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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 16, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 cen1898121601_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 16, 1898 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1898 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r VOLUME IX Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Kv., as Second Clow Uav.er. mtk ig. i898. Christinas Celebration. The Ladies Aid Society will meet with .Mrs. Batson Saturday afternoon at the hour. All are requested to be presant, as arrangements for the Christmas celebration will be perfect ed at that time. under-handed NDMBER 35 '"gaaUMag.a?1 USEFUL CHRISTMAS PRESENT Toilet 32ts in all shades. Coal vessals and Cake boxes. Guns, Single 'and bouble Lancaster, ky., eriday, December, 5 "eszxssssss. this up shortly after to accept a posi tion as U. S. gaugcr The deceased was an honest man in his dealings and and what he said could be relied upon. In the practice of law he never resorted to any tricks or shyster method?, but made a fair, clean fight for the interest of his clients. He was in his l7th vear and a brother of William, Thomas and John Ander son, all well known in this county. His wife died several vears asro and 5a bnried'attShelbyville. Mr. Anderson had many friends in Lancaster, who greatly regret his death. The remains arrived on the train Saturday and were interred in the Lancaster Cem etery. 2t Nice line Christmas Carving sets IN AND ABOUT LANCASTER. Special Edition. We are working on our special edition to be issued next week. The vast Boys all steel wagons. J. R. Ilaselden 2t Beautiful Hue of meiLfllians, iglove amount of work and worry connected and handkerchief boxM; necktie, co"barrel. we propose llar and cuff cases antyfancy boxes, at a Silvsr plated knives and with issuing haspaper like necessary to Thompson's, the Jeweler. to send out made it forks. nuisance will not CJiilds set, knife, fork and employ extra help and put in extra beThe permitted this Christmas, consehours, but the present indications are spoon. quently none of the merchants have favorable to it being the best eversant brought on anything in that line. Eoys all steel wagons. out from a Lancaster office. The busNickel plated and silver iness man are availing themselves of The only e left in Garrard lined tea and eofi.ee pots. is on the Stanford road. The court wares has taken steps to get it out of the getting Chafing dishes and sewing the opportunity of and are thair bringing in Way, and the probabilities are it will before the people dishes nickel ware. their ads. A few refuse to get in the soon be a thing of the past. Coal oil heating stoves. band wagon, prefering the tail end of Notice. Boys and gents pocket knives. Skates and hun- the procassion of progress. As it will If you call for Potts Flour at the ba impossible to see everybody, these leading gro'cers, and they haven't got dreds of other things. wanting spaca had better speak at it, order direct from U. C. Potts, Buckonce. Fifteen hundred extra copies eye, Ky. Wagon in town daily. will be printed and sent out Judge Kusraved Culling Cards. M. D. Hughes has been emploped to Leave orders now for al kinds of W. I. Williams Col. W.G.Welch. Lancaster. help, and if the editor mis:s you, see steel engraving for the holidWs. Djnt Stanford. him. use a printed or written cartLYi'ou will be called "a back number." tonne's Work at ICav Pea lodge to night. WELCH & Drug Store. Hominy and Oatflakes at T. CurrO to r .beMarshal Walker's list of property in .: . soiu for taxes appear.; elsewhere Turkey Roasters, U ije d Law, this issue. It is the J. R. Ilaselden. 2t. has eyer publishel. Very Kj. T. 12Curry. thing nlcj fresh and cheap at Back Sticking 'Km Again. Y Captain White returned to his case All kinds of masks for raas't parties in The Record ofiice Monday mornAH business attended to promptly Thompsui. ing. His illness was of short duration, we arc very glad to say, and he Call on J. A. lieazley for Christmas was only laid up for a day or so. presents. For Sale or Kent House for rent on Richmond street House and 4 acres of land in town by W. J. Roma limits on Danvill pike all new out Dr. buildings. Rev. Fuislsoner preached J. A. Roystojt, MeKee Sunday mjrning. toll-gat- in J.R.HaselcIeix 10-- 2 . Attorneys at Rec-oii- Lancaster barrel of New Orleans ses just received at G. S. Gaines. h F.-es- BEAZLEYOAUGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, We have the largest line of sterling' silver, sterling silver novelties and-cu-t glass in the city, at pic4s that All the latest novelties Lm sterling will astonish you. Engraviny free of McRobJjrt silver at Morrow & charge. Thompson, the jfyvelei;. X ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Stock "of fine bilk umbrellas and Mrs. L: "Where do you get the ineaues at Thompson's, the Jeweler. gredients for your Black Cake? You Raisins, Fig., Dates, Citrons and Cur always have the best." "Why, I get rents, fresh and cheap at T. Curry's 1 them from the old reliable house of T. Currey, who always sells the best oods for the least money." dac See our line of handsome cul glass Morrow & McRotrts. lG-- Xo County Court. Furniture, Carpets, Wheatlets, Baltimore W Large line of Dinner Sats and Chamy We are requested to announce there ber Sets, just received. G. S. Gaines. Y will be no session of the County Court on Decembar 2Jth, it being a holiday. Remember, engraving dane free of The banks also request us to say their Thorn nson, th e jiwe ler. doors will be c os. d on this day aid charge. alsj 0:1 Mor d iv, January 21. 2t Heal quarters harness and saddlas Coininittee Appointed. Almonds, J. R. Hasil len. The County Court has appointed a I would like to do your plain siw committee to place a valuation on the Whole-whe- at ing and dyeing. Mr.s. Ophelia Dunn. Stanford pike: The court selected Me isrs. J. N. Danny and E 1. Price, Air tight heating stoves guaranteed and the company Mr. Tommy Robinto hold lire all night. S12.00 son. The committee is still at work J. R. Ilaselden. 2t and will report in a few days. D. Walters, the dentist, iso.it of Shreded If any of our readers have a picture town this week, but will return Mon- of the Lancaster Baptist church, they day. will please make the fact known by Crimp Crispies, Mr. nenry Cos, of Lincoln, has rent- holding up their right hand. We also ed Mrs. Eliza Ferris' farm for the next want a picture of the Graded School and will be under lasting obligations Lowney'sBon Sons, year. to anyone furnishing it All please 'rything speak at ouce. G. S. Giines will have Oysters, frctiiu Canutes, nuts ana i its for The following marriage licenses i. nnstmas. were issued this week by county clerk Wanted Furs Duncan: La Rue Duerson, Madison, to Are the Latest things at Highest market priceaid. Miss Jennie May Arnold, of Garrard II. BNorthcott E. L. Madison, to Miss Annie Prather, of Garrard, Geo Garner, GarItouks. rard, to Miss Mollie Wilson, of GarNew, Ciieap and rard. Drugstore. Storraes' l're.iohar lingagod. Wanted. Ducks and Gccee. Rev. J. C. Massey, of Orlando, Florivf 500 good Geese and Dues. da, has accepted the eall to take charge II. K' Northcott as pastor of the local Baptist church He will move his family here and ser I'fir Sale. vices, will ba held every Sunday inThree extra nice hogs, weight ab stead of twice a month, as has been NOTHING HELPS MORE G. S. Gaines. !25 pounds. the previous custom Rev. Massey will UOOks, begin his work first of the year. to make you enjoy the HolEximine the beautifu New line of. Iteady for Business. idays than to 5ets Books at Stormes'YDrug Store. Dolph Rice has" moved into the handsome new stable just completed at Pretty-HaHave G. is. Gaines will buy all the corf t Danville, and is thoroughly equipped can get at SI. 10 a barrel, payable for Feeding, Hitching und furnishing ' Wa are aware of this fact any goods he handles. s livery. Swell Landaus for and in order to reduce our Mosey To Loax On real estate at 5 weddings, a specialty. Ask for the large stock have marked ner cent: address W. S. Lowwill At Rice Stable when yoa go to Danville torney, Danville Ky. and you will be given the best and them your patronage appreciated. tf. plain gold and set Five hundred All. rings in diamonds and cither precious Circuit Court Adjourns. stones, at Thompson's, the Jewe! Circuit court adjourned Wednes. lay. Prices have been cut in half t The last few days were given to dis Wanted Two carrlcjads good corn posing 01 a numoer. ot civil suits, none and they go at any sacrifice, highest cash marki t price. Fmsh of which are of especial interest.to the 17 CtS. II. B., XtOKTUCOlT. ggS public Mo.ttie Johnston, who sued W. A. Askins for damages because the Furs WanteVl. I will pay highest Cash price for all latter's mill whistle frightened her horse, was given one cant and costs. N. II. Boon?, Flowers. Shade. kinds of Furs. A like judgment was glyen E. Warren Marksbury, Ky. against Geo. Marshbanks for failure to Blue Grass Nurseries. With every Victoria cigar purchased carry out a contract about some to at G. S. Gaines' you are giran a chance bacco. The indictment against Tol on a fine buggy. Call and lee buggy Gill for receiving stolen property filed away, Mcuanana, tne negro . Everything for Orchard, Lawn and investigate. mute, was indicted last term far de and Garden. Fruit and Ornamen Dolls, toys and eyenything iq that taming a woman, and this was filed tal Trees, Shrubs, Roses, Vines, line. Bring the children to sejvthem! Small Fruits, Rhubard, Asparagus If vou dont see wllaY you wai, call away. The juries this term cost the State and all stock grown in nurseries for it At ThompsWiiV. SS24. The grand jury returned twen Prices reasonable, as we employ no o indictments, two of which were aeents. Descriptive catalogue on Fon Rest. Five room brick cottage application to centrally and conveintly located. for perjury and one for cutting. The Terms reasonable. Possession given rest were for misdemeanors. H. F. HILXENMEYFR Jan. 1, 1899. You cant beat our prices on stoves. I,exington,Ky Phone 27. J. B. Kinnaird. 