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NINTH YEAR Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster JTy at Second Class Matter I r t 1- r NU IBtT PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM Cor Public Square and Danville Avenue O OOOOdOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FARMERS g Examine my stock and prices x of AMERICAN No 20 8 Chilled plow Hillside plows g and Disc Harrows g Hames Collars trace chains S collar pads bridles check lines g and breeching 1 1 R HASELDEN IQ Call and get a yard stick o Col W G Welch Stanford W I Williams All business attended to promptly 0OOOOOOOOOOOOO t Lancaster WElCH WILLIAMS Attorneys at Lancaster Ky 1 Law BIAZLEYlAffKmi FUNERAL DIRECTORS 4RTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets c Lancaster Ky LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 9 1899 LOCAL HAPPENINGSmm ran ww uutww uWWlu WJUlu111Ut1uJ1UUUlUlU1UUU11 Smoke the ProctorKnott cigar Bargains in Clocks at Thompson Fresh oysters daily at G S Gaines A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy the smoker Carpets in the rollJ Beazley Co Moving war pictures Court tomorrow Friday night Maple trees for Spring planting J C Thompson Clover Timothy Blue grass seed cheap at T Currey We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley Co Car Iron and cott Wajtted H B North A Ccottage Upright Baldwin piano Good as new S B HENRY tf Clover Timothy Blue Grass Orch ard Grass and Seed Oats at G S GAINES Honey Clover and Timothy nay sold and delivered anywhere in town by G S Gaines Wants Eggs and Chickens Good price paid Bring them in drop Hi Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Nutritious and Digestable Nothing like it H C Potts Buck eye Ky All old accounts not settled before March 15th will be put in the hands of an attorney for collectionJ The hail storm last week did not do much damage though it came down in large chunks The usual lie about stones as large as hen eggs is floating Circuit Court Big court begins next Monday About the usual amount of business is to be transacted with few cases of Saw Mill Moved O G Speake has moved his saw mill from Traylors to Joel Walkers on old Danville pike While at Traylors he sawed 15000 feet of For Sale before Rrices B importance t ones Nortlicott e Important meeting of G A B Sat urday at 2 p m Be there comrades Jas Dillon v All She Needs With another railroad Lancaster would have the brightest future ofany town in the state Isnt this so For Bent 25 acres of sod land already plowed for Hemp Terms on application to C W Anderson For The large Lodge Room over Post office call on W T West or W McC Johnston for particularsW O Bradley All those indebted to the Graded School for taxes or tuition will settle same at once The School 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 98 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 G positions Cabinets 125 for i doz Crouch Mattern over Blue Grass Grocery See The Spanish Stronghold Blown Up by the Puritans Last Shot Court House tomorrow Friday night Admission 25 35 50cents Reserved seats Stormes Drug Store City Council The City Council met Monday and appointed Messrs Higgin botham and Stormes a committee to figure out the apportionment for the years levy They will report at next meeting 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 Mr E W Harris will wait on you in my absence M D HUGHES Agent Kent Notice cannot evening S ease SPRING STYLES IN MENS HATS The Hats for Spring Wear are here The styles are as interesting as the prices we name Our Hats come from the best ENGLISH and AMERI CAN MAKERS No store in this town ever did or ever will show as big a line as we have and no store in this section HAS THE GRIT TO MATCH THESE PRICES r t MEWS SOFT and STIFF HATS II 150 2 250 and 300 Full line of JOHN B STETSON HATS direct from factory at 4 S45D GENTS Now is your chance to buT a pair of shoes atless than Manufacturers cost Wehave just put on sale 75 pairs of SAMPLE SHOES Choice of the lot 250 Those who have worn our Sample Shoes know what they are Come early and get first choice New line Spring Neckwear Goods coming in every day LOGAN AND li New ROBII SON y st t The Stanford Journal man is smacking his lips over jowl and greens Pshaw man we received a big full of three different kinds of pie othet day which we wouldnt have traded for a barrel o greens Exchange Potts Bros have established an ex 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 Slipped A Cog The Back on the farm company struck a snag of some kind at and did not get here Friday night- as announced in THE RECORD It may be well for the show people as the weather was too disagreeable to venture for Me I will be back in a day orso and show you the prettiest lines of merchant tailoring samples ever exhibited in Lancaster It will be money in your pocket to examine these lines Price Fit and Quality guaranteed M D Hughes Agt Scare About Over The Smallpox scare at Stanford is about over The Journal says Dr Bailey says that Sowder the only patient here after having a bad day or two is getting along well now and that his trip to the Walnut Flat section yesterday disclosed no new cases the ones heretofore reported getting along finely To the Point reporter to the Chicago Post brought in this item A man killed a dog belonging to another man The son of the man whose dog was killed proceeded to whip the man who killed the dog of the man he was the son of The man who was the son of the man whose dog was killed was arrested on complaint of the man ed bv the son of the man who was as saulted and killed Help theYMCA The young meirhave made for the appearance of Frautzs Moving War Pictures in the nightFriday Cor rect representations of various battles are given and the ships and men move jugt as in the fight This is the most wonderful entertainment on the road and you should see it The Y M C A get a per cent of the proceeds which will help them greatly in their work Slightly Delayed The miserable weather has delayed work on the hotel and opera house but when the sun does shine the men get a move on them and make up for lost time The cellars are more than half done and the men are now dig grog on the excavation to be used for dressing rooms under the stage In the mean time work on the lumber is being pushed rapidly in the Lancaster Planing Mills and it will be ready in ample time Told the Truth A local paper published a long obituary of a man who had died in the community closing with the that a long procession of followed the remains to their place The family read the and discovered the supposed error and asked the editor to make a correction in the word roasting but he said he could not do it until the seven years back subscription de creasen owed had been samine Journal Patent Granted Mr J Raymond Haselden one of our hardware merchants has been granted a patent on a filter he recently invented The filter is made so as to give perfect ventilation to the which usually rots from remain ing wet The dirt is caught in the bottom and can be let out after each rain by removing a cap Every should be properly protected by a good filter and by calling and this one you will readily see he has what you need Thoroughly Equipped J A Beazley has purchased a pair of gray horses to work to his hearse which makes his outfit one of the most complete in Central 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 one of the handsomest ever seen in country town Colored Recruit The War Department has wired Lt W T Johnston recruiting officer at Lexington Ky to enlist colored ap plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser vice sending theformer to Fort Grant Arizona and the latter to Fort Doug lass Salt Lake City This cellent opportunity for young colored men to get into the regular Army Recruit for white Infantry and ry regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W TJOHNSTON MOtf Main St Lexington Ky i Somerset who was assault arrangements Court- House tomorroy statement people roasting notice paidJes charcoal cistern examining beautiful Kentucky pronounced is Cava fi1EiIf i io1 t alwa wai t out- Wait Anew an e e W NEWRAILROAD r The Proposed New Llae Seems to g Within Reach ofGarrard County As stated hi our last issue the pros pects for Garrard county securing an other line of rail road are very bright Since last report the Southern purchased the Air Line which from Louisville to St Louis and West This gives them several miles of road on the other side the Ohio river Now with Southern lines running from Middles boro on to the sea board it is reasonable to infer that a road between these two points desirable The Southern already the Louisville Southern which from Louisville to Burgin The dis Burgin to Middlesboro ninetyseven miles and the route would take the road through counties offering the richest coal and timber lands in the state Thousands acres of the finest virgin forests would be opened up in addition to the South ern completing a trunk line from the south to St Louis The building of this road would be the best thing that could possibley be done for Gar rard This being the the closest town to the coal and raw timber we could by putting in a system of waterworks be prepared to offer most inducements