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Entered at the JPqst Office in Lancaster Kyt as Second Class Matter rO- O 5 NINrH YBAR NUX BZR o 4 i f 55 Is he tfltt4t tt thl PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LOUIS UVNDRAM Cor Public Square and Danville Avenue A Few ofour Low Prices Mens Saddles 275 450 500 and up A good set of Harness 750 Extra heavy blind bridles at 75cand95c Th best Collar known at 75c 2 Back Bands for 25c A good all Collar 85c Trace Chains per 25e See our line of Wagon Breech ing Check Hames Straps Collar Pads etc before buyingAlso the Best Two Horse Wagon ever brought to Lancaster it gives entire satisfaction Look at it before buying Jc R HASELDEN Col W G Welch Stanford W I Williams WELCH WilLIAMS Attorneys at Law Lancaster Ey- AH business attended to promptly Leather pair Lines Lancaster good Ham V t r- r e BEAZLEYBAUMAI FUNERAL DIRECTORS ARTERIAL and CAVITY EM BALMING a SPECIALTY Furniture Carpets Lancaster Ky c LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 16 1899 mmmw I LOCAL HAPPENINGS un q jl t nrnsrrnr srmn rmnrnnin r nr nr t l lUd11Ul dU JlIAIllldl lId61JI1t11J16lUlUUlIlIJIIJ6UIIJIIl11 Smoke the ProctorKnott cigar Carpets in the roll J A Beazley Co Maple trees for Spring planting J 0 Clover Timothy Blue grass seed cheap at T Curreys We are better prepared than ever to sell you carpets J A Beazley Co 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 Eggs and Chickens Good price paid Bring them in prices drop Try Potts Whole Wheat Flour or Graham Nutritious and Digestable Nothing like it H C Potts Buck eye Kj By reguest from numerous customers have decided not to put old accounts in hands of attorney till April 1st Come and settle with me J C Thompson If every fellow will get a move on him and work for improvements we will soon have the best business town in the state Hustle or move out Spring School Miss Dixie Kemper will begin a spring school at Herrings schoolhouse on the new Danville pike Monday Mardi 20th PayYour School Tax The Garrard Circuit Court has that the Lancaster Graded Com mon School is on a legal basis and that the school tax must be paid and un less paid at once levies and sales will be made By order of the Board of Trustees E W Harris CoWl New House J R Bill the lightining contractor and builder has just completed a two story house for A B Brown Jr on Lexington pike below toll gate Mr Hill is a line builder He has just made arrangements with his brother who owns a sawmill in Knox county to get out 30000 feet of best poplar which h3 will use in filling his contracts Thompson For Sale before H B orthcott decided S Wanted Bargains in Clocks at Thompson A Proctor Knott cigar brings joy the snloker Choice flower seeds in bulk at low prices J C Thompson Car Iron and Bones n B North cott Fancy Clover and Timothy sold and delivered anywhere in by G S New stock friendship hearts graving free Thompson the Jeweler For 25 acres of sod land already plowed for Hemp Terms on application C W Anderson For Kent The large Lodge Room over ojlice call on W T West or W Johnston for particularsW O Bradley Preached Sunday Rev James Lapsley of Danville filled the pulpit at the church Sunday Dr McKee will charge next Sunday Mean Un Any man who will throw cold on a movement to benefIt his town mean enough to graze goats on grandmothers grace 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 Stormes clomp Wanted I will be at Mr Tobe Leavels office every Will pay market price in CASH Also have a few cultivated Hemp Seed C8 crop for sale tap14 BANKS HUDSON Pictures Pictures Pictures We find we can stay here only 30 days so if you want Pictures made come at once 18 for 25cents G positions Cabinets 125 for i doz Crouch Mattern over Blue Grass Grocery Building Architect J R Ryan plans for a pretty residency for Mr IT M Ballon Dirt has been broken and work commenced Mr Ballous lot lies next to that of Mr T W Reid on Richmond avenue i t vjir Wented y tO I Gaines fEn V Rent t resume day has completed r 5 Ia Poi Mc vat 11 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 MAKERS No store in this town ever did or ever will showas big a line as we have and no store in this section HAS THE GRIT TO MATCH THESE PRICES SPRING STYLES IN ft1ENS HATSa j AMERICAN HEWS SOFT and STIFF MATS flflUFull line of JOHN B STETSON HATS direct from factnry at 4 V 450 GENTS Now is your chance to buy a pair of shoes atless than Manufacturers cost We have 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 1 New line Spring Neckwear New Goods A coming in every day LOGAN AND ROBINSON J f i irif r i f a 5 5 5n t t4awfcrr Eddie Earl Hagan Mr and Mrs R L Hagan were to Richmond Saturday by the of Eddie EarUIagan who died on 10th The remains were laid to the Richmond cemetery- F and A Iff The first degree was conferred the Masonic lodge Monday There are now three candidates elected and work is to be done at meeting for some time to come Dix river has been on a tear and washed away much fencing loose dirt Barred Flymothrccks I have a fine pen of the above chick ens and will sell eggs at 50 cents setting of 15 They are medium size splendid layers and mature early Leave ordersat JJcRobertsDrugStore tf R W McRoberts Sentence Reduced ActingGovernor Worthington reduced the sentence of Jas Tudor five years Tudor figured in the of Marion Sebastian and a effort has been made to have him lie was sent up for one years Kay There will be work in thefirst at the K P lodge tonight The costumes and other paraphenalia the degree one of the prettiest a can confer All Knights should the lodge as it is in tipfop shape now and working to a queens taste The Y M C A Let those who are really interested in the Y M C A and who are ready to stand by and see the organization through be present Sunday afternoon There is some question if the young men really want the Y it C A If you do come and say so 3F Postle VicePresident jj Good Work The foundation for the hotel and opera house is now being laid and is a splendid piece of work The rock is being laid in a solid bed of cement and will be to dry thoroughly the bricks are laid The cellars are almost completed notwithstand the interference by bad weather Prospects for a fine spring trade were never brighter the are preparing to bring on the best lines of goods they have ever carried Watch the advertising of THE RECORD and you will keep posted as to when where and what to buy Contract Awarded The Fiscal Court met Saturday to open bids recently advertised for putting metal on turnpikes It was moved and carried that each name the successful bidder in his respective district and this was done Contracts were awarded for all roads in the county and it is hopedthe work will be pushed with the utmost rapidity miserable The turnpikes in Garrard in miserable condition The winter has been the worst on the roads for many years In some places they are almost impassable The other day a wagon stalled in town and six horses could not move it so deep were the wheels sunken in the mud As fqr repairs have been let it is hoped the roads will soon be put shape Line Extended There is a Town ordinance which prevents the erection of any building save of brick and metal between the Public Square and first alley The Council has now extended that limit to the first cross street and any building erected must be constructed of the above named materials This is a good law and we hope to see itenforced to the letter There are a number of excellent buildings in town and i is the heiglith of foolishness to permit people to erect firetraps near them Object to the School Several parties who are opposed to the Graded School have refused to pay their taxes for that purpose claiming legal technicality We do not think it necessary into a discussion of the m nygood reasons for maintaining and keeping up the school but advise the trustees to let thematter be tested by the court Then ifdecided in favor of the school those who refuse to pay will have to with interest If another vote can quickly lie taken when1 the limit can be raised to the pressing demand for more expense money The vote will of be in favor of theschool and it will be an advantage to the school the court decides Threefourths of the taxpayers want the school and as increased atten dace demands more money than can now be collected let the present levy be nul and then take a vole which will permit of a larger tax bejng levied LATER Since the above was we learn a friendly suit was brought and tried before Judge Sauf ley who legal and the collector has been ordered ro eeed with his work recent aill called deal th resin a1 dul pC t killing pardoned attend before Good Outlools merchants columns magistrate contracts indecent togo course the written levy I iIC4t loiJ1 i tJi p d t itl e 1v1 J nigh cat 11 stro twen Peas degr n sod allowed and are decided adversely