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NUMBER46 LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH ! i 2, 1899. i iggS" I LOCAL HAPPENINGS.in in ... ... ... ... ... hi ,, ,,, 1,1 111 111 ill Iran FARMERS o 00000090000000 Examine my stock and prices of AMERICAN No. 20 Q Chilled plow, Hill-si- de plows 2 and Disc Harrows. O TTntTips. Pnllnrs. trace rhatns. tj 8 collar pads, bridles, check lines g and breeching. i No drunks Monday, Smoke the Proctor-Kno- tt Circuit court week after next. cigar. Some pretty weather this week. No street fakirs in town Monday. Bargains in Clocks "Lancaester is getting a hustle on herself" was the remark frequently v' heard Monday. Honey Clover and Timothy Hay sold and delivered anywhee in town by G'$. Gaines at Thompson's Be vaccinated and take no chances. Fresh oysters daily at goods. ? G. S. Gaines. The Centre College minstrels will give a performance in the Danville opera house tomorrow evening. Wanted. Eggs and Chickenip. Good price paid. Bring them in before prices drop. J it. B. 1 Joseph leads the van on pretty dress Carpets in the. roll. J. A. Beazley & Co. J. R. HASELDEN, Call and get a yard stick. Northcott. 80000 Col. W. G. Welch, Stanford. W. Try Potts. Whole Wheat Flour or A Proctor Knott cigarbrings .joy to Graham, Nutricious and Digestable. ' the smokery Nothing like it. II. C. Potts, Buckeye, Ky. Beautiful spring goods now arriving All old accounts not settled before f, at Joseph's. March 15th, will be put'in the hands There's much kicking on condition of an attorney for collection. J. C. Thompson. I. Williams, of the pikes. Lancaster. WELCH & WILLIAMS Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. All business attended to promptly J. Ilerbert Kinnaird has resigned as oper.itor at the telephone exchange and George Harris is now manipulaPrettiest Ginghams ever shown in ting the wires. Lancaster. J. Joseph. Heavy Loss. Maple trees for Spring planting. Reports say Gov. Bradley will lose J. C. Thompson.. heavily by the fire at- Frankfort, as Clover, Timothy & Blue grass seed much valuable personal property was consumed by the flames. cheap at T. Currey's., - All the latest novelties goods at Joseph's. in dress If every fellow standing about the new hotel lot would work one day in shoveling dirt, a hole would soon be "We are better prepared than ever to made large enough to put the court sail you carpets. J. A. Beazley & Co. house in. Sam Duncan says the "Pattagc" birds were nearly all frozen. Wanted. Car Iron and Bones. H. B. North 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. cott Clover, Timothy, Blue Grass, Orch ard Grass and Seed Oats, at U. S. liAINES . BEAZLEY& BAUGHMAN. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, A.RTERIAL and CAVITY EM- Hemp Wanted. For Sale I will be at Mr. Tobe Leavel's office A Ccottage Upright Baldwin piano. every day. Will pay market price in Good as new. S. B. Henky, tf. cash. Also have a few cultivated Burdett, alias "Cooterer" has a splendid letter elsewhere in this issue. Col. B. M. Hemp Seed, '08 crop, for sale. Banks Hudson. BALMING a SPECIALTY. Furniture, Carpets, &c. Lancaster, Ky. v Pictures - Pictures - Pictures. We find we can stay here only 30 Everybody indebted to G. S.. Gaines days, so, if you want Pictsres made will please call and get their. New come at once 18 for 25cents 6 positions. Years gift. Cabinets 81.25 for i doz. Crouch & over Blue Grass Grocery. Guess at theseed jn the gourd at Mattern, Joseph's. You might get that handExchange. some range Potts Bro's have established an ex- - i v v s s m V4V t SI? l ii 4 1SSL COMING. Mr. Swofield, representing the Globe Tailoring Company, of Cincinnati, will be with us MARCH 8 and 9 with complete line of Spring Suitings, Made to Measure, at from $15 to $45. Don't fail to see this Great Line. Latest Novelties of the season. It is chock Full of all the 1 OCT PAIRS Of odds and ends in Men's and Ladies' Shoes out on our They are good counters to he closed out regardless of co3t. styles hut as we only have one or. two pairs of a Mnd we want to get rid of them. v4y Call Just received a beautiful line of Spring Neckwear , and see the new styles in Hats for Spring. We have just open-ed a beautiful line Logan & Robinson. $ $ ffi Come to the show Friday night. change at the residence of Mrs. Cunningham's on Depot street, and Big street parade Friday afternoon. will keep on hand flour, meal, shipstuff, etc; to exchange for wheat. They will Companies Indicted. erect a large builbing within the next The grand jury of Mercer returned few weeks. true bills against every insurance company doing business in the county, Seconds the Motion. charging them with conspiracy. The The leaf correspondent of the Cen. companies indicted number about tral Recokd, nominates Judge M. D thirty; and if each should be fined 8500 Hughes, of Lancaster, for representa as like companies were in Scott ;oun tive. We second the nomination and ty, this will aggregate a considerable move that he be elected without oppo sum $15,000. The insurance men are sition. Stanford Journal. loud in their protests against this pro cedure and claim that it will work Good Appointment. Mr. W. K. Argo, of Danville, has great harm to the people, as insurance many loans, and if been appointed superintendent of the policies protect Colorado Institute for the Deaf, Dumb these are withdrawn the loans will to be called in. and Blind. His many Garrard county have friends will be glad to hear of his ap Pushing the Work. pointment, which is a well merrited Contractor Ryan is not permitting one. grass to grow under his feet and is pushing work on the hotel. About Pretty Work. The third degree was given at the forty men wield picks and shovels to dark, while at least K. P. lodge Friday night and the new from sun-u- p e wagons haul regalia used. Everyone who has seen twenty-fiv- e the new outfit pronounces it the finest away the dirt and debris. In a few in the land. The first degree will be days the foundations will have been conferred tomorrow, night, when the dug and the large stones will be put new outfit for that degree will be in position to receiye the brick walls. Mr. Ryan keeps as many hands at used. work as can conveniently move about the lot. He is kept pretty busy, as he Onstott. John William Onstott, son of Mr. has a big job on his hands and a thouand Mrs. Isaac Oustott, of Owensboro, sand and one matters to look after. It aged 19 years, died oflagrippe, which is interesting to see the rapidity with had terminated in consumption. Mr. which the work proceeds. Onstott was a former resident of Lan LeaveU. caster and has deepest sympathy Mrs. Kitty Leavell, whose death The remains were brought to Lancas-fo- r was announced in last issue of Tiie intendment. Record, was born in Madison county in the year 1814. She was the daughContrary. Two men, while toasting their shins ter of Hon. Jacob Huguely, and was by a store stove, were commenting on married to Squire T. Leavel'. Eight how contrary a certain Lancaster man children blessed the union, of whom was. The first said "He's so contrary two survive her, Mrs. Jesse Walden that were he a log he would have to be and S. T. Leavell, both of this city. In early life she united with the church sawed with the grain. A cross-cu- t could not make an impression." The and her life was spent in practicing second opened his head and spake thus: the teachings of the Bible. Her kind "He's so contrary that were he to fall words of advice, cheer and comfort in a river and drown, he would float will always be remembered by those seeking her counsel. As a neighbor up stream." she was always ready to share with Spring Salts. those about her and to strive to make Hold your orders for suits until you their lives happy and cheerful. She see Wanamaker & Brown's spring always had a kind word for everyone samples. They are beauties and more and ever ready to assist anyone in value is put in them, for the price, need. In her death the church loses than ever before. It is the oldest and a zealous member and the community largest house in the nation, and defies a noble Christian woman. AJarge competition in quality and prices. Mr. congregation assembled in the Chris E. W. Harris will wait on you in my tian church to pay the last tribute of respect. Aypropriate services were absence. conducted by Elds Jesse and W. P. M. D. Hughes, Agent. Walden and R. M. Campbell, after which the remains were interred in Accident. Mr. Horace Bohon, of Hustonville, the Lancaster Cemetery. an expert for the McCormack Harvest The Small-Po- x Scare. ing Machine Co., while setting up a Mr. Ed Walton, of Stanford, was machine at Paint Lick, Saturday, had his face severely cut and bruised by here Mouday, and told The Record the escaping of a spring. Fortunate- that Sowders, the victim in that city, ly Dr. Cox, the commercial tourist, was doing as well as could be expect was with him at the time of the acci ed and would recover. He has been dent and dressed the wounds, taking kept continually in the pest house and four stitches in a gash across his cheek. no one allowed to go near. Mr. WalMr. Bohon's wounds are very painful, ton said there were no new cases in or but not necessarily serious, beyond a near Stanford, and no one feared a breaking out of the disease. As tO' possible disfigurement. the reports of its prevalence in Lin coln county, he said there was a scare Thoroughly Equipped. J. A. Beazley has purchased a beauti about Deep Well woods, but investi ful pair of gray horses to work to his gation of a number of the reported ca hearse, which makes his outfit one of ses showed them to be chicken-pox- . the most complete in Central Kentuc As extreme precautionary steps have ky. He is thoroughly versed in em been taken there is absolutely no dan balming, having taken a complete ger in visiting our neigboring town. course in that branch of his business. The thing to do is to watch out for A handsome line of caskets and strangers coming here, especially neshrouds are kept constantly in stock, groes. The disease is holding full as is also everything necessary in an sway in Cincinnati and Louisville, undertaking establishment. and there are many more cases in His team and hearse have been pronoun these cities than the newspapers re ced one of the handsomest ever seen in port. Our citizens should be exceedingly a country town. watchful in this matter. One case of small-poProperty Transferers. no matter how mild or how Judge E. A. Burnside has traded quickly it is gotten out of town, would his .property on Hichmond street to completely paralyze