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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 20, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899012001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 20, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $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. -. sphue NINTH YEA.R. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LAN DRAM, Cor. Public Square and Dauvil.e Avenue. Entered at the Pott Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Class Matter. NUMBER38 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY Don't forget Polk Miller bandy-shanke- 20, 1399. -- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION; $1.00 per year in Adnarce. FARMERS CALL AND LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Polk Miller the 26th. 5 Those people always finding fault with the young men now have an oj Some boys haven't an idea above a portunity to give" the young fellows d girl. something to do beside loaf. Now cigarette or little, Pull for the Y. M. C. A. building and show your colors, or shut up. give 'em something better to think 2Gth. JANUARY CUT PRICE SALE An opportunity to buy some lines of goods at VERY LOW PRICES before we take account of stock. vA' Talk for the Y. M. C. A. Miserable weather this week. Masonic lodge Monday night. about. Car load Furniture just received. Come and get prices before buyinfc Ready Again. R. A. Stone elsewhere. I am again able to be at my Kandy Kitchen and will make fresh candy toHighest price for Furs, day. Fresh oysters on hand and ready and all kinds of produce Cash to serve by Saturday. or mechandise. R. A. StonW Blacksmith Shop fur Bent, Will rent my shop and tools for Possession given immediately. tf Good Prices. A new scale of prices has been ar- rang d by a JNorth Carolina editor: SEE the Gkeenleaf. THE at the at Fresh ROSS at next Hear The night. FEED Friday Try Potts at the Flour Nutricious.and CRUSHER. Proctor Knott it, Potts, the For Rent. I D Unnnlrlnn Preaching at the Baptist church di m naoosuoii Gill. The grip still rages in this city. Smoke See Proctor-Knott A cigar. cooking range Joseph's. oysters daily G. S. Gainesf Polk Miller Thursday Work evening. A K. P. lodge this, cigar brings joy to ev- smoker. ery Sunday now. first-clas- Col. W. G. Welch. W. I. Williams, s cigar stands have the All Proctor Knott cigar. Stanford. Lancaster. Ladies can find any novelty in the dress goods line at Joseph's ... WELCH & WILLIAMS There is much sickness in this munity, mostly from la grippe. com- Coal for sale, good coal or no payA. Attornens'at Law, Lancaster Ky. It. A. StoneVV R. A. Stone has a nice line of Iron Beds, Springs, &c.,at bottom prices?". Everybody indebted to G. S. Gaines will please call and get their New r Years gift. , ill business attended to promptly Eor Rent v A house on Richmond street. W. J. Romans. Fred Young, a colored cake walker Garrard's Entry. of considerable reputation, died at his Mr. R. L. Elkin is attending the jan-6-G. S. Sunday, of consumphome in this city Kentucky Poultry Associ ition in Loution. Fred was an honest, industri- isville We are receiving nice line of Ladies this week. Mr. Elkin raises ous boy. "Muslin underware, which we will sell the Black Minorca breed, which is very low prices. said to be very fine. He captured sevIflore Light. Logan Dry Goods Co. The City Council has ordered six eral prizes at the Louisville show last more electric lamps placed on various year, and ve hope and believe he will or streets, wnen tnese are put m our be even more successful this time. He Whole WTheat Digestable. town will have the best lighted streets took ten of his best birds to exhibit. Graham, Buck- in Central Kentucky. II. C. Nothing like Getting Figures. eye, Ky. miserable. Members of the City Council are reThe road between here and Stan- ceiving some figures on paving the Toll house and two acres of ground ford is a disgrace to civilization. For Public Square with vitrified brick. Of on Lexington pike. Possession given miles' it is a 'continual hole of mud course no steps will be taken if the M. IL immediately. from a foot to eighteen inches in depth. work will cost too much, but an inves There is no excuse for such a condi- tigation should be made. The square tion of affairs. is completely worn out, and the mud Lots or Work. holes are a digrace to a civilized comThe Masonic lodge has received a New Livery Firm. munity. Our citizens may rest assur batch of petitions and will have work W. A. Arnold and J. I. Hamilton at every meeting for many months to have taken charge of the livery stable ed, however, that the Council will do what's best with the matter. come. in northeast corner of rublic Square, and are thoroughly equipped for fur Pretty Girls' Trouble. Bran and Ship tuff. nishing first-claturnouts on the Two pretty girl visitors to our town I have on hands a tine lot of bran shortest notice, satisfaction guaran were overheard talking secrets. No and shipstufi. Will deliver at $10 and teed. remarKea, "xnese Lancaster ooys are $12 per ton. Buy now while it is cheap mighty nice fellows, but, Cesars ghost, JonN H. Potts, Much. Amusement. The skating rink is being well pat how they do try to kiss you. Next Error In Name. ronized by the young society folks. time I come here, I'm going to wear Through some mistake, the name of Messrs. Henry "& Smith have to open a base ball mask." "You are right," Mary Cunningham was given as windoors every night in the week now replied No 2. "The other night Lether ner of the medal in the Colored School the accommodate the crowds. Go up Owsley was here, and I thought I to contest, when the winner was Lizzie and spend a pleasant hour in innocent would have to fasten my wire bustle Yantis. ovej my face to ward off his oscillatory amusement. -jan-G-t- f. 1899. J. S. Edminston. Cake Walker Dead. "We will publish a ten verse poein for a load or wood: a three column story for a load of groceries, and we will cheerfully give space to obituaries of former ggbscribers at the rate of six laying hens per column." vA' vAy Next month will be our time for invoicing. We are anxious to have our stock as low as possible before doing this. If you are in need of any class of Merchandise, visit our store and we will point out to you a line ot Bargains that surely will interest you. We have just received an elegant line of HAMBURGS, LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, and CARPETS for Spring Trade. ( BEAZLEY&BAtJGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, A.RTERIAL and CAVITY EM- Lancaster people ought not to kick if the electric lights are occasionally BALMING a SPECIALTY. Rank Stock Tor Sale. not burning. In other towns it freFifteen shares of capital stock in the quently becomes necessary to shut of Lancaster, will National Furniture, Carpets, &c. The public are cordially invited to sold beforeBank, court house door, be down, but here it is the rarest occurin rence. Our plant is tip-toand has the attend the Social Club's meeting to-- , Lancaster, Monday, January 23, 1899, fewer than any in the Lancaster, Ky. morrow night at Odd Fellows Hall. state. at 11:30 o'clock a. m. For Rent, The store room, in the Thompson block on Richmone street. J. C. Thompson. jan-G-- tf p shut-dow- Young men, lay aside your cigarette Cure For La Grippe. and go to the meeting in Odd Fellows Foley's Honey and Tar heals the Hall tonight. lungs and cures the racking Cough us G. S. Gaines will buy all the corn he ual to la grippe and prevent pneucan get at $1.25 a barrel, payable in monia. It is guaranteed, 25c and 50c. any goods he handles. For Sale or Kent. Notice. My eight room Dwelling House on Parties owing me will please call Campbell street, Lancaster, Ky. Posand settle. W. S. Beazley, 1899. session given 1st day D. D. S. Address, I. C. Rucker, Paint Lick,Ky. tf Cood Capture. demonstrations." Rice Benge, while attending county court in Danville Monday recognized a horse as one recently stolen from Horatio Doty, of this county. He captured both horse and rider and brought them to Lancaster. John Wallace was riding the horse. He was lodged with jailer Ross. TUey Arc O. K. Nothing New. There is nothing to report in this issue as to the opera house and hotel. Mr. Ryan, one of the leaders of the scheme, can not be here before the flrs.t of next month, when all necessary papers will be signed. The promoters have taken an option on the Miller lot and the deal is practically closed. As not a wheel can be turned un til good weather sets in, the promo ters are taking matters easy. The re quired amount of money is secured, the lot virtually bought and only a few minor matters ar.e to be attended to. Isn't this splendid news? Royle County Ronds Sold. x thousand dollars' worth of Boyle county turnpike bonds, in de nomination of $1,000 each, were sold at auction in Danvjlle Saturday, to Sasongood & Mayer, of Cincinnati, at a total premium of $1,246. This is very close to 3 per cent, premium, and as the bonds are to run for only an average of eight years the sale was con sidered a splendid one. Rudolph, Kleybolte & Co., of Cincinnati, were the highest bidders by a total of $4, but as their agent had failed to pre pare himself for posting the $1,000 forfeiture demanded the other firm got the securities, although the highest bidders were perfectly able to procure the forfeiture in a short time. Forty-si- LOGAN" DB.V GOODS COMPANY. Good for Garrard. Judge Burnside, on Monday morn ing received from W. II. Harris, of Chicago, a draft on New York for This is in payment for the turn pike bonds recently purchased by Mr. As soon as collected, the Harris. money will be distributed throughout the" county to parties from whom the Ac various roads were purchased. companying the draft was a highly complimentary letter from Mr. Harris who said, among other nice thiiigs, that the papers sent him were the most complete and accurate set that had ever passed through his hands. This is very gratifying, in view of the trouble our neighboring counties are experiencing with their bonds. $34,-18- 7. Here' a Cliauce to Help. Kntertalnment. On Friday evening, Jan. 27, Miss Amanda Anderson will give the operetta "Snow White, and Seven House? A great Dwarfs" at number of young folks and children will take part, and the affair promises to be of unusual enjoyment. Only 25 cents admission will be charged, and a seat reserved by applying at MeRob- erts Drug store. Full particulars next issue t Lusk--Mille- SWEEPING