2t J. E. Haselden &c. Lancaster, Ky. Sutton. Mr. Dickerson is a popular business man and is engaged in a dry goods store in Buckeye. After the Lost or Stolen. ceremony an elegant suppar was given Setter bitch aboutj six months old, to the immediate members of the famlittle bare placeonihead, Liver and ilies of the bride and groom by Mrs. white spots tiped nainei Cubal. A re- Jno. W. Brown. We entend congratu ward will be paidlforyinformation that lation to tne nappy pair ana wisn them leads to her recovery, a smooth voyage through life. H.&B. Northcott Richmond Goes 11 ry. Wanted Badly. A telegram from Richmond says the We are exceedingly anxious to get a local option election held there Saturpicture of the old court house, which day in the three magisterial districts stood in the center of the Square. If of R'chmond, Union and Elliston, reany one will bring us one bifore Sat- sulted in a victory for the drys by a urday at noon we will give them a maj irity of 121. The Whisky people, subscription to The Record and years it is said, will contest the election, be under lasting obligations. claiming that as Richmond as a fourth class city is independent of the rest of Win. II. Anderson Dead. Just as we go to press news is receiv- the county. They have,, already ened of the daath of .Mr. Win. II. Ander- gaged able counsel, and say they will son, at his home near Preachersville. fight to the bitter on 1. Money and No funeral arrangements have been whisky furnished by Louisville and made at this hour. His son, John L. Cincinnati brewers and distillers were Anderson, arrived from Washington freely used in the election, notwithstanding the Christian women and the yesterday. ministers of the city stayed at the Good for ISoli. pools all day in the cold, buttonholThe Danville Advocate says the Mer- ing and pleading with the voters. cer County Court has retained Robert Suit. Brought. Harding, of Bjyle, as counsel to assist Sunday's Courier-Journprints the County Attorney C. A. Hardin in the suit of Mr. Isaac Pearson for S9.33J following: "J. M. Higginbotham, adagainst Mercer county for his commis- ministrator of the estate of M. W.John sions, &c, in holding and delivering son, brought suit yesterd.iy against New York the Louisville Southern Railroad the for ),000. Life Insurance Compa'J he action is based on Bonds. ny J5 policy on It is with pleasure that we place in ed in Julythe life of Mr. Johnson, issu1893 It is alleged that afour columns the .advertisement of the Bryant & Stratton Business Co'lege of ter receiving the policy Mr. Johnson Louisville, Ky. We know this to be a returned it to the company to have it thorough and reliable institution and divided into two or more policies agevery young man or lady who desires gregating the same amount The policy was, it is claimed, "wrongfuily deor Telegraph a Business, Short-hantained by the company, which has e course will do well to address the since refused to deliver it up." The for its elegant twenty- - ourth anadministrator states that he wrote to nual catalogue. the defendant company on January 20, Mr. G M. Patterson, manager of the 1S97, announcing Mr. Johnson's death, Lancaster Electric Light Co., has been whereupon thedefendant.it is allegnegotiating with the city of Danville ed, answaraJ, djnying that Mr. Johnin regard to putting in a plant there. son was insured in it M. W. Johnson citizen of Garrard The Lancastar lights' are by far the was a brightest and best burning in any county, who had a very large amount town in this section, so say the people of insurance in various companies at who havo seen many. Mr, Patterson the time of his death, The administhe business and our trator is here represented by Mr. R. P. understands neighbor city would be wise in giving Jacobs, of Danville; Wm. McC. Johnson and Harris & Marshall, of this his offers preference. city. Finely Equipped. That Throbbing He.idacho The K. C. has recently placed in serWould quickly leave you, if you used vice one hundred of the improved and extra larje sto k oars. They are much Dr. King's New Life Pills. Taousanr's have proved their matchlonger and better equ'pped thau the of suff old ones, and fill a lon felt want of less merit for Sick and Nervous Tuey make pure blood and the shippers. Their train leaves here about 3:30 In the afternoon and lands strong nerves and build up your stock at the Cincinnati yards early the health. Easy to take. Try them. On- 25 cants. Money back if not cured. next morning. The shippers are gre. t ld by R E MjRoberts, Druggist lm ly pleased with the present facilities. The hauling has bsen extra heavy this fall. Boys Saddles and Bridles. J. R. Ilaselden. J Suit to IJecover Fees. Suit has been brought by the Conv m n wealth against nearly every circuit clerk in the state to recovar certain fees which the court of appeals receitly decided against them. The outcome of these suits will be watched with much interest W. 11. Mason, in this county, is included in the lot. The amount against him is S335. Iiis bondsmen were lienhtnin and E. L Mason. Fine Stable. Dolph Rice has completed his handsome stable at Danville and it is the best equipped we ever saw. A Rkcoisd man was shown through the building Tuesday and was surprised to find so expensive and handsome an outfit A loag- string of fresh horsjs, pretty rubber-tir- e buggies, hunQsome and many other accommodations are to ba had. and Dolph is quite reasonable in his charges. Herbert Price looks j.fter the books and "II" Farris seas that the finishing touches are put onto tvary rig sent out We bespeak for Mr. Rice a liberal share of patronage. A lan-dea- J. n Hrie-M- nn Save A'our Money. full line of drummers samples, at cost Ladies' Wraps at cost Come on and save 30 per cent o 'your mom-- . Also on hauil a splendid line of Christ mas Candies at lowest pricas. 5 CD. Powri.u A A "Backwoods Merchant'' wishes to advertise again. It has been sometime since my last appearance, but 1 was t)o basy to write an ad. By the way, l would like to whisper in our editor's ear about advertising bringing busi ness, but he's a gool fellow, so we'il just let him go. In begining, I wi-,- to ?y that before this spall is over, I think tins bine grass will all be snowed under. However, here is what I have and what I am selling 'em at; fcugar, It lbs. SI; good prunes 7 best prunes, S raisins, 10c; citron, ISc: 4 cakes soap, 5a; rolled oats, 5c; can- ly c; Hour, 30c per sack, SI S5 per 100 lbs ; can peaches, 10c: Leverings Bulk coffee, 12 try it, she's a goodun'; tomatoes 5c per can; corn 2 cans 13c; peas, 2 cans 5c: split paas, for sonn, 5a per lb : cheese 15c; c. aekers 2 lbs 13c; 12.0J0 matches 5Jc; mixed nuts 15c; salmon 10c; best salmon 2 for 23c; good butter 10c; coal oil 9c; best coal oil 12c; Sait, well, I'm out, but tain't for Ion; ood. fresh country sausage, 7 furniture, shingles, &c , in season. All but shingles bought before prices ad vanced, bo come and get high up goods, for low down prices. A new-lo-t of chairs and rockers, just received. Come and get yourself, your wife, your husband or your sweetheart, some thing to sit on. Coifae same old price, bat it ought not to be. I have too many goods, and too many pieces. I can't tell it all, just come and I can show you better than I can tell you. Bat I must stop, as the editor will get all the profit. Of course those priees are cash. Yours in hope, R. A. Stoxb. " d Cpl-leg- Drouth Setting In. Judging from the big victories won by the temperance poople in various towns recently, the saloon is fast losing its grip. Somerset, Monticello, Richmond, and, in fact, ever- - other town voting on the question, went dry by largo mnjorities. 'Jen or fifteen years ago a fellow could get on an occasional jag and keep up his work, but in recent days drinking and business will come no nearer mixing than will oil and water. We do not know whether it is the qualitv or not, but we d know "from pretty good authority" that a fellow ctn't keep his tank full of whiskey and do anything else at the same time in these davs. Lawyer Jus. A.Anderson Dead. James A. Anderson, formerly of this city, died at his boarding house in Louisville last Thursday night, after a brief illness. Mr. Anderson was a citizen of Lancaster for many years and engagad in the practice of law in the partnership with Capt Win. Hern- don. He enj yed a fine pract ca and was considered as able an attoraev as any at the local bar. He moved to L misville about ten vears aio and en gaged in the tobacae business, giving Head-cche- s. b A u. Flour, Miss Jennie Mae Arnold, the hand some daughter of Mr. Clay Arnold, and Mr. LaRua Duersoa were married at tha home of the bride Wendesda3' morning at 11 o'clock. Qhe ceremony was performed by Rev. Ciark, qf the AL LOW Biscuit, Mathodist church. The attendants were Misi Minnie Arno'd and Mr- Ilujjh Mason. Jmmadiatoly after the careraony the couple left for their home near Richmond. The Record extends congratulations. Competitive Examination. On Saturday, Dec. 17, at the offi.ee qf FOR THE NEXT SI BALLOU'S 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 examina'ion and is, therefore open to all teachers. Four appointments are to be made and those teachers obtaining the highest average in Arithmetic, U. S. History, English Ijrammar and Geography will be en titled to the appointnidut Ellsa J. Lusk, Co. Supt. Meeting Closed. Thirty O IV -- V - OVERCOATS, SUITS, BOOTS, SHOES Buy your underwear of us. MODEL GROCERY. a first-clas- Within Reach of Miss Bailie Tillett Fall, 1898. Fruit. nov-ll-l- Ths meeting at the Methodist church closed Tuesday night, Rev. Morrison leaving the night