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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 16, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899021601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 16, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. " - - VW ' W J ft 0 s ?3 "1 iy r - NINTJI YEAR. , Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second Cla$ ilatter.l ' . P0BLSS ' i LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY , . I jQ899. NU3IBER44 lSSS?3 Bargains.!) i Steel hatchet 14 rr Pretty Hosiery at Joseph See away-at a 1 u a nncMivinc See the fine shoes cigar. r Bargains in Clocks at Thompson's S. Gaines the CookSn Joseph auge to, be given Fresh oysters daily at G. Carpets in the roll. J. A. Beazley & Co. Lovely hosiery 25c 15c Smoke the at Joseph's at Joseph's Lancaster. Prettiest Ginghams evershownin New stock of composition books and Thompsons. tablets at J. Joseph qt Dish Pan Coal bucket & Shovel 17c Toilet Set, 3 pieces. . . 98c Wash Bowl & Pitcher 35c Steel Skillet Oil Heating Stoves.- 19c 4.50 Wood and Coal Stove com- bined, 43 pieces ware, $11. J. R. HASELDEN. Col. W. G. Welch, Stanford. A Proctor Knott cigar brings .joy to Clover, Timothy, Blue Grass, OrchDuring the coal famine several parthe smoker. at u ties sent teams to Stanford after coal. ard Grass and Seed Oats,S. A fine assortment of Ladies' Muslin G. Gaines'. "We are better prepared than ever to Underwear at Joseph'sN,, Honey Clover and Timothy Hay, sell you carpets: For Sale J. A. Beazley & Co. sold and delivered anywhere in town The sleet has broken nearly all telA Ccottage Upright Baldwin pianc. bv G. S. Gaines-- , v Good as new. Clover, Timothy & Blue grass seed ephone lines running out of town. S. B. HenrT tf. cheap at T. Currey's. Following is a schedull of the prices Us a Trial. Give Visit the skating rink for an eventhe rink: ing of fun. Come and see The ladies are delighted with Jo- atGeneral admission 10c, Skates letterheads lc. and envelopes. our pretty them neatly seph's line of Colored and "White We print This office has just printed 7.500 Piques. Av Peace- - Hays. and cheap. tickets to use in the stove premium at Rev. Ira Partin joined the hearts v To the State meeting. at Joseph. G. S. Gaines wilhbuy all the corn he and hands of Thos. Peace and Mary Rev. Henry Faulconer was selected "a barrel, payable in Hays at the home of Mr. Frank Moss to represent Everybody indebted to G. S Gaines can get at $1.25 the Lancaster Y. M. C. any goods he handle. last week. will please calland get their New A., at the state meeting in Henderson Vrvirc rrift. Call at Joseph's larjd see that fine and went to that city Wednesday to Eld. Powell Coming. cooking range to be gVen away. TickIt is reported that Eld. Powell will attend. For Rent, ets with every purchasa arrive and preach his first sermon in Glen Eddy Dead. The store room in the Thompson the Christian "church the fourth SunGlen Eddy, the young gentleman block on Richmone street. Glad TiflingH to Asthma Sufferers. day in this month. who put in the Lancaster telephone J. C. Thompson. Foley's Jloncy and Tar gives quick Proctor-Kno- tt Cants ana litis, WELCH & Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. and positive relief in all cases, Several cases of poverty were reC. C. & J. E. Stormes, lm. lieved by the county court this week. W. I. Williams. Coal and food were furnished a numThe Stanford city council has reduced Lancaster. ber of worthy poor. the tax rate from seventy-fiv- e to fifty cents on the $100. The city doesn't Try Potts Whole "Wheat Flour or owe a cent and $100 to the good in WILLIAMS Graham, Nutricious and Digestable. t he treasury. has Nothing like it. IL C. Potts, Buckeye, Ky. Hemp 'Wanted. Several wagons were sent to KentucI will be at Mr. Tobe Leavel's office ky river this week and coal bought of every day. Will pay market price in Glass Bros., Camp Nelson. The dis- cash. Also have a few cultivated Hemp Seed, '98 crop, for sale. tance is about fifteen miles. Banks Hudson. StoloXlie Blanket). Notice. Tuesday night Drs. Kinnaird and All those indebted to the Graded "Wesley drove out to see Sinclair Hill School for taxes or tuition, will please and while in the house some thief took settle same at once. The School can Dr. "Wesley's lap robe and horse blanket not run without money to pay for No trace of thief or articles. teachers and fuel. E. W. Harris Tres. Notice to Stockholder. How-This ? All owners of stock in Buckeye Turnpike not on company's books must A young man, entitled to credit, presentcertificatesatonce as all money told The Record the weather was so cold at Kirksvivlle that a fifteen-foo- t will be paid out on Jan. 25, next. well on Mr. "W. P. Prewitt's place "W. T. "West, President. froze solid to the bottom. It must be Governor's 3IaiiHion (turned. a little chilly about that place. The Governor's mansion burned at Blood I'oison. Frankfort last week and Col. Bradley lost a great deal c.f his personal effects. Last week Sinclair Hill, son of Mr. The fire originated while the family JasIIill, of this city, picked open a were out and was caused from a defec- blister on his lip with a pin. The tive Hue. The governor worked like place soon began to swell and become a Trojan in saving his effects andprop-ert- y painful. A physician was finally sumbelonging to the state. A tele- moned, but blood poison had set up gram to the daily papers states the and now the boy's entire face is nearly governor will board at the Capital Ho- twice its right size and as red as blood. tel and Mrs. Bradley and Miss Chris- Dr. Kinnaird is waiting on him and says the result may prove fatal. tine will return to Lancaster. All business attended to promptly ' system', died at his home in Danville IS ran and Ship tuff. on hands a fine lot of bran Saturday. He leaves a young wife to and shipstufi. Will deliver at $10 and mourn his loss. $12 per ton. Buy now while it is cheap The weather was so cold Sunday John H. Potts, night that no preaching was announced. Some young men asked Rev. Three different poets (?), armed Henry Faulconer to preach and the with as many productions on the Methodist church was lighted and "Beautiful Snow", attacked us this opened. A number attended. week, but we successfully horned them off and saved our readers the infliction. A pipe at the electric light plant and no lights were on Sunday The Journal says Stanford boys burst The pipe was about three night. don't want to leave feather beds to underground, but Jack Frost does join State Guards and fight, bleed and feet mind a little thing like three feet or any other country. Lt. not die for this days. of dirt in these Rowan Saufley tried to raise a company but it was no go. Exchange. Potts Bro's have established an ex Fine Prospects. Prospects for much building this change at the residence of Mrs. spring are very bright. Quite a num- Cunningham's on Depot street, and ber of dwellings will be erected and will keep on hand flour, meal, slnpstuff, these, together with work on the ho- etc; to exchange for wheat. They will tel, will give all the employment hands erect a large builbing within the next few weeks. may desire. j I have We will carry in stock, ready for immediate delivery, a line of Carpets and Mattings for the Spring Trade. We will also carry a Complete Line of Samples to order from. It is our purpose to give our customers just what they want in this line, at reasonable prices. BEAZLEY ARTERIAL OAU&IMM. and CAVITY EM- FUNERAL DIRECTORS, BALMING a SPECIALTY. Club Saturday Night. The Social Club will meet in Masonic Hall Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. In adition to Dr. McKee's talk, an investing program will be rendered. Everybody is invited, and it is hoped there will be i large attendance. Furniture, Carpets, &c. Lancaster, Ky. 'fN TN 'TN "St -- Great rut Price Sale. We are compelled to close out our Fall and Winter stock in order to make room for our IMMENSE SPRING STOCK which we have already bought. We have bought largely lor Spring and need 3 Hunting Coal. Patterson, one of our coal dealers, went to the mountains Mon day night hunting for coal. He found the trouble came from the mines being flooded, which prevented the men from working. He went from there to Cincinnati and will do his best to Col. Frank Embry, of Middlcsboro, buy enough to last a while. was here this week. Col. Embry is Docs Splendid Work. one of the Magic City"s most promiMr. J. R. Ryan, contractor for the nent and influential colored citizens. new hotel building, gave this office a He and Josh Burdett, another Lancasnice order for printed matter. Mr. ter man, are in business out there and Ryan is one of the best draughtsmen have laid by a neat sum of cash. and contractors in the south, and par ties contemplating building would do Stock Freezes The cold weather has been death on well to see him now. He is making stock. One fanner, near town, lost plans for several other buildings to be forty-fiv- e lambs out of sixty born, erected this spring. another gentleman lost five short Coal Famine. yearlings, another forty steers, all from The unexpected prolonged cold spell freezing to death. Many other cases soon caused the coal dealers to sell are reported and the loss in the aggre- what they had on hand, and for sever gate will be large. al days this week none could be ob tained. It looks like it would pay to Saves Coal and Labor. buy a great quantity of coal during J. R. Haselden has a new stove, the the summer and yard it. It cant 'Peninsular", which is proving a great evaporate or walk away. Every win thing during the cold weather and ter the people are greatly inconven- By using the several iented and sufiering is caused by scarcicoal famine. dampers, the heat and draft are so ty of coal. Dealers send in their or regulated as to keep the temperature ders, but they go to the mines just at the same and at least two buckets of the time the latter are in their great coal are saved each day. Call and see est rush. it. Its proving a wonder. Geo. M. A Pesky Nuisance. we LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY. Lowest Ever Seen. Date Cbansed. The mercury in the thermometer As will be seen by our date lines, we has been lower than ever known in have changed them to read "Thurs- this section. The following shows how it get out the lay Afternoon" instead of Friday. trying to n While Friday has been called publi bottom of the tube:. FRIDAY 310KN1NG, TITE 10TII. cation day, yet the paper is always Lillers Distillerv 22 below printed and in the mails on Thursday 18 " S.F. Embry 's afternoon. Matters of interest often " 2 J. J. Walker's " 18 Logan & Robinson's occur which we ought, according