OUT SALE. The Y. M. C. A., has engaged Polk ON.... - Miller, the noted Platform Entertainer to appear at the. Court House in this city Thursday evening, January 26. Part of the proceeds go to the association, and it is hoped the people will attend in large numbers. Men's, Boy's, Childrens - In order to clean upour fall and winter Stock to make room for our Spring Stock we offer Mens', Boys' and Childrens Suits at Unheardof Prices. SUITS. coats, i Takes Charge. Rev. Massie preached his first sermons in the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. He is a young man of fine address and a preacher of no ordinary ability. The Record extends" the right hand of fellowship to Rev. Massie and, on behalf of the community welcomeshim as a citizen of the town. r. In the presence of the immediate relatives of the contracting parties, and a few close friends, the hearts and hands of Mr. George Lusk and Miss George Burdett Miller were united Monday morning. The ceremony was said by Dr. J. L. McKee at the beautiful residence of the bride's father, Col. John W. Miller, on Danville avenue. Promptly at ten o'clock the ushers, Messrs. Herbert Kinnaird and Will Lusk, entered thespacious parlor and each drew a white ribbon from the the latter door to the beautifully arched with palms and evergreens. Then came the attendants, Miss Jane Lusk and Mr. John Paul Miller, who took positions on either side of the archway. The bride and groom came in together, to the strains of the wedding march, which was beautifully rendered- by Miss May Z. Hughes.. The couple took their sacred, vows under the decorated archway. At the conclusion of the beautiful ceremony they did not leave the parlor, but stood and received the congratuAt 10:30 lations of those present. o'clock they took carriage for Danville and went direct to Tyrone, where Mr. Lusk Is on duty as U. S. gauger. The bride is the youngest daughter of Col. and Mrs. John W. Miller. She is a young, woman of many sterling traits of character. She is handsome, intelligent, of sweet disposition and Mr. Lusk has won as a industrious helpmeet through life, one who will surely do her part toward making their voyage happy, smooth and successful. She wore an elegant blue broadcloth suit, trimmed in white satin and hat to match. The groom is a son of Hon. William Lusk, dee'd.-an- d a young man of fine business qualities. He has a fine common school education and received a diploma In at the famous Bryant & Stratton college in Louisville. The extends hearty Record to Mr. and Mrs. Lusk. book-keepiwell-wish- A Western Cyclone. south-easter- OverWe have agobd assortment in - . MENS BOVS and . "YOUTHS OVER- These must be closed out, and in order to clean " up on overcoats we offer a cash discount 'of 20 per cent, on each coat. Dant mls3 this opportunity. SOUT SIDE PUB. SQ. LANCASTER, KY The following is a Dakota paper's Public Administrator Resigns Fine Accommodations. n account of a cyclone:. "A Elijah Beazley has taken charge of L. F. Hubble has resigned the office wind hurled tumbled weeds and Myers House in Stan- Russian thist'es through the air at a of public administrator and guardian the ford and is running one of the best twenty-nin- e mile gait and the gait for Garrard county. When Mr. Hubhotels in Central Kentucky. Tne din- went too. Many stoves were drawn ble was appointed to this office, some ing room is looked after by his sister out of the chimneys, the strong wind eight years ago, the office was not Mrs. Pattie Beazley Hays, and is first-cla- blew in at the neck of a bottle, and very lucrative, but by his faithful at in every partciular. We heartily blew the bottom out. Nebraska wag- tention to business he has made it pay recommend the new management to on tracks passed over the town by the from $300, to $500 per year. Mr. nubthe traveling public thousands. The strain on the wire ble has made settlements of the estates fences was so great that staples were ih.his hands and his accounts balanced Skating Rink. to a cent. We understand Lewis L. The Skating rink is.proving a source drawn out of the north side of the Walker has been appointed to said posts. A kerosene barrel standing in of great ammusement to both old and office since Mr. Hubble resigned. young. The management have pre front of a grocery store was sucked Every county in the state ought to pared special features .for- Friday and out of the bung hole and turned ina capable and efficient public adSaturday evening. They have added side out like alady's slipper. The have dirt blew from a post hole in the hill ministrator and guardian with an to their stock of skates and now have office at the county seat, and make good skates for eyeryone. The very side and left the hole sticking out of the ground about two feet with the that his business, then so many estates best of order is preserved and good of infants would not be squandered by . crowds are, in attendance each night. dirt around it." incompetent persons attempting to act as guardian. Bear 1b iTIInd. Former Lancaster Man. Ellsworth (Kansas) papers tell of .a The Y". M. C. A. will meet in Odd Good Prospeet. 7 bigjjanquet given by the Odd Felloes Fellows Hall promptly at o'clock, Additional section men will Thursday, evening. It is very and says "The Rev. J. a. Tercy was this, important-thaall interested be pres- to work on this branch of the L. & N. introduced and spoke upon the motto ent; as the roll of membersship will be as soon as the weatheropens up. There of the order, and, as only Mr. Tercy a strong probability that the comcan, when he dilates upon the merits made up and several other matters of is pany will put day passenger trains of Odd Fellowship, and made special vast importance taken up and settled. plan has met with great encour- here in the spring, and it will be done reference to the accasion as a tribute The proper effort is made in that dito "one whom1 this lodge delights to agement and it is an assured fact that if the the building will be erected. All hav rection. The trains now running to honor." ing the matter atheart should be on Livingston could be easily made' to Backed Oat hand tonight and say what they think connect at Rowland with both trains The Stanford Journal says Briggs, about different matters connected on the Knoxville division. The trains Smith & Co., the Cincinnati brokers with the association. The meeting, over there now meet at Junction City, who bought the Lincoln county bonds and not the street corner, is the place and by having- No. 23 leave Louisville through J. H. Sowder, have for fri to do your talking. In next issue we thirty minutes earlier they could meet volous reasons declined to take them will publish a list of those enrolled to- at Rowland. Then have the day trains They want towait for certain decis- night. We want to say again, that now running "to Livingston get to ions and claim that as the fiscal court young men from out in the county are Rowland and leave at the same time J.refused to pay interest on the bonds especially invited to come in and share and you will have close and perfect given, turnpikes, that jt maydosowith the benefits- to bo derived from this connection with both Cincinnati and them. It did not refuse to pay such organization. .The library, the gym Louisville from all over Central Ken interest except where the. turnpike nasium, the bath rooms and reading tucky. This arrangement has many bondholders refused to return the rooms are conveniences seldom to be other advantages which we will not bonds, which hjadbeen issued under a found in a country town, and, after S3t forth here, but Jtthe matter is ex misconception of the law. The bonds the people fully understand it's work plained to the proper officials, it will undoubtedlybe done. ings, all will praise the Y. M. C. A. will be sold again'Feb. 15. well-know- n ss be-put t - The smallest things may exert the greatest influence. De Witt's Little Early Risers are unequalled for overcoming constipation and liver troubliSr Small pill, best pill, safe pUL Stormes Dru Store, CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY MCCREARY. BRYANTSVILLE. LOUIS Jf. Publisher. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. TICK all ( OrK ii SIX 51GNTH8 Vie. advance... . .25 THBE FRIDAY January SO, 1899 Danville, 20 calves from $7.50 to $17.50 BUENA VISTA. LiiUBiimjiiJiJltiWlMlir 77 m I,,, per head. 9 InrutrnnmiTmin John H. Wiles was in Boyle county - W. G. Jones and Mrs. J. E. Dicker- son were confined to their rooms last early this week on a business trip. week with la grippe. Our slice is here are nothing but When you cannot sleep for coughing mud, a good coat of stone would help take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It them right now. always gives prompt relief. It is most J. E. Scott wants to hire a good excellent for colds, too, as it aids ex Blacksmith, one that understands the pectoration, relieves the lungs and cirriage business. prevents any tendency toward pneu John Christopher, of near this monia. For sale by R. E. McRoberts place is talking of buying property in Druggists. im Burgin and mooving to same. Lige Hurt drew the bed room suit at W. P. Ruble is having a house built W. G. Jones Monday, he having guess- near by where his other house was ed in two of the number of beans in burned and is expecting to get it ready Off icefNational Bank. MT. HEBRON. the jar and John Ray, of Poor Ridge, to move in it this week. held one ticket and guessed in four of J. T. Dicks has purchased anew Rev. V. T. Willis, of Nicholasville, it. uggy. preached at Brown's Chapel last Sun- Madam Rumor says we are to have Mrs. Lucy Montgomery is ill at this J he court oi Appeals, in reversing another wedding in our midst soon. If a case sent up from Jefferson county, writing. CONSUMPTION CURED. any Dr. Otto's Spruce Gnm tne marriage should occur it will not case oi consumption 11 Balsam will cure con holds that court commissioners can The rainy weather has put our roads time, laicea be the first time the parties have em suraotion starts with a slight in conch or cold. only roccive the statutory fees for the in a very bad condition. This is where consumption pets barked on the sea of matrimony. Dont yon will use Dr. Otto's Spruce its start and if sale of property, and that a circuit Gum Balsam, W. D. Scott sold to Charley Duncan yon will cure the contrh. heal the loners and all speak at once. court has no power to fix special com a yearling heifer at $1S. throat and avoid the most dreaded of all di