previous. The cold weather must have affected the. enthu siasm, as not much was awaked. Several united with the. ohurch, however, and some good was accomplished. The trouble is nearly everybody belongs to some church and seem to think this fact alone insures a harp and pair of wings. we believe bam Jones was right when he said should be turned out and a new deal had all around. Death of Mrs. Poor. Mrs. John Will Poor, whose serious illness. had been mentioned in previous issues of Tub Recohd, died at the home of Ifer husband, CoL John Will Poor, in Lower Garrard, last Thursday mor ning at an early hour. Mrs. Poor had been ill for a long time, but boro her suffering without ever a murmur. She was a devout christian, and a woman who was eyer anxious and ready to help her friends. She will be greatly missed in the community in whioh she resided. The remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Friday morning. Many Lancaster friends of tha family exteud great sympathy for tbe bereaved husband and family. nine-tent- 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 4 holiday trade. Beautiful line of Umbrellas. New line of Hats Just Received. Dickerson-Sulto- Miss Lillie Sutton and Mr, Ebb Dick- erson were married Wendesday after noon at 3 o'clock at the home of the bride. The ceremony was said by Rev. Kuykendall, of the Fork church. The wedding was a very quiet affair owing to recent bareavement in the family. Miss Sutton is the bright, attractive and accomplished daughter of Mr. Fred LOGAN & ROBINSON. CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY '.LOUIS ItANDRAM, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. f one of the job lot" he now has on handwill be the knottiest problem the old fellow has ever had to deal with. If the whole mess could be sold, at a fair profit, Uncle Sam could then resume business at the same old stand, have a lot of worry off his hands and a nice 'wad" in his pocket beside. A made TERMS Tsar, in advancb " Six Months. (Theee " ... 11.00 N . .25 wants a drink and - has the price, Jfc.e fluid will ba forthcoming despite all the work kne to prevent it HeV.pn a cold tr il with his list There is on ly one way in this world to stop a man from drinking, and tha is, codi ince him o the erix)r of his way give Kee-la shot at him and then keep hi m at work. y correspondent of the New York Courier-Journa- Fit! DAY December 1G 1898. Our trosb e with Spain now seemes to be nearin? an end. The treaty between the United States and Spain was signed at Paris Saturday night. The fact was officially announced to the President by Mr. Diy. who also cabled a full statemeat of the contents of the eight princ'pal articles of the treaty. These articies relate to the relinquishment of sovereignty over Cuba, the cession o' Guam, Porto Rico and the Philippines, with detailed sti- illations as to the evacuation of the Philippines, and the release of Filipi- 11. s nnd Cubans heli prisoners by Spain in ?.c'ian:je for Spaniards held by Ajj- r.i ildo. So far. so good. But we very im c'u fe r that Uncle Sam's troubles lire i o".v beginning The government l, who has Herald and a careful tour of the islands, is forcsd to the conclusion that it is impossible to recognize a native republic in the Philippines. The rebels arc of the lowest type and are opposed to 3 he better classes any government are disgusted and want the insurgents where they driven from the live by pillage. They believe that American rule can be gradually but firmly introduced, and that an aimy of 25,030 men, with mcdern artillery, could force the disbanding o the rebel army. A citv judge at Hopkinsville has posted "inebriate lists" in all saloons in that city, and the name of every fellow who has been fined more than once for drunkenness, appears there on. The judge has certainly never wrestled with king alcohol, or he would know that whenever a fellow It looks very much like the Jim Crow car has come to stay. The Appellate Court has overruled a" petition for rehearing in the case of the Ohio Valley railroad vs. Lander. This is the case in wh'ch a decision was handed down some weeks ago, upholding the separate coach law. If the "colored niggera" are given the same accommodations as white folks, The people of Louisville have given should kick. we fail to see why they They ought to be glad a rousing and appropriate' welcome to to be separated from some cl isses of the Legion this week. This action shows the appreciation the opls white trash. have for their soldier boys. Th'.s is all well, ancf we sincerely hope the Spain's Greatest Need. Louisville daily papers will now find Mr. R. P. Oiiyia, of Barcelona, Spain, time to publish something beside the, movements and matters of these troops spends his winters at Aiken, S C. For the last two weeks they have prin Weak nerves haJ caused ssyere pains ted scarcely anything else, and the ru- in the back of the head. On" using ral readers have had a bountiful suffi- Electric Bitters, Araerict's greatest ciency, thank you. Blood and Nerve Remedy, all fain soon left him. lie says this grand The 20 steer case of Nolan d vs. medicine is what his country needs. in Madison, was decided Wed- All America knows that it cures liven, nesday, in favor of the plaintiff. The and kidney trouble, parities the blood, costs together with lawyer's fees ag- tones up the stomach, strengthens the gregated over 800. It was the fourth neres, puts vim, vigor and new life trial of thi case. This is a fair sample into every muscle, nerve and organ of of the way some people hold on when the body. If weak, tired or ailing you they get to "Jawing." As long as they need it. Ev.iry bottle guaranteed, onc n stand off the la vyars and clerk for ly 53 cents. Sold by It. E. McRobjrts, fees, the case generally stays in court. Druggitt lm No-lan- BUENA VISTA. Ruble shipped a car load hogs to Cincinnati last Friday. Wm. Christopher went to Lexington Monday, with a load of produce. Mr. C. M. Ruble sold a bunch of fat shoats to W. P. Ruble at $2.85 per hundred. Dr. Ely, of Danville, preached at the Presbyterian church last Sunday at 11 o'clock. Ail the ice houses in this neighborhood was filled with three inch ice W. P. Am HOLD ON A MINUTE! It you are on a Birgain. Chase, it will pay you well to consider thefollowing "Spacial Inducements" which we offer dur ing the Holidays only. LOOS AT THESE PRICES. Extra nice "Gum Drops," assorted flavors at Extra nice "Mixed Candy," worth ioc goes at Finest soft "French Cream Candy," worth 20c at a 4c 6clb. lb. last Monday. Mr. Mike Robinson, of this place, BIG HOLIDAY SAL ome to Our store rs for everything Up-to-D- ate EE US you want OODS has been quite ill for several weeks but is reported much better at this writing. You are cordially invitel to attend a .temperance Contest to be held at Brown's Chapel, Dec 17th. Exe.clses beginning at 7 p. m. jujwi uuiager, 01 uarrottsburg, was in this neighborhood last week receiv ing turkeys for the Christmas market, at G cents per pound. J? rank Duncan, of this place, has rented property in Mercer county, near Burgin, and will move to same the latter part of this week. A c nigh is not like a fever. It does not nave to run a certain course. Care it quickly and effectually with One Minute Cough Cure, the best remedy for all ages an I for the most severe ca ses. e recommend it because it's good. At S:ortr.es' Drug Store. lm Air. m. Sechrisr, of Crittenton, is visiting his son, B. F Sechrist, Mrs. jonn 1m Christopher, who has been visiting her sister in Lexington, turned home last Friday. Jim Spil- inan is on a business trip in Texas, this week, and wilLbj gone abcut two weeics. fhilnp Johnson and wi'e, of Washington county, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. C. F. Ison. Mrs. Sarah of Lexington, is visitinf her many relatives here this week. Mrs. S. A. Spoonamore made a visit to relatives in Lincoln last Friday and Mrs. E. L. Cecil, of near Lexington, visited her mother, Mrs. Eliz aoetn L.ane, last week, and returned home Sundav. . io a lb Most Delicious Cream Drops," worth 20cat I2jc io- "Boston Peanut Crist," our leader, worth 20c at ''Imported Burnt Almonds," nothing nicer at 12c a lb "Chocolate covered Dates," a Queen's food at 12c alb. "Bananas," yellow as gold, extra fine flavor at 10 to 15c doz. Preserves, all flavors at 7c a lb. in and see us. Other tnings as low in proprtion. Come BLUE GRASS GROCERY CO. EPH. P. BROWN, Mgr. lOUR STOCK IS NOW ALL IN I AND IS THE MOST COMPLETE 1 IAVB EVER S HOW Please Call and Inspect It. CHEAP. Big Cut in prices on Our line of Ladies' Jackets and Wraps. $4.00 Garments now $250 6.00 8.50 12.00 Nice Line of " " " " " " 4.50 6.00 8.50 There is more value in our Ladies' and Men's Ladies5 Vests are good values at 15, 25, 38 and 50cts. A Narrow Kcape. Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada lu. Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken with aba I cold which settled on mv lungs; ciuu set in and finally terminated in Consumption. Four Doctors gave me up, saying I could live but a short time. I gave myself up to my Savior, determined if I could not stay with my friends on earth, I would meet my absent ones above. My husband was advised to get Dr. King's New Di .cover for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. I gave, it a trial took in all eight bottles. It has cured me, an thank God, I am saved and now a well and healthy woman. Trial bottles free at K. E McRoberts' Drag Store. Regular sizj 53c and Sl.00.Guar-antee- d or price refundeJ. lm 1 Morrow 1 McRoberts. LOVELY M&DALLZORS, GLASS, HANDSOME UE QQK, CANDELABRA, BEAUTIFUL MIRRORS are a few of the many articles we have for the Holiday trade. It will pay you to come and see our line. Never before have we been able to show eo complete a stock in every department. Union Suits, 25, 50, 75 and 1.00 BRYANTSVILLE. Dress Goods Now for 12 yard. 1-- 2, 15, 20, 25, 38, 50, 60, 75 and 1.00 per for the monev we ask for SHOES Born, to the wife of Dr. Jennings, e girl. Nath N02 has sold his farm to Mr. McWhorter. The ice houses are being filled :his vicinity with three inch ice. iuuuiiuu iirnoiu nas movd near Lancaster, and wiil make it his future home. L n & lard LL Si KV. DAN VI OVL Z them than vou will find elsewhere. Prices $1.00. 