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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER, HIOQOOOOOOOOOOOCU 9. 1898. TERMS OF 8n BSCRIPTJOK lljoa o f.r Year n Adtauet. The Celebrated but did Self Basting Roaster . I IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. A deep snow fell Sunday. StnMr Call and see a beautiful line of Ruga The City Council met Monday night at J. A. Beazley & Ca nothing1 worth mentioning. I would like to do your plain, sew See our line of nandsome cut glass Morrow & McRob ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn. Wanted. Ducks and Geese. enn rrnnA Cloaca 5, 8,10 gal Lard'Cans, Every thing nice fresh and cheap at nf fine silk umbrellas itnd T. Curry. canes at Thompson's, the Jeweler Keep warm at nigh (y using good. All the latest novelties inVStcrling has them. good quality, the three for $1. warm comforts. Jos silver at Morrow & McRober A PaicinR. "Piers, nates. Citrons and Cur Many ladies were in town Surday Sausage Mill, cheap at T. Curry's drawn by ib.3 opening of holiday rents, fresh and and Guaranteed the goods. t rt ninnoi K f.a nnd Cham' Latest Patent, we sell at $1.35 II. M. Ballou and family have moved ber Sets, just received. G. S. Gaines- to the Ilarden rroperty on Richmond Knives. We are making aspecialty of ladies street hose this week. Wee our line. J. Jo Good, all steel butcher knife I have a few more suits that I can seph. V . for I5cts. A guaranteed knife make to your measure for 10.00. wilfhave everything for 011I3' 25CIS. G. S. Gaines J. C. llemphi freh in candies, nuts 'and fruiVfor Coal Bucket and Shovel, iycts gold and' set Christmas. Five hundred plain Nickle-plate- d Poker with hardand otlW precious rings wood handle, we offer for sets. stones,in diamonds The dress goodx ve show were se at Thompson's, thcVfeweler. lected with great cVre. See them beJ. Joseph. Vvrrr Tiun rnr.lnnfls rood fcon fore selecting elsewnere. v at highest cash market price... Frsh Monky To Loan On real estate at 5 c;I:cOTT. II. 1J. gjslGcts. per cen ; address W. S. Lowwill At W. I. Williams Col. W. G.Welch. Lancaster, Danville Ky. Stanford. O.vslev & Einsteine, Chinese Laun dry. Offic; over Logan & Robinson's I Wanted. store. Rags, old iron and skins taken Vat Tupkfivsj un to b'& 13 Price in exchange. WELCH 81 will go lower after that date. II. 1$. Northcott With every Victoria cigar purchased at G. & Gaines' you are given a chance Tell us not tnourntui numoors Law, on a fine buggyJ Call and see buggy that you can fine a better selected ' and mvesUgate.rv We know better, stojk than we ha1 Ky. J. Joseph and can proye it . Fin's ltrouze Gobblers. I have US fine Bronzj Gobblers which Many Letters. All business attended to promptly I will sell for breeding purposes at Judge Burnside receives a big batch SL53 each, if taken before Dec 10. of letters by every mail from parties Mrs J. G. Hkxdrickson, It inquiring about the bonds. The indi Lancaster, Ky cations are they will bring a handsome Dough fur the Teachers. premium. Miss Lusk, the superintendent, tells Encraved Calling Citrds The Record she has received a check Leave orders now for all kmtts of with which to pay the teachers their steel engraving for the hoi Idas. Dont December salaries. Call early and use a printed or written ca Id You will avoid the rush. be called "a back numb jzr.' Storme's 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 Hominy and Oatfiakes jCu and H. Jl Northcott PrAtiipstline of Medallions on exhibi tion at Morrow & McRofrts. Wanted Furs Highest market price paid. H. B. Books. New, Cheap and G S. Gaines will builfell the corn he can get at SI. 10 a barirl, payable in any goodsjie handles. Northcott lis a bad idea to have cold feet Get a pair of those Mb6shoes at and keep out tpe coW. , Moncv to Loan. Stormes' Drug Books. Butcher improved Real Estate. For buildinir purposes, or on jvell J.R.Haselden V y, Furs Wanted. I will pay highest Cash price for all Beautiful line of meditllians, glove N. II. Bogie, and handkerchief boles necktie, col kinds of Furs. Marksbury, Ky. lar and cuff cases a&AVancy boxes at Thompson's, the Jewee Not Guilty. v. For Sale or Kent. The jury in the case of Porter Wear Thirteen acres of Land, with resi er, who killed a negro on B.ittle Row, dence and outbuildings, &c, on Dan decided he was not guilty, and Wear-e- n ville street, adjoining B. F. Hudson. was set free. J. G. Sweeney. ' 1 jau. I have decided to locate in Attorney Homer Batson made his ma and will move here, with my den speech in circuit court Tuesday. It about December 1st, to practice my W. Burnett, M. D. was highly complimented by mambers profession. of the bar. nov-ll-loct-2l-- tf j. u Teims easy, iiempijjju. Examine the beautiful NeSvl lirfe of snnts Books at Stormes' Drui Store. Ww ( feyM That Christmas Presen Foryour wife or daughter that has been worrying you so much of late, needs to bother you no more. Just come to our store and select a nice Attorneys at Lancaster We have the largest line of sterling Notice. If y u call for Potts Flour at Ihe silver, sterling silver novelties and leading grocers, and they haven't got cut glass in the city, aprices that it, order direct from n. C Potts,Buck will astonish you. Engrd'MAg free Thompson, thejffeweler. . eye, Ky. Wagon in town daily. f t JL ft BEAZLET& BAtlGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. &c. Stora I have just received a special linq of Snecial Judge in Estill. samples from The Royal Tailors,' of Chicago, fresh from the mills, and they CapL Win. Herndon went to Estill county this wejk to sit as special are beauties. Call and see tliem. J. C. Hemphill Judge in a murder trial. Eitill is the j Captain's old home and he has been !llie I.'uck-ioatole given away looking forward to the trip with much 1$. Jennings is on exhibition pleasure. by J. at V. J. Romans' carriage shop. Ex I.ejr Broken. amine it and then come in and take a Ed Walker, Jr., son of Hon. E. II nov-- 4 chases on it. Walker, of Upper Garrard, metwitha liioke Ills Hip. painful accident the other day.. He Charles Mahan, a little boy livin was riding a young horse when the ani near Hiattsvlll, fell from a barn loft mal slipprd and fell, breaking young and broke his hip. The injury is not Walker's leg. The limb was sit and considered dangerous. he will soon be out again. Dru"1 Attention, G. A. iV. All members are requested to be Mr. R. A. Stone, the hustling mer- presont on Saturday afternoon at two chant and furniture dealer, killed a o'clock, to elect officers to serve the hog Tuesday which weighed 035 ensuing year. This is important pounds. Its certoin that Bob will not Jas. Dillon, Quartermaster. starve this winter. r We are now offering buggies, phae Bran and Shipstun. tons, surreys, road wagons and har-1 have on hands a fine lot of bran ness, cheaper than any one n Central and shipstuff. Will deliver at S10 and Kentucky, in order to make doom for 12 per ton. Buy now while it is cheap, our large stock of spring veh ts. No John H. Potts, goods. Com eWn Mon- Gilberts Creek, Ky. trouble to show nov-2- 5 W. J. Romans Ca iWle Co-day. IilB Hop. 10-- 2 ' Jacket, Wrap or Tailor-Ma- ds Suit Postponed a Fen Says. Sheriff Sanders has been so busy in court this week that it was impossible to get the sale for taxes nnde out This gives the delinquents a few days more in which to settle. The list will probably be ready by next issue of The Recohd. JUdUlUmu l)ea(l. Ultimus. the fine stallion formerly owned by Mr. M. T. Warren, of Eaton, Pa., but lately the property of R. M. West died this week of cholic Ulti mus wos an extra fine animal and had few equals. He was the last son of Hamiltonian 10. Distillery Starts. The pilgrimage distillery started up a few days ago, making about ten barrels of whisky per day. Qhis is one of the largest, as well as best plants in this section, and its manager, Col. J. W. Miller, and distiller, Cal Nevius, are up to date in their respective po sit. ons. Granted a Divorce. Mrs. Emily Bristow was granted a divorce from Frank L. Bristow, at Cov ington. Mrs. Bristow relinquishes all claims for dowerage, and Prof. Bris tow is to pay S'25 per month for the care of his daughter, who will be in custody of her mother. Bristow is the proprietor of Palisades at High Bridge. which you can buy for very much less than We are making Special Low they are worth. Prices on Jackets, Wraps, and Tailor-Mad-e Suits. ' In fact you will find our house full of Holiday Bargains in every line. Keductlon. I will deduct 5 per cent on all sales maLe for next 30 days, beside giving a 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. Hughes, Agent Our New Tyre. The new type recently purchased has arrived and is in our office, but it takes same time to "lay" it in the cases. The attachments for the big news press have been put on, as the gool impression of this issue goes to show. The LOGAN DRY GOODS Go. All kinds of masks for mask parties. Thompson. SPECIAL LOW PRICES FOE THE NEXT Thirty Days O TV OVERCOATS, SUITS, BOOTS, SHOES Buy your underwear of us, We can save you money. See our Ladies Rubbers at 25, 35 and 50c We have Everything, from the Cheapest to the Best in Ladies Shoes. Prices ranging from $1 to $4. See our Novelties in Neckwear, Silk Handkerchiefs, and Mufflers for the holiday trade. Beautiful line of Umbrella.?. New line of - Hats Just Received. . LOGAN & EOBINSON. To Go To Cincinnati. Kay Peas, go to the lodge tonight Take the noon train to Stanford and You are wanted. go to Junction City, where you make An excellant letter from Prcachers-vill- e a close connection with the Queen & arrived too late for publication. to Crescent for the city. If yon want so in day time this is the way to go. Kstrayed. If you want to travel by night take From my home on Danville street, the 3 a. m. train at the Lancaster sow, just weaned pigs. depot and go straight through, arriv- black J. W. bweeney. ing in Cincinnati at 7:30 a. m. The grand jury returned fourteen Christmas Glfs. Wednesday morning. indictments The Howard Tailoring company, of They were all for misdemeanors. Chicago, will give a handsome life size Crayon Portrait, in a beautiful Igilt The Masonic Lodge meets Monday frame 16 by 21 inches, valued at S2.50, niirht. and it is hoped as many mem. with each suit or overcoat sold before bers as can conveniently so will be Christmas. You can have any picture present enlarged. Prices same as before. You Acquitted. Only a few small Commonwealth's can take this portrait or a watch, or a Wm. Wrenn, the first man to be in handsome umbrella, valued at S2.50. cases were tried in the Circuit Court dicted in Kentucky under the anti- - Send your order in time. this week, though the civil docket was mob law, was acquitted in the circuit greatly reduced. M. D. Hughes Agent court Tuesday on the chargj o." raiding a gate on the Richmond pike last win Dolls, toys and everything in that ter. Wrenn has anotuer indictment to see 'them. Mr. Joe Pettus, of line. Bring the caildren The marriage of against him for shooting at the gateIf you dont see wfaat you want, call Miss