consumption. Delay in attending pensation for such purpose. It is be i Jir. b. A. Fackler, Editor of tl e seases,contrh may cost yon yonr life. Large to a slight Mr. and Mrs. LandramBurdett were size lieved that steps will be Micanopy Fla. Hustler, with his wife pomes, .race c ana sue. or saie oy in sev made very happy on the 14th instant. and children, suffered terribly from I a u.il instances to recover lees paid over the arrival of a 7i pound girl. R. E. McRoberts, commissioners in excess of the amount Grippe. One Minute Cough Cure was Mr. David Montgomery and Mi&s day morning at 11 o'clock, also had prescribed by statute. This is not a the only remedy that helped them. It fair decision, as the commissioner is Jennie Montgomery, were quietly mar acted quickly. Thousands of others S3rvicies at 7 o'clock in the evening. ried at the residence of the bride's compelled to do three times the work Died, at the home of his mother, on use this remedy as aspecific for La in some cases that he lias to do ordi fa thar, on the 4lh inst. Rev. G. W Grippe, and its exhausting aftereffects the morning of the 10th, inst. Mr. Michael Robinson. The deceased was ntirny. circumstances ougnt to con- Thompson officiating. lm Stormes Drug Store J. B. Bourne gave a couch to the trol the amount of fee, and no one Will Ray left for his home in Illinois in his 39th, year and an honorable and knows better its value than does the one guessing nearest the number of last Saturday Messrs. Dee Jones, upright citizen. grains of coffee and other seed in a circuit judges. Miss Cordie Hamilton is visiting Robt. Hendren and Dr. Durham, of bottle. The bottle was opened and Mrs. W Kirksville, called on friends and at- friends in Nicholasville Tun citizens of Lexington are hust contents counted the 1st inst., and G, tended church here Sunday John P. Ruble has been visiting her daughter W. Thompson was the lucky guesser, lers, in every sense of the word. They L. Ray, of Richmond, was with his in Harrodsburg since their property PREACHERSVILLE. sent a committee to Washington to Miss A. E. Scott returned Thursday parents here last week Clayton was burned, but are expecting to go try and have the Fourth Kentucky from a visit to friends in Bovle. Eugene We are having lots of rain and mud Wearen and John Nave, of Danville, to house keeping this week EDUCATION mustered out there, and a.strong pull Messrs. Johnnie Hicks and .Tas. Jack G. W. Evans sold some 35 mules this were visiting relatives here Saturday Ruble made a visit to Lexington last If abslntely necessary to the young will be made for it. This is only one son visited near Danville the latter Miss Ora Poor who has and Sunday Miss Hattie Jones has Saturday. week. man or young woman who would win of the many moves they are constant- part of last week. . . .Elihu Laws, who from Livingston Miss Bet-ti- e been visiting relatives in Covington sncceai in life. This being conceded Born, to the wife of Bird Mathena returned ly making to help their town. Such a has been home on a few days furlough, Henry, of your city, was the guest since Christmas returned home last t Is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands In the very front rank a fine girl baby. spirit is what it takes to build up a has returned to Alabama Mrs. John Green, of LitErasmus of Miss Sallie B. Ray, Saturday and Saturday THE BRYANT & STRATTOX BUSINESS COLLEGE J. II. Thompson bought of Jno. Mc Sunday town. If all pull together and work Allen visited his brother near Buena Miss Cordelia Ray lias re- tle Hickman Jessamine county is visLOUISVILLE, KY. Pol-leI). Scott is on Kenzie 2 mule colts for $35. for the best ends, much good is bound Vista, Sunday W. turned so her father's home, after re- iting her father William Lane in Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In his to be the result. All honor to Lexing- the sick list Dick Robinson sold a horse last Mon maining with her grand father, Judge lames Turner visited Bend this week. Graduates of this college preferred by business bouses. Writeline for a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupy Ing at McCreary Saturday and Sundaj. SHORTHAND, day, to a German, price unknown. ton's hustlers. Totten, for two jears James R. prominent positions all over the United States It will be mailed TELEGRAPH to you FKEE. Rev. W. B. Ragan Presiding Elder Pierce made a business trip to LouisDeath has again visited our commu The movement in favor of two heats Hon. J. Morgan Ciiixn, who lias nity and east a shadow over the home of the London district, is at home on ville, last week. in three instead of three in five to detwice represented Mercer county in of Mr. Gipson "Vanderpool. and taken the sick list. cide trotting and pacing contests is the General Assembly of Kentucky is from him his loving companion. Mrs, growing in favor and bearing in fruit. Jesse Cook passed this place last Discovered by a Woman. a candidate for and it is Jennie Aranderpool was taken ill about week with 140 southern cattle, which The Louisville Driving and Fair Assoalmost a dead sure thing that lie will two weeks ago: a small place came on be bought at Livingston. Another great discovery has been ciation has declared in favor of it, and OF made, and that too py a lady in this a revolution is expected along this bi chosen again. Mr. Chinn is one of her lip and she opened it, from which W. P. Grimes received a telegram country." Disease fastened its clutches the most promising 3oung men in blood poison set up. She suffered in line. Some good horsemen also favor Kentucky, and bids fair to reach the tensely, and died on the Kith inst., at from Kansas City, Mondaj, stating his ubon her and for seven years she with- going a step further and requiring mother was very ill with pneumona. l top rung in the ladder of public life. stood its severest tests, but her vital that a horse not winning a heat in two half past seven. She had been a mem J. F. and J. S. Pettus went to Rock organs were undermined and death consecutive heats should be sent to ber of the Baptist church several years REPAIRING - - - - PROMPTLY DONE KurKESENTATivE Cl.vkdv is pull- and told them she was not afraid to castle county last week and engaged seemed imminent. For three months the stable. It is claimed that inis ing to have the Fourth Kentucky die. She leaves a husband and four some 50 hogs to be delivered in March, she coughed incessantly, and could not rule would make every horse try to sleep. She finally discovered a way to win the first heat. It would effectumustered out and Col. Dave Colson is little children to mourn her loss, and at $2.75 per hundred. B. F. Robinson bought of G. A. Si- - recovery, by purchasing of us a bottle ally stop laying up of heats. kicking Equally as hard to have it re- we leei that while it is their loss to tained in service. The people are be- give up their loved one, it is her gain ler 32 hogs which averaged 122 pounds, of Dr.. King's New Discovery for ConA TIMELY HINT. ginning to tire of the fuss made by the The .funeral service was conducted by for $2.s;0 per hundred; also 20 of J. L. sumption, and was so much relieved on Yon should be wise and see that yonr blood taking first dose,, that she sledt all rich and pnre and yonr whole system put in is volunteers and a strong feeling is Rev. J. I. Wills, Sunday at 11 o'clock, Hutchins, which averaged 147 at 3c a by the Dr. --. lOc a copy SI. OO a year night; and with two dottles, has been perfectly healthy conditionPowder. nse of yon manifested to have the whole ship's after which the remains were nlaced Rev. W. C. Clay, who has been visit Carl8tedt's German Liver Then will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds crew mustered out and sent home. in the Cemetery at this place. We ing home folks at Carlisle, has return absolutly cured. Her name is. Mrs. and the prip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver extend our heartfelt sympathy to the ed home Miss Wadie Thompson, Luther Lutz.' Thus writes w. c. Ham-nic- k Powder is the best medicine money can bny. & Co., of Shelby, N. C. Trial botFor your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprue who has been sick for some time, has A DisrATcn says Roger D. Williams bereaved family. Among the special features are bum Baisam. Price 26c and 50o will be appointed colonel of the new Mr. Ehsha Beny, of this place, sas taken a relapse but we hope she will tle free at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store. a Bottla. A NEW SERIAL BY RUDYARD KIPLING Regular size 50c and $1.00. Every Second Kentucky. Roger is a he never had anything do him so much recover. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, military man and. barring a good and give such quick relief from To insure a happy new year, keep bottle guaranteed. THE LATTER LIFE OF LINCOLN. case of the is well equipped iiiuiiiiiiiLism as jnamoeriain s Pain the liver'clear and the body vigorous BY MISS IDA 31. TARBELL. for the ollice. Balm. He was bothered greatly with by using De Witt's Little Early Risshooting pains from hip to knee until ers, the famous little pills for constiPkesidext McKixley says special he used this liniment, which affords pation and liver troubles. OPERlegislation will be necessary to pay prompt relief. B. F. Baker, druggist Stormes Drug Store lm States for money spent in equipping bt. Pans, Ohio. For sale by R. E. Mc J. B. Hutchins, who has commenced volunteer regiments. Senator McLau-ri- n Roberts, Druggist. HISTORY OF THE lm teaching a subscription school at the will introduce a bill covering the Masonic Hall, promises to be a very Contributions by the highest authorities on new developments in casi. -successful school. He has already FLATWOOD. subscribed about 30 pupils, and more EXPLORATION SCIENCE, H. C. Porter left for miton, Texas ire coming. Coughing injures and inflames sore A COMPLETE REVIEW OF OUR RELATIONS WITH SPAIN lungs, O112 Minute Cough Cure loosens Sunday. J. C. King and family were visiting Embracing articles descriptive of the cold, allays coughing and heals Wick nutchings sold 3 cattle to J, Perry White's family, Sunday Miss Beginning with the Cause and Declaration of War, the quickly. The best cough cure for G. Bumside for $54. A Plunge in the Diving Torpedo Unsolved Problems of Astron-- 1 Katie Payne has been visiting rela author describes with enthusiasm and power every omy Boat children. Stormes Drug Store Miss Eddie Cum- event, such as the Making of the Army and Navy, the u. l. Lawson nought a cow from tives