1.25, 1.50 and 2.00. lave a Hanflsome We line of Complete line of G- - Ready-Mad- e Skirts L DYES IN We are selling for $1.00 $1.25, $1.50, $2,00 $2.50 Ladies' Misses5 Childrens5 Boys5 Men's, at popular prices. We are Showing . iuiss Aitie lioner entertained a few her friends on Thursday eveninir, at uamp Iselson. Jerry Higgins has rented the Woor1 aim, and will move to it soon. Hence Bush will move to the Royston farm aear Paint Lick. Mrs. II. Bjsh gave a beautiful en tertaiament at her h me near here uuoua- evening, rjverytnin"" was nicely arranged for the occasion, and qnite a number of guests enjoyed her nospitality. Mrs. Uerkele has gone to Paducah to visit her daughter, Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Nannie Hughes is visiting friends this vicinity. R. L. Jennings, of Paint Lick, visit.'d his parents Sunday. Rev. Allen, o' Danville, visited friends here Monday and luesdiy. Joe Hasel.ien was among his many friends here last of week. CHRISTMAS I BARGAINS. Thev are Manv. TM are TFDY ARE RELIABLE. Our choice selections of New Holiday Goods are now ready for the inspection and approval of ALL WHO T: xams i me i a iu ii.. cnes wnen a person . KMAGOOD THING Table Linens 20, 25, 40, 50, 75 and 1.00 per yard. Also good line of some Great Values; in Napkins and Towels Cheaper than You ever saw them. Our line of Boys5, Youths5 and MEN'S SUITS. See our line of Fleece-lined Cotton, and Wool Hosiery is complete in every detail and Prices Low. Bay's and Men's OVERCOATS at $1.50, 2.50, 3.00, $4.00, 5:00 and 7.00. toward Come and he pleasantly surprised with pneumonia. A piece of flannel dam large stock of Silver Novelties, Dolls pened with Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on to the chest nvr tlio Medallians and hundreds eat of pain will promptly relieve the of-neNovelties. pain and prevent the threatenel at tack of pneumonia. 1 his same trer; 9 lucuu win cure a lame Dacic m a few Sold bv R. E. McRnhrt.j hours ruggist- im. Mrs. John W Poor, who has been con fine! to her bed more than 3 months. died on the 8th of December. She was an excellent christian woman, and will be missed in this community. The funeral took place at ML Olive church, conducted by Rev. Humphrey, after which her remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster Cemetery. The members of the Christian church Pleasant Grove, are preparing- a box of clothing and provision to be sent to the V:dows and Ornhann hrm Louisville. Any one wishinsr to con tribute anything, it will be thankfully receivel at Mrs. A. J?. Haselden' nt Bryantsville, before the 23th in3tant The box will be sent off Tuesday, 21st inst. Each one of us should il.. Office, National Bank. we can, and all will be well. lias a c U indie ite a tendency f HENTHEY SEE IT in our Stormes Drug Store. Be on the Safe Side and Insure your Tobacco. R. KINNIARD Mr. Hardin Norris, clerk in the drug store of R. Shoemaker, Perry, Illinois, says: "A man came into our store the EDUCATION other day and said, I want a bottle of Is absolutely necessary to the young" that stuff that saves children's lives. 1 man or young woman who would win read in the News about it The chil- 8ucce3i In life. This belne conceded ren may get sick when we can not It Is of first Importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank et the doctor quck enough. ' It's the THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE medicine you sell for croup."' He alLOUISVILLE, KY. lude 1 to Chamberlaid'd Cough Remedy teachers, each one a socialist in his line.- and bought a bottle bafore he left the f ev?n Prierced Ke Write for ?T,eta ?lthli co,"f Purred by business houses. occuDvImr.stcra. For sale by K. E. McBoberts. WIinRTWAVn giving from graduates 611 over ,he UnIted Btates- -lt wm ?oyounJKaUlon3 Druggist TELEGRAFU Y lm. A BUSINE IS BOOK-KEEPIN- - Iff ERE WE KEEP A SHOUTING! HEAR Hi u 101 1 1 ill TJIHS1 4 ZDOXjIL-S. "2"0"CT W BARE SELLING THE BEST GOODS FOR THE MONEY. ALL OUR GOODS ARE GUARANTEED Nobby Line Underwear. Men's Odd Pants, Men's Fine Suits of Neckwear. Cotton, Wool, at every price. from $5 to$18. Fleece-lined, J. L. PHOHMAN & CO. LISTEN" TO Best Workmanship, Style, Fit. oram- - DANVILLE, KY. 4V Warranted Never to Kip. Men's Pine Dress Overcoats. Storm Overcoats, Top Coats. Same for Boys and Children. Pull Dress Shirts, Stylish Colored Shirts. TJnlaundered Shirts, 50c. Best WORK SHIRTS. Balbriggan Union Suits for Men and Boys. Dress Shoes, Work Shoes, Farm Shoes, at Low prices. Call, see them and Save Money New Styles Up - to - date Stuff. Suits Made to Order here at our Store. Umbrellas, Canes, Night Robes Bath Robes, Holiday Goods J. Stop and look L FROHMAN&CO; A Frightful Blunder Will often cause a horrible Bum, Scald, Cut or Bruise. Bucklen's Arni ca Salve, the bast in the world, will kill the pain and promptly heal it Cures O'.d Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Boi's, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup-- ' tions. lisst Pile cure on earth. Only Sold 2J?cts. a box. Cure guaranteed. lm by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. THE 2t GLOBE SWEENEY. Morgan has two good milk cows for sale. Salt for sale at Sweeney at 1.72 per barrel, also .boards and shingles lor sale. Messrs Ed Perkins and sister, Miss Jennie, of Marksbury, attended the wedding. Overcome evil with goodl Overcome your coughs and colds with Oae Minute Cough Cure. It is so good children cry for it It cures croup, bronchitis pneutnonii, grippe and all throat and lung diseases. At Stormes' Drug Store. lm S. Morgan bought from different parties 403 bbls of corn at SI 00 per barrel, also bought of Thos. Stone 12 head of cattle at S2 90 per hundred 20 from O. B. Perkins at 3cts and 12 from J. F. Pettm at same price, also sold to B. F. Robinson 32 head of hogs at 0 cts per hundred Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Housa and Mr. and Mrs Loyd Bourne spent Sunday with relatives at Pettis. Mr. J. F. Smith and family, of Crab Orchard have moved to this vicinity. Mrs. Andrew Thompson, of Preachersville and Mrs. W. H. Brown spent Sunday with M. and Mrs. Dave Thompson S. Pcttus-McCarle- y Si.-8- DASWiLLE, MARSHAL'S SALE FOR CITY TAXES. I will on KY- - Have you Seen our Bargain Window? at the prices and you will be sure to come in and buy. Ribbons that Vere socts now go at 25cts. 40ct Ribbons have been reduced to 20cts and so on. $1.25 Fancy Feathers now go at 50c. $1.50 Fancy Fetfhers for 75cts. Fancy Feathers now go at 25cts. Nice Felt Hats socts. Sailors 75c t50Cts, Bjys guns, skatea; and animation o it- - aasemen Words in Memory. W. H. LACKEY, Successor to Lackey & Walking ttats socts. Baby Caps lrom 25cts to 75cts. nants of Ribbonsjsilks, Satins, Veilings Etc., at a mere trifle. in, we take pleasu-- in showing our goods. Respectfully, 'Phone 85 . Rem- Come NOEL SISTERS A. Burnside went to Louisville this week to see that the Legion was properly welcomed. Many others intended to go but the miserable weather bluff-- e 1 them. Gen. D TL Collier is confined to his room by asthma. Miss Julia Rcid was reported some better today, but is still in a critical condition. CENTRAL 1ECOED. FRIDAY, Dccemfcr 3G 1898 l PERSOrf L. I Ver. John L. Anderson, of Washington City, was called to the bjdside of his father, Mr. Wm. n. Anderson, who is Misses Kate ana buuie nton, are dangerously ilL visitine their sister, Mrs. tor Lear. Miss Olivia Sweeney and George ' Hon. Robert Harding, olDanyille, Palmer drove over to Danville Wedattended circuit court here Vlnesday. nesday to attend the marriage of Miss ICatherine Shumate to Eid. E. V. Mrs. Price Grant, 01 JJafclle, has of Seliha, Ala. been visiting her mother, Mrillarriet Price. The Social Club met with Miss Mae A very Miss Susie Maupin, of RicHpnd, is Hughes Wednesday afternoon. Music by or- enjoyable time was spent visitinir her sister, Mrs. Josep the president aud a selection by Miss am. Alice Hudson. The following memMr. and Mrs. A. D. Ford, Bry- - bers were present: Misses Nellie antsville. are visiting her fatht Dr. Marrs. Altie and Bessie Marksbury, Evans. Mae Hughes, Lillian Kinnaird, Fannie Collier, Grace Kinnaird, Julia Mae Mrs. Elbert Smith, of Jcllico, is the guest of her mother, MrsAfco. Gaines, Maggie Tomlinson, Eugenia Bush, Carrie Currey, Mattie Elkin, Farris. Alice Hudson, Mrs. A. H. Rice, Mrs R. of Chicago, has W. G. Brown, Kinnaird and Mrs. Louis Landram. the guest of his father, Judge The club will meet with Miss Elisa Brown. Lusk-- next Wednesday afternoon at s 2 o'clock. Mrs. iiizzie nays, 01 oiamora, liere visitine her sister, Mrs. WTa The most enjoyable social of the Beazley. pist week was the masquerade party Miss Alice Hudson has retur; given by Miss Julia Mae Gaines at her from a visit to Miss Steele, near Ni home on Lexington avenue. The fololasville. lowing guests were' present: Misses Olivia Sweeney, Queen; Florence HarMiss Mary Cash, of Stanford, is ing entertained by Miss Florence Ha ris, Nun; Mary Cash, Lady of theLake; Pearl Holcomb, Nun; Mabel Royston, ris this week. IWiilmv; T.nln. Prraham. Tonsv: Lillie Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Miller, of NichoU , Washflr.iraman. Nannie Harris. lnsville, have been visiting Mr. andtjuecn o Jlearts. Grace Kinnaird, Red Mrs. Jacob Joseph. iding Hood; Mattie Thompson, Lib- , Mr. Crockel, editor of the Penticostal ty; Bessie Marksbury, Flower Girl; Herald, of Louisville, has been in the lia Mae Gaines, Maud Muller; Al- city for a few days. ta Anderson, Eugenia Bush and gie