Maggie McCarley keeper, but it was put off until next Lebanon, and Thompson's. was solemnized yesterday afternoon for it At . court j v at the home of the brides parents Mr' Be sure toivisit our store at night, Splendid Mail Service. and Mrs. James McCarley. The groom you get the 2,000 candle power Lancaster never had as excellent is engaged in business in Lebanon when room The and is a prosperous and popular young electric ligat. which makes the mail service as it has today. day. night trains bring mail from the cities gentleman. The bride is one of Gar lighter thqfa Thompson, the Jeweler. written that day, and it frequently rard's most popular and accomplished happens that Chicago letters are de- young ladies. Immediately after the Died In Texas. livered here the next morning after ceremony they left for the home of News was received here Wednesday they are dated. The patrons of the the groom. The Record joins many of the death of Ed Walker, son of Mr. post office are delighted with this ar- admireas in extending congratulations. Steve Walker, in Texas. We learn rangement and will see that it is kept this morning the remains will be on. Beautiful. brought to Kentucky for interment A Recokd" man took a saunter Moved to Covington. Gets Two Years. town Saturday afternoon and Mr. George R. Hardin and family around The necro. Jim Rothwell. who was exceedCovington, was amazed at the large and left Monday night for fine stocks of holiday goods our arrested for breaking into Frank Lack where they will make their home in ingly merchants haye on display. We have ey's store, had his trial this week and the future. Our peopla dislike to lose never seen so brilliant array as has given two years in the peh. Rothwell this excellent family, as their sterling been brought this season. l Lancaster went into Laokey'a bedroom and stole business and social qualities had en people have the reputation 'of buying money from under the latters head deared them to alL Mri Hardin was to be had, and if tney can-- t while he snored away. engaged in the millinery business here the bebt get this they simply do without Nearor a number of years, and by her close Still improving. every store in town has been put in attention to the wants of her patrons, ly Iha Cincinnati Conservatory of fine shape, and those having and honest dealings, built up a splen- extra bargains announce tnat laci which is by far the best institution special did trade. The Record wishes them through the columns of The kecobd of its character in the south, or outmuch heppiness and prosperity in side of New York City, continues to their new home. add to its splendid facilities. The Badly Huns. Rose Interesting: Revival. The jury in the case against William Commercial Tribune says: "Miss C. Gores, a clever little Cincinnati The meeting commenced at the McCov. chareed with killing his Xath Whitehead, could not agree woman, recently returned from a six Methodist church Sunday is proving study in Berlin at the to be yery interesting and large on a verdict and it is believed they years' course of Music, has been attending. Services are were the worst "hung" lot that ever Royal High School of crowds are Rev, tried a case. Three were for hanging, added to the faculty of the Conservaheld every night and afternoon. will delivMorrison is & preacher of extraordi two for acquittal, three for life and tory of Music. Miss Gores hisnary ability, and his sermons are high the others ranged anywhere from ten er a series of lectures on musical Recital ly complimented. Those of our people to twenty years. A juror told us they tory, the first to be gi?en in Studywho have not heard him should avail mierht have staid in the room six moms. Hall, December 1, at 5 o'clock. themselves of the opportunity. Rev. and would not have come any closer ing under Spitta, the great authority Gores Morrison has plenty of material to together. Judge Saufley discharged on Bach and Mans Mueller, Miss work on here in Lancaster, and we them and McCoy was taken back to is undoubtedly constituted to render hope he wjll succeed in. turning many jail to wait 'till next term of court good service in the branch to which dhe is assigned." when he will be tried again. rom the error of their way. y. L- A report has gained circulation to that Dr. Acton will locate at Hiattsvilla We are glad to say this is a mistake and the doctor will remain in Lancas ter. We understand the Christian Sun day School will have a Christmas celebration during the holidays. A mimi- ature Ferris wheel is talked of. Our letter from Stone last week has never reached this office yetT As there are cnlv two rehandlin;rs of the mail from this point we are at a loss to know what becimeof it The veteran typo, Capt P. J. White has been confined to his room this week by slight illness. We arc ex ceedingly glad to say there is nothing seriously the matter with our old friend, who is the mainspring of this office. Society Organized. lite a number of 3'onng girls and married ladles mot with Misses Nell Marrs and Gracie Kinnaird Wendesday afternoon and organized a "Social club". The club meets once a week with the d'ff.Tent members and the hostess of each week will be president for that time. The next meeting- will be held with Miss Mae Huglus Wed nesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Q lleady rorhusine.ss. Dolph Rice has moved into the hand some new stable just completed at Danville, and is thoroughly equipped for Feeding, Hitching and furnishing s livery. Swell Landaus for weddings, a .specialty. Ask for the Rica Stable when yod go to Danville and you will be given the best and tf. your patronage appreciatod. first-clas- lfere's Genuine Friendnlp. Ellsworth, Kas. Dear Louis Realizing that it takes somthing more substantial than wind to run a newspaper, I inc'ose a small token of my appreciation of ycur jour nalistic proclivities, and hope you may continue to publish the best paper in Central Kentucky. Fraternally Yours, J. R. Tercy. Competitive Examination. On Saturday, Dec. 17, at the office of the County Superintendent, an exam- ination will be held for teachers who desire an appointment to the Normal Department at State College. This is a compettive examination and is, therefore open to all teachers. Four appointments are to be made and those teachers obtaining the highest average in Arithmetic, D. S. History, English Grammar and Geograjhy will be entitled to the appointment Elisa J. Lusk, Ca Snpt. CENTRAL RECORD KVEEY WEEK. BY EUENA VISTA. Mr. John M. Lane has built a nice stock barn on his farm in Polleys Bend. Will Badget, of Polleys Bend, mo-e- d to Lincoln county the middle of this week Mr- - Manly Grow, of Jessamine county will moove iu a few weeks to his fathers farm Polleys B nd. Key. J. W Hugh, of Wilmore, preac" ed at Mont Olivet last Saturday night and Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Jchn Scott, of near this place has posted his fiirm and will prosecute any intruder caught or his premices. The Public school taught by Miss Amanda Anderson at this place will close the last Friday before Christ mas L D. Scott has sold her inteiest in the grocery business to J. E. Scott and he Will continue the business at the old stand. Morgan Tryor, of this pi tee has purchased a piece of land in the lower end of the county and will move there the latter part of the week. -- BRAKEMAN Co WAS SHOT. Wai theVinsea:.ce of a3Iol Tramp Taken From Eirlliigtoa to Henderson, liy. of-t- he LOUIS LA.NDRAH, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Don't Buy Now. WAIT and SEE our HOLIDAY GOODS 5 One Tsar, m advance " Six Months. " Thbee " $1.00 so .25 FRIDAY December 9 1898. Gov. Dkadi.ky is opposed to Uncle S ,m aiquiring1 territory all over the world, and gives splendid reasons for his position. He says: For more than a third of a century of profound peace the people of the United States have proven incapable of settling the race question. It is no nearer solution now th in at the outset. Kotwithstan ling this, an effort is now being made to acquire other possessions, and another has been attached, the rrBult of which will bj cot only to bring under our jurisdiction and control Malays, ignorant Negroes, Chinese, Japanese and lapcri, thereby greatly r asin ; racial troubles and the difficulties attending their settlement, but the assumption of burdens and respon-- k i.itili s, which will inevilably prove o en us, expansive and exceedingly dangt-rous- . In view of the rassh energies being, expended in this behalf abroad, there is no time remaining for the settlement of vexed questions of government at home. Iudeed, then; srerns much greater anxiety to court similar difficulties in foreign lands than to prevent them in our own. Pig-rn'in-c- The State of Washington, which had female suffrage as a territory, voted against continuing women as voters, last month. This is well. Whenever a woman puts on breeches she loses that respect and love which she enjoy vh le remaining in her place. Women voters, women lawyers, women dec- tors and greatest of all, women speak' , are always misfits, and, as we heard a fellow say, are either old maids or disappointed married women generally speaking. c-f- Congskss convened Monday. The president's message related principal ly to increase of the standing army and the problems brought about by the recent war with Spain. He ju gles with the additional territory problem, though maps out no fixed policy as to the government of the lands. It is a windy document and was doubtless only be read by those having more spare time than anything else. If anyone thinks the Courier Jour nal has lost its popularity, he will quickly change his opinion by taking a look at Sunday's edition. It had 1 5 colums of advertising matter from the leading and best firms in the south besides more than the usual amount of c'loice news matter. Taken up one si'le and down thj other, the old J cannot be surpassed, if equalled. C.-- Skverai. col eges are arranging fcr an oratorical contest at Lexington Many a good plow hand is spoiled by Uiese contests. The strength wasted in m iking "sweeping gestures" would lo much more appropriately utilized ove i' applied to pulling the bell-cor- d PRICES broke out at 12:S0 Saturday morning llklllUUIII U II I LllOl S. W. COR. MAIN AND MILL STS.. in the large sale and livery stable of Orer National Exchange Bank and Y.M.C. A.J SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Stephens & Foster, and before the en The editor acknowledges with RpfpTPnPP-Thousa- nd of gines could be got to work it was det ianks an invitation to be present at CHOC atea, including sncrewful Hu in bank-.llfl officials. TRAVELING MEN. stroyed. Twenty-fiv- e valuable horses the reception and celebration compris Award of9frIml and Dlplama at Wurld'4 were destroyed burned to death and ing Kentucky's welcome to Kentuck'i Exposition, for etc. Sent to tin- ftrnn'l Jury. A Thoronjrh. Influential, and Honored one emplo3'e was badly scorched. The troops at Louisville. Many visitor. Hundred-- of Ky., Lexington, Dec. 7. Martin fire is now under control. Flowers. Shade. College. from states. etudenuln attendance tlia past year will ba in the city and a royal time Johnson, who, with Robert Rowland, Butlneu Course contintn of Book keeping, will be had by those attending. Mad Horse Killed. ftasinesa Arithmetic. Penman'hip.Commerrial Law. Merchandising, ltankine. Joint Stock, Manufacconfesses to the murder of Jupiter Blue Grass Nurseries. Louisville, Ky., Dec C A horse be turing. Lectures. Business Practice, Mercantile CorLewis, Tuesday, waived examination respondence, etc. Keply to X. V. Z. longing to Mr. George Ewing, at tl n tr and Telepraphy Shorthand. Type-Win the police csurt and was sent before O'Rell's Station, Elitor Record: are specialties ; hare special teachen and room, was bitten by a mad taken alone or with the grand jury for indictment. An unknown quantity, signingX . Y. