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Ladies Beautiful Hosiery LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY Snnke the Proctor-Knott 27, 1899. ' n&lf at-- cigar. Fresh oysters daily at You can Josaph's. -- G. S. GainwP. LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Don't miss the Glee Club. Centre College Glee Club Friday ways find bargains ni;ht. at-Joseph's.4 Ladies Fine JJnderwear f cigar stands have a specialty All first-clas- s the Proctor Knott cigar. at Josephjs to- SEE THE ROSS FEED CRUSHER. -- Don't miss the Skating Rink night. Its great. Ourprices are right and quality surpassed. J. JOseph. R. A. te un- Work in the third rank atK. P. Our engineer,. Carey Mullins, has been quite ill of pneumonia. Joseph's lodge tonight. Beautiful shoes for ladies at Give the young gentlemen of DanY. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon in Rain, mud, snow and sleet this ville a crowded house. Odd Fellows Hall. Three o'clock is week. the time. Salt Best Cabbage & Potatoes at Just received. Car load of Salt. Clover, Timothy, Blue Grass, Orch Northcott. H. B. , Cocl for sale, good coal or no pay. .J Stone business man will use An nicely printed letter and bill heads. Everybody indebted to G.'S.-- Gaiiwfs will please call and get their Nqw. Years gift. Give Us a Trial. Come and see our pretty letterheads and envelopes. "We print them neatly and cheap. Highest price for Furs, Beef-tile- ? Eggs, and all kinds of produce Cash R. A. Ston3 has a nice line qf Iron or mechandise. R. A. StoneA Beds, Springs, &c, at bottom prices,- load Furniture just received. Car Y For Sale Come and get prices before buying A Ccottage Upright Baldwin piano. elsewhere. R. A. Stone,Good as new. S. B. Henry. tf Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or G. S. Gaines will buy all th porn he Graham, Kutricious and Digestable. can get at $1.25 a barrel, payable in Nothing like it. H. C. Potts, Buckany goods he handles. eye, Ky. - A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy to the smoker. lorthcott. ard Grass and Seed Oats, at G. S. GainesJj The Y. M. C. A. J. R. Haselden Col. W. G. Welch, Stanford. W. I. Williams, Notice. Lancaster. WELCH & WILLIAMS Parties owing me will please call For Sale or Bent. W. S. Beazley, My eight room Dwelling House on and settle. D. D. S. Campbell street, Lancaster, Ky, Pos- tf session given 1st day of January 1899. For Rent, Address, I. C. Ruckcr, Paint Lick,Ky. The store room in the Thompson block on Richmone street. J. C. TnoMrsoir. Cure For La Grippe. Foley's Honey and Tar heals the On account of illness, Miss Amanda lungs and cures the racking Cough us- Anderson was forced to postpone in ual to la grippe and prevent pneu- definitely the Cantata "Snow White." jan-C-- tf Blacksmith Shop for Bent, Will rentYny shop and tools for Possession given immediately. jan-6-- tf 18DP. As will be seen by our report in an other column, the Lancaster Y. M. C. A., is flourishing. Rev. J. Massee ad- dresed a large crowd at the meeting Sunday afternoon, and the young men seemed very much interested. Rev. Clarke will give a talk next Sunday at three o'clock. Rev. Faulconer, the president, will be here next week, and tall hustling will be done by all interested, to complete all details and get things in permanent shape. Attractions Galoro. LADIES MUSLIN UNDERWEAR The Astonishment of Customers Only Equaled by Their G. S. Gkeenleaf. Rider miller. well-know- Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. All business attended to promptly monia. It is guaranteed. 25c and 50c. Valuation Raised. The county supervisors raised the assessed value of many pieces of property, which raises the valuation in Garrard from $107,884 to $4,124,650. Lung Irritation Mr. C. Rider, of Upton, Ky., and Miss Mae Miller, of Mt. Vernon, both n here, were married last week. The wedding was a quiet af. fair. A Few Left. We have a few copies of our SouveBrau and ShlpaiufT. I have on hands a tine lot of bran nir Edition left which can be had for and shipstufi. Will deliver at $10 and five cents a piece. We printed fif $12 per ton. Buy now while it-icheap teen hundred extras and only about fifty copies remains in the office. H. s The Walton Brothers have a splen did lot of attractions booked for Stan ford, and our amusement lovers have a good opportunity to witness them. The Journal says The "Nat Reiss Re pertoire Co. will be at Walton's Opera House the three last nights of this week. Gov. Taylor, of Tennessee, will lecture on "The Fiddle and the Bow,"' on the 31st and on Feb. 2nd, the inim itable Polk Miller will hold the boards. Write to W. P. Walton and have seats secured. Court Day. Business in all branches was unusal- ly good Monday, and a big crowd was in town. The farmers said they were getting restless to begin plowing, and many expressed the fear that this im portant branch of their work would be greatly delayed on account of so much rain. There was a good demand forstock, though prices were not very high. In our farm and stock column will be found the sales made. There was no drunkenness of consequence, the street fakir was conspicuously absent and the day passed quietly. Pleasure, To be able to buy articles of Good Quality at a price that does not ordinarily pay for the material, will cause them to move out quick. So come early and make your well-mad- e John Potts, Exchange. The Man Who Sighed. Potts Bro's have established an ex He sighed because the world was cold, change at the residence of Mrs. ii the forernnner toconsumptson. Dr. But might have found it otherwise Cunningham's on Depot street, and B 'IPs will cure it, and If he had simply gone to work. will keep on hand flour, meal, shipstuff , give such strength to the lungs that a And got a little exercise. etc; to exchange for wheat. They will cough or a cold will not settle there erect a large builbing within the next Came Out Well. Twenty-fiv- e cents at McRoberts Drug Store. We are glad to note that Mr. R. L. few weeks. Elkin took a number of premiums on Preaching at Christian Church. Royston. LouisProf. Ellett, of Lexington, is preach Mr. Jesse D. Royston, a prominent his chickens exhibited at the ville Poultry Show. Mr. Elkin han- ing every Sunday in the Christian citizen of the Bryantsville neighbordles the Black Minorca, and has gain- church, and his sermons are highly hood, died at his home and was buried praised by his congregations. He will in the Lancaster Cemetery Friday. He ed a wide reputation with them. continue to fill the pulpit until the BEAZLET& BAUCrHMAN. was a brother of our townsman, Jas. State Guards. first of March, at which time the newA. Royston. and enjoyed the respect Glee Club. Adj. Gen'l Collier tells Tins Record ly called pastor, FUNERAL DIRECTORS, Elder Powell, of Florof all who knew him. The Centre College Glee Club has that work of organizing the new Sec- ida, will take charge. arranged for an entertainment at the ARTERIAL and CAVITY EMond Kentucky State Guards has been Weak Byes Are Made Strong. Court House tomorrow, Friday, night. No Lecture. dim vision made clear, styes removed commenced and is progressing nicely. BALMING a SPECIALTY. The Y. M. C. A. received a letter The club is composed of forty young and granulated lids or sore eyes of any Roger Williams, of Lexington, will be kind speedily and effectually cured by colonel. The only town in thisjmme-diat- e Saturday saying it would be impossi gentlemen. They have an orchestra of twenty instruments, and will also Miller vicinity booked for a of Sutherland's the Furniture, Carpets, &c. salve.useIts put up in tubes,Eagle Eye Stanford. There is splendidcompany is ble for PolkThis is ato fill his engage give a number of vocal solos, duetts, great disappoint material ment here. and sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug about our neighboring city and a good ment, both to the association aird the and quartettes. Miss Margaret Mur public. The young men are notr dis phy secured the engagement and tells Lancaster, Ky. company can be raised there. Store. couraged over Mr. Miller's failure to The Record the club will only retain Temperance Legion. come, and now have their line out for enough of the receipts to defray its The Loyal Temperance Legion was several lecturers of even more note actual expenses. The balance will be given a noted lecturer who will appear organized Sunday afternoon with thir than he. charter members. The followhere soon. Reserved seats 35cts at Elder Gowen Gone. McRoberts drug store. General ad ing officers were elected: Superintendent, Miss Sallie Elkin. Elder George Gowen left Saturday mission 25cts, children 15 cts. " Olivia bweeney. Ass't bup't, for Orlanda, Fla., where he will hold " Bessie Batson, President, Important Rules. a protracted meeting. He has a num " Ilellen Gill. t, Post office rules have been posted in Secretary, ber of appointments in that state, and John Moss. a neighboring town as follows: "No Treasurer, Ethel West, will remain there quite a while. As Stella Huston. previously stated, he will devote his letters will be delivered until thev Organist, Cora Ward. Chorister, entire time to evangelical work all have been received. If you don't get Captain, Chas. W. Young. over the United States. The Rec- a letter or paper on the day you expect 1st. Ensign, Traylor West. postmaster look through 2nd. Ensign, Bradley Johnson, it, have-thobd wishes Mr. Gowen all happiness JJorma Stone. all the boxes. It ought to be there 3rd. Ensign, and good fortune in his undertaking. somewhere, and he likes to hunt for Joseph. Will Run Rockcastle. it to please you. If your friends don't The many friends of Messrs. Jacob Mr. Herbert ..Hommel, formerly of write, cuss the postmaster. He is to We are compelled to close out our Pall and this city, was over from Danville this blame. If he tells you there is no and Sam Joseph will regret to learn week, and told us he had, with Mr. T. mail for you, put a grieved expression of the death of their mother, which R. Morgan, rented Rockcastle Springs and say, 'There must be some.' He is occurred in Cincinnati last week. She stock in order to make room for for the coming season, and would spare probably hiding your mail for the had been in