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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY i 13, 1899. i Blacksmith Shop for Kent, Will rent my shop and tools for Possession given immediately. tf i 1 Beautiful laces at Joseph's. 1899. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Plenty sleet and snow. 3 CALL AND Work at K. P. lodge tonight. Prcctor-Kno-tt and shipstuii. $12 per ton. I have Itran A'kI SliIpstufT. on hands a fine lot of bran Smoke the Fresh cigar. Will deliver at S10 and Buy now while it is cheap JonNlI. Potts, Attornensat Law, Good News for the Teachers! Miss Lusk, county superintendent, Come in and see our new line car asks us to say to the teachers that the pets. The Logan Dry Goods Co. money will be ready to pay them toEverybody indebted to G. S. Gaines morrow, Saturday. Come early and will please call and get their Now avoid the rush. Years gift. Opens School. W. I. Will lams. Col. W. G. Welch. Lancaster. Stanford. Notice. Miss Sallie Anderson opened school Parties owing me will please call at her residence on Danville street W. S. Beazley, and settle. Monday. The mere mention of this fact D. D. S. insure a large number of pupils, as she WELCH & WILLIAMS tf is an excelent teacher. For Kent, The store room in the Thompson Bank Stock for Sale. block on Richmone street. Fifteen shares of capital stock in the J. C. Thompson. National Bank, of Lancaster, will be buy all the cqrn he sold before the court house door, in G. S. Gaines will can get at SI 2 a barrel, payable in Lancaster, Monday, January 23, 1899, at 11:30 o'clock a. m. any goods he handles. SEE THE ROSS FEED CRUSHER. Snm;le Copies. A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy to We send out a great many sample conies of The Record this issue. If the smoker. you like it, send us a dollar and you HorlSent. will get the paper regularly every For Sale or Kent. s cigar stands have the All My eight room Dwelling House on Proctor Knott cigar. Campbell street, Lancaster,. Ky. PosWeather of all descriptions has been session given 1st day of January 18'Ji'. Address, I. C. Rucker, Paint Lick,Ky. dished out this week. first-clasjan-G-- tf daily at G. S. Gainoj A house on Richmond street.' W. J. Romans. week. like to do your plain sew ing and dyeing. Mrs. Ophelia Dunn I would J. R. Haselden " 1 Lancaster Ky. All business attended to promptly BEAZLET& SAUGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM- BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture Carpets, Lancaster, Ky. &c. Officers for XV. C. T. V. We are receiving nice line of Ladies Tomorrow, Saturday, the annual Muslin underware, which we will sell election of officers of the Lancaster at very low prices. Womans Christain Temperance Union The Logan Dry Goods Co. will de held in their regular meeting IiOttt. rooms. All members are urged to be A brown nose pug bitch with a black present. Mns. Maugauet Gill. leather collar. The finder will please return to J.R.Haselden. Burial Flasr. Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Capt. Jim Dillon has Just received a Graham, Nutricious and Digestable. beautiful bunting flag, to be used by Nothing like it. II. C. Potts, Buck- tho G. A. R., in burial ceremonies. Tf all members of the Post hustled like eye, Ky. Jim they would have the best one in For Kent. the state. Toll house and two acres of ground The Itryant Sc. Stratton. on Lexington pike. Possession given Every young man who has gone from M. II. Gill. immediately. here to Bryant & Stratton Business College, Louisville, has succeeded in For Pension Examiners. securing a good position, and, where A Washington Dispatch says Con- they stuck to business, have worked gressman Davison has recommended themselves to first-clasituations. Drs. E. Evans and II. M. Grant for The tuition is very reasonable and the members of tl.e local pension board. facilities and methods unsurpassed. jan-C-t- f. GREAT SWEEPING OUT SALE. ON.... Men's, Boy's, Childrens Id order to clean up our fall and winter Stock to make room for our Spring Stock we offer Mens', Boys' and Childrens Suits at Unheardof Prices. V SUITS. III I4 We have a good assortment in MENS BO7S and YOUTHS OVER'opportunity. - These must be closed out, and in order to clean up on overcoats we offer a cash discount rof 20 per cent, on each coat. Dont miss this SOUTH SIDE PUB. SQ. LANCASTER, KY. v,, Handsome Paraphernalia. The local K. P. lodge has just receivjan-6-G. S. Greenleaf. ed a set of regalia for confering degrees which, the manufacturer says, is the Dr. Hays Bead. Dr. John Hays, for several years handsomest ever sent to a country pastor of the local Presbyterian church, lodge. All the robe; are of silk and died at Maysville last week and was made in the handsomest manner. Jim Crow Dillon, who looks after the lodge bnried at Danville Monday. "property", is the proudest man now The Rink. in Kentucky. & Henry arc doing very well Smith Our line of Hamburgs is unsurpass with their skating rink and have' a big J. Joseph. crowd every night. They recently or- ed. dered one hundred pairs new skates of A High Old Time. the latest pattern and have everything The Masons postpoued their goose in tip top shape. supper from Monday to Wednesday The Lancaster Record's Souvenier night. For fear of soiling the lodge edition was beyond any effort hereto- room carpet, the supper was given in fore made by our Kentucky exchanges. Judge Burnside's office. A big crowd Editor Landram lias a good paper was present, but Brothers Jake Joseph and R. A. Burnside the committee and the Record has a good Editor. had prepared enough for all. When Signal asked where they got the geese, Jake Impromptu Dance. and Judge only said that as Masons The youngsters had some money they had to keep a silent tongue. left from their Crab Orchard hop, so concluded to "blow it in" for a little Beautiful Muslin Underwear for ladance at the Mason House Tuesday dies, at J. Joseph's. night. Sig. Black's band furnished In Splendid Shape. the inspiration. About eight couples The county bonds were completed participated. Monday and forwarded to the purchasExchange. ers, W. II. Harris & Co., Chicago. It Potts Bro's have established an ex can be said of Garrard what few counresidence of Mrs. ties can boast of, the fact that every change at the Cunningham's on Depot street, and question asked by the purchaser's atwill keep on hand flour, meal, shipstuff, torneys was promptly and satisfactorietc; to exchange for wheat. They will ly answered by our officials, and the erect a large builbing within the next former say they never had cleaner recfew weeks. ords to deal with. A draft has been nvule by the Fiscal Court for $34,187 Building 6c Loan Officers Lancaster B. & L. Association and the cash will be at hand in a few The elected the following officers TuesJay: days, W. H Kinnaird, president; J. C. A Novel and Honest AVyn. Hemph'll, secreiary; S. C. Denny, J. Joseph, the dry goods man, has in treasurer; J. E. Stormes, J. C. Thomp his show window an elegant cooking son, R. E, McRoborts, W. J. Romans, range which he proposes to give to a Wm. Herndon, directors. lucky customer. A large gourd is also in the window and every purchaser to Directors Elpctod. the extent of one dollar will be given The two banks held their annual i guess at the number of seed in the elections Tuesday and retained the gourd. On July 4th the gourd will be same officers, as shown in their busi- opened, the seed counted and the nearness cards in The Record. These in est guesser given the range, which is stitutions rank among the very best valued at $45. This is absolutely fair, In tho south, and Lancastor business at it is impossible to open and learn men are proud of them. the number of seeds or make any esti mate of them until cut open. Much Daiuege The sleet played havoc with tele Drawings Itladc. phone wires Monday night. Dr. Kinnair Mr. J. C. Thompson has received the says his damage will reach forty or drawings and plans for the Y. M. C. A. fifty dollars. As the wires were !.- - building, and same is on exhibition at cross the electric light lines, the latter his jewelry store. We will have a cut were not turned on that night, for made and publish a picture of the profear of burning out the telephone posed building soon. For the benefit instruments. of the usual doubting Thomases, we will repeat our prediction that this Red Hot From The Gun Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadman building will certainly be erected. of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. With a fine lot and two thousand dol-- . It caused horible Ulcers that no treat- lars to start on (coming wholly withment helped for 20 years. Then Buck- - out solicitation) and a great number len's Arnica Salve cured him Cures of people standing ready to subscribe Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Felons, when asked, it seems that the pros Corns, Skin' Eruptions, Best Pile cura pects are unusuall? rosy. Don't you think so? on earth. 25c a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. Tho Y, 31. C, A. Will Preach Sifudqy, committee appointed to secure Rev. Jasper 0. Marsee, the newly. a temporary meeting place, secured selected pastor of the Lancaster Bap the Odd Fellows Hall, over Joseph's tist church, will arrive this week from store, and Sunday afternoon's meeting Orlanda, Fla, and preach Sunday was held there. Prof. Postle lead the morning and night at tho usual hours. meeting and it was both instructive The Odd Fellows very & stated in a previous issue of Tiie and enjoyable. Record, he will preach every Sunday kindly offered the use of their hall A business instead of twice a month, as has been without compensation. customary at this church. A large meeting will be held tonight (Friday), congregation should greet the brother. at which time definite steps will be taken toward securing means with Another Improvement. which to erect the building. Every A railroad man told The Record man in town, who has the public Wethe company was having two entirely lfare at heart, should attend this meetnew and coaches built for ing. the day train on this branch. They Hades Breaks Loose. will be perfect models of convenience For some reason, the City Council and comfort. A new engine is also being built for Engineer Lammers, discontinued the services of the night and when complete the train will be policeman, Joe Petty. Nearly every an elegant one. Capt. Phil Price says night since, the pistol shooters and business is much better on his train midnight howlers make mlsearble the liyes of those living near the Public since it was turned around. Squaro. The town is now wholly at flood Suggestion. the mercy of the fire fiend, burglar and Judge Hughes has suggested that drunken pistol shooter. If only one owners who refuse to build on or sell man is to be employed, why not put their lots in Lancaster should be made Doc Walker on nights? There is ab to move them out of town. This is a solutely no need of a marshal in day pretty good suggestion and we wish time, as the sheriff, jailor, constable it could be done. There is a step a.nd six or eight other officers are duty which can be taken, however, which bound to arrest any evil doer. The will have a good effect and that is to pight man ought to be oq, the lord