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and can beKentucky Unirersity the ISusines C'ourrr. dog several weeks ago. Sunday it de KS"The Diploma undersea), Z. in your last issue, seeks to expose Father at N and Garden. Fruit and Ornamen awarded our graduates. veloped hydrophobia and ran from the RiTSfx'cial Course of for the Ky., Dec 7. Capt. Hen stable foaming at the mouth and bit my scheme for destroying the English Louisville, tal Trees; Shrubs, Roses, Vines, Summer, $10. B5 ry J. O'Neill, an old resident of Louis ing at everything. Sparrow, and deals with it as if it were A posse finally Small Fruits, Rhubard, Asparagus month.Special Course of Penmanship. 3 per a trivial affair. The destruction of ville, is dead, aged 99 years. He was ran the animal down and shot and kill Fall sessions and all stock grown in nurseries. ofGraduates oftheSamnierand attending the thit Collem haTe the priTilege of married two years ago and threo ed it. that bird is more desired, by the far Literary Department Prices reasonable, as we employ no if desired, to June, lMtf, of Kentucky L'niTersitj. free ofeharse. months ago his wife gave birth to mere of the country, than anything agents. Descriptive catalogue on Xo Vacation. Knter now. Charged With Grand Larceny. B R YANTSVI LLE. baby boy which survives its father, else, and, to them, the question is more Call at the College for new Catalogue of this ColBowling (Jref.n, Ky., Dec. 5. Otway application to lege, containing an endorsement of nearly lii of it momentous than the annexation of the former pnpiN now in business, etc., in this city, or llietl After a Lnn Illness. Dickerson was held over by the exam H. F. HILLENMEYFR address its President, The meeting closed at ML Olivet last Philippines, the tariff issue or the Louisville, Ky., December 7. Miss ing court upon a warrant charging him WILBUR R. SMITH, question of a tilver dollar being made Thursday. Phone 27. Lexington.Ky Emma Louise Tqney. a daughter of with grand larceny. Young Dickerson a standard dollar, at the ratio of 1G to Mrs. llallie Deathrise has returned Circuit Judge Sterling B. Toney, died is a LEXINGTON, KY. first cousin of Arch Tyler, the man 1. The farmers will never vote for to her home in Richmond. here Tuesday morning after a long ill alleged to have been robbed of some dest-o- y a man who seeks to the effect Mrs. Ophelia Dunn is yisiting her ness. thing like $200. of my invention. I believe "X. Y. Z" sister, Mrs. Hannah Berkele. MT. HEBRON A Normal Collejrr. Heavy Alignment at Louisville. is allowed the title of "Captain," for n the optician will be at the Mr. Clint Armstrong remains quite Lexington?" Ky., Dec 7. The Kenservices in the war between the North Louisville, Ky., Dec. 6. Simonson, Miss Jennie Montgomery is on the mason Hotel, lucky university has added to its de Whitcson & Co., ill at his father's in this place. and the South. I believe that he is i doing business under Monday, 2 1898. ur. i.utt is tne Happiest man in partment a normal college, which is to the name of the New Mammoth, as sick list lawyer, a politician and the embodi Mr. J. H. Montgomery has purchas Returning one day each month. Eyes town over the arrival of a son at his be opened next September, with Prof. signed late Monday afternoon to L, ment o witti. ism and sarcasm. I think Trade Marks ea a new buggy. J. C. Wells in caarge. examined rnd glasses scientifically Designs lOmingore. Assets about S100.000, it he is the man wh ) said that he house. Copyrights &c. The cold weather has cau-.e- d A Krntuc-- y Denial. Rev. Clarlr will fill his regular ap saw siveral hojs that would weigh many consisting of the stock on hand, store Aayone sending a sketch and description may 90) pounds and that the musquitoes pointment at this place second Sunday quickly ascertain onr opinion free whether an Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 7. Chief Jus fixtures and accounts. The liabilities nogs to bj butchered. Invention is probably patentable. Communicatice Lewis Wednesday denied the story are 150,000. tions strictly confldential. llandbook on Patents .ftir. KuuIl's bought eleven fat hogs ght Mr. Whiteson is from werd so large, in a certain locality. sent'free. Oldest agency for securing patents. that a great many of them would Miss Nannie Arnold has returned that he will be a candidate for official New York and succeeded D. G. Klein irom Airs. l'. li Patents taken through Mann & Co. recerro at Sc special notice, without charge. In the The service of Knrses who have graduated reporter of the court when he retires hans in the firm. weigh a pound. These statements are from a pleasant visit to friends Miss Iva Johnson, of High Bridge, is from the Louisville Training School can be from the bench in January. true, bat misleading. Of course sev Buckeye. the guest of Miss Hattie Duncan. secured at the I'atcle A. Cluy Infirmary of O Would Not Remove Newman. AYiandsomely illustrated weekly. eral . will weigh 003 pounds "and ch Miss Carrie Rrown and brother, of K w ird for Fox. Mr. W. D. Scott delivered some wheat Richmond, Ky,; price $15 per week, except in eolation of any scientific journal. Tersest S3 a, Terms. Louisville, Ky., Dec 5. Collector great many musquitoes will weigh contagious cases, for whleh $20 is charged year- - four months, f L Sold by all newsdealers. Upper Garrad, visited friends in this Frankfort, Ky., Dec 7. Gov. oi internal revenue aapp lias an at Burgin last week at C2c per bushel Application for nurses should be made to the MUNN SCbBiBroaNewYorlc pound. If I am correct as to the iden vicinity Sunday. Bradley offered a reward Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Scott are at the uperlut endentof Infirmary. Branch Offlca. MS y et, Washington. D. C tity of X. Y. Z . I must confess that he Miss Claul Arnold has returned to 8100 for the capture of William Fox, nounced that he will not remove his chief deputy, Lewis Newman, so long bidside of Mrs. Houston Scott who ii is my friend and that I admire his her home, her school having closed at the Covington Negro wanted for killing as he is in office himself. Commissioner very ill. manhood and his talent, but his article Buckeye last Friday. ORGANIZED 1883. FOUR ROUTE Ada Marshall. Scott could only make the removal by Jas. Ovorstreet will preach two ser will defeat him for any office, to which I have a few trimmed hats that will abolishing the office. Whlpplng-- l mons in this vicinity the latter part of he mi?ht asp're, as the farmers will it for OVo. NATIONAL BANK, Cleveland, O., Dec 7. State Sena thn week. notsupporthim, on account of his views sell very low, regardless of cost Come TO From.nrnt Krntnoklan Dead. U OP LAHOASTEB. FT tor Walcott, if to the Ohio on the Sparrow question. They will and see them. 'Mrs. A. S. Haselden. Overcome evil with good. Overcome Lexington, Ky., Dec 2. News of the Rev. Allen, of Danville, delivered an legislature, promises to introduce a support a man who favors the ex- only death of CoL A. S. Hunt, for 20 years your coughs and colds with One Min bilL termination of that bird and one who xcellent discourse at Pleasant Grove r.'higping-ps- t night clerk at the Phoenix hotel in ute Cough Cure. It is so good children Capital, $50,000 Sa.day. Subject, Love your enemies. is not disposed to deal with the subjec n"n Title Bank Sued. this city, was received here Thursday cry for it It cures croup, bronchitis as if it werj a frivolous one. Many a he us eh old is saddened by . , from Detroit, Minn. He probably pneumonia, grippe and all throat and Surplus Fund w. AbbUlUCV J 10,000 Beside this my invention was a val- death because of the failure to keep General'Taylor filed suit against the knew more people than any other man lung diseases. At Stormes Drurr Indianapolis, Peoria and; uable one and, if his article causes an- on hand a safe and absolute csrtain First national bank of Pineville for ' in Kentucky, and was the original of otore. im Micnigan Points Mr. other to patent it, he will be made de- cure for croup such as the One Minute ivy iu,i ctuu xoaat auiuuiiiiuif HJ "the colonel" in the play, "In Old mgton,and Mrs. J. L. Crawford, of L x-BUSINESS SOLICITED. Trains leave Seventh Street Station Mrs. Florence Crawford, of fendant in a damage suit for 10.000, Cough Cure. See that your lit le one 51L Kentucky." and First Street Station. Jessamine, are visiting relatives here. Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed in which all the lawyers in town will are protected against emergency. A Imtt Reports Reduced. No Will Found. City TicJ-a- t Office, 218 Fourth Avenne represent the plaintiff. I give these Stormes' Drug Store. A lm Fbaijkfobt, Ky., Dec. 6. The state sonssinging was given at T. W. Thome- - J. K. HieeiKBOTHAX Louisville, Ky., Dec 6. No will hai hints in order that the author of that President Saturday evening inTiorior of the S. Bottom Prices, yet been found left by Col. Thomas H. librarian Monday reduced the price of ii iginjr master Mr. Jamas article may govern himself accordingly. Lxwis Y. Lxatill Johnson. General Agent Passenger Dep't I am bound to sell goods, and in or Sherley, and it is thought he died in- the Kentucky reports from $3.60 to 33 Id D. Hughes B. F. Hudson Cashier .Louisville Ky der to do so I am selling absolutely testate Swager Sherley. his son. haf ' per volume for the first edition, and O. Bisnbt Assistant Cash'i Coughed 25 Year. qualified as administrator of the larg 81'80 Per volume for the second edition, tost. D. Walxks all-woQueen goods, from Wanamakir & Bookkeeper CreseentRoute. I suffered for 25 years with a couh. This is the first reduction in the price estate. Many have lost confidence and hope Brown, at Philadelphia prices. PASS S3 DASVILLX. Suit of Kentucky law reports made in 20 and spent hundreds of dullars with NORTH BOUND. as well as health, because they have The Hsrdlo Robbery. doctors and for medicine to no avail years. Number 10 f Daily except 8unday)....6:C9 a. nt. DIBECTOBS: been told their Kidney disease was in- for $8, S10.50 and 812. 0 that cost from Lexington, Ky., Dec 6. Frank HerNumber 6 (Daily except Sunday).... 1:43 p.m until I used Dr. Bell's Number 4 (Dally) Plaff curable. Foley's Kidney Cure is a S3 to $3 more elsewhere. They are die, the pool seller of Pennsylvania. 