lomunson, visitors, Messrs. John Slaughter and little sister, lb Ilerndon. cook: Herbert Kinnaird of Boyle, visited Miss Julia Mae negro woman; Frank Marksbury Gaines the past week. ollmother Hubbard; Henry Simpson, Dude: Louis West, Lame Miss Bessie Burnside returned Mon SuVmer day from a pleasant visit to Lebanon, Mi Will Walker, Rastus; Jesse Allen Hiatt, Jack the Louisville and Stanford. Mount, Winter; Jno Slaugh" Rev. Henry Faulconer and wife. ter, tat Man; Randolph Harris, Little ve been spending several days with LortVauntleroy; Ernest Brown, SanW. B. Mason and family. ta Clbs: Will Embry, Dancing Mas ter; led Frisbie, Fisher Herring, Ei. , Miss Bettie Powell, after a visit to Gaineiand Harry Robinson, Beaux of her cousin, Miss Lizzie Thompson, has the Enintr. returned to her home in Hustonville, Miss Jennie Gulley has feen irnside. Misses Addie and Spi-ce- r, 01-li- e, -- Dr. James W.Grant kin Jit Sion on business. Miss Elisa Lusk is at h office again, after a few days illness, Shumate attended the marriage of her sister in Danville, Wednesday. Miss Jaynie In Love aud Memory of Mrs. J. W. Poor, whodepartecL.tbis life December 7th at half past, two. In our home we stood silently, help lessly by and with uching hearts watched the pure spirit of one of God's Angels on earth pass into the silent beyond, that bourne from whenca no Yet ere her traveler evjr returns". pure spirit winged its way to Heaven she was given the power which is given to :ew to give assurance to her friends that while her body lingered in our sight yet her soul was so far in the Heavenly realms that she wa3 in spirit with her loved and lost while her body was with her family on earth. With her sons and mother she was gather ing the flowers and fruit she so well life of labor for had earned by others. Her husband has lost god's best gift to man, a good wife; we, her children, our best and truest friend, a pure kind loving mother. No selfish love would call her back to a life of untold pain and suffering though our hearts ache for a sight of her dear kind face, and a touch of her ministering hand. Sleep well, dear mother's form, for your soul is safe wit'.i its maker and oaly awaits its resurrection morning. Already you have heard on the other shore the welcome p'au-di- t "well done thou good and faithful servant, possess the Kingdom prepare for you." How happy her end. In a house not make with hands, eternal in the Heavens we know she awaits us. We know the vase is broken but ' the scent o the r :sr s cling to it still" and the blessing of havi ng had so sainted a mother is ours and time cannot change this memory. as an old friend, visited Mrs.Greenlea', and found her quite feeble in body.but in mind and memory I could see but little change from former years. I have known her for the last 50 years, years lived a next and for twenty-fiv- e door neighbor to her and know that she was, ready at all times to wait on the sick and suffering. My object in this communication was simply to in dorse the remarks of Elder Geo. Gow-e- n as to her christian character. Peace N. Sandifkr. to her ashes. Stanford.Court. The bad weather cut the usual crovi nearly half Monday, but those who came seemed hungry for cattle. AU of the 150 on the market changed hands, four cents being the best price. Butch Mules to 3 er cattle sold at 2 anl plug horses were dull. Journal. 2 I visited Lancaster last August and Gulley. January the 7th, 1S09 sell to the highest bidder in front of the Firsl-Gia- s Court House in Lancaster, Ky., the following property for city taxes for the jrear 18'JS. Arnold, V. LIYE1T STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLE A. Gar Hrs. 1 Hoyle, It. 1 lot Boyle, Henry 2 loti Beazley. Mrs George Cunningham, Mrs. Mary, 2 lots Doors. Jaa E. 1 lot Grant. Dr J. W., I lot, lot J32 5 fa . 2 to s 57 y." PRICES 5 6 is Hamilton, J I., 1 lot Hood, Miss Emma, 1 lot, Miller. W S ,2 lots Marrs, Mrs. Margaret, 1 lot Moss, R M., ! acres Singleton, Hun. 1 lot Shea, John, 1 lot Wprtham, Smith, 1 lot Wherritt, Tom, 1 lot COLORED LIST. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO 8 5 11 bs 5 52 C TRAVELING MEN. 65 .1, :i" 7S 3 72 - X3r. the n R. optician will he at the 4 5 .Mason Hotel, hr - Soaking, healing, cleansing, Dj .Witt's Witch Hazel Salve is the impla cable enemy of sores, burns and wounds. It never fails to cure Piles. You may rely upon it At Stormes' . Drug Store. lm. Sassafras CIirNtians. The Madi3onville Hustler talks out 1 So loves and hopes: must wither and decay, The light and joy and song of home depart, And missing be the forms we oft hare pressed No life but knows its chill November day Nor In this world was ever there a heart, That did not hold In giief its empty nest. The Eagle, King of All Birds. is noted for its keen sight, clear and distinct vision. So are thbse persons who use Sutherland's Eagla Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids. Sold at25cts. McRoberts Drug Store. will expl dn: Every farmer who uses wood well knows that when a lot of sa?sa"ras pieces of wood are put together and fire set to them that the wood will blaze, pop ani make such a noise that it would seem that the world was on fire. But separate the pieces and in less than five minutes the fire has gone out. the crackling has ceased and the whole thing is as cool as if no blaze had ever existed. Many professed Christians are the same way. When they are together ia a protracted effort they are warm, they get hot, they make a noise, and to the looker on one would suppose that there was enough religion on hand to fire the world: but as soon as the mambars seperate, like the sassafras chunk, they cease to burn or blaze. Such people are Sassa fras Christians. in mectin' as follows: "We do not say it in a way of faultfinding, neither as Surplus Fuad 10,000 a slur upon any church or on Christianity, but there is no doubt that we the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye BUSINESS SOLICITED. have in the world too many Sassafras salve. Ii's put up in tubes, and sold James II. Gastineau Dead. Christians. It may be that there are on a guirantee at McRoberts Drug James II. Gastineau, a prominent Careful and rrompt Attention Guaranteed those who do not know what kind or a Store. farmer near Point Leavell, died San-daChristian a Sassafras Christain is. We from hemorrhage. Deceased was J. IT. lliGsiNBOiHAM Fiesldeni FLATWOOD. Buford. Gran, 2 lots 2 25 Cunlngham, Bony, 1 lot :::'" Dunn, Ben. 1 lot ' so Gates Heirs, 1 lot 1 02 1 07 Huffman, Sylvia, 1 lot Kemper, Stephen, 1 lot 3 10 Leavell, Nick 1 lot 2 39 Mullins, Harry, 1 lot 2 30 MIddleton. Ed., 1 lot 2 73 1 97 Maupin, Bill, 1 lot Mcltobeits, KIz, 1 lot 1 25 1 Tellman. Jo, lot 1 07 IMchic.Edmond, 1 lot 2 30 Simpson, Jack, 1 lot 2 SO Weak Eyes Are Made Strong, 1 38 Schooler, Martha. 1 lot dim vision made clear, styes removed Thomas Alec, 1 1 it 2 15 Yantis Lewis, 1 lot 2 40 and granulated lids or sore eyes of any E. M. WALKER, M. C. L. kind speedily and effectually cured by Monday, January 2 1898. Returning one ihj eaeh month. Eyes examined end glasses scientifically ad nsed. ORGANIZED 1883. flTffiS U Capital, NATIONAL BANK, ST. OF LA30A3TEB. $50,000 TwtTolntert Questions Answered Whatls the use of making a better ton farm in Lower Garrard for next article tkn your competitor if you can year. not get Lbatter price for it? Mr. Millard Rout is confined to his Ans. there is no difference in the j bed with rheumatism. Dr. Webb, of price, tiejmblic will buy only the bet Lexington, has been with him several ter, so ,m wliue our p routs may oe days. smaller on" a single sale they will be Miss Eugenia Bush was tendered a much grater in the aggregate. How cjn'jfu get the public to know surprise party Saturday evening at the residence of her father, Dr. Bush, on your makyisthe.best? If both articles are brought promiRichmond avenue. nently before the public both are cer. Hiss Pearl Holcomb, the attractive tain to be vied and the public will ve and pretty visitor of Miss Florence ry quickly bass judgment on them and iris, returned to her home in Eliza use only th better one. htown, Monday. This explaas the large sale on Cham The people Mr. Alex West and Mrs. W. M. Lear. berlain's Cough Remedy. have been using it for years and have of Lancaster, and Sun- found that i can always be densnded day with Mrs.' Chas. F. Denman. upon. They "pay occasionally take up Jessamine Journal. with some fashionable novelty put Mr. John M. Higginbotham and at forth with exaggerated claims, but to the one remetorney, W. McC Johnston have return- are certain to ed from Louisville, where they went dy that they kow to be reliable, and-focoughs, cdlds and croup there is to look after the Johnson case, mennothing equal to Chamberlain's Cough tion of which is made elsewhere. Remedy, For sale by R. E. McRobLt. John M, Farra and Major James erts, Druggist. , lm ' spent-Saturda- Mr. Mike Kennedy and wife, of Crab Orchard have taken- - charge of the Sut- That Sparrow Affray. Marcellus, Ky. Dac. 12, 1898 Editor Record: I have noticed in your yaluable paper the trouble now at hand between Judge M. D. Hughes and "X Y. Z." This may be overlooked by some of our citizens and allowed to drift along until all our standing army will be over worked in trying to stop the trouble. Most of the people in my neck of the woods are christians and peacable folks, and have gone through with la- grippe, 4oct wheat, tollgate trouble, Spanish war and many other hardships, but if we are threatened with this new disturbance what it may come to is the question now most exciting our people. In his letter Judge Hughes threatens more than the people can stand he boldly threatens to open up on "X. Y. Z." with everyjlawyer in Lancaster. Just. think of that! That would ba a terrible calamity, for we have all noticed that whenever ONE lawyer starts at anyone that is the last of that person. The shock