to manufactures As to the advantage to be derived from having lines for freight its no use to waste time speak ins If the line is built it will more than likely go by the survey made several years ago for the Louisville Southern and pass through Bryantsville Camp Nelson Lancaster and on out to the Rockcastle line We do not see why there should be any trouble whatever in securing the right of way as every man can readily see the tenthousand ways in which the county and town will be benefitted It seems to us that the thing to do is every fellow to put his shoulder to the wheel and lets give a united pull to get the road If one will stop ad think a moment he will come to the natural conclusion that unless we do take advantage of this golden opportunity we had as well fold our hands and become reconciled to be behind the times henceforth and forever It will not increase taxation whatever dont let anyone crowd that idea into your head The law now prohibits the voting of a tax to help railroads All we will have to do is to secure the right of way and this we firmly believe can be done as the road runs over the lands of men who are for progress and besides can see thegreat to be derived frog the road Ifo mans land can possibly be damaged as much as benifited by the road pass ing through it and every landowner can more than afford to donate the right ofway It should be remembered that under our new constitution not one dollar can be appropriated toward railroads and no one need fear that there will ever be a vote to issue bonds for any such purpose We are Inform ed that the road will be a CERTAINTY if owners of land through which it passes will give the right of way But the railroad company cannot pay thousands of dollars for rgihts of way and then spend the estimated two million for construction of the road A later report says Samuel Spencer has made a proposition to lease the Cincinnati Southern railroad from the city of Cincinnati to be run in with the Southern railway He offers to give 1000000 year and 4 percent on gross earning above 4500000 which goes to prove that the Southern is anxious for an outlet to the south Now is the time to strike and go after the road to get it It is gratifying to see the interest people in other counties are taking in the matter Mercer guarantees the right of way as has also three other counties on the other side of us The main thing to be done is getting the right of way here in Garrard and while there is a possibility of some slight opposition yet we hardly think it probable We cannot see how any man with a thimbleful of business sense can oppose granting a right of way to a road which will increase the value of his land threefold Commercial Club is going at the matter in earnest and unless some un foreseen obstacle is encountered the road will be secured s hundred Lance from thE of advantages connection rent Tbe Lancaster f Q 7 ha run th o thei quit connectin i own run i flattering competing e 5 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT 100 per year in Adnatce WELL PLEASED On the first of March we completed ou first years business We have taken account of stock figured up and can truthfully say we are WELL PLEASED with the result The volume of our business was larger than we expected the first year Now we want to thank the people of this and adjoining counties for their VERY KIND and LIBERAL patronage and ex tend to one and invitation to call and see us when in need of anything in our line It is our purpose to keep a good first class Merchandise anti sell for CASH at a very small profit Most any one can sell cheap goods cheap but it is not every one that can sell GOOD GOODS CHEAP The volume of our business is such that enables us to buy in large quantities di rect from manufactures and get the very P03IBLE PRICE So this enables us to sell GOOD GOODS CHEAP We will continue our line of premiums this year and give to every purchaser a cupon ticket that will entitle them when they have secured the required amount to one of our handsome premiums FREE Cow allan stockof LOWEST m J r P 1 lI It y 1i I j i I See the Flagship New York and Monitor Puritan Pouring Tons of Steel Shells into theSpanish Batteries Court House tomorrow Friday night Admission 25 35 50 Second Kentucky Boys Lt W T Johnston recruiting offi cer in talking of the increase of the army said The Wai Department is already taking steps to increase the army to the new limit and and I received a telegram Friday or Saturday asking what was the best plan to hurry recruits into the army to fill out the regiment and I judge that every recruiting officer in the country ed a similar telegram All the officers are keeping their clerks busy enrolling recruits and it seems that no difficulty will be in filling out the army And by the way Kentucky will be well represented if there is any more fighting at Manila I enlisted about 200 men from theSecond Kentucky the Twentysecond infantry and I see that regiment has reached the Phil ippines m Mr Pllcfaer Here Mr Thos Pilcher of Nicholasville wos in town Saturday and being an old newspaper man came up to watch the boys stick type and talk shop with us He established the Nicholasville Democrat many years ago and did effective work through its columns for the advancement of his partys interests Having been in a newspaper office since early boyhood he has naturally acquired much of men and matters He is a canidate for Rail Road Commissioner for this district and while in our city met with much encouragement Mr Pilcher is the first candidate Jessa mine has offered for a state office That county being a next door has always stood up for anyone Garrard ever offered and in several conventions put in timely licks for Garrard entries Mr Pilcher is not tied to the apron string of any politi cal faction and told us he stood upon the Chicago platform While it is not the purpose of THE RECORD to dabble in politics yet we must say that a better man than Tom Pilcher can not be found for a public trust If he is given the standard he will surely keep it aloft and free from stain K C Branch BonthbndKtxed puses Lancuttr U35Av Northbad Mixed sasr Nonhbnd PaMgr l52ik t receiv recruiting tome experienced faithfuand knowledge neighbor flatfooted u U U t f r North bad vax w a QUEEN Kates National Convention Union Reform Party of Ohio Cincinnati 0 March 1 2 1899 Annual Convention National Ameri can Womans Suffrage Association Grand Rapids Mich April 27 to May National Society Sons of Ameri can Revolution Detroit Mich May 1 1899 American Library Association Con vention Atlanta Ga May 820 1899 Annual Encampment G A R of Tennessee Rockwood Tenn slay 10 11 1899 From points in Tennessee ToBuIId Opera House Our Danville friends are figuring on building a handsome opera house This would benefit Lancaster also as more and better troupes would where a good route could be secured The Advocate says The promoters of the scheme are at present looking around for a suitable location and if an option on a lot can be gotten at a reasonable price the other details will be taken up The idea is to erect a two or three story building to contain a modern opera house a lodge room two store rooms and a library room The gentlemen back of the enterprise believe that a oomfortable well equip ped opera house with a stage suitable to thedemands ofthelarger companies would be well patronized The build ing if it is erected will be put up by a company organized upon the plan of the one which is building the hotel and opera house at Lancaster He Opposed Them At a great expense we secured tins picture of one of the fellows who said Lancaster would not have telephones electric lights better train service Sunday mails new hotel an opera house etc etc He was in the act of talking against the proposed railroad but the crowd didnt care to hear him and this is what they did CRESCE- NTs 5 lass tile comer Have you a cough A dose of Cous sens Honey of Tar will relieve it Price 25 cents and 50 cents 1m C C J E ts f Storm r- i a 5 4I I Paines Celery Gives Strength j i compo nd Best spring medicine It makes the weak strong We sell and recommend it 1II11i 81 SIS MONTHS THBEK OJR IN 0- 25 YrAs ADVaNCE 110 u u See our NEW DESIGNS Bst Quality Low Prices Beamiful line OF IWaU Paper I E RTSI fen iii CFL CENTRAL RECORD EVERY WEEK BY ions LAXDRAtf FaliHsacr LANCASTER KENTUCKY THUlirDAY Itlarcli 9 1899 TIIK bestbalanced and bminest man connected with the war with Spain is Admiral George Dewey Isotwithstand Iris many glorious achievements and the praise showered upon him by the people his head is not swolen in the least and he is as modest in manner a3 the most insignificant officer under him Sonic overenthusiastic parties have been urging the Admiral to bcome a candidate for president but he again slow his horse sense by declining In a recent interview lie said I would not accept a nomination for the Presi dency of the United States I have desire for any political edict I am unfitted for it either in education or training 1 deeply grateful for many expressions of kindly sentiment from the American people hut desire to retire in peace to the enjoyment of my old age The navy is one politics is another A CEUTAIX millionaire has offered to give an educational institution 500 000 If