3:43 a.m. ey. This remedy makes weak lungs M.HiaeiKBOTHAsr, Liwib Y.LxxnzL, Number a (don't stop) 4a7p.m Guaranteed remedy for the discourag- - selling and giving satisfaction. Ccme and Mrs. Elizabeth Hitchens, of Glen DIMA CUBAN RELIEF cures strong'. It has saved my B.JoHSBOir, T. M.Arnold. SOUTH BOUND. life J. B. Call at any drug1 and save money. F.ts gmranle.d or Falls, N. Y., whohe claims robbed hin sT l(Wl M9 CoUc' Keunlgiaud Toothache Eosell. Grants'hurg, ed and disconsolate H.O.Axhou, KnnlmUilnti'tiinni B.F. Hudson. In eve minutes. Sour Stomach III. McEoherts Axix.QrxBi, m. v hughes, Number 5 ( Daily excepViiundayV. .".".11 UO a." ml no pay. store. J.J.WXUUB of 81, 600, arrived in the city Monday. and Summer Complaints. Price, 25 Genu. Drug Store. xumber9 (Dally except Sunday) 7:55 Jacob Y. Boihuok. The grand jury is considering the case Number 3 (Midnight dag) .......".liiip Z. t. m iIp. When you ask for De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve don't accept a counterfeit or imitation. There are more cases of Piles being cured by this, than all others combined. At Stormes' Drug Store. lm William Nave, of this place, has rented the Isaac Hamilton property in the lower end of this county, and will move to same on or about Christmas. Mr. Ed Shirwood representing th wholesale grocery firm of Richard Harks & Co., of Cincinnati, was in this village last Thursday taking Christ mas orders. Will Scott and wife visited her fath ers people in Mercer county last Sat urday and Sunday. Alex Line wen to Lexington last Friday and returntd home Sunday. Your corespondent was in The Record office one day last week and took a view ofthrngs in gen eral and found every thing humming right along. Everything in this office is The editor is wide awake for everything that is new and up-t- o date. Any body that wants printing done will make it to there interest to call on the Central Record. Died, at her home near here, on last Friday, Dec. 2nd, at 7 o'clock, Mrs, Martha Poor aged 73 years. She leaves three sons aud two daughters and hundreds of friends who mourn he loss. The funeral took place at her residence Saturday morning at o'clock. Services by Rev. C M. Hun phries, burial at family grave yard Death, the destroyer of the human race, comes to all. II is cold icy hand is felt in every clime unier the sun, In cottage, and pallace his dominion is over all. This time he lays his hand on the o'd, a woman who had passed her three score years and ten. Though she had been in ill health for severa months, she was never heard to mur mur or complain of her affliction. She was true to her God, herself and her friends. She had few equals and no superiors. Asa man lives so shall he die. When her body has moulded in the tomb "Aunt Martha" Poor's deeds of kindness will live in the hearts and minds of those who knew and loved her. It has been the writer's privilege and pleasure to have known her in timately all my life and a better woman I never knew As a neighbor she was kind and obliging. As a friend none could be more true. As a mother she was kind and devoted. We tender our deepest sympathy to the bereaved children and relatives in this dark hour of their deep affliction and may we all strive to follow her example justness and kindness and we will meet ner in a worm where sickness pain and death never come. Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter. De Witt's Little Early Risers will remove the trouble and cure Sick Headache, Billiousness, Inactive Liver and clear the Complexion. Small, sugar coated, don't gripe or cause nausea. At Stormes' Drug Store. lm Hexdersox, Ky., Dec. 7. Detective L. & N. railroad, leff Harlan, brought to this city Tuesday night from Earlington Andy Quarterman, to sscape tKe vengeance of a mob. Quarterman was put in jail for safe keep ing. He was arrested on suspicion in :onnection with the shooting of Brake- man William Carr. Quarterman had boarded the freight in this city some time in the early morning, and was to Nash aiming to get through ville, lie was ordered off several times by Carr. At Barns-le- y Carr again ordered him off. A lit tle later Carr was shot and killed. Quarterman escaped, but was captured late Tuesday at Earlington. In a little while mob spirit was wife, and Detective Harlan thought best to bring HIS RECOVERY DOUBTFUL. the prisoner here. Quarterman was well- - dressed, and said he was from The Condition of FusllAt Tom Lansing--, Chicago, and a barber by trade. Injured in the Fight TVlth J.ialc Boot, at Chicago, is Serious. Dc:loii .May lie Url.iyed. Fraxkfort, Ky., Dec 7. There was Louisville, Ky., Dec 5. The condi'A rumor around the state house Wed' nesday that the court of appeals may tion of Tom Lansing, the pugilist ,who delay the decision upholding the was stricken with paralysis several Goebel election law and not decide it days ago as a result of a blow from till the January term. Chief Justice the glove of Jack Root in a fight at Chicago, was more serious Saturday Lewis, in particular, and the court in than it has been at any time since his general, are angry because the decision leaked out. None of the court of illness. It is feared softening of the ficers either confirm or deny the story brain has begun. He has been delirious now for 24 hours and has been reof the postponement until January, but it is not generally credited, as the moved to Sts. Mary and Elizabeth hoscourt will be reorganized at that time, pital for treatment. Dr. Turner AnderJudge Hobson succeeding Judge Lewis. son, his physician, says it is doubtful if he will recover. They are Arriving and is the You can always buy your Groceries Cheaper and Fresher of the Old Reliable BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. Here is the proof of it: iS lbs Standard Granulated Sugar - LOOL HERE. $i.oo Finest Liue we lave Ever. Sliown . E. McRoberts.4 The Eagle, King of All Birds. is noted for its keen sight, clear and distinct vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids. Sold at25cts. McRoberts Drug Store. i box Laundry Soap 05 Cream Cheese 15 06 Prunes, per pound " Maccironi " 07 12 1 qt Jar Prepared Mustard Also just received a big line of Bulk Mince Meat, Apple But ter, Strawberry and Peach Preserves, all ot which are CHEAP Leave your order for Fresh Oysters Christmas. Yours For Cash, BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. EPH. P. BROWN, M GR. STONE. A. D. Ford sold to Ben Robinson a bunch of fat hogs at 3.00 per hundred. M iss Aslcie Murphy is spending several weeks with friends at Jellico, Tenn. T. L. Sanders bought of Charles West eight barrels of corn at 81.00 per barrel. T. L. Sanders bought of Potts Preston and son a bunch of shoats at 2 per hundred. Miss Lula Ray is spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Lesla Homes, of Back Creek. Mrs. Mollie Fain and Cson, Walter, left Monday for Spencer to visit her s'ster, Mrs. J03 McDonnot and is also goin to Louisville to have their eyes Office, National Bank. treated. Miss L'zzij Thompson has returned t ) her home at Buen.i Vista after several days visit among friends in this community after the close of her sc'iool. Many of her friends regret her departure especially some of the youug Be on the Safe Side and Convict Parole The Kc'n tucky prison commissioners have de cided to convict parole law, passed in 1888, but suspended since 1801, by governors on the ground as uncoa constitutional. The first convict to bo parolled under order of the commis sioners Tuesday was John Dugan, who killed Judge Jno. Colson, brother of Col. Colson, of the 4th Kentucky and congressman from the eleventh district of Kentucky. 7. Lm to He Frankfort, Ky., Dec. Taintsvillk, T.i Vote On T.t c il Option. Ky., Dec. 3. On the Frankfort, Ky., of Mileage Not Allowed. Dec. 7. The court appeals Tuesday decided that Charles Wilson, chief of police of Mt. Sterling, who was appointed by the governor asthe state's agent to go to jew xork ana oring back a prisoner under arrest there for a theft commit ted in Kentecky, is not entitled to mile age. because on some technicality the New York governor refused to honor the requisition. state prison commission held its regular monthly meeting here Tuesday, but no action was taken as to the chair con tract, but at a meeting to TSe held Wednesday it will be taken up with other proposed contracts, and disposed of. Wants D images for Alienated Atf ctions. Chair Contract Not Broachrd. Frankfort, Ky., Dec 7. The 9th of this month this town will take a vote as to whether local option shall prevail any longer, or open saloons be conducted. The fight is waxing hot. All the churches are making an active campaign. The Paintsville high school is also expected to make an open fight, as open saloons, it is believed, would endauger the very existence of the school. Some of the most influential citizens of the town favor saloons, and the contest will bo close At present the town is probably "wet" by a small majority. Samuel J. l'ugh Klccted. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 0. Samuel J. Pugh, republican, has been declared elected to congress from the Ninth Kentucky district by the state election commissioners. Williams, democrat, was his opponent. Chairman Pryor wrote the opinion of the commissioners, which, in the contest, is to the effect that Williams has failed to make out a case. On the same kind of a ruling, Boreing is given the certificate over White in the Eleventh. Williams will carry his contest before congress. Pugh's plurality is ten. Pugh-Willia- Insure your Tobacco. . R. KINNIARD OPENING op men. Soaking, healing, cleansing, De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the implacable enemy of sores, burns and wounds. It never fails to cure Piles. You may rely upon it. At Stormed Drug Store. im. LEAF. Corn is worth SI. 23 per Ciiic Uni r. . in&Y NOVELTIES 11 TO BE AT ,KS STOUT. L. Business, PHONOGRAPHY, IILL4XIT) barrel in this 5 Cattlo From M.idUon. Richmond, Ky., Dec 3. The finest lot of cattle shipped from Madison county this year made up a special for a divorce from Thomas B. Potts. In the other she asks for 85,000 damages from Eliza E. Wellman for the alleged alienation of her husband's af fections. Kc.iped With Slight Ashland, Ky., Dec. 7. Thomas Crump, a wholesale grocer, while crossing the C. & O. railroad track in his carriage, was struck by an engine. The carriage was demolished, but Mr. Crump escaped with a few slight bruises. - Louisville, Ky., Dec 7. Mattie E, train of 20 cars, which went east over Potts was the plaintiff in two suits the R., N. I. & B. There were 300 catfiled here 'Tuesday. In one she asks tle in the lot, corn-fe- d and weighing pounds each. They were bought cents of Col. T. D. Chenault, the at cattle king of Madison, by a New York firm, which will ship them direct to England. 