id 37-31 31; .... l.00 about two nun r d and twent3--- to resident named AsUca on Septeiu-- i YFi.fc.IH aPVAHCB... Hi aollars. p:i"ni !ONB MOUTHS. "Uir-I1- 7 19. 1S9T. Askew, whtt Wl,s an old ler . .35 " " 0)3 Mrs. Janie Frd, of Lcxing'.on, was 0jat,, had employed. Cato aT .,d John e c yoa th.3 foL owin?; '33, an will on a business trip SaturJHj' Miss ey to do some woik for hiu on the goods: Mcelvt-and they F1UDAY December 3 1808. Mahan is vul:iag in J examine this Ehanty-boa- t, a plan -- i.. m rmiiu npiun weeK. Leverins P 1 :ki e Coffee at aira. 1iu nim ana rol mm Th 09c c had a small stock ot ods, which he in Jet8inji!ie. givwig with fnerU lb Sweet chocolate at JjfAlN has yielded the la-- t important M. Jennmgu and .vifc visited iheir pa- dealt in with fanners, and had laid by 2 lb Cm 3 06c Cirn ? iei at point and the n initiations at Fans are rents, suaday. c few dollars. 2 lb Cm hand packed Tomatoes goes at pract cally at an end, only mmor mat06c Two men entered the room while The sooner a cough or cold is cured ters re naining to be adjusted be.ore a rr'ubout harm to the B1 florer tne bet- - Askew was sleeping I trained him with 2 lb Can Aunt Betsy Peas goes at 05c peace can be sijjntfd. The treaty of ax. M,d threw the body co.da are dangerous, a double-bitte- d 08c 3 lb Can Boston Baked Beans goes at say at Mon ter. L.utfermg is distressing One into the river. Tbett;-- murderers then Hacking cough And every thing else as cheap in proportion. Don days joint session, the Spani-- h C m Minute Congo Cure quicKi.v cure it. took possession ot all the old man's fail to see our fruits before you bake your cakes. missioners announced that Spain :c Why suffer wh mi b " ci.ug; cure i.s property, inchwliiijj the boat. This ccnted the p oposition of the United wittiiu reach? It i t ih caused suspicion, and tbey were arrcst- Yours For Cash, Stat.-- ! s to the Pailippins. and will taste. At Sionnes Drur Store. lm Good Bj Ki.sllHh Sparrow. cd and the boat searched. When A WINNER KILLED. cede the isla di to this Government, ! on. est dcatui ih.i i.i brought to jail the men confessed, and Daws Hughe, lawyer, Oae u. the reciivin-- a cash payment ot 20,000,000 w lues-- . , oeeui ed were taken to Princeton for fear that Cheatlnr Alleged by a I'oxcr Player He papr man, and John Wani.m 's The Spanish rep y protests against the community i vcr Procured a Shotguu and Slide Ce They got only Mrs J W. a mob would business manager ier in L i nearer, American deaian Is. assarts that Spain here Thai KSivuig day yard ren e - 73. Holley wa9 given a life sentence, of It, S.lllnc a Man. m- -t a tl sev.-ra- i da-- s Farley, wiiile out in he ' said, agoa-has exhausted the resources of diplo-inir. as c u '.l and Friday Cato paid for his share in . , Capt.iin. y- u Jimw r u ing a ketie ; i , Louisvillb, Ky., Nov. 25. George in resisting1 p opostis tint - the crime. .. .it bin- ed 1 eve Miller, aged 30 years, a driver for a m wuslnely, ii fae fi ., as uaj ist, confesses that tire an. i Jk.l . .. bil ... c u. b STALLIONS FIGHT. tannery, was shot and instantly killed year or miirn t.ac ,o mms eniriril S rewiusci are not Mich as to or; tne tluuitsy f ihe hours stter by John Isenberger, also a teamster, ii udv is.' d'ViisiE.vr and tntim .t . enable to ren.jw hostilities, and Sue nved on v e TbeThnrnu;librait Saddle llurte Rpd Squirivo Thursday night shortly after 10 o'clock. s veral times, vhat you eli cd o declares tiiat she accepts the propos :Ciii:nt. A very rel Kill Brilliant, llotn Owned !y y d m Tha shooting occurred at Piazza's sa- thinr. or -- m bo v. was jo t.i als of the American Comm.ssion "in was 'te.d at ner n W. F. Owilejr, Jr. . ...en r u iei loon, Jacob and Breckinridge streets, fer I u, n.m r.- - dy ti. unioad 0. .' to avoid bloodshed and from R;v. Iiuiupnr-yher m .ins were lui I t rest . . iie ii itiv.. e and was the result of a quar- I have bren e r vt. t i H crus.ide Columbia, Ky., Nov. 28. W. F. Owsconsideration o humanity and J he iincum-was lirn , if e mvery. sn.' teave a iiisoau I a it ley, jr., of Burkesville, who was the rel over a card game. The men iga.nst that p st f r ius itnimtl, yclept o inoiii ii h r ss four m Ii u: dr Y ,u h ive oub reading and translatio ojcn'ivinv ss owner of the two thoroughbred saddle and several others began playing t E 'lts.i rmrr ct h ' ri. ompura iv.- - ar.-iu a d bt M y G after 7 o'clock. less n..tic-dihii stallions, Red Squirrel and Brilliant, poker shortly tiian five tni'iiite- . e.ti i in. v. I'tj how .t tvaa not mi'iitiou d has met with a serious loss. Red Squir- Isenberger lost heavily and finally ac of that iin. Y e. rel killing Brilliant. The door of the cused Miller of cheating. This the lat- was. By p m sum i.f the Lancaster A thi i Spain Iv hi. cine lJl in Co., I arranged a wire stable in which Red Squirrel was ter denied, aad Isenberger declared F n can Seman s for: Tii.ii s a e . .. .!.-U kept was, by accident, left un- that he "would stand it no longer" and alonjr by the ide o the electric wire ; Gtt to R co an I t m ii. II W ). i ' i.tU nod fastened, and during the night he left the saloon. He returned a short wnich enters my res deuce, so close as urrendfr of sovereignty id Cuba; h e t tile t) Vi almost to be in touch with ;t, but sepd got out, went to Brilliant's door, and while later with a arc cestion of the entire hiitpp.-. with his teeth unfastened it. A de.s- shotgun and demanded the monry h arated by very minute insulators, so as pelaro. In return, the U .itfd States o preserve a perfect circuit. These Lot. perate fight ensued, resulting in the lost. Miller, who was the biggest winp:i3-Spp'n the sum of S2 .OOJ.OJ-- or Many have lost c ntidenc: i n pe death of Brilliant, Rod Squirrel chok- ner, laughed at him. This angered Isen wires are so close that a bird on I gh the Fh.l ppincr, bat refuses toabsume c ut, t v liavi ing him to death. Mr. Owsley is well berger and he struck Miller. The lat- ing. necessarily pfrchs on both of or to guarantee any part of the Cuban as well as een told i he r K dn y is se known over the state as a dealer in ter picked up a poker and began beat them, when an elec ric shuck quickly debt. Fol.x' K n y Cure is fancy horses. He paid S'J.500 for Red ing Ins adversary over the head with sends him to the ground. They remi-tlfor t e :l s our Squirrel In Fayetle county, and 51,200 it. Isenberger finally pushed him oft killed an . covered tne ground so rap- Office, National Bank. "moni-has gone the Guiranie.-Anotiikr kins" so ate. C.ill a: any i c . for Brilliant. and raising his gun fired both barrels idly, and there was so much d.mger of way suc.t thieve generally wenu their ed and lm at the man, who fell dead. His breast .i stench rising from their decaying storo. way. Grant C G.llett, who was THE GREAT TOP GALLANT. was horribly torn. Isenberger was ar- b. d es that I was afraid Marshal D c the largest cattle trader in the SWEENEY, Walker or Joe Petty would : rr st me rested. westj has disupprared, leaviug creditThe Olrbrated Homo Whs Kuncfcrd Uunru as a ommon uuisauc.;. I tnere.ore ors dancing to the tuue of about two (o Tfune f)tlirr Til n V. f. Aloir HABITUAL CRIMINAL LAW. i Miss Nannie .Vcl'arley eio e laced nndi r the wire, the fu:l length million dollars. While the blame is andrr, of Ch ttnoucti. school at l.e.zt-y'- s seino' hous on of the circuit, a deep trough c.maln-ins- r s d iled on GiHett, yet there is no Thursday a ter-- o i , w h :ipprooriat Const llutlon.tlity AttacKrd by a Stilt ap dcdo'-isiiid composer Lexisgtox, Ky.. Xov. 29. It deriled in r'ranUfori by W. C. lloiilM, doubt but that many other are in the '- e so that each bird as it M. at o eerc s s. i a e velops Monday night that W. J. Alexof Lexinxlou. bi T.iis t ing o: on m n s T binefl of tin- c ii p Vat d .i.to nithi.in. esT l.i.n 't thJ ander, Chicago, to whom great imp. getting awav witn larg.- - good row i r at Fbankfop.t, Ky., Nov. 20. W. C. birds catch on? "Of course they d.d. Top Gallant was knocked down for & im. belonging to many, is al bosn p t .i pleasant l me 20,000, is pone other than W. I. hoods, oi Lexington, tiled a suit in but they .fell off .s fast as ther cuugut TO BE AT T .ere are b ui.d i be o.heis iniu the Late 'o bed an i ear y t nse Alexander, well known citizen of the court of appeals attacking the. on. O.i! 1 un erst nd you now. Yes, r.ibbeiy. 