business and kill Capt. Wm. Herndon for the latter's the spring trade as dead as a door nail. property on Danville street, Judge The thing, to do is every fellow keep Burnside paying a cash difference. his eye skinned and harness up the Capt. Herndon has bought of P. W. first person who looks like he even A stitch Spencer the latter's property, on Lex dreamed of having small-poington street and will move into it as in time saves making an entire cloth" soon as Mr. and Mrs. Spencer move to ing store. New Albany, which will be in a Egg Famine. We understand Capt. Herndon The scarcity of eggs has become seis thinking of building on the Spencer "fruit" lot between the present house and Mr. rious. The any price.can scarcely be Some say the procured at Geo. Kobinson. hens have formed a "trust'' and are waiting to get their own figures. A "ChieP of Police. ' One reading in country papers, and report says H. D. Miller, of Ohio, went special telegrams to the dailies, about to Pittsburg and quietly started in to "Chief of Police" so and so making ar buy eggs. In a few days he had secur rests would immagine the town had ed 1,000 cases, or 30,000 dozen, and now police forces of one hundred or more has the market cornered. Before gomen. "Chief" sounds mighty big, but ing to Pittsburg Miller went out when the "Force" consists of only the among the poultry farms and found "Chief," who is generally in ordinary that the hens had been frostbitten during the blizzard. As it takes them citizen's dress and carrying a saw-lorecuperate, Miller it makes you weary. "Chief of Police several weeks to selling at a nickle a Smith arrested two little negro crap- - says eggs will be shooters," is generally the way it piece before Easter,. Some years ago title, Town Edward Atkinson attempted to ar reads. The Marshal, is decidedly more appropri rive at the value of the annual egg crop with the result that he found it ate. more important than either the leaf If vour child is cross or peevish, it tobacco, the barley, rye, rice or many is no doupt troubled with worms, other notable products of American WHITE'S CREAM VERMIFUGE farms. Abundant as is the yield of will remove the worms, and its tonic eggs, and low as is the price, .he esti elect restore its natural cheerfulness. mated the annual value at $40,000,000 $60,000,000, which is more than double Price, 25 cents. C, C. & J. E. Stormes, the worth of ordinary crops of barley lm or tobacco and many times the value I Big parade Friday afternoon, of rye and buckwheat crops. v two-horsfew-day- SPRING GOODS line of We are receiving an elegant "WASH GOODS for the Spring trade. Ginghams, white and colored welts. Black and colored Wool Dress Goods. Ladies Tailor Made Suits &c. LOCAXT DBY GOODS COMPANY. See the Grassville Centre Band in parade Friday afternoon, with old Si Stebbens blowing the bass drum, and Caleb, Si's neighbor' beating a horn. Thlcies Used a AVagon. Richmond, Ky., March 2. The general merchandise store of J. Wagers, at Wagersville, was broken into by Another Railroad. now has on thieves and clothing, hardware and The Commercial Club other things, valued at SoOO, stolen. foot a plan to get another railroad The goods were hauled off in a wagon. through Garrard. The idea is to get Entrance was effected by filing a half-inc-h the Southern to extend its line from iron bar that fastened a shutter. Burgin to Middlesboro, thus giving A Good Youngster. great system a direct line of its this Lexington, Ky., March 2. At John own from Louisville to the south and the sea board. The Southern now E. Madden's Hamburg Place Tuesday owns the old Louisville Southern from night the celebrated mare Pearl Thorn (dam of Pearl Kong, Counter Tenor Louisville to Burgin. A survey was and First Tenor) foaled a fine looking several years ago which runs made Rockcastle, chestnut colt by W. C Whitney's imthe line through Garrard, ported Meddler. Jackson, Clay, Leslie, Harlan and into Cases AVcre Ignored. Bell. Information, from reliable Louisville, Ky., March 2. Tha sources, shows the Southern would like to have a line of 'this kind and those grand jury reported Tuesday and did not return indictments against Leverin position to know what they are ing and talking about say the road will be built pected of Ilolzheimer, towho were sua conspiracy defraud the if the right of way is given. The Mutual Life Insurance Co. Mercer county people are very enthuA Baptismal Record. siastic and will donate the right of Howling Green, Ky., March 3. Rer. way through Mercer. The Lancaster Commercial Club has gone to work to F. M. Ham died Tuesday morning, get the right of way through Garrard, aged S3 years. lie had been pastor oi and parties in position to know say one church for more than 50 years, and the remaining countses will readily do had baptized and received into th their part. The plan is a plausible church more than 3,000 persons. one and those pushing the scheme are Lexington Undertakers Assign. sanguine of carrying it out. Lexington, Ky., March 2. Donoby Bros., undertakers, assigned to J. J. Woods Tuesday. Ths assignee will Back on the Farm. The Dan Darley's "Back on the condtict the business until creditors Farm" Company was billed for a per- are paid. Doctor MortaUy Wounded. formance in the Stanford Opera nouse Lexington, Ky., March 3. Al Friday night, but owing to the smallG. B. pox scare it was decided to cancel the Greensburg Tuesday night Dr. Collins, of Louisville, had a difficulty engagement. Mr. Walton, owner of with J. E. Cantrill and was mortally the Stanford opera house, telephoned wounded. here and arrangements were made to Vetoed Two Hills. have the company appear in LancasCharleston, W. Va., March 2. Gor. ter tomorrow, Friday night, the proceeds to be divided with the Lancas- Atkinson Tuesday afternoon vetoed two ter band. The troupe will appear in One, bills passed by the legislature. labor lien bill, allowed a lathe Court House, and arrangements borer the employe a lien on material or oi have been made whereby the show can property for unpaid wages even when be given as well here as in a regular held by an innocent purchaser. Tha opera house. other bill killed is express bill taxing The troupe consists of twelve people annually express companies $500 for a and carries a brass band and full orch- charter, S200 on every ajent, two ccnta estra. The company is now playing on each package handled, and two pea return engagements in Kentucky, cent, on the gross earnings. which goes to prove its popularity. Killed and Injured In a Cave-ls and the play The actors are Council Bluffs, la., March 2. Two one of the best on the stage. "Back men were instantly killed and a third on the Farm" is a perfect rural comesustained a broken leg and was other y dy, without the usual wise injured Tuesday by the caving-i- a picvillian searching for gore. It is a of a bank of earth near where they ture of home life on a farm, with the were working. One of the dead men is author, Dan Darley, in the leading J. U. Black, of this city, and the othet role as Si Stebbens. is Frank Kroner, who had applied and Admission 50c ts; Children 25c ts; Re- been put to work but a few hours be seats 75cts, on sale at Stormes' fore. The injured man is CL P. Bead, served Drug Store. of this citj.. . a. first-clasblood-thirst- " I TFcnry Tarks bought of John Weofls, The slclc in this TlclnUynte all 1m- Sf ' I IS J 3f liica milk cow for S2o. provjng. NOTART PUBLIC, Q, Boner is still suffering from D. C. Pullins sold his farm to Jesse BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY the effects of the grip. Ledford for $40 per acre. Possession Miss Katharine Moore will begin a given April first. Land Samyor ana fo. select school of three months at ltice Murray and Shearer shipped their cadeuiy, Monday Gth. crop of 28 bogheads of tobacco to Lou Plug horses cheap and not many The Richmond Register says Mr. V AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO Mrs. Reuben Naylor lias a dish pan isville this week sold. A. Arbuckie, of Silver Creek, went to using for 25 hears, and is she has been Mr. Myers, of Paint Lick, has moved Green Siler sold a nice lot of heifers Tennessee last week and purchased still in a good state of preservation. his saw mijlio Mrs. Sallic LeavelPs at $16.50 per head. KNIGHTS OF PVTHIAS one bnll and four heifers, all thoroughJ I! Misses Mary Rout and Katharine farm on Back Creek. Sheep are used as beasts of burden bred Ilerefords, for'which he paid in Moore have returned from a pleasant the neighborhood of $1,000. These are Mason Pullins shipped part of his in India and Persia. Garrard Lodge No. 29. Knights s isit to friends in Danville.,,. Hugh tobacco crop to Louisville Saturday. the first Hereford cattle bought into B. F. Robinson bought of Dr. Her Leslie Kuykendall left Tuesday las, Madison county. It is claimed that of Pythias, meets every Thursday Mrs. Annie Adams will commence ring a 300 lb sow for 810. 5- for Bowling Green, where he has a teaching a subscription school this breed atPaint Henry Cox sold a sow and pigs to as much asis superior to all others, in night in Odd Fellows hall. Allvis- as clerk in a clothing estabthey are larger and fattet itiug Knights are fraternally invit ositicn Lick, next Monday. Robt. Hamilton for S14. faster. shment. ed. Ed Bishop, C. C. W. B. Adams has the best four Stewart, of Atlanta, bought a nice Rev. E. Edward, pastor of the Eng J. B. Aldridge while feeding his horse team in the county. He hauled horse of Lebanon parties for $93. lish Baptist Church at Minorsville J. S. Haselden, K.R.& S. week slipped fowls one morning last the large boiler to Myers' saw mill O. Y7. Anderson sold to B. F. Robin Pa., when suffering with rheumatism, and fell. Owintr to his age some from Paint Lick to Back Creek Mon was advised to try Chamberlain's Pain hogs at 3cts. thought the fall would prove fatal, will weigh eight or ten thou- - son a couple of fat ouu wo leant uuio no iiua uuuuu itwi sand pounds. Everybody said the con W. G. Anderson sold to W. R. Cook Balm. He says: "A few applications of this liniment proved of great service ered from the shock. Successor to Lackey & Gulley. dition the roads were In It would take bunch of shoats at 3 cents. E. T. Pence bought of Hanu of tome. It subdued the inflammation For frost bites, burns, indolent sores, bight horses to pull it. and relieved the pain. Should any suf czemas, slfin disease, ana especially Deputy U. S. Marshal, W. T. Short, Adair, 20 calves at $18.50 per head. ferer profit by giveing Pain Balm a Piles, DcWitt's Witch Hazel Salve and family moved to Mt. Vornon, J. A. Robinson bought of C. W. EVEKT WEEK BT tands first and best. Look out for Wednesday, and will that their home Anderson a bunch of shoats at 3 cts. trial it will please me." For sale by u. L. McRoberts Druggist. lm dishonest people who try to imitate in tU3 f uturo, Z.OVIS LANDRASr, Publisher. In one day in January, 1898, the J. II. Hale, the extensive peach ind counterfeit it, It's, tjiolr endyrse- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Representicc Over Alvah Adams is going to engage in Chicago stock yards received 31,229 grower of Connecticut, owner of many ment of a ood article. Worthless the pole cat business. Ho went out a sheep. acres of peach says: goods arc not imitated. Get DeWitts few days ago and dug ...