1,550 Midnight Fire nt Mt. Sterling. Mt. Sterling, Ky., Dec. 3. Fire nety-N.n- i'. vicinity. James R. Henry is building a nice residencj. J. B. Leavell, of B yantsville, was here this week on business. W. B. A lams has lost five or six head of cattle from the effects of ddhorning. The weather is getting bid and theri will be a great deal of corn wintered in the field. Most all of the young men at Paint Lick and Lowell have been off on a visit since circuit court comm jacjd. William Wallace has sold his farm of 103 acres to Mike Noe for S43 per acre. Mr. Wallace has the use of it another year. C. F. Chenault, of Madison, has contracted with Pieas Murray to feed 100 of cattle for him until the first of head April. Some of ourftrmers say they can make moremjney selling rabbits at five csnts a piece than they can corn and wheat at the present prices and msy are taiDKing seriously oi engag ing in the biis:nois. W. L Woner guessed the exact num ber of grains of corn in the jir at R L. Jennings & Co., and got the stove. we always heard it took a fool for luck but that is not the case this time, Bill is no fool by a long shot. The sooner a cough or cold is cured without harm to the sufferer the bet ter. Lingering colds are dangerous. micicing cough is distressing. One Minute Cough Cure quiclsly cures it. Why suiter when such a cough cure is within reach? It is pleasant to the taste At Stormes' Drug Store, lm Many Attractive Features not Displayed by other Store3 by their own special imtorters. LILLARD Educate W. H. LACKEY, Successor to Lackey & Gulley. Situation. First-Cla- s EEiSs Telegraphy LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE bUHlfflcRCIAL COLLEGE IfCNTIirifV IIMIUCDCJTV II, , Fruit. 21) FaU, 1S9S. ri Book-keepin- Dr. R. well-know- - January ti d. G.-o- Trained Nurses. Scientific American. TONS 1 CHIOAGO! BEST TERMINALS J. GATES. - Pine-Tar-H- A't J. HEBE WE KEEP A SHOUTING! HEAR US SHOUT! J. L. FROHMA1T & CO. "2"0" w EARE SELLING THE BEST GOODS FOR THE MONEY. ALL OUR GOODS ARE GUARANTEED Underwear. Nobby Line Men's Odd Pants, Men's Fine Suits at every price. Cotton, Wool, 1 from $5 to$18. of Neckwear. Fleece-lined, 3LISTE1T TO the olobe. Kip. s Dect of the hitrhest culture. MW E TAL IS! DA'M'VTT.t.'R ttv J Best Workmanship, Style, Fit. Warranted Never to Men's Fine Dress - Overcoats. Storm Overcoats, Top Coats. Same for Boys and Children. Full Dress Shirts, Stylish Colored Shirts. Best Unlaundered Shirts, 50c. WORK SHIRTS. Her s was T one of. the best balanced minds, and Shelled Almonds, Stop and look at the prices and you will be sure to come in and buy, At the Funeral of Mrs. I.ucluda Green- - she possessed, or was possessel of, the 1847 Rogers Knives and Porks $3. per dozen. most unbounded comrion-sensCity last Week. leaf In This Ribbons that were socts now go at 25cts. (3) She was remarkable for her stri Whole-whe- at Mail orders promptly attended to. , . , . Lucinda B. Stephens was born in king personality her independence jjcob snop Ribbons have been reduced to 2Qcts and so on Jessamine county, Kentucky, on the of iLentucky. 40ct hile not imperious, character. Send U3 your Watches, Clocks etc Fancy Feathers for 75cts. $1.25 Fancy Feathers now go at 50c 25th day of November, 1814. Her age, she was imperial; while not domineer .f erlect Satisfaction, or money $1.50 therefore; at the time of her death, ing, hers was a dominating character. refunded. 7 sc Fancy Feathers now go at 25cts. Nice Felt Hats socts. Sailors was 84 j'ears and one day she having She was born to rule. While possess Send for catalogue of Silver Novelties. Babjr Caps lrom 25Cts to 75cts. Rem celebrated, with a number of her aged ed of the kindliest of natures her will Shreded Socts, Walking Hats 5octs. friends, her 84th birth- was her sceptre Her judgment was Jeweler, Optician, nants of Ribbons. Silks, Satins, Veilings Etc.. at a mere trine. Come and day just twenty-fou- r hours before she almost unerring, enabling her to form Crimp Crispies, in, we take pleasure in showing our goods. fell asleep in Jesus. She was married her decisions quickly, and when once Respectfully, 'Phone 85 to William Greenleaf in the year 1830, ormed, she was not easily moved from Zung Irritation THE ADJUTANT GENERAL. and shortly afterward removed.to this them. She, was therefore, a woman of is the forerunner to Lownejr'sBon Bons, consumption. Dr town, where she has lived sa con deep and abiding convictions. There liens will cure it, and Some of the Numerous Dullon Till was never anything biting or spiteful give such strength to stant source of blessing for s:xty-thre- e Important Oilivlnl Hits to the Miss Laylin, of McCreary, is the years. Baltimore Oysters, her worjs, but she always said congn or a cold will not lungs that a Ihere were only two persons settle there. guest of Miss Ross, on StanTord, St. in town older than she, and there are what she pleased. Strange to say, we Twenty-fiv- e cents at McRoberts Drue w The latest authority on military Mr. W. R. Marrs, of Knoxville, has not more than one or two who were loyed her the more, because of this. ot oiuro matters declares that the adjutant-generFRIDAY, December 9, 1888 been visiting relatives in this city for here when she came. They had only lhis striking feature of her life drew is the principal organ of the Are the Latest tilings gotten fairly started in life when her all hearts toward her. Very few old a few days. MARKSBURY. commander of an army in publishing husband was taken from her, and she people, especially those who have been Miss Julia Mae Gaines will enter orders. The same organ of the comwas left with five little children to practical invalids for years and years, Mr. T. S. Moore lain me younger set at a masquerace battle with life single handed and kept in perfect touch with old and visit to Oklahoma. has returned from a mander of a division, brigade, geographical division cr department is party this, Friday, evening. long years she young, like "Aunt Liucinda," as she alone. For forty-thre- e Mrs. T. D. Scott has been quite styled assistant adjutant-generaThe Several society girls and boys met has bravely faced the future and grap was lovingly called. Her hold on the out is some better at this writing. sick laws of the I'nited States, however, with Miss Dove Harris last week and pled with present duty and died with people was remrrkable. The old lov Mr. Alfred Boner, of Danville, spent provide for but one adjutant-generaMiss Bertha Uurnside is visiting organized a "Dramatic Club." a spi... sweet, and a heart as sunny ed her, and the young revered her. As ouuuay wun nis parents Mr. and Mrs with the rank of brigadier-generafriends atMcCreary. the shadows- of her eventful life J. C. made by regulations chief of a bureau T Jno. Mount, of La Grange, is clerk- as a June morning. e Boner. sixty-threyears arr lengthenei, she did not become angry Not far from of the war department, and charged, Mrs L. W. Rigney has been visaing ing in the store of his uncle, R. E Mc Madam Rumor reports a wedding in under the general, with details affectshe gave herself to Christ, and always with the world, nor soared at manher old friends in Casey. Roberts during the holiday rush. acknowledged his unreserved master- kind, but like a golden sheaf of wheat this yiclnity before the beeinnin- of ing army discipline, with the recruitREPORT OF THE CONDITION Miss Jennie Burnside has been viis" CapL Wm Herndon returned from ship over her life, and to this fact is mellowed and ripened by the sunlight another year. ing service, records, returns, etc.; two iting Miss Dove Harris. pdjutants-generaassistant Mrs. Bowen Fox. of D Estill county Wendesday where he to be tracjd the secret of her great of heaven, she was gathered in the with the or THE r.' luvi ,.lih th Mr. Ira Taylor, a popular drummer had been acting is special judge in a usefulness and blessedness in this com richness and wealth of her years into been spending several days with her rat .. lieutenant-colonel and ten with the cousin, Mrs. M. P. Rojt the heavenly garner. of Cincinnati, was here a few days ago., murder triaL munity. rank of major. The bureau duties (4) She was remarkable Hog killing has been the order of the ot adjutant-generaBefore the days of her extreme fee for her Mrs. Alice Lusk. of Hustonville, has l and bleness she was an angel of mercy in strong faith. Her hold on God was day in this vicinity for the last two are: "Publishing orders inassistants been visiting- Mrs. Emma Kauffmau writin The Trial of Hob Hroivn. OF LANCASTEIt. KY.. AT every home where sickness was to be sublime. Poverty, ear weeks and many large hogs have maKing up written instructions and Glasgow, Ky., Dec. 2. The trial of Miss Graham leaves for her home ly struggles, separation from her be- changed lianas and baen slaughtered. found in all the town. One of transmitting them; reception of re CLOSE OF BUSINESS, DECfl. 1, 1.898 next week, the millinery season being Bob Brown was resumed Thursday est citizens, who has known her since loved children, even death itself could Rev. W. M. Kuykendall has returned ports ana returns; disposing of them: morning, the crowd present being as 1848, says over. that in this respect, he nev not dampen the ardor of her love for from Mercer where he has been hold- forming tables showing the state and large as Wednesday. Fifty men have RESOURCES position of corps; regulating detail, Miss Mabel Royston entertained a been examined and only six accepted er saw her equal. During the scourges Christ, or disturb the even flow of the ing a protracted meeting. There were Loans ami few friends Saturday eveniug of last as jurors. Thursday will be consumed of cholera wh'ch swept over the town river of peace that transformed her not any additions, but the church -- was of service; corresponding with the nd ?TV?.rt.,.r:lft.s' (llccntmi: os ..i(.ir M anil unsecured", minlstrative departments relative to u. fa J.onrts l.Mti 1852 and 1873, she bravely stood at heart into a garden of bloom, and very week. to ocenre circulation. much revived. 25.CW) 00 in getting a jury. The grand jury in post, the wants of troops; corresponding iTeminms on IT. S. Bond. . . her not afraid to serve her God beauty, and fragrance, and fruitage. WO 00 J. C Boner bought o: Mosss Drton witn tne corps, detachments or ind Stock, securities, etc Dr, Acton, of Lincoln, is visiting his Wednesday returned four indictments 2,000 00 . and humanity in the vjry face of dan- She has frequently 'told me that she 2 furniture hogs weighing 820 lbs at 3c. J. S. vidual officers serving under the or OtUer real estate and and fixtures 8,500 00 Dr. Action, on Crab Orchard against Brown, charging rape commit- ger, cousin, and what seemed to many, almost never permitted nerself to doubt the mortiraees Johnson sold a 490 lb hog to B. P. ders of the same commander, and the Dne owned ted upon Terry McClelland, shooting 1,350 00 Ave. certain death. Daring the civil war inspiring truth that 'All things" do P. lrom National Banks (not;Re methodical arrangement and care of and wounding Mrs. McClelland, shootRobinson 33. John Royston, Sr. reserve Agents est Mrs.. J. "M. Hyatt has returned from ing and wounding Bertha McClelland, she ministered to the sick and dying "work together for good to them that sold a nice at the records and prners of his ofiice. Due from State Ranks and Rankers.." I,".!? lot of hogs to B. P. RobinDue from approved reserve agents... ."17 w th unstinted hospitality, and even love God." In conversations with her a visit to her neice, Miss Maggie Noel, The active duties of the adjutant-geson at from 2.85 to S3. 