bad health for some time. neither money or labor to make the pleasure of having you call for it two She was well advanced in age, being in IMMENSE SPRING STOCK which we have place one of the most enjoyable resorts or three times a day. Ask him to her seventies. The funeral and burial took place in Cincinnati, at which in the south. Mr. Hommel is a popu look again. Ex. place the husband and father was laid already bought. lar and industrious young man, and A Rad Error. to rest last September. The people of we believe he will make a great suc A correspondent to the Cincinnati Lancaster and Garrard county sympacess of his venture. Post sent that paper an account of thize greatly with Jake and Sam, as We have bought largely Spring and need Seventy-Eigh- t. Mr. Rice Benge arresting the negro everyone who knows them holds them Capt. Frank J. White, of this office thief, John Wallace, and that paper in the highest esteem. The beloved money to discount our spring bills. Therewas seventy-eigyears old Monday. got the names tangled Mr. Benge parents surely must have been extraHe came to the office at 8:30 (much was given as a notorious horse thief, ordinary good people, judging from later than usual) and by 2:15 had up and the negro as the arresting officer. the upright, manly and straightfor fore you can buy two galleys of brevier type, clean proof. Of course those knowing Mr. Benge ward way Jake and Sam were raised These men Beside being a fast, clean compositor, knew it was a mistake. There are to conduct themselves. Captain is a true gentleman and a de many of these little telegrams sent to have been engaged in bnsiness here for vout christian. He is in remarkably the dailies which are not of sufficient many years, and never has anyone said good health and many friends hope he importance to publish in the local pa- aught against them. When a man will pass many, more milestones on per. Many of them do great injustice can mingle in the business world this to our town, in that they happen in long and make no enemies, it is the life's journey. remote parts of the county and the truest sign that he has been trained Remember This. dailies publish them as occuring at up in the way in which he should go. A splendid connection is made to Lancaster. The "special telegram' . To Ularry Wednesday. Lexington by leaving here at 11:25, racket is greatly overdone at this Mr. J. Randolph Harris, of this city, noon, going by Junction City and tak point. will be married next Wednesday to ing the Queen & Crescent you get to Letter from Rro. Hill. Miss Mary Cash, of Lincoln county. Lexington this way shortly after two Somebset, Ky., Jan. 20, 1899. The ceremony will be performed at o'clock. Only twenty-fiv- e minutes We greatly enjoy the visits of Tite two o'clock in the afternoon at the wait at Junction City, which insures We Boom. We neen Money. Come connection. Coming from Lexington, Recobd. We feel greatly indebted to residence of the bride's father, Mr. take the 8:30 p. m., C. & O. train, the good people of Garrard county for J. F. Cash, at Turnersville, about five and see how Cheap you can goods us. come to Winchester and catch the L. their many kindnesses while in their miles from Stanford, and will be said & IS., which will land you here at midst, and hail with delight the news by Rev. Allen, of the Stanford Christhrough your paper. We have been tian church. Immediately after the midnight. planning to make our friends a visit, ceremony the couple will return to and hope to be- able to do so in the Lancaster, where a reception will be The Raad. Reorganize. tendered them at.tbe residence of the The Lancaster band has awakened near future. The Lord is blessing our laborf here. room's father, Mr. E. W. Harris; from its Rfp Van Winkle nap and fliss Cash has visited Miss Florence meets every Tuesday evening. The Have just about completed our im in this city, first meeting in six months was held provement on our church edifice, which Harris, many friendff several times, and among the young made last week, and rats in great numbers has given us one oflhe largest and society people. She is a handsome most comfortable auditoriums in this young lady, of charming manners and have been seen leaving town. The The prospective boys seem determined, however, to get section of the country. The people good disposition. to work and learn to put up decent of all denominations have been very groom was born and raised in Lancaster and numbers his friends by the music. There are not so many men in kind to us. All the churches are get- score. He is a printer by profession, band now, but those belonging ting along nicely, we pray that the and, having worked on The Recobd the will practice and leam to play. A blessings of God may rest uiion the for several years, we can testify as to Recobd and all of its readband is a good thing to have in a town Ckntral wife joins me in kind wishes his ability, and character for aobrietv ers. My and uprightness. We extend in ad and frequently.comes in mighty good to an. xours in the Masters work, vance hearty congratulations to the place. F. M. Hill. handsome young couple. We are also showing a hand some line of Hamburgs at Low Prices. LOGAN DK7 COMPANY. Skating tonight. Everybody is going to the Rink night. to- GOODS ty-fi- Don't miss the Rink. Xcwskates, good order and a pleasant evening. Yice-Prcs'- Great Cut Price Sale. Winter Young Tien. Remember the business meeting of the Y. M. C. A,, at Odd Fellows Hall tonight. Can't you be there? e Beddov 'Stopping High. Ed Morrow is about the happiest fellow in these United States. A ten pound boy has put in his appearance to keep "the old man" up at night. "Beddow" says he is every incha democrat and yells for free silver from six p. m., to six a. m., daily GETTING V. 31. C. A. IN our SHAPE. Electing Largely Attended and Roll of Members Mutle. lor Suits, vercnais, Heavy Bants v Shoes at Manufacturer's Prices. buy of need Logan & Robinson - A The meeting of the Y. M. C. A., Thursday night, was largely attended and much enthusiasm manifested. President K. F. Postle presided, and the dignified, able manner in which he handles the gavel was much complimented by the young men present. jSbtice of tonight's meeting appears elsewhere in this issue. Read it and go. We again urge the country boys to come in and join ju? charter members. We could fill every column in The Recobd with advantages and benefits to be derived from this association, but will only say here to those who want to change their course of life and, at the same time, receive benefits of luxuries seldom found in a country town, come in and enroll your names at once. The following is the paper decided upon and the number of names received to date. (These havecome unsolicited): We, the undersigned, join together to form a Y. M. C. A., in Lancaster, and pledge ourselves to endeavor with all our ability to support and forward the organization and it's purposes, and promote the good of the young men of Lancaster mentally, physically and morally. K. F. Postle, Louis Land ram, W. O. Dunlap, J. W. Hamilton, H. K. Hern-doF. S. Hughes, R. E. Henry, J. B. Kinnaird, Geo. Smith,Jna E.Stormes, H. W. Batson.. Fisher Herring, Harry B. Robinson, G. M. Patterson, W. L. Herndon, Theo. Curry, Jr., O. W.Shu-gar- s, G. S. Gaines, Geo. B. Harris, Lewis Herndon, J. H. Kinnaird, R. G. Ward, W. B. West, Walter Beazley, J. B. Harris, Louis West, F. P. Fris-biH. T. Logan, F. B. Marksbury, J. M. Farra, R.T. Embry, Sinclair Hill, Frank Pumphrey, E. C. Gaines, Singleton, J. S. Edmiston, Tom Hammond, Jr. "i n, e, ''S J CENTRAL RSCOKD EVERY WEEK BY MARKSBU. i still suffering Miss Lula Simrr-oith rheumatism. J. W. Moore bought of C. A. Robin n LO VIS t,AXIRJ..V, Publisher. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. son a sow and piftr, for .$1.00 . .50 . .26 $15. TEEMS ( OSE YFA.B, IN 4DVANCK (TauKK Fix Months. " Xr. Monroe Miller, of Jessamine, and Mhss Dora Crtou were quietly arried at the homu of the bride's ither, Mr. S. M. Urton, Wednesday it 10 o'clock by Rev. W. M. Kuyken- of .Marcellus, visit ing friends in this community, Hacklcy Mr. Richard this week. snent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Reu Mr. and Mrs. Ben ben Naylor Hughes have moved on the Danville Mrs. Miriam pike, near Lancaster. Peters is visiting her brother, Mr. T. Miss Mary Kuykendall, Herring having linished the live months term of school at Shelby ville, returned home Mrs. Jarrett and children, Friday. iftera pleasant visit to Mrs. M. G Aldridge, left for their home in Broad- 31 r. John Swope, of ead. Mondav. 31illegeville, will make his home with his uncle, 3Ir. X. B. Kemper, "the en 31rs. Robert Humphrey uingycar. if ter a pleasant visit to her parents, Mr. and 3Irs. J C. Boner, returned to 3Ir. Wm. Parks Louisville Monday wife and little sons left Tuesday for Illinois, where they will make their home in the future. We wish them uccess in their new home. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the only medicine in use that meets all of ther,e reuuirements. This remedy is famous for its cures of bad colds thro out the United States and in many foreign countries. It has many rivals, but, for the speedy and permanent cure oi uau coins, stanos yiuioud peer and its splendid qualities are eve rvwhere admired and praised. For sale by R. E. 3IcRoberts, Druggist. lm BRYANTS VILLE. ill. Mis? Minnie Johnson, FRIDAY January 27, 1899 WJion you Uwvo a had 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 quick relief but effect a perma nent 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 remedythat is pleasant uid safe to take. on-gi- Br. Otto's Eorace Gtsm Balsam will cute any case of consumption if taken in time. Con sumption starts xvita a sugut congu or coia. Tills is where consumption frets its start and if you will use Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam, you will cure the couch, heal the lungs and turoat ana avoid tne most areaaea ot an diseases. couRumotion. Delar in attending to a slight coutrh may cost you your life. Large size Domes, rnce c ana sue. or sxie dy CONSUMPTION CURED, A Physician J Can Prescribe I v R. E. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, E DEALER IN R. E. McRoberts, SIONfc. T.L. Saunders bought of H. C. Fow ler, a fat hog at 3c. T. L. Saunders bought of Charley Thompson 12 barrels of corn at $1 per barrel. Peachie 3Iae the little daughter of 3Ir. and 3Irs. T. L. Saunders, has been very sick, but is better at this writ ing. Rev. W. F. Neal, will fill his ap pointment at Scott's Fork next 2nd Saturday night and Sundav and Sun day night. Lets, give him a good hear ing. The steamer, Fans City, came up last Wednesday night at about 10 clock and took down nine hogsheads of tobacco for T. L. and J. W. Saun ders. 3Iiss Alice Saddler, of Buckeye, vis James Saun ited her grand-fatheders, and other relatives here last Loyd Saunders and Lewis eek 3Iitchell attended preaching at Little Hickman, and visited the former's , 3Irs. Rebecca Scott. . 3Ir. C. Wi Mitchell and wife, visited the latters father, 3Ir. Incoe, of Han- ley, last week Brack Grow, night guard at the still house at Hickman, isited his family near here Sunday 3Irs. Emma Grow gave a social last Thursday night in honor of her many young friends 3Iiss Jewell Saunders visited relatives in Jessa 3Irs. 3Iattie Robmine, this week erts, of Little Hickman, was the guest of her sisters, 3Iesdanies T. L. Saun ders and Peachie Grow, last week 3Irs. Ajinie Stone, of Judson, visited her mother, 3Irs. John Sagersa, of Lit tie Hickman, Saturday and Sunday ...lames Clouse has returned from Cincinnati, where he had been to have his eye treated, but they couldn't do it any good, it was too far gone. r, grand-mother- Dr. Otto's Spruce Qunu I V Balsam. Formula on each package. DRUGS, FINE TOILET ARTI C 1 ES, "A woman mourns her mother-in-ladeeply when black is becoming to h jr." remarks an exchange. There is a great deal more truth than poetry in this assertion. One of the biggest fool customs on the globe is that of dressing in black over the death of a ra'ative. It is worn for a while a ve rr short while and then cast aside. What else can one infer but that "We have forgotten you now, the sadness has disappeared, and I will lay aside tid doleful garb." The exchange q loted hits the nail on the head in re faring to the "becoming" part of the foolishness. There are many who w ar it because it is "becoming God knows, its hard enough to give up a beloved relative, but to have a lot of w .ncn around dressed to represent a funeral procession adds a great and decidedlv unnecessary heartrending featur which we sincerely hope will "We swn be abolished altogether. o ice heard a man say if people believ ed firmly in their religion, they would r joiee in the death of a christian in stead of mourning it. BUCKEYE. Our village is kept well stocked with drummers. Joseph Simpson sold to Jas. Prather, of 3Iadison, six calves at $100. 3Iesdames Rufus Blakenian and Harrison Ray, are on the sick list. Reather Ray had a cow to die last week from eating sugar cane tops. Allen Tea ter bought the 3Ialinda Ward farm of twenty acres, on Mont- gomery branch, paying $11 per acre. 3Iessrs. Robt. Teater and Tom Ray, or 3Iadison, passed through here Mon day. with 14 cattle bought at Lancas ter court, paying $23 and $22 per head. Herod Ray lost a hog several weeks igo, and nad given it up as gone, but it came in a few da3s since, minus both ears, which gave it a very odd look, but it had a wonderfully increas ed hoggish appetite. 3Iiss Cates, of Spoonvillc, was with 3Iiss 3Irs. John Land, last week Lelia Ilendren, of Madison, visited Ray 3Iiss Ilattie Jones last week mond Ray went to Richmond and Kirksville, last week to viait relatives. 'I take pleasure in recommendin Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di arrhoea Remedy to all who suffer from pains in the stomach," says 3Ir. Milt 3IcKinley, editor of the Rawson(Ohio) Herald. "Until 1 used this remedy it was at times, impossible for me to be in my otlice, owing to attacks lasting from one to two days. By taking it as soon as the lirst symptoms of the at tack are felt, I no longer suffer this unpleasant sickness." For sale by R E. MeKoberts, Druggist. lm Recommended For La Grippe. f. Jackson, Danville, 111., Writes My daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe seven years ago and since then whenever she takes cold a terrible cough settles on her lungs, We tried a great many remedies without giving relief. She tried Foley's Honey and Tar which cured her. She has never been troubled with a cough since. 2oc BUENA I CURES YOUR COUGH ? Sin a day. Price, 25 R- - . c & 50c. I School Booki, Paints and Oils. E. 3IcRoberts. iimmmiimiinniimimniwi Tm: time is drawing nigh to select for the Legislature, or candidates r :ther near at hand for men to select themselves as candidates for the place. It is devoutly hoped that the people will put on their studying caps befor. deciding upon a nvm to represent Gar rard. There will be matters of the gravest importance to come l)2fore the n 'xt assembly, and none but good m n should be elected. This thing of c acting Tom, Dick or Harry has pro ven to be a bad policy, and the people should awake to the importance of the matter and send a man who is well ed ucated and informed on public matters. Any blockhead can warm the soat, but the question is will he know what will be the best to do for the people. Tick out good men, gentle men, and let Garrard's representative be a leader and not a follower. Tin: Richmond Ri:gisti:u called 3IcCreary the attention of newspaper references to him in re g.ird to his being appointed one of the commissioners to the Paris Exposition. Gov. McCrcary said he regretted that h's name had been mentioned in con n 'ction with the appointment of com nrssioners to represent the United Spates at the Paris International Ex position. While he is grateful to a few overpartial friends, who have suggest ed his appointment, he is unwilling to get- into a struggle for the place and nas not oec.i to Washington to see abT.it it and has liled no formal ap plication for the appointment and does not desire to be considered a can did-itfor the position. finnrnfiMnTTTTrr Goosey Headed Advertising Some of the business men of George town have peculiar notions about ad- ertising and some of them, for reas ons which it would puzzle a philosopher to understand, would rather give their money to a stranger than to one of their own people, when by paying it to the latter, a part, if not all of it. would come back to them. Here is a case in point: A lew weeKs ago a stranger came into town soliciting ad- rtisements to be printed on a card to be tacked up on the doors of the rooms of a hotel. He soon filled his Office, National Bank. card with customers, each one paying him probably $3 for the service. The Timei ollice printed the cards. Here the result: The Times got $2.50 for its work, the stranger cot not less than $20 clear of all expenses for less than a day's soliciting, (had the Times tried, it couldn't have secured as ma Be on the Safe Side and R. KINNIARD Insure your Tobacco. & bzOVLZ, cures your uougn in a day. v ery pleasant to take. Children cry for it. Large size bottles. A ohvsician can ore scribe Dr. Otto's Sornce Gum Balsam. The Formula is on the oackatre. Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Lillavd I DANVILLE!, KV. Pure Drugs, Fine Stationer;, t A Washington special says with the exception of Representative Gar dy the Democratic members of the PREACHERSVILLE. Kentucky delegation saw the Pres dent this morning in the interest J. H. Thompson sold two mule colts Gov. Mitch Alford, an applicant fo 3Ionday for.30. one of the Paris Exposition commis- J. F. Pettus bought fourteen sheep sionershijw. The first words the Pres idenl ssiid were: "Where is McCrca last week at $4 per head. J. L. Hutchins bought of Jas. Rob ry?" There seems to be no doubt but that the President wants to appoint erts five cattle for $75. 3Ir. 3rcCreary, and is in hopes the del J. C. Fox sold to Fox Bros., of Dan 3Iesdames Snilman and Haselden ire on the sick list. 3Ir. Rains, an old gentleman of the Mt. Hebron vicinity, is quite sick. A son of Mart Grimes died on the 2.5d inst., and was buried at 31t. Oli ct. Rev. Allen will fill his appointment it the Grove Sunday, it being the fifth Sunday. We are glad to learn that the mem ;rs of the 3rethodist church in this place have purchased new pews for the church and will have them in by the next regular appointment. 3Iiss Baker, of Lexington, is the niest of 3Iiss 31innie Arnold, this week Jonn Ualiard and family, from near your citv, visited relatives here Sunday-lohn Lea veil and daughter, of your city. vteited rehi lives here Sunday 3Irs. Hannah Sweeney is visiting her father, .1. W, Mr. B. F. Jennings and wife Poor will visit relatives in Danville this week. Mr. S. A. Fackler, Editor of the Micanopy Fla. Hust l"r. with his wife and children, suifered terribli' from La Grippe. One 31inute Cough Cure was the only remedy that helped them. acted quickly. Thousands of others use this remedy as aspecific for L Grippe, and its exhausting aftereffects Stormes Drug Store lm - For Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. For sale by a Beautiful Complexion Use Dr. R, E. McRoberts. To insure a happy new year, keep the liver clear and the body vigorous by using De Witt's Little Early Ris ers, the famous little pills for consti pation and liver troubles. Stormes Drug Store lm Keep the house plants from freezing in cold weather by placing three or four thicknesses of newspapers be tween them and the window pane. Cover a peck of refuse potatoes in the hole where you are to set your trees, and they will provide what moisture the tree may need in a dry time, and keep it alive until it gets rooted, The young pigs are pretty sure to b wintered at a loss if fed wholly or even mainly upon corn. If or of the ration is composed grain that heating and it will be quite enough. Feed for growth rather than flesh. The draft horse does the work of the farm most satisfactorily, and with less expense and worry; sells higher and more readily; costs less to get him rea dy for market; service fee is not high be costs less time and work to break him. one-thir- d one-half VISTA. egation will agree upon him. Ivinic Boone will remove his paper, the Reporter, from Somerset to 3fon ticello, where it will