$1.0C' YrB, in advance. into a den and TnE United States shipped 148,100 "As pruning isorchard in Georgia " !0:'j: more or less l,Vitch Hazel Salve. Stormcs' Drug found one very fine one, he was ' at a sheep to Great Bnttaln during the ing and weakening process, of a wound " and peach In the following Fire Insurance Store. loss to know how he could capture it last year, es are somuwhatj-.tende- r anyway, J alive; finally he concluded to pull off Companies TIIittlfVDAY, Slarcli 2 1898 WALLACETON. Renz. Hubble bought of Young two never consider it advisilile to prune in SPECIAL ATTENTION TO his coat and button it up he slipped .VAna of Hartford, extra nice yearlings weighing 14G0 lbs the fall, I prefer to let the trees stand Wallace, the coat into the den, and uito it the at n cents. Born, to the wife of Jas. W. just as they are until the freezin (itiecn of America. TRAVELING MEN. The conduct on railroad trains l3 on the lioth ult., ahoy. cat wenti ho gathered up his game Jno. Adams bought of Jones, of Tv. weather of whiter is over, and then soldiers lias come to a point which i and struck for home. He didn't get Xational of xlurtfort. 21 head of heifers and steers at prune any time from tiie later part of old child of Thos. The little hi month disKUStinc in the extreme. These bit, but there was a very perceptible aski, Phenlx of Brooklyn. writing. Febuary to earlv April, before the cents. K. EOSEAL & CO., toughs, when mustered out of the vol Soper is real sick at this odor left on the coat, Hartford of Hartford. J. Bert Soper went to Ford this week For a quick remedy and one that is J. W. Miller bought a nice bunch of bnbs begin to swell." Mr. Byers of unteer service, proceed to demolisl Manchester of England. Commission Merchants, in search of a job". We wish him perfectly safe for children let us rec short yearlings of Young at $23. per Denver entertains much the snino idea lire cars, Insult ladies and cndangci in regard to all diciduous trees and has Ccimt'cticut of Hartford. the lives of pasijeners and trainmen good luck. ommend One Minute Cough Cure. It head. found that butchery in the fall invites They seem to lunik that a suit ol Miss Bettie Ilendrickson is not able is excellent for croup, hoarseness, tickPenco, of Lincoln, bought a bunch North Uritinh and Xerelumtile. anu ner ling in the throat arid coughs. Stormes of calves from Young at $18.25 per such winter Injury a.;tu virtually ruin C soldier clothes gives them the right to t'j perform her school-wor- k Goraiii Aaidricia of Sew York. the trees by supcrlnducini,' constitut ict just as they please. A hrakeman father. Rev. Ilendrickson, is teaching Drug Store. head. ional weeklies.;, blacic heart and bark Liverpool and Loudon and Globe. mashed t he foul mouth of one of these n her stead. J. L. Bruce, of Boyle, bought of J. breaking. Trim only v. hen the cold UNION STOCK YARDS, BUENA VISTA. toughs the other day, and the travel Wm Caldwell, who has been on a Johnson 8 short feeders at $41.05 weather of whiter L known to be past. I also represent the old reliable ing public should present the plucky visit to friondsand relatives in the per head. 1 he Kentucky hU V i':i;m publish CINCINNATI, O. trainman with a chromo. The dis mountains, has returned to his home The wet weather still continues and The maple sap season was very short. Haw York Life graceful conduct of the toughs hav here. entri the farmers are beginning to get rest It is to be hoped a long one will come ing Co., announces. tho es on March 15th to its Expectation information regardinglive stock cheermade it almost unsafe for a lady to who has less. There has been but little plow before spring. Mr. Colson, our black-smit- h Purse, fifth in its series of purses in fully furnished. Consign your stock di travel alone. The dirty slouch hat ing done. Denny bought of Cole, of augurated in 1890. Jas. Deen Jiving just outsiue 01 town, 'Phone IZiS. Successful from rect to us. uie greasy oiousc, me yellow leggins moved on Monday to the store of Wal The protracted meeting that ha Cumberland, 12 yearlings at $30 per the start, its Purse for foals of 1895 and foul mouths have gotten to be lace & Sooer on Main St. He seems been in progress at Brown's Chappel head less S2.50 on. lot. HUE ha veinirover500nrnniii.it inns, tint wit h- nuisance on nearly all railroad trains. for the last week still continues and pleased with "living in town' Jno. A. Wood bought of Hudson and stan(Hnir the widesnred denmsslim in people will oiler a heartv much and the we trust that much good will bo done Page, of Adair County, IT head of 700 The recent cold snap, besides perform SPEIMEDBLD men when they have disappeared al thc jnterest of thc tn;lt v it , ing various tricks, severe, expensive, ueiore it. closes. lb cattle at 41 cents. ,,:itrnnizort hv thf. host, chics i.r together. FIRE AND MAEINE J. Bennie Poor, the clerk in Scotts amusing and otherwise, got in some Jas. N. Denny bought of Wm. Lil- - horsemen in the United States and I have purchased the WalINSURANCE COMPANY. yn. Tom F. PiLCHiiu, formerly ed real good(V), solid work, as is proven store is on the sick list this week with lard, of Boyle, 21 head of short year- Canada. The subscribers, to these by the fact that nearly or quite all of a throat trouble. lings at 825. per head. Purses realize that on the opportunity tor of the 2s icholasville Democrat, ker stable and am prepared the mistletoe in tins locality is Kineo, The price of corn, in this neighborEQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE GO a candidate for Railroad Commi:;sion Joe Ilendrickson bought of Jas. Al offered their youngsters to win money So far we have louna no one wno ever looa iias reached the S2.00 mark. to, furnish the OF NEYr YOIIK. er in this district. Mr. Pilcher is len, of Lincoln, 32 head or forward depends to u large, extent the future of the business, and so realizing have A large crowd from this section at yearlings at 32.50 per head. gentleman thoroughly equipped fo knew of this like before. Mr. H. C. Kinnaird, who returned tended court in Lancaster Monday. Robinson & Hamilton the position and is being strongly sup Thousands of acres of seeded farm liberally patronized them in the past ported for the place. Ife is the on! from Missouri six weeks ago, was joined Office ovei Post Office. A. D. Scott is sick with the grippe ing lands in Illinois are inundated, and will no doubt so continue to do in shortest notice. on bv his family on Monday of this week future. The increased 'niderest shown Kentucky candidate Jessamine county lias ev : : : at this writing, i .so VST3R. and the loss will be heavy. in the business during the. ouerea lor a state otiice. is an origin: and say she feels a million dollars richer. year Special attention given ComW- - P. Ruble was in narrodsburg. It is estimated that 10 per cent of and much emphasised by the success ilver man, having been made Pros' Mr Kinnaird moved from hereto Mis Wednesday on business Elbert range cattle in Texas were killed ful sales mercial Travelers. OHGAN'IZED 1883. just closed, should induce dent of the Bimetalic League of Jes souri 14 years ago, but since coming Dickerson and wife, of Buckeye, were the recent blizzards. owners to enter liberallv. What the county, and was sent as a dele back bought a nice home nearWalacc- visiting relatives in tills neighborhood by the samine EICE BENGE One Minute buyers most want are race horses, once Before the discovery he and fWBSEHS NATIONAL BANK gate to the State Convention at Lex ton in which situatedhis family are now the latter part of last week Miss "Cough Cure, ministers of were greatly that are well entered and have good and he says he comfortable ington in ISiKi. E U OF LAHOASTEE. KY. is the disturbed by coughing congregations. prospects should they develop speed. will never again leave Kentucky to find Minnie Rozclle, of Lexington guest of Miss Alice Robinson this No excuse for it now. Stormes' Drug Nothing digusts a horseman more than "While "W. P. Walton was barking a better place to live. Ben Allen and wife, of Bourno week to find that he has purchased a colt Capital) $50,000 his shins on the rungs of that laddci Geo. B. Secord, the well known con- aro visiting her fathor Bonjiunine Store. W. G. and C. W. Anderson sold a that develops extreme speed but can tractor of Towanda, X. Y., nays: " I Naylor this week, lie doubtless wasmeditatingupon tin 10,000 passage ot scripture which says one have used Chamberlain's Cough RemSurplus Fund bunch of GOO it cattle to D. G. Allen, not profit by it. Youngsters should Go to J. E. Scotts for your Plows and be prepared for the market by being of Lincoln at $4.85 per cwt. ought to love his next door neighbor edy in my family for a long time and your BUSINESS SOLICITED. have found it superior to any other.'3 Plow points. He can supply as himself. SURPLUS. The Drovers Journal English cable- liberally entered in stakes ane purses. CAPITAL -- OFwants. 4t 1 000.00, For sale by R. E. McRoberts Druggist- gram quotes the cattle market slow The Stock Farm Publishing Compary 7130,000.00 CUrefal and Prompt Attention Guaranteed lm If you have a cough, throat irrita but about steady. Best steers, V2(a 12i will be glad to send you an entry blank. 