meet either way declared decided the top S M 1 r- t4 E j V Social Club The Social Club will meet in Mason ic Hall Saturday evening An inter esting program has been arranged and an enjoyable evening is anticipatca Mrs JTno E Pattrlck The remains of Mrs Rosa Pattrick wife of Jno E Pattrick were interred in the Lancaster Cemetery Tuesday prietor of the Clemens Hotel Danville She was in her 42nd year and beside her husband leaves two small children one five years and the other four weeks old Capt Richards and family have many warm friends in Lancaster and Garrard county who deeply with them in their great loss Adjusted It will be great pleasure to the friends of C1apt Mike Salter to know trouble with the Louisville Legion has been amicably adjusted and the captain completely exonerated in issuing the clothing at Chickamauga It will be remembered Capt Salter was appointed by Gov Bradley to fill the vacancy in the Legion made by the rejection of their pet quartermas ter and the Legion men up a howl They set about to hot foot Salter and were succeeding when he called for a Board of Survey The Board met at Louisville Salter laid the facts before it and the verdict given above was found Evening with Ian McLaren Dr Donald McDonald has consented to give his reading from the Bonnie Brier Bush in Lancaster and night March 25 is the time decided upon Dr McDonald has given this reading with much success in a number of places It is spoken of as- aright with Ian McLaren and consists of selections from Dr Watsons book given in theScottish dialect anti also showing the difference between the highland and the lowland dialects The reading will be given in the Presbyterian church and an admission of 25 cents charged The entire pro ceeds will be used in completing a little mission Laurel Fork Owsley county The friends of Miss Addie and Mr William H Lackey were greatly surprised Thursday to learn the couple had gone to Danville to be married They kept their intentions from their closest friends and while many believed they would marry soon one save the brides parents knew the event was so near at hand The ceremony was performed by Dr Lapsley McKee a near relative of the bride at his residence in Danville after which the newly wedded pair returned to the grooms fathers near McCreary The is the eldest daughter of Judge R A Burnside and a grand child of the late Genl W J Landram The groom was proprietor of the livery stable on Public Squjire until a few days ago when he sold the business and rented a farm near Me Creary He is a steady sober and reliable young man and has the respect and confidence of all who are with him Mr and Mrs Lackey will reside on the farm he has rented Tempest In a Teapot We notice in our exchanges that grand juries in several counties have returned indictments against insur ance companies for forming to raise rates We have taken occasion to make an investigation of this matter and come to the conclusion that the movement against the corn panics is very much on the order of a tempest in a teapot The companies have what is called the Kentucky and Tennessee Board of Fire Underwriters whose duties it is to investigate and estimate rates The location of all buildings the facilities of a town to fight fire the dangerous local ity of property etc is of course to be considered before the companies can possibly fix the rate A brick house with metal roof should certainly not be taken at as large figures as a frame house probably half a mile from water This proposition is as plain as the nose on a malls face The com paines can not as a matter of course know the exact surroundings of every piece of property in the state and in order to arrive at what are reasonable equitable figures the companies have this association or what may more properly be called a committee to help them make their estimates In many towns in Kentucky Lan caster prominetly among the number the companies paid out a great deal more ihlosses than they have col Several have with the old reliable ones hold on When ypu consider the fact that we are almost totally without means for fighting fire the people in Minding companies who will take risks here If they should withdraw which they can do without much in to themselves our town would a sweet predicament Itis a much more matter than most people think THE RECORD does not believe such steps will be taken in this county as people know what a predicament we placed in not cut oft their noses to spite their faces j I h t daughter sympathize that his immediately- set Saturday chappelat LackeyBurllslde Burnside no brid acquainted conspiracies I cted iIipremiums fort nat of our neighbors rt- c II t E ri f yet and have drawn but sail should theniselves convenience bean some have be f iy he e TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT in Adnaree100 per year TRJPL KNfJlf- ATIrER5rOK It NAK 1V I y rOgihac fag li r= P L HOSIERY U Cat Brand Leather Stockings We are sole agents for this brand of and they are the best goods to be had for boys and girls and j j See Them O 00 0 00000 0 0 e 011 Hosiery undoubtedly wearing mIn Stye53o Our line of CORSETS Is now Complete I We are showing one of the Best Lines in Central Kentucky You should An Unbreakable Corset adapted for stout 1 0 oRO see The Dowager ladies t t especially LOGAN DRY co to is a so to TINE Promoters of the Scheme Ilectlnj VitIi linen Eacouragciiieat Those looking after the new railroad are meeting with encouragement Every man whose premises it will run will seen and it is believed that all readily see the advantage and give the right of way Eight the land owners alt who have seen so far readily consented and said they were only too anxious to give right as they see the many ways in which it would enhance the value their property As stated in last issue every county save Garrard has already guaranteed the right of way As soon as this question is settled a committee will be sent to New York City to lay the plan before the president of the Southern This committee will call attention to the short and direct line the rich and extensive coal and timber lands through which it will pass and give a general and full statement of the of each county The more it studied the more feasable the plan appears and as stated before if this county will the right of way we firmly believe the road will be constructed Of course there will be few objectors but you find them bob bang up against every enterprise that may be undertaken There are many benefits to be derived from the road that we have not the spactftu name them but there is one very great one to the farmers and merchants which we wish to call attention to and that is if this road is built it will give them two competing freight lines to Cincinnati and Louisville By to Burgin onlya few miles you get the benefit of into Cincinnati and as you know the Southern will be a direct line Louisville The road will be ofinestimable value the people of Lower Garrard as a depot will be at Bryantsville this saving the people of that section manv dollars on ping their stock to the city markets It will be the same benefit to those in the upper end of the county also It will put us on a trunk line to StLouis the East South The Southern is the largest system in the Uuited States We hope to be able to say in next issue that the right is secured and a list of names of the donors The Marble Heart The Back on the Farm troupe wired here for a date this week but those who billed them before tore uj the telegram and remarked that the troup could seek a warmer climate Landlord Simpson lost meals and this office 50 by the the companys advance man ItULJ O resources shipping t rreightcoal and onshil abOut ot way publish visitor eo Jr iD propose mtlc b ogre o th o donate the QueenCCrescen built and two Ysn3r isr1- N F s t Circuit Court The March term of the Garrard court convened M6nday morning promptly at nine oclock Tudge Sau ttey was ill and sent Hon R C War ren to open and conduct the court The first thing in order was selecting the grand jury which consumed very little time Judge Warren then gave the jury an outline of the duty devolv ing upon the members and what was expected of them Not much trouble serving The business to be disposed of is unusually light and it is believed not more than half the three weeks GRAND JUKY J W Dunn foreman S BHenry Joe W Adams Wm Wall Roy Arnold W J Rolston C W Anderson Ben Swope Lafayette Brown Chas Ballou Jno Bolton Jno W King PETIT JURY JST Denny Wm Woods A D Leavell W L Allen Isaac Hamilton Kick Perkins Chas Burdett Jas Hill Prank Pearce A D Ford Jas Mitchell Woods Alex Layton J E Ballard I JN J G Burnside Wm Tudor C Pu llins Jas A Scott A B Brown Jr Jno Merriman T Cole Gulley W D Gooch George Smith colored was given two years in the penitentiary for for Lot Smith colored was sent up two years for perjury