it will perpetuate his name Jt is astonishing how vain people are This man might treble the amount of his donation old have his name print ed in boxcar letters on the front of college but ten years hence nobody would know or care whether such a man ever existed Had he sold his goods and given to the poor probably Ii3 would have induced St Peter to perpetuate his name but the preachers tell us that good deeds pro claimed from housetops dont cut much ic3 either on this greedy old sphere or in the world to come ITox WALTER EVANS has been ap pointed to till the vacancy caused by resignation of U S Judge Barr Mr Evans is a capable man and when the political creases are pressed out will make a good judge The office is for life carries big pay with it and as the occupant will not have to grind axes he will of course dish out regardless of dictation by political bosses TIlE administration by promoting Schley over Sampson has struck the keynote of public favor By his unpretentious manner and strict discharge of duty Schley has won the hearts of the American people and all irrespective of party lines applaud this recognition of true merit TIlE MAUION FALCON says If there were no Stones lying around by which we might be smitten we would the remark that the other Democratic nomination will find they have a Hardun to Goe Thats Watt SPEAKER REED by snubbing Gen Wheeler of Alabama showed more of the seat of his trousers than the allows exposed to view A Frightful Itlumler often cause a horrible Burn Scald Cut or Bruise Buclclans Salve the best in the world will kill the pan and promptly heal it Cures Old Sores Paver Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns all Skin Erup tions Best Pile Cure on earth Only 25cts a box Cure guaranteed by H E McRoberls Druggist 1m profession I modest venture forthe bel up lit Ian justice candidates Will Arni- ca The results over of an indulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by few doses of HERBINE Price 50 cents C C J E Stonnes 1m THE SUNNY SOUTH KILLAHKET FLA 3l99 Editor Central Record The delayed issue of 16th ult arrived a few days late I am satisfied that the only trouble was that some of Sams boys in the man service were upset and over Aguinaldo and the now that that matter is settled down to an open and sureenough war things will go better for awhile Some trou ble may be experienced as to just how we are to harmonize free Cuba and Filipinos but that little will be easily settled if It bo true that we have outlived the of the United States and the Declaration of Independence is to be regarded as mere myth a principles ignored and tram pled under foot if the stars and stripes are to be no regarded as the emblem of Liberty but the inslg nia of tyranny and the badge of the despot there is no trouble to settle such small controversies But let us remember The American people cant be enslaved and they dont want to see any other enslavedAll by the way I am glad say that some persons who know more about orange trees than I do think the trees are not seriously hurt and will come out all it be so Since the freeze we have had severe Hoods of rain to such an extent that all vegetables planted were ruined and much of the best soil washed away which has never hap polled in this country before It is now too late to plant vegetables for market corn peas and sweet potatoes is all that is left to work on for with any degree of certainty Our little Kentucky crew are all right boating fishing hunting and buggy riding are the employments Tom Adams in company with two experienced hunters left last Monday for a hunting ground some miles or more South of here for week outing with a full camping tent cooking utensils dogs guns c confident of finding deer squir rels quail c Mrs Adams and Miss Anderson have gone today for a ride around over the country to see the novelties and curiosities of the flat woods round about Ocoec Oakland and Winter Garden carried their lunch and a basket of wa results are expected from their trip Ike Dunn is here out of the amusements nursing a stubborn though painless boil on his neck with the assistance of Mrs Burdett flax sed poultices and hot water Mrs Burdett and I are seriously studying the proposition as how to get out of Florida in the shortest time and most advantageous and economical and leave as little behind as possible This is the third big freeze and several small ones besides many killing frosts and two floods besides several small drownouts that 1 have seen in Flori ttis is the darkest day I have ever seen in the State The oldest most experienced are puzzled as to what to do or say With all it is a mostrcharming winter climate enjoyable andhealthfulYour B 11 BUKDETT If your child is cross or peevish it is no doupt troubled with worms WHITES CREAM VERMIFUGE will remove the worms and its tonic effect restore its natural cheerfulness- Id Price 25 cents 1m C C J E Stormes I taking- a II bewildered P constitution trasha webIts poop rightmay ham mack subsistence twenty general tergreat dabut wand Uncle enslaved mater longer outfit t o KY Pyre Drugs Fins Stationery ILil mill IMMUUUUlUli iUMl fYfrrrrYrtr J LLE rf ii9ifiitP4itiittP 1- 11LiZZrd c szotZ DAN V I L- Iro uei zeZessu1- uw4u Consteed 25 year Isuffered for 25 years with a cough and spent hdndreds of dollars with doctors and for medicide to no avail until i used Dr Bells 5iueTarHon ey It has saved ray life J C Rosell Grantsburg 111 McRoberts Store MARKSBURY Mr David Swope sold corn to for 82 per barrel Asa Daly sold to Leslie Huffman a good work horse for 040 Mr T I Herring sold a nice pair of mules to Bowen G Fox of Danville in for 100 The remains of Mrs Granville were interred in the cemetry at is the Fork Church Sunday afternoon Miss Jennie Swope is visiting her cousin Mrs Bourbon Daws of Louis ville and taking a course in music Mr Asa Daly sold his personal prop erty at Public Sale Wednesday March 1st Charlie Durham auctioneer Per ry Long clerk Stock sold well House c hold and kitchen furniture sold low Sow and 7 shoats 27 one cow 25 corn 135 per barrel some extra nice a sold for 120 per pair Mr Daly and family left Tuesday for Greenfield Illinoise where they will make their home in the future We wish them health and prosperity in their Western home 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 throat troubles It immediately coughing It never fails Stormes Drugstores All the talk in this community is of the prospective rail road from Birgit to Lancaster Most everyone is asking Where will it run Will it come through Marksbury and many other such questions We sincerely hope it will cools through our quiet little viI go 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 1m PREACHERSVILLE G A Siler and son John have gone to Richmond with 50 head of Cattle for Sic water prevented our maul get in Saturday so it came in Sunday Frank Lawrence shot Walter War ren in the neck last Saturday a very painful wound though not necessarily dangerous The trouble was over a through Mr War rens farm Aunt Betsey Cummins who been sick for some time is wove than she has been John Cruss was called to Mt Vernon Monday to see his sister who is very sick Before the discovery of One Minute Cough Lure ministers were greatly disturbed by coughing congregations No excuse for it now Stormes Drug StoreJ Hutchins has closed his Schoo on the account of the small pox The Sale of James Lawrence very poorly attended on account of the rain Corn sold at 140 per barrel W H Brown engaged some 75 hogs last week in Rockcastle Co at 3c to received Pneumonia the quick agent of death Fully onethird of recent deaths have been from pneumonia following la Grippe Pneumonia cannot follow the use of Foleys Honey and Tar 1m C C J E Stormes Corn is selling at 150 per barrel llerc great doal of wheat was killed in this section and the land will ed in corn John Pearl will rent his farm to the highest bidder next Saturday J 11 Henry has started up his tillery near here W B Adams got a very on the leg by a horse a few days ago Mrs C B Engleman has two geese that lay three eggs a day The harvesting machine drummers are out selling machines rather early From the looks of the weather Monday they would look more in season selling snow plows You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If you feel out of sorts take HERBFNE it will brace you up Price 50 cents 1m C C J E Stormes j Quite a number of leading democrats 35 have expressed themselves for M D riS Hughes and are anxious for him 125 make the race for representative would get a solid vote so let us hear from you judge 5 There are some parties here that will put in a bid on the turnpike We have it from good authority that E W Norris will be a candidate for rU reelection to the office of road over Edward pastor of the Eng lish Baptist Church at Minersville Pa when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm He says A few applications of this liniment proved of great service to me It subdued the inflammation and relieved the pain Should any suf ferer profit by giveihg Pain Balm a trial it will please me For sale by RE McRoberts Druggist 1m at DrugS learned I toting scare- a leis LEAF erA be plant soyere bites 3 Rev E E i e parties Huffman chickens formerly inflicting wayPzss ha wa b Apr