caused by this terrible disturbance between the two gentlemen has so affected the people of this community that I feel it my duty to try in some way to bring abouc a settlement and let the nation get quiet once more. War is truly horrible, but in all its bloody work, it will not be a patching to the weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth caused by this trouble if the citizens dont take- a hand and sea that these men are made to lay down their arms and cease hostilities Olive Branch. peace-lovin- near his fiftieth year, and was highly respected by all who knew him. The John Cottongin is building on the remains were interred in the Lancas. Thompson land. ter Cemetery Tuesday. He leaves a School closed at Lawson schoolhouse-Friday- , wi'e and five children, who have the sympathy of many friends. Dec 9:h. W. II. Furr has put up a Photo. Gal Lung Irritation lery at his place of business. is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. On the 7th occurred the wedding of Bell's will cure it, and Mr. Holland Rose and Miss Nannie give such strength to the lungs that a Bolton, at the home of the bride. Rev. cough or a cold will not settle there. Mcllutchins solemnized the affair, Twentj'-fiv- e cents at McRoberts Drug W. H. Furr bought three loads of Store corn of Mrs James Hutchins, at SI per Shivering in Ills Tent. barreL He also bought several loads of corn at delivered from other The Record received a long letter partijs. He also bought a fine hog of from Serg't Fred Conn, who is now Doc Lunt, for S3 5 J. stationed at Savannah, Ga. He is a Dr. R. Farris is visitinir in Rockcas member of Co. M., 2nd La. Vols. He tle county. Mrs. Mary Furr and says while the days are quite pleasdaughter, Clemma, are visiting rela ant, yet the nights make one's teeth Indiana. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and tives in, in the city Clyde McCarty spent chatter loud enough to disturb the Sunday" of Berea, with C I. Diarrhoea Remedy can always be de Ogg. sleeping of those about him. pended upon and is pleasant and safe to take. Sold by R. E. McRoberts, Drujgist lm SI-1- LEWia Y. B. F. Hudsou W. O. Eiosxt C. D. Walkes Latell Cashier Assistant Cash' Bookkeeper DIRECTORS: J.lI.HlGalEOTlIAM, J. S. Johnson, H.C.Arnold, Jr. Ilbz.Qibss, Lewis Y. Leatill, T. 31. Arnold, Jacob Y. Robinson. B.F. IIcdsos. J. J.Walkzs TO CHICAGO! BEST TERMINALS Indianapolis, Peoria and Michigan Points Trains leave Seventh Street Station and First Street Station. City Ticket Ofiice, 21S Fourth Avenue MT. HEBRON r Messrs Isaac Montgomery and John Onstott are very ill at this writing. Landram BurJett, who has been ve ry low with feyer, is improving rap idly. Mr. James Johnson closed a ten days singing school at this place Sunday. A Christmas tree will be given by the young folks of this vicinity, at Mt Hebron school house in the after noon of the 24th inst, beginning at one o'clock. All are most cordially invited to attend. Mr. Editor, please say to the people, through your columns that it snowed Sunday night Late to bed and early to rise, prepares a man for his home in the skies. But early to bed and a Little Early Riser, the pill that makes life longer and better and wiser. At Stormes lm Miss A. E Scott returned Siturday, from Burgin, where she spent several days with her brother. Miss Iva Johnson returned to her home in Jessamine, Sunday. Mr, Samuel Duncan gave a social Saturday evening in hon or of his guests. Miss Iva Johnson and Messrs. James Braiden and Preston Cox. All report an enjoyable time. Misses Belle Allen and Edith Montgomery were the pleasant guests of E lna Scott, Saturday night For Pneumonia. Coughed 85 Years. Dr. J. C Bishop, of Agnew, Mich., I suffered for 25 years with a coujh, says; I have used Foley's Honey and and spent hundreds of dollars with .Tur in three very severe cases of pneudoctors and for medicine to no avail monia the past month with good reuntil I used Dr. Bell's sults." Call at any drug store. lm ey. This remedy makes weak lungs CUBAN RELIEF cares strong. It has.saved my life. J. B. Of IlllllCrS CoIic Neuralgia and Toothache RoselL Grantsburg, IlL McRoberts vin flTe minutes. SonrStomach Drag Store. tad BuuBor Complaints. Price, 25 Cents. Drug-Store. S. J. GATES. General Agent Passenger Dep't Louisville Ky Queen & Crescent ltoute. PAS3E3 DANVILLE. NORTH BOUND. Ring in the new "Ring out the old Sing out the falsa Ring in the true " We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway Knmber 10 (Dally except Snuday)....6:f9 a. m. Numbers (Daily except Sunday).... 1:43 p.m 3:48 a. m. Number 4 (Dally) Flag 4 :17 p. m Knmber 3 (don't a top) SOUTH BOUND. DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Honey a. m. Nnmber 1 (don't atop) Number 5 (Dally except Sunday). ...11 :10 a. m. p.m. Number 9 ( Dally except Sunday) 11:42 p jn. Number 3 (Midnight Hag) NEW LIVERY. I have purchased the to furnish the Wal- 4 Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS ker stable and am prepared Very Best Rigs " redncaa,Ky. AM 88 YEARS OLD, and never nsed any remeuy equui to ur. iicu a 'ine-- 1 ax. Honey. It Rives quick and permanent relief tn grip as well aa coughs and colds. It makes eak I nnes strong. Mn. H. A. Vetodts, I fi Bottlas Only. 25c, 60o. and $1.00 Sfzei BE SURE YOU GET on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. Dr. Bill's RICE BENGE Pfnt-Tar-lM- tjr Election Notice. An election' for Directors of the National Bank of Lancaster to strve the ensuing year will beheld at the Banking Honse in Lancaster Ky. on the 2nd Tuesday (10th day) of January 1899 between the houT3 of 10 a m to 1pm. ffra.H. Kinnaird, Cash'r. holiday; goods, DIAMONDS, STERLING O. ARTICLCS, Election Notice. There will be a meeting of the shareholders of the Citizens National Bank held In their office 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 Decs', 1893. B. F. Hudson, Cash'r r ETC. JEWELRYJeweler and Optician, N. MCDONNELL, DANVILLE, - - - KENTUCKY. 3 Consumption terminer cf the Most Fatal Disease. Though its oftonsivo features jim soisi.!iii:if!.s almost unbearable, fuw people are aware of the danger of which Catarrh is the forerunner. Catarrh invariably leads to Consumption. Growing worse and worse each winter, those who rely upon the usual treatment of sprays, washes and inhaling mixtures find that it is impossible to check the disease with these local : replications which only reach the surface. The offensive discharge increases all the while, causing a personal defilement, and ge.Ls deeper and deeper until it is or:h' a question of a short times until the lungs are affected. T5 importance of the proper treatment. can therefore be readily appreciated. But no good whatever can be expected from local applications, as such treatment never did cure Catarrh, and never will. sjirays and washes, but each winte tiie "disease seemed to have a finne. hold on me. 1 hnd linsilly been de dared incurable when T decided U try S. S. S. It seemed to get right a. the seat of the disease, and cured mc permanently,. for I have hud no toucl of Catarrh for seven years. "Mrs. Josirpmxu Pomiill, "Due Went, S. C." Those who have had the firsi chse of Catarrh in one ear, and part of the bone1 in my nose sloughet' off. I was constantly treated witl rrh Leads "I hnd such a severe that I lost my hearing ber 1st 93. 1897,02; December 1st, 1S98 So says Mr. Lucas irr his crop re THREATS OF LYNCHING. the He Would Itither Hausr Than Couuty 'say the Vr'.m atr II .TrUi M:f lie. Continued. touch of Catarrl will savcondles-suffering by tak ing the right remedy at tin outset. Othor K i. mKWli't. vears sought re lief and found only disappointment in local treatment will fin it wise to waste no further tim on sprays, washes, inhaling mix lures, etc., which are ouly temporary and can not save them fron Consumption. Catarrh is a deep seated blood disease. S. S. S. i: the only remedy which can read, the very bottom of the disease and cure it permanently. Books sent free by the Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Gu. breadth and height of the box inside of the rail, multiply the le.igth by the breadth and the proluct by the height then dividt. the product by two, and you have the number of bushels of shelled corn in the box Ex. Many a household is saddened by death because of the failure to keep on hand a safe and absolute certain cure for croup such as the One Minute Cough Cure. See that your little one are protected against emergency. A Stormes' Drug Store. lm The wool market for sometime past has been d moralized by the enormous importations in the fiscal year amounting to 250,SG2,02G pounds, due to the exoectation of the high tar.ff which was placed upon wool by the Dingley tariff law. Importers still own a large portion of this foreign grown wool. '1 he low prices now of fered for wool are not due to a large growth in this country, for the United States wool clip last year was the smallest reported for more than a ae- cade, being only 33,153,251 pounds, and the clip of this year is estimated at2Ci,72'),CS4 pounds. There are less cattle in proportion to population in the county today than at any time in the past few years. When this condition is coupled with the fact that the raising of a profitable herd of dairy cows is a slew work, it can be readily seen that there is lo branch of farming which actually nolds than dairying. Just ap-v this consideration to any calculation respecting the promising outlook for either wheat, wool or cattle (beef) raising, and then keep out of the throng that is about to iu?h pellmell nto one or the other of these last named branches. Ex. 1S95-'Dp port. The person who disturbed the con gregation last SunJay by coughing-- is requestel to call at any drugstore and get a, bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar which always gives relief. lm Iho IJurgin Messenger says John bought iu Cincinnati last wee 135 head of common cattle selected by him at the 3'arJs for which he paid a humlre I. Mr. Iluguely do?s this every year, He trays they pa better than heavy stoe'e, that ihree cf them will eat no more tana one heavy buliock, while the gain of the foi mer up to July will be not les; than 1,20 poinds. The gain of the latter to October will not exceed 4 JO pounds. He says he can get on an average 4 cts. a pound for the light stock aad 4 ets. for the heavy stock, mikiag him oa the abjie calculation S4S for the former and $19 for the latter. A poultry breeder says a bushel of corn will produce six pounds of pork worth 23 emts, while this bushe. would keep a hen a year. She would lay at least twelye dozen egg's, which, averaging 10c a d izen, would equal SI. 