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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 16, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 cen1899031601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 16, 1899 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. pie NINTH YEAR. WEEKLY BY LOUIS LANDRAM, PUBLISHED Cor. Public Square and Vauville Avenue. J 3 cfor MARCH 16, 1899. Social Club, MasonTERM3 OF SUBSCRIPT! fl.OO per year in Adnavee. Entered at the Pqst Office in Lancatter, Ky., at Second Clat$ Matter.', LANCASTER, EX, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, A Few of our Low Prices Mens Saddles $2.75, $4.50, $5.00 and up. $7.50 A good set of Ilarness, Extra heavy blind bridles at 75c and 95c LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Smoke the Proctor-Knott cigar. Thj best Collar known at 2 gjod Back Bands for A good all Leather Collar Trace Chains per par 75c 25c 85c 25c Carpets in the roll. J. A. Beazley & Co. Maple trees for Spring planting. J. 0. Thompson.v See our line of Wagon BreechClover, Timothy & Blue grass seed T. Currey's. ing, Check Lines, Hames, Hanie cheap at Straps, Collar Pads, etc., before "We are better prepared than ever to J. A. Beazley & Co. sell you carpets. buying. For Sale Also the Best Two Horse A Ccottage Upright Baldwin piano. tf. S. B. Henry, Wagon ever brought to Lancaster, Good as new. it gives entire satisfaction. Look Clover, Timothy, Blue Grass, Orch at it before buying. ard Grass and Seed Oats, G. at . GAIXES'. ), R. HASELDEN. W. I. Williams, Wanted. Eggs and Chickens". Good price paid. Bring them in before prices drop. II. BXortheott. Col. W. G. Welch, Stanford. Lancaster. WELCH k WILLIMS Attorneys at Law, Lancaster Ky. All business attended to promptly Graham, Xutricious and Digestable. Nothing like it. II. C. Potts, Buck eye, Ky. 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, Try Potts "Whole "Wheat Flour or 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 Ilerring's school-hous- e on the new Danville pike, Monday, March 20th. School Tax. The Garrard Circuit Court has decided that the Lancaster Graded Common School is on a legal basis and that the school tax must be paid and unless paid at once levies and sales will be made. By order of the Board of E. "W. Ilarris, Coll'r. Trustees. Par Your BEAZLEY OAUGHMM. FUNERAL DIRECTORS, New House. J. R. Hill, the lightining contractor 4JtTERIAL and CAVITY EM and builder, has just completed a two story house for A. B. Brown, Jr., on BALMING a SPECIALTY. Lexington pike, below toll gate. Mr. Furniture, Carpets, , Lancaster, Ky. &c. Hill is a line builder. He lias just, made arrangements with his brother, who owns a sawmill in Knox county, to get nut 30,000 feet of best poplar, which he will use in lilling his contracts SPffll 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 showas big a line as we have, and no store in this section HAS THE GRIT TO MATCH THESE PRICES: MEWS SOFT 2. 1 .50 nd 3.00 and STIFF MATS II. ISO, Full line JOHN B. STETSON HATS direct from factory, at $4 $4.5H nf 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 $2.50. Those who have worn our Sample Shoes know what they are. Come early and get first choice. New line Spring Neckwear. New Goods coming in every day. ' LOGAN AND ROBINSON, Eddie Earl Hagan. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hagan were call LfAfHER Stocking!' ed to Richmond Saturday by the death Mrs. Jno . E. Pattrlck Bargains in Clocks at Thompson of Eddie EarLHagan, who died on the The remains of Mrs. Rosa Pattrick, 10th. The remains were laid to rest wife of Jno. E. Pattrick, were interred A Proctor Knott cigar brings .joy to in the Richmond cemetery. in the Lancaster Cemetery Tuesday the snloker. morning. Mrs. Pattrick was a daughF. and A. HI. Choice flower seeds in bulk at very ter of Capt. Thos Richards, now proThe first degree was conferred at low prices. J. C. Thompson, lodge Monday night. prietor of the Clemens Hotel, Danville. the Masonic She was in her 42nd year and, beside 'Wanted. There are now three candidates duly her husband, leaves two small children, Car Iron and Bones. II. B. IJorth-cot- t. elected and work is to be done at each one five years and the other four meeting for some time to come. weeks old. Capt. Richards and family Fancy Clover and Timothy Hay have many warm friends in Lancaster Barred Plymothrocka. sold and delivered anywhere in town I have a line pen of the above chick" and Garrard county who deeply symby G. S. Gaines, ens, and will sell eggs at 50 cents per pathize with them in their great loss of 15. They are medium size, Kew stock friendship hearts. En- setting Adjusted. splendid layers and mature early. graving free. f It will bs great pleasure to the Leave orders at McRoberts Drug Store. Thompson, the Jeweler. friends of Capt. Mike Salter to know R. W. McRoberts. tf that his trouble with the Louisville For Rent. Sentence Reduced. Legion has been amicably adjustedand 25 acres of sod land already plowed, Worthington has the captain completely exonerated in for Hemp. Terms on application to reduced the sentence of Jas. Tudor to issuing the clothing at Chickamauga. C. "W. Anderson. five years. Tudor figured in the kill- It will be remembered Capt. Salter ing of Marion Sebastian and a strong was appointed by Gov. Bradley to fill For Kent, The large Lodge Boom over Post effort has been made to have him par- the vacancy in the Legion made by :Our line of oHice call on W. T. "West or "W. McC doned. He was sent up for twenty the rejection of their pet quartermasone years. ter and the Legion men immediately Johnston for particulars. "W. O. Bradley set up a howl. They set about to "hot Kay Peas. There will be work in the first degree foot" Salter and were succeeding when Preached Sunday. sole at the K. P., lodge tonight. The new he called for a Board of Survev. The Rev. James Lapsley, of Danville, costumes and other paraphenalia make Board met at Louisville, Salter laid filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian Is DOTr ComPlet -the facts before it and the verdict for of Hos-- f church Sunday. Dr. McKee will re- the degree one of the prettiest a lodge given above was found. can confer. All Knights should at sume charge next Sunday. shape Evening with Ian McLaren. tend the lodge, as it is in p are un-- 1 ieryf Mean Uu. now and working to a queen's taste. Dr. Donald McDonald has consented Any man who will throw cold water to give his reading from the "Bonnie The Y. M. C. A. on a movement to benetlt his town is best wear-- ! We are showins one of Brier Bush" in Lancaster, and Let those who are really interested mean enough to graze goats on his March 25, is the time ftlio Best Lines in Central in the Y. M. C. A., and who are ready decided upon. grandmother's grace. Dr. McDonald has goods to be to stand by and see the organization forKentucky. You shoulA Have you a cough? A dose of Cous through, be present Sunday afternoon. given this reading with much success places. It is spoken of a sen's Honey of Tar will relieve it. There is some question if the young in number of as a 'VNight with lan McLaren" and boys Price, 25 cents and 50 cents. men really want the Y! M. C. A. If consists of selections from Dr. Watson's C. & J. E. Stormes, C. lm you do, come and say so. 1. F. Postle, book, given in the Scottish dialect and f' Hemp Wanted. also showing the difference between In the highland and the lowland dialects. Good Work. I will be at Mr. Tobe Leavel's office every day. "Will pay market price in The foundation for the hotel and The reading will be given in the An Unbreakable Corset es cash. Also have a few cultivated opera house is now being laid and is a Presbyterian church and an admission z Hemp Seed, "J8 crop, for sale. splendid piece of work. The rock is of 25 cents charged. The entire proadapted for stout Banks Hudson. being laid in a solid bed of cement and ceeds will be used in completing a little mission chappel at Laurel Fork. will be allowed to dry thoroughly be Pictures - Pictures - Pictures. fore the bricks are laid. The cellars Owsley county. "We find we can stay here only 30 are almost completed, notwithstand Lackey-B- it raslde. days, so, if you want Pictures made the interference by bad weather. The friends of Miss Addie Burns ide 18 for 25cents G positions. come at once and Mr. William II. Lackey were Good Outlook Cabinets $1.25 for 1 doz. Crouch & Prospects for a fine spring trade greatly surprised Thursday to learn Mattern, over Blue Grass Grocery. vere lwver brighter, and the mer the couple had gone to Danville to be Building. chants are preparing to bring on the married. They kept their intentions Architect J. R. Ryan, hascompleted best lines of goods thev have ever from their closest friends, and while ii.uij:oai Circuit Court. plans for a pretty residence for Mr. IT, carried. "Watch the advertising col many believed they would niarry soon, The March term of the Garrard cirM. Ballon. Dirt, has been broken and umns of The Record and you will ye't no one, save the brides parents, Promoters or the "Scheme 3Icctln cuit court convened Monday morning work commenced. Mr. Ballou's lot keep posted as to when, where and knew the event was so near at hand. AVI 111 3Iucli a?ncoiirarciiieni. promptly at nine o'clock. Judge y lies next t.o that of Mr. T. "W. Reid, what to buy. The ceremony was performed by Dr. was ill and sent lion. R. C. Waron Richmond avenue. Lapsley McKee, a near relative of the Those looking after the proposed Contractu Awarded bride, at his residence in Danville, new railroad are meeting with much ren to open and conduct the court. The Fiscal Court met Saturday to alter wnicn tne newiy wecicieu pair encouragement. Every man, through The first thing in order was selecting open digs recently advertised for returned to the groom's father's near whose premises it will run, will be the grand jury, which consumed very was McCreary. The bride is the eldest seen, and it is believed that all will little time. Judge Warren then gave putting metal on turnpikes, moved and carried that each magis daughter of Judge R. A. Burnside and readily see the advantage and agree the jury an outline of the duty devolvcrate name tne successiiu tnnuer in i grand child of the late Gen'l. W. J. to give the right of way. Eight of ing upon the members and what was his respective district and this was