00 per hundred. assault and battery on Lewis McCler."l 75 uuawymi uuieccasn items out of her poverty she gaye to supply how often have 1 been put to shame in Stanford. nanus 160 tw lland. A c nigh is not liko a fever: It dses eral consist in establishing camps, vis- Fractional paper enrrenev, by the simplicity and nickles iting guards and outposts, mustering the wants of the hungry, ot and cents not have to run a certain course. Care an.l 151 Miss Wesley, of Lincoln, Co, is the Wholesale Io!gonln;. specie and home-sicinspecting troops, .'.ii;di.;'56 soldier. Her house was her trust in God, and her complete r Versailles, Ky., Dec C. One hun- even turned into a hospital, where rest on the promises of His word. In it quickly and effectually with One guaras anti detachments, inspecting guest of her brother, Dr. Wesley, on notes i.'.tc 00 forming M Minute Cough Cure, the best remedy parades and lines of battle, the eon- - Redemption fund with V. dred girls, inmates of the Cleveland scores found Richmond, Ave. S. Treas- relief and symnathy in such faith she found complete free- for nrer(5perceut of circulation... 1.1a, 00 all ages and for the most severe ca- duct and control of deserters and pris female orphans home, this city, to- her motherly dom from worry, and to this fact, must ministrations. Miss Lizzie Simpson has been with gether with the matron, Mrs. Mary Total ses. We recommend it because it's oners, maKing reconnoisances, and in yix.vx St Sister Greenleaf was a remarkable be traced the lone life that was vouch her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Simpson at th? Bradford, and Mrs. Kate Vanderveer, LIABILITIES. general discharging such other active woman in many respects. This town safed to an otherwise, frail and deli good. At Stormes' Drug Store. lm Capital stock mild in :r n Mason Hote1. ''' ' music teacher, were in a precarious has not Surplus fund Misses Sadie and Pearl Aldridge at. duties as may be assigned to them." mi She lived as God would witnessed for many a day the cate body. St. Lo uis Undivided profits, less expenses and Misses Eugen'a Bush..' and Maggie condition Monday night, having been departure of a more really distinguish- have her live, and was given to see tended a birthday dinner last Friday taxes paid 2 oia Why He Wanted It. uuouui wane notes outstanding 00 Tomlinson have been visiting friends poisoned. Ph3sicians have not yet de- ed and remarkable citizen than she. "length of days" and the "goodness of at Mr. E. T. Minor's near Hubble, National jyj cided how they were poisoned, but (1) She was Fa rmer Jones You want a job, eh? Due to other R inks nnrtRanks. . quite a number of friends and relatives Due to State in Bryantsville. ..ntu remarkable in that, she the Lord in the land of the livine-.think it was drinking water that had attained to so great an age She had Her declining years were spent under were present and all enjoyed the I never seen the likes uv you looking Individual deposits subject to check". 138 3H 51 iiuuuiucs uiiier man tbose abo c Some Mrs. Cicero Price, after s voral days been standing in lead pipes. oountuul repast and left wishing Mr. ftr a job before. siaieu, aiocK deduction 3,i(0 (0 passed her fourscore years, and while the kindly ministration of loving ! Weary visit to relatives in th!s city, has re- of the children may die. Total Minor long life and prosperity and the wid me! Wrambler Oh it's a mere fad rooM 51 they were to her "years of labor and with every care brushed away, rl want a job fer de same turned Vj Lexington. rilaim Sold fur 810,000. sorrow" they had never dimmed the and every want supplied. Thev real enjoyment of many more such dinners. reason dat ladies go slumming I want State of Kentucky, County of Garkahd, ss: 1, t. Hudson, swear of Louisville, Ky., Dec 2. One of the brightness of her mind, or the cheer- ized during her what a rich ler mix right in wid yer family and bank, . do solemnly Cashierthat the above named Mr. John Anderson, who has been For Pneumonia. most important harness horse deals this fulness of her spirits. Only by com- treasure they had in her, so that, their git morally shocked and see jest how ment Is true to the best of mv the above stateknowledge and clerking for Mr. Jno. Higginbotham, year Dr. J. G Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., dt odder half lives, anil all R.F. Cashier, has been consummated by the pur- parison can we take in this long sweep after years need not b. filled with dat. Puck. subscribed and swnrn ,r Hudson.n.. .1.1. . lvuf.o. left this week for Texas. day of Deer, lslW. chase of Pilatus, the trotter, by a of years. The events of the year 1814 vain regrets because thrj "knew not says; I have used Foley's Honey and QucHtlon of Pride. sj'ndicate for SIO.OOO. The deal read like ancient history now. The the day of their visitation' and failed Tar in three very severe cases of pneuMiss Eugenia Bush leaves shortly His Attorney You'd better Correct Attest: to spend the winter with her uncle, was made at Des Moines, la., by Frank world has moved so rapidly that the to pour upon her the libation of their monia the past month with good rc- Your punishment would be J. M. HlGCINBOTHAJl. ) suits." Call at anv 1m Kenney, secretary of the local trotting space seems almost infinite, and yet love. Lewis Y. Leavell, Mr. Jones Salter, in Barbe e, Ark. merely a nominal fine. Directors. II. C. Arnold J Prisoner That's all right. I'd rather association, who negotiated with J. N. this life just closed on earth spans She went as she prayed to go, in the When little Herman first saw his run the risk Mrs. Bettie Embry, who has been McClellan. of going to' jail than to Mr. Kenney announced this long period. Sister Greenleaf twinkling of an eye, doubtless, with, twin brothers, he looked at them a visiting Mrs. M. D. Hughes, has re- the sale Thursday. The horse, which stand up before everybody and acwas born amid the strife and turmoil out a struggle or a pain, out of dark- moment and then asked, REPORT OF THE CONDITION "Mamma. knowledge I stole a bicycle of the turned to her home in Louisville. has a record of 2:09, is at the Louis- of our second English war. iust a ness into light, out of pain into pleas- did you send for samlpss?"' make of 1SU4. Chicago Tribune. OFTHE ville trotting track. month and fourteen days before the ure, out of the frailty of the flesh into Mrs. Will Lear has been in LexingKrntoclty'a Trfunuror". Report. battle of New Orleans. She lived the fullness of immortal blessedness, ton at the be Iside of her grandfather, Frankfoki, Ky., Dec 6. The month- therefore, under the administration of and the brightness of the everlasting Mr. T. A. Woolfork who is very ilL X ly statement of the state' treasurer, is- twenty-tw- o of our twenty-fiv- e Presi morning. Dr. Donald McDonald and bride, oe sued Monday, shows a balance of 0 dents. lived during the lifetime OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT Weak Eyes Are Made Strong-Shelbyville, spent several days with in the treasury after paying out of all of bat WashingSquire Kinnaird's family the past week. 350,000 to school teachers in Novem- ton, for Adams and Jefferson did not dim vision made clear, styes removed CLOSE OF BUSINESS DEGR. 1,1898 ber. Interest bearing warrants to the die until she was a girl of twelve and granulated lids or sore eyes of any Miss Letitia B'own, a handsome kind speedily and effectually cured by RESOURCES. Lexington lady, is the guest of her amount of $400,000 were taken up since years in the year 1823. She lived to the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye Loans and discounts i i?iS3.". 01 December 1, 1897, with the fund aris- see the population of her beloved coun uncles, Messrs W. S. and R. A. Beazley. Overdrafts, secured and unseenred... ICO Oil ing from the increased rate of taxa- try grow from eight millions in 1814, salve. It's put up in tubes, and sold IT. S. Bonds to secure circulation .WflflO on a guarantee at MeRjbert3 Drug Stocks, securities, etc 00 Miss Dove Harris was the hostess to tion provided for in May, 1897. to all of eighty millions in the year 00 furniture and fixtures 11, store. a few friends Saturday evening in hon1898. She knew nothing in Her young Other real estate aud mortgages own- Sheriff.' Fees. cu v,im 99 or of Miss Letitia Brown, of Lexinger days of our modern conveniences. Frankfort, Ky., Dec 2. The court Que from National Banks (not RePremiums. serve Agents) 3.14125 ton. of appeals Thursday, in. the case of The steamboat had just been invent Dne from State Banks and bankers.. 2.015 SO Although our prices are as low as tha Due from approved reserve agents.... 4219 SO Pendleton county against McMillan, ed. No steamship had ever plowed lowest, to increase patronage, Miss Mary Anderson has returned Checks and other cash items the US 90 the stormy main. 1 he old stage coach Howard Tailoring compan,y Notes of other National Banks 2,075 00 of Chicafrom Knoxville, Tenn., where she has sheriff, decided that the sheriff is entiFractional paper currencv.nlckels.cts avi M tled to 10 per cent, of the first S5.000 was the fast express of those days, and go, will give an American Silveroin Specie been visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm 112.93:! 00 r z.ueo to collected and not 10 per cent, of the the Railroad train still slept in the watch, or a high class, handsome umnotes Marrs. brella, latest style handle, value 2.50 iUfidi CO first 65,000 in each separate fund col- inventors brain. The old tallow dip with each Redemption Fund with U. S. Treas suit of clothes er overcoat, urer of oi circulation) 2,230 CO and, the were the best il- bought of them. This does not change Miss Mary Burnside's friends storm- lected for the county. uminants the finest country palace price or quality, and a fit is guaranOur choice selections of New Holiday Goods ed her Tuesday evening at her home Total $362.913 09 Kentucky College Y. 3L C. A. teed. M. D. Hughes, Agt on Richmond Ave. 'J he evening was are now ready for the inspection Richmond, Ky., Dec 3. The confer- could afford. The electric light was LIABILITIES. very enjoyable. I he ence of the College Young Men's Chris- an undreamed of possibility. Capital stock paid In $100,000 00 and approval of '. steel and flint were the parlor matchSnrplnsfund 20,000.00 Miss Florence Harris entertaind a tian Associations of Kentucky will es of that time, and the thousand and uuuiviaeu prons,iess expenses and taxes paid 2,197 01 ALL WHO KNOW A GOOD TOOK WHENTHEY SEEIT few friends last Thursday in honor of meet in this city, beginning Friday af- one conveniences that make our modNational Bank notes outstanding.... 