The case against McCoy for killing his stepfather about ten years ago is iet for tomorrow Elmira Fry colored was sent to jen days convicted of petit was acquitted of the charge pf carrying concealed weapons Gives V the Shake f The Stanford Journal man sticks to his greens and says We have always entertained a high regard for Editor Landram ofTHE LANCASTER RECORD but our faith is shaken in him and we must in future give him the shake What do you think dear reader of a man admitting that he loves pie better than turnip greens as Landram does Isnt he fit for treasons strategems and spoils Of course Bro Walton loves greens They cant raise anything on those Lincoln county bills but greens and tanbark C Branch SouthbndlUxed passes Lancaster U 35 JLK sortlibnd Mixed 835 IVKV Paugr circuit petitjury Following D T O Hill cry jail- or larceny TolGill e tib4 JI ii 2cij r f f 1iE i Walker rS 952at a N r- A S t F a 5e I a I- j Paines Celery Compound Gives Strength e Best spring medicine- It makes the We sell and recommend it weakstrong THUKSOAY March 16 1830 Hov BUADLEY left Frankfort this week for rest from the laborious duties of his oiuce He covered up his tracks as he went and burned the bridges him so he will not be worried by 1 ardon seeker etc Gov Bradley is tna of the hardest working men in the tate and never spends an idle moment He occasionally takes time to tell a good story however and can male one exceedingly interesting By the way he has written the Lancaster Commercial Club offering to do any thing in his power to help hiscldhcme county secure the proposed new rail road lIe would be a wheelhorse on the committee to be sent to York as no one is better versed on the resources of the state than he If the railroad officials have never met him personally they are acquainted with him by reputation and would certainly listen to him EVKUY few weeks it is published that Republican leaders in Kentucky will meet bury the stock of hatchets and razors kiss and make up When each of the wouldbe leaders is that he is the biggest and only pill in the box this culmination reached but as long as there is any question ar to who is the onlicst t in can on the dump the lovefeast be a thing of the future CiiAKuy BKOXSTON and Tack China bristled up at each other in Lexington the other day and it re paired the united strength of some fifty strong men to prevent the of berlud As both men have a reputnt loll as being baduns heres a gojd chance to show their sand by 1illlnsr cneanother THE RICIIMOXD REQISTKI rounded its thirtyfourth year last Friday a time have we carried our din ner to school wrapped in a copy of the Register and once got a licking for reading in it ad circus aduring school hours Heres wishing the excellent paper many more years of peace and prosperity Kcd Hot From the Gun Was the ball that hit G B Stcadman of Newark Mich in the Civil War It caused horible Ulcers that no treat ment helped for 0 years Then Buck leus Arnica Salve cured him Cures Cuts Bruises Barns Boils Felons Corns Skin Eruptions Best Pile cure on earth 25c a box Cure guaranteed Sold by R E McRoberts Druggist P II Sprague a Chicago poultry dealer is authority for the statement that the production of chickens in the United States last year reached 3330 000000 and of egos 13000000000 and their combined value aggregated 200 003000 Was the result of his splendid health Indomitable will and tremendous en ergy are not found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these qualities and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills They develop every power of brain and body Only R E McRoberts drug store 1m I r New convinced maybe wi spilling out r I I XCTe I 25c at behind l fang naaulerl6IrUn NEW DESIGNS Quality Low Prices lSe our M if9l3 lipM t OJr 1I V U pjn r1 a tfa I liB o 7 i rn OB St 4 rr IIt m tr I CENTS AL BSCOKD ZVEKT WEFK BY LANCASTER KENTUCKY LGUIS PublisherLAIDZ A SS jI Eis3 AK IS AOVANCKoaSix f 2 tt00 McTuo- TaaaE Pneumonia is the quick agent of death 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 BUCKEYE Allen Pay sold to Hamilton and Eloberscn his sorrel horse Cyclone at 625000 W B Burton sold to Bowen Fox and Al Hudgcns of Danville 5 horses at STiuOO John Simpson who is very low of typhoid foyer is reported a little hotter at this writing John L Ray of Richmond was with his parent Sunday and was accom pan led by Mr Farris Joseph Simpson and Harrison Ray made a business trip to the mountains Simpson bought 30 head of cattle while there since his return he sold to parties 13 cattle at 28500 Mrs Herod ray although a woman is a right good trader she sold to James Ward a lot of shoats at 3J cts per Ib which made her a good deal of money and she bought of George lardwick 1 hog at SOOO For frost bites burns indolent sores eczemas skin disuse 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 of a good article Worthless goods are not imitated Get DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Stormes Rev A J Pike filled his Saturday and Sunday and just before time for services to begin Sunday one of the stove pipes fell with a crash and as there was a big tire in the stove the church was soon so full of smoke that the audience had to move out but windows went up in a hurry and the stove was taken out and in a short time all was ready for services There will be prayer on Wednesday night of each week at the Baptist church herS Slay the good work go on Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy and Master Paul Sutton of Marksbury visited Ebb Dickerson and wife Sat urda and Sunday Robert Hendren Dee Jones and Dr Durham of Kirks ville were in our midst Sunday Louis Ray and sister Miss Cordelia is at home from Hubble Louis is still on crutches but is improving Will Dickcrson and wife of Buena Vista were with relatives here Satin day and Sunday Miss Mary Leavel opened school here Monday with 20 pupils and several more expected next week Misses Minnie Mollie Myrtle and Lelie Hendren of Madison wereguests of Miss Hattie Jones Saturday Sunday Misses Bettie Henry and Florence Harris of your city were with friends here Sunday Misses Sallie and Edna Nave of Long Branch were visiting friends here last week So you see our little village is by no means deserted judging from time amount of charming visitors we have in our midst 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 con told to try Chamberlains Pain Balm which I did and was immediately re lieved and in a short time cured I am happy to say that it has not since Edgar Germantown Cal For sale by R E McRoberts Druggist lni y jid I different pin endorsement Drug- Store appointment here meeting sometimes rheumatism everything returnedJosh Full ILillard cc 15oui 1 DANVILLE KY MiiMiUJM 2 fS s J 3 J 2 IS 3 ii l Jtfr Yfjr tff1 J w j Pure DrugsFne Stationery CJ I rtlC es UUiUiUiUiUIUWiUiUiUiUUlil JfIi3 a Pt rv Ir L eieTr ia 7 kvy o o e a PAINT LICK We have returned from the cities with our new spring goods and invite everybody to sec them We have a larger assortment than ever before We ask the ladies in to see our line of Dress Goods Embroider ies Carpets Mattings and Furniture and the gentlemen to see our ob by Clothing Shoes and Hats We have everything kept in an uptodate General Merchandise Store and our prices arc exceptionally low See our New Silver Ware which we give away with cash purchases Very HT L JENNINGS Co General Merchandise and Furniture Paint Lick Ky 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 la Grippe Folcys Honey and taken during or after la Grippe is guaranteed to prevent pneomonia 1m C C J E Stormes McCREARY Grippe is still raging in this nity Mrs Jennie Cumley rigs a fine baby girl Ella Marie Cecil and Hamilton Broaddus bought lot of hogs from Newton Hendren of Madison Mrs Maggie Gulley is progressing nicely with her school at Bradshaw schoolhouse She is an excellent teacher and much loved by all her pupils If you have a cough throat weak lungs pain in the chest dilllcult breathing croup or let us suggest One Minute Cough Cure Always reliable and safe Stormes Drug Store Leslie Bradshaw has returned from Cincinnati where he had been with his brother W B Bradshaw for the past two months MrsDr Amon ison the sick list although not dangerously Bailey filled his at Antioch Sunday and Sunday night J R Curd and wife of Bur gin visited the latters parents and Sunday W B Bradshaw of Cincinnati is expected this week to visit his father T W Bradshaw also to remain with them until his wife recovers as she still remains very ill at his fathers home Geo B Secord the well known of Towanda N Y says I have used Chamberlains Cough in my family for a long time and have found it superior to any other For sale by R E McEoberts Druggist Mr and Mrs W H Lackey were with Mr and Mrs B F Broaddus Saturday night and Sunday Elisha Forbes and wife visited relatives at Marksbury