mako tlte owners fill up the old cellars, high to the contrary, remove the rubbish, sod the ground notwithstanding, and put a fence around it. Try this, The Club Organized. ye city dads. persons met at About twenty-fiv- e Hauled The Fodder. the" Masonic Hall Saturday night, to A lively crowd hangs around the form the Club which was mentioned building adjoining McRoberts drug in Tiie Record. Dr. McKee was store, which is occupied by E. W. present and said his daughter, Miss Harris, T. J. Hatcher and M. D. Leila, could not be present, owing to Hughes. Wednesday Capt. Tom Aus- illness. This was a great disappointtin came in and said he wanted a man ment to those present, 'though the to haul a load of fodder. - Someone sug talk given later by the doctor amply gested that Judge Hughes go after it repaid those who graved the misera and Harris and Hatcher bet a dollar ble weather to attend. As stated in that he would not go. The money last issue, this club will be conducted was put up and, to the great surprise in connection with the Y. M. C. A., of those present, 'the Judge put on his and on motion the officers of that or. overcoat, went to Austin's, hitched to ganization were chosen to fill the same a sled and went a mile in the country places for this club. A committee on for the load. About twelve o'clock he program for next meeting was selectcrossed the Public Square riding the ed. It was decided to met twice a horse and dragging a big d of month. The Y. M. 0. A. has secured cornstalks. He took it to Capt. Aus- the Odd Fellows Hall, and, as the club tin's, unloaded it and turned the horse is connected with it, we presume the in the lot. The occurrence created next meeting win be held in that hall much amusement, but Judge got his The program for next mectincr will bo. aouar ana saysne is reaay to go again published in next issue of The wnen anyone nas a aouar to pay with. lS I JSVMBERSS JANUARY CUT FBIC SALE. We have to make room for our Spring Stock We will offer Special Inducements on certain lines of goods to close them out quickly. Nice line Dress Ginghams at 4c per We have a few pair of ladies Misses yard. and childrens heavy weight shoes that Fine all wool Blankets that were pair now go for 4.50 Blankets now for 3.50 Blankets now for Bed comforts reduced to 1.00 each 50, 75, will be sold during this sale at low prices. S3. CO One lot of ladies fine Dongola kid 3.00 2.00 shoes in Button and Lace will be closed and out atSl.OO a pair. Sfi aston-ishingal- ly One lot of mens heavy Boots will go One lot of Mens fine shoes extra Special low prices on all kinds of Dress heavy soles and high cut worth S3.00 Goods during this sale. pair will goat S2.00. Mens and Boys Big bargains in Towells, Napkins and overcoats will be closed out regardless Table Linens good size all Linen Hock of what they cost. Will also offer some bargains in Towels worth 20c now 10c. Handsome Satin Damask fringed Towells worth Men's and Boy's suits during this sale. 40 to 50 now 20c Table Linen worth 4Cc The balance of our Ladies Jackets go at 23c. Extra fine white Satin Da- and Wraps will be Slaughtered during clean up Sale. We will absolutely mask Table Linen cheap at 81.25 per this give away 3 Jackets or Wraps come in yard will go during this sale at 89c. and learn our prices. Ladies Union Suits that were 81,00 We have three Ladies Tailor made now 50c Ladies Union Suits that were Suits left. These will be closed out at 50c now 25cts. Ladies heavy weight about half plan. One lot of fine Kid Gloves will be Vests now 15, 20, and 25c that are sold at 75c during this sale. worth double the money. Men's and One lot of line corsets worth $2.00 at Boy's underware at reduced prices. Sl.OO. Ladies flannel skirts at alxmt price. 15, 35, 50 and T5cts. half at S1.00 a pair. Te This sale means considerable loss to us, but we must make room for our Spring Goods, beside we want to have our stock as low as possible before we invoice. Come in quick before the good things are all gone. Premium tickets given during this sale. will be No Samples given during this sale. 3 THE LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY. Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach,liver and kidney troubles as well as women, and all feel the result in loss of appetite, poisons in the blood, backache nervousness, headache and tired, listess, run down feeling But there's no need to feel like that. Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters arc just the thing for a man when he is all rundown, and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and good appetite than any thing I could take. I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life." Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store. Every bottle guaranteed. See our line of White and Colored J." Joseph. Pique. J te muck-a-muc- sled-loa- It' Awful. Dear reader, if any fellow tells you the grip is nothing more than a bad cold, will you please tell him we say he is a liar and the truth is not in him. Before undergoing a siege of it we were inclined to poke fun, and thought those who spoke of "la grippe" merely wanted to put on airs. Several days last week we would have cheerfully changed places with anyone condemned to be hung. Our head ached, our bones ached, everything ached, and it is not much exaggeration to say we became afraid we wouldn't A llandsqme Present. die. If anyone has undergone this disThe editor of this paper received a ease and wants to prove that he sufqueer looking package through the fered, we stand ready to swear to any mail Tuesday, and was at a loss to un- statement he may make. Thoughts derstand its appearance. INCORPORATED. of dynamite bombs, infernal machines, etc., flitted through our troubled Every thins Assuming Proper Shape brain, but courage enough was finally For the Hotel and Opera Home. mustered to open it. Immagine the surprise and joy when we beheld a "The Lancaster Hotel Company" is lovely lambskin Masonic apron, care- the name under which the parties fully rolled in tissue paper. The have been incoporated to build the thought of being the recipient of so hotel and opera house. The articles lovely a gift Jilmost us. are all prepared and signed. They The apron, aS above stated, is of genu- will be duly published and then everyine lambskin, beautifully trimmed thing will be ready to begin operaand lined with blue silk, with hand- tions. Capt. Sam Miller is here from some cords and tassels, the "Watchful Knoxville to sign deeds for the lots Eye" and "Square" finely stamped and assist in arranging any other bus We do not know from whom iness in that connection. thereon. Everything it came, but want to say here that has worked to a Queen's taste so far. nothing on this selfish old sphere and we never saw any undertaking could be more highly appreciated than managed in a more bnsiness-lik- e way. ' we do this apron. We have wanted The Record intended giving a detailone for several years, and the donor ed description of each department ' might have racked his brain and he the building, but as there may be of a.I ' could not have selected anything few slight changes in jarawingsW V which gets closer to our heart. We will certainly endeavor to wear it will wait until it caagiVen delinked ' worthily, and our prayer is that God's ly. We hope to stateTn next Issue the. 1 richest blessing will descend upon tho name of the contractor and date work: will begin. dumb-founded ' rl: ' f CENTRAL ESCOIiD EVERT WEEK BY LOCTXS LAXDRSST, LANCASTER, Pabllsher. KENTUCKY. TSSMo ( ONE ( Sis Months. Thkck YWR, IN ADTA.HCK. ..?1.00 " " .. .50 HMDAY v. January 10, do should prepare and have passed a " bill requiring county judges to be r.vjers. We do not mean the .street corner type of lawyer, but require the candidate to undergo a rigid examination as to his knowledge of law. County. Judges have almost entirely tliiTerenfc work to do now from what was icquired of them fifteen jvars ago. and in jurisdiction they come pretty close to circuit judges. They are required to pass upon questions which only lawyers understand, and it is the heighth of nonsense to place a fanner,merchantor blacksmith upon thf bench to decide cases which, by ritfhl; the circuit judge should handle. The duties of the oiliee are constantly increasing and this fact only bears ouiour suggestion more strongly. lejfi.slature of ir sown member turnthe the people, by agooil jntrt to prac-ticlng- lij 1 makes us feel mighty good to see Col. James W. Caperton's name mentioned favorably for governor. In g these days of and it would be a great relief to see a man nominated against whom absolutely nothing mean or disrespectful could be said. Let tiie republicans nominate Colonel Caperton. the democrats select an equally clean man and lets have one more nice run on that high plane s brag of havwhich our ing in their day. wool-pullinwire-pullingrand-daddie- It last Sunday at 11 o'clock. Charles Scott was in Lexington on Thursday with a drove of horses which he bought in this neighborhood. J. T. Hawkins has moved into the dwelling house vacated by William 2fave. The stock barn and residence of W. J. Ruble, which was burned last Tuesday night, was only insured for $2,200. The total los was about 3,500. James Munday, of Ilarrodsburg, was in this place Monday on business. Ben Allen visited friends in Lexington, the early part of this week. Our friend, Mike Robinson, is reported quite ill at this writing. Just now, at this seaion of the year is when the largest and best crops are ra:sed, to listen at the boasting farmer. He will get in around a good lire, and my, my, what big tobacco and watermelons he can grow. Mr. 5. A. Fackler, Editor of the Micanopy Fla. Hustler, with his wife and children, suffered terribly from La Grippe. One Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that helped them. It acted quickly. Thousands of others ue this remedy as aspecific for La Grippe, and its exhausting aftereffects Stormes Drug Store lm Mammoth HnMin fllceleteat Tom 4. Petersburg, Ky., Jan. 1L While Rev. E. C. Collins, of Danville, passing along the river front Julius preached at the Presbyterian church Hoffman saw a human foot protruding BUENA VISTA. A PRETTY ROMANCE. CONFEDERATE VETERANS. from the hank. He investigated and soon had two mammoth human skeletons laid out on the bank in front of the post office. One was that of a male, seven feet and two inches in height, and the other of a female, six feet and three inches. A skeleton of a dog was also found buried between the man and woman. Their faces were fronting the east. Petersburg stands on the site of an aboriginal burying ground, and these are the remains of soma tribe. of C l. Ky., Jan. 11. The remains of Col. Ed F. MeGrath, deputy Fun.