to " 20 W. O. Rigney's our dates, report, so we deem it best to " . (J. Kobmson s.. 24 22 " J. A. Beazley's make the change and go to press 3IOXDAY MOUNIN'G, TIIE 13TII. just a little earlier, thus making th 32 below afternoon mails to several of our most J. J. Walker's 22 W. O. Rigney's important post offices. Correspon " 20 B. F. Hudson's 28 " Millers Distillery dents will please send in their letters " 23 A. C. Robinson's a little earlier and greatly oblige. has-bee- Unprecedented. money to discount our spring bills. , fore you can buy There- Colored Society Dance. The swell colored folks gave a ban quet and hop at the Odd Fellows Hall, on Water street. Ah orchestra from Danville furnished music. At the ban quet the menu was served in courses and consisted of salads, old ham, sand wiches, coffee, chocolate, 0rsters and ices. The belles were attired in their very best gowns while many of the beaux wore the conventional full dress suits. No disorder of any kind occur red and the colored folks will long re member the event with much pleasure, Euits, vercnats, Heavy Bants ; . ; SIides at Manufacturer's Prices. We need Room. We neen Money. Come and see how Cheap you can buy goods of us. LOGAN ft ROBINSON. i TnE Record man made a special A large attendance is expected at town to see if .any "oldest noticing how merchants, public officer i trip around Y. M. C. A. meeting Sunday af inhabitants" had experienced colder the and other business men are annoyed by ternoon. The same subject, "What or more disagreeable weather than we loafers. These fellows go into a mans can the Y. M. C. A., do for Lancas experienced during the past ten house, take the chair from his desk, have will be discussed. No one need days. All approached were rree to ac ter?" say anything unless rubber neck into any conversation the knowledge to, and it has been the worst they no calls will be madeheupon those pre propietor may be holding, and frequen ever saw. Several times the ther tly pick up private papers and look over 011 can talk if you so desire. sent. mometer has registered 18 degrees be them. They lounge around the stove, Don't forget the time 3:15. whittle and spit on the floor, discuss low zero and once or twice has it To The City Council. people's private affairs and make them ventured below that point. The snow an aver In granting a building permit to the selves a nuisance in ten thousand ways. fell several days and reached age depth of ten to twelve inches. hotel and opera house company, The Of course a business man dont want to hugged the fires and re Record respectfully- - requests your make anyone mad. He dosent mind People have like sheep, honorable body to insert an ironbound fellows staying in his house if they mained huddled together Opera House For Lancaster. The most distressing part is the clause prohibting said company from any money, Wit patrons of a supply was com allowing Uncle Toms Cabin or home Lancaster is to have a fine hotel and spend place seldom stop to lounge. The fact that the coal opera house. Ricnmond has the hotel pletely exhausted nearly a week ago. " talent" shows from appearing in the loafer never has any money to spend you know the rest. When but Dealers have made strenuous effort new hall. By doing this you will help Lancaster's new house shall have been as he makes nothing lounging about to get a supply, but the mines can not a public and insure your fire. Another annoying feature is the fill the orders. One dealer, Mr. Stone, complete, perhaps our for.all time to come. This the loafers inclination to talk to em sent wagons to Stanford and brought will charter is not intended for a" joke. monopolize the time they special trains and go down occasionally ployees and over enough to last a few days, but are paid to put in working. A clerk and get refreshed. Or parh'aps these this was gobbled up in short order by Colored Recralts. cant keep his mind on his work when his shivering patrons. (?) citizens same progressive-spirte- d The War Department has wired Lt. some loafer is gasing with him and The town and county officials have will take in Lancaster as a suburb to officer at occupying his attention. The loafer had many applications for assistance. W. T. Johnston, recruiting to- - enlist colored apRichmond. - Who knows? In the meanproblem is one hard to solve and if These have been granted when food Lexington, Ky., sertime let us congratulate Lancaster and someone will invent an "exterminator' was asked for, but, of course, no coal plicants for Cavalry and Infantry wish her well. Richmond Pantagraph vice, sending the former to Fort Grant, will make a fortune out of it. he could be furnished. There is great Arizona, and the latter to Fort DougStove Pipe Falls. suffering among the poor classes. lass, Salt Lake City. This is an exGENEROUS OFFEB. Sunday, just before services began 'though everything possible is being' cellent opportunity for young colored at the Baptist church, one of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Co. done for them. men to get into the regular Army. stovepipes fell, making much dirt and Business of all kinds is at a stand Recruit for white Infantry and CavalOffers Great Assistance to among the causing a little excitement still, and, as a merchant said to us ry regiments are also wanted. Apply Oar Citizens. congregation. There are two stoves in 'We are just burning out our remain to- Lieut. W. T. Johnston. gave give notice to ing bucketful of coal and eating." L. & N. officials the room. They are MO-t- f Main St;. Lexington, Ky. An Honest Medicine for La tirlppa. and were put in the house in the year the public that, owing to the coal While a little warmer today, yet a 1851. Mr. T. W. Reid, of this city, famine in the mountains, they will a heavy sleet is forming on the trees Civil Serrlo. hone. was running a tinshop at the time and haul coal from Cincinnati, in limited and prospects of a let-u- p are slim. Lexingtox, "Ky., Feb. 11. In the fuup. They have never quantities, free of charge to any dealer put the pipes ture civil service examinaLots of Honey. been taken down since, and were, ap- or consumer who may be able to purtions will be held in Lexington for poOne of Mr. Dennis' boys while huntIs made to parently, as good as new. The fact chase it there. As this offer sitions in the railway mail service, the that only wood was burned and the people all among its line, of course no ing rabbits on the farm on Sugar departmental service at Washington manner ac- community can expect a great quanity, Creek, discovered a swarm of bees in and for all government positions rework done in a first-clacounts fpr the long life of the pipes. but the offlcals will do their utmost to an old log lying flat on the ground quiring- skilled labor. The examinaIt was suggested several times to take prevent suffering. This action on the It was cut open and a washingtubful tions heretofore have been held in this the pipes down, but on account of company's part is worthy of the high- of honey taken. The bees tried hard state at Winchester and at Louisville. their history it was decided to leave est commendation and the people to make battle but soon dropped in The first of these examinations will b should never forget such a kind act. he snow. held April 21, . them undisturbed. In our rounds for news cant help g wood-burnesemi-annu- Sunday Afternoon meeting. EDUCATION R. E. JVlrDORRI? DRUGGIST, PURE DEALER IS. IE IjlUara IN OC Slonz KY. Is abslutely ueceacsry to the young man or young woman who would win .. success In lire. This being conceded . t is oi first Importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front ran- k- . X. DU NOTARY PUBLICS KENTUCJ Surveyor THE BOOK-KEEPIN- BRYANT BRYANTSVILLE, Land & Seven 8TRATT0N LOUISVILLE, BUSINESS COLLEGE DANVILL SHORTHAND. TELEGRAPHY. KY. experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this college preferred by business bouses. Write for a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupy Ing prominentpositions all over the United States it will be mailed to you FREE. aii Apt k CO AETNA FIRE INSURANCE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. D1CS, FINE TOILET. (NICIES, Oils. I Pure Drags, Fine Stationery, Toilet Jlvticles. SliUittJttlttittittittiiUttiU MARKSBURY. D. c. n. McDonnell UP-TO-DA- danville, Kentucky OF Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knights School Books, - Paiats and - JEWELRY BlMOKDS, UT ALL KINDS of Pythias, meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis- iting Knights are fraternally invit ed. Ed Bishop, C. C. J. S. Haselden, K.R.& S. I LANCASTER.SMrMLMlBMMMssS9 B. HffllAIRD'S KEISSrTUOKY. f LASS ETC. - DONE iliiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiiiUliiilliUiUlUiUI BUENA - REPAIRING - PROMPTLY W- - H. LACKEY, & Succ ea9or to Lackey VISTA. Dancer Of The Grip The greatest danger from La Grippe is of its resulting in pneumonia. If reasonable care is used, however, and Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all danger will be avoided. Among the tens of thousands who have used this remedy for la grippe we have yet to learn of a single case having resulted in pneumonia which shows conclusively that this remedy is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease. It will cure la grippe in less time than any other treatment. It is pleasant and and safe to take. For sale by R. McRoberts, lm FLATWOOD. Our Singing School is progressing nicely. We are having the coldest weather that has ever been known m these parts, and the deepest snow. Wm. and James Coldiron have re turned from the mountains and de dined the idea of buying stock, as they are higher there than here. Chamberlain's Couch Chicago. Remedy Gulley. CENTRAL R BOOED EVERY WEEK BY Insurance Agency 357,000,000 P. Burdett is quite ill with the grip. H. D. Aidridge is suffering from a LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Representing Over sprained foot. Reuben Xaylor is quite sick at this Ji.00 ( One Ye ab, is advance " writing with grip. TERMS Six Months. . ... I Threr Owing to the cold weather farmers In the following Fire Insurance are having bad luck with their lambs. Companies THURSDAY. Feb. IC, - 1899. J. K. Sutton rented of J. H. Parks, sixteen acres of extra corn land at $5 JStna of Hartford. Tiik Lexington Argounaut plant per acre. Oaecn of America. was sold under the hammer and it is Rev. W. M. Kuykendall has returnsaid a democratic daily will be estah- National or Hartfort. ed from Bowling Green, where he liihed. held a very successful two weeks ineet- PhenLx of Brooklyn. Capt. IIeundon, of this city, saj-- ing. Hartford of Hartford. Uncle Sam has been acquiring land We have heard a great many stories Manchester of England. lately at a rate which suggests tli:it concerning the cold weather, but the the ground hog be adopted as our nat bsst is told of a gentleman in this Connecticut of Hartford. ional emblem. community feeding stock for several North British and Jlero.hantiln. hours, when he came in his breath The St. Louis Republic says a had frozen all over his face. lie was Germia Auioricia of Neve York. child has been born in a South Dakota surprised when he came to Liverpool and London and Globe. town who has two tongues and no somewhat the lire, for the ic,e slipped oil his face brains. And yet there are people of an(1 there was the sn!lpe of every fe!lt I also represent the old reliable an optimistic turn who have been pre- IIe looked at itsome time.think- New York Life dieting that the prospect for orators ing what a splendid false-fac- e it would is fading. have made if it had not melted. The McEneky resolution has finally Don't irritate your lungs with been passed by the Senate, it is as stubborn cough when a pleasant and follows: "'That by the ratification of elfective remedy may be found in EIRE aMIJFEMSBBAHCE the treatv of ncace with Snain it is COUSSEN'S IIOXEY OF TAR, not intended to incorporate the inhab Price. 