1'xci.e Sam's building a new Main LANCASTER, ILY. tion, weak lungs, pain in the chest against President now, and it's safe to say that anybod J. 2i. H ceihBOTHAH lH12c a week ago and 10i Address them at Lexington, Ky. 2t. blUNc. difficult breathing, croup or hoarse Lewie Y. Lsavell a year ago, with a grudge against the old gentle Story of a Slave. ness. let us sucrirest One Minute Coueh llic . F nuucoK Ceshlei man will think twice before blowing everyone come to Mcott si'orK &at- - Cure Always reliable and safe. The curious fact that corn, potatoes To be bound hand and foot for years W. O. RlGNnr Assistant Cash'i her u n. A. R. Penny. President. urday night to hear Mr. James John- and other; plants thrive better when by the chains of disease is the worst Stormes' Drug Store. Jno. K. Storm ks. Vice President. Bookkeeper CD. Wxlekb son the noted singer, lie is coming in placed in rows running north and form 01 slavery. George 1). Williams, Wm. H. Sinnaikd, Cashier. Itemr.rkable lies cue. MCCREARY. order to make a choir here, south has now been proven. Planted of Manehester,Iieh. tells how such a C.DrNSY, J. F. Koeinson. Jb, DIRECTOKS: Mrs. Micheal Curtain. Plainlleld, 111 thus they obtain more uniform and slave was made free. He says: " My 8. of his daughter, Died, at the home Assistant Cash'r. A singing class will be opened regular light. makes the statement, that she caught Mrs. Hansford Green, uncle Jimmie LEWIS y. Leavkll, J.M.HI86INB0THAX, wife has been so helpless fjr live R. T. Embkt Ass't T. M. ABNOLD, cold, which settled on her lungs she Shear, age ninety-threJ. B. JOHNSON, of pneumo Antioch church the 15th of March. "Give me a liver regulator and I can years that she could not turn over in B. F. Hudson. 1I.C. Abnold, Jb. was treated for a month by her fainilly nia, on the 20th ult. Interment in Messrs. Robert Warner and Porter regulate the world," said a genius. bed alone. After using two bottles of ALSX.GlBBS, DIRECTORS J. J.Walkkb physician, but grew worse. lie told Pleasant Grove cemetery, He is the Warren, of our neighborhood joined Jacob Y. Robinson. The druggist handed him a bottle of Electric Bitters, she is wonderfully im Jas Spllman. Sam I.I). Cochran, her she was a hopelessvictim of con father of twenty children. the State Guards, Monday. DcWitt's Little Early Risers, the fa proved and able to do her own work.' Alex. R. Denny. A. C. Robinson. sumption and that no medicine could Miss Malinda Murphy, age 1G, Miss Pearl Ross, of Lancaster, spent mous little pills. Stormes' Drug This supreme remedy for femalo discigar stands have the cure her. Her druggist suggested Dr. All first-claW. R. Cook, L. Davidson. eases quickly cures nervousness, sleep daughter of Mr. Samuel Murphy, died last week with Miss Linnie Warren Store. Jno. E 5torraes. Proctor Knott cigar. King's New Discovery for Consum Sunday morning at three close of lessness, melancholy, headache, back Pherigo and wife visit Mr. W. F. at her home It is reportod that since the tion: she bought a bottle and to her o'clock of consumption, she had been ed relatives at Preachersville, the first the war, over 40,000 head of cattle, ache, fainting and dizzy spells. This S. BEAZLEY, delight found herself benefitted from a patient suuerer ior several inontps. of the week Misses Jennie and Ro have been shipped from Venezuela t( miracle working medicine is a godsend first dose. She continued its use and Interment in Gunn'sChapel cemetery. zella Gulley, of Hiattsvillo, were the Cuba, in addition to the large number to weak, sickly, run down people. after taking six bottles, found herself Teeth extracted wlthont pain Everybottle guaranteed. Only 50 c, shipped from Argentine. For the speedy and permanent cure of sound and well: now does her ow The bereaved family have the sympa- guests of their grand mother, Mrs, vr.th Vitalized Air. Office lm Sold by Ii. E. McBoberts Druggist, lm the New Thompson Building. Misses Betti Gulley, last week thy of the people of this commuuity. teller, salt rueum :uia eczema, Cham housework, and is as well as she ev Mr. Jason Walker bought and ship berlaiQ'3 Eye and Sinn Ointment ic Elias Lea veil had a cow to fall over and INelle Arnold, of near Lancaster, ped to Atlanta last week a car load of without an equal. It relieves tho itch was. Free trial bottles of this Great were guests of relatives here, and at horses. He bought them from various ' HOOD, ing and smarting almost instantly anil Discovery at Ti. E. McRoberts Drug a cliff and kill herself last week. HUBBLE. its continued use effects a permanent Store. Only f0 cents and $1.00 every Mr. Moss, of Camp Nelson, age 42 tended preaching at Antioch, Sunday parties paying from $50. to $100. foi SURGEON-DENTISMaster Loyd Perrin, of Stanford them. He will be back next week to cure, it also cure3 itch, barber a itch, Miss Francis Adams is the guest of lm and Miss Canter, of Pollys Bend, age is with his ecald head, sore nipples, itchim? pile3, bottle guaranteed. Mrs. P. G buy another load for the same market Miss Anna Ki were married at the home of the LANCASTER. KT Bright.... Rev. Charley chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and bride's uncle, Mr. Daniel Carter the AYarner.,,,Letcl)er Warren, of Paint- and those wanting to sell may do well Neil will priach at McKendree church Office over HaseUlen's hardware store. MT. HEBRON. granulated lius. Sunday and Sunday night 24th ult. Rev. Thompson officiating. Lick, was tho guest of Porter Woar- to see him. Prof. Miss Peggie Stublefield isverysicl We wish the couple a long and happy ren the latter part of last week Dr. Caik's Condition for J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on Hall has commenced his school at the Notice to Creditors. horses are the best tonic, blood purifier at this writing. Clayton wearren, or uanviiie, w life. electric street car line, writes that Iiif- Bright school house. Miss Katie Walund vermifuge. Price. 25eents. Soldby with the family of Mrs. Almira Wear little daughter was very low with ter's is at home on a Visit from her Mr. B. A. Duncan sold to Mrs. A Garrard t?ountCour Mrs. Mariah Rainey got thrown ren, Saturday night and Sunday, t.Drnt'p st, Litioaster nic McMillion, a mare at $15. illls Adams' Trustee R. E croup, and her life saved after all phy school at Stanford. vs. from her horse last Friday evening Willis Adams' Creditors. Miss Edna Scott will begin a spring and broke her collar bone, she has sicians had failed, only by using One To all whom it may concern: This Is to notl Lung Irritation. fv tou thnt I will on the 4th Mondav In March school at Pleasant Hill, Monday. Minute Cough Cure. Stormes' Drug suffered much pain. 1SW- make a motion for final release as Is the forerunner to cousumpfson Store. trusted f Willis Adams. Ths Feb B, 18. 19. Mrs. Betsy Graham, a very aged la Died, at the home of her son, Mr. Dr. Bell's will cure it Sai.lIe A. Leavelu Trustee dy, was buried at Mt. Hebron, Mon Straud Grimes, Saturday night, Aunt Monday was a fair day and quite for Willis Adams. c and give, such strength to the lungs day morning. Bettie Grimes, of pneumonia, at a ve- that a cough or a cold will not settle a crowd was in town. There were James Johnson closed a ten days ry old age. Her remains were inter- there. Twenty-fiv- e C cents at McRob some 500 or GOO cattle on the market. y Can Prescribe singing here Sunday. His class is red in theMt. Hebron burying ground. erts Drug Store. Kou Are Going North, lm and prices were very good. The bet very much pleased witii their sucRev. Neal, of Winchester, will fill ter quality selling at from 4i to octs, cess. and most any kind that sold at all You Are Going South, his appointment at Scott's Fork, 2nd FLATWOOD. brought from 4 to 4J cts. Tho sale of Misses Lena Rogers, Maggie Huff- Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday Jake Clouse bought three calves of mules was not so good, but those that You Are Going East, man and Mrs. Alice Clark were the night. We hope the weather will be S. E, Ham mack for $37 sold brought fair prices from $40. to pleasant guests of Miss A. E. Scott, agreSable. FOR A TRIAL MONTH'S SUBSCRIPTM!! You Are Going West? Misses Mollie Evans and Sunday Sinclair Cord and family, and Chas. $90. Cliambrrlaln'n CuiirIi Remedy. Sarah Ivy Johnson, escorted by Bert s is intended especially Dillion and family, of Fleming county, This remedy Formula on each package. V PltaCHASK TICKETS VIA TMC Roar, of High Bridge, attended prea- for coughs, colds, croup, whooping has moved into some of E. H. WalkA TIMELY HINT. Ton should be wise and see that- vonr hlaad la ching at this place Sunday George coughs and influenza. er's tenant houses. SB THE CK'.CXTCST AND BEST AFTERNOON rich and pare and your whole system put in a It has become Miss Yirgie CURES YOUR COUGH jM Quinby, of Jessamine, spent Monday PAF3 IN THE SOUTH. Dr. Worrell has gone to at- penccwy neaiiny condition Dy tne use ot you famous for its cures of these diseases, Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then night with his uncle, W. D. Scott will be free from malaria, tvohoid fever, colds over a large part of the civilized world. tend a Normal in Lebanon Ohio prlp. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Correct Market Quotations. Kg Miss Una Montgomery; of Bryants-ville- , The most fluttering testimonials have .Mrs. Underwood and daughter, Eliza, and the to. of near Danville, visited .Mrs. M. J . fowaer the best medicine money can bay. Latest State Nevs. visited her cousin Ella Mont- been received, giving accounts of Price, 25 & 50c For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Sprue its Archer, last week. 3 Al! the Local News. il gomery, Sunday Frank Quinby and good works; of the aggravating and Gum Balsam. Priea 26e and 6O0 M. A. Archer is moving hear Parks-villLouisville Complete Press Reports. Nasmvillc R. ft. a Bottla. L. Preston, of Jessamine, were in this Sj persistent coughs it has cured; of severe For sale by neighborhood last week. R .E. McRoberts. colds that have yielded promptly to its R. E. McRoberts Drug Store James Hankins and family,- formalan 11 Largest Circulation in the South, accuna I have been afflicted with rheuma- snioothing effects, and of the danger- ly of this place, started for Indiana 35,000 AND CVCR DAILY. IK tism for fourteen years and nothing ous attacks of croup it has cured' often last Thursday. The Maximum Safety, seemed to give any relief. I was able savi ng the li fe of the ch i Id. The extenHav. Gashwilder, of Crab Orchard, EDUCATION to be around all the time, but con- sive use of it for whooping cough has will preach at Good Hope church next The Maximum SO Speed, I alslntely nr c esMrr to the jrnnr stantly suffei ing. I had tried every- shown that it robs that disease of all Sunday. ia&n or young woman who wonld win thing I could hear of and at last was dangerous consequences. It is espeOr, $5.00 a Year by Hall. success in life. This being conceded The Maximum Comfort, t Is of first importance to get your training at the school that strands In the very Iront ran- ktold to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm, cially prized by mothers for their chilThe Eagle, KIbc of all Bird. k AGENT IN EVERT TOWIL which I did and was immediately