4iJtW 00 ternoon, Due to other National Banks 4,120 12 her guest, Miss earl Holcomb, of day night,December 9, and closing Sun- ern farm, and domestic Due to State Banks and bankers 1! 65 December 1L Large deleElizabethtown. Individual deposits snbiect to cbept. 19! j&s ai I have purchased the WalCome our and he pleasantly surprised life a comparative luxury, were ungations of the college men of the state Certified checks 90 known to the hardy and struggling ker stable and am prepared large stock of Silver Novelties, Dolls Miss Eliza Lusk was taken quite ill are expected. The conference will ba $362,918 0) Total..... heroes and heroines of those primitive to furnish the a few days ago and has since bseucon held in the First Presbyterian church Medallians and hundreds StateofKentucky.CountyofGakrard.ss: fined to her home. She is much better-a- t and the public is cordially invited to be daysof new Novelties. I. Wm. II. KlNNAlED. Cashier nf thn oKr. (2) She was remarkable in the pos. present and will hi able to return present at all of the sessions. The named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge. state eommittee has arranged an ex- session of a strong and vigorous intelto her office in a few days. ntiH Twltpf M.r U. Ai.l.ldlIU .... 4t. Tl lM1vitnt lect No observant persons could come ceedingly interesting programme. Cashier, . on shortest notice. t subscribed and sworn tr Imfrirn m in contact with her without the con vie. Mr. Gabe Greenleaf has moved his day ol Deer, 1S98. R. Kinnaird. A Gentleman. tion being forced upon them that they Special attention given Com furniture to his sister's, Mrs. Emma Notary Public. "Describe a gentleman," you say? were in the presence of a most re Commission exrjlre. Jannsrv ifith lonn Kauffman, and, will board with her. mercial Travelers. Yes, I think I can: Correct Attest: markable mind, which, do pite its lack His house will "be occupied by Mrs He's as gentle as a man. Alec R. Denny, ) Jno. E. Storm es, of early training commanded the res And as manly as a man Dollie Brown and children. Directors. RICE BENGE rvrrrrrrrT J. Le Balbriggan Union Suits for Men and Boys. Dress Shoes, Work Shoes, Farm Shoes, at Low prices. Call, see them and Save Money New Styles Stuff. Suits Made to Order here at our Store. Umbrellas, Canes, Night Robes Bath Robes, Holiday Goods Up-to-da- te FRO H MAN & CO. Have you Seen our Bargain Window? Eld. Gowen's Remarks O " . DANVILLE, KY W"",PW V TO F5 Flour, Wheatlets, iepair m uentrai life-lon- g C.N. McDonald, Danville Biscuit, WOEL SISTERS CENTRAL RECORD. at l. BALLOTTS l, l, - MODEL GROCERY. l. - Citizens National Jank ou-o- ld -- Bankins-honse- i.- -t n foot-sor- child-likene- k "' Globe-Democr- IM .. chi.-dre- n, life-tim- le plead-guilty- . druB-atorp- . NATIONAL 'BANK, 8313,-00- She-ha- CHRISTMAS BARGAINS. TUDY ARE RELIABLE. H Banking-hous- COO They are Many. TheyareDesireable. wax-cand- -. ' N EW LIVERY. -- com-nerci- in with - Very Best Rigs the Storms:' Drug Store. M v A. C. Robinson. ) Too Many SUITS. Too Many Men's Shoes Too Many Ladies Shoes 3, 4, 5 and 6, In sizes 35, 36, 37, 38, Which we offer Cheap. In sizes 63 7, 8, 9, and 10, Which go at Bargains. ? In sises Which we offer Cheap. WHICH WE PROPOSE TO CLOSE AT ANY PRI CE BEFORE IN VOICING JAN. I. PERSONAL T AND LITERARY. 4:,,. ,.:,t , - ANIMAL INSTINCT. The Right Remedy Will Banish it Forever. If you would forever be rid of l!io nches and pains, and sometimes the tortures produced by Klieunmlism, you must lake the riht remedy. Those who to suffer are relying upon remedies which do not reach their trouble. The doctor's treatment always consists of potash and mercury, which only intensify the disease, causing the joints to stiffen and the bones to ache, besides seriously impairing the digestive organs. Rheumatism is a disordered state of con-lin- chanced to rout! your advertisement imjnvsM'd w.ith it so mucli and that I decided to try S. Q S. T tout eleven bolties and was entirely reliever of all nin nnd cured permanently. When I began to take S. S. S. I wv.t unable to sit or stand with any ease, and could not sleep. Since taking dose I have had no return of the Rheumatism, and I take great pleasure in recommending S. S. S to any one who has the misfortune to suffer with this disabling disease." S.S.S. is the only cure for Rheu matism, which if w.-i-s tin-las- t the most stubborn of blood diseases. It is not intended to give relief only. condition of fertile blood it force? out every trace of real blood remedy. Swift's Specilic (S. the disease and S. S. ) goes down to the very bottom of all diseases of the blood, and promptly rids the srstem of it forever. It is , cures cases that other remedies can not and one thousand dollars reward nent writes: is offered to a "v chemist who can j "Two years ago I was a great .snflxer-- prove that" lt'bontaiu's ajiarticle ol T, !,d led every j mercury, potash, or any othei from Rheumatism. J f,iuid liear of except b. S. S. S. b. S. it been to Hot Springs Ark., where mineral ingredient. I I remained for twelve weeks uinlcr; the only blood remedy guaranteed treatment, but I experienced no permit- - ho be absolutely free from mineral nent relief, and returned home, be-- 1 mixtures , povirg that I would be a sufferer asi ooks sent foe by SwiftSpe-- l. i.gas t lived. At a time when my nlmnst. unbearable. I cific Company, Atlanta, Ga. I JSo5---C- Jmailacid neuirauzins i nc Mr. h. K. S. Clinkonbeard. n pronn- attorney of Mt. Sterling, Ky., I . rurely Vegetable ? 1 TiTJT - I atiiiit he cu hud oiuon rant is a am cimnrrr iiuijiiO. unmnn WE INVITE all of our friends and pat rons to call and make pares a man for his home in the sk s But early to Led and a Little Early Riser, the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser. At Stormes Stcrc. lm Sicking is the best way to prevent rotting grapes. It should be done as soon as they are out of bloom. And the sacks must be put on as soon as the pidlenizition has taken place, in some varieties it can be done before. A d etor who had besn called to presence for some sick children, was honest enough to tell the farther to buy apples for them and the doctor continued, "you think perhaps they are too expensive, but they are cheaper than medicine. A number of horses have died in Owen county from a disease that is puzzling their owners. Ihe symptoms are blindness for a few days and then the result being almost invariable death. 'the p2. so who disturbed the congregation last Sunday by coughing, is requested to call at any drugstore and geta bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar which always gives relief. lm D.-u- g blind-stagger1 fruit of great ex eel ence and i ry porular with almost every o ic The groui.ig o' this fruit AN 5s not overdone, yet it is abou' as east ly grown and at as little c xpense to any fruit placed on the market. Late to bed and early to rke, pre- INSPECTION of our stock. We took es pecial pains to select only the HANDSOMEST HATS and Latest Novelties to be found in the markets. MissSalliE Tillett Iff, s BEAZLEY, w.th VituIIzeil Air. the New Thompson Building-- DENTIST Teeth extracted without pain Office in Election Notice. An election for Directors of the National Bank of Lancaster to sirve the ensuing year will be lield'at the Banking House in Lancas ter Ky. on the 2nd Tuesday (10th day) of January 1839 between the hours of 10 a m to 1pm Wm. H. Ktnnaird, Cash'r. Election Notice. There will be a meeting of the shareholders of the Citizens National Bank held in their of fice in Lancaster, Ky., between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 o'clock p. m., Tuesday January 10th, 1899, for the purpose of electing a Board of Directors to serve the ensuing year Dec. 3. 1893. B. F. Hudson, Cash'r Elw jjll j Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others. M Kinds Earm Machinery Always on Hand (ill nt llin A Story About a Tlinisii That Eolith seas, has written a new novel Soniewlint of n Tux 1'iion Credulity. which he calls "Xed i'rinee, the Supercargo." A correspondent sends this curious The third centenary of Kninund Spenser's death will occur next year story of animal instinct to "I have often been urged a.k your The poet died in poverty and neglect on January 1G, 1509, and was buried in acceptance of the following st;iy, Westminster abbey with great pomp. which goes far to prove that instinct in man are vi i The writing of 11. D. Ulaekinore, the in animals and reason ago novelist, is so fine and small, and the much alike. It was seven years walking in letters are so detached, that a magni- that, while house Marie the grounds hall, Llanfying glass sometimes is brought into about my in use, otherwise it would be almost un- dudno now a convalescent home the occupation of the Jtiruiingham readable to the naked eye. my attention was arIn college he was famous only for his hospital byfund, rested three thrushes, who were wild life, his numerous duels, his skill flying excitedly to and fro in front ol in swimming and in horsemanship, and could have enjoyed as well as earned the title of me, and so close that them. Following their a "jolly student." His first encounter caught I noticed that their path was with the rector of the university is always over my little dog, a fox terrier characteristic. pup about ten months old, which was Charles Lowery, of Portland, Me., at lying in tiie grass-- , and each bird as it the age of 17 enlisted with his father passed struck at him with its wings, and five brothers for the civil war. At (oing to the dog. found that it held the time of the Virginius affair he its moiMh and feet a youny again enlisted, and in the present war between fully fledged, but not quite thrush, he has been a sailor in the blockading able to fly. I took the bird, quit1 unfleet off the south const of Cuba. harmed, from the dog. placed it in the Minister Woodford is still in law our bush, gave the !og a little scolding, envoy to Madrid and may go back went my way, and thought r,o mnr?. there when peace is declared. De Lome about it. Next u'.oi iiing, seated at hates this country and does not want breakfast, heard the cluttering of a to come back. Polo does ;;ot waste bird outside a door which opens into would not, a much love on us either, but terrace garden. This door is parit is said, be unwilling to come back. tially glazed, and looking through it I enjoys the unique saw thrush hopping about close. to it. Lord Wharncliffe distinction of possessing more names I opened the door and walked slowly than anybody else in the peerage. His forward. The bird hopped a yard or complete cognominal catalogue is Ed- so in front. I retraced my steps, walkward Mantagu Stuart Granville ing backward. The bird followed. earl Thinking this might be mere coinciof Wharncliffe and Viscount Carlton. dence, repeated each movement. So The king of Italy is the only vege- did the bird. Then, calling my sister-in-latarian among European mouarchs, from the table, and and .the only king now living who was by her, I followed the bird. It ever wounded in battle. In the battle kept the path (n very narrow one) as of Custozza he was