Land ram. The groom was proprietor the land owners (all who have been expected of them. Not much trouble done. Contracts were awarded for all of the livery stable on Public Square seen so far) readily consented and said was encountered in getting a petit roads in the county and it is hoped.the until a few days ago, when he sold the they were only too anxious to give the jury, very few having excuses for not work will be pushed with the utmost business and rented a farm near Mc right, as they see the many ways in Irving. The business to be disposed rapidity. Creary. He is a steady, sober and which it would enhance the value of of is unusually light and it is believed not more than half the three week's reliable young man and has the respect their property. miserable. time allowed will be taken up. FolThe turnpikes in Garrard are in and confidence of all who are acquaint As stated in last issue, every county lowing is a list of the miserable condition. The winter has ed with him. .Mr. and Mrs. Lackey save Garrard has already guaranteed GKAXD JURY. been the worst on the roads for many will reside on the farm he has rented. the right of way. As soon as this J. W. Dunn, foreman, S. B.Henry years, in some places they are almost question is settled, a committee will be Joe W. Adams, Tempeat.ln a Teapot. Wm. Wall, impassable. The other day a wagon We notice in our exchanges that sent to "New York City to lay the plan Roy Arnold, W. J. Rolston, stalled in town and six horses grand juries in several counties have before the president of the Southern. C. W. Anderson, Ben Swope, could not move it, so deep were the returned indictments against insur This committee will call attention to wheels sunken in the mud. As con ance companies, for "forming conspir- the short and direct line, the rich and Lafayette Brown, Chas. Ballou, Jno. W. King. tracts for repairs have been let, it is acies to raise rates." We have taken extensive coal and timber lands Jno. Bolton, PETIT JUKY. hoped the roads will soon be put in occasion to make an investigation of through which it will pass and give a J. f. Denny, Win. Woods, decent shape. this matter and come to the conclusion eneral and full statement of the re- A. D. Leavell, W. L. Allen, sources of each county. The more it that the movement against the comLine Extended. Is ick Terkins, plan Isaac Hamilton, is a town ordinance which panies is very much on the order of a is studied, the more fcasable the There Chas. Burdett, Jas. Hill, prevents the erection of any building tempest in a teapot. The companies appears, and, as stated before, if this Frank Pearce, A. D. Ford, of way, save of brick and metal between the have what is called the Kentucky and county will donate the right Jas. Mitchell, Woods Walker, Tennessee Board of Fire Underwriters, we firmly believe the road will be Alex Layton, Public Square and first alley. The J. E. Ballard, constructed. Of course there will be Council has now extended that limit whose duties it is to investigate and I. 3f. Dunn, J. G. Burnside, objectors, but you find them bobThe location of a few to the first cross street, and any estimate rates. D. C. Pu llins, every enterprise Wm. Tudor, building erected must be constructed all buildings, the facilities of a bing up against T. O. Hill, Jas. A. Scott, town to fight fire, the dangerous local- that may be undertaken. There are A. B. Brown of the above named materials. This is Jr., Jno. Merriman to 'be derived from a good law and we hope to see it enforced ity of property, etc., is, of course, to so many benefits T. Cole Gulley, W. D. Gooch. before the companies the road that we have not the spactfto to the letter. There are a number be considered George Smith, colored, was given name them, but there is one very great of excellent buildings in town and i is can possibly fix the rate. A brick and merchants two years in the penitentiary for forthe heighch of foolishness to permit house with metal roof should certainly one towethe farmers attention to and gery. wish to call not be taken at as large figures as a which near them. people to erect Lot Smith, colored, was sent up two frame house probably half a mile from that is if this road is built it will give Object to tlic School. water. This proposition is as plain as them two competing freight lines to years for perjury. Cincinnati and Louisville. By shipSeveral parties, who are opposed to the nose on a. man's face. The The case against McCoy for killing can not, as a matter of course, ping to Burgin, only ji few miles, you his the Graded School, have refused to pay about ten years ago, is theQueen&Crescent their taxes for that purpose, claiming know the exact surroundings of every get the benefit of ?et for tomorrow "We do not think piece of property in the state, and, in into Cincinnati, and, as you know, the legal techuicality. - Elmira Fry, colored, was sent to jail it necessary to go into a discussion of order to arrive at what are reasonable Southern will be a direct line tc fortfen days, convicted of petit larcer the nmnygood reasons for maintaining and equitable figures, the companies Louisville. ny. and keeping up the school, but advise have this association (or what may The road will be of inestimable value Tol. Gill was acquitted of the charge the trustees to let the matter be tested more properly be called a committee) to the people of Lower Garrard, as a of carrying concealed weapons. by the court. Then, if decided in favor to help them make their estimates. depot will be built at Bryantsville, Gives Va the Shake. of the school those who refuse to pay Nln many towns in Kentucky (Lan- this saving the people of that section will have to pony up, with interest, caster prominetly among the number) many dollars on f reight,coal and on shipThe Stanford Journal man sticks to If decided adversely another vote can the companies have paid out a great ping their stock to the city markets. II his greens and says: "We have always "limit can deal' more in losses than "they have col will be the same benefit to those in the entertained a high regard for Editor quickly be taken, when-thbe raised to meet the pressing demand lected in premiums. Several have with upper end of the county also. It will Landram, of The Lancaster Record for more expense" money. The-votdrawn, but the old reliable ones still put us on a trunk line to StLouis, the but our faith is shaken in him and we will, of coursebe in,.favor of the school, hold on. When-yo- u consider the fact East ani South. The Southern is must in future give him the shake. and it will be an. advantage to the that we arc almost totally without about the largest system in the Uuited What do you think, dear reader, of a school either way the court decides. means for. fighting fire, the people' States. We hope to be able to say in man admitting that he loves pie better s of the taxpayers want should considerthemselves fortunate next issue that the right ofway is than turnip greens, as Landram does? the school, and, as the increased atten in finding companies who will take secured and publish a list of names of Isn't he fit for treasons, stratcgems dace demands more money than can risks here. If they should withdraw, the donors. and spoils?" now be collected; let the present levy which they can do without much inOf course Bro. Walton loves greens. Tke Marble Heart. be declared nu'l and then take a vole convenience to themselves, our town They can't raise anything on those troupe The "Back on the Farm" which will permit of a larger tax bejng .would be in a sweet predicament. It Lincoln county lulls but greens and but levied. is a much more serious matter than wired here for a date this week, tanbark. those who billed them before tore uj Later Since the above was writ- most people think. K. C. Branch. does not believe such the telegram and remarked that the ten, we learna friendly suit was The Record passes Lancaster ,,U J5A.lt steps will be taken in this county as brought and triedjoefore Judge saur- some of our neighbors have done. Our troup could seek a warmer climate. 3 38 r. X Simpson lost two' meals and Mixed. lev. who decided tie levy legal, and people know what-predicament we Landlord Fasa'gr the collector- has been ordered to pro would be placed in, and will not cut this office $2.50 by the Yisit of the Xorth-b'ncompany's advance man. off their noses to spite their faces. eeed with bis work., . . 3 Dix river has been on a tear recently and washed away much fencing and loose The Social Club will meet in dirt. ic Hall Saturday evening. An interesting program has been arranged and an enjoyable evening is anticipatca. TRlPLEfe r HOSIERY) Leather Stockings,! Acting-Govern- Black Cat Brand ! We are agents! CORSETS this brand and they tip-fo- doubtedly the mg - had and girls. and pe t. Come See fall' the Sau-tle- it fire-tra- com-pain- step-fath- . Three-fourth- - .s'orth-b'n- d a d - - CENTRAL RECOKD Rev. Mahona, preached here last We arc delighted at tfce prospects of 2TOTABY PUBLIC, Y7c have returned from the cities , You Are Going South, Snnday. new railroad tlirough our town. jth our new spring goods, and Invito BRY ANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY Mr. John Anderson is haying very Richard McGmth, Jr., formerly of verybody to see them. We nave a You Are Going East, inrer assortment than ever before. the Second Kentucky, is clerk in the good luck selling fruit trees Sflrojor ani ft? o ncir flip, indies in to see our ele U. S. Recruiting Office, at Lexington, Walter "Warren who was shot some You Are Going West' on a time ago is improving. $45 per month. While. gant line of Dress Goods, Embroider salary at AETNA FIRE INSURANCE CO PURCHASE TICKETS VIA THE visit to his parents he joined the Chris ies, Carpets. Mattings and .Furniture John Richerson has lost over a frpntlftmen to see our "ISob- tian church at Pleasant Grove, nnrl hundred dollars worth of stock this o? by" Clothingr, Shoes and Hats, We winter. everything kept in an ive Jake Nevius is quite sick at this Miss Wadie Thompson died at her General Merchandise Store, and our writing J. W. Poor, who has been home last Thursday evening, "and was Garrard Lodge No. 29, Knighst prices are exceptionally low. See our on the sick list, we are glad to learn, bifried at the Newland burial grounds away is out again of Pythias, insets every Friday Mrs. Hughes and fami- Friday. 