23cts and 50 cents. C. C. & J. E, SPEBGHELD itants of the Philippine islands into Stormes. citizenship of the United States, nor FIEE AKDMAfilHE BUCKEYE. is it intended to permanently annex IXsURANOE COMPANY. said islands as an integral part of the The oldest son of Morton Teater, toi ritorv of the United States, but it EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE GOg is the intention of the United States died of brain fever Saturday. OF NEW YORK. to establish on said islands a governThe merry jingle of the sleigh bells ment suitable to the want and condi- - relieves monotiny of our village, Robinson & fiamilton Aarts I tions of the inhabitants of said islands while thethe remains. snow prepare uieni i.u iucai Office ovei Post Office js confined tQ ferMIss SalHo B n 2 lo . ment and in due time make such dis- - l v. L.VXCA.ST5R, IvrvTiTrrrv t.,..,c uuiu ij L'liu 1:1111... .uuuiu naiu. ijuo position of said islands as will best been quite sick for two weeks, but is promote the interests of the citizens some Mrs better at this writing ORGANIZED 1883. of the United States and the inhabi- John Teater is convalescing from asetants of said islands." vere attack of the grip Mrs. Emma NATIONAL BANK Manifard, of near Frankfort, is the The bitter feeling existing between guest of Mrs. Herod Ray. . . ,Fred Sut OF LANCASTER. EY. Col. DaveColson and Lieut. Ethelbert ton and little daughter, Flossie May, Scott, of the Fourth Kentucky Volunof Alarksbury, visited Mr. and Mrs. teers, culminated in a free tight beCnpftal, $50,000 tween Mrs. Alice Ebb Dickenson, recently the men at Anniston, Ala., just Ray is on the sick list. Surplus Fund 10,0(M after the regiment was mustered out. Rev. A. J. Pike failed to fill his apReports of the trouble differ, but at any rate the colonel Is lying with a pointment here Sunday, as no one BUSrKE.53 SOLICITED. bullet hole through his thigh, while would brase the weather of Saturday Carpfal and Prornpt Attention Guaranteed Scott is under arrest. There seems to enough to meet hini at Lancaster, he have been a turmoil in this regiment having come that far on the train. It 3.1: 11 .GQivitotam Presided ever since its organization and bitter would be a good idea to move LancasLkwiu V. LAvr.i.L. feeling was worked up between some ter, with all her advantages, such as B. F. Hodson Xir one knows why, railroads, electric lights, etc,, to BuckCashlci of the oilicers. eye, and then we could all be one hapW. O. Riosst Assistant Cash'i except it was jealousy over which was together. Then you see it n py family CD. Walkkk Bookkeepei the biggest pebble on the beach. and Scott are both clever men, but will be another solid month before we when angered are terrors. It is hoped will have preaching at this place, all DIEECTORS : the matter will be smoothed over, because we did not have a railroad, so J. M. HlGGINEOTHAM, Lkttib y. Leatell, though many who know the parties our pastor could reach us. J. S. Johnson, T. M. Arnold, To insure a happy new year, keep fear more trouble will result. B. F. Hudson. E. C. Arnold, Je. the liver clear and the body vigorous Axzx.Gibbs, J. J.Walkbb seems that Rev. George O. Barnes by using De Witt's Little Early RisJacob T. Robinson. has been meeting with failure on his ers, the famous little pills for constilast appeal to Kentucky friends for pation and liver troubles. Qupcii & Crescent Koute. help. Rev. Barnes has a number of Stormes Drug Store lin PASSES DANVILLE. admirers who have stuck to him NORTH BOUND. much closer than brothers aim this is PREACHERSVILLE. Number 10 (Daily except Sunday) 6:09 n. re the tirst time he has made a water Number 6 Daily. Stop 1:43 p.m preaclTer and a 4 (Dully) Flag Number 3:5fia. m haul. lie is a great J. F. Cummins, of Stanford, was Is u ruber 2 (don't stop) 3 :5fi p. m sincere maif, but a lukewarmness SOUTH BOUND. seems to have come over some of his here Sunday. Rogers, bought of W. M. C. 11:50 a.m Number 1 (don't stop) followers. There are a number of J. P. $5 per head. 11 :!. a.m Numbers (Dally except Sunday) people, however, who will yet stand by Ilutchins, nine ewes, for "io.". p.m Number 9 (Oally except Sunday) J. C. Siler, of Jellico, has come in Numbers (Midnight flay) )I:12j.m him through thick and thin. In his last letter to the Stanrord Journal with two car loads of mountain cattle, he says: "I don't think 1 shall make J. F. Payne has been on the sick list s All cigar stands have the any more '"appeals" to my friends in this week Jas. Miller is down sick, Proctor Knott cigar. Kentucky. I have learned my lesson We are having some of the coldest I will "take my medicine like a good spells of weather that we have had for litile boy," and go on, loving friends years. and enemies, trusting to the Lord; W. II. Brown sold toO. P. Huffman, and praying for those who despitefully of Stanford, one fat cow, for 3c per For the speedy and permanent enra of use me and persecute me." tetter, salt rheum and eczema, Champound. berlain's Eye end S!:!n Ointment is There has been several hogs chang George W. Waitt of South Gardiner, an equal. It relieves the itchyrithout ing and smarting almost instantly and Me., says: " I have had the worst ed hands here the last week at three cents. its continued use effects a permanent cure, it also cures itch, barber s itch, cough, cold chills and grip and have The school at the Lodge has been scald head, sore ninnies, itchinc niles. taken lots of trash of no account but chapped hand3, chronic sore eyes and profit to the vendor. Chamberlain.s dismissed this week on account of the Cough Remedy is the only thing that severe cold weather. Dr. Hizer has located here to pracDr. Cscys CcEdifion Powders for has done any good whatever. I have bottle and the chills tice his profession. He is boarding Horses are the best tonic, blood purifier ined one and vermifuge. Price, 25 cents. Soldby cold and grip have left me. I congrat with Millard Baker. It.E.McRole ts. Drugget, Lancaster ulate the manufacturers of an hones Horrible agony is caused by Piles medicine.'' For sale by R. E. McRob Burns and skin Diseases. These are erts. lm immediately relieved and quickly cur ALL WOMEN A Il.tndiome li qirrst. ed by De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve, Should know that the CA.Tr.ETT6Bunof Ky., Feb. 11. Mrs. Beware of worthless imitations. Old 'flme" Remedy, Kate Klauder, of this city, has just lm Stormes Drug Store received word that her brother-in-laThe monster, death, visited two died in Philadelphia, and has left his homes here Sunday. The first to go, fortune of 557,000 to her and her four was Mrs. Jennie Pettus, wife of J. S. children. Pettus. She died of consumption, and II. Wade Convctrd. John leaves" three little girls. Mrs. Jane Williamsburg, Ky., Feb. 13. The Lawrence died at her home here on jury in the case of the commonwealth the 13th inst. She leaves two children against John II. Wade, who was tried at home. May the good Lord bless for murder, were out six hours and the families of tlie deceased. a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at 18 years in the peniA Short Rad Story. tentiary. Wade is 27 years old and has A Cold. Is the best forFesuteTreaLles. Corrects nil a wife and three children. " ' irregularities in Female Organs. Should be Neglect. laKen lor Ckao of Life ana before Too Cold to 'Campnlsn. Pneumonia. PUsters "Old Time" Remedies have stood the Grief. Eouisville, Ky., Feb. 10. Senator test for twenty years. Had Foley's Honey and Tar been us William Goebel has temporarily ceased Hade only by New Spencrr Medicine Co., Chat tanooga, aentKissee. his campaign. The cold weather caus- ed, this story would have had a hap pier cuuing. ed this action. RE. McRoberts Lancaster lm; C. C. &J. E. Stormes, I.OUI8 LANDRAST, PabUsher. s On an average- the snow measures 13 inches. Ice on ponds about the same depth, or about 12 good inches, The farmers of this neighborhood are losing a good many sheep and lambs on account of the extreme cold weather. John C. Johnson, of near this place, has been confined to his room for the last week or ten days with eye trou ble, but is reported better. Business of all kinds has been par alyzed since the blizard struck this section, and the poor are suffering for the want of food and raiment. Mr. James Spilman, one of our most energetic farmers, has, for the last two months, been on a business trip thro' the West, but returned homo last week. The thermometer registered 35 deg. below zero last Monday morning, and this is said to be the coldest weather in this country since the winter of 1852. Faults of digestion cause disorders of the liver, and the whole system In comes deranged. IIERBINE perfects the process of digestion and assimil ation, and thus makes pure blood Price oO cts. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Absolutely Hopeless. "But you might learn to love me" he urged. She shook her head. have no idea," she said, "whata poor student I am." Chicago Evening Post. Pirst-Cla- s LIVERY STABLE. HANDSOME TURNOUTS, REASONABLEliPRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO 'ou TRAVELING MEN- - O. something to deplore is Wnnted Energy. That wasted hour when g We tell storlea d men. To stark L,. A. W. Bulletin. W. H. HOSHAL & CO., Commission Merchants, A MALICIOUS IICSHA.VD. Cattle, Hogs, Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS, - - - CINCINNATI, O. information regardinglivestock cheerfully furnished. Consign your stock di'Phone 7346. rect to us. Insurane .. c ITIIIS Coughing injures and inflames sore lungs, One Minute Cough Cure loosens the cold, allays coughing and heals quickly. The best cough cure for children. Stormes Drug Store James L. McMurtry, who has been visiting relatives in Jessamine county, returned to his home in Polleys Bend, Saturday.... Miss Alice Robinson is visiting her sister in Versailles, this week. Paul Perry, of Columbus, Ga., suf fered agony for thirty years, and then cured his Piles by using De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve,. It heals injuries and skin diseases like magic, lm Stormes Drug Store Mr. R. Milton Poor, son of S. W, Poor, a prominent farmer of this neighborhood, and charming daughter of Chas. M. Ruble, were uni ted m marriage 011 the 8th inst. May their lives be long and happy is our wish, the PAINT LICK. Joe McCormack left Saturday for Cincinnati. W. J. Palmer had a valuable buggy horse to die last week. I. C, Rucker is very sick this week but we hope to see him out real soon, Messrs. Estridge and Moore have re turned from the city, where they have been purchasing a new stock of goods. Miss Estelle Poyntz has returned, after a pleasant visit to friends in Richmond Miss Jennie McCormack has been visiting relatives in Rich mond. This has been a lovely time for sleigh riding and the young people of this community have certainly enjoy ed it. The boys have' four horses hitched to a slide every night and get every girl in the neighborhood. When this crowd gets together they certain ly have fun. Frequently accidents, occur in the household, which cause burns, cuts sprains and bruises. For use in such cases BALLARD'S SNOW LINI MENT has for many years beon the constant favorite family remedy, Price, 25 cts. and 50cts. C. C. & J. E, Stormes. Col-so- ' It Hisgen Bros., the popular South Side 69th-sdruggists, corner and Wentworth-av.- , say: "We sell a great deal of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and find that it gives the most satis I have purchased the "Wafactory results, especially among chil "You are always complaining about dren for severe colds and croup. For lker stable and am prepared Arthur, and claim it makes sale by R. E. McRoberts. lm my singing. you nervous, while dear baby falls to furnish the asleep ns soon as I begin a song." An Essay. "Oh, baby is smarter than you think. A little boy in a neighboring town He pretends to be asleep so that you was required to write an essay the oth- will stop singing." Fliegende Blaetter. er day. "The Newspaper" was his subject and here is the result: restless at night, and harass- Are shortest notice. on "I don't know how newspapers came ; ed by a bad cough ? Use COUSSEN'S Special attention given Comto be in the world. I don't think God HONEY OF TAR, it will secure you mercial Travelers. does, for he hain't got nothing to say j sound sleep, and effect a prompt and 'bout them, and 'editor' is not in the redical cure. Price, 25 cents and 50 cts. RICE BENGE C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Bible. I think the editor is one of the missing links you hear about, and E stayed in the brush till after the flood Had Other Resources. out and wrote the thing up, then canie "My wife," said the man, "aland has been here ever since. I don't ways kisses me when j'oung home 1 come at think he ever dies. I never saw a night." dead un' and never heard of one get"Jly wife does not," replied the man ting licked. Our paper is a mighty of middle age, "but it is of no advan poor un; the editor goes 'thout under- tage to me. In one way or another she l SDRPLUS. CAPITAL -- OF clothes all winter, don't wear no socks gets a report on the condition of my $109,000.00 I 000.00. breath just the same." Chicago Post and pa hasn't paid his subscription in LANCASTER, years." Culinary Comment. Mr. Crimsonbeak 1 hope that girl Is no ? about it. There don't gc and cook the steak to a crisp No question indeed with those who again A. President. "Well, what would you say if she have used it, but that Foley's Kidney 30. E. Stormes. Vice President. Cure is absolutely reliable for all Kid- cooked it to suit you?" Wm.H.Kisnaird, Cashier. 1 wouia say it was a very rare oc ney and Bladder diseases, currence." Yonkers Statesman. S. C.Dkhnt, C. C. & J. E. Stormes. J. F. Roeissoh. Jr. lm. Assistant Cash'r. An Unexpected Return. is usually required for cooking Time B. T. Embbt Aas't Real Estate Man The man who went vegetables. String peas, beets and tc look at those lots in Swampville cabbage, two hours, peas and onions, eame back and said he couldn't- locate DIRECTORS one hour, potatoes, squash and stewed the property. Jas Spilman, Sam 1. D.Cochran, His Partner 11 m! That accounts tomatoes, hour, green sweet A. C. Robinson. Alex. R. Denny. corn on the ear, eight minutes, when for his coming back. Puck. W. B. Cook, L. Davidson, cut off, five minutes. A Curious Faet. Jno. E Stormes. is a thief Procrastination Broken china may be mended, if not Of time, the sages all declare. broken too finely, by taking a very S. BEAZLEY, And yet the man who'd just as lief Sit round has time galore to spare. thick solution of gum. arabic, and stirr Chicago Evening News. IDITJTTTTST ring into it burned or baked plaster of Teeth extneted without pain paris, until of a proper consistency. EXTRACT KItO.1I A .NOVEL. vr.th Vitalized Air. Office in Apply it with a brush to the broken the New Thompson Building. edges and stick them together. Let the ware, of course dry before using. HOOI, t. NEW LIVERY. Very Best Rigs the i Z493-TH- mi - one-ha- lf lirst-clas- n diseases. -- - That Throbbing Headache. Would quickly leave you, if you used Dr. King's New Life Hills. Thousands of sufferers have proved their BRYANTSVILLE. metchless merit for Sick and Nervous Headaches. They make pure blood Tom Montgomery is on the sick list and strong nerves and build up your this week. health. Easy to take. Try them. Rev. Clark filled his regular appoint- Only 25 cents. Money back if not ment here Sunday night. cured. Sold by R. E. McRoberts DrugWe are now having the coldest wea gist, lm ther that this country ever experienc ed,) say the oldest inhabitants. The ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION uiermomeier reacnea Zti on the 13th, Notice is hereby given that the folJim Jackson, of the Mt, Hebron, vicinity, who recently returned from lowing corporation has been organized Illinois, has rented the Dr. Letcher by articles signed and acknowledged farm, known as the Tom Adams farm and recorded in the office of Cleric of the Garrard County Court: Its name for this year. Died, on the 12th, Mr. Glen Eddie, is" The Lancaster Hotel Company. " or the Danville telephone. Our ac Its place of business is Lancaster, quaintance at this office with him was Kentucky. Its object is to erect a hobrief, but very agreeable. The deceas tel building with rooms and offices for rent. lis amount of capital stock is ed's family hare our sympathy. 83000. divided Into thirty shares of TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE 3100. each. OINTMENT is no panacea, but is Names of stock holders: William recommended for Piles only. These it Herndon, John E. Stormes. William will cure. Price 50 cents in bottles; H. Kinnaird, J. B. Kinnaird, R. Kin Tubes, 75 cents. C.C. &J E. Stormes. naird, J. C. Hemphill, J. C. Thompson We received a telephone message to Margaret Gill, H. T. Logan and John day that a coal famine is threatened M. Farra. Its affairs are to be conin Danville. The town authorities ducted by the stock holders all of there have made arrangements at whom are directors, with a preside: t Camp Nelson for 500 bushels of coal to secretary and treasurer. It is to com be delivered and distributed there mence business January 10th, 189l. Maximum indebtedness $20,000. The this week. These are dangerous times for the private property of stock holders, is exhsalth. Croup, colds and throat empt from corporate debts. Stock troubles lead rapidly to Consumption paid in. J. E. Stormes, President. A bottle of One Minute Cough Cure tf nsed at the right time will preserve J. B. Kinnaird, Secretary. ' life, health and a large amount of jr4sAvAa. CUBAN RELIEF cures CoIlc Nursl(i and Toothache money. Pleasant to take: children ia iv minutes. Sour Stomach Tw7 like It. Stormes Drug Store "lin ma4 taUMt Ceaplsiats. Pricv 25 Ctafe f J. SURGEON-DENTIS- LANCASTER, Office over Haselden's hardware store. KY Notice to Creditors. Uarrard County Cour Willis Adams' Trustee V3. Willis Adams' Creditors. To all whom it may concern: This is to uoti fv tou that I will ou the 4th Mondav in March 1899. make n motion for final release as trustee of Willis Adams. Th's Febfi, ISO. SallIe A. Leavell. Trustee for Willis Adams. 3 "She bent him to her will and he realized the force of her great sole." L. A. VV. You Bulletin. If Are Going North, You Are Going South, Going Sonte'tliuea Goes by Contraries, After ten years courting Brown married. And soon he was discontented. But Robinson married In haste. And he has never repenud. Tribune If You Are East, TMC If You Are Going West; TICKETS VIA PURCHASE ?A Physician Cut Prescribe c v Louisville an Nashville H. It. I if : Dr. Otto's apruce uum Balsam. Formula on each package, scevna V I c 1 CURES YOUR COUGH f ?1N A DAY.. ) 1 j of Safety, The Maximum of Speed, The Maximum of Comfort, The Minimum of Rates. The Maximum Kates, Tiaie sad sU other tntomsilosi wM be Ch.. rfui: farm b. Price, 25 & 50c I rMMviS E .E. McRoberts. r. ATSTOKK, Orby . P. A., THE GLOBE LEAD We have a 'EM 5 Merchant Tailor Dsp't,, ?vt A' Connected with. Our store. Suits tried on and Pit as they are being made. We invite an inspection of our immense stock of in Neckwear, Hosiery, Mufflers, Gloves, etc. Perfect satisfaction Guaranteed, or you money will be cheerfully refunded. -- St J, L. Frohman New Line of Veilings. Go. The GLOBE. The Deadly Grip. Danville, Kentucky. 'v-- Is again abroad in the land. The air you breathe may be full of its fatal germs! Don't neglect the "Grip" or you will open the door to Pneumonia We have just received a nice line of the Newest and Consumption and invite death. sure signs are chills with fever, Designs in Face Veilings, embracing White Chiffon. Its Chenille Dots, Etc., all pretty and desirable styles. Respectfully, Cure For La Grippe. Foley's Honey and Tar heals the lungs and cures the racking Cough usual to la grippe and prevent pneu monia. It is guaranteed. 25c and 50c. 