be called the Wayne County Record. This wi leave only one pap-- 'r in Somerset, the raragon. It is all one paper can do to make a living in any town, and wi cannot see why a second one will be wedged in, as any one of experience knows it will be a game of freeze out and one will have to die. A wasiiiugton telegram say "Representative Geor 'e 31. Davison left for his home in Stanford Saturday afternoon. Judge Davison will be Kentucky for some time on business with his contest. He thinks there is no doubt but that he will be seated early in the next con gress." connected of the entire world now breathes easier. Fred Clark has signed a Louisville baseball contract and General John B. Castleman w be honorable discharged as soon he qualifies as brigadier general. This is startling, but gratifying news to an anxious public. The population ville, six mules for $1 10 each. James Rogers bought of Bird Ma- tliena, 3 hogs at $2.0 per hundred. uncie j?iem uummins, oneot our oldest citizens, has been in poor health for the last few days. The young people has organized a Debating Society, which promises to be very interesting, which meets on Friday night of each week. John 3Iiller sold a nice horse for $70. .ionn uummins nas accepted a position with the Cleveland Lubricating Oil Co., and will be on the road soon. 3Irs. 3rartha Grimes, mother of W. P. Grimes, died in Kansas City, Saturday night and was brought back to Stanford, for interment in the Buffalo Cemetery. John Cress and wife have returned from Brodhead, where they have been for two weeks J. F. Payne and sister, 3Iiss Kate, were visiting relatives at Rowland, Saturday J. C. Siler is at home from Jellico, on business. . J. F. Cummins and wife, of Stanford, were with home folks Sunday Wm Pettus, of Brodhead, was down the first of the week on a visit. The Eagle, King of All Ilirtlg. Charles 3L Scott has been on the sick list for several days from pneu monia. There was a large crowd from this neighborhood to attend county court in Lancaster 3Ionday. Rev. C. 31. Humphreys, of Burgin preached an interesting sermon at 3It Olivet, Sunday. Wm. Christopher makes about tw business trips to Lexington every week. This is a good sign that bus! ness is getting better. Wm. Ruble and family have moved into their new dwelling, and are com fortably situated. Horrible agony is caused by Piles Burns and skin Diseases. These are immediately relieved and quickly cur edbyDe Witt's Witch Hazel Salve Beware of worthless imitations. Stormes Drug Store lm Sam Sech:-is- t has rented from Jas, B. Robinson, of this place, about three acres of good blue grass land and will cultivate same in watermelons. On Wednesday the 25th, Mr. Ben Allen and 3Iiss Dora Jsaylor, were sol omnly united in the holy 'bonds of matrimonj'. Charles Spilman, of Logana, made a business trip to this neighborhood last 3Ionday. Mrs. Katie Leavell, of Plattsburg, 3rissouri, is visiting her mother, 3Irs. .Margaret Robinson, this week. When you cannot sleep for coughing 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. 3IcRoberts, Druggists. lm Mr. EHsha Berry, of this place, says he never had anything do him so much good and give such quick relief from as Chamberlain's Pain rheumatism Balm. He was bothered greatly with shooting pains from hip to knee until he used this liniment, which affords prompt relief. B. F. Bakek, druggist St. Paris, Ohio. sale by R. E. 31c Roberts, Druggist. lm ny advertisers in a month) and the adHad they vertisers got nothing. stopped to think about it they would have known that people who come to Georgetown to buy goods do not stop over night at the hotels; if they did, tluy wouldn't read the cards, but JUiUlUlUiUiUiUlUiUilUUJUlUiUlUJUiUJUlUiUiUiUiUJii would ask the hotel clerks the best places to buy. The stranger will probably never be in Georgetown EDUCATION again. ie nas no interest in tne town, nor in any of its people. The neat litIf abslntely necessary to the yenng in an or yonng woman who would win tle sum he took away with him will success in life. This being conceded never find its way back. Another sigimportance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank t is of first nificant fact in this connection is that some of the stranger's patrons never THE BRYANT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE, KY. spend a cent with any Georgetown pa Georgetown per for advertising. Graduates of this college preferred by business houses. Write for Times. a beautiful book givlns testimonials from graduates occupy lne SHORTHAND, prominent positions all over tho United States it will be mailed to you FKEE. Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., suf TELEGRAPHY. fered agony for thirty j'ears, 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 Toilet Jlvzi'.cles. A BUSINESS BOOK-KEEPIN- g. n. McDonnell, oanville, Kentucky OF UP-TO-DA- may cash Ironical I la. If you sit in a draught the doctor JEWELRY ALL KINDS. an unknown quantity. If you have a skeleton in your closet make no bones or it. If a pneumatic tire gathers enough tacks it snows it s Hardware. A TIMELY HINT. If you prove that a woman isn't con Ton should be wise and see that vonr blood trary you prove she isn't a woman. rich and cure and vonr whole srstem out in peneciiy ueaunv conaition dt tne use ot jj If a girl doesn't appear ladylike on a Carlstedt's German Lifer Powder. Then you bike it's no fault of the wheel. will be free from malaria, tvnhoid fever, colds and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver If a man has no trials and tribula tions he is unable to appreciate Iiaj For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Spruce piness. Gum Balsam. Price 25c and 50o If a man could read his own biogra a Bottle. For sale by phy it would surprise him more than any one else. R. E. McRoberts, it for you. If it wasn't for love, hate would be ImMOflDS, REPAHtHTG UT fiLHSS ExTC. - - - - PROMPTLY - - - - DONE MCCLURE'S Sl.00 a year -- magazine -- - -- - - - IOc a copy FOR 1899 Among the special features are A New SERIAL BY RUDYARD KIPLING THE LATTER LIFE OP LINCOLN. BY MISS IDA M. TAEBELL. Henrv Waiierson's HISTORY THE NAVAL SIDE OP THE WAR, BY CAPT. MAHAN. A TELEGRAPH LIFE REAL EXPERIENCES AND ADVENTURES Contributions by the highest authorities on new developments in OPER-ATORS- 'S OF THE Spanish-America- n War. to A COMPLETE REVIEW OF OUR RELATIONS WITH SPAIN. Beginning with the Cause and Declaration of War, the author describes with enthusiasm and power every event, such as the Making of the Army and Navy, the Marvelous Battle of Manila Bay, the Blockading of Cuba, Bottling of Cervera'a Squadron and its doom, the heroic fights at Guasimas, San Juan and El Cancy. the closing in on Santiago and its surrender, the Fall of Manila and SCIENCE, INVENTION, EXPLORATION JtsmDracing articles descriptive or ,f; A Plunge in the Diving Torpedo Unsolved Problems of Astron- n J si n THE PEACE COMMISSION'S WORK. event is pretogether with a sented in over 75 full page beautiful half-tonedouble-pag- e lithograph plates in ten number of magnificent colors, representing the battles on land and sea. THE AUTHOR is a man fitted. by education, peculiarly advantageous situation and sympathetic feeling for the subject, to write the standard History of the War. THE THESE is absorbing and growing in interest. THE DEMAND is great THE CHARACTER of the book is complete and officially correct. Boat Submarine Navigation The Kite in Modern Warfare Telegraphing without Wires The Marvals of the Sea omy Life in the Deepest Mines " .T 1 T1 wild i .reary is ojotug m "c'i.v i Artie Pictures The Telectroscope by Telegraph. T7T- Z ' ITS ARTISTIC MERITS. Every SPLENDID SHORT STORIES They will come from such writers as: Er Rudyard Kipling William Allen White Hamlin Garland Stephen Crane Shan F. Bullock Robert Barr John A. Hill Cutcliffe Hyne Morean Robertson Clinton Ross Sarah Gene Jewitt Octave Thanet Sarah Elliott E. Nesbit Ellen Glasgow. FLATWOOD. is noted for its keen sight," clear and The roads have thawed out and the aistinct vision, ho are tliose persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve ground is fast settling. 3Ir. Lunceford talks of getting up for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids. Sold at 25cts singing school in his neighborhood. 3rcRobcrts Drug Store. Arch Pointer is convalescent. J. S. Anderson has moved into Tay Two facts are undisputed: Deeply lor House's tenant house on Gilbert1 plowed ground contains more water Creek. The fate of those on the yact, Paul com. Jones, is only another of the thousands than that which has been made pact by the rains; a thin covering of There was preaching Saturday and of incidents which go to show that Sunday at Good Hope by Rev. J, G, loose soil, often stirred, protects the people should stay where they belong. soil beneath from evaporation and en- - Allen, of Berea. y e never Knew n to ian tliat one Mr. Gibson visited at W. H. Furr'; longer does not regret going where he has rio rables it to retain water much than without this mulch. Usually Sunday. buisness. Rev. A. J. Pike, of Brodhead, was those who grumble most at a drouth have taken no advantage of this knowl- called by Good Hops church as pastor These are dangerous times for the edge. for this year. health. Crour, colds and throat yt. H. Furr traded a horse to James troubles lead rapidly to Consumption Thesmallest things may exert the Church for a cow and $10 worth of A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure greatest influence. De Witt's Little corn at $1.10 per bbl. delivered. used at the right time will preserve Early Risers are unequalled for overlife, health and a large amount of coming constipation and liver troubles. P24aIaNUBIAN TEA cares money. Pleasant to take: children Small pill, best pill, safe pill. sia, Constipation and Indigestion. Regulates the Liver. Price, 25 eta. Stormes Drug Store lm like it Stormes Drug Store. A LARGE ROYAL OCTAVO VOLUME OF And contains over 73 BEAUTIFUL ONE PAGE HALF TONE PICTURES of scenes and events relating to the war, including scenes in Cuba, ' Santiago, Porto Rico and the Fhillipine Is'ands. In addiillustrations, tion to half-ton- e it contains KCMEBODS DOUBLE-TAGE Tiieije is some talk of appointin more army cnapiains. if we were called upon to pass in our checks, and there was no one at hand to pray but an army chaplain, we would ask those around what messages they had to send Old Nick. 650 Pages "We shall publish a numbar of very striking stories by new writers, and also a number of those short, crisp, dramatic episodes from real life which our readers have come to know as a special feature of McClure's. THE S. S. NEW YORK CITY Mc-CLUE- COMPANY NEW YORK 200 East 25th Street LITHOGRAPHED PLATES IN representing in a highly artistic manner the LAND and NATAL BATTLES. TEX COLORS, FIBEanl LIFEIMRANCE This book is sold exclusively by subscription, but' to advertise it in each.community we will accept, orders from individuals for advanced' copies at the following prices: Navy-Blu- e sUH ceipt of price. shhhhhh I Skill Diseases. For the speedy and permanent CUTS naif, rhanm anrl orama ITItavyv berlain's Eye aad Skin Ointment it without an equal. It relieves the itch( SPRINGFIELD PIKE AND M AKIN E INSURANCE COMPANY. RQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE OF NEW YORK GO rsaiSR.