the latter of last week Nathan Cotton and wife visited Mr Sam Cotton and wife at their new home in Teaterville Saturday and Sunday Davis Sutton wife and little daughter visited relatives in Kirksville last week Miss Nellie Bourne and brother were with their sister Mrs W K Warren Saturday and Sunday Misses Bettie Henry and Florence Harris were in our midst Sunday and attended preaching at Buckeye Miss Etta Cotton and brother visited Mrs Sam Cotton Sat urday night and Sunday Mr Curd and wife of Burgin visited the ofT W Bradshaw Saturday and Sunday To allay pains subdue inflammation heal foul sores and ulcers the most satisfactory results are obtained by using BALLAEDS SNOW LINI MENT Price 25 cts and 50 cts C C J E Stormes Fish Co Paint Lick 1m HUBBLE tins Harry Anderson is quite sick at this writing Henry Walters is also quite ill 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 coughing It never fails Stormes Drug Store There will bo preaching at dree church Sunday and Sundaynight Monday and Monday Tuesday and Tuesday night We hope to have good attendance to hear Rev Pollett Price Sutton and wife of is the guest of their mother Mrs Alexander Mr Watson and wife and little son Bradley of Kansas have returned to Kentucky and will likely make it their home J A Hammond returned from the city purchasing a nice lot of goods John Anderson of Hedge ville was the guest of his brother JW Anderson Sunday Eev C II Neal left for his home Monday after a two weeks visit in this community Rev E Edward pastor of the Eng list Baptist Church at Pa when suffering with rheumatism was advised to try Chamberlains Pain Balm IIesaysA applications of ntprovedofgreatservice tome Inflammation and relieved the pain ferer profit bj glyeing Pain4 Balm a trial it will please me For sale by E E McEoberts Druggist 1m The War Picture The entertainment given in with the Y M C A was so well ttended Friday night that it was the following evening The pictures fairly good but crowd was kept waiting til nine oclock before proper connectioncould made i elegant Respectfully Pneumonia lat irritation hoarseness ill Rev appointment Saturday contractor Remedy part family formerly learned immediately ight Saturday after I Jew this linhn Its edthe any sut connection repeated witl the electric Ug t wires T I C comm S C p Mel DIcCr Miners Should t w were a Sys s r off u tops en eary villa rife I 1m Ta in G is D J BRY ANTSVILLE We arc delighted at ie prospects a new railroad through our town Richard MsiGnith Jr formerly of the Second Kentucky is clerk in the U S Recruiting Office at Lexington salary at 45 per month While on a visit to his parents he joined the Chris tian church at Pleasant Grove Sun Jay Jake Nevius is quite sick at this writing J W Poor who has been on the sick list we are glad to learn is out again Mrs Hughes and fami ly visited relatives here Sunday B F Jennings from Paint Lick visit this week Mrs A S Has elden will go to the city about the 20th for her spring and summer millinery Mrs Taylor Burdett visited rela tives in Burgin Sunday Mrs Bo ner of Camp Nelson visited relatives here this week Miss Scott of Nich olasville is visiting her father Todd scott If your child is cross or peevish it is no doupt troubled with worms WHITES CREAM VEEMIFUGE will remove the worms and its tonic effect restore its cheerfulness Price 25 cents C C J E Stormes Mr Jake Clouse bought a calf from George Miller for 12 Charlie Graves bought Mr Normans Dock Hunts and Bob Kavanaughs crops of tobacco Jason Rose has moved to Lancaster with his Rev Ira Par ton Charlie billion of this neighbor hood bought a fat hog from A J Hammack for 7 Miss Fannie Rigsby and Mr Jim were married Wednesday the 8th by Rev McIIutchings Mr Sinclair Cords children have the measles Dr Farris is the attend ing physician Several other persons this vicinity are sick W Moss and tins J A Butts Mrs G W Elam is numbered with the sick this week Mr Clouse and family spent Sunday at his wifes fath ers Wm Coldiron For a quick remedy and one that i perfectly safe for children let us rec ommend One Minute Cough Cure It excellent for croup hoarseness tick ling in the throat and coughs Stormes JUDSON Mitch Lane bought of Mr Carter a nice cow Price 2250 Farmers of this section are very busy breaking hemp and sowing to bacco beds James Parks bought a lot of shoats from George Grow at SJcts Mr Grow also bought of Abner Ray some hogs at 330 Mr A D Ford has returned from Jellico where he has been with his brotherinlaw C DPeacock who is very sick Mr and Mrs Jack Turner visited relatives at Teatersville Saturday John Lane called on his best girl evening James Judson has moved from this place near town Edd Grow attended preaching at Sunday night Mr George Grow and wife visited her father Mr Raney near Chapple Saturday and Sunday Mrs Spoonamore of is visiting her sister Mrs Walls Willie Whitaker made a business trip to Lexington last week Messrs Willie and Walter Grow attended preaching at Buckeye Sunday Mrs Sue Grow visited Ifer brother John Simpson who is very sick last week Give me a liver regulator and I can regulate the world said a genius The druggist handed him a bottle of DeVitts Little Early Risers the fa SWEENEY S Morgan bought 15 shoats from David Anderson- S Morgan shipped a car load of hogs to Cincinnati Saturday O B Perkins sold 3 hogs to Wm Lawson at Sicts per lb Miss Stella Dishon returned home after an extended visit to relatives in Livingston Mr Logue Thompson and daughters Susie and Annie and Mrs Liddie White of Mt Vernon came down on Friday to attend the burial of Miss Wadie Thompson Miss Hattie House of Gilberts Creek spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Taylor Honse Miss Austin opened a select school at Beazeleys school On Thursday evening March 9th at5 oclock Miss Nadia Lee Thompson a bright and noble of this place died of She had been suffering for some months with that fatal disease and everything thatmoney loving friends and skilled done to alleviate her sufferings and restore her to those who loved hQr well But all in vain py suffering and pain Wadie gave up earthly joys in youth and yut hertrust in her Savior She was born Feby 27 1878 and was oldest daughter of J J and Mary Thompson Her funeral was conducted by Rev W T B White at her home on Friday oclock and she is now with Savior Her bands are sweetly folded On her t till and breast For her heart has ceased its beatings her spirit j at rest i r t 111 ell here natural 0 FLATWOOD father nlaw Miss Kingfisher Store Sunday Antioch Hubble DrugStore Fannie house lIonday physicians aftern- Oon at2 J J 41 j7 j vJ c S nkersley FI rug consumption coulddo has lapLand the her lsel epa a And f good L Mt by and the 1 2 5 can 11 on PREACHERSVILLE Rev Mahona preached here last Snnday Mr John Anderson is having very luck selling trees Walter Warren who was shot ago is improving John Richerson has lost over s hundred dollars worth of stock this winter Miss Wadie Thompson died at her home last Thursday evening Imd was brfried at the Newland burial grounds Friday She died in triumph of a liv ing faith F Thompson and daughter of Vernon was here Saturday Mrs M A Lambert and neice of Crab Orchard spent Saturday night with Mrs J L Hutchins Six Strong Feints The program to be heard at the Court House on April 1 contains vocal renditions by the peerless Schubert Lady Quartette delightful selections by their Mandolin and Club petite morsels of music and mirth by the wonderful little child violinist and comedian Master Parcel comic and serious readings the entertainer Mr Louis McPike artistic contralto and soprano solos Many a Laugh Pleasing the people is a trade with Schubert Symphony Club and Quartette and their program lots of fun of a relined nature as well as a wealth of fine music Hear them April 1 QUEEN CRESCENT Low States National Convention Union Reform Party of Ohio Cincinnati 0 March 1899 Annual Convention National Womans Suffrage Association Grand Rapids Mich April 27 to May 1899 National Society Sons of the Ameri Revolution Detroit Mich May 1 1899 American Library Association Atlanta Ga May 820 1899 Annual Encampment G A R of Tennessee Rockwood Tenn May 10 1899 From points in Tennessee BUENA VISTA Go to J E Scotts for your Plows and Plow points lIe can supply your wants 4t Dr Cley of Danville preached at the Presbyterian church last Sunday morning at 11 oclock and in the even ing at 7 oclock Several of our citizens went to last Monday on business Some of our neighbors have put in bids for the contrrct to put the metal the turnpike from Logan Isous to Thislers mill Tom Ball of this place is running a market wagon twice a week to Har rodsburg and from the looks of the loads he hauls there is lots of market stuff yet There is talk of a saw mill coming to Buena Vista and there is no doubt but this would be a paying business A D Scott lost a