'Phone 85- - NOEL SISTERS. Mr. R. C. Tankersley, of Silver Creek, has been spending a few days with his wife and baby, at her father's Mr. J. W. Pnmphrey. CENTRAL RECORD. THURSDAY, Feb. 1G, 1899. aOOOOOOOOQQOOQOOOOOOOO While in the South Mr. Joe E. inson, of this city, witnessed the sight of apes picking cotton. animals had been taught to do as clean work as men can do. Miss Florence Rob novel The good, 00000000000000000000000008 Miss Scotta Petty has been quite ill this week. Mrs. Kittie Leavell has been quite ill for several days. Capt. Thos. Austin is among the nu merous sufferers from grip. Saturday's Courier-Journcontained a fair likeness of Miss Bessie Marks- ,bury, of this city. Mrs. Wesley, of Middleburg, has been visiting her son, Dr. Wesley; on Richmond street. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. ITarris have been visiting the latter's parents, at this week. Miss Lillie Noel has recovered sufficiently from recent illness to be back opera house, completed his work Tuesin her millinerv store. day and left for Nashville, Tenn. Mr. John Anderson was called to Mar- Beard placed $13,000 in ten year en tinsville, Indiana, Monday, by the se- dowments in his companv upon the rious illness of his father. lives of members of the Hotel Compa Clay Hamilton, manager of the ny, which will be carried by them to Western Union telegraph office, is create a sinking fund with which to confined to his bed by illness. retire their bonds. One of the most patient and accom Saufley Hughes has run up against a stubborn case of the grip, but at modating young men in town is Her this writing bids fair to come out the bert Kinnaird, at the telephone ex change. Some ten thousand ques winner. J Tommy Hammond, a compositor in tions are asked him during the day, this office, has been confined to his and as many more requests made for bed several days this week by a bil- - favors. He's always in a good humor and seems to delight in obliging peo lious attack. ple. He is expected to know every Miss Pearl Burnside, of Stanford, thing, from the schedule of every rail has been visiting the Misses Burnside. road in the United States down to A sleighing party was given in her whether or not neighbor Jones' hen honor this week. laid this morning, or if John Smith's Hon. C. C. Williams, of Mt. Vernon. cold has improved. He always an was here this week. He is a leading swers politely and never loses his tern lawyer in Central Kentucky, and a per. Herbert is one of the best boys morally, personally and in a business clever gentleman. way, that we ever saw. Miss Turley, who has been the char ming guest of Miss Julia Mae Gaines, The Middlesboro Record says: Mr. returned to her home in Richmond, W. J. Kinnaird, cashier of the leaving several sad hearts behind. Manufacturers' Bank, will leave in a few for Nashville. Mr. Kin It gives us much pleasure to note naird das been declining in health of has the great improvement in the condi tion of Miss Julia Reid. She is now late, and several physicians at Cincin able to sit up and prospects for com nati, whom he has consulted, and Dr. Roberson, of this city, recommend to plete recovery are very bright. him a more southerly climate. While Parties having friends visiting. them Mr. Kinnaird's health is not quite as should drop us a postal to that effect good as it was several months ago, he or send word. We never omit a name is far from being an invalid, and he intentionally, but sometimes fail to will devote a great deal of his time learn of visitors. Its the proper thing while in the South to the. life insurr tvn uuk uwiuv w tall tVia hnma nnnn. rt Liivac mas ance business. Mr. Kinnaird is among iui.i ui ters. our most energetic and public spirted Prof. J. M. narbison. of Washington business men, and he will be greatly City, In remitting for The Rkcokd missed by all. The Record, together dropped in a note sending his reeards with his many friends, will sincerely to all inquiring friends. He taught regret to see him leave, and we trust school in the old Lancaster Seminary that he will soon return, fully restored several years ago and has many friends to good health. here. Jim is a mighty clever fellow The Ravage or Grip That modern scourge, the Grip poisons the air with its fatal germs so that no home is safe from its ravages dui multitudes Remember that my ac protection againstnave found a sure this dangerous inal counts are Due, and it is ady in Dr. King's New Discovery. When you feel a soreness in your bones and muscels, have chills and fever, absolutely.. with sore thoat, pain in the back of the head, catarrhal symptoms and a stubborn cough you may know you have tke Grip, and that you need Dr. That I have the money King's New Discovery. It will promptly cure the worst cough, This notice is for Even' the inflameD membranes, kill heal the disease germs and prevent the deaded body who owes me. after effects of the malady. Price 50 cts and LOO. Money back if not cured. A trial bottle free at R. E. McRoberts Drug Store. e, 1 w- The Industrial Club will meet with Harris next Wendesday afternoon at half past two. A full attendance is disired. Miss Maggie Tomlinson entertained the clnb in royal style this week tion, for I was very weak and badly k run down from long and the A note from Elder George Gowen long, hot summers of Florida. After says he is conducting a big revival at i few days rest at Lexington, I went Orlanda, Fla., and meeting with much to Germantown, Ky., Mrs. Burdett's success. At conclusion of his meeting old home, and remained a few weeks he will take a trip through Cuba, there Mrs. with my good, old mother-in-lavisiting Santiaga and other points Susan I. Walton, and Jo F. Walton, made interesting by the recent war. her son, and his very pleasant family. Mr. H. N. Beard, inspector of agents When I had breathed the fresh and for the Mutual Life Insurance Co., balmy atmosphere from the Bracken of New York, who promoted the or hills and eaten a few meals prepared ganization of the Lancaster Hotel Co., in old Kentucky style by Mrs. Jo Wal and assisted in consumating all details ton, an adept at the business, I began for the erection of the new hotel and to feel stronger and more like myself over-wor- with them in October, and I will be headache, dull heavy pains,, mucous with them more this summer I did discharges from the nose, sore throat not see half my old friends. I feel cough. Don't waste now something like I was in Ken and never-let-g- o precious time treating this cough with tucky, in the middle of Kentucky. We troches, tablets, or poor, cheap syrups, have with us Miss Lula Anderson, of Cure it at once with Dr. King's New Lancaster, Ike S. Dunn and Tom K. Discovery, the infallible remedy for Adams and wife, of near Bryantsville. bronchial troubles. It kills the dis They are making themselves entirely ease germs, heals the lungs and pre at home, having a nice time hunting vents the dreaded after effects from and fishing. The thermometer stands the malady. Price 50 cts, and $1.00. at 80 deg to 85 deg. from sun to sun, Money back if not cured. A trial bot no fires, doors and windows open, ortle free at R. E. McRoberts Drug ange frees, roses, and many flowers in Store. lm bloom, mocking birds, jay birds and black birds vieing with each other as to which can make the most and loudLetter from Col. Burdctt. est noise this is spring, but when the .. Killakney, Fla., Feb. 6, 1899. summer conies! I will be in. Ken- Editor Central Record: tuck', and Mrs. Burdett says she will After an absence in Flori go too. Send me Tiik Recoud, I love da of ten years, 1 returned to Ken- to hear about the old folks and the tucky, my native state, on the 10th of boys and girls too, in the old countv. B. M. Bukdett. Your friend, July last on a visit and a recreation for the summer. I needed the recrea La Grippe is again epidemic. Every precaution should be taken to avoid it. Its specific cure is One Minute Cough Cure. A. J. Sheperd, Publisher Agricultural Journal and adver tiser, Elden Mo., says: "No one will be disappointed in using one Minute Cough Cure for La Grippe." Pleasant to take, quick to act. Stormes Drug Store lm THE WAYS OF VERGERS. Worthy Clns, Sara Tlila Writer. Whose Intelllsrence la Slnclt Mallsned. days I became restless, of and wanted to move around and see the people. I did so went to Fleming county, and was there most cordially received by many relations and old acquaintan ces, and more than kindly treated, and came in close contact with the mountain air that 1 was used to in earlier days, and my health and strength im proved rapidly. After being enter tained for two weeks in a style, most elegant, that is understood and practice by few people, as well as the Flem ing county folks, I felt that 1 was a man again, and wanted to go to work, and did accept an employment in a law suit. After some little prelimina ries, I got the harness on and found they pinched and rubbed pretty severe about in spots, but after a few weeks of steady pulling, things began to feel natural, and rather felt myself law yer again, after a lay-oof twelve years. The atmosphere, mountain hospi- ity, cordial reception, association with Kentucky people, and especially the lawyers, captivateq me, and I deter mined to go back there to live, and will go in May, so as to be at the June term of the Breathitt circuit court. There is some characteristic about the Kentuckian markedly peculiar that makes one feel like he is at home; and of all the Kentuckians the Garrard county people bear that characteristic to its fullest extent and highest de gree. They meet you with a sort of hearty welcome, a "I am so glad to see you," that pervades every feature in their face, showing they are genuine and heartfelt yes, every muscle of the body joins in and makes up a part of the welcome, the shake of the hand portrays the honest welcome and good feeling that lies be hind it. They are a great people. wish I could have been with them more than the two short weeks I spent us by-goff "how-are-you- Pltost Kin Sillii TiUett Grip's Ravages Doomed. So much misery and so many deaths have been caused by the Grip, that eve ry one should know what a wonder fnl remedy for this malady is found it Dr. King's New Discovery. That dis; tressing stubborn cough, that inflamef your throat, robs you of sleep, weak-ne- s your system and paves the way for Consumption is quickly stoped by this matchless cure. If you have chills and fever, pain in the back of the head, soreness in bones and muscels, sore throat and that cough that grips your throat like a vice, yon need Dr. King's New Discovery to cure your Grip, and prevent Pneumonia or Consumptior. Price50cts. and $1.00. Monjy back if not cure. A trial bottle free at R. B. McRoberts. Drugstore. ens none at all, and the feebler novelists Professedly imitated their masters. serious writers were nearly as bad; a verger was supposed to btf synonymous with ignorance and pretension. 