2sew Silver Ware which we give She died in triumph of a liv Very .Respect- ly visited relatives here Sunday night in Odd Fellows ball. Allvis- Louisville l Nashvillk R. R. with cash purchases. ing faith. L. Jexnings & Co. fully, B. F. Jennings from Paint Lick, visititing Knights are fraternally invit L. F. Thompson and daughter of AND 89 SCCUR3 eneral Merchandise and Furniture. ed here this week Mrs. A. S. Has- Ed Bishop, C. C ed. was here Saturday. Paint Lick, Ky. elden will go to the city about the 20th Mt Vernon T. S. Haselden, K.R.& S. Safety, Mrs. M A. Lambert and neice of The Maximum for her spring and summer millinery. rneumoiiin Follows La Grippe. Mrs. Taylor Burdett visited rela Crab Orchard spent Saturday night The Maximum cannot follow the use" tives in Burgin, Sunday Speed, but pneumonia Mrs. Bo- with Mrs. J. L. nutchins. Pneu ner, of Camp Nelson, visited relatives of Foley's Honey and Tar. H. KOSHAL & CO., medicine. Six Stronz ToliiU. or Comfort, Best spring The Maximum monia is striking down hundreds Miss Scott, of Nich- here this week strong. It makes the weak The program to be heard at the those who thought they were cured of olasville, is visiting her father, Todd Commission Merchants, We sell and recommend it. The Minimum Court House on April 1, contains beau Hates. la Grippe. Foley's Honey and Tar, Scott. tiful vocal renditions by the peerless tniron rlnrinf? or after la Grippe, is guaranteed to prevent pneomonia. If your child is cross or peevish, it bciiuoert Lady yuartette; dehgntlui Rates, Time end all other information will mh RS S3T?i Es wta H C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Ira be cheerfully furnished by is no doupt troubled with worms. selections by their Mandolin and Gui H WHITE'S CREAM. VERMIFUGE tar Club; petite morsels of music and C. P. ATM ORE, a. p. A., MoCREARY. UNION STOCK YARDS, will remove the worms, and its tonic mirth by the wonderful little child Or by Louis vilix. Ks. Facnmoaiu effect restore its natural cheerfulness. violinist aud comedian, Master Tom - - CINCINNATI, O. my Purcel: comic and serious readings Grippe is still raging in thiscommu is the quick agent of death. Fully Pricer 25 cents. by the entertainer, Mr. Louis MoPike, of recent deaths have been nit'. C, C. & J. E. Stormes, lm information regardinglivestock cheer and artistic contralto and soprano Mrs. Jennie Cumley has a fine baby STEKY WEKK BY from pneumonia following la Grippe fully furnished. Consign your stock di solos. FLATWOOD. IiCISXiiii)R.lVf. .Publisher. Pneumonia cannot follow the use of girl, Ella Marie. rect to us. 'Phone 7346 Honey and Tar. Broaddus bought LANCASTER. EEXTUCKY. Foley's Cecil and Hamilton Many n Lntih. Mr. Jake Clouse bought a calf from C. & J. E. Stormes C. Representing Over a lot of hogs from Newton Hendren, lm Pleasing the people is a trade with George Miller for $12. 41.00 of Madison. 0::r. YriK. xa aovanck. bought Mr. Norman's, the Schubert Symphony Club and La Charlie Graves BUCKEYE. " Mrs. Maggie Gulley is progressing Thsxb " Dock Hunt's and Bob Kavanaugh's dy Quartette, and their program con nicelv with her school at Bradshaw tains lots of fun of a refined nature as In the following Fire Insurance Allen Ray, sold to Hamilton and school-hous' She is an excellent crops of tobacco. IVIarcIi IG 1S03 TIIURSVJ.YY, I have purchased the "Wal Cyclone, at teacher, and much loved by all her Jason Rose has moved to Lancaster well as a wealth of tine music. Hear Robftrscn. his sorrel horse. Companies - them April 1. Rev. Ira Par250.00. with his father pupils. ker stable and am prepared tna of Hartford. ton. Gov. EiiADLUY left Frankfort this Bowen Fo: W. B. Burton, sold QUEEN &. CRESCENT. If you have a cough, throat irrita to furnish the week for rest from the laborious duties and Al Hudgens, of Danville, 5 horse; tion, weak lungs, pain in the chest, Charlie Dillion, of this neighbor Queeu of America. Low Iluteg. of his ollice. He covered up his tracks at dilllcult breathing, croup or hoarse- hood, bought a fat hog from A. J. National of Hurifort. as he wtnt and burned the bridges National Convention Union Reform John Simpson who is very low of ness, let us suggest One Minute Cough Ham mack, for $7. him, so he will not be worried by typhoid fover is reported a little better Cure. Always reliable and safe. riieiii.t of ilronklyi:. shortest notice. Miss Fannie Rigsby and Mr. Jim Party of Ohio, Cincinnati, O., March on ardon seekers, etc. Gov. Bradley is t this, writing. Tankersley, were married W ednesday 1, 2, 1899, Stormes' Drug Store Special attention given Comilartfoni of Jlirtfctnl. tn-- of the hardest working men in the Annual Convention National Amnri John L. Ray, of Richmond, was with Leslie Bradshaw has returned from tne aui, Dy itev. iucriuicinngs. mercial Travelers. Manchester of tate and never spends an idle moment. Sunday, and was accom Cincinnati where he had been with Mr. Sinclair Cord's children have can woman's SulTrac-f- t Assni.-it.inn- . ..... . . f.rcasionally takes time to toll a hisnarents . .. 11 He RICE BEKGS ms oroLiiur, itt x. umusuaw, iui unc tne measles, Dr. Harris is the attend- - Grand Rapids, Mich.. Anril 27. to Mav Connecticut or Hertford. u. n t pan led by Mr. Farris. good story, however, and can make incr nhvsician. Several other nersons 5. 1899. Joseph Simpson, and narrison Ray, past, two monuis. .iirs.ur. aiuuh By the North British aud one exceedingly interesting. the sick list, although not dangerously m tnis vicinity are sick. . . .Miss Flor' X493 tNational Society Sons of the Ameri way, he has written the Lancaster made a business trip to the mountains ill.... Rev. Bailey tilled his appoint- - ence Lawson left yesterday for King, can Revolution, Detroit, Mich, May 1 Sermiu Aunric.in of Jfa w York. 30 head of cattle whil THE Commercial Club offering to do any- Simpson bought ment at Antioch, Sunday and Sunday to sisters, Mrs, thing in his power to help hiscldhome there, since his. return, he sold to di night. . . .J. K. Curd and wite, 01 nur- - fisher 0kia.f and visit her A. Butts. . 1899. Liverpool aud London and Glebe. a w Moss Mrs. J. American Library Association Con twnntv secure the nronoscd new rail ferent parties 13 cattle at $285.00. in, visited the latter's parents Satur Mrs. G. W. Elam is numbered with NATIONAL BANK on 1SU9, Mrs. llcrodRay, although a woman day and Sunday vention, Atlanta. Ga., May road. He would be a wheel-hors- e I also represent the old reliable W. B. Bradshaw, the sick this week Mr Clouse and a right good trader, she sold to of Cincinnati, is expected this week, the committee to be sent to Xew Annual Encampment G. A. R. of! family spent Sunday at his wife's fath rn 1A r York, as no one is better veised on the James Ward a lot of shoats at 3 cts to visit his father, T. W. Bradshaw, Tnnniucnn i&TK lv& ) CAPITAL J SURPLUS. resources of the state than he. If per lb which made her a good deal of also to remain with them until his er's, Wm. Coldiron. 0r 11, 1890. 1 J20.000.00. From points in Tennessee. ) Jiao.ooo.oo railroad oilicials have never met pin money, and she bought of George wife recovers, as she still remains very the a or a ouick remedy and one tnat they are acquainted Hardwick, 1 hog at 5(5.00 JuA2iCASTER, KY. him personally, BUENA VISTA. ill, at his father's home. perfectly safe for children let us rec with him by reputation, and would For frost bites, burns, indolent sores Geo. B. Secord, the well known con ommend One Minute Coutrh Cure. It EIRE aai LIFE DMANCE certainly listen to him. eczemas, skin disease, and especially tractor of To wanda. K". Y.. says: " I &C0Lls Ior our 1 mvs ana UUWJ- is excellent for croup, hoarseness, tick- Piles, DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salv imv P01IUS- Cough Rem linir in the throat and comrhs. Stormes le can suPP'y iUT A.R.DEXSY. President. Evkky few weeks it is published stands first and best. Look out for have used Chamberlain'slong wants- a SPEIMFIELD time and Drugstore. Jno. E. Stobjies, Vice President. Kentucky dishonest people who try to imitate edy in my family for that Republican leaders in any other, found it superior to Dr. Ciey, of Danville, preached at will meet, bury the stock of hatchets and counterfeit it. It's their endorse have Wm. H. Kinnaisd. Cashier. FIRE MARINE JUDSON. For sale by R. E. McRoberts Druggist the Presbvterian church last Sundav and razors, kiss and make up. When ment of a good article. Worthless S.C.Dsnny, INSURANCE COMPANY. J. F. Robissoji. Jb, lm morninc at 11 o'clock and in the even each of the would-b- e leaders is convin coods are not imitated. Get DeWitts iMitcn Liane oougnt or mt. carter a mg at 7 o'clock, Assistant Cash'r. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Lackey were ced that he is the biggest and only "Witch Hazel Salve. Stormes' Dru EQUITABLE LIFE INSURANCE CO K. T. Emery Ass't oevei.u ui uuruiuzeiis wenu 10 jjiiu- with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Broaddus pill in the box, this culmination may Store. OF XEW YORK. I armors of this section are very caster last Monday on business, Elisha lont; as there is any Saturday night and Sunday be reached, but as Rev A. J. Pike, tilted his appoint uusy urciiKiiiK ueuip unu buwiiitr lo- question as to who is the "onlicsf ment here, Saturday and Sunday and Forbes and wife visited relatives at Some of our neighbors have put in DIRECTORS Robinson & Hamilton Marksbury the latter part of last bacco beds. t in ran on the dump the lovefeast v.ili just before time for services to begi bids for the contrrct to put the metal Sam l.D. Cochran, Jas Spllman, James Parks bought a lot of shoats on the turnpike from Logan Ison's to OiJicc over Poat Office. be a thing of the future. Alex. R. Denny. Sunday one of the stove pipes fell with week. . . .Nathan Cotton and wife vis A. C. Robinson. ited Mr. Sam Cotton and wife at their from George Grow at 3cts. Mr. Grow Thislers mill. W. R. Cook, : : : a crash, and as there was a big fire Lancaster, L. Davidson, Kustuckt new home in Teaterville, Saturday also bought of Abner Ray some hogs at and Jack the stove the church was soon so full CiAULi:v BnoxsTox Tom Ball, of this place is running a J no. E Stormes. Sundav.'