valuable mare with lock jaw last week The farmers are getting in a few days hemp breaking and plowing this week Mr Henry Smith of this place and one of the best farmers of this end of Garrard is making arrangements to sow fifty bushels of clover seed Henry says that this is the best fertilizer he can use James B of near this shipped a car load of nice horses to Atlanta Georgia last Monday Logan Scott was on business in Jes samine county near Sulphur Well one day last week C F Ison was in Wilmore last on business in regard to his family to the property he re cently bought in that town Several of our farmers have planted irish potatoes and are now making preparations to sow oats Mrs John Christopher who has been visiting her mother near Lexington returned home last Friday Mr and Mrs Will Baker of Versailes visited her father Mr Jas B Robinson last Saturday and Sunday A Physician 2 Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Formula on each package CURES YOUR COUGH IN A DAY 25 50c It Ji jicKoberts fruit sometime beautiful Guitar Tommy I Lady contains Ult American Convention Lancaster Leaven village moving Price I Saturday a A BUSINESS You Are Going North You Are Going South if You Are Qoing East If You Are Going fifes PURCKA8C TICKETS VIA THE I LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE R AND 89 SC5UR9 The Maximum of Safety The Maximum ofSpaed The Maximum of Comfort The Minimum of Rates Rates Time and all other information will be cheerfully furnished by C P ATMORC a p A v Or by LomsviliE K R KINNASHSS Insurance Agency Representing Over In the following Fire Insurance Companies Ulna of Hartford Queen f America National of Pliemx Rrfiuklyn- Hartford of Jrtfjrrt Manchester of England Connecticut of Hartford North British and 2u refcautHe j Sermia Auijrican of Ne w York Liverpool and London and Globe I also represent the old reliable Haw York 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a permanent cure It also cures itch itch scald head sore nipples itching piles chapped hands sore eyes and granulated lids Dr Condition Potrders for horses are the best tonic blood purifier md vermifuge Price 25 cents Sold by RE McKoberts Drtipjfst Lancaster TREES PLANTS VINES Fruit and ornamental Trees Shrubs fruits and for Orchard Lawn and We employ no agents but sell direct at reasonable prices Strawberry and Tree Catalogue on application to H F HILLENMEYER phone 279 Lexington Ky SOLICITED X LiA tELL D JUHI89INBOTRLV LKWIiI YLATBLL G UXGIBIS Skin Diseases Sprin 1899 small everything Garden M uOa000 Cash JJwaLSltle r o c EDUCATION If alitlutclv nc ces ry to the ycnifman or young woman who would win experienced each one a specialist in his lineGraduates college bouses Write fora book testimonials from graduatesprominent positions all over the United awtea U will occupy lug iI S to you S T J X DUNN NOTARY PUBLIC BRYANTS VILLE KENTUCKY Surveyor ant Apt for AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO KaiHfS 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COURIER JOURNAL is theequal of many doilies and the superior of all other papers It prints more real news more good class mrtter more pood stories than any other Issued Wednesday and Saturday A good commission to ngents Sample on application Write to COURIERJOURXA CO LOUISVILLE K BY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT YOU CAN GET TUB CENTJIAL RECORD AND TIlE COURIER JOURNAL Both One Year for Only 8125 This is for cash subscrIptions only All sub scriptiuna under this combination offer mnst be sent through TilE CENTBAZ RECORD Office Queen Crescent Route PASSES DANVILLE KdRTH BOUND Snmber 10 Daily except Sunday 609 a m 6 Daily Stop 113 pm Dally Flag 356 a m Number 2 dont stop 3 Cpm SOUTH BOUND Number Vumber 5 CDrtily except U5 ftmVnmber9 unity except Sunday 755 pm UjHnm 50 YEARS EXPERIENCE A C Robinson W t YOU GET MoE1E free umber umber 4 Sop U50 am Sllmber 3 DTTIST copte ll iCE AWEEK 1dont TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS Acsending asketch and description may our entfrea Oldeet agency for Patents taken Munn Co rccelratpeciol notice without charge lathe Sckttlific JitterkaiiA illustrated weekly air cultlon of cienttBe Terms 3 ayear months fL Sold byall newidealenu q 1 ri olce r It JG a Anyone Communicationsa four 3i- Sreaek Wa tea r- y rca WE MUST OF BUYERS Our SPRING LINE is BETTER and LARGER than Ever y b v For The BENEFIT Df e Na ion HAVE AN INCREASE IN ThE ARMY Before to i Y j 9 c rjjfNoticeJ I H Uptodate Neckware SHOES In the State IIIt jiiIIIIii JIIix WEARING EST i b I Our stock of CLOTHING selected from Best Eastern Markets JL Fro 7 x T H E iLOB E Dauville i SATISFACTION GUARANTEED ff Goo New Line of Veilings We have just received a nice line of the Newest Designs in Face Veilings embracing White Chiffon Chenille Dots Etc all pretty and desirable styles Respectfully NOEL SISTERSPhone 85 Vj r Ill o i CENTRAL RECORD THURSDAY March IG1899 oooooooooooooooooooooc o Prof Poague of Kirksville was in town Tuesday Miss Nellie Dilion has been visiting relatives in Stanford Victor Leavell made a business trip to Danville Saturday Mrs Sam Salter of Lexington is visiting Mrs Tom Elkin Miss Ilallie Hamilton has been friends in Louisville Miss Harriett Rice is visiting her sister Miss Sallie Lou Myers Mr Malcom Gill has been quite sick this week but is better today The Social and Industrial club met with Miss Lizzie Thompson last week Ben Herndon is now behind the ounters of the Logan Dry Goods Co Miss Allie Anderson has returned from a pleasant visit to Gallatin Tenn Sunday Miss Mattie Powell of is the charming guest of Miss Elizabeth Thompson Mr A R Arnold of Bryantsville is visiting Geo Arnold and family this week Paul Miller spent Sunday and Mon day with his parents Col and Mrs Jno Miller Mrs Elizabeth Denny has taken rooms with Mrs Susan Anderson on Danville ave Miss Lottie Maidwell of Campbells vine is the charming guest of Mrs W I Williams Miss Nannie Gaines of Georgetown College has been spending several days with leer parents Miss Bettie L Arnold has returned home after a very pleasent visit to near Buckeye Miss Helen Thurmond who has been Mrs U D Simpsons guest has to Stanford Casey Owsley a Lexington lawyer lias been spending several days with his sister Mrs W R Cook Mrs Emma Kauffman and hand some son Clay have returned from a visit to Richmond relatives Miss Bessie Arnold of Ilyattsville is the guest of her sister Mrs J B Saunders on Richmond ave Miss Ollie Smith a bright and at Remember that ac counts are Due and it is absolutely Jfecessary That I have the money This notice is for Every who owes me Kiss Saffls Tilktt l i PERSONFill 86oooooocvcoOoooodOooocoo8 L HUt niHe relatives returned fl ease my 1 7 Y I 7 l p i 3 r r i I visiting r1f t 1 Letlr P i I i t c t t f w t jr jM Y body i t ST Jyy v t tractive young lady of London has been visiting Miss Lizzie Brown Mrs E Vauhuss and son George Dewey of Lexington are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Pollard Mesdames Scott Farris of Crab Orchard and Kate Middleton of Har rodsbmg have been Mrs Geo Farris guests Miss Mary Welch a lovely young lady of Uicholasville is being enter tained by her friend Miss Mattie Elkin Miss Lizzie Simpson after a few days visit to Miss Lizzie Thompson has returned to her home in Lower GarrardFrank B Marksbury returnnd to Bryant Stratton College Tuesday greatlyimproved Miss Mae Ware after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs R E McRob errs left this week for her home in Hopkinsville Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura Smith left Tuesday to spend the week in Louisville and Cincinnati buying spring millinery Mrs W I Williams entertained a few friends Monday evening in honor of her visitor Miss Lottie Maidwell of Campbellsville T J Hatcher and E W Harris says the reason Judge M D Hughes has gained in flesh since going to is because he is where he gets a square meal During Judge Saufleys absence Hon R C Warren is warming the woolsack on the circuit court bench Judge amongGarrard Miss Jennie Burnside of Lancaster Aho is the guest of Miss Lettie Brown of the county came in yesterday to make a short stay together with Brown with their friend Mrs Mamie Herald QMiss Maggie Tomlinson entertained the Social and Industrial club Wed nesday afternoon at midwinter pic nic Quite a crowd was present and two hours were spent pleasantly The club yill meet next Wednesday with Misses Marrs and Kinnaird Stanford Journal Messrs Letcher Owsley and Will Hamilton were here Saturday Mrs P J Warner of Garrard was the guest of Mrs J W Perrin Judge M C Saufley who is considerably run down in health has gone Crab Orchard for a few weeks to recuperate Col D G Colson is expected Middlesboro from Washington this week He has recovered sufficiently from his wounds to be able to attend to business and travel on with