lst- h seer S y J s s BRYANTSVILLE DedontlfiJ5th the infant of Luke Grimes Remains interred Pleasant Grove IMrs Gran Huffman aged 67 died on J 5th and was buried at Fork church afternoon r Rev Allen tailed to fill his appoint ment at Pleasant Grove Sunday on account of the inclement weather j Mr Whittaker accidentally sprain ed his ankle this week i Miss Jennie Higgins has returned a pleasant visit to friends in Pt Lick Mrs Berkele visited friends Lexington last week Mrs Dr Jen nings of Camp Nelson here this week Col Jno W Poor on the sick list this week Kentucky river is higher than it has been since 1890 To allay pains subdue inflammation heal foul sores and ulcers the most satisfactory results are obtained by using BALLARDS SNOW Price 25 cts and 50 cts C J E Stormes Fish Co Paint Lick lin Messrs Jeff Dunn and Woods bought nice line of sandlery goods at the Jackson assignment sale in Danville which tser have sold to J S Haselden here MrHaselden will dispose of the stock bargains Mr Jess Alfords little daughter few days since and was buried in the Pleasant Grove cemetery Mr Sherrpw an old gentleman of Mt Hebron vicinity died last week and was buried at Pleasant While visiting in Lexington someone broke into her residence Every draw er was ranscked but nothing has been missed Pneumonia Follows La Grippe but pneumonia cannot follow the use of Foleys Honey and Tar is striking down hundreds of those who thought they were cured of la Grippe Foleys Honey and Tar taken during or after la Grippe is guaranteed to prevent pneomonia 1m C C J E Stormes MoCREARY Alex Walker bought of T A Boyce a lot of Mr G W Sadler bought of W O Hardin a good work horse at 65 Mr M Hardin bought of Wesley Walker a lot of shoats at 3cts Mr Richard Burton has returned from the mountains with a large drove of cattle Mrs P J Warner Is with her daughter MrsJ W Perrin at Stanford J Sheer Sedalia Mo conductor on electric street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her life saved all sicians had failed only by using One Minute Cough Cure Stormes Drug- Store Miss Pearl Hardin is visiting her sister at Marksbury There will be singingatthe Buckeye Baptist church every Thursday night Mr John Long wife and daughter visited relatives in Jessamine the early part of the week BUENA VISTA Go to J E Scotts for your Plows Plow paints He can supply your Ben Clark has purchased the Levy Smith property near Richard leys and will move to same C F Ison of near this place has bought property in Wihnore and will move his family to same next week William Buckley has purchased the Henry Reader farm near High Bridge in this county and will take posession- at once The protracted meeting closed at Browns Chappel last Thursday night with about four additions to the church For a quick remedy and one that perfectly safe for children let us rec onimend One Minute Cough Cure It is excellent for croup hoarseness in the throat and coughs Drugstore The farmers of this say much of the wheat in this locality seriously injured by the late heavy freeze that much of it will be plowed up On last Friday evening about 4 oclock we had the heaviest hailstorm ever known in this community The Hail stones measured over two inches across and were one inch in thckncs and all most covered the ground P S Ferrill sold a weanling calf to Henry Smith sold to J B Robinson a pair of work mules at 120 Lung Irritation Is the forerunner to Dr Bells PineTarHoney and give such strength to the lungs a cough or a cold will not settle there Twentyfive cents at McRob erts Drugstore 1m FLATWOOD Wm Coldison has rented his half of the Hutchings farm to Jake Clouse rent unknown J W Griffin of Fall Lick has into G W Elams tenant house A Walker bought all his tenants tobacco for 465 per hundred John A Gibson rented James Baker of Clay County twenty acres of corn land Len Wilburn of Crab Orchard has rented W H Furrs corn mill and shop also corn land and will his tenant house in a days is r nd1Y I from I I visited relatJvs atgreat died- a I Pneumonia tsp Q tickling neighborhoods wasso J 20 cousumpt son wilTcure it tothat move into daughter LINIMENT Groves after phys ands wants 4t Hacks B Leaven at moved 1 blacksmith some fear Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package CURES YOUR COUGH IN A j j Price 25 50c R E McRoberts CAMP NELSO N Eighteen boarders at the Boner HouseSteam was raised in the new March 1st Henry Canter distillerThe Lacy came up the river and brought E J Curley a large of thousand bushels of coal and grain and took back 280 barrels of whiskyMr Ison has moved his family to Wilmore to educate his Mr H C Glass has rented of H B Campbell 100 acres of grass land Mr J W Poor and sister Mrs Janie Take Nevieus and J W Glass are on the sick list If you have a cough throat weak lungs pain in the chest difficult breathing croup or lot us suggest One Minute Cough Cure Always reliable and safe Stdrmes Drug Store C C Glass and Bro bought of Dr Mathews 200 bushels of wheat The Falls City was in Sunday with Seed Oats Clover seed Plow Points and Wagons for C C Glass Bro Dr Jennings the leading Physician of Camp Nelson is kept busy to the sick in the community and at Lock No 8 where he is employed C C Glass Bro by boat j 12 hogsheads of tobacco They have 100 rates on tobacco to the Buckner House at Louisville Miss Emma Combs of Hauly is her sister Mrs W L Glass Mr Tom Barr of Wiln orQ is visiting his Uncle jQrimo Sparks His Life was Saved Mr J E Lilly a prominent citizen of Hannibal Mo lately had a deliverance from a frightful death In telling of it he says I had taken Typhoid Fever that ran into pneumo nia My lungs becama hardened was so weak I couldnt even sit up in bed Nothing helped me I expected to soon die of Consumption when I heard of Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle gave great relief I to use it and now am well and strong I cant say too much in its praise This marvellous medicine is the surest and quickest cure in the world for all Throat and Lung Trouble Regular size 50 cents and 100 Trial bottles free at R E McRoberts every bottle guaranteed 1m HAMMACK Miss Bettie Bell is some better at this writing improving slowly Ed Walker Jr is very sick and con fined to his bed Give me a liver regulator and I can regulate the world said a genius The druggist handedhim a bottle of DeWitts Little Early Risers the little pills Stormes Drug StoreWill Hammack of Cartersville was visiting his aunt Mrs S E Hammack Sunday Luther McQuerrv Willie Ross and Ansel Parks left here Saturday morn for the hoosier State Fleming lad J T Palmer bought E D Cooks crop for 615 per hundreds William Gooch bought the Faulkner Bros crop of tobacco at 510 all round also Robert Faulkners small crop at 75 per Hattie Jones of color wife of John Jones died Saturday night Newel McQuerry sold his tobacco crop to J T Palmer for 360 per GUI Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package 25 50c K E vlcRoberts f Physician DAY JI JI JI distillery children irritation Iattend- ing willship I I a I wonderful I Drug- Store famous sing tobacco 2 hundred hundred CURESYOURCOUGH IN A J JJ J Price r sixteen hoarseness f visiting continued 3Sicia DAYe A BUSINESS You Are Going North 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Respectfully I NOEL SISTERSPhone 85 r t J CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY March 9 1899 toooooooooooooooooooaooooo Miss Annie Austin is visiting friends in Pineville R L Jennings of Paint Lick was a visitor here Sunday Mrs F D Gaines was a visitor in this city for a few days Miss Francis Collier has gone to Washington City for a visit Mr R A Stone is in Cincinnati on business this week Miss Lillie Noel is in the cities this week purchasing spring millinery Mrs Henry N Faulconer who has been quite ill is very much better Mr and Mrs W K Shugars of Mc Kinney were here week P W Spencer has returned from a visit tohis son B A Spencer in Louis yule Mrs Mary Anderson has returned from a months visit to friends in Lex in gton Manager Clay Hamilton of the office has about recovered from illness W I of Marcellus been visiting Frank B Marksbury few days Miss Leila Bryant after a visit relatives in this vicinity has returned DanvilleMrs Smith and baby after a visit to Mrs Geo T Farris returned to Jellico Tenn this week Sundays CourierJournal contained a likeness of the bright little son of Dr and Mrs Hugh M Grant Mrs H A B Marksbury has im proved very much and is now beleived to be out of danger Mr Charles F Denman of Nicho lasville came over Sunday to see his wife and pretty baby who are visiting this city Rev and Mrs Massee are rejoicing over arrival of a handsome baby boy which made his appearance at their home Friday evening Mr J R Harris and bride left yesterday for Turnersville where they will reside in the future The groom is an exemployee of this office and our entire force wishes him success If you are going on a trip or have visitors ring up 43 We cannot afford to employ a Pinkerton detective to keep track of the movements of people Tell u about it We are not mind rea era Please Remember that my ac counts are Due and is absolutely That I have the money This notice is for Every- i body who IM Sollii HUfc I afew dayslast telegraph tot t herparents in J owesme t r 1 I h i t l