'JO, and she would re ir a brood of chickens worth twice as much more. making a total of nearly S5. .Experiments Utah agricultural experiment station, seems to prove the correctness of the statement mcd abovo. Another writer sa3rs: "Forty dozen eggs will bring more than a load of hay, which requires a great deal of labor to pro.iuce and a goo patch of ground to grow, besides a lot of sweat. Study the egg question." , For Coughs, ' Croup, Hoarseness, La Grippe, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption, Are Not SatUfl.-d- . TAKE.... S8S, berlain's Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal. It relieves the itch- lng and smarting almost instantly anJ its continued nse effects a permanent cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and gracnlted lids. Dr. al's Condition Powder3 for horses are the best tonic, blood purifier Hudvermifuge. Price, 23 cents- - Soldby R. E.McRoberts, Dmgg st, Lancaster Rowling Gkeex, Ky., Dec. 12. John- sou Franklin, the alleged murderer of his mother-in-laMr. Pales, ner Beckton, Rarrcn county, and who was brought here some time since fcr fear of a lynching, was returned to Glasgow Sunday. The trial of Franklin is set for Monday, and it is .said that his attorneys will endeavor to get a continuance. If the case is continued a lynching may follow. Franklin avoided arrest for almost two months, and had ample t me to get away, but he says he would rather be hanged than to leave the county. Attorney General Taylor will file suits Saturday clerks against 39 present and for sums aggregating S10. SCO paid them as fees in felony cases. The law under which they were paid has since been and tho declared unconstitutional court of appeals rendered a decision compelling clerks to refund fees alAmong the clerks ready paid thorn. and of counties sued are lha following: Shelby, Garrard, Pendleton, Montgomery, Doyle, Roll, John-toHarlan, Perry, Graves, S'.';'-Daviess, Magoffin, Lawrence, Lincoln, Laurel, Rowan, Rraeken, Clark and , i.iin-jer- . Foley's Honey t For the speedy and permanent tetter, salt rheum and eczema. nvre of Cham- Tar IT IS THE ' GREAT THROAT and - !D1M LIK MArlCE; Will Sue for FcfS. Fbaxkfort, Ky., Dec. 10. ELECTROFOIBS 10. SPEBIGFIELD I Mcnfordville, Ky., Dec. The farmers and tobacco growers of Hart count' are very much dissatisfied with the association organized at Lexington last Monday. They are of the opinion that the convention was captured by the warehouse men. A movement has been commenced to have another convention to be composed strictly of farmers and tobacco growers. PARI kM Bran ami SIiiistu!V. STOCK NOTES. The Agricultural Department estimates the crups of corn and oats for 1S95 as worth SS3,009,OjO more than the same croj s for 1S97. Although Col J. P. Ciiinn sold his great thoroughbred horse Lissack, and n a num'ier of brood mares at the sale, he did not by any means s sell out, as he has yet about 2D yearlings and 10 Lrood mares. Democrat. Oa account of low prices for feed there is more mcuey in butter at 20 cents now than there was at 25c a few years ago, but when we undertake to warm up creek water with the corn the profit becomes an evanescent dre.im. When you ask for De Witt's Witch Hazel fc'alve don't accept a counterfeit or imitation. There are more cases of Piles being cared by this, than all others combined. At Stormes' Drug Store. lm The Runl New Yorker has teen :.ng up the law about tresspassing fo.vls. and it finds that we have no more right to leta fo.vl s!riyofi"the proa.ises than we would have to let a ho.x or a mule go foraging in our neighbor j fields. Lexington horsemen who attended the b:gsale in New York trie past two weeks have returned home and all are i! high spirits ovirthc result. 'J hey ah bay that itlooics very much like old times to see horses bringing such g o t prices, and are confident that j. o .1 ti.nes come to stay. Stock first-clash-- ve have on hands a fine lot of bran and shif.s'uff. Will deliver at 10 and $12 pT ton. Luy now while it is cheap. Joiix II. Potts, ncv-2- 5 Gilberts Creek, Ky. 1 Christmas Gifts. The Howard Tailoring company, of Chicago, will give a handsome life size Crayon Portrait, in a beautiful gil .rame 10 by 21 inches, valued at $2.50, with each suit or overcoat sold before Christmas. You can have any picture enlarged. Prices same as before. You can take this portrait or a watch, or a handsome umbrella, valued at 2.53. Send your order in time. M. D. Hughes Agent. I'f?fNUBIAN TEA CUrcs VjtVep-- J b;a Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. IMPORTANT DECISION. Conclusion is Not Proof of lilackllstinjr by a Railroad Company, Says the Kentucky Court of Appeals. estimated by competent judges Clark ounty, Ky., farmers have marketed, or will market, this season, 7,000 fine, fat cattle at prices that will bring 453,000 to 500,000 into the county. Many of these cattle are exported to England. Itourbon is the only county in the state that exceeds Claris in this respect this year, having marketed, it is sa'd, about 10,000 head for over 050,000. tint It is Constipation prevents the body from ridding itself of waste matter. De Witt's Little Early Itisers will remove the trouble and cure Sick Headache, ISilliousncss, Inactive Liver and clear the Complexion. Small, sugar coated, dou't grij e or cause nausea. At Stormcs' Drug Store. lm Court of Appeals of Kentucky in a decision regarding boundary lines between lands, dec'ared that a fence built as dividing line by parties owning adjoining lands, and so mentioned by them for forty years or more, must be regarded in law as establishing such a line, even if it does not agree with the calls of the deeds The following is the general rule for measuring corn. Two --cubic feet of good sound dry corn in the ear will make a bushel of shelled corn. To get the quantity of shelled corn in a box of corn in the ear, measure the length, The sooner a cough or cold is cured without harm to the sufferer the bet ter. Lingering colds are dangerous. Hacking cough is distressing. One Minute Cough Cure quickly cures it. Why suffer when such a cough cure is within reach? It is pleasant to the taste. At Stormes' Druj Store. lm The Cincinnati Price Current says that the total export of hog products , for the year ending June 30, amounted to 942,000,000 pounds of meat and 707,000,000 pounds of lard, worth altogether about SI 10,000, 000. The increase over the year previous was, in round numbers. 139,000,003 pounds of lard, 153,000,000 pounds of bacon, pounds of ham and 21,000,000 pounds of salt pork. The American hog is very much in evidence and plays no small part in our business relations with other countries, and we are not ashamed of him if he does not come out too conspicuously until he is dead. All classes-olive stock show an improvement over cindition December lst, 1SU7. The following comparisons show per cent, of improvement, each being condition compared with average years: Horses, December. 1st, 1897, 95: December 1st, 1S93, 98. Cattle, December Ut, 1SC7, 93; December 1st, 1898, l'1!. Sheep. December 1st, 1897, 94; December 1st, 189S, 93. Hogs, Decem-1SC-3- Fraxkfout, Ky., Dec. 14. The court of appeals Tuesday decided that a railroad employe who had been blacklisted and in a suit against the road for damages alleged he had thus been deprived of the right to work at his only profession for other roads, could not recover damages, because this allegation was merely a conclusion of the pleader and not shown to be a fact. The plaintiff in the case is John Hundley, of Marion couuty, who had been discharged by the L. & N. railroad for neglect of duty. Judge Paj'n-te- r delivered the opinion, and it is the first time the question has ever been decided in Kentucky. The inference can bo drawn from the opinion that the employe can recover damages if he proves that the blacklist prevents him from securing employment. CATHOLIC SOCIETIES. Two of Thorn Interested in Money Tied Upiu a Kentucky Court The Estate of Jerry O'Callaghan. Ky., Dec. 14. The Citizens' Savings bank paid into court St,!$00 attached by the city of Owens-borfor taxes on the estate of Jerry O'Callaghan, on deposit in the Citizens' for the years 1891-9- inclusive. O'Callaghan claimed that the money was not his, having been deeded to his brother, Rev. Eugene O'Callaghan. Rev. Father O'Callaghan died, leaving a will bequeathing all the property to the Nazareth and Lorctto societies. Jerry O'Callaghan lived for years hero in penury and the strictest but lending money freely on good security. He is now living at Loretto. The suit is to determine as to whether the money belonged to Jerry O'Callaghan for the years named. Owkxsuoeo, 0 l, o Utavy Verdict Set Atide. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 14. The court C ill ani O-- . sea tTii3 S, Cilsbratai Wagon at of appeals Monday at Frankfort reversed the decision of ' the lower court in the case of Kaufman, Strauss & Co., of this city, against the Louisville Gas Co. It will be remembered that in 1892 a boiler in the plant of the Louisville Gas Co., in the rear of Kaufman, Strauss & Co., exploded and as a result the latter company's building was destroyed. Suit for 300,000 was entered against the .Louisville Gas Co. and a verdict for that amount recovered. Judge Hazelrigg Tuesday reversed the decision. The Fulton Mstery. Fultox, Ky., Dec 14. The body of the dead woman found in the wooda near Fulton is that of Mrs. "Dut" Rowlands, and she formerly resided at Ft. Smith, Ark., and married a man there. She was raised in Ohio and has friends there. She was a wanderer in recent years and addicted to the use of morphine. Her husbond died three years ago at Van Ruren, Ark. It is still believed here that the woman was lured to the spot where found and murdered. -- A It fully Warranted and Excels all others. JUL Kinds Farm MjtfnaAW Always QAIITES' tost. Many have lost confidence and hope as well as health, bee; u is they have ean told the'r Kidaey disease wis in n beatable. Foley's Kidney Cure is Guirantecd remedy for the discouraged and disconsolate. Ctll at any drug tore. F rst l.ezinient Arrive in LouUv.lle. Louisvili.k, Ky., Dec. IS. The 1st Kentucky Regiment, which saw service in I'orto Rico, arrived here from Newport News, Va.. Monday morning. The Knox. regiment was given a royal reception. Dratli Preferred to Cold and Col. Castleman is in command. At all Paducah, Ky., Dec. 12. Death was Kentucky points tho heroes of the preferred to cold and hunger by Rcssio Porto Rican campaign were given ovaFisher, yet in her teens, 'who suicided tions. The entire week in this city by discharging a pistol in her mouth. will be given over to jubieles in honor The girl had been left alone with a of the regiment. fatherless babe and a little s'sttr and Paby Uurncd to a Cr;si. brother without food or fuel, in a diOwknskoko, Ky., Dee. 9. Mary Glolapidated shenty. She suicided to get out of the way, saying the children ver, infant, aged 1 year, was burned' to would then be fed. The deed was a crisp Thursday. Her mother had left three children at home while she shocking in all respect:. was at work. Smoke was seen issuing Ltliiisrun After It. 'from the house, and the neighbors, not Lkxixgtox, Ky., Dec. 12. An effort' 'knowing that any one was in the house, is being made to have Senator Stephe.n made no effort to save the child. The R. Elkins, of West Virginia; "estab- Cthei' two children were playing out anti-trulish his tobacco factory in side. Cause of the fire unknown. The this city. That this is the center of house was destroyed. the hurley district is a point in LexingHi; .I.alur Jlnrder Trial. ton's favor. The proposed factory will RAHiiounsviLLK, Ky., Dee. i:. Thos. employ 5,000 people and cost 2,000,000. Raker, charged with the murder of . T;.X"i Co in iu Sheriff White, of Clay county, was Fiiaxkfokt, Ky., Dec. 12. Up to dato placed on trial here Monday. 77 sheriffs have settled in full with Atten-pteSuicide by Sliootln. the state auditor and received their MonuiiK.vn. Kj, Dec. lo. Lon Folcn, quietus. Among those who settled are Sheriff Henry Rosworth, of the county formerly of Richmond, Ind., but now of Fayette, who paid into the treasury residing near Stark, in Elliott county, made an unsuccessful attempt to 591,601, and the sheriff of Union couusuicide by shooting. No reason is asty, who paid in 212,031. Other counties whose sheriffs paid in smaller signed. amounts were Pendleton, Morgan, Mer( hlUl Fatally Purned. cer, Muhlenburg, Adair and Franklin. Owkxseoro, Ky., Dec. IS. The Tobaccu Growers Meet. child of Mr. Fitzhugh Rcfrow, Lexington, Ky., Dec. 10. A meeting of Narrows, Ohio county, near here, of the State League of Tobacco Grow-.cr- s, was fatally burned. The nurse 'was recently formed, was held in this badly burned in extinguishing the city state organizers was flames. chosen to go all over the state and orP.iui-tsrSuit Settled. ganize county leagues. The league is 0 Winchester, Ky., Dee. 9. Tho taking active legal steps against tho damage suit against the L. it N. tobacco trust. This is the first meet road for the death of Warren Rurch, ing since its organization. killed by the falling of a railroad tresII quest of Public L, brary. tle two years ago, was compromised by XlCHOLASVlLLE, Ky., Dec. 12. John the road paying 3,000 and all the costs. Steele, J. D. Hughes and Thomas Put- Money for Christ iu is. ler were selected as trustees of tho Paris, Ky., Dec. 12. The city counPresbyterian church Sunday to go to Rloomington, 111., to receive a legacy cil ordered December salaries allowed of $00,000, left for a public library by-- two weeks in advance of the regular pay day in order that the city officials Mrs. Sarah Withers, of Rloomington The librarj will be under the super and emploj-c- s might have Christinas spending money. vision of the Presbyterian church. Fire at Ft. Thomas. Daviess County Confederate;). Ft. Thomas, Ky., Dec. 14. The rcs Owensboi:o, Ky., Dec. 9. The annual dence of Col. M. A. Cochran, formerly meeting of the Daviess County Confed of the 0th regiment, was burned to tho erate association will be held Saturday ground Wednesday morning. The afternoon for the election of officers building was a frame of 13 and transaction of other business. rooms belonging to J. Phillips and situated near the fort. The fire started In Fear of IScin? Lynched. in the garret from some unknown IIopkinsville, Ky., Dec. 9. A. T. cause. The furniture was saved by the Quarterman, the tramp barber who soldiers from the fort. killed Rrakeman William Carr at EarlPad t" rn at K clunond. ington, is in jail here and is in great Richmond, Ky., Dec. 1 1. Fire gutted fear of mob .vengeance. However, there has been no talk of lynching him. the handsom State Rank and Trust Quarterman still maintains that he did Co. building Tuesday night at 12 o'clock. The building was lately completely by not intend to kill Carr. Charles Crapsey and Rartelli, contractors of Cincinnati, at a cost of S25,000, D.imnjp S tits S ttlrd. Rowlino Gf.een, Ky., Dec. 9. Eight and was one of the finest banks in damage suits against the Louisville &. Kentucky. The fire is supposed to have Nashville Railroad Co. brought by originated in the second story. parties in Edmonson county, amountII s Fourth Attempt. ing in all to more than 5200,000, have IIoi'KiNSViLi.E, Ky.. Dec. 14. John been compromised. The horses at Dean, a yohng miller, attempted tached to a wagon in which the plain- suicide Tuesday by swallowing a largo tiffs were seated became frightened dose of poison. He has been despond at the train and ran away, thowing ent over a love affair and this is his the occupants out and injuring several fourth attempt to kill himself because of them. The eight suits followed. the iady of his choice will not marry him. There is little hope of his re They Want Their Pay. Lexington, Ky.. Dec 10. Twenty-fiv- e cover'. lllanip-- ai"ther-!n-I.imen who did work as scrubbers at Glasgow, Ky., Dec. A jury in the the John Rlair Gibbs hospital and who have been trying for three months Franklin case was secured at noon without success to get their money Tuesday. The defendant stated that from "the government, are preparing to the crime was committed in the heat of passion on account of his mother-in- take active steps to secure it. law, Mrs. Rowlcs, preventing his wife Delays are Daugerous. from living with him. Many of our friends, or people whon I ,,i cted. you know of consump. Lexinoton, 1y, Dec. 14. "Jady" tion, patumonia or other fat il disease.-bMcNamarn, a magistratehere, has been neglect of a simp'e cold or cough. Foley's noney and Tar, a safe, sur indicted by the grand jury for alleged and pleasant cough medicine, woulf malicious shooting and wounding with intent to kill. The 'squire had a diffihave saved them. It is guaranteed. culty with a Negro night-haw- k driver, bhcoting him. The Havana Limited. The first A nerican Railway to a? Pond Dead. nounce train serv.ee for the especia. Louisville, Ky., Dee. 14. Louis benefit of trayel to the West Indies ha. Bond, who had charge of the Standard been heard from. '1 he Queen & Crescent Route are announcing a fasc trail; Oil Co.'s Cincinnati .office as manager, known as the '"FioriJa & Havana Lim but, who was transferred here a few ited." It will go into serv ce from CiHe ncinnati to Tampa, Jacksonville, Miami, weeks ago, "is dead of peritonitis. Mobile and New Orleans. This expot had been ill for some time. uent of the genuine Amerfciin ide. E even llritd of Horses Burned. getting into the field early will be i Lex'noton, Ky ., Dec. 14. James T complete vcstibuled service, with din ers, obssrvation cars, wi le vestibules Jones' livery and sale stable on Race electric headlights und all the para- street burned Wednesday morninfr. phernalia of the modern railroad traif It is chiefly to be marked as the firs of even head of horses and a Quantity feed were destroyed. Loss, 52,000. in the field for the new territory whicl is just coming under the protection o Japan now makes its own electrical the greatest flag on earth. Train wil , entice st time to Ports named ani machinery. will connect with fine steamer servic CUBAN OIL curt to various Ports in Cuba, Porto Ricj IHIIIVl V Cuts. Barns. Rntisw, Rhnn rnd Jamaica. It marks a new era it aailroading in 'Ibis country. natifliu and Sores. Price, 25 cents n, ' 111 S'.on-ly$35,-00two-stor- y ai.igi-'trarhavej-'ontracte- d I V he Electropoise docs not, however, a'ong any particular confine line. It cares by r. moving, the cause, causing the system to absorb Oxygen, purifying the blood, and building up tho system Dear Sirs: The goitre has entirely disappeared from Mrs. Wilson's neck, and she is the proudest and most grateful woman in the world. The Electro-pois- e has accomplished what the physicians and medicines could not". More than seven year? ago shewas tol that she coul I never be cured. The contradicted the opinion of the learned doctors has remove swelling, and she is entirely well. 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