re- dren, as is never fails to effect a speedy is noted for its keen sight, clear aud The Minimum THE BRYiNT & STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE Rates. lieved and in a short time cured. I cure, and because they have found that distinct vision. So are thosfe persons w Louisville Times Co., LOUISVILLE, KY. am happy to say that it has not since there is nottoeJeast danger In giving who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line Hj returned. Josh Edgar, Germantown, it, even to babies, as it contains noth- for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes Kates, Time and all other iH&nutioa S LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY. Graduates of this college preferred by business bonses. Write for of any SHORTHAND, be cheerfully furaiAed br ,. w CaL For sale by R. E. McRoberts ing injurious. Sold by R. E. McRob- kind of granulated lids. Sold " BiviiiK testimonials irom graduates occupy Int. prominent positions all over the United SUtea- -it will bo mailed at 25cts TELEGRAPH c. r. atm one. . r. a., "i Druggist. to yon f Kaic lm erts Druggist. lm McRoberts Drug Store. lm Or by y wiiiiisw OTiwtttifflt m warn w whwbs MAftKSBURY. I - X. DUNN Apt Liu sit d file iSzonl w DANVILLE, KY. UUu - 1 Toilet Jlvzioles. j dayit W. H. LACKEY, CENTRAL RECORD Insurance Agency 57,000,000 LIVERY STABLE. handsome turnouts, reasonable;jprices W. at lie, Hogs, Sheep insurant aflJURRASCE J NEW LIVERY. hn lgts Very Best Rigs the a1 - 1493-TH- mi S e, diseases DENTIST J. T, grand-mothe- r, r -. -- A PhysicianOav Dr. Otto's 3 lyiiiffiTPJ H Spruce Gum? I Balsam. If If if If I ( H I lj e, y. m - 1 S9TS AMONThI A BUSINESS B I of of of of BOOK-KEEPIN- f. .Mi .jar; General Notice WE MUST HAVE oooooooooooooooooooooox Up-to-date For fte BENEFIT f The Nation! OF BUYERS. AN INC REASE IN THE AR Our SPRING LINE is BETTER and LARGER than Ever Before. xoo: Our stock of CLOTHING is selected Neckware. WEARINGEST SHOES In Manhattan Shirts ARE THE BEST. Full line Stetson Hats, the State. from Best Eastern Markets. ID- SATISFACTIOIT J. L. Frohman & Go. Polng Down Hill. People ffering from Kidney Diseases We have just received a nice Hue of the Newest feel a gradual but steady loss of Designs in Face Veilings, embracing White Chiffon strength and vital Chenille Dots, Etc., all pretty and desirable styles. ity. They should lose no time in trying Foley's Kidney Cure, a Respectfully, Guaranteed Preparation. ifgss I Bn Eft CT SeP Ebb anviile, Kentucky. Little Pimples Turn to Cancer. Tolmceo tn Rnelnml, 1845. When I was a lad fully half the population of both &exes, rich as well aa poor, the banker equally with the work My first ingman, were snulftakers. schoolmaster always carried his snull loose in his waistcoat- pocket, and in numerable were his dips into it with two fingers and a thumb in thecoursa 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 neve seemed to relish one of the huge pinches so much as immediately after having administered a sound ca&tlgatlon to some recalcitrant pupil. On the other hand, there was little or no open-ai- r smoking, except in the case of laboring men going to or from their work. Irt this respect lucifer matches have some for; but for them tha thing to practice of outdoor smoking would never have grown to its present pro portions. Chambers Journal. ans-vve- r New Line of Veilings. Cancer ofren results from an im purity in the blood, inherited from BRYANTSVILLE. of Central Record: Editor generations back. Few people are entirely free from some tuint in the blood, We feel a little disappointed in not Will Richardson, Thos. Naylor, Les. and it is impossible to tell when it will receiving TnE Recohd of the 27th, up ley narber and Logue Thompson, left break out in the form of dreaded Canto this late date when it was due here here Monday night for Illinois, to cer. What has appeared to be a mere C. C. & J. E. Stormes. lm 'Phone 85. pimple or scratch has developed into on the 18th, or 20th, at the furtherest. work this summer. Foreign Christian iTHttslonary Society Perhaps Uncle Sam is too busy with Win. Debord sold to S. Morgan sev the most malignant Cancer. I had a severe Cancer which ni3 at first Among the most prosperous Mission the Filipinos to look after the boys en hogs at 31c per lb. only a few blotches, that I thought would 1 SOU II Klb UV.il. Misses Inona and Mollic Duglass ary oiganizations of this country is here interested with his mails. Wins treated by several able four cattle will return to Versailles tomorrow. physicians, but In spite the Foregn Christian Missionary Socie per in his ear easy to attend to things J. B. Hutchings bought of their efforts the and let Aquinaldoboss from a Pulaski county stock dealer, until my conMr. S. Jordan, of Nichlosville, was ty of Cincinnati Ohio, an organization at home a little dition became alarming. of the Christian Church (Disciples of the Malays awhile perhaps he can make for $G0. After many months ol THURSDAY, March, 2 - 1899. with friends in this city the latter Christ). During the last five years its a better job of it. We expected to ge" sale of J. S. Things sold well at the treatment and growing part of the week. steadily worse. I de- receipts have been more than double, a true account of the cold in the good Pettus: cows from $2o to SuO; anu oili X cided to try S. S. S. James Martin Leavell, of St. Louis' and last year they reached $130,92o.00 old state. We hear from private er things in proportion. recommended. The first 9000O0O00CO00O0O00000O attended the funeral of his grand Missions have been planted by the sources and news papers all sorts of Foley's Honey and Tar Cough Medi bottle produced an improvement. I continued mother, Mrs. Kitty Leavell, last week. Christian Church in India, China, Ja- - ranges of the themometer from 22 to cine is unquestionably the best the medicine, and in He is now visiting his relatives in this an, Turkey, Africa, Scandinavia aud 42 below zero on the 13th, inst. How four months the last litremedy for the Throat and tle scab dropped off. city. England. One of the most important was It? How lnv did it go? Give us Lungs, Pleasant to ta.ie Ten vears have elapsed. cmnrts. On the mornincr of O00&990090C000S00000000C0U steps recently taken is the planting of """b"" o and is guaranteed, and not a sign of the disease has returned." Mrs. W. B. Moss, of Lancaster, ar " themometer here lm Gillsburg, Miss. C. C, & J. E. Stormes. Capt. S. p. VanPelt, of Danville, rived in the city Tuesday evening to Churches in Cuba. Two missionaries 13th, at 2 degrees the 70 degrees with down pour of It is daneerous to experiment with be at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. will be sent to Havana soon. A Mis stood at A. J. Thompson sold at public auc was in town yesterday, aeg' is beyond the skill Colson, who has been very low this sion will be planted under the shadow ' rain At 7 a. m. it was down to tion at court, Monday, six steers at Cancer. The disease S. is the only cure, of physicians. S. S. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Moritz, of St. week. Middlesborough News. of Morro Castle. This religious body above zero, At 8 a m. it reached 19 about 7c per lb. because it is the only remedy which Louis, visited relatives here this week. has two hundred and fourMsssionaries deer and after that under a steady sun John Cress sold 10 or 12 yearling cat goes deep enough to reach Cancer. Mr. A. F. Moffett, who was chosen in foregn lands, and a number more shine it went up to 33 deg. at about have Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Edmiston tle at from 815 to $20 per head. chairman in the oratorical contest 2 p. m. and then went gradually down returned from a visit toCrab Orchard. SDlit at Richmond University, is a win oe sent out tins year. W. Mc. Ilutchins bought of J. P. 20 deg. at 7 a. m. on the 14th, and to Judge M. D. Hughes is in Casey great friend of Mr. Ed Gaines, and has es The annual offering in all thechurh- - after an hour gradually went up to Rogers 11 acres of land for $125, of this communion for Foregn misthft onlv blood fKwifr.'s Snpmfinl county this week working up a Mae- - visited the latter in this city. went James Rogers bought of Bird Mathe- - remedy guaranteed is sions is the first Sunday in March. about 45 during the day and Purely Vegetable. uiueeiougc. ,f TT a. T5. "Mnrksburv lias been We are reminded of the rapid growth down no more. Twenty miles West na, da acres or lanu ror iio. potasn aim mer All otliers contain most uangerous 01 Vm. Berkele, of Frankfort, has been critically ill of pneumonia for several of this religious body, in only about stv- - of us it was as low as 7 deg. above zero: J. F. Payne and Miss Nannie Nay cury, tnenn fJnnppr nrifl lilnotl minerals disease: Knnlri ElgHty UlliCS AOrUl Ul Ufc lb . - u.B. lor were married last week and will wife and child, at W. II. days and her son, Frank, and daughter. nnl.v Hvp vnnrc r l,ic nnl visiting his mailed free bv Swift Soecihc Company, Mrs. Rice, were telegraphed for. At to number more than 1,000.000 com oWiva ind nt.Minmi. one hundred miles co to nouse Keeping in w. xi. cum Atlanta, ueorgia. "Wherrit'ts. much easier. municants in this country alone. or more South East of us on the At mins' house. Mr. J. Randolph Harris and bride this writing she is resting The sale of Uibks in China reaches coast; it as 24 deg. above and are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Capt. Ike Dunn, of Lower Garrard Last year they make a gain of no less lantic 100 miles South West of us on To allay pains, subdue inflammation, not far from 1,000,1)00 copies annually Tampo, y this year was in town Tuesday. Ike is a wheel than 50.000 and their war-crE. W. Harris. Out of their poverty 3t,000 Hurman is a gain of 100.000. They have more the Gulf, it was about the same with heal foul sores and ulcers, the most horse anywhere you put him, and $15,000 for Christian work Mr. and Mrs George Lusk, of Law- - great, big, heaping lot of people would than 10,000 churches and about 9,000 nlnntv of snow and sleet. The whole satisfactory results are obtained by Baptistsgave own among their people. a..u ,.ke tQ sqq hIm represent Garrard in minister. They are building up a vecrfttiible croD of the state, much of usine BALLARD'S SNOW LINI renceourg, nave ueeu viMtn.g The (juestion of a llible institute for as tc MENT. Price, 25 cts. and 50 cts. Mrs. J no. Miller. number of splendid educational in- - which was being marketed, such the totitli, to be loenled at Memphis, the next Legislature. etc C. C. & J. E. Ktormes stititous in different parts of