at Rowland Life in the Deepest Mines mins has been visiting the Misses Marvelous Battle of Manila Bay, the Blockadingof Cuba, Submarine Navigation Wm. Coldiron, for $25. What Peary is Doing in the Tfewland, the last week LEAF. Mr. Dave Bottling of Cervera'a Squadron and its doom, the heroic The Kite in Modern Warfare James Pointer has moved in Thom Thompson and Artie sister, Miss Fannie, lights at Guasimas, San Juan and El Caney the closing Telegraphin g without Wires E W Norris has been down with the as Austin's tenant house. The Telectroscope Pictures and Miss Jennie Pettus, will leave in on Santiago and its surrender, the Fall of Manila and The Marvals of the Sea W. H. Furr bought a hog from Hen Saturday, to enter school at GeorgeGrip. by Telegraph. THE PEACE COMMISSION'S WORK. town Mrs Bettie Pullins sold six shoats to ry Adison, colored, for $3. John Cress and wife have event is prec Robert Hendren for 612.00. Jake Clouse bought a horse with the gone toBrodhead, to see Mrs. Crres' ITS ARTISTIC MERITS. Every sented In over 75 full page beautiful together with a mother, who' has pneumona. J. W. Mullen bought 30 acres of land .fistula, from H. C. Porter for $15. They will come from such writers as: number of magnificent lithograph plates in ten colors, representing the batUej on land and sea. of W. H. Kinnaird at $25,00 ber acre. J. G. Burnside bought Wick Hutch Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., suf Sarah Gene Jewitt Robert Barr Rudyard K ipling fered agony for thirty years, and then THE AUTHOR 13 a man fitted by education, peculiarly advanMrs John Murray and Mr Hugh Mur ing' crop of corn for $1 per bbl. Octave Thanet William Alien White tageous situation and sympathetic feeling for the subject, to John A. Hill ray are both quite sick with the fever. J. S. Anderson has moved from Geo. cured his Piles by using De Witt's write the standard History of tire War. Cutcliffe Hyne Sarah Elliott Hamlin Garland The only way we people can get out Jiiam s tenant- - house in with his Witch Hazel Salve. It heals injuries THE TBEXE is absorbing and growing in interest. THE E. Nesbit Morgan Robertson Stephen Crane and skin diseases like magic. mother. DEMAND is great of here now is to take an air ship or, a Ellen Glasgow. Clinton Ross Shan F. Bullock lmv Stormes Drug Store Arch Pointer is numbered with the THE CHARACTER of the book is complete and officially steam boat. correct. We shall publish a number of very striking stories by new writers, The Interior Journal sajs hogs pay sick; also Samuel Brewer is on the and also a number of those she rt. crisp, dramatic episodes from real life sick list. HUBBLE. A LARGE ROYAL OCTAVO VOLUME OF even at present low prices. We agree which our re aders'h'ave come to know as a special feature of McClure's. d with him. Mrs B Engleman bought a There will be meeting at Good Hope Mrs. Lucy Spoonamore is quite ill at sow for $2,50: she sold six shoats for 27 church Saturda" and Sunday by Rev THE S. S. McCLTJRE COMPANY this writing. And contains over 73 BEAUTIFUL ONE PAGE HAIiF 09 and has the sow and another litter J. G. Allen. Mrs. Eubanks and family have mov TONE PICTURES of scenes and events relating to the war. 200 East 25th Street of pigs worth f 2(5,00 left. . J. G. Burnside traded a pair of work including scenes in Cuba, NEW YORK NEW YORK CITY T J Hatcher and E W Harris might mules to James Hutchings for a pair ed to their home near here. Santiago, Porto Rico and the v h Rev. Chas. Neil filled his regular ap Fhillipine Islands. In addihave known that they would lose their of young mules. money if they bet that Jugde Hughes illustrations, W. G. Gooch bought J. H. Miller's pointment at the McKendree church tion to it contains NCHEBOCS jvouldn't work. He says Mr Harris did crop of tobacco for 41c, also Mose Sunday and Sunday night. DOUBLE-PAG"not know how he once worked on the Lawson's for 1 to 4c, and Miss Katie Walter's returned to her LITHOGRAPHED PLATES IK Isiah Kelleys school Monday, after a visit to her pa TEX COLORS, representing in farms where Elder Jos Ballou and crop. LIFEfflSUMCE Georg Hopper live. If the Judge Mrs. Minnie D. Bland return a highly artistic manner the James nutchings sold 11 hogs, two rents ed home Saturday, after a pleasant, LAND and NATAL BATTLES. was accused of such a thing while he cows, one calf, fifty barrels of corn,one IWtke speedy and permauent cure of lived in Lincoln the records dontshow thousand visit in Stanford. .Miss Stella Mc-- 1 'This book is sold exclusively by subscription, SPRDI AFIELD bundles of blade fodder, but trtter. mlt rheum and eczema, Clary, of Stanford, is the guest of her to advertise it in each it. The people up this way say that community we will accept or-Eye and Skin Ointmeat is shocks of fodder, thirty-fiv- e accounts for the rainy weather, and for of them aunt, Mrs. Withers FIRE AT iD MARINE xuibs uizzie aers irom anamaaals for advanced copies at the fol dthet a equal. It relieves the itch-ia- g still having the corn on them, Johnson, uGpd's sake tell the Judge not to haul also of your city is the guest of lowing prices: .as jtaarting almost instantly aad INSURANCE COMPANY. rented his farm one year to Wm. her ite oeetMaed use effects a permanent any more fodder. They are at a loss to Coldiron, all sister, Mrs. E. T. Minor. ' for $200. cue- - It also cures itch, barber's itch, Delivered la any pactof II Navy-Blu- e know which it hurt the worst, the Cloth Binding, : United States asaa - I EQUITABLE LFFE INSURANCE GO aJI &ead sore nipples, itching: piles. Horrible agony is caused by Piles A White M ark. ccipt of price. Judge to do the work or Harris to lose Full Morocco Binding, coroxuc sore eyes aad OF NB.W YORK. Burns and' skin Diseases. These are Foley's Kidnoy Care Is a perfectly his dollar. ; rellalle immediately relieved and quickly cur. reparation for all Kidney and Bladder Send all orders remittances Robinson &. Hamilton diseases. The propr letors of this Great ed by De Witt's Witch Hazel mmm Tewfan for rUMKMM Co" KeuralfrUaod Toothache Beware of worthless imitations. Salve. Medicine guarantee It or" t h e money re- - We katttoafc. blood poriftc Office ora r Poet . la five minutes. Sour Stomach send the book and THE RECORD to any ad-naed Do they not deserve a white . nice, 98 cents. soMay Complainta. sad Price, 25 Ccati. Stormes Drug Store lm LATTCA3TKB, r. mark ? im ! dress one year for the PRICE OF THE.BOOK ALONE. ist, LaaeCJ&r M.vxv volunteer officers, having spent a few months in a camp, now imagine themselves thoroughly com petent to fill similar positions in the army and are filing applications by th; hundreds. Some of these men are, d jubtless, qualified, but to crowd intc th2 regulars a lot of gourd heads, sim ply became they have a political pull would 02 a decisive step toward de moralizing the army. liefore com missioning an oilicer, ha should le m ule to take a course at "West Point as the law requires. These politician " .oldiers'' have clearly demonstrated t'i2 fact that thejT are out of their sphere wearing shoulder straps, and to 'rubb?r "neck"' them into the army would 1)2 a move equally as unwise as it is unjust to the cadets who have qualified themselves for the positions. .Lner.? is not mucn to encourage a 3oiin man .to spend the best part of his life studying at West Point, when h2 will be shoved aside to make room for a political heeler who docs not know the multiplication table. j Born to the wife of Clayton West, a baby girl. Walker and Burton shipp2d a car load of S. B. Saunders was among friends here Sunday. Solon B. Henry was the guest of E. W. Lawless, Sunday. C. E. Broaddus and family visited Mrs. John Davis this week. Miss Maggie Saddler visited Misr Mamie Kelley the latter part of last week Messrs. Kemp Walker and Edward Simpson attended preaching it Freedom church Sunday. Must have been some" attraction to take the ooys from Buckeye W. K. Warner md wife have moved to this place from Stanford Crampton Collins and Thos. Hill have gone to Somerset on business. "I tace pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy to all who suffer from pains m the stomach," says Mr. Milt McKinley, editor of the Rawson (Ohio) Herald. "Until 1 used this remedy it was at times, impossible for me to be in my ollice, owing to attacks lasting from one to two days. By taking it as soon as the first symptoms of the at tack are felt, I no longer suffer this unpleasant sickness.'' For sale by R E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm y. gen Mike Robinson, a tleman, of this neighborhood, died on last Wednesday, and was buried at Buena Vista. Rev. Clark delivered an excellent discourse at the Methodist church Sunday Elder Allen tilled his regular appointment at the Grove Sunday. Taylor Burdettlias moved to Mis. Sallie Welch's farm, and Jean Norris to John Bryant's house in town Mr Jim King lias moved to his farm near here, and will erect a nice dwelling on it in the spring. We are glad to welcome him in his old home, he being a former resident of this place. These are dangerous times for the hsalth. Croup, colds and throat troubles lead rapidly to Consumption A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure nsed at the right time will preserve life, health and a large amount of money. Pleasant to. take: children like it. lm . Stormes Drug Store Clint Armstrong is inmrovinc'. Miss Lulie Burk, of Point cavell,was among her many friends here last Ben Evans, the noted school week teacher, visited in this vicinity last Mr. Dick McGrath entertainweek ed a few friends Friday night. Music was furnished by the Danville band. Mr. Claud Arnold entertained on last Monday evening a few of his friends. The evening was pleasantly spent Misses Carrie Naylor and Mary Smiley, otDahville, visited friends here Saturday and Sunday and attended preaching Sam and Joe Hasel- den visited their parents Sunday Misses Nannie and Mamie Arnold, visited friends in Lexington, Sunday Miss Arnold, of your city, is the guest of her cousin, this week James M. Hughes, wife and little daughter, vis ited relatives here Sunday Miss Jennie Higgins and Georgie Dunn, visited friends here. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the only medicine in use that meets all of these requirements. This remedy is famous for its cures of bad colds thro'-ou- t the 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 everywhere admired and praised. For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. lm well-know- n When yon liar a bad Cold You want the best medicine that can be obtained, and that is Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. You want a remedy.that will not on ly give quick rel"ef but effect a permanent cure. You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy. You want a remedy that will count tract any tendency toward pneumonia You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take. BUC KEYE. KWa 99H 9XE9t1 GGXGSM A Physician? 2 Can Prescribe I C I I V R. E. McR0BERT5, DEALER IN Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum? Balsam. Formula on each package, DRUGGIST, E DRUGS, FINE TOILET ARTICIES, Oils. J CURES YOUR COUGH 4 cattle at $4.60. Rev. A. J. Pike filled his appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Joseph Simpson bought of parties at W. B. Burton bought of Mai Carter, J IN A Price, 25 DAY? & 50c. ( School Soaks, Faiats and - C I LANCASTER, KENTUOKT5T. Be on the Safe Side and 3 Insure your Tobacco. KINNIARD m w ww w w ww www ww w w wwwwwwwww LillsLvd ck &Z01SLZ , DAN VI LLE, KV. g Pure Drags, Fine Stationery, I Toilet jQrziclas. k BUSINESS r; j BOOK-KEEPIN- c. n. McDonnell danville, Kentucky ALL UP-TO-DA- JEWELRY RIPS. iywoflDS, (Sut lass Etc. .... mcClure's Magazine -- FOR 1899 big-hea- Henry Wattorson's Spanish American War. CAPT. MAHAN. A TELEGRAPH ATORS LIFE REAL EXPERIENCES AND ADVENTURES MENTION, THE NAVAL SIDE OF THE WAR, BY half-tone- SPLENDID SHORT STORIES double-pag- e ' 650 Pages E .miiiH - half-ton- e mind i Diseases.' Cham-'berla- ( .- - CENTRAL REC0RDrLANCSTER $2.50 $3.25 will Agtin -- Drarr THE GLOBE LEAD We have a ALL. ess - Merchant Tailor Dep't., Connected with Our store. We invitean inspection of our immense stock of Suits tried on and Pit as they are being made. in Neckwear, Hosiery, MuflBLers, Gloves, etc. Perfect satisfaction Guaranteed, or your money will be cheerfully refunded. J. L. Frohman & U. CLEARANCE SAIiE! The GLOBE. More Local. DIDN'T GO THROUGH. Danville, Kentucky. 3t Judge Burnsida Refuses to Kccognlzc 1 he Elcctropoisa does not, however, La Grippe is again epidemic Every an Order Granting Magistrates inline its'cures along any particular precaution should be taken to avoid a Salary and Giving them 1 ne. It cures by rjmovinir the cause Control of the Roads. For the next 30 days we will sell any article in the house at a big it. Its specific cure is One Minute causing the system to absorb O.tygeD, Cough Cure. A. J. Sheperd, Publishurifying the blood, and building up eduction. In the Fiscal Court last week the Agricultural Journal antk adver the system already placed for Spring goods. So in or tiser, Elden Mo., says: "No one will magistrates presented the following Wo have a lar$re order Dear Sirs: The goitre has entirely order and wanted it passed. The judge isappoared from Mrs. Wilson's neck, der to make room for them, we must sell our winter stock, regardless of be disappointed in using one Minute refused to recognize it and ordered Cough Cure for La Grippe." Pleasant and she is the proadestand most jjrate- cost. Come in and we will give you some the clerk to not record it. We underto take, quick to act. ful woman in the world. The Eleciro-pois- e stand the magistrates say they will Stormes Drug Store lm has accomplished what the phy- Respectfully, 'Phone 85 proceed regardless of the judges ob icians and medicines could not. More jections, 'though no steps have yet Frohman, Likes It. than seven years ago she was told that Danville, Jan. 1, 1899, been taken. The judge says the whole he could never be cured. The Elec- thing is contrary to law and he does Dear Friend Louis: tropoisa contradicted the opinion of Miss Bruce Pumphrey is visiting at We must say your not proprose to have anything to do learned doctors, has removed the CENTRAL RECORD. Lowell anb Silver Creek. souvenir edition is a credit to any city, with any such order. Here is the orswelling, and she is entirely well. Mr. John D. Walker and wife, of and the people of Lancaster may well der in full: I have under my observation an ROADS. visiting rela other case of goitre that is being rap- January 20, 1899. Adams, Indianna, are Mr. Walker is be proud of such anenterprisingyoung Be it, and PUBLIC FRIDAY it is hereby ordered, that man. Your paper has done your city dly cured. It is my only doctor, and tivesln the county. use it in my family for all ailments. widely related in Garrard. He is a more good than anything the citizens the following shall be the management of the Public Roads in and for Gar pleasant gentleman and his visit to might donate. Mr.s. Sam Walker, county, for the year 18C9: Accept my heartiest congratulations rard our sanctum was highly enjoyed. Wife of Un'ted States Commissioner. The pikes of said county acquired on the success of your undertaking. Wytheviile, Va., July 9, 1S9G. Wishing you a happy, prosperous New therein and therefore shall be divided Capt. G. H. JIcKlnncjr. & into four equal districts, the same and Capt. George H. McKinney died at Year, 1 am your friend, 80OOOOOOOOOOCO0OOX3OOOG0G equal number of miles to compose each J. L. FuonMAN. Fourth Avenue, Louisville, Stanford Sunday night, after a con Mrs Katie Denton is visiting her tinued illness. He was in his 81st district. Kv. Little Coona in Trouble. Said district shall be placed under sister, Mrs. Victor Lear. year and had resided in Lincoln all his Harve Kennedy, a little boy, shot at the absolute control and supervision A few friends slo mcd Miss Julia life. Captain McKinney was a man and tried to kill another little negro of the magistrates or justices of the outspoken in his beliefs and stood named Mae Gaines Monday evening. John Stodgill Saturday morn nobly for whatever he believed to be ing. Harve was employed at the Hamg Peace in and for said county, each Miss Lena Bright is visiting her magistrate to have the district near Successor to Lackey A Gulley. Payette. right. He never shirked a duty and llton Hotel, and the other boy came est to him, and when in the radius sister, Mrs. Chas. Doty.'-ialways stood ready to aid and assist a down the alley to a back gate. They said magistrate can be called in the Mrs. Lizzie Hays was a visitor to her friend. A large concourse of friends First-Cla- s had a quarrel and Harve fired at the sister, Mrs. Walter Beazly, Sunday. ittended his funeral, which was held Stodgill boy with a 38.calibre Smith & shortest period of time, or as near to as practicable. Mrs. Chas. Richardson and bahy, of at the residence of his son, A. A. Mc Wesson revolver. The ball missed its Said magistrates shall make con LIVERY STABLE. Somerset, are guests of Mrs, James Kinney, in Stanford Tuesday. The mark and Marshal Walker came up tracts and employ labor for the re following account of his illness and and arrested Harve. He told the Collier. death is taken from the Stanford court he shot to kill and did not regret paration and mantenance of said roads HANDSOME TURNOUTS, in their several districts, and when Capt. T. A. Elkin has returned from Journal: A fine of twenty dollars bills thereunder are approved by said his action. a visit to his son, William Elkin, AtREASONABLE PRICES Capt. Geo. H. McKinney was born was assessed, together with a promise magistrate or magistrates herein, a lanta, Ga. in this county Jan. 31 1818. With the from the boy's father to administer a warrant shall be given on the County Mrs. Robert E. Hughes, of Louisville, exception of the time he served in the severe flogging. The boy did not seem Treasurer by the magistrate so ap SPECIAL ATTENTION TO nuptials civil war all his busy life was spent to attended the fear the law, evidently having been proving, and shall be paid by said Under auspices of Monday. here, where he made and maintained about the court house and seen how treasurer out of the funds allowed, TRAVELING MEN reputatian for sterling honesty and promptly the white shooters are'turned and set aside for the maintenance of Miss Mollie F. Smith has been quite ill for several days, but is some better uprightness. He was instrumental in loose for similar crimes. Public Roads in Garrard county. raising a company for the Mexican at this writing. Said magistrates shall meet from Recommended For La Grippe. war, but being elected about that time Mrs. Elizebeth Denny has returned to N. Jackson, Danville, 111., Writes time to time before any contract or the Legislature, he was prevailed on from a visit to her neice, Mrs. White, to stay at home by his brother-in-laoptician will be at the the My daughter had a severe attack of any employment of labor is entered in to or money paid for same, and shall Mason Hotel. Station. at White's James Paxton, who wished to go in La Grippe seven years ago and since determine out of road fund that por Monday, January 30, 1899 Misses Inona and Mollie Douglas, his stead. Previous to the civil war then whenever she takes cold a terrible tion which shall be expended on roads have been visiting relatives in Low- he was elected circuit clerk of this cough settles on her lungs, We tried Returning one day each month. Eyes each district: provided, however, great many remedies without giving county, but resigned to beeome quar ell and Paint Lick week. exami ned end glasses scientifically ad Foley's Honey and that the expenditure on and for same, relief. She tried used. Archilles Brown, of London, visited termaster in Col. Landram's regiment Tar which cured her. She has never shall not in any case exceed the relatives here this week, and attended the 19th Kentucky Infantry, after been troubled with a cough since. 