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NINTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as Second Class tutrit 3I N l t etoo fatter NO3IBRRg6 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Cor Public Square and Dauville Avenue O3OOO3OO3OOOOOOOOQO3OOOOOO FARMERS Q oaoooaooooooao g Examine my stock and prices R of AMERICAN No 20 Q Chilled plow Hillside plows O g and Disc Harrows Q Hames Collars trace chains Q Q collar pads bridles check lines 5 Sand breeching o R HASELDEN I and get a yard stick o Col W G Welch W I Williams WELCH WILLIAMS All business attended to promptly 8 o wiiI Stanford Lancaster Attorneys at Law Lancaster Xy t BEAZLEY BAUGHMAH FUNERAL DIRECTORS RTERIAL and CAVITY a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky EMBALMING LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 2 1899 LOCAL HAPPENINGS r UU1U1UU1U1U1U1U mmnrnrnrnrnnnnrnnirgi mmnrnrnrnr t 1 mnr nr No drunks Monday Smoke the ProctorKnott cigar Some pretty weather this week No in town Monday Bargains in Clocks at Thompson Be vaccinated and take no chances Fresh oysters daily at G S Gaines Joseph leads the van on pretty Carpets in therollJ Beazley Co A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy the smoker Beautiful spring goods now arrivin at Josephs r Theres much kicking on condition of the pikes All the latest in dress goods at Josephs V Prettiest Ginghams ever shown in Lancaster J Joseph Maple trees for Spring planting J C Thompson Clover Timothy Blue grass seed cheap at T Sam Duncan says the Pattage birds were nearly all frozen We are better prepared than ever to sail you carpets J A Beazley Co Car Iron and Bones H B North M Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orch ard Grass and Seed Oats at G S GAINES A Ccottage Upright Baldwin piano Good as new S B HEXRY tf Col B M Burdett alias Cooterer has a splendid letter elsewhere in this Everybody indebted to G S will please coil and get their New Years gift Guess at the seed in the gourd at Josephs You might get that hand some goods to Curreys Wanted cott For Sale issue range street fakirs i novelties A Gaines Circuit court week after next Lancaester is getting a hustle herself was the remark frequently heard Monday Honey Clover and Hay sold and delivered anywhere in town by GH3 Gaines The Goitre College will give a performance in the Danville opera house tomorrow evening Wanted Eggs and Chickens Good price paid Bring them in before prices drop H B Northcott Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Nutricious and Digestable Nothing like it H C Potts Buck eye Ky All old accounts not settled before March 15th will be putIn the hands of an attorney for collectionJ J Herbert Kinnaird has resigned as operator at the telephone exchange and George Harris is now manipula ting the wires Heavy Loss Reports say Gov Bradley will lose heavily by the fire at Frankfort as much valuable personal property was consumed by the flames If every fellow standing about the new hotel lot would work one day in shoveling dirt a hole would soon be made large enough to put the court house in All those indebted to the Graded School for taxes or tuition will please settle same at once The School can not run without money to pay for teachers and fuel E W Harris Tres Hemp Wanted I will be at Mr Tobe Leavels office every day Will pay market price in CASH Also have a few cultivated Hemp Seed 08 crop for sale tap14 BANKS HUDSON Pictures Pictures Pictures We find we can stay here only 30 days so if you want Pictsres made come at once 18 for 25cents 6 positions Cabinets 125 for doz Crouch Mattern over Blue Grass Grocery Exchange Potts Bros have established an ex on T mothy minstrels I ompson Notice t 1 S COMING Mr Swofield representing the Globe Tailoring Company of Cincinnati be with us MARCH 8 and 9 with complete line ofSpring Suitings Made to Measure at from 15 to 45 Dont to see this Great Line It is chock Full of all the Latest Novelties ofthe season lOCr PAIRS Of odds and ends in Mens and Ladies Shoes out on our counters to be closed out regardless of cost They are good styles but as we only have one or two pairs of a kind we want to get rid of them received beautiful line of Spring Neckwear Call and see styles in Hats for Spring We have just open ed a beautiful line Logan Robinson I Iwill fall 7f trustthe new A f It N gJ f Q v s- r 1 t l- H Y f r rt t change at the residence of Mrs Cunninghams on Depot street and will keep on hand flour meal shipstuff etc to exchange for wheat They will erect a large builbing within the next few weeks Second the Motion The leaf correspondent of the Cen tral RECORD nominates Judge M D Hughes of Lancaster for representa tive We second the nomination and move he be elected without oppo sition Stanford Journal Good Appointment Mr W K Argo of Danville has been appointed superintendent of the Colorado Institute for the Deaf Dumb and Blind His many Jarrard county friends will be glad to hear of his ap pointment which is a well merrited Pretty Work The third degree was given at the K P lodge Friday night and the new regalia used Everyone who has seen the new outfit pronounces it the finest in the land The first degree will be conferred tomorrow night when the new outfit for that degree will be used John William Onstott son of Mr and Mrs Isaac Oustott of Owensboro aged 19 years died ofJagrippef which had terminated in consumption Mr Onstott was a former resident of Lan caster and has deepest sympathy The remains were brought to Lancas for interrment Contrary Two men while toasting their shins by a store stove were commenting on how contrary a certain Lancaster man was The first said lies so contrary that were he a log he would have to be sawed with the grain A crosscut could not make an impression The second opened his head and spake thus lIes so contrary that were he to fall in a river and drown he would float up stream Spring Suits Hold your orders for suits until you see Wanamaker Browns spring samples They are beauties and more value is put in them for the price than ever before It is the oldest and largest house in the nation and defies competition in quality and prices W Harris will wait on you in my absence M D HUGHES Agent Mr Horace Bohon of Hustonville an expert for the McCormack Harvest ing Machine Co while setting up a machine at Paint Lick Saturday had his face severely cut and bruised by the escaping of a spring Dr Cox the commercial tourist was with him at the time of the acci dent and dressed the wounds taking four stitches in a gash across his cheek Mr Bohons wounds are very painful but not necessarily serious beyond a possible disfigurement Thoroughly Equipped- J A Beazley has purchased a beauti ful pair of gray horses to work to his hearse which makes his of the most complete in Central Kentuc ky He is thoroughly versed in em balming having taken a complete course in that branch of his business A handsome line of caskets and shrouds are kept constantly in stock as is also everything necessary in an uptodate undertaking establishment His team and hearse have been pronoun ced one of the handsomest ever seen in a country town Property Transferers Judge R A Burnside has traded his property on Richmond street to Capt Wm Herndon for the latters property on Danville street Judge Burnside paying a cash difference Capt Herndon has bought of P W Spencer the latters property on Lex ington street and will move Into it as soon as Mr and Mrs Spencer move to New Albany which will be in a few days We understand Capt Herndon thinking of building on the Spencer lot between the present house and Mr Geo Robinson ChIef of Police One reading in country papers and special telegrams to the dailies about Chief of Police so and so making would immagine the town had police forces of one hundred or men Chief sounds mighty big but when the Force consists of only the Chief who is generally in ordinary citizens dress and carrying a sawlog it makes you weary Chief of Police Smith arrested two little negro crap shooters is generally the way it reads The oldfashioned title Town Marshal Is decidedly more appropri ate If your child is cross or peevish it is no doupt troubled with worms WHITES VERMIFUGE will remove the worms and its tonic elect restore its natural cheerfulness Price 25 cents 1m C C J E Stormes Big parade Friday afternoon one Onstott lIr- E Accident Fortunately one arrests 1 I F r jIt that outfit I more CREAM r 4 At Come to the show Friday night Big street parade Friday afternoon Companies Indicted The grand jury of Mercer returned true bills against every insurance company doing business in the county charging them with conspiracy The companies indicted number about thirty and if each should be fined 500 as like companies were in Scott oun ty this will aggregate a considerable sum 15000 The insurance men are loud in their protests against this and claim that it will work great harm to the people as insurance policies protect many loans and if these are withdrawn the loans will have to be called in Pushing the Work Contractor Ryan is not permitting grass to grow under his feet and is pushing work on the hotel About forty men wield picks and shovels from sunup to dark while at least twentyfive twohorse wagons haul away the dirt and debris In a few days the foundations will have been dug and the large stones will be put in position to receive the brick walls Mr Ryan keeps as many hands at work as can conveniently move about the lot He is kept pretty busy as he has a big job on his hands and a and one matters to look after It is interesting to see the rapidity with which the work proceeds Mrs Kitty Leavell whose death was announced in last issue of THE RECORD was born in Madison in the year 1814 She was the daugh ter of Hon Jacob Huguely and was married to Squire T LcaveU Eight children blessed the union of whom two survive her Mrs