the coun matoes, strawberries, pineapples way lm Tenn., is being agitated. Mr. Brutus Arnold and cousin, Miss Mr. E. C. "Walton, of the Stanford try. and very much more far on the Last year for ail Missions they The Central Christian church, Indi Nellie Arnold visited Buckeye Satur- Journal, was here Monday mingling HAMMACK. anapolis, 1ml., hits adopted the iudivid raised more than $500,000. Thev are to maturity, was killed out right day and Sunday. with the court day crowd. He says ailing for a total wreck. It is too late to repai ual communion cup system. $1,000,000 this situation without hope of success. year, and not most, nf the losses for this season. The Born, to the wife of J. O. Reid, a 10 At a Wesleyan meeting in London re McKce Kinnaird, a popular business the reports of the small-po- x The Jubilee Middlesborrough, was in the in his town were greatly exagerated girl. man of cently the collection for the Twentieth of this organized missionary work is to lemon trees are killed, the grave bushe pound are Sowders, the victim, was promptly re ba obsarved Century fund amounted to the snug city for a few days. Mr. Eb Pointer has moved in in October, of this year at are killed, the orange trees sum or $:!ju,iho. others tenant house of S. E. Hammack's. moved to an isolated house and the Miss. Bettie Arnold is the guest of Cincinnati, Ohio, where the American doubt, some say they are killed, say The college, nt Fooprompt work of the health board pre You can be cheerful and happy only Christian Missionany Society was or- say they are hurt and some again her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. T. M. vented a spread of chow, is the largest Christian college the disease ganized for Rome and Foreign Missions they are slightly hurt and will shed when you are well. If you feel "out in China. Dr. (Jeorge 15. Smyth became Logan of Buckeye. crop for of sorts" takellERBINE, it ,vill brace Mr. J. L. Frohman. of The Globe in 1849. Alexander Canibell was tho their leaves and still make a its president in 1SS3. A. T. Anderson has returned from this season. Others say they are badly you up. Price, 50 cents. Danville was in the city Monday first president. Fully 10,000 delegate A vacant church in Philadelphia Anniston, Ala., where he served as C. C. & J. E. Stormes, - call. Mr. ire expected to attend the Jubilee Con" hurt but will come again, by opinion lm and paid us a pleasant which pays its pastor a salary of $1,200 division wagon master. is that they are all very badly hurt and Frohman is a splendid business man vention. The great Music Hall of S. E. Hammack received word yes. a year, has the names of a hundred can Elders R. G. and Holton Frank, of and one of the cleverest gentlemen one Cincinnati has already been secured, most of them killed, just to what ex terday Friday, Feb. 24, that Mr. M. didates under consideration. be fully known until For 15 years Dr. Cloudier has been Nichlosville, were here Saturday min- ever ,neets with IIe nas built up one and other large buildings will be used. tent will not section boss on the railroad May will Pointer, 111- gling with their many friends, of the largest and best trades in- Cen No doubt there will be a creditable re Octnhnr next. April and had been promoted to supporting more than a hundred pri at Medora make some serious developments how yard master at East St. Louis at $C0. mary village schools in. India, at an ag MesdamesR. L. Elkin and G M. tral Kentucky, winch he says was done presentation from the Church in this ever. It is hard to crush Florida. She ner month. He married a niece of gregate cost of more than $100,000. Chaules E. Powell. Patterson attended the "NV. C. T. U., oy square dealing and a liberal use of State. The Gouchcr schools in India have has time vet to make a corn crop, and Mrs. S. E. Hammack, Miss Jennie printer's ink. Mr. Frohman has seen Wilmore last week. convention at Given up by Four Doctor. peas and potatoes in abundance an Austin. Success to you Mr. Pointer educated pastors, presiding elders, pasfmnniMi nf thft hnsitipss world tn tunw tor teachers, local preachers and Beaver Dam, O., Aug. 27th, 1895. the lakes are full of fine fish and they Miss Jennie Burnside, of Lancaster that tQ make a guccess a man must et teachers, through whose influMiss Bettie Bell is very sick at this My daughter, after being treated by seem to be taking pity on the people is the attractive guest of Miss Laetitia the people know what he has for sale. ence, as the reports of the presiding Brown, 0? the count'. Lexington and that the columns of the newspaper four doctors, and being given up for and will be caught. I know this for writing'. elder distinctly show, in the 15 years Born, to the wife of M. A. Archer since they Gazette. lost, a neighbor recommended Foley's certain, because our party went on the began, 27,000 converts have are the place to tell it. lake yesterday afternoon and caught two boys. One would suppose Mr. A been added-tKidney Cure. the church. she is able to Mr. J. Joseph has one to the cities The Pittsburg Commercial Gazette, walk several miles forty-tw- o very nice trout, briu, perch wont have to hire any clerks as he is without fatigue, I to purchase more spring goods. He of the 21, prints the following which fish. Of this catch ike going into the merchantile business, will be absent several days and scour will be of interest to the prospectiv feel we would have lost her if it was and one jack Dunn mastered fifteen. Mrs. Kate Much pain and uneasiness is caused not for your medicine. the markets. groom's many Lancaster friends Adams eight, Miss Lula Anderson sev by piles, sparing neither age nor sex. Respectfully, Mrs. J. M. Bailey. Mrs. Geo.Walden Announcement is made of the engage lm Mr. Jakellughley, en, Tom Adams four and the balance TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT C. C. & J. E. Stormes. and Miss Leila Bryant, of Danville, ment of Miss Emma Lucas, daughter were taken bv Mr. and Mrs. Wait, MENT cures the most obstinate cases, SUFFERING. attended the funeral of Mrs Kitty of the late Rev. C. S. Lncas, pastor of Colored Recruits. Tom Adams and Ike Dunn are having Price, 50 cts. in bottlo, tubes 75c. the First Christian church, Allegeeny, Leavell last week. War Department has wired Lt. fine sport hunting quails and doves lm The C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Thousands of to Mr. Robert Graham Fiank of W. T. Johnston, recruitincr officer at and with splendid success. All are women are Elder Charles Powell has arrived Nicholasville, Ky. Quite a large crowd gathered at ceremony. Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored ap- happy here to be out of the fierce cold The troubled at Squire B. F. Persons Friday evening from Orlonda, Fia. He preached his monthly interwhich is to take place at the home on plicants for Cavalry and Infantry servals with pains first sermon Sunday and all very much Buena Vista street, Allegheny, on the vice, sending the former to Fort Grant, and among the fish, and, and the best in honor of his son, William. Mr. fishing season is not on yet. in the head, pleas2d with him Luther McQuerry and Willie Ross, latter evening of March 9, will be conducted i.nzoim, aim uie City. to j? ort JJoug-las- back, breasts, B. M. Burdett. Salt Lake This is anexLadies present were Misses Hattie son by Rev. R. A. Abbott of Baltimore, an Mrs! William Cook and little shoulders.sides cellent opportunity for young colored McQuerry, Nannie Lawson, Kate and hips and limbs. leave in a short time for Ashville, N, uncle of the bride, assisted by Rev. W, men to get, into tne regular Army. nave you a cough? A dose of Cous Edna Tankersley, Icy Cook, Maudie But they need a., to visit her mother. Mrs. E. L J. Lhamon of Allegheny. No invita Recruit for white Infantry and Caval not suffer. relieve Ross, Mrs, Phado Parks and several ry regiments are also wanted. Apply sen's Honey of Tar will Owsley and brother, William. tion have been issued for the wedding. These pains are symptoms of Price, 25 cents and 50 cents. others. Gentlemen were too numer to Lieut. W. T. Johnston. oe very quiet. dangerous derangements that Mr. Will Beazley, of Louisville, and wnicn win MO-t- f They danced all C. C. & J. E. Stormes ous to mention. Main St. Lexington, Ky.- - lm can be corrected. The mensister, Miss Lizzie, of Crab Orchard, Volcanic Eruptron. nicht. and had a nice time. strual function should operate were guests of their brother, Dr. W. painlessly. Bettie Bell sold three calves to Wm Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob S. Beazley Tuesday. Coldisor. for $37. life of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salv cures them, also Old, Running and Fever Sors, Ulcers. Boils. Felons Corns, Wrats, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Physician-?j- a makes menstruation painless, Scalds, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. and regular. It puts.the deliearth cate menstrual organs in condimy ac Bast Pile cure on Oissy Drives out CanPrescribe v Remember that 25 cts. a box. Pains and Aches. tion to do their work properly. And that stops all this pain. Cure guaranteed. Sold by R. E. Mc- s counts are Due, and it is Rybeits Druggist. Why will any woman suffer lm month after month when Wine DEALER IN . of Cardui will relieve her? It absolutely. costs $r.co at the drug store. 1899 Why don't you get a bottle Weak Eyes Are JTIade Strong. The results over of an indulgence in styes removed food or drink are promptly rectified, did vision made clear, ni.onul.itnH llflc nr enro fvps nf nnv pain or discomfort, by taking without effectually cured by a few doses of nERBINE. Price 50 kind speedily and lm the use of Sutherland's Eagle Eye C. & J. E. Stormes, 0. cents salve. Its put up in tubes, and sold on guarantee at McRoberts Drug Store. Tlic Sunny South. 1111 Killamey Fla. NOEL SISTERS. CENTRAL RECORD. PEtysojifm- Mwm A physician can prescribe Dr. Otto's Spruco Gum lialani. The Formula is on the package. Ceres your Cough in a day. Very pleasant to take. Children cry for It. Large 6iie bottles. Price 25c and 50c. Dr. Otto's Sprues Gum Balsam. " For a Beautiful Complexion Usa Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Pawaer. For sale by R. E. McRoberts. ! NOTICE! Bids "Wanted. Rids will be received by County Judge, R. A. Burnside,forrepainngana metaling the following roads until January 1. 