25c amount so allotted and set aside, nor The is no sense a wards being promoted to division wedding. shall the whole amount exceed that the Lusk-MillORGANIZED 1883. quartermaster. After the war he was Some High Wheat Priees. portion allotted and set aside for the is an Evening of Story and Song on The masquerade skating rink last traveling passenger agent for the Van- Friday was largely attended and all dalia lines and continued to serve Wheat at $2 a bushel seems remark Public Roads in and for Garrard coun PIMNS NATIONAL BANK, able in view of the partial statement ts spent a pleasent evening. U OF LANCASTER. IT. those roads as long as he was able to made a year ago, that dollar wheat Said magistrates shall report their Mrs. Bettie Landram has returned get about well. He was then given would never again be realized in this acts, contracts entered into, labor em from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Jno. position in the revenue service and country. But even this high figure ployed and money expended, together $50,000 Capital, of late years has been a pension agent. does not represent some of the war with reports of condition of roads in Banghman, at Richmond. For sometime past he has been almost prices that have prevailed in the past. their several districts, to the Court of Miss Julia Mae Gaines entertained 10,000 Surplus Fuid helpless and since September last, his In August of 1812 wheat reached the Claims and the Judge and Attorney the Social Club Wednesday afternoon. son, A. A. Jdciunney, wnom ne remarkable price of $6.60 a bushel the thereof twice a year at its regular There was quite a large attendance. lived, has had to be up witn him every with BUSINESS SOLICITED. highest on record. This was due to terms (April and Octobei ), and said 31 r. Sam M. Peacock, who now resides night, often for the greater part of it. failure of the English crops, and magistrates shall have the sum of two visiting Lancas iVfter being unconscious for a day or the Careful and Prompt Attention Guaranteed in Tennesee, has been the prohibitive tariff on cereals at hundred dollars ($200.00) each, as a ter relatives and friends for several two, he came to himself early Sunday that date. Fluctuations in the prices compensation for the management President 1. HiSSIHbothax days. morning and asked his son, W. G. Mc of wheat were violent in those days herein, to be paid by the County Trea Lxttis Y. Liayill Kinney, who had arrived from Mont before crop statisticians had develop surer out of the Public Road fund, and Mr. Jacob Joseph was called to Cin Cashier B. F. Hudsoic g the fu no committee fee shall be charged by cinnatl Wednesday by a telegram an gomery, to divide nis effects at his ed their science of Assistant Cash's W. O. Riqhit nouncing the serious illness of his direction among his children. Later ture. or paid to said magistrate for work Bookkeeper CD. Viun in the day Rev. J. B. Crough called In August of 1810, wheat sold in En which this compensation is for, and mother. and as his pastor, Rev. S. M. Rankin gland per bushel, and the fol they and each one shall be responsible DIRKCTOES: A. M. Kinnalrd, after a few days ill, he asked him to preach his funeral upon their or his official bonds or bond lowing fell to $2.69, M.Hlal!BOTHAM, Lbwis Y.Lbatbix, visit to his parents, Squire and Mrs. W discourse, from a certain chapter and vanced June 60 per bushel then it ad to. $5. in August for the faithful discharge of their du J.B.JoHKSON, t.m.abnolb, H. Kinnaird, left Monday for his home the verse. In the afternoon he called of 1812, and dropped to $2.30 in 1813. ties herein. B. F. Hudson. H. C. Akkold, Jb. Middlesborough. in the family about him and after offer In 1866 we had a period of violent ALBX.GlBBI, J. J.Walxbb This order to take effect at the time Jacob Y. Robixsox. Miss Botha Bigelow, the bright and ing a most fervent prayer, bade each fluctuations in wheat prices, early in and after its passage and approval. and the year cash wheat sold in Chicago at attractive visitor of Mrs. A. H. Rice of the children present good-by- e Section 1844, Ky. Statutes, says: No and Misses Marksbury, will leave tomor thanked them for their goodness to 77i a bushel; but in November it was member of the fiscal court shall be R. KINNAIRO'S row for her home in Trenton, Tenn. him, especially Mrs. A. A. McKinney, selling at $2.03 a bushel. Following interested, directly or indirectly, or be who he said was a kind, christain this came the celebrated corner in concerned in any contract for work to Rev. Hassle, wife and child, arrived woman, and had been a real daughter last week from Florida to make this to him. Then he said: "I am ready, wheat, which forced the price up to be done or meterial to be furnished for place their future home. They will Praise the Lord. I'm dying." He $2.85 a bushel May 1st. This is the fie county, or any distric tthereof , nor highest level reached in this country purchase or be interested any claim Xepreseatiag Orer occupy the Doors property on Danville "Wo have the pleasure of announcing the engage then relapsed into unconsciousness in modern times. Several high levels against the county or in state Any are. from which he never recovered. Capt. have been reached by wheat since Miller, who will give his Dialect Ee fiscal court who shall ment of.Mr. Polk member The editor attended the funeral of McKinney married Miss Hannah Pax- then, but they were caused chiefly by violate of the the provisions of this section cital. consisting of Stories, Sketches and Songs, illustra In the following Fire Insurance Capt George H. McKinney at Stan ton, who was a step-sistand they speculators, who cornered the market times in the South, with the Old Virginia shall, upon conviction, be fined not Jess ford Tuesday. Capt. McKinney was lived happily together for 52 years and gave an artificial value to the cc tnan nve nunarea uouars nor more tiveofold Companies as a central figure. Quartermaster in Gen. Landram's when she was called to her reward real. each of Plantation Negro than five thousand dollars for fense. . 19th Ky. during the civil Six children were born to them, the regiment, the taa ef Hartferd. In August 1872 wheat sold in Chica The Entertainment is in no sense a Lecture two mentioned, Mrs Wm. Royston, of go at $1.61, and by November it was war. u An Evening of Story and Song.'J If you Qaeea ef Anerlea. Glorioa Newi but is rather Garrard, and Supt. James I. McKin down to $1.01. In 1887 an attempt Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of would enjoy a hearty laugh, Mr. Miller comes prepared Natieaaler Hartfert. ney, of the L. & N., with headquar was made to corner the wheat market ters at Montgomery, surviving. Capt. and when cash wheat was selling at Washita,' I. T. He writes: " Four bot to furnish the incentive. Pheaix ef fireeklya. McKinney was a member of the Pres 80c it was freely predicted that $2 tles of Electric Bitters has cured Mrs Hartferd ef Hartford. Brewer of scrofula, which had caused byterian church for years and died wheat would be reached inside of Remember that my great suffering for years, Terridle It is a rare treat we thuslafford our people by bringing so Manchester ef Eagkad. three months; but the syndicate of her would break out on her head and distinguished an Entertainer to our city and we do this counts are Due, and it is firm in the faith. good calcu sores speculators had not made Ceaaectlcat ef Hartferd. The Appetite Or a Goat absolutely. face, and the best doctors could give no with the confident belief that we will be accorded a large Is envied byallf cor dyspeptics whose lations. The stocks were much larg help; but her cure is complete and her Herth British aad MerchaatUe. audience and a hearty reception for Mr. Folk Miller. er in the country than they anticipa Stomac and liver are out of orber. All excellent. " This shows what ted, and wheat pushed in from every health is Gerataa Americas ef New Terk. such should know that Dr. King's New thousands have proved, that Electric the LifePills, the wonderful Stomach and quarter. On June l5tnhours corner Bitters is the best blood purifier known. Lireryeel 'aad Leadea aad tilehe. l hat 1 nave the money collapsed, and in three wheat splendid appe It's the supreme remedy for eczema, This notice is for Every Liver Remedy, gives a and dropped from 921 to 7ic a bushel. In I alio represent the old reliable expowels' a regular 1888 speculators cornered the tite, sound digestion ALL PARTS market t itter, liver, kidneys, and builds up body who owes me. bodily .habit that berfect health and NewYtrk Life Insurant successfully and forced the price of pels,, poisons, helps digestion the strength. Only 50 cents, sold by OF1 HOUSE TiUst great energy. Only 25 cents at any Drug wheat up from' 81c in April 2 Court House, ELEGTROFOIBE jjakhno. Thursday Evening, JANUARY NOEL SISTERS 26 26 1 PFPSONRIiJ J L L 11 Dubois webb. W. H. LACKEY, STORIES Lusk-Mill- er LANCASTER T.M.C.A Entertainment in Hi. R. Goldstein, well-know- n Lecture but er Old Times Down South Insurance Agency 07,000,000 Pltue Itctis&ry Hits StIIii to-1- Store. bushel on Sept. 30th. RE. McBohsrts ADMISSION Druggist. Guaarotee 1 50cts Ninety per cent, of all sickness Is caused by food not being properly digested, it creates poisons and crocs into yonr blood and then yon are Tank Polio i! lti ciani- - 11 liable to almost a'ny disease the human system Write to Her Cot is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstcdt's German Liver Powder and watch the results. Yon will feel Juiu .Her. the good effects after taking1 one dose. Give it a trial and be convinced. Price 25c DIGEST YOUR FOOD. A DOUBLE SUICIDE. Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough. Just the Medicine for Children. For sale by i. alW AJcKobcrts, iUilfpll& OS! f King in the new Ring in the true the falsa King We bring to vou the new and true from the "Ring out ttocld ot . A G COLONEL. dSbELIS Piiie-Ter-lfon- ev Ko;rer V. Williams, of Lrxinston, Will Command the S. coiiil II sniienr, Kentucky State Gn.irtl. JBNMI 7f &PSs5 wm p.oy ! Y'JltiVM'XVl i H AM SS YEARS OLD. and ntyernsod ixiufuy caui to Lr. Cell's It civet qulrli and permanent rrHef la ttripBS well as coushs and colds. Iticak weak I unca strong. lira. II. A. MfcUiUIe, PaludUi, Ky. &9 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, wesry cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; tha rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes arc healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD T.'f ALL GCOD DRUGGISTS EotCScs Or.2y. 2Sc, COc. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET Br. Bela's Has-TBoB- V Lexington. Ky., Jan. 1C Gov. Brad-Ic- y has decided to M ce Col. Rodger D. Williams, of this city, the colonel of the 2d regiment, Kentucky state Col. Williams is the well guards, knowu fox hunter, and is one of the officers of the National Fox Hunters' He is a warm friend of association. Gov. Roosevelt, and that gentleman asked him to get up a company of for his rough riders in the event he failed to get enough men in the west. As a hunter of big game, Col. Williams is the equal of Gov. Roosevelt. They have hunted much together, and it was in the great west that they became acquainted. As a dog fancier Col. Williams is well known all over the union and in England. He imported the first pair of Irish wolf hounds ever brought to this country, and he has been breeding bloodhounds for years. WAR AGAINST SAL00NISTS. Tcmperancp Spies Out On Their Krjrular Sunday It minis At Lrxlnslou aud ,Mcet With Warm U. crptions. 