out inconvenience H is mother whose illness was mentioned in last issue Chamberlains Cough Remecy 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 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 danger ous attacks of croup it has cured often saving the life of the child The exten sive use of it for whooping cough has shown that it robs that disease of all dangerous consequences It is prized by mothers for their chi dren as is never fails to effect speedy cure and because they have found that there is nottoe least danger in giving it even to babies as it contains big injurious JIcRob erts Druggist 1m s u t I I I Liberty ThompsonLexington afternoon a thecars part especially Sold by n E t 1t a iris noth Foleys Honey and Tar Cough Medicine is unquestionably the best remedy for the Throat and Lungs Pleasant to take and is GUARANTEED 1m C C J E Stormes has greatly improved in health Miss Alice Hudson left Tuesday for a months visit to Augusta Ga Miss Carrie Currey has returned from a visit to Mrs Gaines in Danville Mr Jiio E Stormes has been confined to his room several days this week by illness Mr John M Logan of the Logan Dry Goods Co is in the Eastern cities this week purchasing spring goods He will spend most of the time in New York visiting the leading whole sale houses Having traveled many years for wholesale houses he is thor oughly up on buying which is the most essential point in the goods boaness Mr and Mrs P W Spencer left this week for New Albany their future home They leave many friends here who regret their departure but wish them much happiness in their new home Mr Spencer will be greatly missed in the K P lodge where he always stood ready to defend erring brethren and help all who chanced to make mistakes Mr Joe F Waters of Stanford is here this week working up the Rank of the Knights of Pythias He is an enthusiastic K P and has the ritual on his tongues end Mr Waters spent many years of his life in the Stanford Journal office and is a printer of much ability beside being as clever a gentleman as ere the sun shone on With Mr at Danville Mr W I Williams at Lancaster and Mr John Chandler Jr at Richmond the Eighth Congressional District is hon countysbrightgaged in the practice of law They are an honor to their families to their county and to their State Campbells ville Enquirer Brave Men Fall Victims to stomach iver and kidney troubles as well as women and all feel the result in loss ofappetite poisons in the blood backache nervousness and tired run down feeling But theres no need to feel like that Listen to J W Gardner Idaville Ind Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is all rundown and dont care whether he lives or dies It did more to give me new anything and have a new lease on life Only 50 cents at R E McRoberts Dont Forget Your Home Paper Do the city papers say anything in regard to your locality asks an Do they contain n6tices of your schools lodges and the hundreds of local matters of interest your home paper publishes Nut an item Do they publish a word calculated to draw trade to your town and your And yet there are men who take contracted views in this who think it they dont get as many square inches of reading matter in their home paper are not getting the worth of their money It reminds one of the man who took the largest pair of boots in the box because the price was the same as the pair that him Take the papers if you want one but dont let it crowd the local paper out of your home Millions Given Awajr Itis certainly gratifying to the public to know of one concern in the land who are not afraid to be generous to the needy and suffering The propri etors of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds have given away over trial bot ties of this great medicine and have the satisfaction of knowing it has abso lutly cured thousands of hopeless case Asthma Bronchitis Hoarsness and all disease of the Throat Chest and Lungs are sure cured by it Call on R E McRoberts Druggist and get a free trial bottle Regular size 50e and i Every bottle guaranteed or price funded r j Endowment Pur ear headache list ss He says anything guaranteed exchange enterprise fitted city 1 e i Nf matt ten mijlion 8 4 Corn is being delivered in Boyle county at 175 There is one wheat field in of 25000 acres covering an area of milesA dealer shipped 1000 dozen eggs to Havanna and got 160 a dozen for them Johnston Durham of Clark county sold 15 hogsheads of tobacco in at Hi cents per pound Much pain and uneasiness is caused by piles sparing neither age nor sex TABLERS BUCKEYE PILE OINT VENT cures the most obstinate cases Price 50 cts in bottle tubes 75c 1m C C J E Stormes Farmers in Garrard are greatly with their work and the contin ued wet weather is causing much alarm A Winchester dealer has bought 8 000 worth of skins of animals caught this year in Clark county They were mostly skunks A lot of Bourbon county cattle went into a tobacco barn for shelter during the last snow and twenty of them di ed from eating the tobacco On account of the great loss by the cold spell a many sheep men through out the State are buying lambs for June and July at 5 cents You can be cheerful and happy only when you are well If feel out of sorts take HERBINE it Aill brace you up Price 50 cents 1m C C J E Stormes Not long ago a business man was the question What is the between a farmer and a The answer was A farmer is a farmer who is always hard up a stockman is a farmer who has money to spare The demand for mutton is not increasing in this country but the markets are continually calling for more lambs In these there is the more profit for they are sold as soon as they have reached the proper age and there isho waste in the keeping of them J Sheer Sedalia Mo conductor on electric street car line writes that his little daughter was very low with croup and her life saved after all had failed only by using One Minute Cough Cure Stormes Prices of prime beeves in Chicago average about 595 with a tinge of 30 cents for quality Export and steers run from 180 tqSSTO good dressed beef from 470 to 540 Fair to medium steers average about 425 fair to good heifers 380 heifers 335 to 350 There is not much haggling when the farmer offers the city buyer the 1800 pound draft horse the continual cry is for more of them Even though a farmer be hard up he should not listen to the low offers made by There never will be an overproduction of such Before the discovery of One Minute Cough Cure ministers were greatly disturbed by coughing congregations No excuse for it now Stormes Electrical appliances have been used effectively with balky horses The pressing of the button develops latent energy which the whip will not It seems to work well also the stump sucker if the wire is placed along the manger to give a shock whenever he grabs the manger or with his teeth The total number of western hogs killed last week was 425000 45000 less than in the previous week The total for four months of winter packing is about 0725000 1250000 in excess of lastyear but less than was estimated two months ago The weeks export clearances were liberal 33000000 compared with 32186000 in week of last year The results of an indulgence in food or drink are promptly rectified without pain or discomfort by taking a few doses of HERBINE Price 50 cents C C J E Stormes 1m The losses of cattle on the western Nebraska range reported light A California nab Cincinnati deliver you a difference stock- man and rapidly physicians Drug- Store shipping feeding overprices animals Drug- Store upon feed- box corresponding h t f cao h r r C behind S sked speculators over are reporter suggestively says that the plan of wintering cattle on has been abandoned and abun dance of hay is now furnished which keeps the stock in good condition in the severest weather Reports from Wyoming say the winter losses are not more than 3 or 4 per cent The Journal says the public sale at the residence of D H Arnold two miles northeast Nicholasville lIarch 8th conducted by E B Hoover agent was well attended and fair prices were realized on the stock feed farming implements sold The farm containing CGJ acres of land was bought by Hardin Hunter at 4370 per acre Twenty representatives of Eastern tobacco firms are in Washington this week looping for a modification of the law regulating the sale of leaf tobac co They want the law modified so that leaf tobacco can be sold in less than hogsheads or bale lots They to sell in as small quantities as they desire The delegates represent several States and will make a hard fight for their proposition Commissioner Wilson will take the matter advisement KENTUCKY CROP REPORT Condition of Crops and Live Stock March let 1809 Reports were received this month from 153 correspondents representing 98 counties WHEAT The condition of the wheat crop De cember 1st the date of the last report