11)00. Quarries for metal will be furnished by the county. Said metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to pass, at it's greatest diameter, through a two inch ring. Said metal hall 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 sup ervision and approval of said Com missioner. Said turnpike roads are to-l.1 otr in the following sections, wit: ai j ! I DISTRICT to NO. 1. T. B Robinson, Anglo-Chines- e -- -- - No. 4. Lex Laue-shte- r to double Toll Uute iuRton pl'se from Lancaster to Fort Church. "" No..". Sngar Creek pike, whole pike Xo., Buckeye pike from Lancaster to Sngar. No. 7, Crab Orchard pice Creek bridge from Stanford pike to Bannie Perkins Spring, DISTRICT NO, 2, Logan Ison, ComralsIonel Section No. 1 Lexington pike fiom.;Fork No church to Dis River aud Bryantsvllle 2, Lexington pike llrora Bryautsville O Ke Nj. 3, Byrun.amo tucky River bridge No. 4, aud Sugar Creek pike, entire pike Xo.l Stanford piie from Lancaster Conuty Lino o.J. Damillc ptfce. Iront To-da- y o Rivcil pike Xo. 5. Buena Vista and Buena Vista to R. Hackle 's gate. OISTRiCT NO. 3. Will Noel. Commissioner. Section No. 1, Buckeye pike from Sngar Creek No. 2. Buckeye bridge to Bnckeje 1. O pike from Buckeye 1. O. to Statu store No 3, 1'oor Ridge pike from Buckeye pike to No. 4 Poor Pleasant 11 ill sichool House Ridge pike from School House to foot of big No. 5. Hyattsvtlle pike from Richbill mond pike to Back Creek DISTRICT No.4, J. H. McQnerry.commissioner Section No. 1. Richmond pike from LancasNo. 2, Richmond ter to W. A. Hyatt's gate pike from W. A. Hyatt's gate to Back Creek.... No. 5, Kail Lick pike from Crab Orchard plko No C, Fall Lick pike from to Elmore's gate No. 7. Crab Elmore's gate to end of pike pike from Bannie Perkins spring to Orchard llryantsviile and Cane Run pike, entire.plke. MONTHLY County Lines. s, Rids'will also be received for furnishing and spreading gravel in the following sections: t, DISTRICT NO. 1. Sectlou No. 2; Danville pike from double No 3, Danville Toll Gate to Wooden bridge pike from double Toll Gate to Iron bridge. DISTRICT NO. 3 Section No. 2 Buckeye pike fromStatta store No.4 Poor Ridge pike to Kentucky river from foot of big hill to Kentucky river No. 5 Hyattsvllle pike' from Back Creek to WmwmwmMMmm county line. DISTRICT NO.4 Please R. E. McROBERTS, DRUGGIST, FINE A c Section No. 3. Richmand pike from Back No.4, Copper Creek Creek to county line pike, entire pike. J Dr. Otto's I Sprii ? Ibcftssuy That 1 TREES, PLANTS, VINES. Fruit and ornamental Trees, PURE DRUGS, TOILET ARTI C I ES, I ) Spruce Gum Balsam. Formula on each package, Hill nave tne money. Shrubs, small fruits and every thing for Orchard, Lawn and GarThis notice is for Every den. We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices. body who owes me. Strawberry and Tree Catalogues on application to H, Saliis TillsU phone 279 F. HILLENMEYER, LVexington, Ky. V i School Books. Paints and Oils. CURES YOUR COUGH 1N A DAYj Price, 25 l ( For advice, in cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs. R0ZENA LEWIS. I Oenatlttc, Texas, ayi: " I was troutilad at monthly intervals with tirrlble pains In mj hsad and back, but hava btaa MUrtly rsilsvea by W1m Si LANCASTER, 1 KENTUCKY.M Y & 50c I CarM." R. E. McRoberts The bids shall be on sections but bidders are not restricted to one section. Said bids shall be sealed and shall be accompanied by a bond for double the amount of the bid and said bond shall be approved by the Court before a contract shall be entered into. The bidding will be per red of 225 Cubic feet. All bids to be March filed on or before Saturday, 11th, 1899, at 10 o'clock a. m. and the court will on that day determine the quantity of metal or gravel to be furnished" in each district and on each section thereof. The court reserves the right reject any and all bids R. A. BUKNSIDK, Judge Garrard County Court February 21st, 1899.' OUT TO QUIT BUSIMEBB. I will close out AT NET WHOLESALECOST my entire stock, consisting ' of nice assortment to select from. This sale begins today. Cure For Lu Grippe Foley's Honey and Tar heals the lungs and cures the racking Cough usual to la grippe and prevent pneumonia. It is guaranteed. 2fc and f0c. Stormes Drug Store. OBiUTARY. 'i I have decided to' accept a position as traveling salesman with a shoe house, and in order to do that I must THEY MUST GO close out this stock. How .this is NO FAKE no matter how great the sacrifice. At the expiration of that time I will send what is left to an This sale will last ONLY SIXTY DAYS. auctionhouse in the city and have them sold at what ever they will bring. Gome early while ycu have a - (rents Jburnishm g Goods, Etc. This stock is all NEW, no old styles Lancaster, Ky. Ninety per cent, of all sickness is cansed by food not being- properly digested, it creates poisons and poes into your blood and then you are ARE THE ?aOBT FATAL OF ALL BIS- - Coughed 25 years. for 23 years with a cough, and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for m'edicide to no avail until i used Dr. Bell's ey. It has saved my life, J. C. Eosell. Grantsburg, 111. McEoberts Drug Store. lm. I suffered DIGEST YOUR FOOD. 3 Tl 53 liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to. Use Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder and watch thte results. You will feel the pood effects after taking one dose. Give it a trial and be convinced. Price 25c. fS 1 nc Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough. Just the Medicine for Children. For sale by AFTER USINE of tho AlanUood! Nervous Prostration. Failing or ?2ln.sot "i?." Nlt.,7 7hick Worry. l?!aCy' or Oijiurn.Emissions, Youtiiful Errors. MentalInsanity. lead to Consumption and With ever? . order vro 117 roanjntee tocu- - or refund the raonry. Sold a t si.00 C boxes for 55.CO. SK. CClZZZZltWl. CO.. ClevVlniwl nEia. great remcuy for nervou3 prostration and all disrascs s?3 FUk F U ha VITALITY 3 HiS .en eSom FLE5S KiDNEY fiii Is a guaranteed remedy for BLADDER i B and 1 py Diseases. a!! KISKEY BUCKEYE. Tamos Ward, srtldlo SWEENEY. Jim Roberts, of Rockcastle, sold to lion Cotteti of 31 ad Sim one pair of oxen at 4icts per G. A. Swinebroad 14 fcOO lf steers at 64.60 per hundred and one cow to O. lb. H. Perkins at &2. John Thompson TT. 15. Ihirtosi bought of Ihirton and steers averaging same at same IIa;n 2:$ caltle at KJ3.00 per head, also sold 31 r. Roberts bought of O. of different parties Jot of hogs at 3 icts price, also K Perkins one heifer at $20 and O. B. per lb. Perkins bought of Thompson & Ihigy Hay fold 2 liorsos for ?:100.CO. of Pulaski, 1.", shouts at ::. Thos. 3irs. AV. J. Jones, has been on the Xaylor sold to 3Irs. Mary E. Rigsby sick list almost two weeks Mrs. one horse for $.'0. Ilarret Kay' visited friends at Hubble, Mrs. Grove Ilintt and Bro., of Wal31 r. and Mrs. Ebb one day la.-- week nut Flat, spent Monday and Tuesday Dickerson spent last week with relat- with relatives at Sweeney Mr. and ives i:i Marfebury and lieunn Vista 31 rs. Joe Pet t us have returned to their Judge W. 31. Tot ten, of your city, is home in Lebanon, after a visit to their with his daughter Mr?. Mike liny. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas 3IcCarley. The oldest daughter of Saimial Mur-ph- of this place and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. aged hi died .Saturday of consum. 31 r. E. IX IVttus, of Prea'iiersville tion. InteiTcmentat Chapel cuinbtary Kennedy, os Crab Orchard, was in our 1iit one child dies whure ten former- vicinity Monday Mrs. 31ary Sutton ly died from croup. People have learn- and Miss Sallie Bourne, of Bettis, ed the value of One 3Iinute Cough spent 3Ionday with 3irs. Taylorllouse. One and use it for severe lung and lurch's I rn Xervp. Mir jat troubles. It immediately stops Was the result of Inssplendid health. couching. It never fails. .Stonnas Indomitable will and tremendous enerBrag Store. gy are not foui d wh"ie Stomach, Liver, Edd Ray. of Louisville, and brother Kidneys and Bowels are out of order. John, of Richmond, were with their If you want these qualities and the parents here last week, and Raymond, success they bring, use Dr. King's New another brother returned to Illinois Life Pills. They develop every power Saturday, after making a two months of brain and body. Only 2.1c at R. E. visit to his old home. 3IcRoberts Druggist. lm .'5 Van-hoot -- The death of Mr. Eugene Wood, on Feb. 1, an account of which has been published, cast a shadow over many hearts outside 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 twenty-eigh- t years of age. Being the son of the venerable Thos. Wood, and having an estimable mother, he inherited many noble traits of character, by which men were invol untanly drawn close to him. lie was genial, affable and inteligent. His high "sense 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 his death I lost a true and devoted friend, and I indulge the fond hope that the separation is only temporary. M. F. Eout. . Hcv. PowelPM Farewell Sermon. (Ocalu Stftr.) BIG FIRE IN LOUISVILLE. A Very Heavy Loss li. E. McEoberts, A Strange Romance. MoRoberts' Drug Store. Threatened In the Ilusincss District The Illinois Central Itoundhousc Burned. Louisvillk, Ky., Feb. 27. Minnie Brown, a pretty young woman from Pennsylvania, who visited Union City, Ky., recently, while there became infatuated with a young man. An engagement followed a short courtship and she returned to her home in the Keystone state to prepare for the wedding. She carried with her a photograph of her intended husband, which she showed her parents, who recognized in it a likeness of a long-loson. The young man left home when a mere elfild and his parents afterward moved into Pennsylvania and he entirely lost sigh If of them. Prayers for Kipling. Louisvillk, Ky., Feb. 2S. At tha regular services Sunday night of the Uroadway Baptist church, one of the largest churches in Louisville, the pastor, Rev. Carter Helm Jones, asked al the congregation to join him in a prayer for the recovery of Rudyard Kipling. Immediately following the prayer Kipling's "Recessional" was sung as a duet. st Ky., March 1. The dry goods store of E. li. Nugent, 501 and 500 Fourth avenue, caught fire shortly Louisville, after 1 o'clock Wednesday morning, and is now burning at a rapid rate. The building and stock are valued at 8150,000. The origin of the fire is unknown. The McDowell store and office building on the north, and that occupied by the Louisville Trading association on the south, are threatened. At 2:23 a. m. the firemen stated that the fire would be confined to the Nugent building, with a loss of about SCO, 000. The roundhouse of the Illinois railroad was totally destroyed by fire at an eariy 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 Cen-ta- Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at