10. Save Your Corn for me. Mercer county farmers refuse live I will give 61.ru per barrel for 1,000 cents a pound for their hrnbs. t 2.kki barrels of corn delivered in Tims. Yantis bought of Sieve Walker 3Iaivh or April. !?:!!!. a bunch of calves at $ pel head. J no. W. Milleii, Ms,t, Geo. ltobinson sold to W. Ii. Cook a Pilriniajfe Distillery Co. bunch of 7.11b shoals at Sets. 3Ir.l. II. Dunn of this county bought Geo. Evans bought of J. V. Xave a Danville court. 12 head of extra nice yearlings at 2S per head. at The Winchester Democrat reports the sale of 2.J0 walnut logs, standing in the woods, for $2,000. fi. twelve bead. -- ,. (iOO Swinebroad sold .Tamos Dunn lb. yeai lings at &28.CO per The war Lexington, Ky., Jan. which has been bitterly waged temperance people and saloon men over the Surida3' closing law, culminated Sunday. Through the evidence of Bible students, who acted as spies, the temperance people obtained thorough bred Short Horn Yearling over 100 indictments against saloon-ist- s before the last grand jury. SunHull for S40.00. H. F. lioHinson shipped a load of day night spies started on the regular hogs to Cincinnati market this week, Sunday rounds and met with warm receptions. They wero badly beaten up paying for Same 25 to .'cents. in some places and elsewhere were T. S. El kin bought some good butcher stoned. It is not known what action stuff of Lincoln parties at :cts. will result. UroTvn Not a Candidate. Jarvis bought of Griggs Bros., C . Arnold bmiglit of Loe Austin of Madison, some nice heifers at $21,00 Louisville, Ky., Jan. 17. John Young Brown, in a card which a loL of m lb shoal at 7r per hun- per nead. 1). r. Ex-Go- J. Anderson sold E. F. ttobinson DurUm & Walker shipped a load of some fat hoys at .'lets. light hogs to Cincinnati market this J no. A. Wood sold to Carpenter week for which they paid 2J to : cts. nros. some nil cows ami Heifers at 3 Farmers and stock raisers, who de- cent i, sire a paper, deV. A. Lear bought of Wm. Hudson. voted wholly to their interests, should of Adair county, sonic "i70 lb. heifers subscribe for the Farmers Home JourI he Democrat says 'Squire Charles nal, Louisville. It only costs one at $3.:i,.pcr owt. in advance, is chock full of W. Gentry, who is well known to Mer interesting matter. cer county fruit growers, has not yet YfHT S,1H,,1(1 k,Knv l,,at FOLEY'S made an examination of cither the HONEY TA I is absolutely peacli or apple trees, but is of the th? best remedy for all diseases of the opinion that the crop next year will Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dealers are be above the ordinary He says the authorized to guarantee it to give .sa- frosts in the fall lessens the sap in the tisfaction in all cases. lm trees and thus prevents early budding Tub Ii:coit has been asked if a in tne spring. But the best indica mistake was made in saying corn bad tion of an abundant fruit crop was the t iasL weeiv. squire Gentry says recently been as low as one dollar in this county. Wc are sorry to say the he has never known a failure in the .statement was tiue. It is bringing fruit crop, when there were two sleets letU'r figures now, however, and far- in the winter before. Sleets such as mers say the outlook is decidedly bet- we bad this week cover every bud on the trees und cause them to bloom ter. from a week to two weeks later, thus Under orders issued by the United putting the young and States department of agriculture, and out of danger of being tender buds, killed by the just received by tho Stale board of late frosts in the spring. health, there will be no open cattle LliiKerliuJcZia rlio oti-- li Ourctl. season in Tennessee this year. State Mr. G. Vachki:, 137 Osgood St inspectors will be put on duty at once Chicago. to see that quarantine is enforced. My wife had a severe case of La IEc Fooled The SiirscoiisJ Grippe three years ago and it left her All doctors told Iienick Hamilton, of with a very bad cough. She tried a West Jefferson. O., after suffering 18 bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and months from Ilectal Fistual, he would it gave immediate relief. One bottle die unless a costly operation was per cured her cough entirelv. Xow we formed: bnthe cured himself with live are never without a bottle of this won boxes of liucklen's Arnica Salve, the d erf ul Cough Medicine in the house surest Pile cure on Eartn, and the best 2o. and fCc. Salve in the World. Z cents a box Sold by li. 12. McKoberts Druggist. H. HOSHAL & CO. The following good suggestion has been given forsetingout a permanent Commission Merchants, fruit garden. Kext to the fence set out ii fly or a hundred asparagus plants; live feet out place a hundred black raspberries of three or four varieties: seven feet further, as many red raspUNION STOCK YARDS, berries: the same distance, a hundred blackberries: lastly, a row of grapes. lirst-clas- s, aiL-e- dred. .t. he gave out Monday night, announced his withdrawal from the race for governor. This will be a great surprise for politicians, since three days ago it was given out that he would be a canThis didate for the renoinination. leaves the fight between Senator Wm. Goebcl and Gen. P. Wat Hardin. Stone is still a candidate, but is not figured in. Belknap, prominently mentioned as the republican nominee for governor in Kentucky, succeeds to the command of the 1st Kentueby volunteers, rccent-lLouisville, Ky., Jan. 18. Camraie returned from l'orto Rico. This is Church, aged 10, of Gallatin, Tenn., due to the appointment of Col. Castle-ma- n was found dead in bed Wednesday to the rank of brigadier general. morning at the residence of her Col. Belknap is popular with the at Aggie Johnston, aunt, Mrs. 1418 West Broadway. Death was H sh W iter ui T. uitville. the result, it is said, of a deLouisville, Ky., Jan. 17. The river liberate attempt at suicide planned is still rising slowly end registers 5 J by Miss Church and her cousin, Miss feet at the foot of the locks. The waJohnston, who is about, tho .Florence ter has crept into thj streets, running same age. A disappointment in love to the levee and has liooded some cel was the primary cause. Miss Church ana the nrst Uoors. Livery pro- had for some time been corresponding lars caution is beinjr taken by river men, with a young man in the south. Tuesthough the3 think the crest of the" riso day' she failed to receive a letter she will pass Monday. So far no damage expected from him. This made her has been done. despondent. Asphalt JSvU Fon.id. In the afternoon papers she read an Moreiiead, Ky., Jan. 14. A largo account of the suicide of Merchant She brooded over it so that she bed of asphalt has been discovered in decided to take her life, and persuaded the northern end of Rowan county ad her cousin to make a like attempt joining Carter and near the C. & O. railroad. Specimens of the asphalt with her. Going to Shafer's drug store, near have been anabyzed and tested, and home, they bought 10 cents' worth of found to be of superior quality. A morphine at 9 o'clock Tuesday night. company win oe iormeu at once to Going home, they took this, and, leav- work the mine. ing the bottle on the kitchen table, Slanr I iil'.ctmenta Returned. crept into bed. The time is not known, Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 13. As a result but. it is thought to have been about of the war upon vice, which Judge midnight. Can trill in his charge to the grand jury Mrs. Johnson, aunt and mother, slept alleged flourishes to an alarming exroom. She knew nothing tent at the state capital, about 100 in in the same about it until she awoke in the morn- dictments were returned Thursday af ing to find her niece, Miss Church, ternoon. Nearly all of these are dead and her daughter in a stupor. against saloons for unlawful sale of Physicians were summoned at once, liquor and against gamblers. and by. heroic efforts kept the living girl from succumbing to the drug. A Grip Cure. Miss Church is the daughter of an L. President George T. Angell, of the & N. engineer a Gallatin, Tenn. She American Humane Education Society, had been visiting here a month. offers what he claims is a panacea for A Sheriff's Double the evil, says the Philadelphia Rec Louisville, Ky., Jan. 18. Sheriff ord. Sulphur is the preventive be Richard E. Palin, of Oldham county. suggests "It has been shown," be was in Louisville luesuay on a queer says, "now wearing sulphur in the combination of missions. He came clothing lias prevented yellow fever. to get married and to get a scaffold cholera and other diseases. Half on which to banc- a man. In both teaspoonful of powdered sulphur in he was successful. He crossed to Jef- each shoe or stocking is considered to fersonville with Miss Katie Riggs, of be suih'cicnt. I find in the London Owingsville, and was married by Rev. Lancet that no less authority than the T. M. Myers. Then he went to Sheritf President of the Institute of Civil Bell and borrowed a scaifold on which to hang Henry Miller, colored, at La- Engineers of London declares that the sulphurous vapor produced by the com trransre on February 3. . Miller has been sentenced for an assault commit- bustion of coal in that city kills the disease germs in the atmosphere. Sul ted on Mrs. Lccte. phur is very cheap, and whether it de Settled WlthHi V.ctiun. stro3rs or keeps out germs of disease Louisville, Ky., Jan. 18. Jos. B. from the body or only acts upon the Ramsey, county clerk at Winchester, imagination it cannot do mucb harm Ky., has returned to his home town to try it." after months of wandering and fleeing from justice. He had been in Tennessee. He has settled with those defrauded by the forgeries. It is not believed he will be prosecuted. Physician-2- a IIr ivrr Dirt r LCous'u toNot Louisville, ci:tnap U 'eomirs Co.onel. Ky., Jan. 13. Lieut. Col. FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR cures LA GRIPPE and prevents LA GRIPPE PNEUMONIA y rcgi-ime- IT HEALS THE LUNGS AND STOPS THE RACKING COUCH USUAL TO LA GRIPPE. RECOMMENDED FOR LA GRIPPE. K. Jackson, Danville. 