. . Davis Sutton, wife and o.30. Chinn bristled up at each other in of smoke that the audience had to and market wagon twice a week to ORGANIZED 1S8S. little daughter visited relatives in Mr. A. D. Ford has returned from Lexington the other day, and it re move out, but windows went up in and from the looks of the yy S. BEAZLEY, Miss Xellie Jellico, where he has been with Ws quired tiie united strength of some hurry and the stove was taken out Kirksviile, last week ho hauls there is lots of market NATIONAL BANK. C. D.. Peacock, who Is stuff yet. 'fifty strong men to prevent the spill and in a short time, all was ready for Bourne and brother, were with their, brother-in-laSaturday very sick. Teeth 0? LASOASTSa. ST. without pain ing of ber-luAs both men have survices. There win bo prayer meet sister, Mrs. W. K. Warren, There is talk of a saw mill coming w.th Vitalized Air. Office In Misses Bettie Henry Mr. and Mrs. Jack Turner visited s reputnt ion as being here's the Xew Thonip-ioing on Wednesday night of each week and Sunday Buildins. to Buena Yista and there is no doubt iro'jd chance to show their sand by at uieuapust cnurcn iiere. May the and Florence Harris were in our midst relatives at Teatersville Saturday. would be a paying business. Capital, Sunday, and attended preaching at John Lane called on his best girl Sun- - but this $50000 killing oneanether. good work go on. Buckeye Miss Etta Cotton and day evening James Judson has A. D. Scott, lost a valuable mare Surplus Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy, and" lO,G00 Find jaw last week. lock The Richmond IlKai&TEit rounded Master Paul Sutton, of Marksburv, brother, visited Mrs. Sam Cotton Sat-- moved from this place near town - with urday night and Sunday The farmers are getting in a Mr. Curd Edd Grow attended preaching at Anout its thirty-fourt- h j'ear last Friday visited Ebb Dickerson, and wife, SatBCSINKSS SOWCITKD. hemp breaking and plowing this and wife, of Burgin, visited the fami- - tioch Sunday night Mr. Georgo Many a time have we carried our din urday, and Sunday Robert Ilendren. Uarefalftml Prompt Attention Guaranteed ner to school wrapped in a copy of the Dec Jones, and Dr. Durham, of 'Kirks- - ly of T. W. Bradshaw Saturday and Grow and wife visited her father, Mr. week. Sunday. Raney near Chappie, Saturday and Mr. nenry Smith, of this place and Register, and once got a licking for ville were in our midst Sunday President Sunday Mrs. Spoonamore, of Hub one of the best farmers of this end of I. It. HiaoiHBOTHi.il reading in it ad circus aduring school Louis Ray, and sister Miss Cordelia, is To allay pain, subdue inflammation, ble, is visiting her sister, Mrs. "Walls. Garrard is making arrangements to Lswia Y. LiAVELL hours. Here's wishing the excellent at home from Hubble, Louis is still on heal foul sores and ulcers, the moat Cashier ..Willie Whitaker made a business sow fifty bushels of clover seed. Henry B. F. Hudson paper many more years of peace and crutches, but is improving Will h.iLiMtii,UJi u trip to LexiUgtOn last week O. P.IBHEY lUMUib aie uuuiuiuu Assistant Cash' Messrs snvs that this is tlio host. fprt,ili-oho prosperity. . " . T .T ". Dickerson. and wife of Buena Yista, using uAuuAix.ua ruiniir max- - YUlie BookVeeranCD. WALKER and Walter Grow attended can use. were with relatives here Saturday, and MENT. Price, 25 cts. and 50 cts. In the preachinc at Buckeye Sunday. : . .Mrs, Joub.v.il than James B. Lea veil, of near this vil lied Hot From the Gun Sunday Miss Mary Leavel, opened C. C. & J. E. Stormes, & Fish & Co., sue in any other pupir pnblished both in qnullty Grow visited lfer brother, John lage shipped a car load of nice horses DIRECTORS: Was the ball that hit G. B. Stcadman school here A'onday, with 20 pupil:;, Paint Licit. and quantity. im Simnsnn. who is verv sick, last weok to Atlanta Georgia last Monday. of Newark, Mich., in the Civil "War and several more expected next week J. II. HlSerNBOTH AM, Lkwis Y. Leathix. Farcers Lnp:in Kent t, was on bnsinpss in .Trs- - J.S.JonNSON, ' caused horible Ulcers that no treat Misses Minnie, Mollie, Myrtle, and HUBBLE. It T. M.Ahnold, "Give me a liver regulator and I can ment helped for 20 years. Then Buck Lelic Ilendren, of Madison, were guests mint npr Sn1nhllr Wfl11 nn H.C.Abnold, Jr. B. F. Hudson. n rrnninc " Mrs. Harry Anderson is quite sic! rpmilrito tlio wnrlrl " "f leu's Arnica Salve cured him Cure- - of Miss Hattie Jones, Saturday and """" day last week. The J. J.Walkxs Ilxx. Gibes, Cockieu Joubnal Is tha . . Henry Walters is Tne druggist handed him a bottle of Misses Bettie Henry aud at this writing Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils. Felons Sunday equal of many dallies, aud the superior o( all u. n. ison was in wnmore, Jast sat Jacob Y. Robjksok. faDeWitt's Little Early Risers, the other papers. It prints more re.il news, more Corns, Skin' Eruptions, Best Pile cur Florence Harris, of your city, were also quite ill. eood clas mr.tter.more cood stories, than nnv mous little pills. Stormes' Drug urday on business in regard to mov on earth. box. Cure guaranteed with friends here Sunday Misses TJot one child dies where ten former ing nis lamny to tne property ne re- S Cigar Stands have the other. Issued Wednesday and Saturnay. A All by It. E. Mcltoberts Druggist Sallie and Edna Nave, of Long Branch, ly died from croup. People have learn Store. Sold gooa commission to agents, sample cople free, cently bought in that town. Proctor Knott cimr were visiting friends here last week ed the value of One Minute Cough on application. Write to Several of our farmers have planted SWEENEY. P. II. Sprague, a Chicago poultry &o you see our utile village is by no Cure and use it for severe lung and COUXIER-JOURX- .l T. CO. Irish potatoes and are now making LOUISVILLE. KY. dealer, is authority for the statement means deserted, judging from the throat troubles. It immediatelystops S. Morgan bought 15 shoats from preperations to sow oats. that the production of chickens in the amount of charming visitors we some coughing. It never fails. Stormes David Anderson. Mrs. John Christopher who has been SY A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT times have in our midst. United States last year reached Drug Store. For the speedy and parmanent enre of S. Morgan shipped a car load of hogs visiting her mother near Lexington, and of eggs 13,000,000,000, and tetter, salt rueum ana eczema, Cham Yor cangettiie There will bo preaching at McKen to Cincinnati Saturday. Mr. and berlain's Eyo and Skin Ointment is returned home last Friday their combined value aggregated I have been afflicted with rheuma dree church Sunday and Sundaynight, Centkal Record O. B. Perkins sold 3 hogs to Wm. Mrs. Will Baker, of Versailes. visited without an equal. It relieves the itch AND TIIE tism for fourteen years and nothing Monday and Monday night, Tuesday Mr. Jas, B. Robinson last ing and smarting almost instantly and her father lb. seemed to give any relief. I was able night. We hope to have Lawson at Jttcts ner COURIER JOURNAL its continued use effects a permanent Itlsmark's Iron Miss fitnlla Dishnn rotiimwi hnmp Saturday and Sunday. to be around all the time, but con good attendance to hear Rev. Pollett. cure. It also cures itch, barber's itch, Was the result of hissplendid health stantly suffei ing. I had tried every an extended visit to relatives in scald head, sore nipples, itching piles, Boih Ona Year fcr Only Price Sutton and wife, of McCreary, after chapped hands, chronic sore eyes and Indomitable will, and tremendous en thing I could hear of and at last was Livingston Mr. Logue Thompson is the guest of their mother, Mrs. granulated lids. $1.25 crgy are not found where Stomachy told to try Chamberlajn's Pain Balm, Mr. Watson and wife, and daughters, Susie and Annie, and Alexander Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are out of which I did and was immediately re Dr. Cadj's Condition Ponders for This is for cash subscriptions only. All sub Physician-and little son, Bradley, of Kansas, Mrs. Liddie White, of Mt Yernon order. If you want these qualities lieved and in a short time cured. 1 horse3 are the best tonic, blood purifier scriptlons under this combination offer must came down on Friday to attend the and the success they bring, use Dr, am nappy to say tnat it nas not since have returned to Kentucky, and will burial of Miss Wadie Thompson.. y Can Prescribe v md vermifuge. Price. 23 cents. Sold by be sent through The Centbal Record Office likely make it their home J. A. Miss King's New Life Pills. They develop returned. Josh Edgar, Germantown, R.E .McRoberts, Drntrjf'st, Lancaster Hattie House, of Gilberts Creek, Qaecn St Crescent Konte. every power of brain and body. Only Cal. For sale by R. E. McRoberts Hammond returned from the city Sat- spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. urday, after purchasing a nice lot of 25c at R. E. McRoberts drug store, lm Druggist. PASSES DANVILLE. and Mrs. Taylor Honse 1899 Miss Fanlm goods John Anderson, of Hedge-villXdXTH B0CSD. was the guest of his brother, J. nie Austin opened a select school at Beazeley's school houseMonday. TREES, PLANTS, VINES. Number 10 (Daily except Sunday).... 