- - CENTRALRECORD, LANCSTER "We Full Morocco BlnJing, Cloth Binding, $2.5a - $3.25 Delivered in any part ot H the United State unon re--1 II its continued use effects a permanent care . It also cures itch , barber's itch, scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, caafped hands, chronic son eye tmA grastnlated lids. CnmStm Pcwtof for istfe the best'toaie, blood pwriier aaatHmafaea. Pries, Sf ctafts. SeUby B.ILlfdRobert3, Dragg V, Laaeastcr ing and smarting' almost instantly and RobiDSOQ will nd the book and 'THE RECORD to any ad- &IIaiiiIteiJlgts c'CaaVs dress one year for the PRICE OF THE BOOK ALONE. OflcaoTei PoatOfiea. Lancaster, : : : Kehiucxt THE GLOBE LE We have a Suits, ""'t' -- A- - Merchant Tailor Dep't,, Connected with Our store. iww-- a iifc . XJii.d.eg"wei:. immm 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. Fi oilman A Go. CLEAItAlXL SALE! For the next 30 days we will sell any article in the house . The GLOBE. GOOD FRUIT YEAR. Danville, Kentucky, J". IB. IE -- I 5T , at a big Good Letter from ITIr. HUlenmycr Printed by Danville Advocate. Lexingon, Ky., Jar. 18. Tn so far as we may now judge, there is no re ison already placed for Spring goods. So in or- why the fruit crop of 1899 may not be We have a large order der to make room for them, we must sell our winter stock, regardless ol remembered as one of the most abundant at the close of the century. Its cost. Come in and we will give you some EXTRA BARGAINS. last decade has indeed been if barren one. Either by intense or untimely Respectfully, Phone 85 cold, by lighting rain or withering drouth, our orchards and berry plantings have failed to yield their wonted returns. But it is a long road that Rev. H. 2i. Faulconer preached at has no turning. The decade of '50 had CENTRAL RECORD. the Presbyterian churcli last Sunday. but two years of abundance, but the He was accompanied here by his wife, one succeeding was the overflowing guests of the fami- horn of plenty. January 27, 1899. and they were theMiddlesboro News. FRIDAY ly of R. C. Ford. Many factors enter into the making Mr. W. S. Myers, of Crab Orchard of great fruit crops. One of the most ooooooooooooooo was here this week. He was a resi- important of these is the character of dent of Lancaster for many years, and the preceding summer, and that of older citizens remember him quite 1838, by reason of its heat and humid ity, well. He was kept busy shaking hand favored the development of fruit-bud- s with old friends, who were delighted of perfecfvitality. Nothing has thus far injured these. There was nearly a Miss Anna Tsocl, of Danville, spent to see him. perfect failure of the tree fruits last last week in this city. Ed Walton, of the Stanford Journal year, and our orchards, so to say are Tom Bush, of Texas, has been vitit-in- g was mingling with the court day bubbling over with the unexpended crowd here. He was not very well, family. Dr. Bush and energies of enforce rest. The bush but trudged around through the cold Mrs. A. II. Bice left this week for ind mud all day hunting delinquent fruits never promised better. Nashville, to spend a month. The maximum of cold is always subscribers. People would soon see and we are Col. D. B. Collier was here the first there is little money in the newspaper passed by business if thej would consider the pretty certain not to be injured by of the week from Frankfort. a paper is sent for about the winter's frost. What untimely or Messrs. Boberts and Allen, of Dan- fact that cost of printing it, and a man has to blighting circumstances may nip our ville, were visitors here Sunday. go all the timesick or well, rain or hope later on can of course not be deMiss Eva Grant, of Danville, has shine, to collect what ought to be paid termined. The many saturating rains been visiting relatives in this city. in advance. Ed is one of the few who of last summer and fall depleted the eduction NOEL SISTERS T. S. Miller was called to Mt. Vernon to see his father, who is quite low. Mrs. Lane, ofBuena Vista, visited her sister, Mrs. J. I. Hamilton, Monday. Mr. Williams, of Campbellsville, spent Sunday with his son, W. I. Williams. Frank B. Marksbury left Sunday for Louisville to enter Bryant & Stratton College. Miss Mary Robertson, of Elizabeth-towis the guest of her cousin, Mrs. Wm. II. Cook. Samuel R. Harris, of Louisville, visited his parents, Mr. E. W. Harris and wife, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Lackey attended the funeral of Mrs. Gabe Lackey, at Stanford, Tuesday. Miss Stella Ballou, of Stanford is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bal- lou, Richmond avenue. Mrs. George M. Patterson and little daughter, Grace Helen, have been to Cincinnati, for a few days. R. A. Stone and family visited his Brother, O. P. Stone and family, of Nfcholasvillc, last Sunday. Miss Lena Bright has returned from Brannon, and reports her little niece, Georgia Barnes Doty, better. Mrs. George R. Harden, who has been Mrs. J. W. Grant's guest, has returned to her home in Covington. Miss Sallie Lee Prewitte, of Kirks-villis visiting the families of J. B. Sanders and R. A. Stone this week. Miss Lilly Noelhas had a relapse and is quite sick again. Mrs. Noel is also very sick. Miss Sallie is some better. Danville Advocate. e, Steve Teater. of Stanford, has accepted a position at the Hamilton House, and is doing tall hustling in bringing the drummers his way. Mrs. J. C. Hemphill entertained Uie Social Club Wednesday afternoon, Quite a great deal of interest is taken in this club, judging from the mem' bers that attend. Pleise S Remember that my ac counts are Due, and it is absolutely. Hicissary That I have the money This notice is for Every body who owes me. Wu Sallii TilUtt My wife had a severe case of La Grippe three years ago and it left her BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY with a very bad cough. She tried a for bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar and Lani Surveyor aoi it gave immediate relief. One bottle Now we AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO cured her cough entirely. Cuba. are never without a bottle of this won" Miles City Stock Growers' Journal: derful Cough Medicine in the house The Wyeth-Brow- n KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS cattle company 25. and 50c. rave sold their entire herd of cattle and brand to C. J. Ilysham, of Red Short History Of Spanish Var Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights Oak, Iowa. The sale includes all stock, together with 1899 calves, and of decadence and of Pythias, meets every Thursday Four centuries the price is $33 all round. First deliv maladminstration had left Spain night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis-itin- g ery to be made at Sheridan, on Aug nearly shorn of possession on Western Knights are fraternally invitust 1. shores. Cuba, goaded to desperation ed. G. B. Swixsbroad C. 2 by accumulated wrongs and inpired Remedy Chamberlain's Couch in E. Robixson, K. R. & S. toward selfassertion by the illustrious Chicago. never complains, and never wearies in number of injurious insects, and from Ilisgen Bros., the popular South Side example of the United States, hadG'Jth-s- t. The world would be bet the ravages of these we are comparacorner druggists, and struck repeatedly for liberty. In Febter off, in many ways, if we had more tively safe. But these same conditions Wentworth-av.- , say: " We sell a great nary, 1895 began the insurrection, that favored that low form of life that manSuccessor to Lacksy & Galley. people like Ed Walton. deal of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in due time, won her her freedom. prosecuttles the blushing cheek of apple, and and find that it gives the most satis The unchivalrous warfare The Danville Advocate prints the peach with disfiguring blotches of scab factory results, especially among chil ed by Spain in Cuba culminated in a First-Clafollowing concerning a former Lancas and blight. These reflections are dren for severe colds and croup. For policy of concentration, under which ter man: After several years of Al equally true of our grass and grain sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm the inhabitants were horded in the for most continuous traveling for The tified towns, without adequate proStandard Rubber Corporation, of Broc- - fields, affecting equally the wider inter vision, resulting in shocking inhuYea, Verily. ton, Mass., JUr. George ll. uruce, or ests of our general agriculture. Danville, has resigned his position to It takes a rich man to draw a cheek, manities and wholesome death. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, II. F. HlLLENMEYEB. take a much needed rest. The coma pretty girl to draw attention, ahorse Outraged public sentiment in the pany at once offered to elect him its REASONABLE PRICES to draw a cart, a porous plaster to United States at length began' to act, Treasurer at an advanced salary, with La Grippe is again epidemic Every an office position. He accepted condi precaution should draw the skin, a toper to draw a cork, President McKinley decreed that a be taken to avoid tionally, and, on yesterday received a a free lunch to draw a crowd and an remedy be found, and appealed toi the telegram saying that all conditions it. Its specific cure is One Minute SPECIAL ATTENTION'TO advertisement in your home paper to people for aid for starving Cubans. would be complied with and to come Cough Cure. A. J. Sheperd, PublishRelief poured in, but was resented by draw trade. Richmond Register. once. Mr. Bruce will leave er Agricultural Journal and adver East at TRAVELING MEN proud, sovereign Spain. Riots ensued. for Brocton this week. Mrs. Bruce A damp cloth dipped in common so and Howard will remain in Danville tiser, Elden Mo., says: "No one will da will brighten tinware. Rub brisk 17iTT should know that" FOLEY'S The battleship Maine was sent to be disappointed in using one Minute until their home on Hrrrodsburg ave 1UU HONEY TAR is absolutely Havana to protect American interest. ORGANIZED 1883. nue Is disposed of. The btandard Cough Cure for La Grippe." Pleasant ly and dash hot water over it. the best remedy for all diseases of the Her destruction, with great loss of life Company is one of the leading exclus to take, quick to act. A single raw potato left over may be exposion evidently PITIZENS NATIONAL Chest or Lungs. Dealers are from an external ive rubber clothing establishments in BANK, peeled, cut into quarters, and used as Throat, Stormes Drug Store lm New England and besides the mill authorized to guarantee it to give sat not accidental, led to open rupture be OF LAS0ASTE3. ST. a garnish for a cold meat dish. U and main office at Brocton, has branch isfaction in all cases. lm tween Spain and theUnited States. houses In Boston, Jnew York and St, miserable. Congress appropriated .$50,000,000 for Iced coffee with whipped cream on Louis. The advancement or Mr. a. The roads in the county are in mis top, served in sherbet glasses, is popnational defense, and unprecedented to so important a position is not only This Ih So. Capital, $50,000 high honor, but a merited one. erable condition and travel is greatly ular at receptions or five o'clock teas. The horrible news comes from Kan war preparations went on The United While the people of this community impeded. In some places the mud is demanding - sas that a young man climed a com States sent its ultimatum Surplus Fuid 10,000 Frank Holtzclaw sold to Robcongratulate him, they will very much almost up to the hubs. The almost recently to see how the ears were that Spain withdraw from Cuba which regret to lose so excellent a family. continual rains duriner the fall and Gulley 10 nice cattle at $25.00 per head stalk now the corn is unheeded, brought on war in fact along, and winter are the cause of this trouble, Henry Cox sold a sow and pigs to W. getting up BUSINESS SOLICITED. growing faster than he can climb April 21 1898. War considerations to a great extent. The water washed H. Kinnaird for$13,00. the anncxition of the Dancers Of The Grip down. Three men have undertaken to hastened Carefal and Prompt AtteotloB Gaarastitd gravel and "packing" away, and, The latest development of the art of owing to rapid growth Hawaiian Island to the United States. The greatest danger from La Grippe the as nothing but dirt was left, of course advertising has appeared in Sweden. cut down, but is of its resulting in pneumonia. If it is feared that they will not succeed Spain's entire fleet in the East was J. X. IIieeiNBOTHAM Preslde&i the wheels soon churned it into soft The advertisers have actually captur-- " in time to prevent the young reasonable care Is used, however, and mud. man's annihilated at Manila by Dewey's Y. Lzavxll. It will take a big pile of money ed the backs of the Swedish national starvation. He is subsisting on raw squadron; Shatter's army, in a bloody liwis Hudson Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, 8. F. Cuhier to get the roads in shape when the bank note. till danger will be avoided. Among corn and has already thrown down campaign, forced Santiago to evacuate; ff. O. RiottKT Awistant Caih'i weather does open up. Sampson's fleet destroyed Cevera's, C. D. the tens of thousands who have used Combined receipts at Chicago, St. four bushels of cobs, and it is now Walk ib Bookkeeper this remedy for la grippe we have yet Louis, Kansas City and Omaha, for thought that his supply is almost ex attempting to escape from Santiago Coughed 85 Yeara. DIRECTORS: to learn of a single case having resulted year hausted. When the men began the harbor; and the fight was pushed into the year so far compared with a I suffered for 25 years with a cough, ago show a decrease of 50,000 cattle attemt of cutting down the stalk, Porto Rico. Spain sued for peace, a J.M.HlBGINBOTHAK, LXWIl in pneumonia which shows conclusively T.LSATUL, and spent hundreds of dollars with and 13,000 hogs. they were able to converse with the jsroctocol was signed August 12, and a I.B.JOHIUOH. that this remedy is a certain preventive T.X.A1NOLD, doctors and for medicine to no avail commission met at Paris to couclude 3.C. Akmold, B. 7. Hudion. of that dangerous disease. It will The time is near at hand, when far young man by means of a speaking the terms of peace. The Uneted ilxx.qlbbi, j.j.wxlxxb cure la grippe in less time than any until I used Dr. Bell's mers will begin to select the stallion trumpet and couldsee him plainly with Jaoob Y.Robik. other treatment. It is pleasant and ey. It has saved -my life, J. C. Rosell, they wish to breed to next season. Re- a pair of field glasses. Now, however, States by this war vindicated liberty, earned outpost for itself in Atlantic McRoberts Drug and safe to take. For sale by R. E Grantsburg, 111.member in making your selection that although he is climbing down ward to and Pacific, cemented factions at home the best of his ability, he has disap McRoberte. lm Store. the draft horse is in demand. R. KINNAIRD'S eared from view in the skies, and the and forced the respect of nations ab Bf canine of "Car Load." Coughing injures and inflames sore only evidence that he is still on the road. Ex. He Might Noi Need It Very often you desire to know what lungs, One Minute Cough Cure loosens stalk is the occasional falling of a-- cob One of the rules for getting rich Is 'Don't Tell Theiu Where You constitutes a car load. Well, naste the cold, allays coughing and heals from above which usually penetrates Found Me.' to buy nothing unnecessary. Kepresentiag Orer The above is the. name of a new song "Were you able to sell old Billions a this in your hat and you will have an quickly. The best cough cure for the earth about eight feet. Ex Stormes Drug Store issued on the following incident: The change. lot?" asked the superintendent of the answer handy. It is 70 barrels of salt, children. . -99 of flour, 66 of whisky, 200 sacks of Rev. Thos. Delaney, when Chaplain of cemetery. The annual export of American hor a large State Penitentiary, while pass The agent shook his head, ne was flour, 10 cords of wood, 18 to 20 head of ses is increasing each year. Years In the following Fire Insurance ing through the Hospital Ward was afraid he might not get the full value cattle, 50 to 60 head of hogs, 90 to 100 ago, horses were imported, but today head of sheep, 5,000 feet of boards 17,- - they are exported. Foreigners are be called to the bedside of a dying convict Companies of it," he explained. The la3t words of this unfortunate 'But a man has got to die some 000 feet of siding, 13,000 feet of floor ginning to learn the value of American 2Etaa of Hartferd. Ing, 42,000 shingles, you do not less of bred horses. youth were: "Father, I see Caa Prescribe time!" exclaimed the superintendent. know me, but you know me well and "That's what I told him, but he joists, scantlings and other large tim Qaeea of Anerica. We nope we snail never have any my family, I will die I pre only answered 'Suppose I should be lost bers, 300 bushels of corn, 400 bushels potato kings; ITatleaal ef Hartfert. let every farmer grow a of wheat, 600 of oats, 156 of flax seed pared his soul's exit into eternity and at sea.' " 200 of apples, 350 of Irish potatoes and patch a little larger than he needs of whilst his hands were clasped in mine Pkealx ef Breeklja. family demand. When a few his own 3,000 of bran. Exchange. An Ilonest Medicine for La Grippe. his last request was made: "In my dy Hartford ef Hartferd. are grown on every farm the expense George W. Waittof South Gardiner, ing moment promise me what I will of distribution is eliminated. Far Me., says: " JUhave had the worst ffaachester of Emg laad. For ImGrlppe. ask." .1 here gave him my word; he mer's Home Journal. cough, cold chins and grip and have then revealed his parentage who & Co., 240 Thomas Whitfield Ccaaectleat ef Hartford, Fonmda oa each package. taken lots of trash of no account but Wabash-av- ., thought him dead. "Now give me corner Jackson-st.