-r.i- l Wanderer, Who Yta To lie Dead, Beci.mi'i "Wealthy and Mill Now Care for U s Ullnd Ilrothur. Ky., Jan. 6. Thirty-fiv- e years ago a penniless wandered from his father's home in this county and long ago "was given up for dead by his relatives, for all their searching for him was in vain. Ono by one his relatives passed over the river of death, until an only brother remained to tell the story. His name is Duvall Bradley, who was a child when his brother left home. Duvall has been blind for many years, and the charity of his neighbors supported him. Last week he received a letter from his brother, John Bradley, once a penniless wanderer, but now a wealthy merchant of St. Louis. He bade his blind brother come live with him the rest of his days, and Thursday morning he left for the great western me tropolis. Over Ouh Hundred Years Oid. Resolutions Adopted Thanking President BlcKlnley for Utterances In His Atlanta Speech and Elsewhere. Harrodsburo, . Middlksboro, Ky., Jan. 6. At a meeting of the nenry M. Ashley bivouac of Confederate veterans, the following resolutions were unanimously adopted: That we extend our heartfelt than'.ts to our president, Hon. William McKinley, for his noble and patriotic words utiered in his speeches at Atlanta and other points during his reeent tour of the south. That this bivou c pledge its hearty support to him in all measures that look to the upholding of the country and the honor of tiie old 1. iiliiliilHaillipiii R. E. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, PURE DRUGS, FIHE DEALER IN i , i TOILET ARMIES, Cvxtiiiaa, flag. 3. That we are In no sense applicants for pension, that we believe the manhood of the south can be maintained without being put upon the pension rolls. 4. But If the people of the north should become magnanimous enough to put our poor upon the pension payroll, ve see no reason why we should not accept. 5. We rejoice itat our common country is ruled by a mr.n so broad minded and patriotic cs William McKinley. We also rejoice that the south took such an active part in the late Spanish war, and we take especial pride in Joe Wheeler and Fitzhugh Lee. Ss&od Books, Paints stud Oils. warden of the Frankfort penitentiary, accompanied by all the prison officials, arrived in this city Monday from Frankfort. The bo!!' was taken to the Wm. Addams, residence of where it lay in state until Tuesday morning, from which place it was taken to St. Edward's church, where high mass was held. The burial was in St. Edward's cemetery. "Will SlUNh. X. G. Preston sold a bunch of shoats to Lemon Tenter at 2ica pound. John Lane sold a fat cow to Taylor Raney at $17. Lige limit sold his crop of tobacco a few days ago at (ic per pound. Most of our farmers are done stripping tobacco and some are prizing this week. The Kentucky river is on a big boom this week. It is higher than it has been during the winter. Prof. Joseph Deboe is teaching a successful select school at the home of Geo. McQucny, near here. A good many valuable horses have died in this vicinity the last few days. Cause of death in most cases, unknown. Mr. Mat Folger and wife are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy, on the 7th. Rev. W.- F. Xcal, of Winehesrer, filled his appointment at Scott's Fork last Sunday. He has been called to work for the church this year. Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., suffered agony for thirty years, and then cured his Piles by using De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It heals injuries and skin diseases like magic. Stormes Drug Store lm George Sewel is on the sick list at this writing. Turkeys are selling at 5 cents per pound in this locality. Luther Raney is very ill at this writing, with rheumatism. Wm. Wall and daughter, Eliza, are on the sick list. "Win. McDowell, of Ilanley, Jessamine county, visited his mother, Mrs. Mitchell, the first of this week Mr. John Moberly has returned from in extended visit to the mountains. Miss Blanche Mitchell entertained a number of her friends last Sunday. ...James Clouse vent to Cincinnati last Sunday to have his eye treated. One of his eyes is out, and the other is in bad condition. Miss Malinda Murphy is very low with consumption. Horrible agony is caused by Piles, Burns and skin Diseases. These arc immediately relieved and quickly cur ed by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. Beware of worthless imitations. Stormes Drug Store lm The steamer, Falls City will take a load of freight from this place to Lou isville next Sunday. They ship to bacco at $1.50 per hhd. Ky., Jan. 7. John Hefferman, sr., the oldest resident of this county, died Friday afternoon at Paducau, inst. the Third Kentucky senatorial the residence of his daughter, Mrs. committee gathers here to name a day Margaret O'Donnell, near, this place. to select a democratic candidate. aged 101 years. lie was born in Ire-- 1 Thomas II. Corbett, registrar, land, but had lived here for the past He was verv active all and lately of Oklahoma, is out for half century. railroad commissioner for this district. his life and had only been sick for the Judge Dempsey, present incumbent, is past week. He could easily thread a needle and sew until confined to his also a candidate. bed a few days ago. Sleet at Padncth. Ky., Jan. 11. The 25th DkI Not Investigate 9I:tr4h:ilL Fr.ANKFOirr, Ky., Jan. 11. The Siielbyville, New Telephone Company. talililiilMMilMMSiiiilK Be on the Safe Side and state To Try Coal Conspiracy Caves. Coxguessmkn' Pcgh and Settle called on President McKinley and asked that Hon. James B. McCreary be appointed as a Commissioner to the Paris Exposition. If Mr. McKinley wants to do something which will please the people of Kentucky, he should appoint Gov. McCreary. lie is a polished gentleman, just the kind to send amongst strangers, and, best of all, is thoroughly familiar with matters as are connected with such positions. A Jl'i;ctiox City soldier was shot and killed while doing provost duty at Columbus, Georgia. Why the government doesn't muster out the gang of boys now wearing uniforms and drawing pay, is hard to understand. They are doing no good whatever in the service and only cost a lot of money which could be put to a much better purpose. It's a picnic, however, for the oilicers. Yankee is losing no time getting his stock of gold bricks into Cuba. The boom town game, building a:v.l loan fakes and all such traps are not only being planned but put into operation there. "Well, if it will take away from this country a lot of the sharks running about bilking the people, we hope the fakirs will do well on the island. The Auu.vxGEMiiN'TS arc being made at Louisville to build a covered track and have racing all winter. The scheme is meeting with opposition from the Turf Congress, but it now looks like the plan will be a go. "1 take pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy to all who suffer from pains in the stomach," says Mr. Milt McKinley, editor of the Rawson(Ohio) Herald. "Until I used this remedy it was at times, impossible for me to be in my ollice, owing to attacks lasting from gne to two days. liy taking it as soon as the first symptoms of the attack are felt, I no longer suffer this Last Saturday night, at Scott's unpleasant sickness." For sale by R. Fork church, five young men of this E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm place, contested for a valuable silver medal. E.ich speaker acquitted him BRYANTSVILLE. self with honor. They done so well it was hard for tlfe j udges to decide who B. F. Jennings has rented his house should have it; but it was finally giv and lot to Mr. Preston, of Jessamine en to Floyd Sanders. count', and will move to Paint Lick the first of March. He will run a lirst-claLung Irritation boarding house in that place. Dr is the forernnner to consumptson. Will Ruble lost his house and con- Bell's will cure it, and" tents by lire on last Monday night. It ive such strength to the lungs that a was insured for twenty-liv- e hundred cough or a cold will not settle there Twenty-fiv- e cents at McRobert; Drug dollars. Coughing injures and inflames sore Store. lungs, One Minute Cough Cure lco;cns Mccreary. the cold, allays coughing and heals quickly. The best cough cure for Miss Bertha Hendren, of Nicholas-villechildren. Stormes Drug Store and Miss Nell Bourne, ofBourne Mrs. Ilaselden visited friends in visited Miss Lettie Warner, last week Danville this week Miss Hallic JenMr. Kirby Grimes and wife, and nings has returned to her home in Mr. Robt. Smith and wife, of Kirks Lower Garrard, after a pleasant visit ville, have been the guests of Mr. Da to friends here Miss Ciandie Ar- vis Su ton and wife. nold returned to her home, accompaThe family of W. T. Phcrigo have nied by Wesley Walker. . . .C. M. Jennings and wife visited friends here moved to Long Branch, and John O Sunday Miss Ilattic Arnold is vis- Long is occupying the house vacated iting her cousin. Miss Mamie Arnold, by Phcrigo. B. F. Broaddus has moved into his G. P. Couverthas returnthis week ed home after spending two weeks home at this place. with friends and relatives in Indian Mr. Alex. Walker and wife have apolis Miss Bettie Evans is visitin; moved into the Sanders property on her sister, Mrs. H. A. Burdett Sam the hill. Jlaselden, of your city, visited a friend Mike Forbes has been spending a over the river Sunday. week with relatives at Mt. Hebron. , Mr. Elisha Berry, of this place, sav La Grippe is again epidemic. Every he never had anything do him so much precaution should be taken to avoid good and give such quick relief from it. Its specific cure is One Minute rheumatism as Chamberlain's Pain Cough Cure. A. J. Sheperd, Publish Balm. He was bothered greatly with er Agricultural Journal and adver 6 looting pains from hip to knee until tiser, Elden Mo., says: "No one will he used this liniment, which affords be disappointed in using one Minute prompt relief. B. F. Baker, druggist Cough Cure lor LaGTrjpjie. ' Pleasant St. Paris, Ohio. For sale by R. E. Mc to take, quick to actff Roberts, Druggist. Stormes Drug Store lm lm Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 7. In state fiscal court Friday morning Judge Cantrill overruled the demurrer of defendants in the now noted conspiracy cases against the coal companies of the state capital. The cases will now be tried and conviction and heavy fines are certain. This is the first case Boy Mrtriualy M.sln. Parkin j Company Incurporatril. kind tried in the state. United Richmond, Ky., Jan. 10. Charles Fkaxkfort, Ky., Jan. 11. The Pa- - of this Senator States Lindsay represents the Coffee, aged 12 years, son of Mrs. D. ducah Packing Co., filed articles of inCoffee, of this city, is myteriously corporation in the office of the secre defendants. missing. Three weeks ago he wantary of state. The capital stock of the Il?btnal Criminal Act Stands. company is fixed at 510,000. William Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 9. The court dered away from home, and nothing and A. L. Chesterfield and George H. of appeals decided that Ben Herndon, has been seen or heard of him since. Davis, all of Paducah, are the chief of Fayette county, must serve a life He is described as being four feet in stockholders. sentence in the penitentiary because height, light hair and blue eyes. he has been convicted three times of Twelve Years In the Penitentiary. New Mill at CampbellsvUIe. Casipheli.svii.le, Ky., Jan. 11. Tho three separate crimes, the penalty in Henderson, Ky., Jan. 10. William either case being a life sentence, but McGhee was tried at Calhoon on the erection of a first class flour mill, with the latest improved ma- all three together constituting what charge of murder and given a sentence chinery, will, in a short time, be com has been termed "an habitual crim- of 12 years in the penitentiary. He menced here by T. F. Nell, late of Som- inal." Herndon's attorneys raised the killed Sop Hall on Pond river last erset. A suitable lot near the depot point that the statue providing a life summer. sentence for a third conviction was unhas been secured. A Man Who Escaped With Morgan. constitutional. Benton, Ky., Jan. 10. Joe Dause, Fourth Kentucky Ordered Mastered Oat. II gh Price Paid. living at Coldwater, Calloway county, Washington, Jan. 11. The 4th KenBowling Grken, Ky., Jan. 0. claims to be one of the men who es tucky has been ordered mustered out, & Mayer, of Cincinnati, Thurscaped from the Columbus penitentiary and other volunteers now in the south will follow them unless reinforcements day, became the purchasers of S140,000 with John Morgan. He says he helped Warren county to do the work. are made necessary inCubaorthe Phil- of ippines. The volunteers abroad are to bonds. The price paid was 100 and ac Noted Stallion Sold. crued interest, said to be the highest be mustered out last. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 10. The celeprice, paid for county bonds in this brated stallion Russell has been sold The Judgment Reversed. state for several years. by Messrs. A. H. and D. H. Morris, of Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 11. The ver New York, to J. E. Madden, of this Died at the Age of 00 Years. dict of the Marshall circuit court sen Bardstown, Ky., Jan. 7. It. W. city. Russell has won 581,813.50 in tencing Noah Franklin to confine ment in the penitentiary for life for the al- Deats, aged 90 years, died at his resi races. Price of the sale private. Du d of t Disease. leged murder of Daisy Sullivan was re- dence at Deatsville of paralysis. He Russellville, Ky., Jan. 10. Rod versed by the court of appeals in an had a remarkable history, and waa widely known and esteemed, ne was Perry, a wealthy citizen, died sudden opinion delivered by Judge Hobson. a near relative of Andred McFall, the ly of heart disease Monday morning. Blast Serve II. s Term. noted Kentucky pioneer. His wife and He was as well as usual Sunday night Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 11. Gov. several children survive him. and attended church. Mr. Perry was Bradley refused Tuesday to pardon worth S150.000. Deserter Arrested. Sam D. Clark, of Mayfield, who was Campton, Ky., Jan. 10. Bird Aged ltrs'.dent of Mercer County Dead. sentenced to ten years' imprisonment a member of the 4th Kentucky, Harrodsburg, Ky., Jan. 10. Joshua for killing Steven R. Carney, of PaCapt. Rose, who had deserted Smalley, one of the oldest residents of ducah. Carney was president of the under and fled to the Kentucky mountains, Mercer county, died Monday morning Western Kentucky tobacco combine. was arrested by Marshal G. in the eighty-nint- h year of his ase. Storekeepers aud Causers W. Drake and lodged in jail here. Washington, Jan. 11. William K. Found Guilty if Murder. The Eagle, Kins of All liirds. Gray has been reinstated as a storeMunfordsville, Ky., Jan. 9. In ths i ; noted for its keen sight, clear and keeper in the Lexington (Ky.) Interna Revenue district and George D. Lovil case of Prof. J. W. McClure, indicted distinct vision. So are those persons appointed storekeeper and gauger in with Rev. Greogory Doyle for the al- who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve leged murder of Miss Lydia Bracher, for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any the Danville district. the jury Saturday returned a verdict kind or granulated lids. Sold at 25cts Opposed To Pensioning Confeder.it after being out four hours, finding McMcRoberts Drug Store. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 11. The con Clure guilty of murder and fixing his federate veterans' association of Ken punishment at confinement in the peniMARKSBURY. tucky, at a meeting here Tuesday tentiary for life. The trial of Doyle night, adopted resolutions denouncin began Saturday morning. Mrs. N. II. Bogie is recovering from the plan of Senator Marion Butler to a very severe case of neuralgia. lie Will Remain in Manll i. pension the confederate soldiers. Versailles, Ky., Jan. 9. Drake C Mr. Taylor Burd tt and wife are vis Pension Examiner at Augusta, Kr. Railey, a Versailles boy, who is a mem- iting their aunt, Miss Ruth Aldridge. Washington, Jan. 11. Dr. F. S, ber of the 1st Colorado infantry, U. S. Misses Mary Kuykendall and VirBradford has been appointed a pen V., now stationed in the Philippines, ginia Nunn, left Monday for their sion examining surgeon at Augusta, writes that he is so much pleased with school at Shelbyville Miss Bettie Ky. business prospects at Manila that he Royston and Eobert Fox, are quite will locate there when he is mustered sick at this writing with La Grippe, Freight Car ISullders To Combine. Cleveland, O., Jan. 11. Negotia out. His mother, Mrs. Sallie T. Railey, Misses Sa.lie and Lee Herring,and tions are in progress for the formation of this place, is preparing to join her Anna Pollard, left Saturday for their of a pool of concerns which build freight son there in the spring. school at Pewee Valley Miss Geor cars. Those now interested in the progia Dunn received five very handsome Aged Paris Man Drfd. ject are the Haskell-Barke- r Co., oi Paris, Ky., Jan. 7. George Dykes, books from her uncle in St. Louis, as a Michigan City, Ind.; the Barney & Miss Miriam aged 82, an esteemed citizen of Paris, Christmas present Smith Car Co., of Dayton; the Michigan died Friday morning of pneumonia, Herring returned Saturday to her Peninsula Car Co., of Detroit, and the home in Louisville, after a pleasant freight car department of the Pullman after an illness of two days. visit to her uncle, T. I. Herring. Legislative Candidate. company. M. G. Aldridge bought of Frank Lexington, Ky., Jan. 9. Mr. C. B. Imbecile Farm Plana. Par lis, a sow and pigs for $15. Columbus, O., Jan. 11. An attempt Nichols wi 1 become a candidate for Mrs. Sallie Fox and son, Eobert, is being made by the board of trustees democratic nomination as representaof the state imbecile asylum, located in tive from Fayette county in the next have taken possession of their farm legislature. Mr. Nichols is a prosper- near here. this city, to purchase lands near a suburb of this city, upon ous farmer. Jim Speaks and wife have moved which to institute the custodial depart into the property recently vacated by CoL Ed F. MeGrath Dead. ment of the institution, as authorized Mr. Myers. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 9. Col. Ed P. by the law of last winter. Working Night and Day MeGrath, of Covington, deputy warden Runaways Sent Home. The busiest and mightiest little of the Frankfort penitentiary, died at Dayton, O., Jan. 11. Elmer and 1:30 o'clock Sunday morning of. Bright's thing ever was made is Dr. King'sNew d Earl Eismon, two lads whose home is disease. He had been in failing health Life Pills. Every pill is a globule of health,that changes weakin Columbia City, Ind., went skatin for several months. Sunday last, in defiance of parental ob ness into strength, listlessness into To Develop Kaollne. jections, and fearful of punishment energy, brain-la- g into mental power. ChiToMPKlNsviiXE, Ky., Jan. the two concluded to emigrate. They They're wonderful in building up the cago syndicate has purchased kaoline journeyed as far as this city and health. Only 25c per box. Sold by mineral near Fountain Run, Ky., and weakened. They were sent home. E. E. McRoberts. mineral, which is extensively used the Nonresident hunters spend $2,000,000 in the manufacture of porcelain and Mr. Mason Pollard and Miss Lulu state every year. in the fme-reBourne; were quietly married Wedchina. ' nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the Railway Engine Ditched. j. Many Deaths From Diphtheria. Henderson, Ky., Jan. 9. The T. H IIopkinsville, Ky., Jan. 7. Diph- home of the bride's father, Jack & St, L. Passenger train, due here theria is raging in sections of this Bourne, near Hedgeville. We extend from Louisville at 12:55 p. m., jumped county. Many deaths are reported at congatulations to the happy couple, the track at a switch connection. The Fruit Hill, three children dying in one and wish them success through life. engine was ditched and is badly family. Deaths are reported daily wrecked. No other damage was done from different places. A TIMELY HINT. To should be wise and see that yonr blood U rich aad pure and yonr whole stent pnt in a War on Blind Tigers. Fla Horses Have the Grip. perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr. Henderson, Ky., Jan. 7. Thirty-fiv- e Lexington, Ky., Jan. 9. An epidemic CaxUtedt'a German LlTer Powder. Then yon malaria, typhoid ferer, colds witnesses were before the errand iurv of grip has broken out to an alarming wUl be free fromDr. .grip. Carlstedt's German Ltrer from Corydon testifying as to the extent among fine horses of this sec- aad tie la the best medicine money can bay.. Powder blind tigers which are being run in tion. Far your Cola try Dr. Otto's Samo Thoroughbreds especially are that town. Commonwealth Attorney suffering. Many valuable mares are Gum Balsam. Priaa 26a anvJ 60a a Battla. Flburney said that he would break dropping their foals on account of it. 'For sale by tnem up it it cost the state flO.000. E. E. McRoberts, election commission held only an infor-ma- l meeting Tuesday, and took no action in the case of Commissioner Ben Marshall. Marshall asked the commission to investigate the charges against him, and it is believed the board will not remove him after invastigating. Hr-.rAd-kin- s, g, sugar-coateA Owensboro, Ky., Jan. 10. The Green River Telephone and Telegraph Co. has been organized to construct a line from Owensboro to Henderson and J. H. other points, with Hickman as president and treasurer, and H. K. Cole as vice president and general manager. Articles of incorporation will be filed at once. Office, Lumber H lis to Itiguinn. Richmond, Ky., Jan. 10. Lumber mills at Irvine, Ford and Valley View will resume operations at once, giving employment to a large" number of hands. Hundreds of thousands of logs have been caught in the recent tide in the Kentucky river, enough to keep the mills running for months. Insure your Tobacco. National Bank. R. KINNIARD j wmwiriirw w w mm mm w mmm iron? mmmw j DANVILLE, KY. Pure Drugs, Fine Stationery, I Toilez Jlvzicles. f llUUiiUUilUUJUJUJUiU JUIUJUJUJUJUJUJU iUJUJMJUJUR A BUSINESS THE BRYANT & TtOOTf 7,jfr TfP.FPTVfi ir SIIOKTHAND. EDUCATION Is nbslutely necessary to the yenng man or yonng woman who would win success In life. This being conceded t is of first importauce to get yonr training at the school that strands in the very front rank STRA.TT0N BUSINESS LOUISVILLE, KY. COLLEGE TELEGRAPH V Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line. Graduates of this college preferred by business houses. Write for a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the United States it will be mailed c. n. 