Jesse Walden and S T Leavell both of this city In early life she united with the church and her life was spent in practicing the teachings of the Bible Her kind words of advice cheer and comfort will always be remembered by those seeking her counsel As a neighbor she was always ready to share with those about her and to strive to make their lives happy and cheerful She always had a kind word for everyone and ever ready to assist anyone in need In her death the church loses a zealous member and the community a noble Christian woman Alarge congregation assembled in the Chris tian church to pay the last tribute of respect Aypropriate services were conducted by Elds Jesse and W P Walden and R M Campbell after which the remains were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery The SmallPox Scare Mr Ed Walton of Stanford was here Mouday and told TIlE RECORD that Sowders the victim in that city was doing as well as could be expect ed and would recover He has been kept continually in the pest house and no one allowed to go near Mr Wal ton said there were no new cases in or near Stanford and no one feared a breaking out of the disease As iff the reports of its prevalence in county he said there was a scare about Deep Well woods but investi gation of a number of the reported ca ses showed them to be chickenpox As extreme precautionary steps have been taken there is absolutely no dan ger in visiting our neigboring town The thing to do is to watch out for strangers coming here especially ne groes The disease is holding full sway in Cincinnati and Louisville and there are many more cases in these cities than the newspapers re portOur citizens should be exceedingly watchful in this matter One case of smallpox no matter how mild or how quickly it is gotten out of town would completely paralyze business and kill the spring trade as dead as a door nail The thing to do is every fellow keep his eye skinned and harness up the first person who looks like he even dreamed of having smallpox in time saves making an entire cloth ing store Egg Famine The scarcity of eggs has become se rious The fruit can scarcely be procured at any price Some say the hens have formed a trust and are waiting to get their own figures A report says H D Miller of Ohio went to Pittsburg and quietly started in to buy eggs In a few days he had secur ed 1000 cases or 30000 dozen and now has the market cornered Before to Pittsburg Miller went out the poultry and found that the hens had been frostbitten during the blizzard As it takes them several weeks to recuperate Miller says eggs will be a nickle a piece before Easter Some years ago Edward Atkinson attempted to at the value of the annual egg crop with the result that he found it more important than either the leaf tobacco the barley rye rice or many other notable products of American farms Abundant as is the yield of eggs and low as is the price he esti mated the value at 40000000 60000000 which is more than double the worth of ordinary crops of barley or tobacco and many times the value of rye and buckwheat crops procedure Leavell county Astitch among farms sellingat J 1I p it tfr j thousand Lincoln going arrive annual ai 3 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 100 per year in Adnarce We are receiving an elegant line of WASH GOODS for the Spring trade Ginghams white and colored weltsBlack and colored Wool Dress Goods Ladies Tailor Made Suits c LOGAN DRY GOODS COMPANY SPRING LL J oD THE GOODS See the Grassville Centre Band in parade Friday afternoon with old Si Stebbens blowing the bass drum and Caleb Sis neighbor beating a horn Another Railroad The Commercial Club now has on foot a plan to get anotter railroad through Garrard The idea is to get the Southern to extend its line from Burgin to Middlesboro thus giving this great system a direct line of its own from Louisville to the south and the sea board The Southern now owns the old Louisville Southern from Louisville to Burgin A survey was made several years ago which runs the line through Garrard Eockcastle Jackson Clay Leslie Harlan and into Bell Information from reliable sources shows the Southern would like to have a line of this kind and those in position to know what they are talking about say the road will be built if the right of way is GIVEN The Mercer county people are very and will donate the right of way through Mercer The Lancaster Commercial Club has gone to work to get the right of way through Garrard and parties in position to know say the remaining countses will readily do their part The plan is a plausible one and those pushing the scheme are sanguine of carrying it out Back on the Farm The Dan Darleys Back on the Farm Company was billed for a in the Stanford Opera House Friday night but owing to the small pox scare it was decided to cancel the engagement Mr Walton owner of the Stanford opera house telephoned here and arrangements were made to have the company appear in Lancas ter tomorrow Friday night the to be divided with the Lancas ter band The troupe will appear in the Court House and arrangements have been made whereby the show can be given as well here as in a regular opera house The troupe consists of twelve people and carries a brass band and full orch estra The company is now playing return engagements in Kentucky which goes to prove its popularity The actors are firstclass and the play one of the best on the stage Back on the Farm is a perfect rural without the usual bloodthirsty villian searching for gore It is a pic ture of home life on a farm with the author Dan Darley in the leading role as Si Stebbens Admission SOctsj Children 25cts seats 75cts on sale at Stormes I enthusiastic performance I comedy Reserved Drug Store fki g tr k proceeds 4- a n Thieves Used a Wagon RICHMOND Ky March 2 The gen eral merchandise store of J Wagers at Wagersville was broken into by thieves and clothing hardware and other things valued at SoOO stolen The goods were hauled off in a wagon Entrance was effected by filing a half inch iron bar that fastened a shutter A Good Youngster LEXINGTON Ky March John E Maddens Hamburg Place Tuesday night the celebrated mare Pearl Thorn dam of Pearl Song Counter Tenor and First Tenor foaled a fine looking chestnut colt by W C Whitneys im ported Meddler Cases Were Ignored LOUISVILLE Ky March grand jury reported Tuesday and did not return indictments against Lever ing and llolzheimer who were of conspiracy to defraud the Mutual Life Insurance Co A Baptismal Record BOWIIXG GREEN Ky March 2 Ser F M lam died Tuesday morning aged S3 years He had been pastor oi one church for more than 50 years and had baptized and received into the church more than 3000 persons Lexington Undertakers Assign LEXINGTON Ky March 2 Donobj Bros undertakers assigned to J J Woods Tuesday Ths assignee will condtic the business until creditors are paid Doctor Mortally Wounded LEXINGTON Ky March 2 Ai Greensburg Tuesday night Dr G B Collins of Louisville had a difficulty with J E Cantrill and was mortally wounded Vetoed Iwo Bills CHARLESTOX W Va March 2 GOT Atkinson Tuesday afternoon vetoed two bills passed by the legislature One the labor lien bill allowed a or employe a lien on material oi property for unpaid wages even when held by an innocent purchaser The killed is express bill taxing annually express companies 8500 for a charter on every agent two cent on each package handled and two pet cent on the gross earnings Killed and Injured In a Cavela COUNCIL BLUFFS Ia March 2 Two men were instantly killed and a third sustained a broken leg and was other wise injured Tuesday by the of a bank of earth near where they were working One of the dead men is J U Black of this city and the other is Frank Kroner who had applied and been put to work but a few hours The injured man is GL P Bead of tiuscityv 2At 2The 200 I t suspected laborer other bill caving in before i S- w v raw rrNit t fi v LilUrd Szout fi DANVlLEl KV Toilet w I 31 IgPtl I i ir t1ri ti aryt a ftrrlcZes Ef2A Al A t J Al A AA A blll li111 J A Ail Al jl i1Iriiithi d1p rue I QI 1 t 1 ilr OrO D B KlftUMRDS Insurance Agency 57000000 In the following Fire Insurance Companies Etna of Hartford of America National of ilartfort- Phcnix of Brooklyn Ilnrtforil of Hartford Manchester of England Ccuufctlcut of Hartford North IMtiAh and Xerehauiile Aaiericia o f York Liverpool slid London and Globe I also represent the old reliable Haw York Lfs INSURANCE COMPANY EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE GO OF NEW YORK Robinson lfamiltoakisO 2 Office over Post Office Liisc STSR KKNTVCKYI OUGAKIZ3D 1883 RepresenUnlZ Queen I G rn1J ew lilSgran COMPANY IITIRE and LIFE INSUR llSPRINGFIELD E I I Over FIRE AN D MARIN C TIZENS NATI lIAL BANK or LAHOABTER KY Capital Suplus Fund 5OOOO 10000 BUSINESS SOLICITED Prompt Attention Guaranteed J U HseiNBOTHAV l 5WI Y LSATELL B F RUDCOK W O RIGNCT WALKKB President VIcePresident Cushlei Assistant Caelij Bookkeeper DIRECTORS J M HlSeiKBOTH AM LEWIS Y LEATBLL JOHNSON T 1 I ARNOLD JE BF HUDSON ALSIOIDBS JJWALKEB JACOB Y ROBIMSON All firstclass cigar stands have the Proctor Knott cigar For the speedy and permanent cure oi tetter salt rheum rind eczema Eye and Skin Ointment is without an equal It relieves the itch ing and smarting almost instantly and use effects a permanent cure It also cures itch itch scald head sore ripples itching piles chapped hands chronic sore eyes and granulated lids Dr Tallys Condition Powder for horses are the best tonic blood purifier and vermifuge Price 25cents R EMcRobertt Drnyjrst Lancaster ron A THIRL MONTHS 2UDSCRIPTK3N TO THE THE CrtCMTCBT AND BEST AFTERNOON PXPZR IK THE SOUTH ji Correct Market Quotations Latest State News q Al the Local News j2 Complete Press Reports Largest Circulation in the South 3 350OO AND OVER DAILY Or goo a Year by Mail M AGENT IN EVERY TOWN LOUISVILLE TIMES Co LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY J and C D J C ARNOLD sSke ers rrtff JI C lt ef1J x i 1 L9UISVILLE 1 i56 TH I tiTatni a G Chamberlains oldby STI i g TIMES t t i S CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY ZOPJS C1JWIM Publisher LANCASTER KENTUCKY ERnS O YrE IN AD7ANCK 100 C THREE 2f ISIX MONTes TIIIJKfyi Ay March 2 1899 TIm conduct on railroad trains bj soldiers has come to a point which is disgusting in the extreme These toughs when mustered out of the service proceed to demolish ilro cars insult ladies and endanger the lives of passengers and trainmen They seem to think that a suit 01 soldier clothes gives them the right to act just as they please A brakeman mashed the foul mouth of one of these toughs the other day and the travel ing public should present the plucky trainman with a chromo The dis graceful conduct of the toughs leave made it almost unsafe for a lady to travel alone The dirty slouch hat the greasy blouse the yellow leggins and foul mouths have gotten to be a nuisance on nearly all railroad trains and the people will offer a hearty Amen when they have disappeared Nil ToiiF PILCHEK formerly edi tor of the Jficholasville Democrat is a candidate for Railroad Commission er in this district Mr Pilcher is a gentleman thoroughly equipped fen the position and is being strongly sup ported for the place He is the only candidate Jessamine county has ever offered for a state office is an original silver man having been made Presi dent of the Bimetalic League of Jes sumine county and was sent as a dele gate to the State Convention at in 18flG WHILE W P Walton was barking his shins on the rungs of that ladder he doubtless was meditating upon that passage of scripture which says one ought to love his next door neighbor as himself UXCLE SAMS building a new Maine now and its safe to say that anybody with a grudge against the old gentle man will think twice before blowing her up Hemcrkablt Rescue Mrs Michcil Curtain Plainileld 111 makes the statement that she caught cold which settled on her lungs she was treated for a month by her family physician but grew worse Tie told her she was a hopelessvictim of and that no medicine could cure her Her druggist suggested Dr Kings New Discovery for she bought a bottle and to her delight found herself benefitted from first dose She continued its use and after taking six bottles found herself sound and well now does her own housework and is as well as she ever was Free trial bottles of this Great Discovery at Tx E McRoberts Only 50 cents and every bottle guaranteed 1m I MT HEBRON Peggie Stublcfield is very sicl at this writing Mr B A Duncan sold to Mrs McMillion a mare at 15 Miss Edna Scott will begin a sprint school at Pleasant Hill Monday Mrs Betsy Graham a very aged la dy was buried at Mt Hebron morning James Johnson closed a ten days singing here Sunday His class is very much pleased with their Misses Lena Rogers Maggie and Mrs Alice Clark were the pleasant guests of Miss A E Scott Sunday Misses Mollie Evans and Sarah Ivy Johnson escorted by Bert Roar of High Bridge attended at this place Sunday George Quinby of Jessamine spent Monday night with his uncle W D Scott Miss Una Montgomery of Bryants ville visited her cousin Ella Mont gomery Sunday Frank Quinby and L Preston of Jessamine were an this neighborhood last week- I have been afflicted with for fourteen years and nothing seemed to give any relief I was able to be around all the time but I had tried I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately re lieved and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it has not since Edgar Germantown Cal For sale by E E McRoberts Druggist 1m Lexington Consumption Drug- Store LOO Annie success preaching suffering everything returnedJosh volunteer altogether consumption Miss Monday Huffman rheumatism constantly n r MARKSBURY Henry Parks bought of John Wends milk cow for 25 J G Boner is still suffering from he effects of the grip Miss Katharine Moore will begin a school of three months at Rice Academy Monday Oth Mrs Reuben Naylor has a dish pan has been using for 25 hears and is in a good state of preservation Misses Mary Rout and Katharine Moore have returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Danville Hugh Leslie Kuykendall left Tuesday last for Bowling Green he has a tfosition as clerk in a clothing1 estab lishmentJ Aldridge while feeding his fowls one morning last week slipped and fell Owing to his age some thought the fall would prove fatal but we learn that he has about from the shock For frost bites burns indolent sores eczemas slap disease and especially Piles Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and counterfeit it Its their endorse meat of a good article Worthless goods arc not imitated Get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes WALLACETON Born to the of Jas W Wallace on the iiith ult a boy The little 15 month old child of Thos Soper is real sick at thiswriting J Bert went to Ford this week in search of a job We wish him goad luck Miss Bettie Ilendrickson is not able to perform her schoolwork and her father Rev Hendrickson is teaching in her stead Wm Caldwell who has been on a visit to relatives in the mountains has returned to his home here Mr Colson our blacksmith who has been living just outside of town moved on Monday to the store of Soper on Alain St He seems much pleased with living in town The recent cold snap besides perform ing various tricks severe expensive amusing and otherwise got in some real good solid work as is proven by the fact that nearly or quite all of the mistletoe in this locality is killed So far we have found no one who knew of this like before Mr II C Kinnaird who returned from Missouri six weeks ago was joined by his family on Monday of this week and say she feels a million dollars richer Mr Kinnaird moved from hereto souri 14 years ago but since coming back bought a nice home ton in which he and his family are now comfortable situated and he says he will never again leave Kentucky to find a better place to live Geo B Secord the well known corj tractor of Towanda N Y says I have used Chamberlains Cough Rem dy in my family for a long time and have found it superior to any other For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m Everyone come to Scotts Fork night to hear Mr James John son the noted singer He is coining in order to make a choir here Died at the home of his daughter Mrs Hansford Green uncle Jimmie Shear age ninetythree of pneumo nisi on the 20th ult Interment in Pleasant Grove cemetery He is the father of twenty children Miss Malinda Murphy age 16 daughter of Mr Samuel Murphy died at her home Sunday morning at three oclock of consumption she had been a patient sufferer for several months Interment in cemetery The bereaved family have the sympa thy of the people of this community Elias had a cow to fall over a cliff and kill herself last week Mr Moss of Camp Nelson age 42 and Miss Canter of Pollys Bend age 15 married at the home of the brides uncle Mr Daniel Carter the 24th ult Rev Thompson officiating We wish the couple a long and happy life Mrs Marian Rainey got from her horse last Friday and broke her collar Lone has suffered much pain Died at the home of her son Mr Straud Grimes Saturday night Aunt Battle Grimes of pneumonia at a ve ry old age Her remains were inter red in theMt Hebron burying ground Rev Neal of Winchester will fill his appointment at Scotts Fork 2nd Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night We hope the weather will be agreeable CliambrrlHlnV Cough This remedy is intended especially for coughs colds croup whooping coughs and influenza It has become famous for its cures of these diseases over a large part of the civilized world The most flattering testimonials have been received giving accounts of its good works of the aggravating and persistent coughs it has cured of colds that have yielded promptly to its smoothing effects and of the danger ous attacks of croup it has cured often saving the life of the child sive use of it for whooping cough shown that it robs that disease of all dangerous consequences It is espe cially prized by mothers for their chil dren as is never fails to effect a speedy cure and because they have found that there is nottoaJeast danger in giving it even to babies as it contains noth ing injurious Sold by R E McRob erts Druggist 1m s 5 en i to nice she wife Sop r friends and near UNi Saturday GunnsChapel Leaven u Remedy The There recovered Dc lits Drug- Store Wallace C eve Mi 45 51 were throw evenin she sever ha t The this all 3m provIng D C Pullins sold his farm to Jesse Ledford for 40 per acre Possession given April first f Murray and Shearer shipped their crop of 28 bogheads of tobacco to this week Mr Myers of Paint Lick has moved his saw mill to Mrs Sallie farm on Sack Creek Mason Pullins shipped part of his tobacco crop to Louisville Mrs Annie Adams teaching a subscription school at Paint Lick nost Monday W B Adams has the best four horse team in the county He hauled the large boiler to Myers saw mill from Paint Lick to Back Creek Mon day it will weigh eight or ten pounds Everybody said the con dition the rQjuls woe in It would take bight horses to pull it Deputy U S Marshal W T Short and family moved to Mt YQrnon Wednesday and will that their home in tIle future Alvah Adams is going to engage in the pole cat business He went out a few days ago and dug into a den and found one very fine one he was at a loss to know how he could capture it alive finally he concluded to pull off his coat and button it up he slipped the coat into the den artrt into it the cat went ho gathered up his game and struck for home He didnt get bit but there was a very perceptible odor left on the coat For a quick remedy and one that is perfectly safe for children let us One Minute Cough Cure It is excellent for croup