- , In butter making everything is beone of fferta British aad Merekaatlfo. profit to the vendor. Chamberlain.s Chicago's oldest and most prominent ing sifted down to a business proposiyour word that you will send my body Cough Remedy is the only thing rthat druggist recommends Chamberlain's tion.. Dairymen make more 'money CURES YOUR COUGH home, but don't tell them where you 4eraia Aai(iaa af 5ew Terk. found me." I sent the body home to has done any good whatever. I have Cough Remedy for la grippe, as it not now than in the days when butter was JN A another State, but they never knew LiTerpeel aad aad tiMb. used one bottle and the chlllr, only gives a prompt and complete higher because of more scientific meth where I fobnd him. The Groene cold and grip have left me. I congrat relief, but also counteracts any ten ods, more creameries, more summer I alio represent the old reliable Publishing Co., 32 E. Fifth Music Price, 25 & 50c ulate the manufacturers of anhonest dency of la grippe to result "in pneu summer crops raised and better cows Street. Cincinnati, Ohio, will send the above song to any address for 20 cents New Yark Life medicine." For sale by R. E., McRobV mouia. For sale by 'R. E." McRoberts kept. in silver or stamps, regular price 50 erts. lm A press dispatch announces that far B. E. McRoberts, cents. well-doin- to 2,000 barrels of corn delivered in March or April, 1899. Jno. W. Miller, Mgr, Pilgrimage Distillery Co. C. W. Anderson bought of Jno Conn 10 140 lb shoats at 3 cents. W. R. Cook bought of G. A. Swine broad 8 1001b shoats at 3cts. Henry Cox sold to Ralph Arnold 10 751b shoats at $1.75 per head. Josh Adams bought of Crit Eubanks ten cattle at $32.50 per head. Dave Thompson sold to Shelby of Boyle 8 aged mule for $500.00. G. A. Swinebroad sold Jesse Dots 20 head of yearlings at $23,50 per head Lemons will keep for weeks if placed in a stone jar and covered with water. Ballard Bros, sold to G. A. Swine broad twenty late yearlings at $22 per head. Cooper, of Pulaski, sold to Thomps Arnold ten long yearlings at $30 per head. Randolph&Moore sold to Clay Arnol 10 head of nice yearlings' at $30.00 per head. Frank Walker, the famous starter, favors the heat system of racing. G. A. Swinebroad sold to T. B. Walker 48 choice calves at $21.75 per head. Joe McCormack sold to Coffee of Lincoln 22 head of calves at $15.00 per head. Thirteen eggs are considered a sit ting, though man- - breeders ire now giving fifteen. Josh Adams bought of W. G. & C. W. Anderson fourteen cattle at 4 cts per pound While the turkey's natural life is only ten years, the goose sometimes lives to fifty years. I will give Ss- PAINT LICK. arming rate. Whole herds have in some instances been wiped out. Ex pert veterinarians who have examined them say the disease is caused by cattle eating blasted corn, or corn ergot. left on the stalks in the field where the cattle were turned in. A White Mark. 1 Save Your Corn for me. mers in the neighborhood of Madison, $1.50 per barrel for 1,000 Ind., are losing their cattle at an al- HAND MADE BUGGIES BUCKBOARDS Rubber Tires Foley's Kldnoy Cure r sparatlon for all diseases. The propr Medicine guarantee unded Do they mark 7 Fort Worth just compiled shows there are now 120,000 head of cattle being fed for market on the line of the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe railroad. The majority of these cattle are destined for is a perfectly reliable Kidney and Bladder ietora of tbl3 Great it or the money Lingering La Grippe Cough Cured. deserve a white Mr. G. Vacuek, 157 Osgood St., lm Reporter: A statement Chicago. Repairing of All Kinds. J. X. DUNN, NOTARY PUBLIC, Apt W. H. LACKEY, s LIVERY STABLE. Pine-Tar-H- J. Insurance Agency S57.COO.OCO A Physician one-ha- lf Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam. -- DAYjjjjj lad lusttrwa OOMPAITT. fit 1 SlSs.& L A WW & to Here is one of those who are either so prejudiced against all advertised remedies, or h.ave become discouraged at the failure of other medicines to help them, and who will succumb to the grim destroyer without knowing of the wonderful value of Foley's Honey and Tar for all Throat and Lung . Ninety per cent, of all sickness l.s caused by food not being1 properly digested, It creates poisons and poca into your blood and then 70 u are DIGEST YOUR FOOD. 21.- - Geo. liable to almost any disease the baman system Wright, a shoemaker, 50 years of age, is heir to. Uso Dr. Carlstcdt's German Liver Powder and watch the results. Yon will feel and a bachelor, living in his shop at the after taking: one dose. Give it Morningview, Ky., was cremated at an a trial and be convinced. Price 25c. Butler Statiox,. Burned in Hi Shop. Ky., Jan. LA GRIPPE Doctors Can't FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR cures Cure It! Contagious blcod poison is absolutely beyond the skill of tho doctors. They may dose a patient for years on their mercurial and potash remedies, but he will never be rid of the disease ; on tha other hand, his condition will grow steadily worse. S. S. S. is the only cure for this terrible affliction, because it 13 the only remedy which goes direct to the cause of the disease and forces it from the system. j - ft fft THE DEATH OF TOM LANSING. X11 I..qut-st w.Teoshal Catf!e(Hog3 Lexixgtox, Ky., Jan. 20. Five of the seven messenger boys in the local service of the Weslern Union Telegraph Wli.u ompany walked cut Tuesday. The ause of the strike is a dispute between Loi'tsvir.i.K, Ky., Jan. 24. It is prob-nbl-e Receiving Clerk Roger Nichols and that 1:0 inquest will bcb?ll to de- Messenger Oll'e Lloyd as to tlm termine what eaus-ethe dcsith of Tom amout due the latter fof the carrying of Lansing-the pugilist wlio was knock- a message. ed out a few weeks ago by John Uoot, Th- - S'rr N't .b imloiird. Chief of Police Haager of Chicago. LoL'isvn.r.K. Ky.. Jan. 25. Saunders advances a novel reSson for nun action. Jones has received an ther telegram "I have "no proof that Lansing's redeath was caused by a blow,"' said he, from his brother Lawrence, who "and besides, what would be the use? lates that the search for the Paul Lansing was a fighter. That was Janes will not be abandoned beforo Then he expects to start his business. He was hurt while work- Thursday. ing at his trade. Many similar cases north with Mayor Taggavt unless some tidings are received in the meanhave been tried and all those who time to xrolong their stay. 1 do not were accused were acquitted. thin; anv aetion i necessary.'' IVnnli" DiiTtirr. Lorisvn.i.r. Ky.. Jan. 2ii. Collector Threw II.liKt-.- f Front f Train. Sapp said Tuesday that he had heard Ittm.Kit, Ky., Jan. 24. A. G. Hull, three women had been sent here from CtT, committed suicide Monday morning Washington to investigate alleged irby deliberately throwing himself in regularities in the internal revenue deL. fcX. southbound front of an partment. The women, however, can train at tlr road crossing, jtnt not be found. They are purposed to fcouth of Cruiser creek. The train was in di running at full speed. Engineer llob-c- rt be the secret service j a ment. Gray was in charge of the engine IVIij- Thi--r Let Him G and did all in his power to stop the Coxstaxox, Ky., Jan. 20. The resitrain, but could not do so until the en- dence- of Walter Garrett and G. W. tire train had passed over Hull. He Gordcn were robbed. Garrett and his was literally cut to pieces, his head son c; tight the thief with the plunder and both anus being cut off. and s a 'cd f.ir the jail with him. He cried so pitcously that they let him go. Kirpirrr Wau:.-i:i I.stil!er.r. He was a'.ou 45 e rs old. Lkxingto.v. Ky., Jan. 20. A receiver Til Dncliir N I npl:c itf'l. is ashed for in a suit by the Harris-bur- g Loxdox. Ky., Jan. 20. In the pre(i'a.) Trust Co.. against the James E. Pepper Distilling Co. Judge liminary tii.il of Attorney E. K. WilJsarr. of the United States court, will son, charged with killing Miss Mary hoar the case Saturday. It is alleged Cloycl, a hotel girl, by an attempted that the company did not start a sink- open t;cn. it was shown that Drs. Fosing fund nor pay taxes, as it agreed to ter and Maton wore not implicated. do. The defense claims that the plaintI - at s.ii. .if tvii iff:-, have no interests in the concern, Ky.. Jan. 2. The grand it having sold out to Mrs. Pepper. jury at this term of the Wolfe circuit court reported 40 indictments. Most II Cnctf! FRAXKror.T, Ky., Jan. 2!. Father of them are for illegal sale of whisky. Thomas of this city, gave Gov. THEIR WAGES IKCRESSD. Uradley 10.50 wh'ch had been sent to him by a priest f;o:n a distant part of Demands nf ilin Stat the state to be turned over to the con Tho Teler pilar-- , on the Iv tin , J'. & G. and C science fund of the state. It had been ltuilro.nl Arc tl .;ii:o1. given to the priest by the man whose conscience was hurling him, with the Kansas Citv. Mo., Jan. 20. The starequest that it Le forwarded to Frank- tion agents and telegraphers on the fort, as he was not entitled to tho lines of the Kansas Cily. Pittsburg Ss money. Gulf R. R. north of Kansas City have been granted their demands for better Krsilucty I'mlinKtrn. The grievance committee Vapiiii;gtox, Jan. 21. The follow- wage-ing fourth-clas- s postmasters were com- which laid the claims of the men bemissioned in Kentucky Friday: Cogs- fore the general otlicials of the comwell, liov.p.n county. M. L. Tabor; Du- pany have been promised that the val!, Scott county, V. A. Richardson; wages of :C0 operators and agents inLeeport, Trimble county, Richard Fer- volved will be increased S10 per month. ris; Limestone; Carter county, A. M. IJ!st urli:c Continue. Lewis; Lodiburg, ISrccki ridge county, Athkxp, Jan. 20. The seismic disAVm. H. Hardin: Monticello, , "tVaj-uturbances which began on Sunday in count', Hattie Tucsrlc. the provinces f the Palopcnusus still continue, but arc much slighter. The Workman Lost an Kvc. latest reports from the earthquake Coxstaxck, Ky., Jan. 23. Jones district show that the town of 2usa, in Peeno, working at the Jones Dessicat-ji- g the department of Messinia, seven Co., was struck in the eye by a miles west of Kalamata, has been Doartl. which knocked it on'.. Dr. A. greatly damaged. In the province of Murat dressed the wound. Kyparrissia five villages have been " completely destroyed. lie IlelU To Determine Caused II a DemUc Novel IS uiii Therefor. Will 111 : . i ncr Ti y' Strikr. Amcl Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cures early hour Friday morning. Your Cough. Just the Medicine Messingshlager, who was sleeping in for Children. the shop with Wright, escaped, badly . Tor'sale by burned about the head and face while . R. E. McRoberts, trying to Teldase his friend from burning timbers that had fallen on him. VICTIMS REPORTED DEAD. Gnrbel ll(ff:ni Ills Cmnpalsfit. Leranox, Ky., Jan. 24. Before an Several Ciiups of Aslat c I.rprn.y.N ar enthusiastic crowd of democrats from Ky. Tim Authorities Have Marion and adjoining counties at the Nut Been Noi O d. courthouse State Senator William Goe- W11.1.IAMSTOWX, Ky., Jan. 23. A re- bel Monday afternoon launched his port comes fiom Cordova, a village ir candidacy for the governorship of Kenthe eastern part of this county, that tucky. near that village there are several cr.PoMm-isterscases of what is known as Asiatic Washington, Jan. 24. The following that some of tlie victims have fourth-clas- s postmasters for Kentucky been afflicted for years, and one or .two were appointed Monday: Cottonburg, it. The reason Madison county, C. S. Cotton; Detroit, have recently died of given for the disease having run Hart "county, Alexander C. Noc; Hickthe victims of ory Flat, Simpson county, James E. so long without it having been isolated are that Kerley; Ninevah, Anderson county, attended John R. Sawyer; Redhouse, Madison has 110 doctor who any of the patients has ever been able county, James L.IJowell. to give a correct diagnosis of it. -- A Wnntft the Place Asaln. resident of Mason states that the reFrankfort, Ky.. Jan. 24. H. S. Irport was brought to th.it place that Mrs. Wm. Abncr. one of the victims, win, present member of state railroad was so far advanced with the disease commission from this district, was hero that it was thought she would die very Monday and formally announced his subject to soon. The authorities have received candidac3r for no intimation of the state of affairs up the republican convention. Co.lar Bone Urokeri. to the present time. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 23; Charles L. FOUGHT WITH A BURGLAR. Railley, master trainer of fancy park and high school saddle horses, had his PiUcUy I.ouiiville You Woman ISeat a collar bone broken by an obstreperous ie;ro With a I'oUrr-liat- tle Took animal at Springhursl Sunday. ' a, . 11 LA GRIPPE and prevents PNEUMONIA LINGERING IT HEALS THE LUNGS AND STOPS THE RACKING COUGH USUAL TO LA GRIPPE. RECOMMENDED FOR LA GRIPPE. LA GRIPPE COUGH CURED. MR. O. VACII.VR. 157 Osgood St.. Chicago. My wife h'd a severe case of La Grippe three years ago and It left her with a very bad cough. She tried a bottle of Foley's Honev and Tar and It gave immediate relief. One bottle cured her cough entirely. Sow we are nevei without a bottle of this wonderful Cough Medicine In the house. I was afflicted with Blood Poison, and the N. Jackson, Danville, 111. Writes; 'My best doctors did me no good, though I took daughter had a severe attack of La Grippe their treatment faithf- seven ytar s ago and since then when she ully. In fact, I seemed takes cold a terrible cough settles on her to get worse, all the while. I took almost lungs. We tried a great many remedies every blood without giving relief. She trlrd Foley's remedy, but they dldnot Honey and Tar which cured her. She ha seem to reach the disease, add had no eSect never been troubled with a cough since." whatever. I was disheartened, for it seemed that I would never be -cured. At the advice ol friend a K H anilI then took H 1fnn tnln. 5 continued the urove. medicine, and it cured me comnletely. build ing up my health and Increasing my appetite. was ten years ago, I have nevei Although this yet had a sign of the disease to return. W.R. Newman. IS Staunton, Va. T IS GUARANTEED. 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Negro burglar, who broke into the residence of Mrs. Rebecca Slade, 710 Lucas place, was given such a warnr reception by Miss Lcttie Slade, daughter of the matron of the house, that he was glad to break out again. Mrs. Slade and her daughter were awakened by the noise the buiglar made in trying to pick a lock. Mrs. Slade screamed, but her daughter jumped out of bed, and, seizing a poker, started for the Negro. He blew out the light and the young woman and the burglar had a hand to hand conflict, in which Miss Slade landed several blows on the tacc of the Negro. He finally broke away from the young woman and jumped out of the window. Ky., Jan. 20. A Louisville, Kmituc ;y Contract Co. I .corporated. Ky., Jan. 24. The International Contract company, of Louisville, was incorporated Monday morn- Frankfort, DISLIKE UMBRELLAS. Route, with its rail and CRESCENT steamer Connections, line to Florida points. Service JUDGE JAMES P. TARVIN. Ho Will lie Ilcomcd liy the Democratic Convent ion for V ce l'risideut of the United States. lr 111. Jan. 21. Judge James P. Tarvin, of Covington, president of the Ohio Valley Bimettalic league, according to democratic leaders, will be boomed by the democratic state convention for vice president next year. Judge Tarvin has been prominent in the silver cause for several years. In addition to the strength which will come to him by reason of his position at the head of the Ohio Valley league, the Tarvin managers believe the fcouthern vote and adjoining northern states will be brought into line for him. He is one of the ablest speakers in the south. Ky., Frankfort, -. Furniture Compiny Fail. Louisvili.k, Ky., Jan. 21. The John Ethcridge Furniture Co. made an assignment Friday afternoon to John Hyatt. The Etheridge Co. is a well known concern and had a store at 324 West Market street and a factory at 154:; West Market street. Assets and liabilities are about 55,000 each. John 11 Castleman. IIarrodsburg, Ky., Jan. 23. Brig. Gen. John E. Castleman arrived here from Atlanta. lie will go on to New York. He is traveling in the interest of an insurance company. Gen. Hrl;. 11 e Family Accidentally Poisoned. &Tco Commission Merchants, UNION STOCK YARDS, - - - CINCINNATI, O. 1 11 form? ti on regji nil i:g i vc stock cl i?er-- f ully fin nished. Consign your stock direct to lis. Thone J. W. Sparks, his wife and two children were accidentally poisoned by eating arsenic in bread. Some rat poison, a mixture of arsenic and corn meal, had I'Voiu :. Itifter. been prepared. A new cook was Moxtpkuek. O.. Jan. 20. John Tayand not knowing of the poison lor, a respected citizen of Kunkle, O., in the meal made bread of it. All have committed suicide by hanging Tuesday recovered except Mrs. Sparks, who is forenoon. He had been despondent Etill in a serious condition. and may not have been in his right lie Wan Can slit. mind. His wife on going to the barn was horrified at seeing him suspended Owextox, Ky., Jan. 23. Gayle Estes, by a rope about his neck to a rafter. colored, it is charged, broke into KemConey Island Jockey club's grounds per, Ransdell & Co.'s drug store Friday night and was caught. He is in jail. will be the finest in the world. Once before he was arrested for breakCUBAN OIL BtettiM Cuts, Burns, Bruises, cure, ing into the store, but was released beC 3S13.B cause of insufficient proof. He has and Sores. Price, 25 cents served one term in the pen. 23. Rhea-matis- Niciiolasville, Ky., Jan. Why Oil.ikln Coat, or "Slickers,' llccumc I'oitnlnr In Car- ing with a capital stock of 10,000. lionnlc, Colorado. Gov. Urndtey at Horn. "Gamblers are notoriously supersti Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 20. Gov. tious," said a veteran sport who is Bradley returned Thursday night staj-inin New during the win from his vacation and resumed the du- ter races, "and Orleans a thousand stories are ties of chief executive. Acting Gov- told of their eccentricities in that line ernor Worthington will return to his The queerest thing that I know perhome at Greenup Friday. sonally to be a fact occurred in 1878 in a Colorado mining camp called Carbon I. Xi ctou Fall Mfetin?. woolly, place and ate. It was a Lexington, Ky., Jan. 21. The local practically run wildr tough element. by the trotting association denies the pub- Of course there was plenty of gambling, lished report that it is a member of tho and one evening a stranger carrying an western circuit and says that the fall umbrella walked into a place where a meeting, October 3 to 14, will be held icro outfit was in full blast. "Happening to notice that one of the independent of all circuits. ribs of the umbrella was sprung he Rrv. Sam Jones at Hopkinsvllle. thoughtlessly opened it right over the noPKiNSViLLE, Ky., Jan. 23. The head of a plainer. The man glared Union tabernacle was filled to around, and, whipping out a pistol, Sunday morning when Rev. shot the stranger dead. He was arrest Sam Jones, of Carterville, Ga., the ed and taken before a jvangelist, opened the first service of judge.who was also proprietor "of a keno :he ten- days' meeting. He lectured at room. The prisoner admitted the deed. but pleaded extreme provocation. The Madisonville Sa.turdav cveninir; opening of the umbrella over the head Warrant for Alleged Lobbyists. of one who is playing faro, he explained, knew, a hoodoo for Louisville, Ky., Jan. 20. Warrants wa6, asi everj-bodout Tuesday morning by life and doomed its victim to a career bf uninterrupted disaster. The only Detective Martin Donahue against Goldsmith, D. Elliott Kelly, C way to remove the curse was to instant-- y sla3 the owner of the umbrella. The 2. Owsley and Hewitt Gr.een and Mrs. jndge listened with sagacious nods and Alice Montgomery, the alleged telethen sent- for a number of hoodoo ex phone lobbyists. The warrant charges perts in other words, the principal criminal conspiracy" to bribe memgamblers in town. They turned pale bers of the Louisville general couneiL at the verj- - mention of umbrellas and Mrs. Montgomery is already under ardeclared on oath that such an episode rest on a warrant sworn out by Cimi-3tt-i, as the one described would undoubted the conncilman on whom she ly blight anybody's entire life. "Only two courses were open in such tried to work. a case suicide or manslaughter. The The V ctim of a Juke. magistrate charged the jury that they MiDDLEsiioROUGii, Ky., Jan. 26. An- were the sole judges of the facts and derson Wood is dead at Knuckles, this the hoodoo, and they promptly returned jounty, the victim of a practical joke. a verdict of justifiable homicide. After Monday night, while Albert Shumate that umbrellas became unpopular in was on his way home from a dance, Carbonate, and oilskin coats, or 'slick Wood and three companions thought ers,' as they are called in the west, en to scare Shumate, and jumped out of joyed a great boom." St. Louis Globe some bushes and demanded his money. Democrat. Fate of n Literary Man. Shumate fired on the supposed robbers, An old man. with proud, pale face and instantly killing Wood, and then fled. Tuesday morning, when told of his white hair under a skull cap. may often awful mistake, Shumate left home and be seen in parliamentary committee rooms. He talks with bumptiou; town has not since been heard of. councillors and railway managers, and whispers tocounsel at thebar. Thisisthe The Trial Postponed. a firm of parliamentary igentv Louisville, Ky., Jan. 20. The S25, head of who men conduct private bill and 000 damage suit of Col. John II. 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