F f it- S C cu5a7 s 1 rt h r I 1 Q asa C G Hill of Middlesboro is visit ing Mr and Mrs J R Hill of on Campbell St He says he likes Lancaster very much and thinks he will remain for quite a while as he has seen some mighty pretty girls Judge M D Hughes writes us from Liberty that he is meeting with much success organizing his Maccabee lodge at that place He adds that since out of the company of Hatcher and Harris he has gained fifteen pounds in flesh Mrs Dr Davis nee Miss Lena Woods of this county who liar been tally ill and her life almost for past year was taken to Dr Lewis McMurtrys Infirmary in Louisville where she was successfully operated on and is now improving rapidly John M Farra returned from Saturday and has been in Mid dleboro Pineville and other sections of the state this week He is secre tary of the Commercial Club and if everyone else would hustle like John the town and county would soon be the most progressive in the state Mrs Catherine Colson who was very low last week with pneumonia fever is much better and although notable to be out yet she is out of danger and will be entirely recovered in a few days Middlesboro News Mrs Colson is the mother of Mrs W B Moss of this city and Col D G Many Lancaster friends of Ed Buchanan formely of this city will be surprised to learn that he has taken unto himself a wife The ladys name was Mrs Clara J DeMarcus and she lived in the same town where thegroom is in business Martinisville Ind We congratulate Buck and wish him mnch joyThe Lexington Herald published the delightful paper A Plea For Our Birds read at the Bird Day of the Womans Club in that city Saturday by Mrs Potts The splendid literary production The theme is one which is arousing great interest in this country and Europe Mr Isac A Onstott wife and nephew Rufus Onstott of Rabbi Ky came to Lancaster with the re mains of the formers boy mention of whose death was made in last issue Mr Onstott moved to Daivess county in 1875 and by hard work and honest dealing now owns a fine farm of 250 acres there He is a regular reader of of THE RECORD and like all honest men should do keeps his subscription paid in advance The Louisville Times says Robt H Young roadmaster of the Kentucky and Indiana Bridge Company has re signed to take effect March 1 He will hereafter devote all of his time to the County Surveyors office to which position he was elected over ago Mr Young is quite well known in having married Miss Sarah oldest daughter of Dr Huffman Bob is a mighty clever fellow Mr A G Lackey of Kansas City Mo who is now employed by New York Asphalt C was called to dianopalis last week his mission there being successful His manager him wishfuly looking to his Old Kentucky home said your family live over there Receiving an affirmative answer he said Well run and see them couple of days He to find dear caster so progressive and improvement The Danville Advocate says It is not generally known that Miss Chris tine Bradley is readibg under the direction of her father the Governor Miss Bradley does not hope to become a regular practitioner but is qualify ing herself more especially to become of assistance to her father in his office 1 Lancaster being Grit dispaired of Louisville olson meeting paper isa ayear Lancaster In seeing Iont fora tLan aw over was delighted old r Our stock of CLOTHING is selected from Best Eastern Markets work Governor Bradley will in all probability leave Kentucky at the ex piration of his term of office He is considering New York City and Los Angeles California Misses Mary Welch of Xicholasvillc and Mary Robertson of Elizabethtown are guests of Misses Sallie and Mattie Elkin No Right to Ujfllcess The woman who is lovely in face form and temper will always have friends but one who would be attract ive must keep her health If she is weak sickly and all run down she will be nervous and irritable If she has constipation or kidney trouble her impure blood will cause blotches skin eruptions and a wretch ed complexion Electric Bitters is the best medicine in the world to regulate stomach liver and kidneys and to pu rify the blood It gives strong nerves bright eyes smooth velvety skin rich complexion It will make a good look ing charming woman of a rundown invalid Only 50 cents at R E Me Roberts Drug Store 1m Prize on Newspapers Here is a Prize Essay on News papers written by the devil of the Pescham Pulverizer Newspapers is called vehicles of information is what is called the many of them beingsticks They work hard at refreshment bars Proofread ers is men that spoils the punctuation of compositors They spell a word one way today and another way They thjnk they are intelligent persons compositors think different Compositors is men as sets up the types and sometimes the drinks Compositors is very steady men when they is sober which they seldem is whtn they can help it Editors is men what knows every thing in the heavens above and the earth beneath They is writers who doesnt write anything whatsoever They is the biggist men you ever sec Managers is men as takes in the tin and gives patent ads top of reading matter 37 colums out of 32 Proprietors aint nobody They aint overseen devils is the most important in a printing office They does the hardest work and gets the softest job Pressmen is well there wouldnt be no newspapers no circus bills without pressmen to print em Feeders is men that feeds on the fat of the land If ever I starts a of my own Ill call it the Urn brella cos everybody will take it Exchange Chamberlains Cough Kemecy 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 flittering testimonials have been received giving accounts of its good works of the aggravating and persistent coughs it has cured ofsevere colds that have yielded promptly to its smoothing effects and of the attacks of croup it has cured often saving the life of the child The use of it for whooping cough has shown that it robs that disease of all dangerous consequences It is prized by mothers for their as is never fails to effect a speedy cure and because they have found that there is not toe least danger in giving it even to babies as it contains ing injurious E McRob erts Druggist x 1m A Western farmer feeding his hogs upon the ash pile ofa deserted saw mill lost none of his hogs from while his neighbors were all losing heavily One of these re membering how fond and charcoal hauled ashes and made a bed on which to do his feeding and when cholera came again he was like wise spared from its ravages Volcanic Eruption Are grand but Skin Eruptions rob life of joy Bucklens Arnica Salve cures them also Old Running and Fever Sores Ulcers Boils Felons Corns Warts Cuts Bruises Burns Scalds Chapped Hands Chilblains Best Pile cure on earth Drives out Pains and Aches Only 25 cents a box Cure Guarapteed Sold by R E Mc Roberts Druggist 1m j Cincinnati pimples Reporters staffs tomorrow medicine Printers persons newspaper tr dangerous extensive especially children Sold by R cholera hogswere of ashes Essay not t h I Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medi cine is unquestionably the best remedy for the Throat and Lungs Pleasant to take and is GUARANTEED 1m C C J E Stormes REITI All KABLE OCCURRENCE Witnessed by the Occupant of the County Attorneys Room A distinguished gentlemen of our city the only occupant of the County Attorneys office in the County has had rather an unusual exper ience with a snake On one beautiful day last summer he was out in his woodland pasture taking his usual stroll meditating upon things that had been were then and were to be in the future His attention was at tracted to a struggle in the grass just 37 feet 6 inches northwest from the northwest corner of his left eye On hastily approaching the scene he saw two black snakes engaged in what seemed to be and but for his inter ference what would have been a deadly conflict with the advantage slight extent in favor of what he called snake number 1 over No 2 His well known characteristics for fair play came immediately to the front He did not know but what Snake No 1 which was the Smallest snake had in some way acquired a slight and un fair advantage over Snake No 2 With his walking cane he separated the combatants intending that each one should get back to his best wind and form before renewing the battle and then to call time The snakes were so thoroughly exhausted that for some minutes they lay watching each other seemingly unable to move Suddenly snake No 2 reared and threw himself back and struck for the tall timber with Snake No 1 close after him Snake No 2 passed rapidly by a tree thence curved gently to the left and struck line for the woods Snake No 1 pressed on and imagining that his antagonist had gone around the tree himself passed around it until he came in sight of his own tail Suppos ing this to be the tail of his late he kept up the pursuit round and round the tree the tree being just large enough to prevent him from over taking his tail until the sun went down rendering pursuit impractible until the day dawned again Next morning early the distinguished gentle men found snake No 1 in hot pursuit of his tail and still unable to overtake it would at times be compelled to rest but during his rest ing period he was glaring hissing and forking his tongue at his own