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Delay in attending to a causing the system to absorb Oxygen, slight cough may cost you your life. Large size Domes, .race ana sue or saie dj purifying the blood, and building up system ths R. E. .McRoberts, 30 days we will sell any article in the house at It. Meeting. All members of the G. A. R. are a big wanted at their hall Saturday after noon at 2 o'clock. A. and Installation of Officers. We have a large order already placed for Spring goods. So in or I will be in Lancaster on the 16th der to make room for them, we must sell our winter stock, regardless of to stay untill the 20th. All who have not settled with me will please call on cost. Come in and we will give you some EXTRA BARGAINS. meat Dr Grant's. I must have the Respectfully, 'Phone 85 money. Mrs. Moody Harden. Notwithstanding the fact that the rain came down in torrents, the big court room was filled to overflowing by people to witness the public installation of K. P. officers. The lodge sat as a body and took up the entire bar. Several present were heard to say it was the finest body of young men they ever gazed upon. The officers elected for this year, were given the reins of control amid much pomp and enthusiasm. They are as follows: Lewis "Walker, p. c; Ed Bishop, c. c; Joe E. Robinson, v. c; P. "W. Spencer, prelate; J. Joseph, m. a.; J. S. Haselden, k. r. & s.; J. B. Collier, i. g.; Jas. Dillon, o. g. The ceremonies were interspersed with good music by the colored orchestra. At the conclusion of the instillation ceremonies the Knights and ladies repaired to the Mason Hotel where Mrs. Simpson had prepared a feast fit for ye gods. The local lodge has given quite a number of suppers and banquets, but none equal to this has ever been served to them. We haven't the space to comment on the different toasts, but will say the boys did themselves proud. Among the speakers were Hon. R. H. Tomlin-soLetcher Owsley, Lewis "Walker, Joe E. Robinson, G. Bright Swjne-broaRev. Clark, P. TV. Spencer and othera. Each talked just long enough and did not get into the windy arguments which sometimes convert such occasions into dog buryings. Every fellow came away feeling it was good to have been there and all want to do it again at no distant day. n, d, NOEL SISTEJIfcS CENTRAL RECORD. Miss Nell Ray, of Buckeye is visiting Mrs. J. H. Dunn. - Prettiest lace curtains ever brougjit FBIDAY January 13, 1899. to Lancaster. J. Joseph. Important. Miss Julia Reid, whose serious illness The Y. M. C. A., will be addressed alarmed her many friends, is, we are by OCOOOOOOOOCOCCCXOGCOCGCOOO Dr. McKee at Odd Fellows Hall o o glad to say, very much better, and will Suuday afternoon at 3 o'clock. All recover. are invited and urged to be present. Frank Pumphrey has accepted a po- While this is called a Young Mans As 00000000 00000000000 oooocoo sition as "Devil" in the Recokd of- sociation, no one is barred on account Mrs. Mildred Beasley is visiting her fice, Tom Hammond having become of age. All are welcome, and wanted. elticient enough to take charge of reg- Come, and show by your presence you son in Stanford. ular "cases." are for what's right. Captain Thos. A. Elkin is in Atlanta Through an unintentional oversight on a business trip. Back from West. on the part of the compositor the name The Danville Advocate says Mr. Miss Mary Gill left Tuesday for her of the charming and handsome Miss SaturGeorSe Higgindotham school in Oxford, Ghio. Letitia Brown, of Lexington, was left day night from a trip returned spent He out of those attending the big ball at consideradle time in West. Mrs. D. M. Lackey has returned Oklahoma and Crab Orchard Springs. from a visit to Richmond. was very much impressed with that Trainer, John R. Farris. who has importance in agricultural interests, Miss Alice Hudson has recovered been "laid up" with rheumatism for It is a great cattle country and land from a recent spell of illness. the past several weeks, is still confin can be leased cheaply. Thousauds of "Attorney W. I. Williams has been ed to his room. Mr. Farris has been acres can be rented for grazing purposes tussling with the grip this week. a great sufferer, but it is now hoped he at five cents an acre per year. Miss Katie Hood, of Shelby City, is will soon recover and be out among his friends again. Lexington Stock with her aunt, Miss Emma Hood. In Grip's Grip La Grippe is waging a terrible war Miss Rella Arnold has returned from Farm. upon the people in this locality and at anisit to Midway and Nicholasville. persons are confined least tweenty-fiv- e When yon liave a bad Cold. Miss Mattie Thompson has returnto their rooms and beds from its awful You want the best medicine that effects, The disease appears to be in ed from a pleasant visit to Stanford. can be obtained, and that is Chamber a worse Miss Lily Jsorton, of Lancaster, is form this winter than hereto Cough Remedy. fore. There is one grerit consolation here visiting friends. Livingston Col lain's You want a remedy that will not on- in having the grip, however, and that is onel. ly give quick relief but effect a perma- the fact that every one you meet hasn't Margaret Hackloy, of George--tow- nent cure. Miss a sure cure for it. has been visiting her neice, Mrs. You want a remedy that will relieve J. I, Hamilton. Million Given Away. the lungs and keep expectoration easy. Miss Mary Robertson, of Elizabeth-towYou want a remedy that will count-tra- It is certainly gratifying to the public is expected this week to visit any tendency toward pneumonia. to know of one concern in the land Mrs. Wm. Cook. You want a remedy that is pleasant who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering. The propri The Sewing Club was handsomely and safe to take. entertained Wednesday afternoon by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the etors of Dr. King's New Discovery for Fine Sermons. Rev. Partin preached two splendid sermons at the Baptist church Sunday. He is a mighty good man every way, and TnE Record is glad he has moved amongst us. I PE$SOJlflIi. George White, we gladly divide the honors. It is a remarkable fact that these two men, at the ages respectively of 78 and 58, are able every day to set as much type and as "clean proofs" as any younger printer in Ken tucky. Our "Uncle George," as he is called, rises at 4:30 a. nr, picks his teeth and goes to work at five and by S:30 or 9 has a column of type up. By noon he has another, and so on. He loves his work, never "soldiers," and takes pride in what he performs. I once estimated that these two men and their father before them, who was also a printer here in 1800, had set enough type to stall a freight train on Moran's Summit, below Silver Creek. But we are digressing. The Lancaster Record was the subject. Upon it we predicated these remarks. Mr. Landram, here's to you, to Captain White, J. Rando'ph Harris, Foreman Henry, Mullins and ToiifUammonds. May you all live long, and when the time comes to "make up your forms" may the "devil" drop into the "hell box" while you all go to glory. C. E. TV. ter" est printer Capt. Frank J. White but as we have his brother, "Old Prin- CONSUMPTION CURED. ELEGTHOPOISE After. (By E. L. Aultman.) Christmas over Money spent, Time to figure And repent. Things expected, Didn't get; Sighing futile, Vain regret. Start in bravely, Economize; Save your money, How time Hies. Dear Sirs: The goitre has entirely disappeared from Mrs. Wilson's neck, and.she is the proudestand most grateful woman in the world. The Electro-pois- e has accomplished what the physicians and medicines could not. More than seven years ago she was told that she could never be cured. The contradicted the opinion of learned doctors, has removed the swelling, and she well. I have under my observation another case of goitre that is being rap-dl- y cured. It is my only doctor, and I use it in my family for all ailments. Mns. Sam Walker, Wife of United States Commissioner, Elec-tropoi- se Another Christmas Soon be here; Old friends fostered Grow more dear. Wytheville, Va., July 0, 1890. Dubois 513 & Fourth and spent hundreds of dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail until I used Dr. Bell's It has saved my life, J. C. Rosell. Grantsburg, 111. McRoberts Drug Store. y. I suffered Coughed 25 Years. for 25 years with a cough, New ones added To your list, Must be nurtured, Can't resist. Thus, the endless Chain begun, Its links increase One by one. Sad the story To relate: Your shrunken purse Can ne'er inflate. 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To insure a happy new year, keep the liver clear and the body vigorous by using De Witt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills for consti pation and liver troubles, Stormes Drug Store lm and Summer 25 Cents. NOTES. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE ed, TVhen Bro. Spencer got up to speak, Crow Dillon said: "Look at my beloved brother, in whom I am wel pleas- - n, ct Miss Sue Herring. Johnnie W. Johnson orders his Record sent to Lakeland, at which place he has a clerkship. Prof. E. F. Darnaby, who lias been visiting his friend, Elder Geo. Gowen, has returned to St. Louis. at W. John Shaw Edminston, the "Kandy Kitchen" man is confined to his room, only medicine in use that meets all of these requirements. This remedy is famous for its cures of bad colds thro'-othe United States and in many foreign countries. It has many rivals, but, for the speedy and permanent cure of bad colds, stands without a peer and its splendid qualities are ever rywhere admired and praised. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, 'Druggist, lm ut Buy the best flour the market affords. To do this buy Dix River Beau ty, a No 1 patent, Admiral Dewey, a No. 1 Family flour, Uncle Sam's choice a good every day flour. If your grocer don't keep it, order from the manu facturer. JohnH. Potts, Gilbert's Creek, Ky. conSaturday's Courier-Journdec. 23-Prompt Delivery. tained a pair likeness of Miss Bessie Burnside, one of Garrard's prettiest Danvlile District Missionary Instigirls. tute will be held at Mt. QHvet M. E. Miss Bertha Hendren has returned church South near Bryantsville, Ky. to her home in Nicholas vide, after Jan. 17 and 18. Rev. Savage, of Danvisiting Miss Nellie Brown In Lower ville, will preach the opening sermon Garrard. Tuesday evening. An interesting proMiss Mae Miller and Mrs. Susie Mil- gramme has been prepared for Wedler have returned from Garrard county nesday. Exercises will begin Wedwhere they have been visiting. Liv- nesday, afternoon service will begin at 2 o'clock. Rev. Julins Wright, of ingston ColoneL narrodsburg, will preach the concludMrs. R. E. McRoberts gave a beau-tij- ing sermon Wednesday night. Every six o'clock dinner Monday, in body invited to be present. honor of her sister, Miss Mae Ware, of Hopkinsvillc. The Farm Journal says; A simple remedy for milk fever that has never Mr. John R. Mount returned to quart LaGrange Wednesday. He is a clever been known to fail is this: One of new milk, one pint kerosene oil, one young gentleman and made many pint of lard, melted, and all mixed; re friends while here. peat this three times the first day, and Mrs. Hatty B. Tankersley of Silver- - it is seldom necessory to give more but Creek, has returned home after a ples-- of the patient is not decidedly better s continue the next day, ant visit to her parents, Mr. and Pumphrey. Did Good Work, Rev. Ira Partin. of the Baptist Mrs. Charles M. Norris and children left Monday for Frankfort to reside. church, tells us that in three years he Jtr. Norris has a clerkship at the pen- has held 13 revivals which resulted in 237 additions by expierience and bap itentiary, a good job. tismand fully 100 by letter. During George Smith, Jr., came back from the time he organized churches at Hareye doctor he mony in Garrard and Mt. Hebron and Cincinnati Sunday. The went to consult was too busy to see Hall's Gap in Lincoln county. Inter! George and he will hare to go back or Journal. al ul Mrs-Jame- A. Arnold's, by illness. Miss Mary Packard, the attractive visitor of Miss Mae Hughes, left yesterday for her home in Kansas City,Mo Dr. Edminston, of Crab Orchard, here several days this week attending his brother, John Shaw, the candy man. Something for Xmus. Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have given away over ten mijlion trial bot tles of this great medicine; and have y the satisfaction of knowing it has cured thousands of hopeless cases. Asthma, Bronchitis Hoarsness and all disease of the Throat, Chest and Lungs are sure cured by it. Call on R. E McRoberts Druggist, and get a free trial bottle. Reglar size 50c and $1. came from our town. Every bottle guaranted, or price re? The lodge is in first-clashape and fancied, has a lot qf work on hand for every meeting, off-haabso-lutl- Bright Swinebroad took four girls to the banquet. As his speech contained a great deal of "taffy" we presume he made it for the benefit of his company, thereby saving the trouble of telling it to them separately. Letcher Owsley's speech was elegant. He is a chip of the old block and it comes as natural for him to speak as it is for water to run down hill. R. H. Tomlinson is one of the best speakers we ever heard. The writer was with him at a K. P. ban quet and other meeting hi Louisville not long ago, ana saw him called upon six different times in less than four hours. It looked like the more speech es he made, the better he became and, we began to brag of the fact that he kip d Esjeiiitas Dr. R. OF THE TRAVELING MEN Goldstein, optician ..'will the well-know- n Mas-j- CITY OF LANCASTER, FOR YEAR ENDING DEC. RECEIPTS. Cash on hand January 1st Tax of Marshal Tax of Corporations r ornnes TaxLicenses Loan and interest Total 1803 $ 7C9 Hotel, be at the Monday, January 30, 1899 e.xami ned end glasses scientifically ad 31, 1898. Returning one day each month. Eyes used. 37 74 ORGANIZED 1883. 2 SiC 00 ssu uu 1 84 00 523 12 PITMS U NATIONAL BANI, JY. 6 991 Xt OF LA50ASTEB. DISBURSEMENTS. $ 2U5 83 Salaries, of Mavor anrtConncil L61 r.0 Manual and dtp " 100 ( Attorney Clerk " 69 00 Janitor " 80 f0 I'rlutiug aud Stationary. 7.M) 00 " Lights 31 25 Insurance 2 4Vi 3G Bonds and Interest 279 61 Streets IS 00 Supervisors of tax Capital, Surplus Fund $50,000 10,000 A Physician Can Prescribe BUSINESS SOLICITED. Careful and Prompt AttenUos OastnuiteeA J. K. II tSQiNBOTHAH Lewis Y. Lkavxll 3. F. Hudson W. O. BI8MIT TVhen you cannot sleep for coughing Dr. Otto's Clock Officers Commission Work House VTuieTM has demonstrated ten thousand times that it is almost infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR WEAKNESSES. Irregularities and derangements. It has become the leading remedy for this class of troubles. It exerts a wonderfully healing, strengthen? ing and Boothipg influence upon the menstrual organs. ' It cures ''whites" andfaUingof the womb, ft stops flooding and relieves sup. take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It always gives' prompt relief. It is most excellent for colds, too, as it aids ex pectoration, relieves the lungs and prevents any tendency toward pneu monia. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggists. lm Clarence Does us Proud. Clarence E. Woods, of the Rich mond Climax, does The Record the honor of publishing pictures of the editor, Capt. White and Letcher Owsley. The following is taken from the column and a half he gave us in his valuable paper; "The Christmas edition of the Lancaster Record was so good that the Climax desires to attest its appreciation of the effort of Editor Landram by republishing three of the sketches contained in his big issue and to commend him publicly for his consistent and persistent stand for Right in his community. We have long observed the Record's position on public morals and endorse it in every particular. The character of its editor is blameless, and his writings are fit to enter every home, for he stands for what is best in church, state and society. As Mr. Landram modestly omits reference to himself, we will only add to what is above said this picture of the handsome editor, together with re marks of interest to the public. Lastly we come to a subject that will be of particular interest to our Madison county readers. The writer has always been jealous of the Record because the latter could boast of the old Spruce Gum Balsam. Formula on each package. ' CURES Miscellaneous Balance .... Costs Police Court etc Chanties 25 00 107 71 1 02S 12 SO IS 25:1 70 156 92 756 95 President Csihlex Assistant Cssh'i Bookkeeper $6.991 53 ASSETS. C.D. .' $ Wilui YOUR COUGH t IN A DAY Price, 25 Cashonhand Taxes lu Litigation City Bulldiug Fire Department Uncollected Tax LIABILITIES. Bonds 756 838 2,278 1,000 302 95 82 00 CO DIEECTOE8: J.H.HiaSIHBOTHAK, J.S.JoHKSOJf, 62 LltriS Y.LSAVliL, T.M.AXHOLD, $3.176 39 H.C.AiOLD, AXBZ.QlBBS, J. B.r. Hcdsoj. J.J.Walxbk Jacob T. Bobijciok. 1,000 On 4. 176 39 & 50c Excess of Assets over Llabilites 5. 176 39 R. KINNAIRD'S R. E. McRoberts, W. IT. WHERRITT, Clerk? insurance Agency Representing Orer THE QUEENS Route, with its rail and forms the short and West India Double Daily Pullman A CRESCENT i steamer Connections, line to Florida points. Service - S57.00QOOO Companies 2Etna or - In the following Fire Insurance Hartford. Fast through to HAVANA QaeeB of America. Advitorg Department," The Chattanooga Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. pressed and painful menstruation. For Change of life it is the best medicine made. It is beneficial during pregnancy, and helps to bring children into homes barren for years. It invigorates, stimu lates. strengthens the whole sya? tern. This great remedy is offered to aU afflicted women. Why will any woman suffer another minute with certain relief within reach t Wine of Cardui only costs $1.00 per bottle at your drug store. Tor advice, in cote requiring tpedaX Arte. Uont, addrtu, giving symptom, th "Ladle? iftd-iciRtv. 1. W. SMITH. Camden, 8. C. atytt "My wHe used Wine of Cardal at home for faWRfl el the womb sad H cured her." Jacksonville. The famous CINCINNATI, LIMITED FLORIDA AND Southern direct National of Hartfert. Pkenix of Brooklja. solid vestibuied & service to Florida via the Railway, steamship and eorr. for Hartford of Hartford. Maackestcr of EBglaad. GoBHecticat or Hartford. North British aad Merchaatlie. Queen F.C. & Crescent, makes nection on arrival at Miami (East Coast) or at Tampa (West Coast) Key West, Havana, Nassau,, Santiago, San Joan, and all West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to New Orleans. Free books and information by addressing, e. w. ikli, div. PASs-aagent, 4th and usee sts., Cincinnati, o.. 0. L. MITCHELL, DIV. PASS'QR AGENT, CHATTANOOGA, TENN., ON W. O. RINCARSON. GEN'L Seraaa Americas of New York. Liverpool aad Loadoa aad eiohe. I also represent the old reliable stftf PASS'QR. AGENT CINCINNATI O. New York Lift InsNruct UWW11I Is ill Ssiist Bmi HMIaT.C IUmvms, tv Krw :ilutreud KoalUj, " Lud lad a UtUi," m jcu. fcod" Sold Tor Titjrc. DIGEST YOUR FOOD. Ninety per cent, of all slc!:ucn Is caused toy Marshal Walker's sale for town nut belnsr properly digested. It creates ami (rocs into your blood and then you are dwindled down to nine pieces of is heir to. Use Dr. CarlsAedfs German 'Liver i property by time said was to be made, Powder and watch the results. You will feel the Rood effects after taldnp one dose. Give it tt:c COlIcCt.Ons WC1C ncaicr complete a trial and be convinced. Price 25c. ! than any collector has shown fc r many Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cures years, which speaks well for both he Your Cough. Just the Medicine and the for Children. For sale by The colored folks have opened a It. E. Mcltoberts, skating rink and are making money hand over list. i'olli IfiUIer to Lecture. Arrangements have been made for Polk Miller to lecture at the Couit An Estimable Burglar. House bore on January 2(i, for the benefit of the Y. IL C. A. Further particulars next issue. nXyriRS. JENKS had an economical WALLACETON. NU fit. She had them occasionally, s. COUGHS. not neglect o'Coacb or ColJ, as delays ureof- '.en dansorotu. Foloy'O Do pleasant. Bate and Bcro cure. Contains no opiates and is guaranteed. Honey and Tarlac ASTHMA.- Foloy'a Honoy end TorliEaarcnteedtocIve prompt relief In all cases cf Asthma. Donotci.133 this with other medlclno that has foiled to cire roa rollof. "ii-- : r.Q'v V.mt tl 1 L. L'lv.'SJn shipped a nics load of butcher stuff to Cincinnati this week, for which he paid 2i to 3c .T. 1 Hamilton has bought of James Uiulerv(K1. his faun on thy Danville Iiike, ctuiiaiuisig Its) acres Nearly every farm has some roIHii'; ground that is loo hitly for the plow, hut which is just suited to grazing sheep. AY. rorC-1,50- 13. at $2.1oc. J. F. Hamilton bought a bunch of heifers at 2c. Henry Walker sold to IJoiirno Bros., two cattle for 820. II, C. Arnold sold to Malum, a hunch of 25 cattle at ?2.-- per head. 11. C.Arnold bought of Thompson Brown, 2" cattle at $22.50 per head. A. T. Whitaker rented the acres corn kind from T. II. Kinnaird, at i.!!lc per acre. W. B. Bui ton bought a nice bunch of 25 yearlings from Pence, of Lincoln at 21 per iiead. The rabbit crop has certainly been givat in Mercer. The Democrat says the amount of money brought into Mercer county each year by tiie sale of rabbits is far larger than the casual observer would think. J t is estimated that tifty thousand rabbits have already, this season, been put on the market at live cents a piece. Mr. J. II. Bottom, merchant at .Stewart, has within the last twenty-eigh- t days, bought aud delivered in llarrodsburg. nine thousand, and during the entire season has purchased twice that V.'cali Eye F. Robinson bought some fat cows stases, but claims to give rollet in the very worst cases, and in corlrstaces toeflectacare. Thousands of infanta ind children dio yearly of Croup, OTory one of these innocents could havo been paved had FO" Foley's Honey end Tar does not hold out false hopes in advanced CONSUMPTION. LA CRIPPE. If rouhavohad thoGrlp you probablr need a re- liable medicine like Fo- ley's Honoy andTar to heal your lanes and stop tho racking ccngh incidental to this dUeasc CROUP. j'lomame puisonmg mie to the in fection of unsound iish, deployed mssrly a whole family of Florence not l5iig:ig. It is said that a show of American horses will !k made at the Paris exposition by American horsemen, less of tlie action of the government re;.--ti- Ins been some carcle.ss:i?ss cither fO'iingor in watering, or in taking cue of the hogs and pigs. S ivc Your Com for me. 3 will to 2,Wi5 it lubj2"i diseaseororfeverin hogs tliere will be found that whenever (here in dim vision made clear, styes removed and granulated iids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sut3ier!;;nd"s Eagle Eye sahe. In put uy in tubes, and sold type.