'I he poor devil who steals a - sks a pi" f ,r ni hom. a Chattanooga, and that he bid the constitutionality of the "habitual t iey ciutnt on to my s: a .1 hog is made to do tmie in a penitentia and c mrno ons-nt- , re u d hore in for Maj. J. B. Ewing, Nash- criminal" law. The proceedings are ry. but a gai.g can 'incorporate,' steal But eany to led ann a L ttle the pi that in ik.s lie on e ville, Tenn., former owner. Kinon brought in favor of Thomas lien f r some tin e o go the vir . f ma .y thousuuus of collars and its all e and wmr At Stone, Georgetown, Ky., was bidding derson, a Layette county convict, now was great.y disturbed ,nd anno.ed, opie would rse up and riirnu it tne tr lm on horse fpr a syndicate willing to pay serving a life sentence on the ground aot only at the .aimre of my scheme, and hai g a fi w of these artl.crrfile pf three convictions. Hobbs attack but I v n rti.tly d M B An t F because Many Attractive Features not Displayed by ou d .i.yi be a ch t.l.eve, te-'r.ifn - I 110,000. other Stores the law on the ground that it violates ou .10 any, a native bir i, wu.ch 1 - we. .f i ;. :;s.illt Ivtn. JJn.prr Mxrrird. put upon the mildly termeu 'd(,f..u by their own special importers. the constitutional provision that was desirous of Si. 11 Am w m i lo .s. , to her b.sk., ' Louisville, Ky., Nov. 25. Miss Ivy whic i I ia-Richmond. Mrs. Robert Lana, oi Row 1,1. Moran and John L. Shannon, of neither Ufa or liberty shall b twlc lis li u i.y i ue very G :s. Bttti.er. who recently returned land, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. Moreland, Ky., eloped to Jeffcrsonville put in jeopardy for the same offense. The question has never been passed on .r, cut iff tin current, CRLture.i aid Mrs. Wm. Palmer, of Thursday and were married. from Havana to Washington, says the B. Perkins. Mr Killed a number u! he . Ctb ms are anxious and ambitious for Pai it Lick, spent several days last Shannon went to Miss Moran 's home by the Kentucky Courts. tuf Business, fed -- ud. wired in maud se government, but thinks military week with her parents Mr. and Mrs Thursday morning ostensibly to cat hen R!fh Find of Kanlne, PHONOGRAPHY, FOR A f intervals along on the wire, lhis o. c patiou with be necessary for Joe Sowder. Mrs. J. F. Smith, of Crab Thanksgiving dinner. He had npt 5ui!Cr8or t" Lackfj A Gulltn TourKiKSViLi.K, Ky., Nov. 28. An exsome time. Gen. Iiutler adds his tes Orchard, is visiting her mother, Mrs. been there long, however, before he ceedingly rich field of kaobinc" is re not only kept the native birds away as tney will not go near the English First-Cla- s Telegraphy timony as to the filth of Havana, but Belle Austin. and the young lady had agreed to ported over in the edge of Allen eoun faj-the Spaniards have promised to plope. They left her home in his huggj, ty, near the Monroe county line. John sparrow, dui each one of the latter For Pneumonia. bei-ithoroughbred, "de work in connection with the haying they were going to take a short Shelbj', a prospector in the employ? was a coy duck- for the other sparrows. Dr. J. C Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., drive. Americans to put the c'.ty in better I jiient of a Bowling Green and Chicago then stood back and gave the sparrows io rJitiou. He thinks evacuation may says; I have used Foley's Honey and Erntaclclans Faying Their Tasec. companj', made the valuable discovery. a chance, and great was COMMERCIAL COLLEGE be completed ten days before the date Tar in three very severe cases of pneu the slaughter HANDSOME TURNOUTS, , Fraxkfout, Ky., Nov. 29. Stati Mr. one of the leading mem men ana monia the past month with good re Auditor Stone has received so far this lh?re perpetrated. fixed. Thev bers of the firm, left here with mining could not sults." Call at any drug store. lm month, more than $800,000 from understand how these dum REASONABLE PRICES KENTUCKYU N IVERS1TY. tools and a force of men to make my sparrows Gov. Bbadley has declined the invi stood it unmoved, and sheriff's collections of taxes. The 0 further developments. Mr. Taylor is S. W. COR. MAIN AND MILL STS., FLATWOOD. unhurt, while they wore falling by the tation to deliver an address of welcome per cent penalty goes on all unpaid very enthusiastic over the discovery, Over National Exchange Bank and Y.M.CA.J SPECIAL ATTENTION TO hundreds, and they seemed greatly to to the Louisville Legion upon its re taxes December 1, and it is anticipated RpfprPnPOThoaaandj of accfi'-fresent the very idea that those birds CllbC ates iuclqJing liJ iu bank. 1ml turn. He says he is forced to this by C. W. Graves bought a hog from 01- - that this will swell the aggregate for Kentucky Returns All In. official!. TRAVELING MEN. lie Reed. could live, while they by acting in the "circumstances which might render Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 29. The state he month to more than a million, and Award orjlrdal and Diploma at WorlJ' f Exposition, fur very same way were dying in such Mr. Ora Parton has moved into J. B. etc. h!s presence embarrassing." It will will make this the banner year for tax board of election commissioners have . A Thorough. Influential, and Honored great numbers; and many of them be remembered the governor and CoL Parks tenant house. Hundreds of during theprcsept state ad received the vote of Ohio county, thus collections Flowers. Shade. College. from 2U states. students in attendance lL past year Cistleman had a newspaper war of making the returns for the November lest their valuable lives out of mere Ihe farmers in this viciiity are ministration. Basinrsa Coarse rnsit of Business Arithmetic, rrnmanship.Cnmmerriat La, words previous to the Legion's depar- nearly all done gathering corn. election complete. Secretary Finley bravado and jealousy. But quite a Merchandising, llankins. Joint Stiwk. ManufacBlue Grass Nurseries. Fought With Knivrs. turing. Lecture. Basinets Practice, Jlrrcantile Corture for Porto Rico. refuses to give out the aggregate dem number of them finally drew off in utMr. J. C Fox bought a hog from respondence, etc. Ewixg, Ky., Nov. 29. Goo. Graves ocratic plurality iu the state, but it ap- ter discouragement What did I do James Worrell for 2.75 per hundred, Shorthand. A Kansas girl has a legacy of S500,- are apeelaltlea; haTe special teacher, and room,. and Charles Grason, brothers-in-laproximates 21,000. The returns have then? I had to adopt a new plan. 1 taken alono or with J. G Fox bought twelve head of cat- living near here, engaged in a fight been cut off the oireult and observed the Everything for Orchard, Lawn and can heKe ntuckr University the Uusinrys Couth-000 with which to cultivate her voice. arranged alphabetically, and BSTThe Diploma under fal. She could save much time in accom tle in Lincoln county, for 3 to 3 here Monday morning. Graves lies at blank certificates have been provided situation. After a while one bird, ev- and Garden. Fruit and Ornamen awarded our graduate. UT Special for tho per pound. idently a stranger, came along and tal Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Summer, 10. Courso of plishing this end by getting married, the point of death, cut in half a dozen for the use of the commissioners at the W3 Samuel Brewer is on the sick list, places by Grason's knife. Grason's meeting Wednesday. perched on the wires, then one of my Small Fruits, Rhubard, Asparagus month.Special Courso of Penmanship, Z per as then the daily lectures given hubby watching crowd, then another, and and all stock grown in nurseries. of OradnateaiortheKnmmer andattending Fall anwioDt would strengthen her vocal organs Mrs. Mary Eurr is also numbered with wife interfered and received a bad cut this College hare the privilege of tl Meningitis Bt another, lit on the wire, and finally Prices reasonable, as we employ no Literary Department of Kentucky Cn'ner.itr. much more rapidly than a course in a the sick. A Convention of Tobacco (Ironers. if desired, to June, l9d, free ofrharce. Bextox, Ky., Nov. 20. Some uneas there was a grand James Cold iron gave a social to the conservatory. rush, and all sit- agents. Descriptive catalogue on So Vacation. Enter now. LiEXIXOTon, iv j'., jnov. us. a conveniness is being felt here for fear that ting space, and young folks of this vicinity last Thurs Call at the College for new Catalogue of till Colmost of the standing application to from all over lege, containing an endowment of nearly am i.fiM The death sentence of Portwood, day night, the 24th. All present re tion of tobacco growers this city Mon spinal meningitis may become epi room, was consumed. Sudlenly the former pupils now in Kentucky wilLbc held in demic, as it did in 1891. That year the current H. F. HILLENMEYFR address its President, business, etc., in tbU cite, or wno muracrea uicic 1'erKins, a crip- ported an enjoyable time. went on, and as suddenly the day. Numerous circulars have been people became so alarmed over the disWILBUR R. SMITH, pled man, on his knees begging for Lexington.Ky When you ask for De Witt's Witch put and many delegates will be pres ease that the town was almost depop whole crowd of sparrows passed to Phone 27. mercy, has been commuted to a peni Hazel Salve don't accept a counterfeit that undiscovered country "from LEXINGTON, KY. ent. The object pf the meeting is to ulated. Manj deaths resulted in the whose bourne no sparrow returns." tentiary life term. Mrs. Portwood's or imitation. There are more cases of fight the big plug tobacco trust. 