6:09 a. m W. Anderson, Sunday Rev. C. H. miff 6 Dally, Stop 1:13 pan Camber On Thursday evening March 9th at Neal left for his home Monday, after a Fruit and ornamental Trees, Number 4 (Daily) Flag a. m 5 o'clock, Miss Wadie Lee Thompson, two weeks' visit in this community. a 3:5Gp. m stop) Shrubs,, small fruits and every Number (don't SOCTII BOUND. a bright and noble girl of this place, Formula on each package, V Ilt50a,iu Number thing for Orchard, Lawn and Gar- Numbers1 (don't sfop) Snndsy)....lltl."ift.m Rev. E. Edward, pastor of the Eng- died of consumption. She had been (Dully except 9 ('ally except 7:55 t.m lish Baptist Church at Minersville suffering for. some months with that J CURES YOUR COUGH f den. We employ no agents but Number 3 (Midnight flay)Sunday) Number llMJp.m Pa., when suffei ing with rheumatism, fatal djsease, and; everything that sell direct at reasonable prices. money, loving friends and skilled phywas advised to try Chamberlain's Pain . Wa.y4Li 50 YEARS' Strawberry and Tree Catalogue? Balm.. Hesays: "A few applications, sicians could tdo was done to alleviate EXPERIENCE sufferings and restore her to those Price, 25 & 50c on application to of this liniment proved of great service her to me. It subdued the inflammation who loved her well. But all in vain, H. F. HILLENMEYER, and relieved the' pain. Should any suf- and sh,entered Into rest in that Hapit. E. .icRoberts, phone 279 Lexington, Ky. py Land beyond tthe river, free from giveing-Pa- irl ferer profit b Balm a suffering-an- d pain. Wadie gave up trial it will please mc" For sale by R. E. McRoberts Druggist. Trade Marks lm earthly joys in youth and yut her trust EDUCATION Designs in her Savior. She was born Feby. 27 Copyrights Ac If abtlutely nt cesury to the ycui'f 1878, and was th.e oldest daughter The War Pictures. a sketch and description Aarone sending our opinion free whethernay than or joung woman who would win aa quickly ascertain The entertainment given in connec- - of J. J. and Mary Thompson. Her Invention is probably patentable. Ooraninnlca. snccest in Hie. This being concede tlon strictly confidential. Handbook oa Patents W. T. . tipn with the Y. M. C. A., was so well funeral was conducted by Rev. securing Datents. cner entfrea. Oldest tSrouah for t Is of first importauce to get your training at the school that strands in the very front rank Mann ft Co. recelva Patents taken B. White at her home on Friday after5 attended Friday night that it was rptcial notice, without chartre. In the THE EE Y A NT & 8TRATT0X BUSINESS COLLEGE the following evening. The noon, at 2, o'clock and she is now with LOUISVILLE, KY. pictures weie fairlv good, but the her Savior. Aiandsoraely illustrated weekly. Tnrest cbw "Herhanda are sweetly folded Seven experienced teachers, each one a spcialit in his line IZS crowd was kept waiting til nine o'clock any sdenuto Journal. Terras. $3 a . Graduates of this college preferred by business bouses. Write for culation of On ber ttiU and palseltaa breast, oy tljSeeoiir J Compound PAINT LICK. BRY ANTSVILLE. PREACHERSViLLE. You Are Going North, . X. DUNN Apt If If if M lw mmn pythias. iflli rape NEW DESIGNS PPfflgp mm Strength. BestOuality. LowPrices m mm n& yg one-thir- d of of of of W. w e,Hogs,! heep - Insurance Agency $57,000,000 NEW LIVERY. in-la- to he-hi- Very Best Rigs the 1 1 li .. n -- new 1 l AM Ats Ms mm u rxtr-.ctc- DENTIST bad-un- -- few-day-s YO GEIT r - oiuv ! ;" ... 104 For 50 Cents. one Year Twice-a-We- ek . ic:i flrSt-ClaS- 3,3.j0,-000,0- 5Kia Jiiseases. 0. TWICE-A-WEE- K ?A ? I Dr. Otto's e, sjwwmnfnmr TOmwnnifw wwnfurm w$tmm Spruce Gurru Balsam? I Sprii t Sin DANVILLE, KY. 3 adayjc( -- Pure Drugc. Fine Stationery, BUSINESS y Toilet jlvticles. I ' Scientific flKKrkan. r BOOK-KEEPIN- JUJUlUWitiJUJUiU Ji!Jtt!M For her heart has ceased Its beatings -And ber spirit It at rest." i. SHORTHAND, TELEGRAPHY. a beautiful book giving testimonials from graduates occupy ins prominent positions all over the United statc-- lt will be mailed to 70a FREB. year four mourns, i. soia au nawsaeaiarc. MUHH JcCo. M1Brsa,JWTMt SrsaohOaos. ast gXWMilsgtws.P.C. Genera Nonce WE MUST HAVE xoooooooooooooooooooooo; Up-to-dat- e For III J1IEF1I OF BUYERS. Our SPRING L In is BETTER and LARGER Our stock of CLOTHING is selected than Ever fore. Neckware. WEARINGEST SHOES Manhattan Shirts ARE THE BEST. Full line Stetson Hats. the State. from Best Eastern Markets. C3rTJ JL.ttJL.lsT'TttlElJD- - SATISFAOTIOU J.L, Frohman & Go. New Line of Veilings. Oanville, ECentucky. possible exception of sour cherries. reporter suggestively says that the and eastern, 88. The per cent, of crop of 18fS still in Pears, though injured to some extent, plan of "wintering cattle on snow the hands of farmers is estimated at still promise a fair yield. Apples have balls" has been abandoned, and abun 20. On March it was esti- escaped injury save'the injury to trees dance of hay is now furnished, which mated that 17 per cent, of crop of pre- from heavy sleet in some sections. Of the small fruits raspberries have keeps the stock in good condition in ceding year was then in the hand:; of farmejs. On March simi- suffered and will protatbly be the severest weather. Reports from lar estimate showed 9 1st, 1S!7, aof the failure. most feared, too, that the in-a per cent, It is Wyoming say the winter losses are not old crop in fanners' hands. jury extends to the wild blackberries. more than 3 or 4 per cent. The price of wheat March 1st ivcr-age- s Strawberries have escaped injury so 8c. On March 1st. '9S, Lucas Mookk, The Journal says the public sale at age price was 90c, and Marchthe aver- far. Commissioner of Agriculture. 1st, '97, the resideuce of D. II. Arnold, two the price was 84c. miles north-eaof Nicholasville, Wed. coux. Estimate on the percentage of corn nesday, March 8th, conducted by E. crop of 1S98 still in farmers' hands B. Hoover, agent, was well attended, give the amount at 42 per cent. On and fair prices were realized on the March 1st, 1S9S, the per cent, of crop 1st,-189st Pi ease Jhoissary Foley's noney and Tar Cough Medi" cine is unquestionably the best tteCROP remedy for the Throat and Lungs, Pleasant to take and is guaranteed. Corn is being delivered in Boyle We have just received a nice line of the Newest lm C. C, & J. E. Stormes. county at 81.75. Designs in Face Veilings, embracing White Chiffon has greatly improved in There is one wheat iield in Califorhealth. nia of 25,000 acres, covering an area of Chenille Dots, Etc., all pretty and desirable styles. Miss Alice Hudson left Tuesday for 40 miles. a month's visit to Augusta, Ga. A Savannah dealer shipped 1,000 Respectfully, Miss Carrie Currey has returned from dozen eggs to Ilavanna and got 81.60 a a visit to Mrs. Gaines, in Danville. dozen for them. 'Phone 85. Mr. Jno E. Stormes has been confined Johnston & Durham, of Clark county to his room several days this week by sold 15 hogsheads of tobacco in Cincinillness. nati at Hi cents per pound. lady, of London, has tractive Much pain and uneasiness is caused Mr. John M. Logan, of the Logan been visiting Miss Lizzie Brown. Dry Goods Co., is in the Eastern cities by piles, sparing neither age nor sex. Mrs. E. Vauhuss and son, George this week purchasing spring goods, TABLER'S BUCKEYE PILE OINT THURSDAY, March, - IG1899. Dewey, of Lexington, are visiting her ne will spend most of the time in MENT cures the most obstinate cases, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pollard. New York, visiting the leading whole Price, 50 cts. in bottlo, tubes 75c. C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Mesdames Scott Farris, of Crab sale houses. Having traveled manv lm QOO OOO OOOOOO DtOODOOOOOOO CO Orchard, and Kate Middleton, of Har- years for wholesale houses he is thorFarmers in Garrard are greatly berodsburg, with their work, buying, which is the 1 1 guests. have been Mrs. Geo. Farris' oughly up on point in the goods busi hind wet weather is and the contin most essential ued causing much alarm. Miss Mary "Welch, a lovely young ness. OOOGdOOCCOCGSOO DOO'OOCOOOOO A Winchester dealer has bought lady of Ivicholasville, is being enterMr. and Mrs. P. "W. Spencer left this 000 worth of skins of animals caught Trof. l'oague, of Kirksville, was in tained by her friend, Miss Mattie week for JSTew Albany, their future town Tuesday. nome. They leave many friends here this year in Clark county. They were Elkin. mostly skunks. Miss Xellic Dilion lias been visiting Miss Lizzie Simpson, after a few who regret their departure but wish them much happiness in theirnewhome A lot of Bourbon county cattle went in Stanford. relatives d:rys visit to Miss Lizzie Thompson, Mr. bpencer will be greatly missed in into a tobacco barn for shelter during Lea veil made a business trip has returned to her home in Lower Victor the K. P. lodge where he always the last snow, and twenty of them di Garrard. to Danville Saturday. stood ready to defend erring brethren ed from eating the tobacco, Prank B. Marksbury returnnd to and help all who chanced to make Mrs. Sam Salter, of Lexington, is On account of the great loss by the liryant & Stratton College Tuesdav mistakes. visiting Mrs. Tom Elkin. cold spell, a many sheep men throughhis mother's condition having greatly Mr. Joe F. "Waters, of Stanford, is out the State are buying lambs for Miss Hallie Hamilton has been vis- improved. nere this week working up the Endow June and July delivery at 5 cents. iting friends in Louisville. Miss Mae "Ware, after a pleasant ment Rank of the Knights You can be cheerful and happy only of Pythias Miss Harriett Rice is visiting her visit to her sister, Mrs. R. E. McRob lie is an enthusiastic K. P. and has iister, Miss Sallie Lou Myers. erts left this week for her home in the ritual on his tongue's end. Mr. when you are well. If you feel "out of sorts" takeHERBINE, it Aill brace Mr. Malcom Gill has been quite sick Ilopkinsville. "Waters spent many years of his life in you up. Price, 50 cents. today. this week, but is better Misses Sallie Tillett and Laura the Stanford Journal office, and is a lm C. C. & J. E. Stormes, club met Smith left Tuesday to spend the week printer of much ability, beside being The Social and Industrial Not long ago a business man was as clever a gentleman as ere the sun with Miss Lizzie Thompson last week 111 Louisville and Cincinnati buvine asked the question "What is the dif shone on. Ben Ilerndon is now behind the spring milliner'. ference between a farmer and a stock With Mr. Puryear, at Danville; Mr. man?" The answer was; A farmer is a Mrs. "W. I. "Williams entertained a zounters of the Logan Dry Goods Co. W. I. Williams, at Lancaster, nnrl Afr farmer who is always hard up and a Miss Allie Anderson has returned few friends Monday evening in honor John Chandler, Jr., at Richmond, the stockman is a farmer who has money from a pleasant visit to Gallatin of Her visitor, Miss Lottie Maidwell, JMgntn congressional District is lmn to spare." Campbellsville. of Tenn. ored with three of Taylor county's T. J. Hatcher and "R. W. TTn rrie sure The demand for mutton is not rap R. E. McRoberts, son "Ware and Let bright young men, all of whom are enStanford the reason Judge M. D. nughes has gaged in the practice of law. Tlmr idly increasing in this country, but tie Mae visited relatives in gained in flesh since going to Liberty, Sunday. are an honor to their families, to their the markets are continually calling is because he is where he gets a square for more lambs. In these there is the county and to their StateCampbells Miss Mattie Powell, of Ilustonville meal. more profit, for they are sold as soon vino inquirer. Is the charming guestof MissElizabeth as they have reached the proper age, During Judge Saufley's absence Hon Thompson. BYnve Men "Fall. and there is no