was 94 compared with average Years As set out in that report there was a lengthy interval between the early sown and the late sown wheat due to an unusually wet October wheat sow ing being suspended for the greater portion of the month The early sown wheat attainecj a growth that to withstand any weather tes to which it be subjected This promise has been realized arid at this date wheat is generally reported in excellent condition Late sown wheat was barely above ground at the advent of winter and the severe it has encountered both in the early and latter parts of winter has left it in a condition that may be apt ly described as a blue prospect Whole fields now appear without a vestige of growth above ground and while a few corrrespondents venture the opinion that the roots are it will take some weeksof warm growing weather to develop the fun extent of damage Asa rule there was an ample covering of snow during the extreme cold weather of but falling as it did on an almost solid sheet of ice the benign effects of protection was in a measure lost Answers to the question Has wheat suffered from any cause during the winter state cause resulted in replies from 115 correspondents of which number 97 state that wheat suffered from freeze and 18 say it has not been appreciably damaged the winter Heavy rains particularly in the wes tern section is another source of no inconsiderable damage The condition for the State as a whole compared with average years is 80 which is a loss of 14 points since December 1st For the three years the condition on March 1st was as follows 1898 92 1897 88 1896 88 The three sections separately show the following average as of this 70 central 85 Can Prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Gum BalsamFormula package YOUR COUGH IN A DAY j j j j 25 SOc E E McRoberts snowballs Wednesday improved want under promised early weather uninjured February Ifso pr ceding A CL Price r might during sic an L r Manhattan Shirts ARE THE BEST i Full line Stetson Hats x 2 and eastern 88 The per cent of crop of 189S still in the hands of farmers is estimated On March it was that 17 per cent of crop of pre ceding year was then in the hands of farmcjs On March 1st 187 a simi lar estimate showed 9 per cent of the old crop in farmers hands The price of wheat March 1st aver ages 8c On March 1st JS the aver age price was 0c and March 1st 97 the price was 84c CoiN Estimate on the percentage of corn crop of 1898 still in farmers hands give the amount at 42 per cent On March 1st 1SUS the per cent of crop of preceding year in hands of farmers was 44 LIVE STOCK The trying effect of the unusually severe on live stuck to some extent been mitigated by the of food among young stock and stock unprovided with sheltorthc loss has been and the intense The heaviest loss has been with lambs and pigs Some correspondents estimate the loss of lambs at 3JJ per cent of the crop Re ple shelter for the months of bad weather The conditions of the various of live stock averages as follows Horses 94 90 sheep 89 and hogs 90 The condition March 1st 1898 were 9G 95 88 and 91 respective ly Replies to the question Have you hog cholera show a notable absence 31 in the affirmative TIIE EFFECTS OF THE FEBUTTAUY COLD WAVE The period from February Gth to 14th will be remembered as a of phenomenal low temperature not onljr for the low recorded but also for nacity which this temperature was maintained a period of of some ten days the mercury rose above the zero mark of lu to 24 and even as low as 39 degrees below zero were reported this tune In to the loss and suffering of live stock already noted the injury to the fruit crop is far reaching Pea ches will not be a this year but the damage to trees is such that the crops for several years ti come be effected The same i true ofcherries and plums with the at 1st 18t3 estimated uponfarmers season temperature with finima G abundance classes correspondents ion pet ti possible exception of sour cherries Pears though injured to some extent still promise a fair yield Apples have escaped injury save the injury to trees from heavy sleet in some sections Of the small fruits raspberries have suffered most and will probably be a failure Jt is feared too that the in jury extends to the wild blackberries Strawberries have escaped injury so far Commissioner of Agriculture Crippled by Rheumatism the while One reason of this is that the remedies prescribed by the doctors the joints to swell and stiffen for twenty years even the worst cases seemed almost incurable himthatr cure for that uiinfu dis ease lIe I was a great sufferer from mus Rheumatism fortwo years I could j no permanent relief any medicine by physician took about a dozen bot ties of your S S now I am as ever was tire Jsure that medicine and I would j suffering any blood disease being Purely Vegetable goes direct to very cause of and a per manent cure results It is the only blood remedy guaranteed to con tain no mercury or other dan ton minerals Books mailed free by Swift Specifio iTompaay Atlanta Georgia findthemselves ultimately bonesS railroadconductor ct rom i 1 lam rdcured me i from Rheumatismispropertreatment aggravatesthe SSeS teBlood kSands M your recommend it one 4 o I AM 88 YEARS OLD and never naed any equ i to lir Bells PineTar Honey It Rl vesqnicSamVppnnonent relief In gripQ3 well ricoQghs and colds weak 1 ones strong Mrs M A Metatlfe leakEy SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottles Only 25c SOc and 100 Sizes BE SURE YOU GET rl I II cf 1 H fjf U riJlsliUUCIIIi1It mara V t llc r ahies Sing oat teas cld Ring in the new Eing cut do false We bring to you the new and true from the piney forests of Norway BELLS Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and nIl inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are the microbebearing mucus is cut the cause of that tickling is removed and the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there is no inclination to cough IT Ping is the true DFt PiTrHoneyV out u rr y exhilarated Florida Havana 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 i The Train Service is per i3T fed in detail Fast sched N ules 24 hours to Jackson v 1 ville 54 hours X I Cincinnati to Havana WQPoMlulsct RPA a 4 os- iiNTtAGO a cstol JiJcindanati u irt3 V td 1a 1d li ro- a J n f F a r r r m 1 r fir r tp P iN 4 f x iHs I win close out AT NET WHQLBMLUCOST y entire stock Consisting of I have decided to accept a position as traveling salesman with a shoe house and in order to do that I must close but this stock Now this is NO FAKE THEY MUST GO no matter how great the sacrifice This sale will last ONLY SIXTY DAYS At the expiration of that time I will send what is left to an aiictionhonse in the city and have them sold at what ever they will bring Come early while you have a nios assortment to select from This sale begins today This stock is all NEW no old styles Ky r j 1 t O1J TQ l H on J 4 I i 1 liJtf C m i V it5i7 OO4 1 Boots SlloesGentsFurnishing Goods Etc JBmrra 9fI mrrd n 1 t C3 ir ISa 1JanCi tell1 f VIt Wi1WMt LIt il gjri srth SideNs v CONSUMPTION CURED Er Ottos Gum Balsam will cure any case of consumption if taken in time starts a cough or cold This is where consumption gets its start and if you win use Gun ISalcam you care the conpb heal the lungs and throat ad avoid the most dreaded cousumption Delay in attending to a couch may cost you life Large size bottles Price 2sc and Vic Fcr sale II E XcPoberts Aditional Local A note from Joe Gaines says lie joined the regulars at Lexington went from there to San Francisco and is now on the waters bound for Main la Gaines was a member of the company in the Second Kentucky The War wired T Johnston recruiting ollicer at Lexington Ky to enlist colored ap plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser vice scmlingthc former to Fort Grant and the latter to Fort Salt Lake City This cciicrt opportunity for young men to get into the regular Army Recruit for white Infantry and regiments are also wanted Apply to LIEUT W T JOHNSTON f10tf Main St Lexington Ky Exclianjre Potts Bros have established an ex change at the residence of Mrs Cunninghams on Depot street and will keep on hand flour meal shipstuiT etc 10 exchange for wheat They will erect a large bullbing within the next A number of people hereabouts have caused much annojance by a breaking out on the neck and chin of ugly sores They itch incessantly bring forth eiissivords fat and furious fro the sufferer Doctors give it a nain about is lour as a clothesline buts the one nn erging the torment caKs it bade j Sprsi Nulls Maid your orders for suits until you see Vanainaker IJrowns spring sa n lcs They arc 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 on you in my absence M HUGHES Agent Iie Coldest Veatlicr The CourierJournal prints the following This first cold snap of u hich there