50 YEARS' town and surrounding country. Two And that is why English fear of her daughters being disgraced. Piles being cured by this, than sparrows are EXPERIENCE deaths have resulted this week from so scarce in and the insanity dodge are said to all others combined At Stormes' Drug Nurses Leave Ixlns;tnn. this city. J win work my scheme next in Stanford." Thn m. the have secured the chanee. IjExixgtox, ity., aov, 2H. On a it, but no new cases are reported. optician will be at the Store. lm Daws Hughes, lawyer, newsnanar man luasou rioiei, Mr. Woods Walker and wife have special train of three sleepers and one They Eloped to Lexington. Mast public men at Washington be returned from Illinois, where they baggage car C4 female nurses from the Richmond, Ky., Nov. 25, After tell- and John Wanamaker's business man- Monday, 2 1898. lieve that within five years Cuba will have been visiting lriends and rela John Blair Gibbs hospital, Camp Ham ing her uncle, Mayor Claude Smith, of ager here in Lancaster, winked one of Returning one day each mouth. Eyes pass into the possession of the United ilton, left Lexington over the Chesa this city, that she was going to Cincin his eood eyes at a Stanford man. and 1RADE IVIArlKS tives. Mr. John Lovell and wife, are examined and glasses scientifically ad Designs States, after having a trial at free gov- visiting X. Y 7 in Rockcastle. Mr. Mose Law peake and Ohio road for the southern nati to visit friends, Miss Hallie Tudor, passed on, used. Copyrights Ac. ernment. camps. Aarono sending a sketch and description mar son and wife, visited her grand-motdaughter of S. L. Tudor, proprietor of quicciT ascertain our opinion ireo wnetner an Good' Price for a Yearling. er, Mrs. Nancy Best, of Paint Lick, . Bottom Prices, invention is proDaoiy tentable. Communlca- the Shepherd hotel, Irvine, joined her Soaking, healing, cleansing, tlons strictly confldentt Uandbook on Patents I cm bound to sell goods, and in Daxville, Ky., Nov. 29. B. G. and lover, Mr. Sam Vaugh, brother of exlast week. senffree. Oldest arenc for securing patents. Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the implaPatents taken through Jlunn & Co. receive Monte Fox sold to J. C. Aubinger, New County Clerk Vernon L. Vaugh, at the der to do so I am special notice, without charge. In the The service of Nmseswbo have graduated cable enemy of sores, burns and selling absolutely from the Louisville Training School can be Constipation prevents the body from Haven, Ct., a yearling pacing filly by depot here and the two eloped and all-wowounds. It never fails to cure Piles. goods, from Wanamakar & secured at the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary of Nuthurst, dam Annie B, by Abdallah were married in Lexington. Both are You may rely upon it. At Stormes' ridding itself of waste matter. De A 'handsomely Illustrated weekly. Ijireest clr-eolation of any scientific Journal. Terms, 13 a Witt's Little Early Risers will remove Membrino, for 81,000. Tbe filly has prominent young society people of Ir- Brown, at Philadelphia prices. Suits BIchmond, Ky,; price $15 per week, except in year Drug Store. four months. tL Sold by all newsdealers. lm. for 88, 810.50 and 812.50 that cost from contagious cases, for whleh $20 is charged vine, Estill county. the trouble and cure Sick Headache, paced quarters in 132. Application for nurses should be made to tbe Billiousness, Inactive Liver and clear 83 to 85 more elsewhere. uperjnt endentof Infirmary. Branch Office. 5 V 8U Washington, I. C. They are Work on the Kcutucky. F.ll the Ytre. Carpenter' Fatal FjIL the Complexion. Small, sugar coated, Nov, The Harrodsburg Sayings says Lock don't prire or cause Lebaxox, Ky 20. Tosh Ky., Nov. 28. John selling and giving satisfaction, tcme Louisville, nausea. At No. 7, at High Bridge has been comThomas, a farmer living near here, fell Morris, a carpenter, was fatally injur and save money. Fits guaranteed or Drug Store. lm ORGANIZED 1888. pleted and is, now, receiving the fin- Stormes' while putting wood on the fire. His ed Sunday afternoon by falling from no pay. M. D. Hughes. Air't. ishing touches! Ti:e foundation of sister ran to assist him, but was too the triumphal arch which is being Thousand Dollar for a Horse. PIT1ZKNS NATIONAL BANK, this immense wall is a stratum of TO The Danville Advocate says B. G. fc late to rescue him. He died from his erected across Jefferson street below He Had Noticed It. four feet in thickness and left Monte Fox have sold to J. C Hubin- - burns a few hours later. U Fifth in honor of the return of the Or LAHOASTEB. JY. Have you ever noticed that men as nature fixed it The stones that ger, of New legion. Haven, Conn., a yearling Raided a Moonshine Still. and their wives generally grow to have been built in the dam are perfect pacing filly Governor Appoints a Lieutenant. for one thousand dollars. Columbia, Ky., Nov. 28. Deputy look alike after thay have been marr: and large, wejghing from one to two Capital, $100,000 filly was sired by Nuthtirst, dam United States Marshal John A. Burton Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 29. Gov. ed for a few years?"' thousand pounds. No. 8, ten miles"up The old Annie B., by Abdallah Mambrino. and posse made a raid in Adair. They Bradley, on recommendation of Col. t te river, is in process of construction. She has been handled a short time by captured and destroyed a still about Colson, has appointed William A. Hay-- "Oh, yes. Both of them nearly al Surplus Fund Indianapolis, Peoria and 15,000 Tae large stones-arbeing brought on Will Owing, and Mr. Owings ways have the th'nka two miles from Milltown. It was in craft, of this city, second lieutenant of Chicago News. same sad expression." Michigan Points the cars from Beattyville and loaded she is the very finest in all this coun operation, but the distillers made their Company L, 4th Kentucky, now at Trains leave Seventh Street Station into a steamboat and carried up the ty. With no great deal of worl: BUSINESS SOLICITED. We have also noticed that a fellows she Ala. He succeeds Lieut. Nolan, and First Street Station. rier. Where the Cincinnati South-era- 'j has shown him quarters in 32 2 sec- escape. There were besides the still resigned. mouth and his sweethearts mouth look OarafBl aad Prompt Attention GoratM about 100 gallons of singlings, which City Ticket Office, 218 Fourth Avenue track is nearest the river, a short onds, and an eighth very much alike because they have in 15 Mr. were destroyed. distance from the tunnel, a stout wire Second District Gangers. Hubinger is a millionaire starch man been together so much. S. President J. H. HiaaiMCTHAM lies been stretched across the river, Residence Burned. Owensboro, Ky., Nov. 28. Collector rjwii T. Lxatxu. General Agent Passenger Dep't seinrely fastened on each side. By ufacturer, with a fondness for fast Ky Nov, 29. B. F. Adair's Franks has appointed the following Carlisle, Premiums. pacers. The Advocate man saw the Louisyillx Ky Csaalex 8. F. Hddsojt Means of a pnlley the large' stones are 21,000 check which residence burned Monday morning. storekeeper-gauger- s from eligible list: Although our prices are as low as the heient for this one. Loss, $5,000; fully insured. Assistant Caah't If. O. SMHST raised from the car, slided along the E. B. Bodlne, Logan county; P. O. Felix, lowest, to increase patronage, A Crescent Route. yery fifetty piece of paper. was a Qaeoa the BookketpM vrire and lowered into the boat. The It Grayson; W. J. L. Hughes, Crittenden; Howard Tailoring comnan.y of Chica O. D. Walkib DANVILLX. Tobacco destroyed la the Storm. wire or i ol is very stout, for some of Charles Edwards, Webster; Bion Jolly, go, will give an American Suveroin HORTH BOUND. Many a househoNfe.is saddened by Bostos, Nov. 80. Between 975,000 Breckinridge; John W. Postell, Chriak watch, or a high class, Nnmber 10 (Dally except Sunday). ...6:09 a. m. the stones weigh over 2,000 pounds. death because of the failure to keep handsome um Number 6 ( Dally except Sunday ) . . . . 