attacked by an before, until opposite the steps. There Austrian officer, who inflicted a severe it turned a right angle, and, after hopgash with his saber, and would prob-ubl- ping a yard or two, jumped upon a rose have killed him had not assist- bush and waited a moment. Then it ance arrived. Hew down the steps and kept the short A terrible punishment has been depath which leads on to the drive. Once creed by the king of Siam to his min- upon the drive, its course was freer, plenipotentiary, ChowPligh Rax. and it flew a fluttering zigzag course, ister lie has not only been degraded by re- close to the ground. The view to the moval from his high office, but he has left was hidden by a high hedge of had his head shaven "for the better laurustiiHis, but after going down the preservation of his health," and is drive about twenty yards we were doomed to cut grass foe the royal ele- free of this obstruction to the view, phants for the remainder of his life. and there in the grass, about ten yards Queen. Wilhelmina of the Netherfurther, and exactly where had lands, who is a fearless rider, is very found hint with the bird the day befond of reviewing her troops, and a fore, saw my dog again. I now unfortnight ago, when reviewing the derstood what the bird wanted, and Third Hussars at Gooliland, her maj- bolted for the dog.whieh, sure enough, esty appeared mounted, in a had hold of the same young bird, or habit, and at the end of the pa- another of the same nest. Again, quite rade led her regiment to the attack, unharmed, I took It away, held it on amid the deafening applause of the my finger, the mother hovering about, sDcelatorK. and afterward placed it in the tree. PERSONAL AND LITERARY. The distance traversed was about sisty yards, and the time from my first Max Nordau has completed a new hearing the call outside the door until diania, "Dr. Kolin," which is to be pub- I reached the dot; was at least five minlished in October at Merlin. utes. The bird had evidently reasoned The sultan of Turkey is a great lover that fhe man who rescued its young of amusements and takes special de- the day before would do so again if he light in conjurors' tricks. The leader could be called out. It knew, too, that of any troupe that passes through Con- I must travel by paths, and so it never stantinople is certain to receive an in- left ihem. The terrace garden is vitation to give a performance. quite unfenced. and the direct line was The songs which are scattered not in the direction of the steps. As through Conan Doyle's books are pic I have said, it was seven years ago, and turesque and have great spirit One so some may think there is room foi welcomes, therefore, the announcequestioning. Ibi within a week 1 bar" ment that they will be collected and told the story half a dozen times, and published under the title, "Songs of it had taken the set form in which it Action." is now given. ought to say that the Lord Russell, of Killowen, was once dog had often been corrected for its sitting in court when another bar- attempt to worry young rooks that rister, leaning across the benches dur- had fallen from the nests."--bonding the hearing of a trial for bigamy, Snectutor whispered: "Russell, what's the exDelays are Dangerous. treme penalty for bigamy?" "Two Many of our friends, or people whom mothers-in-law,- " replied Russell. consumpCapt. Voting, commander of the you know of have contracted Utah light artillery, who distinguished tion, pneumonia or other fatal diseases himself in the land buttle at Manila, is by neglect of a simp'.e cold or cough. a grandson of Hrigham Voting, the fa- Foley's Honey and Tar, a safe, sure mous mormon. He is a graduate of and pleasant cough medicine, would West Point, but of late years has been have s:ved them. It is guaranteed. practicing law at Salt Lake City. A wonderful find has been made in The Ilnvnna Limited. . the convent of'St. Katherine at Mount The first A nprican Railway to an Sinai. It is a manuscript, beautifully inscribed, and on being studied is nouncs train ssrvice for the especial found to be a Palestinian Syria lec bjneSt of travel to the West Indies has tionury, or lessons from Scripture. It been heard from. 'Ihe Qjeen & Cresis proper to state that the discovery cent Route are announcing a fast train Havana Limwas due to two English ladies. known as the The king of Portugal is not, as ited." It wJH-B- o into service from Cingo, a bad king, and has some cinnati to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miamii traits which make him popular. He is Mobile and New Orleans. This expoa magnificent swimmer, and, like his nent of the genuine American idea mother, has rescued at least one fel- getting into the field early will be a low creature from drowning; while on complete vestibuled service, with dinanother occasion, when out driving on ers, observation cars, wi ie vestibules, the outskirts of Lisbon, he jumped out electric headlights and all the parathe modern railroad of his carriage, felled with his stick to phernal of to be marked as the train first It is chiefly the ground, and then collared in the field for the new territory which a burly highwayman who was is just cominir under the protection of endeavoring to rob and knife a way- the greatest flag on earth. Train will m ike fast time to Ports named and farer. connect with PlMfolNUB'AN TEA cnres ypep willvarious Ports infine steamer service Cuba, Rico to III vl v sia, Constipation and Indi- rn Jamaica. It marks a Fo.toera in new gestion. Regulate the Liver. Price, 25 eta, aailroading in this country. mite rir..h- 1 moe-mcnts, 1 1 Tieeom-panied y 1 light-colore1 mon-arcsingle-hande1 GOING DOWN HILL. People suffering from Kidney Diseases, feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vitality; They should lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure, a Guaranteed Preparation. luSTRALASIAN CORAL REEF. Skin Diseases. For the speedy and permanent cure of tetter, salt rheum and eczema. Chamberlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and its continued use effects a permanent cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching pile3. cnapneu nanus, enronis sore eves ana granulated lids. I)r. Tauv's Condition Powders for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier undvennuuge. Price, 25cents- - Soldby ILE.McRoberts, Drugg'st, Lancaster iFIREul LIK INSURANCE! I .ELECTRDFDXSE SPBBIGEffiLD FIRE ABDMABIMEI INSURANCE COMPANY. EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK. i '1 he Eleetropoise docs not, however, It Is Twelve Hundred 3111pm Long online its cures along any particular nnd Is One of the World's line. It cures by removing the causo "Wonders. causing the system to absorb Oxygen, That great barrier reef which purifying the blood, and building up fringes the coast of Que html north the system of Brisb'ii? ;n cue direction of Torres Dear Sirs: The goitre has must always rank among the from Mrs. AVilson's neck, the world. For 1,200 miles and she is the proudest and most grate wonders of the coral aniuialeulae have raised a ful woman in the world. The Eleetro solid protection against the rage of poise has accomplished what the phy the ocean swell at a distance varying sicians and medicines could not. More from 20 to 150 miles from the shore, leaving a comparatively safe and calm than seven years rgo she was told that inner passage, suitable for navigation she could nuver be cured. The Eleeby the largest steamers on their voy- tropoise contradicted the opinion of ages north nnd east. Sundry channels learned doctor;, has removed the penetrate the reef at intervals, and swelling, and she is entirety well. whole fleets of trading schooners are I havo under my observation an regularly engaged amid the intricate other case of goitre that is being rapof coral islets. labyrinta idly cured. It is my only doctor, and Those who have seen the skeleton I use it in my family for all ailments. madrepores and branching corals on iMns. Sam Wai.kkr, the shelves of a museum can form no Yife of United States Commissioner, conception of the surpassing beauty AVytheville, Va., July 9, lS'JD. of the living organisms, vigorous at or near th sirfa'j? of the tifi.!ucjnt & seas. On the ebbing tide we find every description of animated coral growth 513 Fourth Avenue, Louisville, exposed, from the rounded masses of Kv. brain coral to the stag's horn madrepores, those of corymbose form, and a variety too numerous to mention. Pa. ECINNAIRD'S The brilliant coloration of the myriads polyps includes every shade, from of the more somber brown of the fungia tribe to delicate lemon yellows, lilac, pink, rich green interspersed with Representing Over golden hues, apple greens tipped with violet, bright red, chocolate, purple, and even blue. The various aggregations cf minute vivacious animals pos- In the following Fire Insurance sess all modifications of radiated inflorescence; some have Companies tentacles, others expand in n feathery fringe, while the number of rays to .Etna of Hartford. each organism varies according to the Queen of America. families and genera of coral classification. National of Hartfort. These gardens of the sea are too Phenix of Brooklyn. beautiful for words. I5y subtle transitions the corals pass Hartford of Hartford. into the uncovered sea anemones of resplendent kinds, and the reefs swarm Manchester of England. with numberless echinoderms, Connecticut of Hartford. mollusca, and fishes of most extraordinary shape North British and Merchantile. and size. Everything in the tropical seas assumes a striking brilliancy of Gerann Annricia of Xow York. color, and the 20 or more kinds of Liverpool and London and Globe. holothuria are not the least interesting among the organisms which I also represent the old reliable abound. As the beche de mer, or trepang, th.ese marine animals consti- New York Life tute esteemed gastronomic dainties in ooiMiF-A-nsrs- r. the Celestial marts, the importance of the export trade to the government of Queensland being proved by statis1493 1 tics. Over 100 vessels ,are engaged in the industry. The value of the prepared article is quoted from .30 to 150 per ton, according to its quality and kind, and good ar.nual returns NATIONAL 30,000 for the beche have exceeded de mer alone. London Standard. tnnennec of the Modern JncU Tar. CAPITAL I "Marryatt," said a man who had folUDRPL' OF ( 65,000. lowed the sea for many years, "speaks 1200,000.00 J consailor whose of the LANCASTER, KY. versation was a jargon of nautical terms almost uriintellible to the landsman as belonging to a class fast disappearing. If the change was noticeA. R.Denny. President. able nearly a hundred years ago, what Jno. E. Stormes, Vice President. would he have thought of the Wm. H. Kinnaibd, Cashier. who will talk for man of half an hour without using a phrase 8. C. Denny, J. F. Robinson. Jb, that smacks of the ocean? Why, a cou- Assistant Cash'r. ple of days ago I heard a sailor speak R. T. Embby Ass't of a ship 'turning over' for capsizing. 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