hoarseness in the throat and coughs Stormes Drug BUENA VISTA The wet weather still continues and farmers are beginning to get There has been but little done The protracted meeting that has been in progress at Browns Chappel the last week still continues and we trust that much good will be done before it closes J Bonnie Poor the clerk in Scotts store is on the sick list this week with a throat trouble The price of corn in this hood has reached the 200 mark A large crowd from this section at tended court in Lancaster Monday- A D Scott is sick with the grippe at this writing W P Ruble was in Harrodsburg Wednesday on business Elbert Dickerson and wife of Buckeye were visiting relatives in this neighborhood the latter part of last week Miss Minnie Rozelle of Lexington is the guest of Miss Alice Robinson this week Ben Allen and wife of Bourne era visiting her father Benjamin Naylor this week Go to J E Scotts for your Plows and Plow points He can supply your wants 4t If you have a cough throat weak lungs pain in the chest dillicult breathing croup or let us suggest One Minute Cough Cure Always reliable and safe Stormes Drug Store McCREARY I A singing class will be opened in Antioch church the 15th of March Messrs Robert Warner and Warren of our neighborhood joined the State Guards Monday Miss Pearl Ross of Lancaster spent last week with Miss Linnie Warren Mr W F Pherigo and wife visit ed relatives at Preachersville the of the week Misses Jennie and Ro zella Gulley of Hjattsville were the guests of their grand mother Mrs L Gulley last week Misses Bettie and Nelle Arnold of near Lancaster were guests of relatives here and at tended preaching at Antioch Sunday Master Loyd Perrin of Stanford is with his grandmother Mrs P G Warner Letcljer Warren of Lick was tho guest of Porter Wear ren the latter part of last week Clayton Wearren of Danville was with the family of Mrs Almira Wear tiling Irritation Is the forerunner to cousumptson Dr Bells PineTarHonsy will cure it and give such strength to the that a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentyfive cents at McRob erts Drug Store 1m FLATWOOD Jake Clouse bought three calves of S E Hammack for 37 Sinclair Cord and family and Chas Dillion and family of Fleming has moved into some of E H Walk ers tenant pauses Miss Virgip Worrell has to at tend a Normal in Lebanon Ohio Mrs Underwood and daughter Eliza of near Danville visited Mrs M Archer last week M A Archer is moving near vine today James Hankins and family formal of this place started for Indiana last Thursday R3V Gashwilder of Grab will preach at Good Hope church next Sunday The King of all is noted for its keen sight clear aud distinct vision So are thosfe who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids Sold at 25cts McBoberts Drug Store 1m t F in Ylclnltr Louisville Leavens SaturdayI thousand tickling toP the restless plowing for neighbor- r irritation hoarseness Sundayg J Parks- e Orchards Eagle sLk arc recommend e Porte fi Vain lung N county Birds persons R k rLL 1 I f at in a Plug horses cheap and not many sold Green Siler sold a nice lot of heifers 1650 per head Sheep are used as beasts of burden India and Persia B F Robinson bought of Dr a 300 Ifa sow for 10 Henry Cox sold a sow and pigs to Robt Hamilton for S14 Stewart of Atlanta bought a nice horse of Lebanon parties for 95 O Anderson sold to B F a couple of hogs at 3J cts W G Anderson sold to W R Cook bunch of shoats at 31 cents E T Pence bonght of of Adalr 20 calves at 1850 per head J A Robinson bought of C W Anderson a bunch of shoats at 3i cts In one day in January 1898 the Chicago stock yards received 31229 sheep THE United States shipped 148100 sheep to Great Brittain during the last year Benz Rubble bought of Young two extra nice yearlings weighing 14GO fts at 5 cents Jno Adams bought of Jones of Pi laski 21 head of heifers and steers at 4 Miller bought a nice bunch of short yearlings of Young at 23 per head Pencp of Lincoln bought a bunch of calves from Young at 1825 per Bruce of Boyle bought of J C Johnson 8 short feeders at 4105 per head The maple sap season was very short It is to be hoped a long one will come before spring Jas N Denny bought of Cole of Cumberland 12 yearlings at per head less 250 on lot Jno A Wood bought of Hudson and Page of Adair County lhead of TOO tt cattle at 41 cents Jas N Denny bought of Win Lil lard of Boyle 21 head of short at 25 per head Joe Ilendrickson bought of Jas of Lincoln 32 head of forward yearlings at 3250 per head Thousands of acres of seeded lands in illinuis urn and the loss will be heavy It is estimated that 10 per cent of the range cattle in Texas were killed by the recent blizzards Before the discovery of One Minute Cough Cure ministers were greatly disturbed by coughing cgngfogations No excuse for it now Stormes Drug Store W G and C W Anderson sold a bunch of 600 ft cattle to D G Allen of Lincoln at 485 per cwt The Drovers Journal English cable gram quotes the cattle market slow but about steady Best steers 12 l2i against lli12c a week ago and 10io llic a year ago The curious fact that corn and other plants thrive better placed in rows running north and south has now been proven Planted thus they obtain more uniform and regular light Give me a liver regulatorand I can regulate the world said a genius The druggist handed him a bottle of DeWitts Little Early Risers the little pills Stormes It is reported that since the close of the war over 40000 head of cattle have been shipped from Venezuela to Cuba in addition to the large number shipped from Argentine Mr Jason Walker bought and ship ped to Atlanta last week a car load of horses He bought them from various parties paying from 50 to 100 for them He Will be back next week to buy another load for the same and those wanting to sell may do wel to see him Sheer Sedalia Mo conductor on electric street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her life saved after all had failed only by using One Minute Cough Cure Stormes was a fair day and quite a crowd was in town There were some 500 or 600 cattle on the market and prices were very good The bet ter quality selling at from 4i to 5cts and most any kind that sold at all brought from 4 to 4i cts The sale of mules was not so good but those that sold brought fair prices from 40 to 90 A TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see thatyourblood is rich and and whole system In a perfectly healthy condition the use of Dr Liver Powder Then you will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds and the grip Dr Liver Powder best medicine money can buy SprucGuma Bottla For sale by R E McBoberts Drug Store j i Her- rIng V Robinson fat Ham centsJ headJ 30 yearlings Allen farming inundated famous Drug- Store J physicians Drug- Store tvhe r market Mondays f A BUSINESS A as Pa to The Richmond Register says Mr W Arbuckle of Silver Creek went to Tennessee last week and bnll and four heifers all Herefords for which he paid in the neighborhood of 1000 These are the first Hereford cattle bought into Madison It is claimed that this breed is superior to all others in much sis they are larger and fattct faster Rev E of Baptist Church at MinorsvIIie when suffering with advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm He says A few this liniment proved of great service me It subdued the inflammation and relieved the pain Should ferer profit by giveing Pain Balm a trial it will please me For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist 1m J H Hale the extensive peach grower of Connecticut owner of many acres of peach orchard in Georgia says As pruning is more or less of a and weakening process and are anyway I newer consider it advisiule to prune in the fall I prefer to let the treesstand as they are until the freezing weather of winter is over and theu prune any time from the later part of Febuary to earl April before the bnbs begin to swell Mr Byers of Denver entertains much thesame idea in regard to all diciduous trees and has found that butchery in the fall invites such winter Injury sto virtually ruin the trees by superinducing weeklies black hcsiri and bark breaking Trim only the cold weather of Winter is known to be past The Kentucky Stu Fini Co announces tho Joilngof on March 15th to its Expectation Purse fifth in its series of purses in augurated in 18515 Successful from the start its Purse for foals of 1835 haveingover 500 nominations the widespred depression in the interest of the that year it has been patronized by the best class of horsemen in the United States and Canada The subscribers to these Purses realize that on the opportunity offered their youngsters to win money depends to u large extent the future of the business and so realizing have liberally patronized them in the past and will no doubt so continue to do in future The increased nderest shown in the business during the past year and much emphisi7cd by the success ful sales just closed should induce owners to enter liberally What the byyers most want are race horses once that are well entered and have good prospects should they develop speed Nothing digusts a horseman more than to find that he has purchased a colt that develops extreme speed but profit by it Youngsters should be prepared for the market by being liberally entered in stakes ane purses The Stock Farm Publishing Compary will be glad to send you an entry blank Address them at Lexington Ky 2t Story or a Slave form of slavery George D Williams of Manchester ich tells how such si slave was made free He says My wife has been so helpless fJr live years she could not turn over in bed alone After using two bottles o Electric Bitters she is wonderfully im proved and able to do her own work This supreme remedy for female quickly cures nervousness sleet lessness melancholy headache back ache fainting and dizzy spells This miracle working medicine