1 :43 p. m. NBXCTOK8: 'J he person who disturbed the conon hand a safe and absolute certain and 9100,000 worth of tobacco stored in tian. Number i (Dally) Flag brella, latest style handle, value 82.50 4:17 p.m. Number a (don't stop) I. X. MiaaiirmoTXXK, Lxwia T. Lxxtszl, gregation last Sunday by coughing, is cure for croup such as the Ore Minute the bonded warehouse of Lewis Wharf with each suit of clothes er overcoat, SOUTH BOUSD. T.X.AXXOLD, requested to call at.any drugstore and Cough Cure. See that yoar little ore was destroyed by the extremely high OH CUBAN RELIEF COM bought of them. This does not change J.I.JOsTJMOX, .11:43 a. m. Number 1 (don't stop) K. C. Anou, Jr. B. T. Hestox. Cohc, Neuralgia and Tootbadie get a bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar are protected against emergency. A tide'of the late storm. The ownership Number 5 (Dally except Sunday).. ..11 U0 a. a. iagreadunrtM. Soar Stomach price or quality, and a fit is guaran- AUZ.kXM, J.J.I m. of the tobacco is distributed amoB'g Number 9 (Daily except Sunday ) which always gives relief. M. D. Hughe, Agt aid" StutiMr Cottpttlirti. rrtc; 26"CMla. teed. lm Stormes' Drug Store. lm Fom balf dozen concerns, WM p jb. dumber 3 (Midnight flag) Don't Buy Now. WAIT and SEE our HOLIDAY 1 Hcl-ber- They are Arriving and is the THANKSGIVING np xi lau vn'c n'T b3??iiti? ?i:m 3rl 3f j ijir oc i Fiuest Lioe we Mare Ever Siiuwu Courier-Journal- 's R. E. McRoberts. t r s- hang-them- . BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. fri-si- - - "e i - . EPH. P. BROWN, Mgr. 4 hr - m-- i de-ir- ti' -- -- . m .i- -- - e Be on the Safe Side and -- - t ; i - 1 double-barrele- e -' s -- he-i.- t Insure your Tobacco. R. KINNIARD w.-r- e di-c- o pe.-ha- hi-- r - $ Fine Holiday Novelties p.e-par- h- 1 r Sto-m- LILLARI) s- - .i- VI- 1 mi-a- n LILLARD 8c STOUT. -- " W. H. LACKEY, s n nrsi-c:as- s, WHY STABLE. Taj-lor- Fruit. Fall, 1898. l-- Book-keepin- Sr. R. EDld5tein, well-know- n - January .MIS SUITE h Trained Nurses. Scientific American 1m lime-fston- ", CHICAGO! BEST TERMINALS e Store-Keep- J. GATES. . 3:.m. rldllCrS HEBE WE KEEP A SHOUTING SHOUT! - M)M TALKS! J. L. FEOHMAU & GO. DANVILLE, KY. WE ABE SELLIN GTHE BEST GOODS FOE, THE MONEY. ALL OUR GOODS ARE GUARANTEED. Underwear, Nobby Line Men's Odd Pants, Men's Fine Suits . of Neckwear. Cotton, Wool, at every price. from $5 to $18. I Balbriggan Union Suits Warranted Never to Rip. 4f New Styles Up -to - date Stuff. Best Workmanship, Style, Fit. for Men and Boys. Suits Made to Order here Full Dress Shirts, Dress Men's Pine at our Store. Dress Shoes, Work Shoes, Stylish Colored Shirts. Overcoats. Farm Shoes, at Low prices. Umbrellas, Canes, Night Robes Best Unlaundered Shirts, 50c. 4 Fleece-lined, . Storm Overcoats, Top Coats. Same for Boys and Children. WORK SHIRTS. Call, see them and Save Money Bath Robes, Holiday Goods J. L. FROHMAN&CO, OBITUARY. DANVILLE, KY More Local. Overcome your coughs and colds with Oae Min ute Cough Cure. It is to good children Overcome evil with good. bt-d- . fcthat We will, for the next 30 days, sell any hat in our store at COST "We Have a few XTICE VELVET HATS on hand which we are offsring at Come in and see us ani b3 cd E BARGAIN". wa are A Biff Reduction in Prices giviar 33213 if - i GAINS. Respectfully lriaial. SICilDitJIAarBAR7TT Noel Sisters, 'Phone 85 71 JttiUilUUJUiUaUttilUUlUilUUJttJUilUIUUAUtt JUilliUJUR CENTRAL REi ORD. FRIDAY, December 2, 1898 oooodooeeooooo9oeoooe PERSONAL. Sallie Tillett. Mr. Ran iolph Harris pave a dinner Sunday, to a few iriends. Miss Julie Mae Gaines entertained a few friends last Fri lay evening. Miss Ella Dunn, of Lower Girr srd, is the u "X of Mrs. d M Ba.Lm. Misses Florence Harris an I Anni vis Austin have retur- e f r Stanford. 1 f l'a-- Miss Molli. Bur ett. I) i er. is visiting Mrs. Joh i Miss with Mis I';itton spent Sundav - Ave. Mrs. Wm. Price una son tti.liaui, f Danville, have been visiting relatives in this city. Misses Feiber and Noel, of Danville, are visiting Miss Graham, on Rich mond street. Miss Pearl Uolcombe, of Elizabeth town, is the handsome guest of Miss Florence Harris. Mr. Willie B. Stone, of Chrrleston V. Va.. is visiting his paronts, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Stone. Miss Nellie Arnold is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Arnold, near Crab Orchard, this week. Messrs. Will Ball and Jim Smith witnessed the game of foot ball at Richmond last week. Mrs. Susan Andersc n has returned from an extended visit to Indiana, Illinois and Covington. Miss L'zzie Pumphrey is spending the we jk with her sister, Mrs. Ilattie Tankersley, of Madison. Mrs. Cicero Price, of Eecknersville, and Mrs. I'e tie Embrj', of Louisville, are visiting Mr.s. M. D. Hughes. Miss Sue Pope, who has been the guest of Mrs. Win. Smith, has returned to her home in Bar bourville. Paul Miller, of Kentucky State College, spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller. Ji:d;e IL L. Grinnan, of Cynthiana, was here last week representing a New York clothing house. He formerly and many old in Lancaster, friends were glad to see him. Mr. and Mrs. John Greenleaf, of Ricnmomi, and Mr. and Mrs. W. n. of St. Louts, arrived Monday in answer to telegram announcing the death of their mother Serg. Fre J. Conn, of the Second Lousiana Volu nteers, was at home on a few diys fnrloujh and returned to his regiment Saturday, Fred is a clever fellow and his many friends were glad to see him. Mr. II. S. Brown orders his paper changed from Waddy to Kirksville. He ha ooe led a lurgtj stock of merchandise at the latter place ;md moved his finiily there. Mr. Itrown is a man and wll m k r if g rie i wn-rea tm, f t Stm o d .'ournal, - file y .i call Mont- y miiiT d we ver saw, Ei s h bf-- t "huil.-r'and th . ditor of the excellent I.J, ough to enter .nto his closet twi-- e a day and return thanks lor bein fixed with so good an "outside man." The following couples formed a tal- laho party to tne oyster supper at Hryantsville last Frida3f evening : CapL Duncan, Miss Altie Marksburs ; Capt. Kinnaird, Miss Carrie Currey; Adjutant Cabell, Miss Fannie Collier; Lieut Farra and Miss Jennie Burn- I i b.'s-nei About eight o'clock Sunday morning the remains of Mrs. Lucinda Gre nleaf her spirit havwere lound in her ing taken its flight sometime during the night. S.ie retin-- at t.ie rcular hour in Saturday night, ii her usual .ieai h, 4iid leaih was not known un- il souie one went to her room to announce break ast, when her body was onnd in its natural position, which indicated the fact that the spirit and body had separated without the least struggle. As soon as the fact was made known everybody, who knew the estimable old ladv. went t p 13 a tribute of respect and take a look at the familiar features. Funeral services were conducted, at the Christian churca, on Tuesday a ternoon at 1:30 o'clock, by Eid. George Gowen, in his forcib.e and attractive style, after which the remains wer interred in Lancaster cemetery. The large crowd in attendance evinced the high repute in which she was held, and the"expressions of regret over her departure, and the frequent reference to her noble, Christian character anil her pure life, reveale the fact thai. everybody was her friend. She was, in reality, a consistent member of the Christian church, having con 'essed her faith, in early life, and lived in a manner which proven to the world that she was possessed of those Christian virtue which sid rn tnis life, an j prepare the and soui for that purer ami brighter exi-t-- e -1 cry for it It cures croup, bronchitis p.ieumonis, grippe and all throat and lung diseases. At Storines' Drug lm St .re. 1847 Rogers Knives and Forks $3. per dozen. Mail orders promptly attended to. Best repair shop in Central Kentucky. Send ii3 your Watches, Clocks etc. Perfect Satisfaction, or money refunded. Send for catalogue of Silver Novelties. O ZE3I, YES! Aphorisms. TJiis Belon IS A Warm Xumber. A .great many white people witness ed the Cake Walk given by the colored U. B. S. H., at the Court house last Fresh Oysters received daily. Served weeK. The contest was a hot one, be O. F. 