S75.000. $k W$few WMImy vKuWi'Wy OSSSSM P&fe? plney forests of Norway Ring in the true" Ring cut the false We brms to you tlie new and true from ths DR. BELL'S Pir Tut9 Hoiisv Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs areexhila The sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so, that there is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Settles Only. AM 88 YEARS OLD, and never used any remedy eqiiai to lit. iSfil's It -- ivrs quirk an.l itcrmurjcnt relief In crip as w ei! oa coughs 2nd cvl As. 1 1 maV--f 3 VHffe 1 UCC3 ezzoui.His. 2X. A. llLtuCfo, Pedacaii. Ky.. I 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET Br- - BeEfts his farewell sermon to a good and appreciative audience last night. He prefaced his sermon by remarking that for sixteen months ho had done the bOht he knew how in administering spiritually to his people and trusted it had done good. His scripture reading was descriptive of Heaven, and this word Heaven was his theme. His language was impressively glowing, eloquent, and melting in its pathos and tenderness. He divided his discourse into three heads: "Heaven:" "Where is it?" and "Who go there?" He said if there was a better book than the Bible, and it could be presented to him, and he could believe it was superior to the "book of books," he would accept it, but so far in the world's history no such a book had been presented. By the Bible he proved beyond cavil there was an imperial city of gold for God's elect, first by Christ himself, then by Paul and John. He characterized the Apostle Paul as the greatest and grandest man that ever trod the earth. He believed Heaven was near us, not beyond the firmament, for astronomy taught the "beyond" ended 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 interest he has always taken in the material things that affect the betterment of our community and our lives, has won our respect, esteem and love, and in his new field of labor, which will be Lancaster, Ky., our best wishes accompany him and his for. health and strength that he may continue to eloquently proclaim the saving grace of God's love and Christ's atonement. PAY FOR A KISS. Decision of the Kentucky Court of Appeals Mrs. Nannie Ezcll Awarded S700 Dam. ages Against AVm. K. Kagsdale. Keivurd for McNainaru Raised. Frankfokt, Kj. March 1. HorticulLexinctox, Ky., Feb. 20. Gov. BradRev. Chas. E. Powell, after serving turist Dean, of Floyd county,.Ind.. who ley has raised the Christain church most acceptably has just visited his fruit farm of 50,000 McNamara to the reward for John II. limit S500 and citizens for the past sixteen months, preached trees in Oldham and Trimble counties, have raised 51,000 besides to gives his Fruit Killed lly Cold Weather. It ftdly Warranted and Excels all others. All Kinds Farm Machinery Always onHand says he finds the peaches and cherries killed by the February freeze and other fruits seriously injured. Commissioner of Agriculture Moore holds to the same opinion, basing it on meager reports he has received from his correspondents. Waller, a pretty brunette, who says she is an actress from Chicago, was found wandering in the large yards in the most fashionable part of the cit3'. She was entirely nude and had both hands full of matches. She was taken to the station house wrapped in a policeman's overcoat. It is said that she is insane. I captor. Telegrams just received from Capt, Wjlkersou, of local police force, who went to Kankakee, makes assurance doubly sure that the man under arrest is not McNamara. J". IB. IEC L IT, BUOKBOARDS Memorial Services. An Insane Woman's Act. Winchester, Ky., Feb. 20. Tn the Louisvii-i.k- , Ky., Feb. 25. Miss Ivy chapel of Kentucky Wesleyan college, PAINT LICK. BUGGIES A BOOM TO MANKim US0 I 11 2 01 -- t iii mi at n 'J ?3 to - H W7 TXl HK?ifa A New Discovery for the Certain Core of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES Ji&ES F. STORMES IRXJO STORE. WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FA5LED-TUBEBY MAIL, 75 CENTS; BOTTLES, 50 CENTS. WIAftO, Sfiifi PnjMtf, - - 30 KGrtii MaiA Street, ST. LOWS, S, HO. " The Kentucky court of appeals set a precedent against "Hobsonizing" in this state by rendering a decision Friday affirming the judgment of the Trigg county district court compelling William E. Ragsdale to pay Mrs. Nannie EzclL a young married woman," 6700 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 $700 damages to which the appellate court in its judgement Friday has added a 10 per cent, penalty, making the exact costof ' the kiss to Ragsdale $770, besides court costs and- lawyers' fees in two former trials of the case. - Frankfokt, Ky., Feb. 25. J Winchester, Friday, an impressive memorial service was held in memory of the late Rev. Thomas J. Dodd, A.M., HAND-MAD- E D.D., of Covington, Ky., and president of Kentucky Wesleyan college from 1875 to 1S78. Local Option Petition. Mundforuville, Ky., Feb. 27. A petition has been lodged with the county judge asking him to order an Wants to lie Speaker. Fkankfobt, Ky., Feb. 23. Hon. election to take place in voting No. 142, on April 12, to take tho South Trimble, the democratic nominee for the legislature in this county, sense of the legal voters of that prehas decided to make the race for speak- cinct as to whether or not spirituous er of the house against Hon. Morgan liquor shall be sold therein. Chinn, of Mercer, and will make an Thieves Used a Wagon, active canvass for the place as soon as Richmond, Ky., March 1. The gen candidates for the legislature are nom- eral merchandise store of J. Wagers, at inated in other counties. Wagersville, was broken into by thieves and clothing, hardware and An Interesting Case. Louisville, Ky., Miirch 1, T, J. other things, valued at S500, stolen. Wathcn, secretary of the local branch The goods were hauled off in a wagon. Entrance was effected by filing a half-inc-h sociof the National iron bar that fastened a shutter. ety, announced Monday that he would bring suit against the Louisville Two Deaths at Frankfort. school board for the recent order comFrankfort, K3-- March 1. Spinal pelling all school children to submit to meningitis, or spotted fever, has mado vaccination. He charges that vaccina- its appearance in Frankfort and two tion is a fraud, and that there is no deaths have resulted. A colored child law making it compulsory. Office, National Bank died Monday and the daughter of Mrs. Frazier, white, died Nearlyllalf a Ce ntury In an Asylum. Tuesday. Hopkixsville, Ky., March Hackett, who was entered as a patient Death of Grand Chancellor Agncw. They overcome Weakat the Western Lunatic asylum here Henderson, Ky., Feb. 23. Dr. R. L. ness, irregularity and 43 years ago, died at this institution, Agnew, a prominent physician and omissions, increase vig- aged 8C years. He was from Larue grand chancellor of the Knights of j. of menstruation" Thfv? nrn T,T1TI?. J . tiifc jm gUlb ill, county, and all his family having died Pythias of Kentucky, died early Sunwomanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No since he became insane, there was no day morning at Sebree, of meningitis. iwiuwu lor ''M jK;? becomes a pleasure. woiren equajs taem. cannot do harm life one to claim the body. The forgotten No deaths or new cases were reported $2.CO PER LOX BY M.IL. Sold f5&S "feSSfiSsi by druggists. DR. MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO., Cleveland, Ohio. maniac was buried here. in the county Sundaj-- . New Postmasters In Kentucky, New Kentucky Money Order Office. Washington, March L The follow . Washington, March 1. The following Kentucky post offices will become ing fourtliTclass postmasters were com domestic money-ordoffices April 1: missioned in Kentucky Monday; MerFinchvillc, JShelby county; Hiseville, cer Station, Muhlenberg county, Wm. Barren county; Howel, Christian coun- Lyldesley; Riverside, Warren county, N ea IS- J OH 3 ty; Knuckles, Bell county; Prospect, P. E Palmer. Jefferson county; Ready, Grayson Kentucky Storekeepers and Gangers. Route, with its rail and steamer Connections, county; Stephensburg. Hardin county; Washington, March 1. The followWhite Plains, Hopkins county. forms ie short line to Florida ing storekeepers and gaugers were appointed Monday. Sixth district of Pension Fraud Alleged. and West India points. Fast "v.? f.tzrtlZ n v ?''.' Henderson, Ky., March 1. Ed Mc Kentucky Thomas E. Livezey, M. W. Double Daily Pullman Service through to Hogen, John M. Newman, Wm. IL Bride, former postmaster of Geneva, Jacksonville. this county, was lodged in jail Tuesday Porter, C. R. Smith and Jos. Retcher. charged with complicity in obtaining The famous CINCINNATI, FLORIDA AND HAVANA Kentucky Postmasters. a pension fraudulently. He was inLIMITED solid vestibuled Washington, Feb. 25. Following service to Florida via the dicted by the United States grand jury postmasters for Kentucky appointed Queen &. Crescent, Southern Railway, and at Owensboro in January. He will be Thursday: Harvieland, 'Franklin F.C.& P. Railway makes Is taken to Owensboro. direct steamship con county, L. V. Chism; Montrose, Fayette county, B. F, Bronaugh; Vaugn, Laurel nection on arrival at Miamf feast Const) or at Tampa (West Coast) for CONSUMPTION CURED, county, Joseph W. Gregory; Wadesboro, Dr. Otto'a Spruce Gum Balsam Will cure any Key West, Havana, Nassau, Sss&?go, Sao Jnan, case of consumption if taken in time. Con. Calloway county, J. D. Wilson. sumption starts with a slight cough or cold. This is where consumption gets, its start and if To Hold Monthly Sessions. and all Vest India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to job will use Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam, - New. Orleans. yon will cure the cough, heal the lunge and Greenup, Ky., Feb. 25. The Greenup Free books and information by addressing, throat and avoid the most dreaded of all diC. W. ZELt. PIV. PASS'GR ASSENT, TH AND RACE STS.. CINCINNATI. seases, consumption. Delay in attending to a quarterly court was in session three O. I MITCHELL. OIV. PASS'CR AUCNT. CHATTANOOGA. TCNN., OR O.. alight congh may cost yon your life. Large 1m days this term. 'Judge .Bennett issued . v. ninioiiiun, uib PMS'SII. ENT CINCINNATI O. bottles. Price 3Sc and 0c. For sale toy l an order to hold monthly sessions after R. E. McRoberts,- latareml la ibt SMtfct Sm 10 eu. la W. C Bucuwo. for Jtw ruiumud lioaihlj, - Lnd u4 UiUf," m M days. jut. Rubber Tires prt-cin- ct Repairing of All Kinds. Be on the Safe Side and ., Insure your Tobacco. R. K1NNIARD seven-year-o- MOTT'S rem I nu i m, mib ravcprji McEoberts' Drug Store. nil &$&Qf& S kiS