caudal appendage After a little rest he would again begin the hopeless chase He would go off and feed and come back determined to win or die This chase was kept up as long as the weather was suitable and the gentlemen had almost the matter until one cold day when there was a little snow on the ground he just as a matter of curios ity walked out to see what had of snake No 1 and there was his snakeship lying frozen stiff with his eyes glaring and his tongue poked out within three inches of the object of his chase The distinguished gentle men did not asEasops man snake in his bosom but being a good democrat he put it in his boot And the snake did not prove ungrateful but as soon as it was warmed into life it came out of the boot thanked the distinguished gentleman and again the chase Knowing that as soon as it stopped it would again freeze the distinguished gentleman had built and has since constantly maintained a good comfortable fire at which his snakeship spends all of his time while resting and at last accounts the chase was going on sometimes on theground sometimes on the ice and sometimes skimming oer the snow The distinguished gentleman says that if No 1 doesnt wear a hole in his bosom he may yet overtake in view This is vouched for also Penry Hatterson Gole Culley Choindexter and Daw Shoes X Y Z CONSUMPTION CURED Dr Ottos Gum Balsam will cure case of consumption if taken in time Cot starts a slight cough or cold you will use Dr Spruce Gum will cure the the and throat and avoid the most dreaded of allconsumption Delay in attending to a cost yoa its bottles Price For ty- rB E McRoberts e if J Building ton a bee antagonist His snakeship distinguished forgotten become warmth began snake Parley u This is where Otto s diseases t I 1 and sale beautiful tend asd Ba 50c h blast d DIGEST YOUR FOOD Ninety cent of all sickness is caused by not being properly digested it creates poi sons goes your blood and then you are liable to almost any disease the human system is heir to Use Dr Carlstedts Powder and watch the results You will feel the good effects after one dose Give it a be convinced Price 2Sc Dr Ottos Sprue Gum Balsam Cures Your Cough Just the Medicine for Children For sale by- E E McRoberts The Kentucky Stock Farm Co announces the closingof on March 15th to its Expectation Purse fifth in its series of purses in augurated in 1896 Successful from the start its Purse for foals of 1895 haveingover 500 nominations the widespred depression in the interest of the that year it has 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 a large extent the fnture 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 mderest shown in the business during the past year and much emphasized by the sales just closed should induce owners to enter liberally What the buyers most want are race horses once are well entered and have good prospects should they develop speed Nothing digusts 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 The State commissioner of agricul ture has received reports from 101 counties in Kentucky since the recent cold snap which show that the pear crop is almost completely killed while apples and other fruits are compara tively uninjured All the late wheat was seriously damaged and as an unus ually large amount of the acreage was sown late the loss will be immense Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT MENT cures the most obstinate citses Price 50 cts in bottla tubes 75c C C J E Stormes Young fruit trees of most any kind should be well headed back The trunks will then be more thicker shaded can be done more evenly and easily it will be more con venient to thin the fruit spraying can be more effectually done and with the nozzle close to the branches there will be less waste in the application and during all the days to come the fruit can be more easiler gathered from the low hanging branches Themanncrof trimming outthese formative branches will depend much of course upon the natural tendency of the particular of tree some should be made to grow upright and some to spread their limbs Mr David Arnold of Nicholasville who is a farmer of experience says that cattle should never be salted in extreme cold weather It gives them for water which they often drink from a hole cut in the ice The water being extremely cold chills the stomac and very often results in death Mr Arnold believed this is why so many cattle have died in parts of the country the past winter For frost bites burns indolent sores eczemas skin disease and especially Piles DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stands first and best Look out for dishonest people who try to imitate and counterfeit it Its their endorse ment of a good article Worthless goods are not imitated Witch Hazel Salve Stormes Drug Store We doubt if there has been a time in the memory of the oldest inhabitant when the farmers were so far behind in their work as at present The first of Dr Ottos Ssrus Guru Balsam A physician can Dr Ottos packagedtake Children cry for it Large size bottles For Beautiful Complexion Us Dr German Liver Powder For sale by B E McBoberts publishing entries notwithstanding been that cannot m later pruning variety more Get DeWitts PticeSc and successful Cj athirst prescribe s race a J Manhattan Shirts ARE THE BEST Full line Stetson Hats k PfaftMpt CUBAN OIL cure Cuts Burns Bruises Rhea matism and Sores Price 25 cents March is upon us and so far as we know not a furrow has been turned More corn was left ungathcred this winter than ever before known and much of it is in bad condition The weather has unfit even for fencingand less farm work has been done than ever before known When Spring does open up there will be work for all who wish it on the farm Winchester Democrat Geo B Secord the well known of Towanda Y says I used Chamberlains Cough in my family for a long time and found it superior to any other For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist1m William Lockart one of our libel smiths reports a singular case that came under his observation Saturday says the Jackson Hustler In shoeing a horse for one of his customers he thatthe animals hoofs were froz en When he attempted to trim the hoofs particles ofsame broke off like ice Mr Lockart says that in twenty years experience in blacksmithing he has never seen a similar case IT F IIillenmeyer the noted writes the Lexington Herald as follows concerning the fruit situa tion The apples are not damaged neither are the pears Grapes have suffered severely but will nevertheless yield a good crop Cherries are proba bly somewhat damaged though it is hard to estimate to what extent The raspberries are apparently safe The strawberries are snug and thesnow has really helped them very much I am rather apprehensive of the damage to the blackberries that will result An interesting fact is that there are more bushels of blackberries eaten in each year than there are of ap ples Hence the loss of the crop would be a seven one However I do not apprehend so serious a result although there is unquestionably some damage done to the bushes 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 sulTei ing I had tried I could hear of and at last was told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it has not since Edgar Germantown Cal For sale by R E McRoberts Colonel Charles E Smith the well known real estate dealer of Richmond closed a big deal by which 10000 acres of land and about 40000 white oak and popular trees become the property of an English syndicate The land is in Knott and Breathitt Counties and is among the most heavily timber along the Upper Kentucky River The consideration was 91500 and it took 6150 worth of revenue stamps to have the deed recorded Some farmers in Mercer are asking 185 per barreffor corn The Eagle King oC all Birds is noted for its keen sight clear and distinct vision So are those persons who use Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes styes sore eyes of any kind of granulated lids Sold at 25cts McRoberts Drug Store 1m I contractor N have have noticed horticulturist Kentucky rheumatism constantly everything relieved returnedJosh Druggist1m situated I I been Remedy HYATTS Rev A W Crawford has returned to his home after being absent several months with his wife Little Ed Walker is unite sick Mrs John Palmer is much improved Quincy Shumate formerly of this count Heel at Tennessee since lie is a son of Mr Champ Shumate of Paint Lick Mr Joe Hays family of Hyattsville left to join him at Columbia Mo where they will make home Eczema The Only Cure Eczema is more than a skin disease and no skin remedies can cure it The doctors are unable to effect a cure and their mineral mixtures are damaging to the most powerful whole is in the Swifts Specific is the only remedy Eczema broke out on my daughter and con tinned to until o a fe v lays their future bloodand blooddiseases spread LLE head was entirely covered She was treated by several good doctors but grew and the dreadful disease spread to her face She was taken to two celebrated health springs but re her Worse benefit Many patent medicines were taken but without re gan to heal A dozen bottles cured her com of hair Not a of the dreadful disease has ever returned H T SnoRE 2701 Luces Ave St Louis Mo Dont expect