'i illett, Lancaster ing participated in by ttirje of the bvst and sold. waiters in Central Kentueisy. Billy Hotel. C.N. McDonald, Jeweler, Optician, Danville to H. M. EALLOU. Farris, Freu Young and Prry Emory, the latter from Crab Orchard. Farris was the favorite among the crowd, be ing a Lanctster man, but after the Crab Orchard entry had cut a few ca pers at least half the crowd began to coach him The judges gave first money to Farris. un-- second to The latter "waits table" at Crab Urchar Apringa, and can bring m a fif tray of dishes on three fingers, never changing the "gracefu." ait he kept on the stage here. l Em-br1 Warning. ; o all ci izens or impostors traveling ". ii- - side. One of the many pleasant affairs in f Lancaster during the past week was a most elegant dinner given by Mrs. George Patterson to a few friends. Mrs. Patterson is an ideal hostess and the occasion will be long remembered by those present The guests were Mrs. Elizabeth Denny, Mrs. Eliza Far-riMisses Sallie Tillett, Jennie Lackey, Emma Soper,La ura Smith and Fannie Shugars. s, Aunt Lucinda Greenleaf was given a surprise dinner last Friday, it being her S4th birthday. She seemed to en joy the day immensely, but on Satur day night was called to a better world. She was a good christian woman and her children have the sympathy of all the community. A more extended no tice of her death appears elsewhere in this issue-The Advocate says Mr. GrahamPrice, of Danville, and Miss Mary G. Walker, the bright and popular daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Walker, of Boyle county, werd quietly married Wednesday night by Dr. E. M. Green. The wedding was rather a surprise, ultho' an agreeable one, to the friends of the couple, although it was known that they had been devoted to each other for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Price will for the present have rooms in the Harding Flats, and board with Mrs. A. C. D inn. Their many friends wish them all the prosperity and happiness possible. May each succeeding Thanks giving give them as much cause for gratitude and joy as the one which marked their union for life. The many Lancaster friends of Miss Chastine McGregor, the pretty Louisville girl who visits Mrs. Wm. Cook, will be glad to learn that she was substantially remembered in the will of her uncle, Mr. Alfred Lewis. After giving handsome sums to several char i table institutions, be directs that the residence and lot at CM First street, Louisville, in trust to Misses Chastine and Mathilde MacGregor until the ye ars of age latter becemes twenty-on- e He desired that this residence should be retained for a home. Ten cent United States bonds of the par value of 81,030 each, were also left to the Misses MacGregor. The. will was dated March 22, 1897. The estate is a Ivery large one. "Mrs. Margaret Gill and children met Miss Mary Gill, of Oxford, Ohio, in Cincinnati, and spent Thanksgiving. Miss Willie Mae Brown, aicjmpani-c- d d by Mrs. Ed. Brown, of Lowell, Miss Bruce Pumphrey, last week. the country, representing themselves as my sons, or agenis, and swindling the people. I have a son, Dr. Rudolph Goldstein. who visits one day in each month one town, stops at the prominent hotels in the State. lie represents the House, is skillful. in his ueatins, the rest dav-- a number of her lads and honorable O t arc cxunter eit- - or impostors. fru-.- met in .i.neit with her, to eel- A. Goldstein, Optician, ii attie 84 an.iiver.vary o her lt 544 4in Ave. Lou.sville, Ky. Of course, at this alvancd h 1. iv nir age, ner health was not very good, Will More In. bit her sudden departure was unex- - Mr. J. W. Sweeney has rented Mrs lei'ted. Fisher's property on Lsxington aveS ie had been a widow for many nue and will move to town first of the an one ye ir. yeirs, and leaves J'ur drughter: Mrs. H. C. Kauffman ami G. I'lease ISemriuber. S. Greenleaf, of this city, Mr. John S. A fellow representing some city Greenleaf, cashier of a bank at Rich mond, W H., a prominent business printing office was here this week and man of St, Louis, Mo., and Lee Green- was given work by many business leaf, now residing in 'Jexas. The high men. Now, of course, they had a per esteem in which they are held, by all fect right to do this, but we speak of who know them shows the value of a it in order to call their attention to Christian mother in the formation of the fact that the fellows' house also character, and how the words of ad- grinds axes, and, as the tail should alvice anl admonition, given in early ways go with the hide, they will please to him, and life, will determine the course and send their destiny ot those who are blessed with not bother us with their troubles. them. Not Dead. Oh, No. Such women have done more to ex The gentlemen workinir up the hotel alt and embellish human life, than all and opera house are so busy getting the orators, philosophers and minis reidy for their Christmas trade that ters of earth. While living they de they have done nothing for the past serve a brighter crown than any that week toward the scheme. As no work ever decked the brow uf Caesar, and could possibly be done before spring over their remains the chiselled mar this delay amounts to 'thing. We ble should hi reared until it kisses the repeat our statement that thn plan is skies. Lit this and the rising genera a winner and the building will be put tions follow her example, live her life, UPand the world will be much better. Human nature revolts at death Competitive Examination. when alone, when denied any human On Saturday, December 7, at the ofministrations, but, in this instance fice of the County Superintendent, an the touch of a human hand, or the examination will be held for teachers dropping of a tear would have been of who desire an appointment to the Norno avail, when the angels hovered mal Department at State College. This about her pillow and wafted her spirit is a competitive examination, and is, to its heavenly home, to which all therefore, open to all teachers. Four such spirits gravitate, by a law as fix appointments are to be made and those ed and immutable as the law which teachers obtaining the highest aver draws the pebble toward the center Of age in Arithmatic, TJ. S. History, Engearth. lish Grammar and Geography, will be Of the slab, which will mark her entitled to the appointment. Ei.isa J. Lusk, School Sup't resting place, we say with the poet all over c . i wood-choppe- Try the Butter Scotch at the Kand Kitchen. It is delicious. Patronize the advertisers in The Record. They are Rabbits are dying by the thousands in Indiana from what is believed to be hog cholera. J. U. Siler bou.'ht in Garrard and Lincoln counties, two car loads of hogs at 2 and 3 cents. Au or lin iry gla-- o buttermilk c about as much nutrinrnt as two ounces of breid or an or..inan- - sized t o la to. Over 4,003,000,000 bushels of potatoes are produced each year, to 6.000, iOD.000 bushels of corn, while wheat takes thir place with an annual pr diction of only 2,5 JO. 030,00.0 An opossum eats the head and nee of his victim and kills one or two at a time; a mink bleeds his victims in the neck and sucks the blood, and will slaughter a dozen or more birds in a night. Both leave the carcissin the coop or house. Rats drag into holes cats, foxes and thieves carry away. A study of habits will help you to c itch the culprit that is roboing your hen roost The Harrodsburg Saying says: There is a new enterprise being operated between Mercer and Jessamine, such as the wise man never dreame of. Mr. Geo ge Sampje, formerly o Frankfort, h s a steam saw mill in a boat which he moves up and down on the Kentucky river, stopping, long enough, where he can get four or five logs, to saw them into lumber. He then boats the lumber to a lanJing and divides, giving the owner of the logs half and keeping the other half for himself. He has been operating his floating mill for five or six months, clearing not less tnan S100 per month. He employs several hands. s 1 1 (Written for Central Record) Lawyers have the happy prievilege of meddling with other peoples busi ness. Coil weather is heated by a coal process. The miser if transmuted into illiquid would make good glue, so tenaciously do the dollars stick to him. But few peop'e realize their close relasionship with a cornfield. Both have ears. The bicycle crank has ono consola tion if nades is .to be his uture he can continue his scorchdwell-ing-pla- Ml it Next - ing. M Happiness can be measured by of contentment Secrets should not be deposited with a child for safe keeping, or Ihi safe is liable to open of its own :ic:ord, and expose the treasures. Flattery, like whiskey, is only a temporary stimulant. How many people would be wanting if weighed in the balance, in brains. The children of some parents are found wanting: others are wanted found. Flirts like spiders weave their webs ready to catch any poor fool who chance-- to get within their limits. All men turn cranks some time in li;e, if nothing more than machine cranks. '1 hey who wish to dream of their sweethearts should not drink strong coffee for supper or they will be mor-ap- t to dream of old nick. Ukxky Torsei.1., Marksbury, Ky. de-re, New Oases, New Lights, New Goods, at THOMPSONS THE JEWELER. Call and seethe A cough is not like a fever. It does not have to run a certain course. Cure 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 Stormes' Drug Store. lm Cub Glass and Sterling Silver CMSMS 11 Surfs! for BnqMT. CIIQDQIQIHPI V APPE- - - Novelties. WE INVITE all of our friends and pat rons to call and make iDazlins D isplay of Holiday Goods large ASSORTMENT OUnrniulllULI PRIATE GIFTS. AN INSPECTION of our stock. We took especial pains to select only th e Saturday, December 3, '98. of Kinds. Adjutant Will Ed. Cabell, of has baen visiting his friends, Capt. Duncan, Capt. Kinnaird and Lt. Farra. o, W. B. Bradshaw, now of Cincinnati, was here a few days this week. He returned Wednesday, accompanied by his wife. Crpt.Ssn Tcrctn cnterlaiced ala handsome stag dinner last Friday, in honor of Adjutant W. E. Cabell, of Middlesboro. 