waste in the keeping R. C. "Warren is warming the woolsack Victims to stomach, liver and kidnev of them. Mr. A. R, Arnold, of Bryantsville on tlie circuit court bench. Judge is visiting Geo. Arnold and family "Warren is a great favorite among troubles as well as women, and all feel J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., conductor on tne result in loss of appetite, poisons in electric street car line, writes that his this week. Garrard people. the blood, backache nervousness, head little daughter was very low with Taul Miller spent Sunday and MonMiss Jennie Burnside, of Lancaster, ache and tired, listess, rundown feeling croup, and her life saved after all phy day with his parents, Col. and Mrs. Alio is the guest of Miss Lettie Brown uuh tnere's no need to feel like that. sicians had failed, only by using One Jno. 31 i Her. of the count', came in yesterday to Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idaville Ind. Minute Cough Cure. Stormes' Drug Mrs. Elizabeth Denny has taken make a short stay, together with Miss He says: "Electric Bitters are just the Store. rooms with Mrs. Susan Anderson, on Brown, with their friend, Mrs. Mamie thing fora man when he is all rundown. Prices of prime beeves in Chicago Thompson. .Lexington Herald. Danville ave. and don't care whether he lives or average about $5.05, with a range of Miss Maggie Tomlinson entertained dies. It did more to give me new 30 cents for quality. Export and ship Miss Lottie Maidwell, of Campbells-villis the charming guest of Mrs. the Social and Industrial club "Wed- strength and good appetite than any ping steers run from $4.80 tg S5.70: nesday afternoon at a pic- thing I could take. I can now eat good dressed beef from $4.70 to $5.40. W. I. Williams. nic. Quite a crowd was present and anything and have a new lease on life." Fair to medium steers average about Miss Dannie Gaines, of Georgetown two hours were spent pleasantly. The Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts $4.25; fair to good heifers, $3.80; feed College has been spending several days club will meet next "Wednesday after- Drug Store. Every bottle guaran ing heifers, $3.35 to $3.00. with her parents. noon with Misses Marrs and Kinnaird. teed, lm There is not much haggling over Miss BettieL. Arnold has returned prices when the farmer offers the city Stanford Journal; Messrs. Letcher Don't Forget Your Home Paper. home after a very pleasent visit to relOwsley and "Will Hamilton were here Do the city papers say anything in buyer the 1,800 pound draft horse; the atives near Buckeye. Saturday Mrs. P. J. "Warner, of regard to your locality? asks an ex continual cry is for more of them. who has been Garrard, was the guest of Mrs. J. "W. Miss Helen Thurmond, change. Do they contain ndtices of Even though a farmer be hard up, he Mrs. U. D. Simpson's guest has re- Perrin Judge M. C. Saufley,' who is your schools, lodges, and the hundreds should not listen to the low offers turned to Stanford. considerably run down in health, has of local matters of interest your home made by speculators. There never Casey Owsley, a "Lexington lawyer gone Crab Orchard for a few weeks to paper publishes? !Not an item. Do will be an overproduction of such they publish a" word calculated to has been spending several days with recuperate. Before the discovery of One Minute his sister, Mrs. "V. K. Cook. Col. D. G. Colson is expected at draw trade to your town and your en Mrs. Emma Kauffman and hand- Middlesboro from "Washington this terprise? And yet there are men who Cough Cure, ministers were greatly some son, Clay, have returned from a week. He has recovered sufficiently take contracted views in this matter disturbed by coughing congregations. from his wounds to be able to attend who think if they don't get as manv No excuse for it now. Stormes' Drug visit to Richmond relatives. to business and travel on the cars with- square inches of reading matter in Store. Miss Bessie Arnold, of Hyattsville, out inconvenience. H is mother, whose their home paper, are not getting the Electrical appliances have been used is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. B. illness was mentioned in last issue, worth of their money. It reminds effectively with balky horses. The Saunders, on Richmond ave. one of the man who took the largest pressing of the button develops latent Cliamberlatn'a Cough Remecy. pair of boots in the box because the energy which the whip will not. It Miss Ollie Smith, a bright and at-This remedy is intended especially price was the same as the pair that seems to work well, also, upon the for coughs, colds, croup, whooping ntted him. Take the city papers if stump sucker if the wire is placed coughs and influenza. It has become you want one, but don't let it crowd along the manger, to give a, shock famous for its cures of these diseases, the local paper out of your home. whenever he grabs the manger or feed over a large nartof the civilized world. box with his teeth. Millions Given Away. Remember that my ac The most flattering testimonials have The total number of western hogs been received, giving accounts of its It is certainly gratifying to the public good works; of the aggravating and to know of one concern in the land killed last week was 425,000, 45,000 less counts are Due, and it is persistent coughs it has cured; of severe who are not afraid to be generous to than in the" previous week. The total colds that have yielded promptly to its the needy and suffering. The propri- for four months of winter packing is absolutely. smoothing effects, and of the danger- etors of Dr. King's New Discovery for about 0,725,000, 1,250,000 in excess of ous attacks of croup it has cured' often Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have last year, but less than was estimated two months ago. The week's export saving the life of the child. The exten- given away over trial botsive use of it for whooping cough has tles of this great medicine; and have clearances were liberal, 33,000,000, compared with 32,180,000 in correspony it robs that That I have the money. shown that consequences.diseaseis of all the satisfaction of knowing it has dangerous cured thousands of hopeless case?. ding week of last year. It espeprized by The for their chil- Asthma, This notice is for Every- cially as is never mothers effect a speedy disease ofBronchitis Hoarsness and all food orresults over of an indulgence in dren, fails to drink are promptly rectified, the Throat, Chest and Lungs cure, and because they have found that are sure cured by it. Cill on R. E without pain or discomfort, by taking who owes me. body there is not toe least danger in giving McRoberts Druggist, and get a free a few doses of HERBINE. Price 50 C. C. & J. E. Stormes, it, even to babies, as it contains noth- trial bottle. Regular size 50, e and $1. cents lm ing injurious. Sold by B. E. McRob- Every bottle guaranteed or price le The losses of cattle on the western erts Druggist. Nebraska range are reported light. A lm funded. NOEL SISTERS. Crippled by CENTRAL RECORD. PESOfifm. S stock, feed, farming implements sold, The farm, containing GUI acres of im proved, land, was bought by Hardin Hunter at $43.70 per acre. Twenty representatives of Eastern tobacco firms are in Washington this week looking 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 wans to sell in as small quantities as thej' desire. The delegates represent several States and will make a hard fight for their proposition. Commis sioner Wilson will take the matter un der advisement. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. Condition of Crops and Live March 1st, 1899. Stock of preceding year in hands of farmers was 44. LIVE STOCK. Rheumatism, The trying effect! of the unusually severe winter on live stock has tosonie extent been mitigated bv the abund ance of food. Still, among young stock and stock unprovided with sheltor,thc loss lias been heavy and the suffering intense. The heaviest loss has been with Iambs and young pigs. Some correspondents estimate the loss of lambs at 3:J per cent, of the crop. Recent experience should impress upon farmers the economy of providing ample shelter for stockduringthe months of bad weather. The conditions of the various classes of live stock averages as follows: Horses, 94; cattle, 90: sheep, M, and hogs, 90. The condition March 1st. 1S9S, were 90, 95, S3 and 91 respectively. Those who have Rheumatism find themselves growing steadily worse all the while. One reason of this 13 that the remedies prescribed by the doctors contain mercury and potash, which ultimately intensify the disease by causing the joints to swell and stiffen, producing a severe aching of the bones. S. S. t. has been curing Rheumatism for twenty years even the worst casea which seemed almost incurable. Cant. O.E. Hughes. the popular conductor, of Columbia. S. O.. had an railroad experience with Kheumatiim which convinced hint tha t there is onlr ou? cure fur that painful disease. He says: "I was a great sufferer from muscular Rheumatism lor two years. I could vnt no permanent relief from any medicine prescribed by my physician. I took about a (iozi-- bot- IlMnfvnnr S C C t now I am as well as I y&?& ever was inmy life. I am Sjv'&jf 1 e, mid-wint- Reports were received this month THE EFFECTS OF THE FEBKUAUY COLD recommend it to any one suffering from any blood disease.' from 153 correspondents, representing WAVE. Everybody knows that Rheumatism The period from February Gth to 98 counties. 14th will be lonir rcmeniberpA :is:i son- - is a diseased state of the blood, and WHEAT. son of phenomenal low temperature. only a blood remedy is the only proper The condition of the wheat crop De- lcemarKaoie not only tor the low tem- treatment, but a remedy containing cember 1st, the date of the last report, perature recorded, but also for perti- potash and mercury only aggravates was 04, compared with average vears. nacity with which this temperature th9 trouble. maintained. novrm- :i norinfl nf As set out in that report there was a wassome ten days of the mercury rose lengthy interval between the early above the zero mark. Minima of luto sown and the late sown wheat due to 24 and even as low as ."