is a godsend to weak sickly run down people Every bottle guaranteed Only 50 c Sold by R E McRobqrts Druggist 1m 9 HUBBLE Miss Francs Adams is the guest Miss Anna Bright Rev Charley Neil will prisich at McKendree church Sunday and Sunday night Prof Hall has commenced his school at the Bright school house Miss Katie is at home on a Visit from her school at Stanford A Physician 2 Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH IN A j j j 25 50c J R E McRoberts purchased- one thoroughbred county Edwardpastor the rheumatism- was applications- of anysuf peaches somcwl1at tender just constitutional publishing I cannot yearn th t diseases oft DAY J1 Price English wounding heft k entries notwithstanding Waters i 1 success me This being conceded t Is of first Importance to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE KY in BOOKKEEPINGSHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY Y fj t EDUCATION IF cbslntely neces ry to the ymnp or young woman who would wiuloan Seven each one a Iptlcia11tin his line loraprominent positions over the United StatesIt will be mailedto you experienced teaehera all J J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTSVILLE Laud Surveyor mi Apnt fo AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO KSKHTS OF PYTHIAS Garrard Lodge No 29 Pythias meets every Thursday night in Odd Fellows hall Allvis ititig Knights are fraternally ED BISHOP C C J S HASELDEN KRS W H LACKEY Successor to Lackey Gulley STASLE HANDSOME TURNOUTS REASONABLEliPRICES SPECIAL ATTENTION TO TRAVELING MEN W H EOSEAL CO Commission Merchants Sheep UNION STOCK YARDS CINCINNATI O information fully furnished Consign your stock to us Phone 7546 NEW LIVERY I have purchased the VTal ker stable and am prepared to furnish the Very Best Rigs on the shortest notice Special attention given Com mercial Travelers RICE BENGE TUCKY Knights- of invited LIVER Y Cattle Hogs regarding live stock cheer direct I493 THE NTIONL BANK t CAPITAL 713000000 jr OF SURPLUS 52000009 LANCASTER JLT A RPENSY President JNO E STORM KS Vice President H KINSAIKO CashierWHo 8 C DENNY Assistant Coshr I J F ROEINSOX JB Bookkeeper T EMBKY Asst Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Sam Jas Spllmnn Alex R Denny A C Robinson W R Cook L Davidson Jno Storiuea VV S BEAZLEY Teeth oxtr cted without paid ijLJr with Vitalized Air Office lathe New Thompson Building T J HOOD SURGEONDENTIST LANCASTER KT Office over Haseldens hardware Store Notice to Creditors Uarrard couutj Cour Willis Adams Trustee vs Willis Adams Creditors To all whom it may concern This I to not fv coo that I will on the 4th Hondas in March ISlt make a motion for final release us trustee f Willis Adams Ths Feb T 18 0 SALLIE A LEAVELL Trustee for Willis Adams You Are Going North You Are Going South if You Are Going East If You Are Going West PUaCHMC TICKETS VIA THC LOUISVIUX NACMVIUC R R 89 SKCUHS The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpeed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Wrae aad all oUter iafeawtioa wiS be cfcecriWIy fmrmiAedby C P ATMORK f 1W 1 D Cochran E DENTIST If 4orgy B r 9933IF 0 Aaa s Nltnrsa lt Rl- Ct4i 4- r I 1 J For ft WE MUST HAVE EN THE ARMY OF BUYERS Our SPRING LINE is BETTER and LARGER than Ever Before 7 0 ice BENEFIT or a AN INCREASE V L A c General The don Uptodate Neckware WEARINGEST SHOES In the State if t 8 Xoobooooc J L Frofiman Kentucky n SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Oa THE LOB E Danville New Line of Veilings We have just received nice line of the Newest Designs iu Face Veilings embracing White Chiffon Chenille Dots Etc all pretty and desirable styles Respectfully SISTERSPhone 85 NOEL I I Iti j CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY March 2 1899 9OOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOO 8OOOOOO0030CO003000QQOQOCCU Capt S p AranPeIt of Danville was in town yesterday Mr and Mrs E P Moritz of St Louis visited relatives here this week Mr and Mrs J S Edmiston have returned from a visit Orchard Judge M D Hughes is in Casey county this week working up a Mae cabee lodge Wm Berkele of Frankfort has been visiting his wife and child at Vf II WherrittsMr Harris and bride are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs E W Harris Mr and Mrs George Lusk of Law renceburg have been visiting Mr and Mrs Jno Miller Mr Brutus Arnold and cousin Miss Nellie Arnold visited Buckeye Sunday McKee Kinnaird a popular of Middlesborrough was in the city for a few days Miss Bettie Arnold is the guest of her grand parents Mr and Mrs T SI Logan of Buckeye- A T Anderson has returned from Anniston Ala where he served as division wagon master Elders R G and Ilolton Frank of Nichlosville were here Saturday min gling with their many friends Mesdames L Elkin and G M Patterson attended the W C T U convention at last week Miss Jennie Burnside of Lancaster is guest of Miss Laetitia Brown of the county Lexington Gazette Mr J Joseph has one to the cities to purchase more spring goods He will be absent several days and scour the markets Mr Mrs Geo Walden and Miss Leila Bryant of Danville attended the funeral of Mrs Kitty Leavell last week Elder Charles Powell has arrived from Orlonda Fla He preached his first sermon Sunday and all very much Pleased with him Mrs William Cook and little son leave in a short time for Ashville If C to visit her mother Mrs E L Owsley and brother William Mr Will Beazley of Louisville and sister Miss Lizzie of Crab Orchard were guests of their brother Dr W S Beazley Tuesday Please Remember that my ac counts are Due and it is absolutely That I have the money This notice is for Every body who owes me Kin J toCrab Saturday businessman ViI more the attractive Take Hughley icl ceSSar1 Saul r l S v 1 j t 1 andiI f l i I i1 f 1 t f I f i Tubr U Misses Inona and Mollie Duglass will return to Versailles tomorrow Mr S Jordan of Xichlosville was with friends in this city the latter part of the week James Martin Leaven of St Louis attended the funeral of his grand mother Mrs Kitty Leaven last week He is now visiting his relatives in this city Mrs W B Moss of Lancaster ar rived in the city Tuesday evening to be at the bedside of her mother Mrs Colson who has been very low week Middlesborough News Mr A F Moffett who was chosen chairman in the oratorical contest split at Richmond University is a great friend of Mr Ed Gaines and has visited the latter in this city Mrs II A B Marksbury has been critically ill of pneumonia for several days and her son Frank and daughter Mrs Rice were telegraphed for At this writing she is resting much easier Capt Ike Dunn of Lower Garrard was in town Tuesday Ike is a wheel horse anywhere you put him and a great big heaping lot of people would like to see him represent Garrard in the next Legislatures E C Walton of the Stanford Journal was here Monday mingling with the court day crowd He says the reports of the smallpox situation in town were greatly exagerated Sowdcrs the victim was promptly to an isolated house and the prompt work of the health board a spread of the disease Mr J L Frohman of The Globe Danville was in the city Monday and paid us a pleasant call Mr Frohman is a splendid business man and one ofthe cleverest gentlemen one ever meets with He has built up one of the largest and best trades in Cen tral Kentucky which he says was done by square dealing and a liberal use of printers ink Mr Frohman has seen enough of the business world to know that to make a success a man must let the people know what he has for sale and that the columns of the newspaper are the place to tell it The Pittsburg Commercial Gazette of the 24 prints the following which will be of interest to the prospective grooms many Lancaster friends Announcement is made of the of Miss Emma Lucas daughter of the late Rev C S Lncas pastor of the First Christian church Allegeeny to Mr Robert Graham Fiatik of Nicholasville Ky The ceremony which is to take place at the home on Buena Vista street Allegheny on the evening of March 9 will be conducted by Rev R A Abbott of Baltimore an uncle of the bride assisted by Rev W J Lhamon of Allegheny No have been issued for the wedding which will be very quiet Volcanic Eruptrons Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Runnihg and Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Oiaty 25 cts a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E Mc Robeits Druggist v 1m Spring 1899 TREES PLANTS VINES Fruit and ornamental Trees Shrubs small fruits and for Orchard and Gar den We employ no agents but on application to H F HILLENMEYER phone 279 Lexington Ky I removed prevented engagement invitation FelonsCorns everything pricesStrawberry t tl Lawn i I stock of CLOTHING is selected from Best Eastern Markets Our Oolns Down 11111 Peoplesuffering from Kid icy Diseases feel a gradual but steady loss of strength and vital icy They should lose no time in trying Foleys Kidney Cure a Guaranteed Preparation 1m C C J E Stormes Foreign Christian Missionary Society Among the most prosperous Mission ary oiganizations of this country is the Foregn Christian Missionary Cincinnati Ohio an organization of the Christian Church Disciples Christ During the last five years its receipts have been more than double and last year they reached 13092500 Missions have been planted by the Christian Church in India China Ja audEnglandsteps recently taken is the planting of Churches in Cuba Two missionaries will be sent to Havana soon A sion will be planted under the shadow of Morro Castle This religious body has two hundred and in forcgn lands and a number more will be sent out this year The annual offering in all es of this communion for Foregn is the first Sunday in rioterWe are reminded of the rapid growth of this religious body in only ibout enty live years this people have come to number more than 1000000 in this country alone Last year they make a gain