3 They do say there is a double wed in which riino- booked at Stanford, Girrard county society is interested. Know anything about it, Jack? Misses Louise Kauffman, of Rich mond College, Nannie Gaines and An nie Lovd Herring, of Georgetown Col ege, spent Thanksgiving with their- home folks. The manv friends of Miss Eugenie Dunlap are glad to hear of her recent She will be taken from improvement the hospital to her hom in Lexington in a few weeks. - All Sterling Silver Novelties Too Much Iilq. Great Variety. Dolls Two men named Todd got too much Medallions Sizes. All Battle Row whiskey Monday, and rais Stands. Books. Onyx and ed a racket They resisted arrest and Scrlbner's Magazine. Fern Dishes Etc. The Christmas number of Scrlbner's Marshal Walker summoned Messrs. J. Calendars. Celluoid Novelties. Magazine has several notable art feat M. Higginbotham and T. J. Hatcher ures. The brilliant cover in silveri to his assistance. The men were very gold, and colors is from a prize design unruly, and when in the court room While we cannot describe or enumerate our Great Variety of Elegant by Albert Herter. There are also six- one of them made a very insulting reAttractions, we are very glad to Show them tqAU Visitors. teen pages of of an un mark to Mr.IIigginbotham and threatWe claim for our stock General Excellence reproducing Maxfield ened him. Mr. H., in defense, let go usual kind Parrish's very original schemo of illus- his right fist, and sent the fellow to in Quality, Immense Variety, tration and decoration, accompanying grass. The blow, together with Judge Reasonable Prices. will doubtless teach F. J. Slimson's poetical version of a Brown's fine, these fellows a good lesson. scene from Wagner's "Rhine-Gold- .' Whatever yonr wants lie, we can meet them witl BeautiMSelections. In the article on "John Ruskin as a Came Out the tittle End. Mr. Spielmmn has'included Painter," A Stanford negro, named Will Gill, We solicit a Comparison of Goods and Prices, knowing you reproductions of many unpublished came over and proceeded to teach the will find our Holiday Line the Best and Cheapest. paintings and sketches, secured only Lancaster coons the latest and most by reason of his long personal friend improved' way of running a bling tiship with Ruskin. Another artistic ger. .Policemen Walker and Petty feature is the frontispiece by the soon smelled a mouse and catching young artist, Walter Appleton Clark, Gill with wool in his teeth, took him whose reputation has been made in before Judge Brown, who assessed a the pages of Scribner's. small fine of $125. Kot having the requisite amount of cash, Gill will spend Wreck. days one hundred and twenty-fiv- e Several freight cars, jumped the astride a Lancaster rock pile ere he track at Silver Creek Wednesday, de again listens to the rippling waters of laying the day trains about five hours. St Asaph cre'ek. "The granite monuments which stand, During Time's untiring roll, ou the lanft Are guide-post- s To show the course of che soul." HANDSOMEST HATS and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets. in in Jardinier MissSalliETillEti: S. BEAZLEY, Teeth extracted without pain vr th Vitalizi-Air. Office 1 1 the New Thompson Building. color-printin- g STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Kentucky, 000000000000000000000000 Incomparable Service. The Queen & Crescent trains are the finest trains riia in 'the State of Kentucky. Four daily trains to Cincinnati connect with the main highways of the the North, West Great Trunk lines" and East. to This is the line Washington, New York, Boston and the East. The Qneen & Crescent connects with every line out of Cincinnati. S. T. Swift, V. & T. A., Lexington, Ky. W. G. Morgan, D.P.A., Lexingt'oBKy., 4ir r'fctr Toa f Many . Sf ITS. Too .V itany Men's Shoes Too Many In sizes Ladies Shoes In sizes 35, 36, 37, 38, Which we offer Cheap. sizes 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, Which go at Bargains. - 3, 4, 5 and 6, Which we offer Cheap. WHICH WE PROPOSE TO CLOSE AT ANY PRICE BEFORE INVOICING JAN. I. : M Ti.i i A Monday V..CKrno, Imagine yourself on a trim ocean night a mob gathered at Pleasant steamer, gently throbbing along over Ridge, two miles and a ha f sea ol indigo b'ue. milled :i Mumper wis "?ome .it;!, vviiil, )'. ae-'lii of Vanceburg, and burned to the Not How Ob- receivingyeir' agoI Imtisiueiod .hnt li 13 ::.u. spri.-iVim art wound. It ground the .Mormon church building, Other int'-- me a irreat ileal or rUHitiiiKSon'iiiKl in a elcai nUiiing from . tn.jiic-amiii recently completed. There is much rehreep y. iii'i! iKi!t'(l by a pain in Remedies Have Failed. ofave andwai .routed If gret and indignation among the people liieh biow- - a gi utl. thai you feel and by many on Recount of the murage, as they if it n.igl.t contii.iie iinrhn-ge- t! took a numlier of for have the conduct of the hoodlums. .is di dies, but ever Tou.-irithe (.uih a !oi g t retell Ohitinate sores and ulcer?, which reme any go id none did and me Last Sunday was the first time reli- .if lioi'inii i hidden by a big island refuse to heal under ordinary treat- H't seem to check the V gious services had been held in the rising in tropically green, vitdiire ment, soon become chronic- and dee- nrogiess of the sore.Spe-I had pened, and lead to conditions most cific heard Swift's building since its completion. Dilihazy (d. S. S.) highly oTi'd terraces to piled-tip- . perious. They are caused in different recommended tor me j gent efforts will be made to apprehend .loiiiitaiii peaks. More fascinating it blood. and concluded to . i'.'Jf?, '"f t' ways', hut in every case the blood mob. . hai the .slitud itself are the cloud and punish the members of the O rfj yic'V. a involved, and no amount of local treat- give itwas trial, and the 'Tl.ii'7y 'VT T ', very gratify- result piled above it. masses upon masses of ment can have any effect. The poison ing S. S. S. seemed to i.iffCjpfai' Divi-oWill Contest. 'hem. rolling and tumbling and con must be eliminated from the blood cet riirht at the trouble, iyL;,igii and forced the poison Fkaskfokt, Ky., Nov. 30. The pa- tending .in.ong themselves. (Sreat, before a cure can be had. out or my iiumki; hm.ii s.Mug while piles swell higher and up and was cured pers in one contest case that is certain afterwards the sore healed THROWN FROM A HORSE. sound and well. I am sure S. S. S. is by far to be passed on by the next congress giier above the inks, grown. g :irst the best blood remedy made." Mr. II. Kuhn. of Marion. Kansas, writes: i iiiesi-eawith beautiful opai tints when it scats the Kentucky delega"Alxujt three rearsago my gramidauplitpr.Ber-thnot how tley are acquired It matters liltwood. was thrown from a horte. c" an on iiiims copper color, and tion, have just been completed here. scalp. Thonjih ttnrier or what treatment has failed. S. S. S. a wound of the r...i g to burst asunder and d The contebtant is Hon. George M. Davthe treatment of physicians forseveral months. will cure the most obstinate, th wound remained alfout tlie same, until it sore or ulcer. It is useless to ison, the defeated republican candi- - i i.i up line white- streams far into and broke finally became very he blue of heaven, like volcanic vapor. out into a runriinp expect local treatment of salves, lo- date of the