1 am inclined to think vergers a much maligned class. I have met with ignorance among them, but the cass are so few that the fingers of one hand would be sufficient to enumerate them; 1 have far oftener met with knowledge and enthusiasm that have put me to blush. Let me give one instance: Once at Ely I remarked to the then verger when I had' seen a great deal, making my modest offering as I spoke, that as 1 had to get across London and catch a train to the west I must go. The verger gripped me by the arm. "Young man," said he, "your train may be late, and if you miss it you can get a bed in the town, but God Almighty may never give j"ou another chance of seeing Ely cathedral." Of course 1 stopped, and of course I lost my train. The trouble vergers are at to increase their knowledge has struck me with amazement. There is one who, saving up his scanty wages, has made himself personally acquainted with the great continental fanes which were built about the same time and in similar style to the cathedral he so delightfully describes. I have frequently had vergers willing to show me round during the hours the building was supposed to be closed, and even to light up part in order that I might be better able to appreciate some detail or other. On one point I have found vergers, as a -- ale, very bigoted. I have never met with one who has not affirmed that, takm as a whole, his church was the mot interesting and instructive in the kingdom. This jealousy is occasionally amusing. In a certain southern town there are two churches. The principal one is the older, but less interesting. A friend asked the verger of the old church whether the other was worth seeing. Tteluctant- ly, he admitted: "It might be, but." he added, with glee, "it ain't got no Norman arches." Custodians have sometimes odd ideas. One I knew had made a discovery that had got into the papers. One day he got a letter desiring to see these objects, with a view cf purchasing; it was signed by the respected head of the British museum, and, of course, on official paper. "Is lie a respectable chap, do you think?" he asked me. "I don't tblnk much of shows, and I've no faith in London chaps." Church Gazette. Dr. Otto's Spraca Gnat Balsam will cure say case of consumption If taken la time. Cos. sumption starts with a slight cough or- cold. This is where consumption gets yoa will se Dr. Otto's Spruce its start and If Gum Balsam, yon will care the cough, heal the lungs sad throat and avoid the most dreaded of all diseases, coasnmntlon. Drlav In attMiUair tna slight cough may cost yoa your life. Large SUM tettlM. Price Sfcaad 59c Tor sate by If in the books of a decide or two ago a verger was mentioned it was only to make fun of him. Thackeiay had small respect for the worthy class and Dick T. S. Elkin bought some butcher stuff at three cents. Now is the time to puchase your brood sows, nogs will be a good price this year. Wm Mc C. Johnson bought at Cin cattle, cinnati a car load of forty-fiv- e averaging 550 lbs, at 3Jcts. The Richmond fair grounds will be converted Into stock pens, and that doubtless means no more fairs for Richmond. B. F. Cotton, of Madison, shipped a mixed load of cattle and hogs to Cincinnati this week, paying 3 to 3i for hogs 3i to 4i for cattle. The slaughter of deer and wild turkeys during all seasons of the year in Cumberland county, Tenn, is so great that total extinction of the game is threatened and the citizens will ask the Legislature for protection. Thesmallcst things may exert the greatest influence. De Witt's Little Early Risers are unequalled for overcoming constipation and liver troubles Small pill, best pill, safe pill. Stormes Drug Store. For profit an old cow should be killed as soon as her milk ceases to pay for her keeping, without wasting any more food upon her, even if her hide must be sold and the carcass cast upon the compost heap. "When animals are being prepared for human food the raising them uponthe manure pile is not to be commen ded. When swine are kept busy work ing over the manure heap, the exercise does them good and makes them better breeders, but they do much more good to the manure than to themselves. - Children who are troubles with Worms are pale in the face, fretful by spells, restless in sleep, have blue rings around their eyes, bad dreams, variable pick appetite, and the nose. WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE will kill and expel these parasites. Price 25 cents. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Every dealer in the country reports the supply of heavy draft horses very short and as the demand for them is active at good prices, the range of values is fully as high on them, as on any d other kind of horse. The carriage horse is the only one, not counting the speed horse of course, that can compare with them in this particular. CONSUMPTION CURED. R. E. McRoberts, Southern States. Just a few days ago car loads went north over the Mobile & Ohio Railroad. They were in fine condition and should command fancy prices in the market. Obion Democrat. Mr. S. A. Fackler, Editor of the Micanopy Fla. Hustler, with his wife and children, suffered terribly from La Grippe. One Minute Cough Cure was the only remedy that helped thorn. It acted quickly. Thousands of others use this remedy as .aspeciflc for La Grippe, and its exhausting aftereffects Stormes Drug Store lm The January figures furnished by the Government as to numbers of live stock show 43,948,370 cattle, 38, 651,631 hogs, and 39,114,453 sheep. Cattle have not been so few in number since 1882, and the estimate shows 10,000,000 less than in 1892. Hogs show a falling off of 1,108,362 from the figures of January, 1897, and are 13,746,388 less than in 1892, which stands as high water, mark in hog production. Not since 1881 has the number of hogs been so small. Sheep have increased in numbers nearly a million and a half over last year, but even at that the number is about 4,000,000 short of the average for the past fifteen years. For XjiGrlppe. Thomas Whitfield --& Co., 240 Wabash-av.- , corner Jackson-st- ., one of Chicago's oldest and most prominent druggist recommends Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for la grippe, as it hot only gives' a prompt and complete relief, but also counteracts any ten dency of la grippe to result in For sale by R. E. McRoberts 55 pneu-mouia. Southern cattle are being shipped north in large quantities. Hardly a day passes but from 15 to 30 car loads go north from Mississippi and other Scrofula is the most obstinate of blood troubles, and is often the result of an inherited taint in tho blood. S. S. S. is the only remedy which goes deep Save Your Corn for me. give S1.50 per barrel for 1,000 enough to reach Scrofula ; it forces out I will every trace of to 2,000 barrels of corn delivered in the worst cases. the disease, and cures March or April, 1899. My son, Charlie, was afflicted from infonc7 Jno. W. Miller, Mgr, with Scrofula, and he suffered so that It was Co. impossible to dress him Pilgrimage Distillery years. Ills If an animal gets cut on a barb wire for three tody were a head and apply carbolic acid diluted with mass of sores, and his fence, enough water so it turns the flesh a eyesight also became milky white as first, then gradually affected. No treatment was snared that wo weaken the solution. It will heal thought wonld relieve but he grew worse'! faster than anything I have ever tried. him. nis condition was until nltlable. If a chicken gets scabs and sores on indeed despaired I had almost of his combs and wattles, and in the eyes, ever being cured, when by the advice of a friend open the sores, take the yellow lumps we pave him S. S. S. (Swift's Snecificl. of canker out of the eyes with a stick clded improvementAde-- the result, and after was and apply carbolic acid and water, he had taken a dozen bottles, no one who knew of his former dreadful condition would equal parts; it will not hurt the eyes, recognized him. All the sores on his havo body hi3 skin is but will cure in one or two applica- have healed, he has been perfectly clear and smooth, and restored to perfect Mrs. S. S. Maury. tions. If a cow's teats break out in health. SCO Elm St., Macon, Ga. blisters and then form very ugly, raw For real blocd troubles it is a waste sores, apply carbolic acid and water, docof time to expect a cure three parts of the latter to one part of tors. Blood diseases are from the their beyond the former, at first, then as healing skill. Swift's Specific, begins weaken the solution. It will cure. Cor. Epitomist. One of the most encouraging signs of the return of better times in the horse reaches all d cases which breeding business is the demand that other remedies have no effect upon. It is the only blood remedy guaranteed exists at all the great horse markets purely vegetable, and contains no for smooth farm chunks, weighing mercury, or other mineral. from 1,200 to 1,400 pounds each. Books mailed free to any addres3 by These horses are taken in bunches into Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. country, and there sold to farmers the The Proper Thine:. who have come to the conclusion that "Where are all our umbrellas?" old Dall and Bill are no longer able to asked Mr. Bloobumper. do the work. The old geld ings worked "They are used up," replied Mra. well while they were at it, and for Bloobumper. quite a while at that, but they would "Well, that is just the way in which not last forever and the result is that I wanted to use one." Town Topics. those farmers who quite breeding Still the Same. altogether in 1893 and 1SG4 have now Cholly Vaas, sevewal yeaws ago I no young things coming on to take the fell deeply in love with a girl, but place of the old workers and have to wejected me made a wegular idiotsho ot pay out their good money for power to me. do their spring work. Dolly And you never got over it? Last September when wheat was selling at 64 to 66 cents per bushel, the llvuvisht to Time. Farmers Home Journal urged farmers "I dearly love birds," he gently And then she didii't do a thing to build bins and granaries and hold sighed. for an advance. A few of them did it but hasten to the open piano and softly bird." bnt the greater number stored or pre- began singing: "I wish Iawere anow. looking for nest They tended to store with millers, giving Yonkeis are Statesman. them the privilege of grinding their wheat whenever they .vanted to, but A Diplomatist. "I say, Jimmie, d'yer ma beat yer still paying storage fees, thus taking millers practically out of the market. when yer got in last night?" "No; you bet she didn't." Notwithstanding this silly action by "My, you got off easy." the farmers, wheat has advanced in "Yes; you see, she was 'fraid I'd yell six or eight weeks 10 to 15 cts. so loud I'd wake the baby." Illustrated the last per bushel. If farmers had held their j American. wheat tr.emselves, or had not allowed i Exi'KitiMENTS now show that during millers to grind it up free, the proba- profound sleep a noise not sufKei ent bilities are that the advance would to awaken the sleeper produces a per have been 35 to 40 cents and that it ceptible rise in the temperature of the bra) u. would have come much earlier. Ex. deep-seateh, Tit-Bit- s. m Scrofula, a Vile Inheritance. Hemp seed is now worth $3.50 for the best and the price may increase to will raise more hemp and iess tobacco if the present prices in tobacco do not increase. To the Kentucky farmers it is a sad fact that each year sees less hemp raised. For the past few years the average has been about 5,000 tons. It is especially sad to the old farmers who can remember when Kentucky produced 40,000 tons of hemp. This is the result of various cases. Before the war the cotton output was tremendous and our hemp was required to wrap up the cotton and our hemp was used to tie the covering on the cotton. The war came on and destroyed many of the cotton fields so there was a less demand for Kentucky's hemp. After the war jute was used instead of hemp to make the coverings to the cotton bales. Then a law was passed by Congress relieving Manila of its duty. In this manner what little hope was had in the hemp as rope, corn, twine, etc., vanished. Lexington Herald. In order to remove paint from windows, take strong bicarbonate of soda and dissolve it in' hot water. Wash the glass in this, and in- twenty minutes or half an hour give it a grand rubbing with a dry cloth. - 85 before sowing as farmers f -A- LL WOMEN Cfr JiJlNE-TOTr- ail the pain andslcknessfrom which women suffer is caused by weakness or derangement In the organs of Nearly always when a woman is not welktheso organs are affected. But when they are strong and healthy a woman is very seldom sick. menstruation. Wine'flrduil Is nature's provision for the regulation of the menstrual function. It cures all " female troubles." It Is equally effective for the girl In her teens, the young wife with domestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the " Change of Life." They all need It. They are all benefitted by it Itor advice in cases requtrln? speebl directions, address, gtvlnc symptoms, the "Ladles' Advisory Department." The Chattanooga Medicine Co., I A TIMELY HINT. Yoa should be wise and see that your blood Is sick and pure and yonr whole system pnt in a perfectly healthy condiUoa by the use of Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then yon will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds sad the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder Is the best medicine money caa bny. Fr yur Cm4 wim L lm' HMm. pric zc a sUttl. For sale by try Dr. Otte'a SprtiM mm 50b B. B. McRoberts swMMiVIMCssaiSttUts." Tpto, Wm., MyM " Bred tram try Irrtfalar and alnnil menstruation aad doctors coute not reHevt her. Wins of Carta! tnHrtly cored her sod ftHa htlMd mm THOS. J. COOPER, My titter TO QUIT I will close out AT NBT WHOLESALE : COST my entire stockj consisting of salesman witll a slloe house, ana in order to do that I must THEY MUST GO no matter how great the sacrifice. close out this stock. How this is NO FAKE At thi6 expiration of that time I will send what is left to an This sale will last ONLY SIXTY DAYS. auction house in the city and have them sold at what ever they will taring. Gome early while yen have a This stock is all NEW, no old styles nice assortment to select from. This sale; begins. today. aseasfer, Ky. Ilorta sifie I have decided to accept a position as traveling ents Furnishing Goods. Etc. -- -- i.. J t FOLEY'S MONEY and TAR cures LA A physician can presc tiba Dr- - 0tt0,s SpfUce Gam I'.alsam. ine o rmia is on the Cures your CoutrU a day. Very pleasant to iarg-e ,1 size bottles. uik. ior Price 25c and S)c Dr. Otto's Spruco ; RlMtn. paci. JAILED FOR CONTEMPT. , Eni-rt PtetfoS rfitiEtgi Ofie- One Dollar and Imprisoned Tuklnc of Hi p.Mluona. matiam CUBAN O I L care V Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Rheu and Sores. Price, 25 cente ., A BOON TO R. 6 MANKINH! 'tJ'-!i Fcr GRIPPE and prevents PNEUMONIA STOPS Beautiful Complexion Ose Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Q lluar for Kefuiln? to Answer m tho UCKEYE g 03- I.ouUvllle Woman SnrcumSs to Co!d. Il,E. McKoberts. HOWMXC For sale by 3!nru Mtintititit C:irs. Gueex, Ky., Feb. 10. Frank . Allison died Monday midnight of He had been meningitis. THS IT SSbALS THE LtJft&3 AMD working in Morgantown, where the -i L du fi -W VW discafo was epidemic. Another member of the Allison family is said to LINGERING LA GRIPPE FOH BECO.ViMENDED be ill. " Alarm at Iien:lcrgon. .s- - Cure of INTERNAL and A New Disc. COUGH CURED. LA GRIPPE. Hexdeksox, Ky., Feb. 11. R. H. AbShot H:imlf. O. VAC HA It. 117 Osjjood St . C'nicngo. MU. K. Jackson, Danville. III. Write: 'My bott, well known farmer, aged 43 WITHOUT PAIN. STAxroitn, Ky., Feb. 10. Cornelius My w ifc had .1 severe caso of I.a Grippe d. agbter !i;vl rt severe struck o Ijt ilrij.ve years, died Thursday of spinal menleft her with a very Bailey, eolcred, while hunting, accii :mJ st voj y ars atio.ni.t sluct; tliea when she thrcv ye ir CURES VJEw OTHERS HAVE FAILED. ingitis. A number of new cases was tt. .t;s coW u tcrriMo cous'i eoitics oa Ja r rlie trL-- a bt.ttlc of Tolcy's dentally shot himself, the contents of s TUBES, BY PiAiL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. reported from the county Thursday. HoitcY stud Tar and it khvo immediate li ng. We Hi ii a K'Cdt iiiitny the pun striking him under the chin. vr tliont sii'Iug rcKcf. fche tri Foley's One bott'e cured her c'MiPh entirely. He staggered a mile through the deep iudge. There are several persons in the city JAMES F. BALLARD, Sola Prisicr, - - 3iQ Hcrih Main Street, ST. LOUIS, MO. H iioy Tat uhic!i enred her Sin- - lias Now we are nevei v.Micut a bottle of litis dangerously ill with the disease. PeoSiw Their I'arali zrd Mother Kurn. snow, when he became exhausted and trojU:ii with .1 'ouali Muec " wouaurful Cough Ucdiciiio in the house ple are becoming alarmed here over RiCiiM0Xn,Ky., Feb. 10. Mrs. Garfroze to death in a field. the spread of the disease. land Kindred, of Borca, who was parDe.it h of .Tnhn J CorneiUon. GUARANTEES. Pnmppd Oat in T.mc Lexixgtox, Ky., Feb. 1G. John .T. tially paralyzed, met an awful death. She was sitting in an invalid chair in Louisville, Ky., Feb. 14. George Corneilson, who about 15 years ago '2 JELSC?c fire when her clothing ig05 5j Major, a 'Negro prisoner at the workhorsewhipped Judge Keid, of Mt. front of a to a crisp, house, attempted suicide Monday Sterling, judge of the superior court nited, and she was burned dying in great agony. Two of her morning by taking a large dose of of Kentucky, which caused the learnchildren witnessed the accident, but smallpox disinfectant. He was disin which rice is boiled should ed judge to suicide, died Tuesday of '.'Ifkuar.ts oftliP Slao. were too small to. render any help. covered and pumped out in time. put away to mix with milk for the apoplexy at his homo in this city. ytate. (,'utlun jUdren. or mav be added o a cream G Tirnot'a llotiirt to Un llebullt. by th- - Severe Cold. .slate. ,rk:mibD'Ttnr Oreic-nnjup. FnAXKFonT, Ky., Feb, 10. The exec ( I (Iiei st REPORT OF THE CONDITION V.'n.mn. Ky.. Feb. 1C Intelligence Citli ft n Ni.t'i'iiar :is nruim tiv cets short 3 utive mansion, which burned last Ckiloratlo--'ont.-a.sUile. onfie..l:on of the luntis, sore tun at was received Tuesday of the death by OF THK Custodian of will be rebuilt. r !:!. m:;1 is;n as nol v.aur wm'ii freezing of Dr. Joseph L. Laulhart, of Connect icut a t nit.' hUUe. uolicd early in the ease and lisoi Kock Liclr. He was visiting his pa- public buildings Thompson decided Ddavrcire IJliu Ik'n stitle. on this course Tuesday and he tients Sunday night, and was over- fully advertise for bids which will reFltiritl:! -- Pen'nviiSar .slate. Ib.t water taken freely halt an hour come by the severe cold and died. will Geor'a -- C'riclior Mlato. leiore neosnne is an i'xc;i.'iii ciiuwi quire the building to be ready for occucase of const ipatiou wlitle 3 Ilinuls Su?kiT stale. in OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT pancy by the governor on April 13. Tr:nl F:oz-- to a a soolhing effect up-- the stomach Iniiiati;: nusifr slate. Lkxixgton, Ky., Feb. 10. A tramp nd bowels. CLOSE OF BUSINESS, FEB. 4,1899 own- - l lav. Jceye .state. J named Anthony Uoracci was taken to Disastrous Fir at Brnoksvillp. Kansas Siiullmver state. the hospital Tuesday frozen almost to Biiooksvili.e, Ky., Feb. 14. Fire, RESOURCES. Kenluc!:y- - Illue Grass stale. bin, vo:'si!p.if.u:i attii, 11m:death. A Xcgro woman was found tfn which started in the Review printing w, 25 els. Dewces street almost dead from tho Louisiana Pelican .slate. $111,81 office, destroyed the following build- Loans and discounts 18 1,4.". Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 1'siie Tree state. 3!ain cold. Neither will likely survive. 2",.00O 00 ings: Pope's hotel, Spark's grocery, U. S lloitils to secure circulation SOLDIERS. RIOTOUS laiid- - Olt. Line slate. Premiums on U. S. Uonds 3Iar. Barrett's drug store, the Review print- Stocks, securities, etc MM) 00 Tnl Fr m His Ilorp. "Wagon ts liay stale. 8,500 00 Call and S33 tliis Cslebratsd f uruitnre Banking-housTTiey Start n "Riimsh Ilmiio" in tho tars ai STAxroim. Ky., Feb. 1G. John Crab-tre- ing office, Mrs. O'Brien's boarding Other real estate and and lixtures mortgaRes 3! ichipm "Wolverine si at e. From Ivy. SUuia F:r-1,250 00 Tuesday in an house, Bonfield's grocery and Mrs. Gib owned while going home Q--XT- S' 3Iin:-iutnni from Nntlnnnl Hunks (not ReGt.i.lier st ate. ihe Car Vt md.ws. 1.174 intoxicated condition, fell from his son's residence. reserve Airents JJayou st:;te. 4'J l. Due from Statu Hanks and Bunkers... He was found almost frozen Kentucky River Frozen. Duo from amiroved reserve twents... .V2.457 hS Lksixctox, Ky., Feb. U. Iwo cars horse.' others. Montana Stub Toe state. fully Warranted and Excels 2.15 45 dcatlu He died shortly after. Fraxkfout, Ky., Feb. 14. Sunday Checks ofand other cash items of 4th Kentucky soldiers on route to to 310 00 !?el)r:is!:a Dlackwatei state. night was the coldest in the history of Notes other national banks nickles tinnnr enrrennv. Wants to 15"! Speaker. their mountain homes from Anni.ston, 131 65 Nevada Silver state. and cents go-i-n $12,515 50 Ala., where the' were mustered out, FuAXitroitT, Ky., Feb. 16. Rcpre- - the state capital, the thermometer Specie ev Ila;npl!ire- Granite state. S.0SS 00 Tho I niral.tpni1i.r notes sr to 31 deirrces below zero. were attached to a train on the Lexontative South Trimble, of this city, 7cx Jersey- - Jei.sey Blue state. ington and Eastern railroad Monday has decided to enter the race for speak Kentucky river is frozen from bank to I?nlnrrr.Hm, perfnnrt with IT. S. Treas. 