111. Write?; 'My daughter bad a severe attack of La Grippe seven yvaw ago and since then when she takes cold a terrible congh settles on her lungs. We tried a great many remedies without giving relief. She trit-Foley's Honey and Tar which cured her. Site hn never been troubled with a cough since." J5c. LINGERING LA GRIPPE COUGH CURED. MR. O. VACH IR. 157 Osgood St.. Chicago. ilywifeh d a severe case of La Grippe three years ago and It left her with a very-bacongh. rihe tried a bottle of Foley's lloncv and Tar aud it gave immediate relief. One bottle cured her cough entirely. Kow we are nevei without a bottle of this wonderful Cough Medicine In the house. n. IT IS GUARANTEED. THE DELINEATOR IS THE Woman's Favorite Magazine, And is issued by the Famous Fashion Publishers, The Butterick Publishing Co. (Limited), at 7 to 17 West Thirteenth Street, New York at the remarkably low rate of $1.00 for a Year's Subscription, or 15 cts. per copy. Of all Family Magizines it is the Great Caterer to Domestic Needs, and can be recommended for its cheapness, beauty, freshness and utility. UEEIPA CRESCENT Route, with its rail and forms the short and West India Double Daily Pullman steamer Connections, line to Florida points. Service Fast through to HAVANA - Jacksonville. The famous CINCINNATI, LIMITED FLORIDA AND Southern solid vestibuled & service to Florida via the Railway, steamship Queen Crescent, 1 and con for F.C. & P. Railway makes nection on arrival direct at Miami (East Coast) or at Tampa (West Coast) Key West, Havana, Nassau, Santiago, San Juan, and all West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to New Orleans. Free books and information by addressing, C. W. ZCLL. DIV. PASS'CR ACCNT, 4TM AND HACC ST3.. CINCINNATI. O., O. U MITCHELL. DIV. PASS'S ACCNT. CHATTANOOSA. TC.1N., OR W. C. RINCARSON, QEN'L PASS'CR. ACCNT CINCINNATI O. lotereitad la tne SoutaT Stad 10 cu. to H. C. UKarfB. 5or w Xllastr&l! Mootalf, "Luil acd & Living." on jtr. A W. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 13. Thomas A. Flannelly, democratic editor of th.e ltulliou Train Halted. State News, and secretary of the State Louisville, Ky., Jan. 17. The Unit- League of Retail Liquor dealers, has ed States bullion train on the L. & N., announced himself a candidate for with S2SG.000 in silver aboard, was state senator. His opponents are ex- halted by the accidental going out of a Representative Hobbs and Capt. W. IL signal light near Lagrange. The May. guards rushed to arms, but the expectClaim ed robbers did not appear. The train Louisville, Ky., Jan. 10. August was en route from Philadelphia to New Kirn, who killed James Barnett during Orleans. a quarrel Wednesday nipht by striking Whitney' TUorou;hbrrd. him over the head with a bar of iron, Lexington, Ky., Jan. 17. has admitted his guilt, but claims he Whitney's stud of thoroughbreds did in it is now established at Hal P. Headley's oG broodmares "La Belle Farm." The Icking RlTer on a Rampage. were taken there from Ashland on Sat Farmer, K3-- Jan. 16. The Licking urday, and Monday morning the cele river is 22 feet and still rising. The brated stallion Meddler, who is to be principal part of this town is under "king of the harem," was taken to his water. Logs are running new home. .thick, nigh wind is doing much damage to fencing and board sidewalks. A Verdict. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 17. A non Returned From nawall. committal verdict was returned Mon Owexsboro, Ky., Jan. 14. Three day by the coroner's jury at the in years ago a young man of the name of quest into the death of Charles Wil Leach disappeared from his home in liamson, the wealthy sporting man Ohio countj', near here, leaving a wife who was shot by Ike Smith a few and baby. He has just returned from nights ago. One witness testified that the Hawaiian islands and says he is the shooting was in and home to stay. others that it was unprovoked. Judge Candidate. Love Feast Called. . Louisville, Ky., Jan. 10. Judge W, Paducaii, Ky., Jan. 17. A love feast LB. Fleming, of this city, announced of Kentucky republicans will be held himself a candidate for the democratic in Louisville, January 2G. A private nomination for attorney general Sun call, signed by George D; day eveninjr. Todd, of the Falls City, has been reCUBANQ ceived here. The meeting promises to I lUIIIVl Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu be well attended,, . r oiatism and Sores. Price, 25 cents e. ., and-drift Flannelly Oat for State Senator. SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE ILL ' "ZttZM 1 Vnov.- - ti31 t'j "ora i'Iiiio" Remedy, i. iou. Can Prescribe Dr. Otto's For 1899 ROOSEVELT S RIDERS" (Mus serial) aud all his other war writ trated lugs. Spruce Gum Balsam. Formula on each package. GOVERNOR ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON'S LETTERS (never before money Colyis. edited by CURES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY.. & 4 J 50c. RICHARD HARDING DAVIS: Stories aud special articles iflsufcriMt-.i!n..n.uVt.::M- - Price, 25 HENRY RIJDVARD KIPLINS VAN DYKE WILLIAM ALL.EN WHITE tnd muuy others: short Stories. GEORGE W. CABLE'S NEW SER-tA- i. Krnrv nf piw OrleHUd. "1 tie .11- tomologist" Illustrated by lletter. SENATOR . HOAR'S Reminiscences Illustrate-.!- Cor Is th- :a k- -i inr iii..- C'--r- :. of I ! ! rv E. E. McRoberts, Hcdger. Prof. Ben F. Evans bands in the following obituary of "Uncle Sam' Hedger, father of S. "W. Hedger, for merly postmaster in Lancaster: Sante Fe, Ks. Feby. 24, 1898 Samuel Hedger, who sounded the centuary mark the day before his death, the 14th, was born in Wodford county Kentucky, Feb. 13th, 181)8, married at 40 years of age, taught school 40 consecutive years, mooved from Kentucky to Illinois in 18.10, re turned to Kentucky and settled on Sugar Creak.in 185(5. He went West again in .1882 when he was 84 years of age. There he lived 16 years longer. He tanghl school in Lancaster in 1824 and 25. "Many old people remember him. A physician can prescribe Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam. TheFormula is on the package. NEW LIVERY. Wal- MRS. JOHN DREWS Stage llluatruted. Eemlnis-ceuee- s I have purchased the JOEL CHANDLER HARRI'S new coilectlou ol Stories. "The Chronicles of Aunt Miuerv-- Ann." ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Q. S. SHORT SERIAL, "A ship of otars." Very Best Rigs notice. Special attention given Commercial Travelers. on ROBERT GRANT'S Letters sions. Coininou-aeuse Search-Ligh- Kssa) s. Musical Impres- t the shortest SIDNE YLANIET'S C. D. Plantm Aniericau Woman GIBSON'S lhe uud other artists. Seven Ages o EICE BENGE K. oSnth-b'n- d North-b'nd m? Cattle - loon CINCINNATI, O. TEA cures Dyspep-- f Consiipaticn mid" Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 cts. IPiSHfc'kBlAN EttsQeVl C kI3, Information regarding livestock cheer- ully furnished. Consign your stock di rect to us. 'Phone 7340. Catarrh Leads to Consumption. A Dr. Otto's Same Gum Balaam. Cnres yonr Conga in a day. Very pleasant to Price 25c and 50c. For a Beautiful Complexion Um Dr, The full, illustrated prospectus, including Descriptions of the above. Sent Vren to any address. Tne Magazine is $3.00 a yean 2oc. a number e&r Charles Scribner's Son's, 7 fifth Avenue, New York 153-15- C. Branch. North-b'n- d Mixed, passes Lancaster, 11 35 a. m Mixed, " 3;io r. x Pass'gr " 2:5.! a.y South b'cd " 12 sB a. x. You Carlstcdt's German Liver Pewrier. For sale by E, E. AicitoDerts. If vv. S. BEAZLEY, Are Going North, You Are Going South, Going East, Forerunner of the Most ' Fatal Disease. Call and ssa this CilabraI Waoa at It fully Warranted and Excels all others. AHEinds Farm Machinery Always onHand Though its offensive features are sometimes almost unbearable,, few 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 Bprays, washes and inhaling mixtures find that it is impossible to check the disease with these local applications which only reach the surface. The offensive discharge increases all the while, causing a feeling of personal defilement, and gets deeper and deeper until it is' only a question of a short time until the lungs are affected. .The importance of the proper treatment can therefore Je readily appreciated. But no good whatever can be expected fromT local applications, as such treatment never did cure Catarrh, and never will. 9 touch of Catarrh will save endless suffering by taking the right remedy at the outset." Others who have for '.. years sought re lief and found only disappointment in loca'Ptreatment will find it wise to waste uq further time on sprays, washes, inhaling mixtures, etc., which are only temporary and can not save them from. Consumption. Catarrh is a deep-seatblood disease. S. S. S. is the only remedy which can reach the very bottom of the disease : and cure it permanently. Books sent free by the Swift Sjfecifio Company, Atlanta, ,Qa. ed the disease seemed to have a firmer hold on me. I had finally been declared incurable when I decided to try S. S. S. It seemed to get right at the seat of the disease, and cured me permanently, for I have hud no touch of Catarrh for seven years. "Mrs. Josephine Polhill, "Due West, S. C." "Those who have had the first that I lost my hearing in one ear, and. part of the bone in my nose sloughed off. I was constantly treated with sprays and washes, but each winter "I had such a severe case of Catarrh W. D. Stewart, of Whitestown,Ind.? Office In has a horse that has diphtheria. The New Thompson Building. veterinarian who treated the horse the noticed that the ftiembrane was exact HOOD, ly the diphtheria membrane in the Jthroat of a human being and cultures SURGEON-DENTISwere sent to the Indiana State Health LANCASTER, KT Board, These were analyzed by Sec retary Hurty and showed diphtheria Office over Ilaselden's hardware store. microbes. The case is under quaran tine. It is the first of the kind on record. THE DENTIST .Ttr.riMl without rr., Vitalized Air. pain th T, If You Are If You Are Going West; VIA FVRCHMC TtCKCTS THE J. Iouisvilh n Nashyillc R. B. mm sccurs) J. X. DUNN, NOTARY PUBLIC, BRYANTS VI LLE, KENTUCKY NATIONAL CAPITAL I09,000.00 BANK SURPLUS. i J20.MO.O t Laii Surveyor ani ipt for CO LANCASTER, KY. A.B.DutHY. President. Jno. E. Stosmxs. Vice President. Wm. H. Kimmaibd, Cashier. 8. 0. DXWMT, Assistant Casa'r. st. T. Kxbxy of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. Sates, Time and all other iaibrmatioa wilt be cheerfully furnished by C. P. ATM OR IT, Q. p. A,.'?''-Vrk- The Maximum AETNA FIRE INSURANCE ' KSM&HTS OF - PYTHIAS Locavnin.Kx Qaeen 10 J. 7. ROBI2TSO. Jx, r, Crescent Roate. NORTH BOUND. rGarrard Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd' Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g Knights are fraternally invited. " . G. B. Swinebroad C. C J. E. Robinson, K, R. & S. PASSU DANYILXS. Ass't BISECTORS Bam'l.D.Cocnraa, Alex. 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