of no less than 50000 and their warcry this year is a gain of 100000 They have more than 10000 churches and about 9000 ministers They are building up a number of splendid educational in stititous in different parts of thecoun try Last year for all Missions they raised more than 500000 They are calling for 1000000 this year and not without hope of success The Jubileeof this organized missionary work is to b3 obsarved in October of this year at Cincinnati Ohio where the American Christian Missionany Society was for Rome and Foreign Missions in ISm Alexander Cambell was thf first president Fully 10000 delegates are expected to attend the Jubilee Con vention The great Music IIall of Cincinnati has already been secured and other large buildings will be used State CHARLES E POWELL Given up by Doctor Beaver Dam O Aug 27th 1895 My daughter after being treated by four doctors and being given up for lost a neighbor recommended Foleys Kidney Cure Today she is able to walk several miles without fatigue Ifeel we would have lost her if it was not for your medicine Respectfully Mrs J M BAILEY 1m C C J E Stormes Colored Recruits Lexington Ky to enlist colored ap Arizona and the latter to Fort Douglass Salt Lake This cellent opportunity for joung colored men to the regular to LIEUT W T JOHNSTON f10tf St Lexington Ky Society of Miss four Msssionaric the churl missions V communicants organized representation Four LtVserviceis anex Cavalry R se Arm Main The results over of an indulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of HERBINE Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The South Killarney Fla 22199 Editor of Central RECOUD We feel a little disappointed in not receiving THE RECOUD of the 27th up to this late date when it was due the 18th or 20th at the furtherest Perhaps Uncle Sam is too busy with the Filipinos to look after the here interested with his mails in his ear easy to attend to things at home a little and let A the Malays awhile perhaps he can make a better job of it We expected to get a true account of the cold in the good old state We hear from private sources and news papers all sorts of ranges of the themometer from 22 to 42 below zero on the 13th inst was It How 1 nv did it go Give straight goods On the morning 13th at 2 degrees the themometer here stood at 70 degrees with down pour i rain At 7 a m it was down to 22 deg above zero At 8 a m it reached 19 deg and after that under a steady I it went up to 33 deg at about 2 p m and then went gradually down I to 20 deg at 7 a m on the 14th and I after an hour gradually went up to about 45 during the day and went down no more Twenty miles West of us it was as low as 7 deg above zero Eighty miles North of us it was 2 deg above and at Miami one hundred miles or more South East of us on the coast it vas 24 deg above and Tampo 100 miles South West of us on the Gulf it was about the with plenty of snow and sleet The vegetable crop of the state much which was being marketed such matoes strawberries pineapples etc and very much more far on the way to maturity was killed out right a total wreck It is too late to repair most of the losses for this season The lemon trees are killed the grave bushes are killed the orange trees are in doubt some say they are killed others say they are hurt and some again say they are slightly hurt and will shed their leaves and still make a crop for this season Others say they are badly hurt but will come again by opinion is that they are all very badly hurt and most of them killed just to what will not be fully known until October next April and May will make some serious developments It is hard to crush Florida She has time yet to make a corn crop and peas and potatoes in abundance and the lakes are full of fine fish and they seem to be taking pity on the people and will be caught I know this for certain because went on the lake yesterday afternoon and caught fortytwo very nice trout briu perch and one jack fish Of this catch Ike Dunn mastered fifteen Mrs Kate Adams eight Miss Lula Anderson Tom Adams four and the balance were taken by Mr and Mrs Wait Tom Adams and Ike Dunn are having fine sport hunting quails and doves and with splendid success All are here to be out of the fierce cold among the fish and and the best fishing season is not on yet B M Burdett Have you a cough A dose of Cous ens Honey of Tar will relieve it 25 cents and 50 cents Lm C C J E Stormesi Sunny hereon i Whisper boss I of of I sunshine I I Atlantic same as extent however ourparty seven happy and Price bo Ii 1vh c ilJiMHtJK R E McROBERTS DEALER PURE DRUGS FINE TOILET School Boob Paints asd Oils IIU IIIIJpnrnn fllHWtWIIIJIoLIIlIIJJ I I I INI I ARTltIES- 1I I lJIfMM liII l liUI 1IIJIlhllhll iIilI I 111 I 11 III d 1 f 4 ij 4 f 0 1i5 DRUGGIST LANCASTER KENTUCKY wk Y Weak Eyes Are Made Strong did vision made clear styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured by the use of Sutherlands Eagle Eye salve Its put up in tubes and sold on a guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store lm BRYANTS VI LLE Will Richardson Thos Naylor Les ley Harber and Logue Thompson left here Monday night for Illinois to work this summers Wm Debord sold to S Morgan sev en hogs at 3ic per ib J B Hu tchings bought four cattle from a Pulaski county stock dealer for 00 Things sold well at the sale of J S Pettus cows from 25 to 50 and oth er things in proportion Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi cine is unquestionably the best- V remedy for the Throat ands Lungs Pleasant to take and is GUARANTEED lm C C J E Stormes A J Thompson sold at public auc tion at court Monday six steers at about 7c per lb John Cress sold 10 or 12 yearling cat tie at from 15 to 20 per head W Mc Hutchins bought of J P Rogers 11 acres of land for 125 James Rogers bought of Bird Mathe na 35 acres of land for 175 J F Payne and Nannie Say lor were married last week and will go to house keeping in W H Cum mins house To allay pains subdue inflammation heal foul sores and ulcers the most byrMENT Price 25 cts and 50 cts lm C C J E Stormes HAMMACK Born to the wife of J O Reid a 10 pound girl Mr Eb Pointer has moved in a tenant house of S E Hammacks You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If you feel out of sorts it sill brace you up Price 50 cents lm C C J E Stormes S E Hammack received word yes terday Friday Feb 24 that Mr M Pointer section boss on the railroad at Ill had been promoted to yard master at East St Louis at 60 per month He married a niece of Mrs S E Hammack Miss Jennie Austin Success to you Mr Pointer Miss Bettie Bell is very sick at this writingBorn to the wife of 31 A Archer two boys One would suppose Mr wont have to hire any clerks as he is going into the merchantile business Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT BENT cures the most obstinate cases Price 50 cts in bottlo tubes 75c lm C C J E Stormes Quite a large crowd gathered at Squire B F Persons Friday evening in honor of his son William Mr Luther McQuerry and Willie Ross Ladies present were Misses Hattie McQuerry Nannie Lawson Kate and Edna Tankersley Icy Cook Maudie Ross Mrs Phado Parks and several others Gentlemen were too to mention They danced all night and had a nice time Bottie Bell sold three calves to Wm Coldisor for 37 A Physician Cut Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Formula on each package CURES YOUR COUGH IN jft B E I 1 take Med ra 1 numerous A DAY Price 25 5Oc l I Miss C lIEItBI E C eta e7 McRo1 eras Yat FK PJY TFyY Thar Manhattan Shirts ARE THE BEST Full line Stetson Hats oooc Little Pimples Turn to Cancer Cancer often results from an impurity in the blood inherited fror generations back Few people are en tirely free from some in the blood and it is impossible to tell when it wil break out the form of dreaded Can cer What has appeared to be a pimple or scratch has developed inti the most malignant I had a severe Cancer which was at firs only a few blotches that I thought woul j 3t soon away I vra- V treated several abl physicians but la spit i efforts cer spread until my U V After many months o y treatment and growin steadily worse I to try S S S LiJfsS which was so stron l recommended The firs wL bottle produced an im iiy provement I continuei tyy tie scab dropped o Ten have and not a sign of the disease has returned B F WILLIAMS Gillsburg Miss It is dangerous to experiment vitl Cancer The disease is the of physicians S S S is the cure it is the remedy whicl goes deep enough to the medicine and f four months the last I i e thee oaT r y c 5 eta C ski 555 The Qr Swifts Specific is the bloo remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable others and mer the most dangerous of minerals Books on and blood mailed free Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia The sale of ilibles in China reache not far from 1000000 copies Out of their poverty 30000 Burma Baptists gave 15000 for Christian wor among their own people The question of u Bible institute for the south to be looted at Memphis Tenn is being agitated The Central Christian church Ind has adopted the ual communion cup system At a Wesleyan meeting in London re cently the collection for the Twentieth Century fund amounted to the snug sum of iaOt 00 The AngloChinese college at Foo thou is the largest Christian college in China Dr Jeorge li Smyth became its president in 1SS3 A vacant church in Philadelphia which pays its pastor a salary of 1200 a year has the names of a hundred under consideration For IS years Dr CZoueher has been supporting more than a hundred pri mary village schools in India at an ag gregate cost of more than 100000 The Goucher Schools in India have school teachers through whose as the reports of the presiding elder distinctly show in the 15 since they began 27000 converts have been addedto the church SUFFERING Indianapolis candid es pastorinflu- ence