-- of cat 1 la t hat There are certain on a guarantee at Meltobeits Drug never eed pioiita-ilunder any condi- Store. tion?, and it is quite as impoitaant to Nowadays the advice '"breed only to discriminate these in the feed lot as to be nblo to recognize the excel good stallions' is easier to give than to follow. Good stallions of various lenr-in other types. types are not found in every toweship They tell of a wheal ranch in Kern or even in every county, in fact, they county. California, that covered r0.000 are scarce. Last week acrei, but it is now divided into manv heard two farmer.; inquiringthe writer tictfi. There is one on the Kan Joaquin coach stallion, and one of for a good them river containing over 25,o:ks acres, on about to ship a mare 75 miles towas be .which Sx) teams work from J uly to Jan brsd because he could not find what he nary, before all is broken and tewn wanted closer home. This state of af .ue luiu-ca- i lor inirieen years fairs will prevail again next spring maue voyage on a mail steamer d and many mares will be bred to inferi Mvern Sydney and Han Francisco. The or stadions. simply because of the nnfaial liar, died, and was buried at sea. trouble und expense of getting a real having ahmut completed l,OJ3,00a good one. There is room for many niilesof travel. more good, usciiu animals in this The.-:e:rdnngeroiuj time.; for the country right now. Thev should be h'itltis. Croup, voids and throat in tbo places occupied by the grades, trembles lead rapidly to Coit.vumption the mongrels, the unsound and the un A buttle of One Minute Cough Cure dersized. Ex. :i35dnt the right time, will preserve lould.know that FOLEY'S life, health and a largi nnvnuit of ION'EY TAP. is absolutelv mousy. Pleasant to take: children the be.t remedy for ail diseases of the li!re it. StonsiLT, Drug Store lin Throat. Chest or Lungs. Dealers are FLATWOOD. The gentleu bull that ever lived .uiinunzeu to insarantee it to irive sat im sh;uid not be trusted, lie may live isfaction in all cases. M. A. Archer and wife have moved J Hire is a prevailing idea that rumto an old age and do no harm: but he cannot be trusted with safety. It's inant animals lose their cuds, and that into Sampson Archer's tenant house. Sam Fields lias moved into Henry born in him to b inclined toward ug- when they do they are out of condi liness and treachery. Put big knob tion and cannot regain health until Merritt's house for rent per year. on his horns not the onlMnry small they get a new one. Some stockmen Webster Faulkner and family have ones, but such as are two inches in di- are so grounded m this belief that moved on Mrs, Martha Sceooler's ameter. Put a ring in his and they proceed to make a new cud for farm. never take him from his .stanchion them and induce the to swallow it in J. C. Fox" and Milton Grayson have without fastening to this ting a staff. the vain hope or remedying an evil returned from a trading expedition in Wills tbU be cannot getaway nor which is away beyond that of cud ma- the mountains. king. The idea that a sheep can lose charge upon his keeper. Ilev. J. G. Allen, of Berea, will its cud and become diseased on acThe idea th.it a horses digestion and count of it, is on a par will hollow preach at Good Hope church the 3rd general condition are improved by clii horn and wolf in the tail. The cud is Saturday and Sunday following. ping his coat is an absurdity. A 'horse Mr. Fado Parks and Miss Maggie looked upon by many as an organ, such cmnot digest his food if he is constant- as a loss of it ino'iim Ross were married at the home of the the toiurue. and ly shivering, and blankets cannot take a good deal. We believe that manv bride, on Wednesday the 2Sth tilt. the place of hair for warmth. The thin II. C. Porter sold all his stock, farm this. Should anv such read lids greatest exponents of clipping are t ley will learn for the lirst time what ing and household utc.isils, to the grooms who are too lazy thoroughly to highest bidder, Tuesday Jan loth, and groom a horse which iias a long coat or the cud of a sheep really is. Liquids, when partaken of by sheep, immedi- - will start for Texas, Friday 13th. hair. It is utterly useless to try and impass into the fourth stomach,but Mrs. W. II. Furr and daughter. prove on nature in that respect, and uely coarse matter, such as grass, ha v. fod Clemma, have returned from Indiana, ""i i"".-- nuuum in: uisconiinueo as a der and the like, posses lirst into the where they have been visiting their barbnroui practice Popular Science. lirst stomach, where it is slowly mace- many friends and relatives F:fln rated, and from thence it passes into irks and wife spent Sunday at E. D. the second jtomach, where it is sepa- Coop's. . . .Mr. McFurr has returned to rated by.natmal compression into sol- Williamsburg, where he has been atid and portions, the liquid go- tending school, also Miss Susie Parks ing into the third aud fourth stom- returned Monday, 2nd Fado Parks achs, and the solids being returned in md wife spent Saturday and Saturday pellets into the guii ts for remastica-tion- . This peliet is what is known as night at D. G. Boss'. t is cud. and is what the s'n ep cliews k ie ume. Aii'r the chewing There nearly 2, UK) stitches in a pair . is thc:i passed directlv into the 3rd omach. When a sheep does not of hand sewed boots. chew itjeud it is Kick, and thisisnrob-...i- i . what gave rise to the idea thai a saeep can lose its cud. The failure to ch .v til - cud may be dip? to impaction oi the stomach, or indigestion, or any 01 the diseases that will disturb the sheep to such an extent that it of no rood, hence has no cud to c lew. Ex. uwmy HUers are tmeiiunlled for over- iwnilng con.it isitio:i and liver tiuubies. Saisll piil. best p'.ll, safe pill. .Slormes Drug Store. ; o grjatit give 21.50 per lmrrel for 1.000 barrels of corn delivered in Siarcli or April. LSI'!. I.vo. W. Milmji!. Mgr. Pilgrimage Oist!l!erv Co. TJi3smnlio5t thiiigs laiy exert the inilue.-jce- . D.i Witt's Little .tp 3r."Ie Strong-- trou An aged wife and live grown children survive him. Sam Conn has moved his family to Berea in order that his live boys may attend school there. Owing to the terrible condition of our roads there was but a small congregation attended church here Sunday. John Cobb, who was making his home with Thos. Iligginbotham, died of Sunday night. He leaves no family. J. B. Wallace opened a select school at'the Wallaceton District school-hous- e on Monday, the 8th inst., with about ."50 pupiis. Prospects seem good for the best winter school we ever had here. Dr. Perkins, of Kirksville neighbor hood, has rented rooms from E. B Wallace, and moved his famitv to our town. We gladly welcome him among us for, al this we rarely ever get sick, yet heretofore we have been obliged to wait until the doctor could ride from Berea' or Paint Lick when needed, C. C. McWhorter, who recently sold his farm to Win. Asher, and bought out the iirm of Ambrose Bros., lias taken possession and now "smiles" (grins) across the counter as pleasant-a- s if lie had been practicing for years. It is evident he likes his store better already than he ever did the farm. Mr. David Jvinnard, who has been quite low for several weeks, died on the (ith hist. Uncle Dave was in the ouiiyeai oi nis age. lie was a very intimate friend of the venerable C. M. Clay and at one time, in partnership, with Mr. Clay, owned nearly all of the present site of Berea, as well as the "Glades'' on the worth. 1 Ic was a very intelligent man, (altho' uneducated J had an excellent memory and could relate many thrilling experiences of the "stormy days" of the history of this immediate section of 50 years ago, in a way that would amuse, interest and instruct his hearers in about an equal degree. heart-diseas- and when she did she always had all of her old gowns made ever, she needed them or not, and col.whether boot in lected her husband's half-wor- n readiness for a rainy day. It was too bad that she should have this particular spell just at Christmas time, her husband thought, and when he had made that lucky investment and wanted to give her and the babies the Christmas of their lives. He mentioned this desire, only to be met with a pathetic reminder that if he did such things they must spend their declining years in the poor-housShe often poke of this possibility when sh had the fit, and sometimes she aried it by picturing them both dead and the babies in the poorhouse. That always brought her husband to terms. "But we must have some Christmas," he iid. "I'm better off than ever this year, and my prospects " "Well, I'll tell you what, Jeff, dear; if you must give me a present, let it be a diamond," his wife replied, magnanimously. "I could sell that, you know, if we ever got cry poor. Diamonds are always good. And do let mo select the setting, too; I am very particular about settings, and and if the sotting was good it would sell for more if the bank failed and the bonds ceased to pay interest and the house burned down." "Very true. Then I shall buy the babies l " been given thera in time. loy's Honey and Tar PNEUMONIA. J. C. Bishop, of Ac- Mich., sajs: "Iharo used Foley's Honey and Tar in three very severe coses of Pneamo- nia tho past month, with good results." Dr. new, ;Vtt fiV r . : i - Carve: j .vtr.r. MmnldL-c- .! CaBi A "IVliitc mark. Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam. A physician can prescribe Dr. Otto'a Spruce Foley's Kidnay Care is a perfectly rellaVe Gum Balsam. The Formula Is ou the package. for all Kidney and Bladder Cures your Cough la a day. Very pleasant to iotor.s of this Orca" diseases. The propr take. Children cry for it. Large size bottles. money Price 25c and 50c. Medicine guarantee it or deserve u white For a Beautiful Complexion Use Dr. unded Do Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. For sale by Iv, E. Mcltoberts. mark? tliey the NEW LIVERY. "Wa- lrn I have purchased the to furnish the IVEW YEAR IlESOtCTIONS. lker stable and am prepared Very Best Rigs JMNftferTO YOU, J FRIEND, and I above him. Wherever 'neath their azure he may be We were lads the time I speak of And now we hear the creak 0' The frost that chills the branches of life's tree. I love him God bless the skies on the shortest notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. RICE BENGE a "No, indeed, you won't. I have gone over rll their last year's toys they've forgotten lot" no-:?- -- i Jh tail cl par-l-k- CUBAN OIL cim Cuts, Uurns, Cruises, Khou "intism and Sores. Price, 25 cenf Ped&t&VCi 5 t.3K3ti A Purely Vegetable Blood Rstissdy is the Only Cure. Call an! S33 tMs CjlsbrxI Waoa at- - It fully Warranted and Excels all others. All KindsEarm Machinery Always on Han flammatory Klienmatism.which, though mild at first, became gradually so intense Unit I was for weeks unable to walk. I tried several prominent physicians and took their treatment faithfully , but waa unable to get the slightest relief. In fact, my condition seemed to grow worse, the pains spread over my entire body, and from November to March I suffered agony. I tried many patent medicines, but none relieved me. Upon the advice of a friend I decided to less for some time, which surely m ans try S. S. S. Before allowing me to take it, however, mv cuardian. who was a all possible advantage should be Books mailed free by Swift that chemist, analyzed the remedy, and procen by the farmer of possibilities for nounced it.free .of .potash jor mercury.. Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. thiir increase deep-roote- ments and lotions for this painful md disabling disease. The fact is, ilhouniatisni is a disordered state f the blood it can be reached, boreiore, only through the blood. Jul all blood remedies can not cure siheumatism, for it is au obstinate Jiseasc, one" which requires a real laod remedy something moro than a mere tonic. Swift's Specific is the only real blood remedy, and it promptly goes to the very bottom ot even the mo3t cstiuate case. A few years ago I was taken with in- I have never since had n touch o Rheumatism, though many t i ni 3 exposed to damp and cold weather Elkanok M. Tippem., If the people generally knnw the rue causa of Rheumatism, there 3711 Povvelton Avenue, Philadelphia Those who have had exporienc! would bo uo such thing as lini I UNION STOCK YARDS, them by now and mended them up, and I "We wandered In the mountains. have dressed two small dolls which will do And we played beneath the fountains quite nicely. Now, don't look that way, That tumbled down the overhanging steep. CINCINNATI, O. JeiF, dear! The poor little McCarthys And we swam amid the drlftlngs OUR COMMISSION CHARGES ARM around the corner will have nothing at all. Of the autumn's somber sittings. If we died in the poorhouse the babies " From the trees of woodland pastures, neck S3.00 PJSR CAU FOR HOGS, $10. deep. les, yes, her husband broke in, hasti Iv. "All right, then." FER CAR FOR CATTLE. Then the winter came, and flurries He had another lucky stroke in the in Of tho snow in flights and scurries Reference: Western man BaGernk, tcrval before Christmas, and on Christmas Laid the ermine covers deep upon the earth; eve he could stand it no longer. He went And the woods and halls were ringing Cincinnati, O With our happy shouts and singing. out and bought recklessly, determined to Van Chump, Sr. My son, I was greatly give his children a Christmas which would The echoes of the season's joy and mirth. shocked on passing your room this morndemolish their infantile standards But those years succeeding morrows ou Are Going North, ing to hear you using profane language, and It was 11 o'clock when he let himself soft Brought care, and age, and sorrows. only the day after you promised me to lv in and slipped a huge package into the And the struggles life allots to earnest swear off. men; dark and quiet parlor. Then he went into You Are Going South, They are mountains that divide us Van Chump, Jr. That must have been the sitting-room- . His wife was there, with And the fountains oft deride us what I was doing when you heard me. St. the children s toys spread out. There was You Are Going ws t. anxiety in her eyes, but she strove to be Whenagain.seek to bring dear boyhocd back Louis calm. Not a nifllcult One. "They do look sort of poor, don't they? But the years have come unceasing. You Are Going West; Sorry Sawyer Say, Lerty, have yer made Bringing joy, and care. Increasing, I meant it for the best, and the little Mc And there's compensation, sweet, within r.ny New Year's resolutions? Carthys PURCHASC TICKETS VIA TNC It all. Lethargic Laertes I've made one, an' 1 M yes, her husband replied. "Sav For love from loved ones found us don't t'ink I'll have any trouble sticWn' Ethel, I'm hungry. 1 think I'll go down And that fond delight surrounds us. tit. and investigate the pantry. Hullo! that As a vine-clasafe and flower-coverSorry Sawyer Wot is it? Uaddles crying, isn't if!" wall. Lethargic Laertes I've resolved not to It was, and if her parents had ever found So here's to you, my brother; sl'orel any snow this year. Up to Date. any weakness in her lungs it was dispelled Though far from one another, now. Let us drain the cup of good will from the Utter Obscurity. When Mrs. Jenks came downstairs, 15 brim "He doesn't seem to amount to much in minutes later, her husband was huntm; And thank dear God above us Louisviiie Nashvill: R. r. the community?" rather nervously, in the potato bin. "I I That around are those who love us "No. He's so unimportant that nobody was looking for a piece of cold chicken," he While we sing, again, a cheering Christmas even seeds him a calendar." Washii.gton AND SO SSCURB hymn. said, but Star. WILLIAM LIGHTFOOT VISSCHER. "I think you will be more likely to find The Maximum in the pantry," his wife replied. "Jeff, it Good Intention. Safety, I believe 1 felt a draught as I came past "'SjAArJUBIAM TEA cures Djspep-- t Tou may make and then break Good resolves. If you will; the sitting-roodoor. Hid you open the v c;a Constipation and IndiThe Maximum Speed, But folks who won't make them window.' 2o! lhen it must be burglars gestion. Ecylatcs the Liver. Price, 25 cts. Are more foolish still. tjuick, hide in the coal cellar: Mayb Chicago Dally News. The Maximum "And the babies?" Comfort, Mrs. Jenks was upstairs almost before Just Married. her husband, though somehow he got into The Minimum "Are you making any New Years resolu Rates. the sitting-roofirst. tions, Rcnedix? "I'll stay out here and protect the babies! "Don't have to; my wife says I'm simply Remember that my acshe groaned. Rates, Time and all other information will The window was up and everything save counts are Due, and it is perfect. Chicago Record. be cheerfully furnished by the toys was untouched they had van absolutely. ifihed. C. P. ATM ORE, o. p. A.. Mrs. Jenks began to cry. "Oli-h- . mv Door Or by LocisviIiE. KY. lauies! she cried. "No Christmas at all K. C. Branch. nany more than the little McCarthys! W why oScth-b'nXixed. passt 3 Lancaster, HS." a. h uiun 1 1 let you get something for them? tfortu-b'nd Mixed. 3:10 r. u Can Prescribe That I have the money. North-b'n- d "Goodness me, I forgot!" cried her hus ' I'ass'gr " " band. "The fact is. that I did Bet a few Sonthb'cd " This notice is for Even-bod- y things for them and he brought who owes me. them out. 1493-THE 'Oh, Jeff, all these! If we end in the poorhouse "The babies will at least have something to brag about to tne other poor children. ell, I m glad, anyhow," said Mr3, L Jenks, "and maybe we will recover the oth ers, too. "Perhaps so," said her husband, quietly, Formula on each package. NOTARY PUBLIC, After the toys were all laid out he put on CAPITAL SURPLUS. Lis best hat. "Guess I'll step over to the i 10,000.00 CURES YOUR COUGH 000.00. pol:ce ntation and tell them to keep an eye BRYANTS VI U,E, KENTUCKY c n the house," he Aid. LANCASTER, KT. IN DAY & When he got outside he executed 3 war Laud. Surveyor ani for dance on the pavement. Then he slipped around to the rear and got a basket which Price, 25 50c. was hidden under the back steps. In the AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO A. R. Dbjjxy. President. morning Mrs. McCarthy found a basket ex iike it filled with toys at her door, The Mavaaa Limited. Jso.E. Stobmes. Vice President. 11. Mcltoberts, MjO announced that the anzels had sent Wm. H. Kinmaird. Cashier. The first A only Mr. Jenks could have proved that nounce tram aerie in Railwaypk,m,-.-- ,1 f jr tht- nicy mm nothing to do with it and he benefit of truyui to thu 8. C. Desjit, J. F. Roeisson. Js, Queen A Cresc nt Koute. est Indies l,aEI.ZSA ARMSTRONG, aidn t dare! been beard from. The Queen & accPAUSES 1ANVII.LS. Assistant Cash'r. Route are announcing a fast, train NORTH BOUND. &. T. Embky Ass't known as the ''Florida & Havana JAm- - umber 10 (Dally exc pt Sunday).... 6:09 a. m liea. it will go into Scrv from Cin Numbers (Daily exeei t snndavi.... 1:13 n.m Nnmber4 (Daily) FIbk 3:48 a.ni cinnati to lam ra. Jacsnnvin i;,....; iNumDera taon c stopj DIRECTORS 4:17 p Mobile and Aew Orleans. Tins, expo(SOUTH HOUND. Sam'l.D Cochran, Jaa Spllman. nent of the trenuinu AmiHn 1 getfnc into the field early will lie a Number 5 (don't stop) Su nui:y) IV.ll a.m Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson. 11 :lu a. m Number con piete vestibuled service, with din- Number 9 ((Dally except Sunday ) Dally except 7 p. m W. R. Cook. L. Davidson, ers, ooservation cars, wide vestibules Numbers (Miduislit Hap) 11:42 p. m Jno.E.3tonaes. electric headlights all tlio paraphernalia r,f the modern ! I'felt so much better after taking uv It is chiefly to be markedrailroad tr.tin ns the first I UUIIUmiL'U I lie I'Hint'tl I uuiiica. unit in the fi In for tlw new territory wh'uli and in two months I wns cured con is ci minir under the protection of pietely the cure was permanent, f. luk ureairsc nap on earth. 'IVnln Hi W W. C. Slimer. John Hoshal SL111ER & HOSHAL LIVE STOCK SALESMEN --- If if East, if i3mi Please of of of of ETwessary A Physicia- Dr. Otto's I2.x Miss Sallie Tillett X. DUNN, Apt Spruce Gum Balsam. jt jt BAM A & tlitftS ton ii ent By ;i. jut 1 A Daily mike f.ist times to Ports will connect with fine steamer set vice to varu us Ports in Cuba. Pnrtn u; ru Jamaica, it marks anew era in aailroading- in this country. Paper Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis- iting Knights are fraternally invited. G. B. Swinsbroad C. 2 J. E. Robinsox, K. R. & S. S. BEAZLEY, Teeth extracted without pal w th Vitalized Air Offios In a thjje3 Thompson Building. At the rate of with Rheumatism know that i 60 YEARS' more severe each year EXPERIENCE and like all other blood diseases" the doctors are totally unable ti cure it. Iu fact, the ouly romedie? which they prescribe aro potas! I RADE MARKS DE8IGN8 aud mercury, am Copyrights tc. though temporarj Amyone sending a sketch and description may qntckly ascertain our opinion free whether an relief may result lnrentlon is probably patentable. Coranmnlm. tlons strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents these remedies prosentrf ree. Oldest agency for securlnrpatents. Patents taken through Munn & duce a etiffnoss of iptctal notice, without charge, in the Co. recclvo ioints aud onlv in- Scientific American. teusiry tne disease. clr 3. S. S. never disappoiuts, for it A handsomely illustrated weekly. I.ariest S3 a Terms. ouiauon ui uuj scieni year fonr months, tl by all newsdealers. is made to cure these d diseases which are beyond tht MUNNCo.3Bi.NewYork Branca OSc. OB V Bt, Washlnfton, D. C reach of 'all other remedies. I: cures permanently Rheumatism. Catarrh, Cancer.Scrofula.Eczema. The pries of eggs hes been higher and all other blood diseases. It than usally known at this time of the is the. only blood, remeSy guar- year, and all the indications are as it anteed seems to us, that it will not be much becomes pi rJMm 16ic A MONTH. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST DAILY PAPER IN THE WORLD EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK IDE3STTIST ' f J. HOOD, SURGEON-DENTIS- EXCEPT SUNDAY, $1.00 . $1.50 . $2.00 . LANCASTER. KY Office over J. C. Thompstn's jewelry store ovJMe treat. ! At the rate of . . for 3 Months. . . for 6 Months. . . for 1 Year. ASSIGNEE'S OF SALE at For sample copies, leave ;your aatrse or write the us . t wii.t. .oil n..t.ii.i- - uu .1.- - premises, -- v.. me Hi,uiiij Manse, Kentucky, on Valuable Property. the following property: Saturday, January 14, 1899, Lot Sh Purely Vegetable Evening Post, Louisville, Ky. ras0 flnA Rtfra TIah.. ; ..v..Uuai uiua Ti - Dwemn rurarts une avresof sale. 4 i.Kji3 made known on day January 6ViS092t. G. A. BALLARD, Assignee. Iwt. , r