Eighth congressional dissoon spread rfS55'v5k. sore. Thisparts of the tions, ete., to effect a cure, because trict. Mr. Davison has been here for Vong the mountain sides white fleeces fSSSSV to other r'fl ik" wisps oT woo! blown against they can not reach the real cause of the past day or two in conference with i .vaic!c hedge, while through the il1' of tht' neckjnereas-CiS- trouble, which is the blood. S. S. S. the ins in severity .and fear-t- drives out every trace of impurity in a leading republican lawyer, and it is a!!ey dark-grastreamers trail like ful!J" disfiurinc her. the blood and in this way cures per- understood their work has been comlatuti and new hair. Phewas then plaeed t"Smi der the care of the manently the worst cases. It is the pleted. .Night co flies on. and lurid lightning S5&ca til'y of only blood remedy guaranteed rushi s through these clouds, ihrowing even the but H Kntnc ?' Pure Food - " ss treatment she received lb- - moon-li- t en into pale insignifiLexington, Ky., Nov. 30. In accordrrSSs there failed toarret the cance. while from many other plaeeson sore. Reading terrible ance with the pure food law passed by the horizon arise tit ful II ;i res and flashes of the many cures of and contains not a particle of potash, f mercury, or other mineral. S. S. S. the last legislature, Prosecuting Attor- :iut of smaller mounds of clotui- - hancr-- ' bvS. S S.. we decided to Scroftrv it. and it relieved her promptly. In a few cures Contagions Blood Poison, Rheu- ney Allen will on Monday report to ovei other unseen islands. These months she wa entirely cured, and scarcely ula, Cancer, Catarrh, Eczema, the gsand jury impTrtities in butter, lightnings nil seem oice!es, and still a mark now remains where the disease held matism, Sores, Ulcers, Boils, or any other such com- your ship speeds on through storm-les- s ful! sway." other blood trouble. Valuable books vinegar, jellies and waters. on these diseases will be mailed free modities being sold in Lexington. A GUNSHOT "WOUND. rhe big island is Cuba, and not far by the Swift Specific These discoveries were made by Di dis- - to any address, Cipt. J. H. MeHrayer. the Georgia. Company, Atlanta, rector AV. M. Scovell, of the Kentucky iway are the Bahamas. You are in may be called the cradle of cyxperiment station, and he will inform to put them in a pit deep enough to Louisville authorities, as similar evils clones. Here nature is calling intoexstence those dreadful storms which keep out the frost. These roots can prevail there. null awav northward over sea and laud upon their ruthless and terrible ARM MD STOCK 1TES. be piled up to a depth of three or four Must Serve Ills Time. 'Ihe tops should not be cut off feet. Fraxkfokt,. Ky., Nov. 30. Gov. course ot destruction. Lieut. J. .M. closely if they are to keep well. too Bradley refused to extend executive miicott, U. S. X., St. Nicholas. I'lie Democrat says a strange parc-s.t- e That the dairy pays one man-- , and in the case of Lucien Boone, is damaging the wheat of farmer does not pay another on an adjoining NATURE'S TODDY SHOPS. Nicholasville, that farm is evidence that the fault is in of Fayette county, sentenced to two J. II. Hoggs, near years' imprisonment for manslaghter. Trees nnil lMuntH of the Tropics lly he is at a loss to account for. The the man. One could have no better penitenAVliich Yield Juices of Intoxis a dark one and attacks the wheat at place to go to school than to strive to and he will be broughto the icating: Properties. The crime of which the roots. Samples of the injured locate the cause of the success of the tiary at once. Hoone was convicted, was committed growing crop were sent to this office one and the failure of the other, Nature has her rum shops, her sa on March 2'J of last year at Athens, a and the Experiment Station at Lexloons. She produces plants which deDrilled oats sometimes gives a better suburb of Lexington, he shooting to vote themselves to the manufacture ington will pass on the strange fly. yield, but this is because the ground Jeath Shad Tavlor. his half brother. and sale of intoxicants. The South Mr. Boggs sowed the crop between tueriean toddy free is well known to September 19 and October 14, and he is is put in better condition by the use of Will Tutt Mu.it Hang. the drill than it would be if broadwell known also to naturalists. It , sure one fourth of the crop will be a Mavi-iei.dKy.. Nov. 30. Will Tutt, gives better root the South American beetle, theOryctes loss. Mr. Boggs would like for the casted; but the latter olored, who killed his wife in August, Hercules. When the latter goes on a older farmers to enlighten him on this protection, and seems to better retain 1S97. has been convicted of murder in the soil's moisture. ?pree he never goes it alone, after the new pest. the first degree and sentenced to be unneighborly habit of the human The Louisville Weed, a leading to- hanged The execution will likely be irunknrd. lie collects his friends and Boys, if yon want to get an air rifle free send a few new subscribers for bacco journal, commenting on the in January. This is his second convic acquaintances to the number of o0 or Farmer's Home Journal, Louisville, quality of this year's crop, says: ''The tion, the court of appeals having given 10; the whole crowd run their short new crop of burlcy that has reached him a new trial. Tntt killed his wife horns through the bark of the toddy Kentucky. dropped this market so far has been most dis- because she expressed lier intention to tree, revel in the outflowing juices, and Root. McGregor, 2:17 dead Nov. 11, at his home near Toledo, appointing. The tobacco is thin, with ;o to a baseball game in a neighboring while inebriated are easily caught by the human natives. Ohio. He was foaled in 1S71 and was no gum, dingy in appearance, lifeless, town. The toddy tree parts with its liquor and in truth very undesirable for fill, the sire of sixteen 2:15 trotters. Ilouht the Turnpike. free of charge. There are other plants er purposes. Not a single hogshead fisOwinosviixk, Ky., Nov. 30. The During the year en ling June, 1S98 of colory or bright has been seen on ivhich are less generous. They exact bought the Owingsville and no less a penalty than the death of the Canada exported 11,253,787 lbs. of bu the market so far this season. Gener- cal court five miles, for unfortunate drunkard. And what Ho and 193,705,32:. lbs. of cheese. ally, if any brights are in crop, they Preston turnpike, This road cost perhaps S15,000. they do with the body? Strange as it The 'act that it applies no humus, to appear among the offerings in the may seem, they eat it. Tn this manner 0 court offered A. AV. Bascome Mic soil is one serious objection to re. shape of trashes or low grades, but l'he for seven miles of the Owingsville they obtain the food which nourishes lying oa comme;cial fertilizer, even if this season we have no indication md Mt. Sterling road, but the stock- them and sustains their healthful exthe plant food it contains could not be coming from .this quarter that brights holders refused to take less that 317,000 istence. At the end of each of their long green leaves these plants have obtained by the general farmer at a are plentiful, or eyen in moderate sup for their property. ply in the !)S crop oi burley. receptacle. We might less price in the form o' feed. i pitcher-shapestyle this the growler, but ft never A little well directed effort to inSi bree Keiuatided for Trial. Tnere is no batter way for put ting crease the home market for honey will be . Fkankfoht, K3, Nov. 30. John Se- - needs to withrushed. It is always full up beets and mangjls for winter than pay. of what special appropriateness brce, the Owen county tobacco buj-er- , might be called bug juice a watery who wtis brought here a week ago by iquor, sweet to the taste and inebriatDeputy United States Marshal McCarty ing to the senses. Only in fine weather and lodged in jail, charged with coun- is the growler open for business. On terfeiting, luis had his examining trial. rainy days it is firmly shut up to keep Commissioner Chapman remanded him Dut the rain that would dilute and spoil to jail under 1,000 bond to await trial the contents. Bippincott's. in January. Appropriately Nnnieil. It was on the Southern Pacific train The Office Abo'.Uhed. a few days ago. A group of traveling Louisville, Ky., Nov. 30. Notifica- men were talking shop where they was Tuesday received by the col- were going, what they were selling, tion lector of internal revenue from Wash- md all the tricks of the trade. ington