local applications ol soaps salves to cure reach only the surface while the di sease comes from within Swifts Specific ceivedno lr thetimeSheIsThe r The Blood is the cure and will reach the most obstinate case It is far ahead of all similar remedies because it cures cases which are beyond theirreach S is purely vegetable and is the blocd guaranteed to contain no pot ash mercury or other mineral mailed free Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia But Trusts Theres a steel trust an iron trust Aud trust in lager beer trustToTheres a milk tiust a trust And a trust in sparkling wine trustAndTheres an ice cream trust a cake trust A trust in crackers and bread trustsIsTheres a paper trust a trust And a trust ou sewing thread Aud follow yon to the grave yardWith coffin trust when your dead Theres a nail trust and an oil trust And a trust in biscuit too And the country is simply swarming trusts Till the air with trusts is blue Theres a glass trusts tobacco trust A trust on pottery as well And if it too hot for them They 11 get up a trust in well Theres a butter trust a sugar trust And a trust in the power to skin Aunt nobody knows now many more trusts have come in Theres envelope trusts and other trusts That land ns under the sod And all that i left ft r the poor man It to work trust in God Hertford Republican A TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see that your blood la rich and and whole system inperfectly healthy condition by the nse of Dr For your Cold try Dr Sprue Gum Balsam Pric 26o and 600 a For sale by- E E McKouerts Drug Store SS Notlllug I ill a youwillLiverPowderOtto and Bottle FloridaHavana Solid trains finest in the South Cincinnati to Jacksonville daily via the Queen and Crescent and connecting lines Through connections to Tampa Miami or New Orleans with fast Steamer Service to Nassau Key West Havana Santiago and San Juan Low rate round trip tickets The Train Service is in detail Fast 24 hours to f 54 hours Cincinnati to Havana IWCRINEARMN perfect schedules CPA 3Ii ctaetaastl Jacksonville net I fr i oeoocioeoooooooooaooootfOO oooooooc I will close out AT NET WHOLESALECOST my entire stock consisting of Boots Shoes Gents urnishingGoods Etc I have decided to accept a position as traveling salesman with a shoe house and in order to do that Iclose out this stock Now this is NO FAKE THEY 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 an auctionhouse in the city and have them sold at what ever they will early while you have a assortment to select from This sale begins today This stock is all NEW no old f1 D S II D 0 5 UIIt L tit v must bring Come nice styles UT TO QUIT BUNEL tI MUSS North Side Square J JB JE I GI 55J J fimmII KUBIAH TEA cares Jvj pcp bia Cunstination and Indi THEY MUST HANG Gov Bradley lefusos to oinmiite the IJfcutli Sentences of Jlimlcrcrrt nub and Jolui IninkHn T FJJAMCFOKT Ky March clerk of the court of appeals has issued the mandate in tin case of Murderer Hob Brown of Barren county and Thursday the governor declined to ex tend the day of execution beyond March 1C the day fixed by the lower court for llroxvn to hang The governor also refused to the death sentence of John Franklin another Barren county mur derer and he will hang along with Urown Tobacco Factory linrncd OWEXSUOKO Ky March 5 John D Elliotts tobacco factory on the river front was destroyed ly fire Friday afternoon ross 525000 with 20000 insurance This is the second factory Elliott has had to burn here A heavy north wind blew the dense tobacco smoke into the city and business was suspended no one being able to with stand the suffocating fumes On tho streets it was impossible at a distance of several blocks to distinguish a man six feet away while the fire was raging on account of the volume of smoke Attempted Assassination GHEEXUP Ky March fl James Drown magistrate for the lower of this county was walking on the streets when two men ran up him and one raked him with a knife cutting ten inches through an overcoat grazing the skin It is sup posed he was mistaken for some one else Louisville loy Promoted TOUISVIIIK Ky March S Informa tion has been received here of the re success of Leonard Cox for inerly an engineer of this city in naval competitive examination His papers were such that he was advanced lice years from his commencement of service given a rank of lieutenant and a salary of 53300 per annum Fatal Boiler Explosion OWKNSISOKO Ky March 7 boiler in Uaxlejs mill in the suburbs exploded Monday Oliver Kelley was instantly killed his body being badly mutilated Thomas Wisdom was fatal ly injured both legs broken and head crushed Wilson Bailey was fatally scalded DcmpKey Gets Them RUSSKMVIIIK Ky March 8 Demo crats of Logan county Monday delegates to the llopkinsvillo convention Friday to vote for lion J F Denipsey for commissioner 15ryan and the Chicago platform were in dorsed Irof Duffys HoiKixsviME Ky March 8 Prof John C Duffy member of the Hopkins vine bar but formerly principal of several leading schools has announced himself candidate for the democratic nomination for state superintendent of public instruction Prominent Iotel Man Dead LKITCIIFIKM Ky March S Thomas TIeyser of the most prominent ho in Kentucky became ill about 12 oclock Sunday night and died at 430 Monday morning of stomach trouble aged 76 Railway Tracks Washed Away LEXINGTON Ky March 8 The tracks of the Lexington Eastern railway were washed away by floods near Jackson Ky News from all over the state indicates un in waters Reilbtes Diver Price 25 n 4The commute S district marL ble a instructed one telmen Sundays I precedentedrise gestion lie cts I Bro a behind Candidacy C a I I CAKKOIITOX Ky March 14 yearold daughter of Gaus Sanders of Trimble was drowned while crossing the Little Kentucky river by being thrown from her horse Her little riding behind her got out safe Fair Grounds Sold Mr STERLING Ky March 8 Tho grounds of the Mt Sterling Society at Sharpsburg have been sold to II N Ratcliffc at 125 an acre They contain 40 acres and are among the oldest grounds in the state Mother and hildrcn Drowned OWSIKY Ky March 7 John lintel iuson and his family were trying cross the Kentucky river when their vehicle capsized Mrs Ilutchinson and two children were drowned Paid Forfeited Iran Money LEXINGTON Ky March 8 Mrs C MeXamara Monday paid Circuit Clerk Rogers the forfeited bail bond of her son John II McNamara the fugitive slayer of Jacob S Keller Merchant Commits Suicide SIIELIIVVIIJK Ky March 4 Mr William McCoun a country merchant of this county was found dead in his store with a bullet wound in his head and a revolver clasped in his right hand It is thought poor health caused him to commit the deed Kentucky Former Drowned- r IIoDGEXViLiK K March 7 Jacob Ewing resding near Buffalo was drowned Saturday night in attempting to cross a swollen stream His remains were found Sunday morning U ill Push His Contest SiiEiuyviiLK Ky March 4 Con gressman Davison served notice on Cojsgrcssmaneleet Gilbert that he will reiume taking deposition in Jackson and Anderson counties in his contest case Mr Gilbert will not be present having left for Hot Springs Ark for a two weeks sojourn j Log on Him KST LIBEKTV Ky March 4 Sher man who was hauling saw logs on Eilc Fork near this place was killed by a log rolling over him Time Murder of Lee Turner MiDDLESitoiio Ky March G News confirming the first reports has been received in this city of the murder of Lee Turner of Middlcshoro in Camp bell county Tenn by a man named Frank Lewis Compulsory Vaccination GIIEXT Ky March town board has passed an ordinance requir ing all persons living within the of this place to be vaccinated There are seven cases of smallpox at Carrollton eight miles below here Freight Trains Collide ITorKlxsviLLE Ky March 6 A headend collision of L N freight trains occurred Saturday morning at Kelley Station The fireman on the northbound train was buried under his engine but was not fatally hurt Licking Hirer is Booming WEST LIBERTY Ky March 7 The Licking river at this point is higher than ever known before Farmers liar suffered severely the fencing on rivers being all swept away There was a heavy here Saturday She I can scarcely believe that you love me as much as you say He Well 111 bring my checkbook with me tomorrow night and show you the stubs X V World A Had Habit Parker always exaggerates thing so Yes he cant even start an account at the bank without overdrawing it Illustrated American far tarroaton SA sister Agricultural r t 1000 I u j I I i GThe corporation hailstorm I cu ressCO J maw Casks C uucnsvc ever S o DiseasesCURED BEEN Mr A Stillsoia m c FOLEYS kiDNEYCURE is meeting with Wonderful u 1 d ce ss It has CUed some CalC herethat prQuouUced incurable e I myself ani able to to its r merits My day is at picture of health and your Kidney I h Cure has made it such I had suffertwentyseven year the dieare and to day I leel ten ears r younger than I did one Jgocan obtain some wonderful ertificater y h1 PCOnOUr1COdIncu orabic l t of nt Ij mi hP ysiciatls mface to it by 100eel with Pe year 17 tof itsmedical 4uallt ea SIOBMES I DRUG TORE I j THE ROSTER FOUND All time Unidentified Confederate Soldiers Burled at Ilopkinsvillc KyBeneath- the 810000 HOPKIXSVILLE Ky March the dust and debris of an old desk