dies annu w fall y ally t a Thousands of women are monthly inter back breasts hips and limbs But they need not suffer troubledat painsin Blood can be corrected The men strual function should operate painlessly makes menstruation painless It deli cate menstrual organs in condi tion to do work properly And that stops all Why will woman suffer month after month when Wine of Cardui will relieve her Itcosts roo at the drug store dont you get a bottle todayFor in cases requiring The Ladies Mrs ROZENA LEWIS I Texas WM troubled at monthly intervalswith terrible palm In my lack hot have bee rMtvM by Whw ofdangerous Win otrirdu andregular special directions symptoms TheChattanooga I pain iv eISH e N i a dt Tobacco In England 1845 When I was a lad fully half the of both sexes rich as well as poor the banker equally with the work ingman were ify first schoolmaster always carried his snuff loose in his waistcoat pocket and in numerable were his dips into it with two fingers and a thumb in of the day while the big goffered frill which protruded from the bosom of his shirt was always thickly sprinkled with it We used to notice that he never seemed to relish one of the huge pinches so much as immediately after having administered a sound castigation to some recalcitrant pupil On the other hand there was little or no openair smoking except in the case of laboring men going to or from their work In this respect lucifer matches have some thing to answer for but for them the practice of outdoor smoking would never have grown to its present pro portions Chambers Journal Dr Ottos Sprats Gum Balsam The Formula is on the Cures in a day pleasant to For Complexion Us Dr Carlstedts Germans Liver Peweler For sale by- E E McRoberts NOTICE Bids Wanted Bids will be received by County Judge R A Burnsidefor repairing and metaling the following roads until January 1 1100 Quarries for metal will be furnished by the county Said metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to pass at its greatest diameter through a two inch ring Said metal shall be quarried broken and spread by contractor and before being spread or paid for shall be measured by the Commissioner of the district for which said work is done and said metal shall be spread under the ervision and approval of said Com missioner Said turnpike roads are doff in the following sections tolai DISTRICT XO 1 T B Robinson Com misslouer Sctlon Xol Stanford pike from Lancaster- to County Lino Xo2 Danville pike from Lancaster to double Toll Gate Xo4 Lei ington pike from Lancaster to Fork Church Xos Sugar Creek pike whole pike Xo 0 Buckeye pike from Lancaster to Sugar Creek bridge Xo 7 Crab Orchard pike from Stanford pike to Bannie Perkins Spring DISTRICT XO 2 Logan Ison Commfosionci Section Xo 1 Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix River and Bryants ville Lexington pike Bryaiitsville o Ke i cocky River bridge Xj 3 Byrunavine and Sugar Creek pike entire pike Xo4 and Cave Run pike entire pike Xo5 Buena Vista and Kentucky River pile Cueua Vista to R gate DISTRICT XO S Will Xoel Xo 1 Buckeye pike from Sugar Creek bridge to Buckeye O No 2 Buckeyes pike from Buckeye P O to Statts store Xo S Poor Ridge pike from Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill School House Xo 4 Poor Ridge pike from School lIonse to foot of big hill Xo b Hyattsvtlle pike from Rich mond pike to Back Creek DISTRICT Xo4 J II McQuerry commissioner Section Xo 1 Richmond pike from Lancas ter to W A Hyatts gate No 2 Richmond pike from W A Hyatts gate to Back Creek Xo 5 Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmores gate Xo 6 Lick pike from Elmores gate to end of pike No 7 Crab Orchard pike from Bauuie Perkins spring to County Lines Bidswill also be received for furnish ing and spreading gravel in the sections towit DISTRICT xoiSection Xo 2 Dauville pike from double Toll Gate to Wooden bridge No 3 Danville pike from double Ton Gate to Iron bridge DISTRICT NO 3 Section Xo 2 Buckeye pike from States store to Kentucky river No4 Poor Ridge pike from foot of big hill to Kentucky river Xo 5 Ilyattsville pike from Back Creek to county line DISTRICT XO4 Section Xo 3 Richmond pike from Back Creek to county line Xo4 Copper Creek pike entire pike The bids shall be on sections but bidders are not restricted to one Said bids shall be sealed and shall be accompanied by a bond for double the amount of the bid and said bond shall lie approved by the Court before a contract shall be into The bidding will be per red of 225 Cubic feet All to be filed on or before Saturday March 1899 at 10 oclock a m and the court will on that day determine the quantity of metal or gravel to be in each district and on each section thereof The court reserves the right reject any and all bids U A lit 1 I population sn ufltaJ ers course ere d physician can Dr Ottos Sprucen am Children cry for Large bottles ed a Beautiful ere es sup wit U o e prom Buckles Commissioner- S ctIon I eo section bids BURN CourtFebruary j the take sue Prix ll 8ryunt vile Far following 7 entered 1th furnished mx y y iij B W Ai il II g SC I win close out AT NET WHOLESALECOST my entire stock consisting of K- Bj I have decided to accept a position as traveling salesman with a shoe house and in order to do that I must close out this stock Now this is NO FAKE THEY MUST GO no matter how great the sacrifice This sale will last ONLY SIXTY DAYS At the expiration of that time I will send what is left to in the city and have them sold at what ever they will bring Come early while you have a nice assortment to select from This sale begins today This stock is all NEW no old styles A 1 Ui04 l 111 r u Tt f- u h jtft1 T Lh CLO SIIG TO I r OO OOC oo oocOOC Shoes GentsFurnishing Goods tel North SitleSquare Jf1m iBm cfS Lancaster Kv OUT QUIT Boots an- a JUI 4tt p f lk F7 tJ S rqj 41fi1 IJ J Lot i t e uf tt t t3 f ARE Y E MOST 1O AEi FjHSm liA 11fI 1eM R Bi1 V B B 2 1 u 11Ii Q Is a guaranteed remedy for aU h i Evan JBtADDER tiseascs i1 t t g g uLt1re lot r BUCKEYE Ben Cotten of 3IadSsGii one pair of oxen at 41cts per lb TV B lltirton bought of Burton and Ham 25 cattle at 3300 per head also of different parties Jot of hugs at 3 lets per lb LIngy Ray sold 2 horses for 10000 3i rs W J ones has been on the sick list almost two weeks Mrs Harm Kay visited friends at Hubble one day last week Mr and Mrs Ebb Dickerson spent last week with relat ives hi Marksbury and Beuna Vista JiKjjrc W M Totten of your city is with his laughter Mr Mike Ray The oldest daughter of Samual Mur phy aged 16 died Saturday of consuls tiun Interrcinentat Chapel cemetary Not one child dies where ten died from croup People have the value of One Minute Cough Cure and use it for severe lung and threat troiblcs It immediatelystops coughing It never fails Stormes Drug Store DId Ray of Louisville and brother John of Richmond were with their parents here last week and Raymond another brother returned to Illinois Saturday after making a two months to his old home James to isit Ward slik1 formerly learned SWEENEY Jim Roberts of Rockcastle sold A Swinehroad 14 SCO ft steers at ISO per hundred and one cow to O B Perkins at S2i John Thompson sold l steers averaging same at same price also Mr Roberts bought of O B Perkins one heifer at 20 and O B Perkins bought of Thompson Van hook of Pulaski liishoats at 3c Thos Naylor sold to Mrs Mary E Rigsby one horse for 30 Mrs Grove Hiatt sold Bro of Wal nut Flat spent Monday and Tuesday with relatives at Sweeney Mr and Mrs Joe Pettus have returned to their home in Lebanon after a visit to their parents Mr and Mrs Jas McCarley of this place and Mr and Mrs J V Pettus of Preachersville Mr E D Kenned os Crab was in our vicinity Monday Mrs Mary Sutton and Miss Sallie Bourne of Bettis spent Monday with Taylor House iisriurclis Jr ii Nerve Was th result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous ener gy are not font d wlire Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only 25c at R E McRoberts Druggist 1m to- G I Orchard irs Ring out tho old Ring in the new Ring cut the false Ring in the true bring to you the new and true from piney forests of Norway DR BELLS Natures most natural remedy improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus is cut the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed there is no inclination to cough Ve th Pine Tar Honay out so that I AM 88 YEARS OLDany remedy eqmu to ur Sells PineinrMoney It rivw quIrS and iicrxnuoent relief BE SURE YOU GET weak 1 any lira H A aittute Pcdacah Ky TO MANKIND DV ALL GOOD DRUGGISTSI Gnc SOc and OO Size J tWill sn crlllIOeSJufa 15E1 S In ytip3 wel18colI8md red ItruDif stow A c C3 DRTA liii 9 11SOLDIII I ks Bcatles Only dlLh andreverwed S ciO Q iUCKY s rEiBD r CURE r p A Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FA5LED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JASlESFIALUlflDSfllePreprletflr 310 Street ST LOUIS MO STORlIES STORE kwtii Main I FUG r- k Cure For liu Grippe Foleys Honey and Tar heals the lungs and cures the racking Cough us ual to la grippe and prevent pneu monia It is guaranteed 25c and Stormes Drug Store OBSUTARY The death of Mr Eugene Wood on 11 an account of which has been published cast a shadow over many hearts ontside of his happy home In offering condolence to the bereaved family I and many others are also mourning the loss of a true tried and much cherished friend lie was a member of New Providence church and died as he approached manhood being only twentyeight years of age Being the son of the venerable Thos Wood and having an estimable he inherited many noble traits of character by which men were invol untarily drawn close to him lie was genial affable and inteligent His high of honor would not permit him to defraud his fellowman out of a farthing and confidence entrusted to him was never betrayed He was public spirited and a model type of noble manhood