!) flifnvs ttolmv an unusually wet October, wheat sow- zero were reported during this time. being Purely Vegetable, goes direct to in acmiuon ing being suspended for the greater of live stock to the loss and suitcrmg the very cause of the disease and a peralready noted the injury portion of the month. The early sown to the fruit crop is far reaching. J 'ca- manent cure always results. It is the blood remedy guaranteed to conwheat attainecj a growth that promis- ches will not only be a failure this only no potash, mercury tain or other ed to withstand any weather tcstto year, but the damage to trees is such minerals. that the crops for several years to which it niight be subjected. This come will be effected. The "same Books mailed free by Swift Specifia promise has been realized, arid at this true of.chernes and plums, with the Atlanta, Georgia. date early wheat is generally reported in excellent condition. Late sown wheat was barely above ground at the advent of winter, and the severe weather it has encountered, both in the early and latter parts of winter, has left it in a condition that may be aptly 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 uninjured, it will take some weeks of warm growing weather to develop the full " slag oat tiia cia Ring In the new extent of damage. As a rule there Eing cut tho falsa Ring in tha .true" was an ample covering of snow during We bring to you the new and true from tha the extreme cold weather of Februacinev forests of Nonvav ry, 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 rue-sir-Hon- ey suffered from any cause during the winter? If so, state cause," resulted in replies from 115 correspondents, of Nature's most natural remedy, improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltivo which number 07 state that wheat Cure for coughs, colds and ail inflamed surfaces suffered from "freeze," and 18 say it cf the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. has not been appreciably damaged duLungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-worring the winter. mucus is cut out ; the rated ; the Heavy rains, particularly in the wescause of that tickling is removed, and the inflamed tern section, is another source of no membranes are healed and soothed so that there inconsiderable damage. is no inclination to cough. The condition for the State as a COLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS whole, compared with average years, Bottles Only. 25c, 50c. and $1.00 Sizes is 80, which is a loss of 14 points since you be: I AM 88 YEARS and cercr used December 1st,' For the three prece any remeuy ejui toOLD.iteu'd Pine-llir. Honey. It clvre qnicfi nniVpprmaaent rfllef 0?. BsiPs i5?ar-HMt- y ding years the condition on March 1st in grip oa well nn coughs and colda. Itrnalcea was as follows: 1898, 92; 1897, 88, 1890, ones etroaj. Mrs. M. A. 21eteXfe. weak -f dan-Sftio- us L- Replies to the question "Have you hog cholera?" show a notable absence of this common disease, 113 correspondents answer in the negative and but 31 in the affirmative. cured xne.and would BR BELL'S n microbe-bearin- g svrz get 1 Peducas. Ky. The three sections separately show the following average condition as of this date: Western, 70: central. 85 A Physician? Dr. Otto's Spruce Gum Can Prescribe Florida0 Havana m-y- 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 per fect in detail. Fast schedules, 24 hours to Jackson ville, 54 hours Cincinnati to Havana. Balsam. Formula oa each package. - abso-lutl- CU3ES YOUR COUGH IN A DAYj j I j M oiSiiANTiAGO T W.C.Rtjtfse Cincinnati. I Price, 25 & 50c - UiH SaUii Tillett R .E. McRoberts.- t..'-- w hr tu rrt " Hi 1?.T ?1 U r-- i iiii i .r-- A - " v- - -- V Nr A I will close out AT MET WHOLES ALECOST iny 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 THEY MUST GO no matter how great the sacrifice. close out this stock. Now this is NO FAKE At the expiration of that time I will send what is left to an This sale will last ONLY SIXTY PAYS. auctionhouse in the city and have them sold at what ever they will bring. Come early while ycu have a urni - nics assortment to select from. This sale begins today. "IT IJr. Ctto's Spruce Gum Balsam will cure any cas! of consumption if talcen in time. Consumption starts with a slight ccujrh'or cold. This stock is all NEW, no old styles Lancaster, Ky. SUFFERING. Thousands of CONSUMPTION CURED. TRAGEDY AT A PARTY. you '.rill esc Dr. Otto's Spruce Guns Ualcara, you will care the coupb, lisal the lungs and throat and avoid the most dreaded of all di- -Tuis is "Erhcre consumption pets its start and if Sam Itohcrtson Shoots His Sweetheart lie KesKts Arrest ami Is Killed by tho Town .Marshal at La Grange. seases, consumption. Delay in attending to a slight cousrli may cost yon yourlife. Large sue Giiaxck, Ky., M archil 4. bunday La txHtlcs. Price 25c and 0c For calc by morning at a Xepro festival, Sam Ilob-ertfcII. E. MeP.obeits, shot and fatally wounded lii3 sweetheart, Miuni- - Marshall, with A TIMELY HINT. Von should be wise and see that yonr blood Is rich and pure and your whole system put in a perfectly healthy condition by the use of Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder. Then you will be free from malaria, typhoid fever, colds and the grip. Dr. Carlstedt's German Liver Powder is the best medicine money can buy. AN U.NCIIAKITAIILE THEOUY. For your Cold try Dr. Otto's Spruoe Gum Balsam. Price 25o and 50o a Bottle. For sale by A&ilional Local. O'.V R. E. McRoberts. AN UNUSUAL INDICTMENT. (o!. .lack Chhm ludlcted by tho Grand Jury at Lexington for I ommon Nulr saute A Noted Character. Lkxixgton, Ky., March 15. As the result of an assault made by Col. Jack Chinn upon Hon. C. J. Hronston in the lobby of the Phoenix hotel last Wednesday, the grand jury Tuesday returned an indictment against Chinn for a common nuisance, "by using insulting, abusive, indecent and riotous language for the purpose of provoking an assault." The indictment is very unusual. Chinn is known all over the country as a politician and raej horse starter. He is a fine pistol shot, and is considered a thoroughly fearless man. He went to Nevada this winter to assist in of Senator Stewart, the lie lead the famous Blackburn senatorial fight in lS'J'J. FULLY EXONERATED. IYr .Uuiilia. A note joined the regulars at Lexington, went from thare to San Frantiiseo and is now on the waters bound for Manila. Gaines was a member of the Lancaster company in the Second Kentucky. from .Joa Gainer says he Colorcd SEcrrsiils. The War Department has wired Lt Yr. T. .lohnston. recruiting ollicer at Lexington, Ky., to enlist colored ap- plicants for Cavalry and Infantry ser-- j vice, sending tho former to boitGrant. Arizona, and the latter to Fort Douglass, Sait Lake City. This isanex-cc!ir- .t opportunity for young colored men to get into the regular Army. t for white Infantry and Cavalry regi ments are also v.a nted. A pply to Lieut. "Y. T. Johnston. Main St. Lexington, Ky. Kxcliangrc. whom he had quarreled. lloberttcn in resisting arrest, fired several shots at the officers, and was hilled by Victor Lee, town marshal, only one shot taking ciFeet. Robertson was a desperate character, and was greatly feared by the community. 1 Ircil Kite Time. Hiciuiosn, Ky., March 12. Herman Dudley, late of the 4th Kentucky, created a scene here on Irvine street Fri- day by attacking Wright Hamilton, an employe of Hamilton's broom factory, shooting at him five times at c.oso uuaioy ranire, but .witnout eitect. eviped and is now being pursued by officers. Jolm Henry Franklin llaiifred. Glasgow, Ky., March 11. John Henry Franklin, a white man, aged 40 years, was hung in the jail yard hero Friday morning at 7:1S o'clock for tho assassination of his mother-in-laMrs. 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. Li:xixotox, Ky., March troubled at intermonthly vals with paius in the head, back, breasts, shoulders.sides women arc 8 in1 "What swindlers these beggars arel I just met a blind man, and he said: 'Prav give me some charity, beautiful lady"!"' con"O, he probably said that onlj-tvince you that he's really blind!" Blaetter. A Itcflcctlon. We labor for the things of earth. And set much value on them. 3 But they need not suffer. . These pains are symptoms of dangerous derangements that can be corrected. The menstrual function should operate painlessly. A New Discovery fc the Certam Cure of INTERNAL and EXTERNAL PILES, WITHOUT PAIN. CURES 4 Lus-tig- e Nor realize their wortlilessness Until we try to pawn them. Brooklyn Life. Bro's have established an exchange at the residence of Mrs. Cunningham's on Depot street, and will keep on hand flour, meal,shipstuff. etc: to exchange for w heat. They will erect a large huilbing within the next few weeks. rotts Her .Men ni uj; nnd Ills. Scribbles My new book will be out will lose no time in soon. I hope reading it. Miss Cutting Indeed I won't. I lost several hours reading your other one. Chicago Daily News. makes menstruation painless, and regular. It puts the delicate menstrual organs in condition to do their work properly. And that stops all this pain. Why will any voman suffer month after month when Wine of Cardui will relieve her? It costs $i.oo at the drug store. Why don't you get a bottle For advice, in cases requiring special directions, address, giving symptoms, "The Ladies' Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. ocOOSosk wm liHER ALL OTHERS HAVE FAILED. Tubes, sy kail, 75 ce:jts; bcttlcs, so csnts. S!0 USES F. BftLUSD. Ssfs FRriclsr. STORBIE DRUG &ICEE. HeS Main Suse. ST. LOUIS, KO. 111 VITALITY ruojuui' tor nervc'js snit an ySSe&tf organs".ot clac? sex, such Nervous i.vtwtioa. diseases ol LostnhoS? Falllncr AFTER USIK8. rsWdJ a.--, prostr-ri-oa 31 McRoberts' Drug Sfcore. Woodland distillery to satisfy a S17.000 judgment against Col. lt I.. Crigler, obtained by the SavKi.ktox. Kv.. March 15. Coroner J. ings. Loan and Huilding association, W. Stephens he'd an inquest over the of Louisville. It was knocked down to remains of Fayette Jones, killed Mon Ai.n) I'1 Itls"iie. Garland II. Kullock for 5:51,000, after a ; $ny n.rht by eity officers while resist- The Worm Tarn. Aiablgauua, A number of people hereabouts have with a representative "Jovf," cried Henpeek, "let me hide. g arrest. The veraict ot tne jury, She Do you remember that 30 years teen caused much annoyance by a lively contention whisky trust. "What's the matter now?" asked jned by five men, was "that Fayette ago you proposed to me and that I re- breaking oat on the neck and chin of of the . Mrs. II Jones came to his death from a pistol . fused you? J ney ncn i:icej.a nuj .uui inxostif-atr- ti ug:ysore-- . irimary to i:o "There's a policeman out there, and He Oh, yes; that's one of the most shot received white resisting arrest by fa.