that the office of deputy col "I am bound for Trinity, Tex.," said lector, held by John W. Burton, has Dne of them. been abolished. It paid 52,400 per an"I never heard of the place," renum in salary and traveling expenses. marked another. "And, by the way, that is a very peculiar name. Why is Miss Builett lilected L'brarlan. :t called Trinity?" Lexington, Ky., Nov. 30. At a meetr "Because there are only three good in? of the board of directors of the people in it," was the response. N. O. Lexington library Miss Mary Builett was elected librarian. This is the old When Florida Was Discovered. Ponce de Leon, the Spanish navigaest library in the state, and is the first free public library ever established in tor, made the discovery of the land ivhich he afterwards named Florida, the commonwealth. in Easter Sunday, March 27, 1513. ..acc Sleeting; Declared Off. Delay are Dangerous. Cele orated "Wagon Call and see Lexington, Ky., Nov. 29. Owing to Many of our friends, or people whom continued rain and cold weather the you know of have contracted consump Isst three days of the race meeting tion, pneumonia or other fatal diseases nave been declared oft. by neglect of a simple cold or cough fully Warranted and Excels others. ANUBIAN TEA cures Dyspep- - Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe, sure I IHHIVI v sia, Constipation and Indi- and pleasant cough medicine, would gestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 ct ha-- e saved them. It is guaranteed. Ky.. Nov. CO. i S. S. S. Cu res Sores and It Matters stinate, What 1 s - CRADLE OJ CYCLONES. Where ArlHe. M..im.:u Kl He V.uir bur::, K. T!it- - ltd.:., Near , I) tioy-d by : Mob Hit Uruitiii of Culm iiml Hie Ct Arousi-d-. Stornm Consumption or Asthma In No! it is not claimed that Skin Diseases. For and permanent Foley's Honey and Tar will cure retter, the speedyandand eczema. cure of salt rheum berlain's Eye Skin Ointment is Cham- ad- sli-- i ( s l onven-ienc- I ! j vanced 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. Military ami Field rvuislc. Considering the antiquity of the trumpet and the drum, and their obvious adaptability to sounding signals, it would seem as if field music must have originated simultaneously with That soldiers these instruments. marched and fought to their martin! strains in the most ancient times we know from passages in the Bible and the classics. But there is a difference between military and field music. The former is played by the regimental bands, and consists ehietly of marches and inspiring airs; the latter is played on the field of battle to fire the soldier's heart. Field music is "sounded" by the bugle, the trumpet, the drum or the drum and fife, and consists oi n system of signals by which, instead of bv'word of mouth, commands are conveved to the troop?. It is impossi of ble to discover when the first this kind orinated. Probobly it developed gradually. The fact that a trumpet or a drum can be heard much more distinctly on the battlefield than an olficer's voice, which might at the most important moment be lost in the din, is so obvious that signals for usual commands', "charge" and "retreat," must have come into use with the instruments capable of sounding them, other signals being gradual ly adde'd. (Justav Kobbe, in Century. Itriile. A touching and poetieal custom prel. vails in the When a maiden is about to be married, immediately before she steps across the threshold of her old home, on her way to the church, her mother sol emnly gives her a new pocket handker chief. Ihe bride holds it in her hand throughout the marriage ceremony, uring it to wipe away her tears. So soon as the marriage festivities are ended the young wife lays the handkerchief aside in her linen closet, and there it remains as long as she lives. Nothing would induce a Tyrolese wife to use this sacred handkerchief. It may be a century or longer before it is taken from its place to fulfill the second and last part of its mission. When the wife dies, perhaps a gray the loving hands of the next of kin place the bridal handkerchief over the face of the dead and it is buried with her in the grave. London o'eJti. AVcIhIi Welsh-Tyro- .vithont an equal. It relieves the itching and smarting almost instantly anJ its continued use effects a permanent ure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, cald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and rranulated li&3. Dr. CanVs Condition Powders orses are the best tonic, 'blood enrif ud vermifuge Price, 25 cents. Sold by' R E.McRobeita. Driij?; st, Lancasur FIREul HHMJllSJi MA.KDJ - n ZLECTROFDISE h. E. ctrotmise does not, hovev r, SPRINGFIELD j FIRE Alsl I CO i a ; deep-seate- - ansry-loakin- . &Vi a ? y un-j- n Purely Vegetable confine its cures along any particular 1 ne. ng the causef It cures b the system to absorb purifying the blood, and buiL.ing up the system Dear iirs: The goitre has entirely , disappeared from .Mrs- - Wi. sou's md she is the pr- udesLand most grate ful woman in the world. The Elecir.-poi- se ished what the phy has sicians and medicines could nut. .More than seven years ago she was tol i that shei coul never be cured The contr n;icted the opinion of learned doctors has remove t the welling, mid she is cnt'rel well. anI hav. un er my other case of riitre that is bei.ig rapidly cmred. It is my only doctor, and I use it in my' family for all ailments. nei-K1 INSURANCE COMPANY F.QUITAB E l IFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK IIiImiisoii A llaiiiiltoihlgts Mu(Ki; Office ovet Post Office. :: : tLvfcvsT'CR W. C. Sumer. John Hoshal. SLIMER & HOSHAL LIVE STOCK SALESMEN UNION STOCK YARDS, - - CINCINNATI, 0. Western German Bank, Cincinnati, O air.s. Sam Walker, Wife of United States Commissioner, Reference: Wytheville, Va., July 9, 1SDG. OUR COM3TISSION CHARGES ARE $3.00 PER CA I FOR HOGS, Sio. PER CAR FOR CATTLE. Dubois 513 & webb. Louisville, Fourth Avenue, Kv. ALL WOMEN "OIU Time" Ueiiurdy, Shoul.l know t!iat tbo R. 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I have purchased the to furnish the Wal- ker stable and am prepared L CAPITAL 1200,000.00 ) ) BANK Louisville a Nashville R. R. Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. of- - J SURPLUS. ( AND SO SCOURS J65,000.00. LANCASTER, KY. sftifyfo A. R.Diknt, President. Jno. E. Stokmzs, Vice President. WM.H. Kinwaied, Cashier. RICE BENGE The 'Havana Limited. The first Anoerican Railway to an nounce train service for the especial benefit of trayel to the West Indies has been heard from. The Qaeen & Crescent Route are announcing a fast train & Havana Limknown as the ited." It will go into serv.ca from Cincinnati tu T.impa, Jacksonville, Miami, Mobile and New Orleans. This exponent of the genuine American idea getting into the field early will be a complete vestibuled service, with diners, observation cars, wide vestibules, electric headlights and- all the para- the modern railroad Fhernalia of to be marked as the train first in the field for the new territory which coming under the protection of is just the greatest flag on eartli. Train will make fast time to Ports named and will connect with fine steamer service to various Ports, in Cuba, Porto Rico and Jamaica. It marks a new era in railroading In this country. of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. The Maximum Rates, Time and all ether information Trill be cheerfully furnished by C. P. ATMORF, o. p. A.. Or by oSuth-b'naorin-D-nNorth-b'nd a d S.O.Dkmnt, Assistant Cash'r. EL. T. Kmbkt J. P. Eobinson. Jji, r. Ass't DIRECTORS Ixcrsvir.T.r. t. Sam'l. D.Cochran, Alex. R. Denny. W. B. Cook, Jas Spllman, A. C. Robinson. L. Davidson, K. C. Brant h Mixed, passes Lancaster, Mixea. Pass'er Kt Jno.E.Stormei. Sonthb'nd " " " " ' x. It 35 p. x 3:111 x 2:52 A.f 1239 a. x Farm for Sale. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS this at It all AHKinds Farm Machinery Always on Hand Plattf I will sell my farm, containing seventy-si- x Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights acres, privately, and on easy terms. The land lies about 4 miles east of Brynntsvllle, Is of Pythias, meets every Thursday easily reached and in good state of cultivation Honse contains, fonr rooms and has all nec night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis- essarv outbuildings. There is a good orchard iting Knights are fraternally invitand never failing water. The place Is nnder good fence. For further information call on ed. G. B. SWINEBROAD C. C. or address. Mrs.' J. M. Scrlvner, J. E. Robikson, K. R. & S. Ky, Bonrne. c .v.