that has stood neglected in the Hop kiusville for over 35 years there has just been discovered a little dingy memorandum book in which are inscribed the names of the 101 unknown confederate dead who lie the cemetery of this city beneath the handsome 10000 monu ment which John C Latham the New York banker a native of Hopkinsville caused to be erected over them in 1SS7 The memorandum book belonged to George 1C Anderson Cotton Gin Post Tex The only entries in it are relative to the dead soldiers Above the list of names is the follow ing A list of confederate soldiers belonging to 1st and od Mississippi 7th Texas 8th Kentucky and Forests cavalry who died and were buried in the cemetery at Hopkinsville Ky in the fall and winter of 180102 The names and rank of the dead are taken from the penciled inscriptions at the head of the graves BOTH INTOXICATED A Young Lawyer at Louisa Ky ills ills Captain Fatally a Steamboatwan LOUISA March Mon inghnm was fatally shot here Friday j morning by Harry Price a young law yer Time ball entered the head above the right temple and penetrated the brain The men were on the steamer Argand when the shooting took I place Both are said to have been intoxicated Price was a member of the 1st Kentucky unteers He shot his captain R S Carr at Ashland last week Mouing ham is employed as tong man on the Triple State Gas line The injured man was brought here shortly after the shooting and given medical atten tion lIe was sinking Friday i and his physician said there was no chance for his recovery I Tate V hea Damaged FRANKFORT Ky March 4 sioner of Agriculture Moore will issue the monthly bulletin March 10 It will show according to reports from correspondents in abjut 100 counties that late wheat was severely damaged by the February freeze The peach crop is practically destroyed Cherries and other small fruits were injured badly but apples are unharmed Meteor Iasscs Over Paris PARIS Ky March immense meteor or aerolite passed over at midnight Monday night making the night as bright as day and emitting a long trail of fiery sparks The night yard crew in the L N yards de scribe the spectacle as one of surpass ing brilliancy Three Deaths From Meningitis HENDERSON Ky March 8 There have been three deaths in the county from meningitis since Sunday Dr John Yeizer of Spring Union county aged 35 years and a very prom ising young man died with the Jfo Danger at Paducah PADUCAII Ky March S The stage of the river here is still short of the danger line 40 feet contrary to expec tations From present prospects a fall in here before the present swell in the upper Ohio will reach this point Badly Injured by a Trolley Ky March 8 Late afternoon a trolley car struck a wagon in which was seated Randall Culver and a driver Culver was thrown out and struck by the hav ing a leg broken is pre Tobacco Barn and Content Burned HOPKINSVILLE March large tobacco barn and rehandling establish went of Wm R Wood near Fairview destroyed by fire with contents Total loss with 1000 Insur A S25OOO Damage Suit PADUCAII Ky March 8 A damage suit for 25000 was filed Tuesday against the Mobile Ohio railroad by Mrs Mattie Flowers for the al leged killing of her husband Oliver Flowers Negro Murdered SHKLBYYILLE Ky March 7 Ben was the Southern railway Milt Oliver a Negro is in jail charged with the mur der 7Amid Bank of buriedin nee j I Sbot K 5Jerry I afternoon I Paris disease willset Car- PADUCAII Tuesday car Iliscondition carious 8The was 5000 Garnettcolored I o Monument Who hounds yes crop SAn C rove ante S murdered near it ut 1 s I lilt COULD NOT UNDERSTANDI 1JI j Old Party Whats the matter little I Boy Gwan wot yo know bout bein in love X Y Evening j Journal The Pen and the Sword The pen Is mightier than the sword And longer lingers on the scene For when the sword has finished up The pen takes to the magazine Cincinnati Enquirer An Even Game Its all foolishness to talk about any one getting the worst of it in the matri monial game declared the big man with a silk hat and a loud suit of clothesHows that Marriage is always a tie Detroit Free Press A Way Widows Have I always loop out for number one said the selfish man dont you hardly said the person ad dressed who happened to be a vidu I am looking out for number two TitBits A Fearful Example Prof Sttiffer always discourses on tic evils of gluttony before dinner WhyBecause after dinner he is not able to discourse Chicago Record Prejudiced They say she was embodied grace As on the chair she sat But failed to see it she Was sitting on my hat N Y Word A CUCCIAL TEST I Well II b Little Talk about spunk fellers Ive been kicking little Tommy fer de last leu minutes and be aint cried yet N Y Journal CUBAN RELIEF cures Cohc Neuralgiaand Toothache and Summer Cqmplaints Price 25 Gvc minutes Sour Stomach Cent ot Plamer S in I A TRIAL MONTHS SUBSCJIIPTiOlt TO THE LOUISVILLE TItlES THE MICIHTCST AND BEST AFTERNOON PAPER IN THE SOUTH Quotations Latest State News AH the Local News Complete Press Reports Largest GircilitioQ in the Soak 35000 AND OVER DAILY 50 CENTS MONTH 07 5oo a Y ar by liail M AGENT IM EVERY TOWN LOUISVILLE TIMES Co LOUISVILLE KINTUCKY SEND FoR Correct Market t NOTICE Bids Wanted Bids will be received by Judge R A and metaling the following roads until January 1 1000 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 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 and approval of said Com missioner Said turnpike roads are doff in the following sections tolai wit DISTRICT NO 1 T B Robinson Com missioner LancastertoLexingtonSugar Creek pike whole pike from Stanford pike to Dannie Perkins Spring DISTRICT NO 3 Logan Ison Commissioner Section No 1 Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix River and Bryantavllle No 2 Lexington pike from Bryantsrille to Ken tucky River bridge NJ S Byrantsville and Sugar Creek pike entire pike No 4 Buena Vista to R Hucklej s gate DISTRICT NO 3 Will Noel Commissioner Section No 1 Buckeye pike from S igar Creek bridge to Buckeye P O No 2 Buckeye pike from Buckeye P O to Statts store No 3 Poor Ridge from Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill School House T No 4 Poor Ridge pike from School House to foot of big 5 Hyattsvtlle pike from Rich mond pike to Buck Creek DISTRICT No4J II MoQnerry commissioner Section No 1 Richmond pike from to W A Hyatts gate No 2 Richmond pike from W A Hyatts gate to Back Creek piketoCrabOrchardCounty Lines Bids will also be received for furnish ing and spreading gravel in the sections towit DISTRICT NO 1 Section No 2 Danville pike from double Toll Gate to Wooden 3 Danville pike from double Toll Gate to Iron bridge DISTRICT Section No 2 Buckey pike store pikefromNo 5 Hyattsville pike from Back Creek to county line DISTRICT NO 4 Section No 3 Richmond pike from Back Creek to connty line Copper Creek pike entire pike The bids shall be on sections but bidders are not restricted to one sec tion Said bids shall be sealed and shall be accompanied by a bond for double the amount of the bid and said bond stall be approved by the Court before a contract shall be en tered into The bidding will be per rod of 225 Cubic feet All bids to be filed on or before Saturday March 11th 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 R A BURNSIDE Judge Garrard County Co February 21st 1899 A Southern exchange tells of a who keeps a flock of eese for the special purpose of paying his taxes which they easily did with theirfeatn ers and goslings The same man kept a flock of sheep his grocery bills LL WOMEN Should know that the Old Tlm Remedy I Burnsideforrepairing spreadby supervision No 5 SugarCreek pikeNo hillNo bridgeNo NO3 from Statts I No4 pike Lancaster following furnished farmer paid r Is the best Corrects all Shouldbo taken for Outage ot life and before ChBMkth Planers Old ReMties have stood the test for twenty years Made only by Medicine Co Chat tanooga Tennessee for irregularities PeasisTroabks tnyemaleOrgans l New r 3 l4 BOON TO frJIAfiKINDT DRTABLER S BUCKEYE A New Discovery for the Certain Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES WITHOUT PAIN CURES WHERE ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED TUBES BY MAIL 75 CENTS BOTTLES 50 CENTS JAMES Proprietor 310 M Main Street ST LOUIS MO STOKJMCES STORE FIWlAHD Sole DRUG r t AFTER USING Call and see this Celebrated Wagon at It fully Warranted and Excels all others All Kinds Farm Machinery Always onHand J B DEJ L PAINT LICK HANDMADE BOIES v BUCKBOARDS Rubber Tires Repairing nf All Kinds Be on the Safe Side and your Tobacco Office National Bank R KINNIARD Ok S Y D Insure cF4ITF MOTTS Lancaster Ky 1 PILE CURE 6 TIf AND VITALITY r 333EC JHOirTS McRoberts Drug Store HEAL The great remedy for nervous prostration and all diseases oror sex such as Nervous Prostration Failing or Lost ManhoodImpotency Emissions Errors Worry useor which lead to and every5 order we guarantee to cure or refund the money Sold at 100 box6 boxes tor OO Dn CO Cleveland Ohio ip yGgthe generativeorgans Nightly With M3TTS CLE CALL PENNYROYAL PILLS or and banish pains remedy forewomen equals them Cannot do harm Ufaa BY MAIL Soldby druggists DR MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Cleveland Ohio McRoberts Drug Store atwomanhood i They overcome iPeak ness irregularity and trig tfs