-tunous lkxlsotox, Ky., March 14. An anil briii' forth I am afraid he'll have me up for polygWe further exonerate treasurea recollections ol my youtui fry.: the sufferer. Doctors give it a ' vestigation of the recent democratio town office. all blame."" amy I seem to have married you and oilleers fiom DIGEST YOUR FOOD. all rest cf your primary election is to be made hy tho liSKi ; :i5xmt as King, as a clothesline, The examining trial of Charles and Ninety per cent, of all sickness is caused by your mother and Life. the bui, the one un.Icrgi.ing the torment gr.:nd jury next week, summons WMI f'.ii- - ;,nni;..nt.i1 food not beincr orooerlv digested, it creates pol- - family." Harlem l..4.. T..r.c '' sons and poes into yonr blood and then you are ; ing been issued for Mayor Simrull, City if h ukv. with Fayette Jones in Mondaj' night's liable to almost any disease the human system On flie Verjie of Success. Solicitor Kinkead and others, whoeom- - shooting, was held here Tuesday after- la neir. to. use ur. carisieai s uerman Stiver There's many a day of trouble and doubt Yon ;.fri:m- M:lis. pi;,in that they were defeated through noon before County Judge Duffy. They Powder and watch the results. dose. will feel For the man who is trying to ylse; Give it the good effects after taking- one There's many a baleful wind blows out be convinced. Price 25c Hold your orders for suits until you fraud. were released under a bond of 250 a trial and Spruce Gum Balsam Cures Of the clouds that obscure the skies. j Dr. Otto's The Court Not Liable, see Y'anama!:er & Brown's spring And many a heartache, many a tear each for their appearance at the cirYour Cough. Just the Medicine He forces aside with a laugh samples. They are beauties and more'. Siitixofir.i.r, Kj, March 14. The cuit couit. for Children. Until Hnally peoplo begin to appear ' 810,000 damage suit against County For sale by value is put in them, for the price, With requests for his autograph. LceroaiC in tho Sale of Whisky. Cleveland Leader. R. E. McRoberts, than ever before. It is the oldest and Judge Litsey and others was decided Lomsvu.LK, Ky., March 14.- - There largest house in the nation, and defies ' in favor of the defendants. This suit great decrease in the sales competition in quality and prices. Mr. ?rew out of the arrest and imprison-- - has bocn a mcnt of James Gray and James Bar- of whisky in the past two weeks. V Harris will'wait on you in my! nett for their failure to work tura- - Holders expect prices to advance still absence farther, and are keeping off for larger pikes. M. IX Hughes, Agent. proGts. An investigation has also re ( apt. Tli'oinas J. Iieuuctt Dead. I'aducah, Ky., March 14. Thomas vealed the fact that there are 50 dis TlieCoIdoht "Weather. J. Bennett, of Livington county, Ken- tilleries in Kentucky not in the comprints the following: The The most of these are small He was bine. of l.ich there appenrs to tucky, died here Saturday, 1 he first co!d however, and the combine is buying be any tutbeutic record occarcd ia the year the largest land owner in Livingston them up steadily. He was a captain in tha 4QC,, when the Kuxlne Kea was fioz.n over for count3'. twenty days, l'rom October, 7C3. to tiic follow- - Third Kentucky confederate volunJack Chinn Indicted. lug Febuuary the sjaa abont Constantinople teers. LonxfiTox, Ky., March 13. The regwere frozen a hundred miles from shore. A JIau Crushed IJy Logs! over England cold vnve ular grand jury here Saturday 'found PrnmnilU RpflPhQQ fhp Qpst In every test made S. S. S. easily EuziKETnTowx, Ky., March 15. Leo an indictment against Jack Chinn, on n midsummer day in W--'. Jn 10i! the NUM!jJ demonstrates its superiority over Thawits was .rozen ovir for fonrieeu week Cunningham, who resides in Grayson, charging him with breach of the peace. From November. ll.Tfi. till the fo loiviu? April, met a violent death Monday morning. of .all Blood Blsaasss and Indicted was not formally returned. England hud exceiitionally cold wtathtr. The In 1433 He was skidding logs, when two of It is believed it grew out of the trouble Cottegnt was tntirely fiozeu in lli-other treatment or remedies have failed, PMroc iho Unrct PqOQO UUiLb Hid esUSoi Udbdb. s g g always promptiy reaclies and with Uronston Wednesday, when Chinn the cold was o intcusu th.it the birds songht them got from under his control, roll0U the ed over the unfortunate man, and cursed the latter. The penalty for the shelter in the towt.sol Geimany. In cures any disease where the blood ia in any way involved. Bailie was frozen and jMSseugers crossed be- crushed his life out; offense is Hunted to a S100 fine or DO Everyone who has had experience with blood diseases knows that tween Denmark und Sweden. Iu l.V.H the in jail. days Uhiiie and the Scheldt and etn :U Vvhice were Rate on Franchises Fixed. there are no ailments or troubles so obstiuate or difficult to ou.ro. Kngluntl tlii for- ttt , March 15. The city froztn. IUrds vcrls in d blood dis Paducau, Very few remedies claim to euro such real, Gov. Ilradlcy's Health. trees were split and the Thames was cmcred council Monday night, after a lively eases as S. b. b. cures, and none can FnANKForrr, Ky;, March 15. Gov. the with eleven inches of ice In !Oil. In offer such incontrovertible evideuceof cold drove the wolves into Vienna, where the discussion, fixed the assessment on Hradley's friends arc deeply concerned atta- Vtd people in the streets. The wint-- r ol franchises at the rate of 50 cents on in regard to his visit to Mt. Glemens, mrit. a. S. S, is not merely a tonic 17SSS9 was a bard one thronghoat Europe. the S100. This basis was a compro- Mich. The governor, among other ailitisacure! It goes down to the very The winters of 1S10 uud 1812 was tendered mise. seat of all blood diseases, and gets at ments, is suffering from gout, but, especially notable by the awful Russian ci in tho foundation of tho very worst cases, while his condition is not regarded as Died of Spinal Meningitis. p.IgnofXupoleon. OuJanuaiyS, 18t9.thecold , and routs ihe poison from the system. that was so intense iu parts of March 14. Louis serious, it is feared that he may not rePaoucaii, frozs and prfsous exposed to the atn;os Connor, aged oOycars, died near It does not, like other remedies, dry Smith's cuperate suflicientty to take part in the 8l phere lost their breath. In 1035 the .cold was Landing, Ky., of spinal meningitis state campaign, as he intended to do if up the poison and hide it from view seveie in the I'ulted State, the mercury temporarily, only to break forth again Korihe u Indiana in January. Tht Sunday. This makes about CO deaths his health will permit. more violently than ever; S. S. S. cold was a'.ro notable Iu January and February in this section in the past two months Winchester Got It. 1S00: Ueceiabcra, 1S00: January 5, 1801 Deccin forces out every trace of taint, and from the same disease. Lexington, Ky., March 10. The 18S1. ber, lt.71 aud Jataary. 'rids the system of it forever. for the Second railroad district JUapt. J . H. McBrayer, of Lawrence met here Wednesday afternoon and burg, Ky., writes: "Some years ago; issued a call for a convention at WinI was shot in the left leg, receiving; chester, April 20, to nominate a demo what I considered only a cratic candidate for railroad commis wound. It developed into a ft) sioner. County conventions to select sore, and gave me a great deal of delegates will be held April 15. j cus;;-,vords 1 , ; j hav-cal- !s 1 ! ; ' E Courier-Journ-- Tlio Coroner's Jury Holds Blameless tho 15. The Oillocrrt Who Shot and Killed layette Monday was sold Jones at Kfkton. Happy Mnu. can't make me believe he is married to one of these intellectual women. His clothes are too neat." "On that very account, my boy. She lets him take them to the tailor for all repairs." Indianapolis Journal. "You Mrs. ROZENA LEWIS. of Oensville, Texas, says: " I was troubled at 1r.antl-.l- Intervals with terrible pains In my head and back, bul have been entirely relieved by Wino ct Cardui." Zall and see tliis Celebrated Wagon at It folly Warranted and Excels all others. All Bands Farm Machinery Always onHand : 2i27 deep-seate- ""5T: J". IB. JED PAINT LICK. HAND MADE BOOGIES Ii SS v B1SGXI ' K3-.- Bufober Tires Repairing of All Kinds. Nor-a- cjulck-silv- K3-.- Pi Be on the Safe Side and com-mltt- cj I alight':' ninningMWriCf by!t(tfM FOLEY'S HONEY IS THE CHEAT as TAR llerry for Governor. Ky., March 14. Congressman Al. Berry, of Newport, was in Louisville Monday, and there is an interesting rumor afloat to the effect that he may enter the democratic gubernatorial rae. Louisville, THROAT and LUNC REMEDY. aud inconvenience. Iwas treated many doctors, and took a number blood remedies, but noneBeemed to check the progress of the sore, Office, National Bank had heard Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) highly recommended for tho blood, and concluded to give it a trial, and the result was highly gratifying. S. S. S. seemed to get right at the trouble, forced the poison out of my blcod ; soon afterwards the MOTT'S sore healed up and was cured sound and well," Swift's Specific nmmm S-- ftv Mm JBSM Mm Insure your Tobacco. R. KINNIARD RSI 1 Cures yonr Conga la a day. Very pleasant to take. Children cry for It. Large suo bottles, Price 25c and 50c A physician can prescrib Dr. Otto's Sprucfl Gum Balsam. The Formula is on thepacKape, Dr. Otto's Sprue Gum Balsam. S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD is tho only blood remedy that ia guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no mercury, potash, arseuic, or any other mineral or chemical. It never fails to cure Cancer, JSezomn, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, Tetter, Boils, CarbuncleB, Sores, etc., A, Valuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Qa. f Pf"SS&lf?iVH3 For m Carlstedt's Garma Beautiful Cemalaxian Livsr For sale fey " Pswisf t . (In Dr. of menstruation." They are "LIFE SAVERS" to girls at womanhood, aiding development of organs and body. No known renledy for women eciuals them. Cannot do harm life .OO PHii BOX BY MAIL. Sold becomes a pleasure. Dy tlTUS&iStS. Uli. 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