in the social commercial and public walks of life In ills death I lost a true and devoted friend and I indulge the fond hope that the separation is only tempora ry M F ROUT Rev 3 owellw Farewell Sermon Ocala Star Rev Chas E Powell after serving the Christain church most acceptably for the past sixteen months preached his farewell sermon to a good and audience last night He prefaced his sermon by remarking that for sixteen months he had done the best he knew how in administering spiritually to his people and trusted it had done good iris scripture reading was descrip thc of Heaven and this word Heaven was his theme His language was im pressively glowing eloquent and melt ing in its pathos and tenderness He divided his discourse into three heads leaven Where is and Who go there He said if there was ter book than the Bible and it souls be presented to him and he could it was superior to the book of books he would accept it but so the worlds history no such a bool had been presented By the Bible he proved beyond cavil there was an imperial city of gold for Gods elect first by Christ himself then by Paul and John He the Apostle Paul as the great est and grandest man that ever trod the earth lIe believed Heaven near us not beyond the firmament for astronomy taught the beyond end ed with the starry setting Who go there The pure in heart the faithful loving followers of the Lord Jesus Christ and those who kept his commandments When he spoke of the loved ones that had gone before and those who would follow the whole family in Heaven it touched many hearts and brought tears to many eyes Mr Powell is a cultured devoted Christian gentleman who by his courteous manners pleasing address and the deep he has always taken in the material things that af feet the betterment of our community and our lives has won our respect and love and in his new field of labor which will be Lancaster Ky our best wishes accompany him and his for health that he play continue to eloquently proclaim the saving grace love and Christs A KISS Decision of the Kentucky Court of Appeals Mrs Nannie Ezell Awarded S7OO Dam ages Against Win K Ragsdale FRANKFORT Ky Feb court of appeals set a against Hobsonizinfj in this state by rendering a decision Fri day affirming the judgment of the Trigg county district court William JD Kagsdale to pay Mrs Nannie Ezcll a young married woman for a kiss Mrs Ezell claimed that the kiss was forcibly taken Ragsdale denied forcibly extracting the kiss but the Trigg county jury took her word for it and assessed S700 damages to which the appellate court in judgement Friday has added a 10 per cent penalty making the exact cost of the kiss to Ragsdale be sides costs and lawyers in two former trials of the I Feb it believe characterized wa esteem atonementPAY 25The precedent compelling 5770 feel r Soc mother Sense appreciative abet fain Kentucky iOU its court case v 4t r I Coughed 25 years I suffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndrecls of dollars with doctors and for nieclicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells PincTarIIonr ey It has saved my life J C Resell Grantsburg 111 McEoberts Drug Store 1m BIG FIRE IN LOUISVILLE Very Heavy Loss Threatened in the Business District Thn Illinois Cen tral Roundhouse Burned LOUISVILLE Ky March 1 The dry goods store of E B Nugent 501 and 500 Fourth avenue caught fire shortly after 1 oclock Wednesday morning and is now burning at a rapid rate The building and stock are valued at The origin of the fire is The McDowell store and building on the north and that occupied by the Louisville Trading as sociation on the south are threatened- At 223 a m the firemen stated that the fire would be confined to the Nu gent building with a loss of about 00000The roundhouse of the Illinois Cen tJal railroad was totally destroyed by fire at an early hour Tuesday morning George Upp foreman of the Illinois Central shops hurriedly built a fire in a switch engine and got up steam in time to draw a car containing powder away just in time The loss is about 75000 Fruit Killed Ky Cold Weather FRANKFORT Ky March 1 Dean of Floyd countyInd who has just visited his fruit farm of 50000 trees in Oldham and Trimble counties says he finds the peaches and cherries killed by the February freeze and oth er fruits seriously injured of Agriculture Moore holds to the same opinion basing it on meager reports he has received from his Au Insane Womans Act LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 25 Miss Ivy Waller a pretty brunette who says she is an actress from Chicago was found wandering the large yards in the most fashionable part of the city She was entirely nude and had both full of matches She was taken to the station house wrapped in a po licemans overcoat It is said that she to lie Speaker FRANKFORT Ky Feb 23 lion South Trimble the democratic nom inee for the legislature in this county has decided to make the race for speak er of the house against Hon Morgan Chinn of Mercer and will moire an attire carcass for the place as soon as candidates for the legislature are nom inated in other counties An Interesting Case LOUISVILLE Ky March J T T Wathen secretary of the local branch of the National soci ety announced Monday that he would bring suit against the Louisville school board for the recent order all school children to submit to vaccination He charges that vaccina tion is a fraud and that there is no law making it compulsory Nearlyllalf a Ce ntury in an Asylum Ky March lJohnHackett who was entered as a patient at the Western Lunatic asylum here 43 years ago died at this institution aged 8G years lIe was from Larue county and all his family having died since he became insane there was no one to claim the body The forgotten maniac was buried here New Kentucky Money Order Offices WASHINGTON March 1 The Kentucky post offices will become domestic moneyorder offices April 1 Finchvillc Shelby county Hiseville Barren county Howel Christian coun ty Knuckles Bell county Prospect Jefferson county Ready Grayson county Stephensburg Hardin county White Plains Hopkins county Pension Fraud Alleged HEXDERSQJT Ky March 1 Ed Me Bride former postmaster of Geneva this county was lodged in jail Tuesday charged with complicity in obtaining a pension fraudulently He was in dicted by the United States grand jury at Owensboro in January He will to Owensboro CONSUMPTION CURED I Dr Spruce Gum Balsam will case of if taken in time starts with a slight cough or cold you will use Dr Spruce Gum Balsam throat and avoid the most dreaded of allconsumption Delay ia attending to a Mar bottles Price 2Sc aad Ste B E McRoberts A I 150000 unknown office S Horticulturist Commissioner in is insane Wants AntiVaccination compelling following betaken Otto Consumption start ud if Otto s cure the the diseases coat aqe Gals correspondents Bands IoPIiI48vILLS care will ani alaS For f DIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety per cent of all sickness is caused not properly digested it creates and goes your blood and then you are Powder and watch thb results You will feel the good effects after one dose Give ita be convinced Price 25c Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children For sale by II E McEobcrts A Strange Romance LOUISVILLK Ky Feb 37 Minnie Brown a pretty young woman from Pennsylvania who visited Union City Ky recently while there became in fatuated with a young man An en gagement followed a short courtship and she returned to her home in the Keystone state to prepare for the She carried with her a of her intended she showed her parents who in it a likeness of a longlost son The young man left home when a mere and his parents afterward moved into Pennsylvania and he entirely lost sight of them Prayers for Kipling LOUISVILLE Ky Feb 28 At the regular services Sunday night of the Broadway Baptist church one of the largest churches in Louisville the Rev Carter Helm Jones asked al the congregation to join him in a for the recovery of Kip ling Immediately following the Kiplings Recessional was sung as a duct Keivurcl for McNaiiuinx Raised LEXINGTON Ky Feb 20 Gov Brad ley has raised the reward for John II McNamara to limit S500 and citizens have raised besides to gives his captor Telegrams just received from Capt Wilkerson of local police force who went to Kankakee makes assur ance doubly sure that the man under arrest is not McNamara memorial Services WIXCIIESTEK Ky Feb 2C In the Kentucky Wesleyan college Winchester Friday an impressive DD of Covington Ky and president of Kentucky Wesleyan college from 1S75 to 1S78 Local Option Petition MCNDFOKUVILLE Ky Feb 27 A petition has been lodged with the county judge asking him to order an election to take place in voting pre cinct No 142 on April 12 to take sense of the legal voters of that pre cinct as to whether or not spirituous liquor shall be sold therein Thieves Used a Wagon RICHMOND Ky March 1 The gen merchandise store of J Wagers at Wagersville was broken into by thieves and clothing hardware antI other things valued at 8500 The goods were hauled off in a wagon Entrance was effected bj filing a half inch iron bar that fastened a shutter Two Deaths at Frankfort FRANKFORT Ky March 1 Spinal meningitis or spotted fever has its appearance in Frankfort and two deaths have resulted A colored child died Monday and the sevenyearold daughter of Mrs Frazier white died Tuesday Death of Grind Chancellor Agnew HENDERSON Ky Feb 28 Dr U Agnew a prominent physician and grand chancellor of the Knights of Pythias of Kentucky died early morning at ebree of meningitis No deaths or new cases were reported in the county Sunday New Postmasters in Kentucky WASHINGTON March fpurthiclass postmasters were com iq Kentucky Monday Station Muhlenberg county Wm Lyldesley Riverside Warren county P E Palmer Kentucky Storekeepers 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