appears to Lo any autLoutic record occarcd In the year 40G when the Kuxhse Sea was frozn over for twenty days From October 7C3 to the follow lug Felmujiry the s ns about Constantinople were frozen n hundred miles from shore A cold wave is said to have swept over England on iv midsummer day in IVXi in 10i 3 the Thasnts was irozen over for fourteen week From November 1070 till the fo lowing April England had exceptionally cold weather The Cottegut WitS tntirely floztfii in 1111 In cold was so intcus that the birds sought shelter in the towisol Germany In T4CO the Baltic was frozen sad passengers crossed Dfiimurk and Sweden lu 1501 the Uhinu and the Scheldt and sea were frozen Uirdu perlsti in England Use for ett trees were split and tlc Thames was covered with eleven inches of ice Jn In 121 tLc cold drove the wolves Into Vienna where attiirktd people in the streets The ol was a hard one thronghoat Europe The winters of IblO and 181 was especial v notable by the awful Russian ci m j ign of Napoleon On Januaiy 1SW the cold was so intense in parts of Norway that fjtlck silver froze and persons exposed to atmos phere lost their breath In 1055 the cold was in the United States the mercury con gealing in Korihe u Indiana in Januury The cold was aro notable in January and February 1S5G December 2 1WO Januarys 18C1 Deciln her 174 and January 18S1 j i i I I s will 05fl iTLtnlla oyorcd Ill rli Arizona is wex colored few willwait D i between nice liSt the JiBS bJ I I diseases slit Lancaster Department has Lt- v Douglass Cavalry weeks arn111trJlsec beta C I lI- the ttl whit r tender the eve e i ed TRAGEDY AT A PARTY Sam licbcrtson Shoots His Sweetheart lie lCeists Arrest lUll Is Killed by the Town Marshal La Grange LA GKAXGB Ky Mareh14 bunday morniug at a Negro festival Sam Rob ertsou shot and fatally vounded his sweetheart Minnij Marshall with whom he had quarreled Robertson in resisting arrest fired several shots at the officers and was killed by Victor Lee town marshal only one shut taking effect Robertson desperate character and was greatly feared by the 1 irctl Five Times RICHMOND Ky March 12 Herman Dudley late of the 4th Kentucky and a scene here on Irvine street by attacking Wright Hamilton ail employe of Hamiltons broom factorj shooting at him five times at coso range but without effect Dudley esrpcd and is now being pursued by officers John Henry Franklin paused GLASGOW Ky March 11 John Henry Franklin a white man aged 40 years was hung in the jail yard hero Friday morning at 71S oclock for the assassination of his motherinlaw Mrs Mary Coleman Uowles on tho night of September 10 last His neck was broken in the fall and he died in 11 minutes Distillery Sold LEXINGTON Ky March 15 The Woodland distillery was sold Monday to satisfy a 17000 judgment against Col 11 L Crigler obtained by the Loan and Building association of Louisville It was knocked down to Garland II Bullock for 531000 after a lively contention with a representative- of the whisky trust to Uc Investigated LEXINGTON Ky March in vestigutioii of the recent democratic primary election is to be made by tho givud jury next week summons hav ing been issued for Mayor Simrall City Solicitor Kinkead and others who com that they were defeated through fraud The Court Not liable PiMHXo inrn Ky March 14 The 10000 damage suit against County Judge Litsey and others was decided in favor of the defendants This suit grew out of the arrest and imprison ment of James Gray and James nett for their failure to work turn pipes I apt Tliomas J Ilemictt Dead IADUCAII Ky March 14 Thomas J Bennett of Livington county Ken lucky died here Saturday He was the largest land owner in Livingston county lIe was a captain in the Third Kentucky confederate volun tecrs Man Crushed By Logs EIIZADETHTOWX Ky March 15 Leo Cunningham who resides in Grayson met a violent death Monday morning He was skidding logs when two of them got from under his control cd over the unfortunate man and crushed his life out Rate on Franchises Fixed PADUCAII Ky March council Monday night after a lively discussion fixed the assessment on franchises at the rate of 50 cents on the log This basis was a compro Died of Spinal Meningitis PADUCAH Ky March 14 Louis Connor aged 30 years died Smiths Landing Ky of spinal meningitis Sunday This makes about GO deaths in this section in the past two months from the same disease j iat wasa community ere Friday I Swings i I illrimnr HAn plain roll 15The I a ha ci misc hear i I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I 1 I I I FOLEYS HONEY m TAR I I IS THE CREAT iI THROAT and LJNC REMEDY I 1I I I I I I IkI f I I r I I I I I I rL 1OBlI B srl E f if I f A TIMELY HINT You should be wise and see that your blood is rich and and whole system put in a perfectly healthy condition use of Dr German Liver Powder Then yon and the Dr Carlstedts German Liver Powder the best medicine money can buy For your Cold try Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam Price 25o and SOo Bottle For sale by R E McRoberts AN UNUSUAL INDICTMENT ol luck Chiim Indicted by the Grand Jurylit Iesingtoit for Common Xul- saiico A Noted Character LEXINGTON Ky March the result of an assault made by Col Jack Chinn upon lIon C J Bronston in the lobby of the Phoenix hotel last the grand jury Tuesday returned indictment against Chinn for a com mon nuisance by using insulting abusive indecent and riotous language for the purpose of provoking an as sault The indictment is very un usual Chinn is known all over the country as politician and men horse starter He is a fine pistol shot and is consid ered a thoroughly fearless man He went to Nevada this winter to assist in the reelection of Senator Stewart He lead the famous Blackburn sena torial fight in ISJU FULLY EXONERATED Holds Blameless the Ofilccrs Who Shot and Killed layette Jones at EDiton EIKTOX Ky March 15 Coroner J W Stephens held an inquest over the remains of Fayette Jones killed Mon by city officers while resist arrest The verdict of the jury signed by five men that Fayette Jones came to his death from a pistol shot received white resisting arrest by town officers We further exonerate olllcers flom all blame The examining trial of Charles and Pate Jones and Will Gray implicated with Fayette Jones in Monday nights shooting was held here Tuesday after noon before County Judge Duffy They were released under a bond of 250 each for their appearance at the court tccrcase In the Sale of Whisky LOUISVIILK Ky March 14 There has boon a great decrease in the of whisky in the past two weeks Holders expect prices to advance still farther and are keeping off for larger profits An investigation has also re vealed the fact that there are 50 din tillerScs in Kentucky not in the com bilge The most of these are small however and the is buying them up steadily Jack Chinn Indicted LEXINGTON Ky March 13 The grand jury here Saturday found an indictment against Jack Chinn charging him with breach of the peace Indicted was not It is believed it grew out of the trouble with Uronston Wednesday when Chinn cursed the latter The penalty for the offense is limited to a fine or 50 days in jail Uradleys Health FKAMIFORT Ky March 15 Gor Bradleys friends arc deeply concerned in regard to his visit to Mt Clemens Mich The governor among other is suffering from gout but his condition is not regarded as serious it is feared that he may not re cuperate sufficiently to take part in the state campaign as he intended to do if his health will permit Winchester It LEXINGTON Ky March 10 The com mTttej for the Second railroad district met here Wednesday afternoon and issued a call for a at Win chester April 26 to nominate a demor cratic candidate for railroad commi sioner County conventions to select delegates will be held April 15 for Governor LOUISVILLE Ky March 14 Con gressman Al Merry Newport was in Louisville Monday and there is an interesting afloat to the effect that he may enter the democratic gu bernatorial Dr Ottos Gum Balsam A physician can prescribe Dr Ottos Spruce Is on in a day to Children cry for Large Price 25c and For Beautiful Comiifexfon Us Dr Carlstedts German Uysr Pswssr For sale E E XoEobeits t b will be free from malaria typhoid fever colds grip a J 15As Wednesday Ian The Coroners Jury daynight I I circuit sale- sr formallyreturned 100 tyGov ailments Got convention rumor race sam lre our s g1fiif 4 i 1 ins was combine regular while Berry Cures pleasant What swindlers these beggars are just met n blind man and he said give me some charity beautiful lady O he probably said that only to con vince you that hes really tige Blaettcr A Itcltectlon We labor for the things of earth And set much value on them Nor realize their worthlessness Until we try to pawn them Brooklyn Life Her Mcaiiius and Ills Scribbles My new book will be out soon 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