1,125 00 Kew York Empire state. cent of circulation) .. urer (5 bank, the ice being several inches afternoon. I!efore the train had moved er of the next Kentucky house. 2s 01th Carolina Old North state. Total thick. Only two of the six coal mera "rough two blocks they started LI ABILITIES. "ouli Dakota- - Flickertail state. Frr ze to Death In I 8 Cradle. chants are able to supply coal. house," fahootintf out of the windows $50,000 00 Capital stock paid in. Flemixcshueo, Ky., Ftb. 1C A littlo Ohio Buckeye slate. lU.uiu 10 cars surplus tuna with pistols and demolishing the TIip Weather at Mt. Sterling. iTnHlvMAl rrfits- - less exnenses and Oregon Beaver stte. child of Hiram Jackson, near Walling- L10I 7S generally. The train was stopped and taxes paid Ky., Feb. 14. The Mt. Sterling, 22..MK) (Kl ford, is reported as having frozen to JVnnsylvania Keystone state. Nntlnnnl Riuik notes outstandiutr backed back to the station. 4f0 mercury again took a tumble Monday nm. to ntlier Nntlnnnl Hanks death while asleep in its cradle. HlH.de Island -- Little INiody. deposits subject The officers tried ;o subdue the solmorning, IS degrees below zero. Some Individual otlier man tuose to check. H0.7S9 04 auove South Carolina Palmetto state. Liabilities diers but in vain, so two cais were cut 11!) Year. stated, Stock Reduction Sentenced to 1'rUon fur thermometers showed 3 to 5 lower. In .South Dakota Swing Cat state. 14 off and the rest of the train pulled out Total Washington; Feb. 10. Private Wm, this section much poultry, horses and Tennessee Big Bend state. leaving the soldiers standing on the BOOK Edwards, Company A, 7th United other stock are freezing to death. The State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss Texas Lone Star state. track. of I, II. V. Hudson. States volunteer infantry, was found coal market is in cood shape, though bank, do solemnly Cashierthatthe above named swear the above stateVermont Green Mountain state. were much incensed and uilty by a The soldiers convened at an advance in price has been made. ment is true to the best of mv knowledge and . r iicuso.v. uasmer. will bring suit against the railroad. Tiifrinia Tiie Old Dominion. belief. Macon, Ga., of murder and wounding Subscribed ai'd sworu to before me this "Washington- - Chinook state. Eciped in Their N ht Ciothes. day of Feby, 18. 9 with intent to commit murder, and The Weather r Ky., Feb. 14. The Panhandie. Henderson, "West Viiffinia-T- he G. S.Gaines, Notary FUbiic. Lexixgtox, Ky., Feb. 14. Attested sentenced to dishonorable discharge, dwelling of William Mitchusson, a Correct Attest : "Wteconsin Badjrer state. thermometers registered "24 below zero forfeiting all pay and allowances and farmer, burned Monday morning. Ilia Lewis V. Lea YELL. Directors J.J.Walker. Monday morning. The poor have been to be coiiuncci to nam iauoi- ior jj wife and three children made their esJ. M. Hiuuinbotiiam, Good maeearoni is of a yeliowisl fed at a soup house all day and various years. 111c sentence nas uucji ujr- cape in night clothes. The children's c lor, does not break readily in cookcitizens have donated coal. Only two proved and the penitentiary at L ort limbs were badly frozen and the mother i srand swell's to three or four times coal yards in Lexington have any coal Leavenworth, Kas., designated as tlie is dangerously ill. REPORT OF THE CONDITION its bulk. and they will not furnish to any one place of confinement. OF THE ton. Coal has Will Honor ISoone. The half cup of peas left over f r m nerson more than a May Ah union tlm Inlands. t davs dinner, may be ad led to the jumped from 2.50 to 4.00. Monday Frankfort. Ky., Feb. 10. The Ken London, Feb. 10. According to the 1 omelet, and thus convert a night the weather bureau predicted Madrid correspondent of the Daily tucky State Historical society will obdrop to CO below zero. serve the birthday anniversary of DanMail the question of selling the Caro I ain omelet intb a sightly on". lines, and the Ladioncs is still unde iel Boone February 11, with elaborate OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT cided because no power has yet made exercises. Addresses will be delivered D. Bryan, of Kansas, a pioneer CLOSE OF BUSINESS FEB. 4,1899 definite ffer, and the idea of aban by DnJ. General Hen- doning them altogether may be con historian, RESOURCES. drick and lion. John Andrew Steele, of sidered if, no offer is forthcoming. . riVidW r.nnna nnd rilspnlintS Woodford county. MM 7.5 r....rA..fr, ci.iirnil mid nnsuciirud... A XiW Kxintdition Treaty. v.uw U. S. Bonds to secure circuiiuiuu Petltllous. In llankruptcr. Washington, Feb. 10. The depart Stocks, securities, etc 11.C00 00 Voluntary Frankfort, Ky., Feb. ment of state has received a report ft ice, National Bank. real estate nnd mortgages own- from Ambassador Clayton, at the City petitions in bankruptcy were filtd by Otlier ed.. Vntlnnnl Ttnnks IllOt lte- - ",1W i" ' Littinan, of Danville, with $3,000 fi.. f,r.m of Mexico, showing that the. governJ. serve Aleuts)... cr,.t.. Knnl-- nnd hankers.. iir o'J i ments of the United States and Mexico liabilities and 2,000 life insurance as r..... i 7 aa aaam. fmm nnnroved reserve aiteuts.... 29,3fi3 62 new assets, and Richard McKeen, of Burnhave just agreed on the terms of a VJU pi Items .nil nflipr J,y 83 1,000 and liabiliSnte of otlier MUlOUal isiiuks extradition treaty to replace that side, with assets of 378 Fractional paper currcucy.nickels.cts "Ring oat the old which lanscd about a fortnight ago. ties Sionn Specie ... falso Ring out the All J'rcvUius Iti cnrd steamer Connections, Redemption Fund with U.S. Treas- 2.250 We bring to you the new and true from the Route, with its rail and urer (5jt of circulation) Columbia, S. C, Feb. 10. All preSS 50 piney forests of Norway line to Florida Revenue Stamps Tuesshort forms the vious records here were broken 83 3aM Total points. Fast day when the mercury went to two and West India degrees below zero. During the day, UABIL1TIES. Can Prescribe Service through to Double Daily Pullman however, the temperature rose rapidly. f 100,000 CO Capital stock paid lu in business and Jacksonville. The general tie-uUudivldod profit8,le3S expenses and s FLORIDA AND HAVANA railroad circles has practically ended. ,",Cru X, taxes paici The famous ClNClNN notes outstanding.... National Bank u Nature's most natural remedy, improved by The public schools will resume exerservice to Florida via the Due to other National Banks LIMITED solid vestibuled ? Due to 8tate Bauks and.bankers..... science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive cises Wednesday. Individual deposits subject to check. lW.oi 3p Southern Railway, and Queen & Crescent, for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces Care National Painters' asscciation con direct steamship con of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. $336j835 K F.C. & P. Railway makes Total Lungs are exhila rention operiFd in'Cincinnati Tuesday. The sore, weary GABKABD, SS Coasti or at Tampa (West Coast) for nection on arrival at Miami (East mucus is cut out ; the DIGEST YOUR FOOD. Jt item KESTUCK.Y.COUKTY OF rated ; the Formula on each package, of Kinnaibd. ninety per cent, of all sickness Is caused bT V of that ticklins is removed, and the inflamed I. WM. H. ,i niumi1vCashierthat the above . t 't: the above orooerlv mere f And not helnir into your dices ted. it creates poi Key West, Havana, Nassau. Santiago, San Juan, membranes are healed and soothed so mat uXment blood and then yowate to thebest of my knowledge sons and pocs ftt CURES YOUR COUGH f and belief. Is true liable to almost any disease the hnmaa system is no inclination to cough. is heir to. Use Dr. CarlstedCs German Liver and all West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to me this 11 . -- Subscribed and sworn to before Powder and watch the results. Yon will' feel SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS K" New Orleans. Free books and Information by addressing, taking one dose. Give it W39. pood effects after day ol Fed, SaVi&blie. Bottles Only. 25c, 60c. and $1.00 Sizes the and be convinced. Price 25c a trial C. W. SELL. DIV. PASS'CR AGENT. ATI. AND RACE STB.. CINCINNATI. O., Commission expires Januaxv 16th lbO?. S O. L. MITCHELL, DIV. PASS'CN AGENT. CHATTANOOGA. TENN.. OR Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balaam Curaa EE SURE YOU GET . AGENT CINCINNATI O. Correct Attest:- . W. C. RINEARSON. GEN'L t am ttn vrtRr old. acdnrvcr treed Cough. JitsMhafMwMcina Your 1 ny remedy cqian to Dr. IJcU's alecR.Dbnsy, far ChttaWn:; vwlquSck anil permanent rr lief Director!. Dr. Bell's w UlutraMd MontMj. " Laol u4 UTUr," OM jw. It ul W cu. to V. C Ukumd, for Jno.E. Stormes,. k .cc'df-ntall- 1 ronu-die- Loi'isvii.i.E, Ky.. Feb. 10. George W. Hutchinson, of the Louisville Build- ng and Loan association, was Tuesday fined St and sent to jail for one hour for contempt. The fine and imprisonment were imposed by No Clarence tary and btenograplicr Walker because Hutchinson refused to answer questions in the taking of some depositions. In deciding Hutchinson ijuilty of contempt' Judge Miller also rendered a decision to the effect that any one with power to take a deposition has power to punish for contempt providing he is upheld by a superior Louisville, "K3-- Feb. 11. Annie Miller, colored, was found dead in bed by neighbors at her home, Thirtj-sixt- h and Miller avenue. She retired Wednesday night in good health in order to keep warm, as she had little fuel. It is supposed she became numbed from cold during the night and was unable to summon aid. TJ 2h -1 PILE EXIT 1 ' TIS 0. - G. r Alr.b-'.mu- 1 Ik-a- r 1 Fri-da- iii:i Citizens National Bank 1 . -- CO e, at a G 3Iis.-:ipil- - Or. It S, all - All Kinds Farm Machinery Always onHaii d ?-- 1 0". 33. IE Hi "x , PAINT LICK. HANOI v court-marti- Rubber Tires JL11 Repairing nf Kinds. NATIONAL BANK. Be on So the Safe Side and Insure your.Tobacco. i 11 i v R. KINNIARD a niv. I THE QUEEN A CRESCENT :iv CO BELL ) mmzMm lira i microbe-bearing p Dr. Otto's J Spruce Qum cough-wor- I ) Balsam. f Sin adayjjjjc Pncc,25&50c R. E. kcKeberts, g-- I - FASS-GR- Ras-Tar-Hsfl- gy bi grip aswcU as coaslis and colds. Ituakea weak Iran atnfiC.-X- n. M. A. KetcalM, ' For sale by 11. UJ. KcRoberts, Jambs Sfilman. ) bMR.Mil la U StatbT Stvl